Newspaper Page Text
THE SUN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1916.
2 -m.; 31 DISCIPLE, FORD IS TOLD :rPzXTAVENNER NOT A PEACE i.nhlLI.esI ,i letter sent bv T. A. tltllcspl- - ' ' ki Ids lumber lii Pittsburg In which he referred lo Lemuel lily ulgg hs "llm nearest in.iti to (inv. Wliltnmn." The Pittsburg (Hllcsple had asked his brother for ntlvleu on how to Induce (Jnv. Whit man to speak nt a batnpiet In Pittsburg-. Publication of thu letter caused a scandal In the committee. Mr. Colby demanded to know how reporters got the letter; Miles Dawson denied making It public, and en illil Perley Morse, the ioniiitltttc'n accountant. I lulnlhtii of Promise. I Navy League Warns Auto Maker That Man Would Quote in Campaign Has Declared for Preparedness. He DELAY ON DEFENCE BILLS FRETS WILSON House Committees "Daw dling," Measures May Not Be Reported Until April. I At a committee hearing on February 10 .Mr. Colby said thu hooka of tho T. A. illllcsplc- Company huil been turneel over to hlin anil .Mr. D.niKon on the promise, that matter!! in t-Iev.mt to tho Inquiry disclosed In them ithoulil not be madcj public, Senator Thompson then said: 'Tin- chairman I to blame for this inittir ami I ilecllno to put the blame on any one The next il.iy. when Ct.iv.itli & Ucnder. son, attorney, for Mr. tllllcsple. wrote that thev would refuse to permit the committee's iccouiitiint to sco the books because of the publication of the letter. .Mr, Colli v miiI ho wouldn't allow them to "overplay" tho Incident, that the whole thing hail been settled and that f Kilt man Thompson hail done a manly thing In nt-sumlng the blame. Thcte mil not another leak In the loinmittee'H proceedings, until Hnturday when evening newspapers published that 'I' A. iSlllcspIo had transferred $300,000 from hero to the "Mellons of Pittsburg, apparently referring to Andrew W. Mel lon, piesident of the Mellon National Hank, and his brother. Itobert H. Mel lon, vico-prcsldeiit of the same Instltu- firm This Information. If true, could only he obtained from an examination of tho honks of Mr. (II esn c. and .Mr. uoioy ii wiiM learned, feels that the disclosure of this savors of methods with which ho .mi no lnncrcr In! associated. He feels Hint hw nrofesslonal honor and ethics are Involved, and that the promises he cMiricil nfter the publication of the 'tjuigg" letter have been broken. Tho nip uti Told Iteporters. I'haiimau 'riiompson said the first he knew of the transfer of the IU.00U came from newspaper men. who told him Satuniav morning they had learned o. it. He did not know whether It was true or not, ho said, as nil his time had been taken up with the public hearings ami a sub-committee had tnn conduct- Ins thu examination or .Mr. lllltespie books. Air. Colby's final reason for resigning. It was learned, was because of Inter ferences to which his examination of witnesses has been subjected by mem bers of the committee. In this connection, while he was ex amining Duncan Maelnnes. chief ae- lountant of the Department of Finance. Assemblyman Ilurr Interjected several iii'stlons. which led .Mr. Colby to pro test to Senator Thompson and to others In the room. At that time Mr. Colby said It was ns If he had made a fine painting and Assemblyman Hurr had mine along and smeaied It. The pschology of cross-examination Is u iltllcati) thing to Mr. Colby, he let It be known, ntid his work was seriously Interfered with because he had to keep one eve on Senator Thompson and the other c)e on the witness Se nator Thompson said thot for the remaining days of his Investigation the committee will have to do the best It can. "We niusii t lose sisht of the object of this Investigation, which It definitely mid completely to pursue to the end the subject under consideration." he said. "We must do this tegardies of col latr-.il details or personalities, The nves'lgntion win continue: we have very nolo counsel who havo bean connected with the committee since the beginning. We will meet us usual nt 11 o'clock to-motrow and Mr. Shonts v.l tukn the stand. " He said later he was not then posi tive that the cross-examination of Mr. Fronts would continue at that time. Impulsive, lie Admltl. Wabiii.soton, Feb. JO, A. 1" Dad- mun, secretary of the Navy League, has aant a letter to Henry Ford In which he says: The attention of the Navy League 1km been directed to n statement to the effect that you have made provision for the distribution of 2,000,000 copies of the speeches of representative Clvde Tovenner of Illinois as pnrt of a coun trywide campaign against preparedness, I wrlto to request that, If this be true, you Includo In such distribution, In fairness to the Navy League, the fol lowing statement Issued by Hepreeeiita live Tnvenner under date of December , 1915: I have fought the Navy League be cause of Its opposition to the proposal that the Government shall make Its own supplies or war. If tne nhv Longue will recant on this proposition I will withdraw my demand for an Inquiry Into Its affairs and assist In framing a bill for adequate defences. For your Information the Navy League doe not oppose the Government mahiifitctuie, of wiir munitions, it stands for Ihe mode of manufucluie shown to be most efficient In time of peace mid beet uble to supply the de mands that would come should war occur. "I would also ndvlse you that on the very day of the issuance of the nbove statement by Mr. Tuvennur he Intro duced In Congress nt Its opening session two bills, one culling for the expendl. turn of l.U0rt,0O for the extension of the facilities of the Hock Island Ar- dial, situated in his district, and one for the approptlatlon of $6,000,000 for an armor plate plant, a!so piesumftbly at Hock Island, "In view of these fails 1 would re speclfttlly suggest that If you are plan ning a sincere campaign of antl-pre-parcdness Clyde II. Tavcimer Is not a man who should figure In It In nny way. lly his own bills and his own statements he 1 shown to be for preparedness. By the same unanswerable evidence he Is shown up as a man seeking to use preparedness to secure pork for his own district. He offers to Join with the Navy la-ague If It will adopt n pro gramme which will help him gel that porK." MILITIA PLAN SCOHKi) SUPREME COURT ENDS PERU TOO POOR TO PAY RECESS; DAY STILL ILL ENVOY AT WASHINGTON INCOME AND MUNITION TAXES FAVORED IN HOUSE Continued from first I'agc. come tax and opposed also to an in heritance tux. Other means of taxation should be elcvlsr.l." Mr. FAlHCIlll.t) of Onconta, Itepub llcnn : "I favor changes In the Income tnx atul also u fair, adequate protective tariff." Mr. HAMILTON of Hlpley, Hcpubll- can i "I am against Increases In the Income tax : the money for defence should he raised by other means of taxation, pref erably a high tai Iff.'' Big Canes Are Ahead With Reduced Bench to Dis pose of Them. will WaSIIINOTO!, Feb. :0 The Supteiie Court will resume sitting to-morrow after a receas of nearly a month. Sev eral Important opinions nre expected. Only seven members of the court will be present, for Justice Day. who has been III since the beginning of the year, jiot be able to tesumc his work. lie is at his home at Canton. Ohio, and will ri.ti.iln there some tlire. It I -alrt to is- doubtful whether he will be able to resume work this term. Thr ! no nrosiiect of un early con flrmatlon of the nomination .of Louis D. iron.1i. tchns case Is still being in ,.tlii..l hv ii sub-committee of the aonuti. Committee on Judiciary The n-..rt nf Mia absence of Justice Day and .1,. failure, lo rnnflrm Mr. Ilrandels Is likely to be felt on the big trust eases, the International Harvester and Steel. With a vscancy on tho bem h atul J-i- i.. nv absent the court will havi only six Justices qualified to sit In the Harvester case, for Justice MrIle)nold represented the Government In the argu ments In the case In the Federal court i,.i- n,l i.e. cannot S t. He would probablv feel disqualified to sit in the t.l trust cake, for he was Attorney- rinrlrur nnrt of the eaily llllga tlon and directed some of th of Government counsel MiniMi'i- Notified to Quit A II Oilier Peruvian Diplo mats Dropped. movements Itegarding the questions he has asked witnesses, lie said this: "It Is true I am Impulsive, but my Mile object was to net at lh truth. Whv. practically every attorney who conducts n rise expects to have tho .outt occasionally take the examination out of his hands and ask a few quvs tnn. Iually the lawyer thu" Lite fereil with gets mad, but what can he do" The court wants the truth, nrd often a change of attack will have n:oie results man a carefully planned cam nalEi!." tie said he had no intimation that Mr Colby would nstgn until the resig nation was received Mr, I olby ,'lm aelf said that on Friday night ne had no idea of resigning "tin Saturday afternoon, after ths heating. 1 had an appointment wltn Mr. Colby for :i o"clock," aid Senator Thompson "He did not appear. I waited until 3 .30, and the next I heard front Mr Colby wan when 1 received his resignation." -Senator Thompson tald h" did not believe he roiibl get the services nf Dep uty Attorney-General Merlon K. Lewis. Mr. Lewis was counsel to tho committee during Its Investigation of the I'ubllc Seivicn Commission which resulted In the ousting of Chairman McCall. Mr. Lewis, who wis hut to the committee by tho Atlornev -Gi'ii.-ral. wai recalled to his veglll.ir mines m-c.tuso m i'n-5-suro of vvoik. Senator Law son of Ilrooklyn, a mem ber of tho iiiminlttie and of , the sub commlltio examining the Gillespie books, .nil Ihe nib.iomlillttee will not suffer thioiiRh the defection of Mr. Dawson. Wo vvdl go right nhoad mid dig out what we can,' In: said. 'Do you li.lnve Mr Colby's resigna tion will hurl th.- future activities: of the nminiitl'c"" he was asked, "Well. m.ibe ' all for the best," he a.d chci rfuliy. Gov. Whitman, who Is In town, was touch inteicsUil when he learned tlut Mr Colby had resigned, but he declined in make imv comment. 0'CONNEIL SPURS STRIKERS. Industrial Commissioner Htrnntter Labor Flulit. Industrial Justice In the form of an eight hour working day. n minimum .. .,... nrl Ihe rlehl lo orKllUlze nii mr ,..lcvml In- .lames O'Cnnnell. a sal member of the Commission on Industrial Helntlons and president oi uic inei.u trades department of tne Aiuenc in ViuUrntlun of lthor. II III! nnillcSS ne;ir.I t.uit nleht hv several liundieil uriKers wh., int In Ihe VVashinston irviiiK nign School. SerenteenlU stieet ami irving H,ar'- . .. . . 'Shorter worxing nours. p.im O'Connell. "would give .he laborer more time to think and would show lilni tho folly of frequenting tne grog imi. . . ..r.pumi- mm I if mu wiiimi iii.ii.j the workers more human and dicent mi' ...-I- il..,r ilm. Irn.lre In nilVance v'Miiiiiu.ii-. .in- labor's fight by organlzmc ; tne nay oi Uidlviduallsm in industry nas iaeen, The speaker was Introduced by Carl Heck. After his address Emanuel IteicherV Gurden Theatre cnmii.iuy pre. sented Ihe llrst art of "The Weavers," derhurdt HKUptmann's labor pla W vstl INIITON, Keh. ID Haul piessed for revenues becau'e of the Kuroiean vvnr the Government of Peru has served notice on I'edeilco Alono l'ezet. It Min ister to the Cnited States, that II can no longer afford to pay his salar.v The .Minister hav been Instructed to turn over the legation after March 1 lo I'.ie Charge d'Affalres Meantime, having dei Ided to remain In this coun trj, he is looking arrangements to be associated with some American business lioti'e with trade connections In South Auiei lea. More than a e.u ago the l'eruviun C.uverr.iiiC"t. in order lo economize, cut the s.il.ir.es of oil official, from the President down, about .".O per vent At lb.- same tune It withdrew sevsml of Its ilip'.oniatic representatives from for tlEii couiif. ies Since then It has with draw n more, until up tt month ngo theie were only two In service, the Mill istet to Hiar.ll ami ihe Minister to the l'mteil States. The former soon re ceived notice that his service would no longer be required. Owing to the fact that the war made I'eru practically de peiiden: on the Cnited States for tlnan clal assistance efforts were made to keen Mr l'ezet 111 Washington, but as leveinie. cuntliiued to shrink he was also untitled to quit. Minister l'ezet has been In the diplo matic M'rvlce of his Government for thirty ears. hoving started as Consul Gerie'iui and Charge d'AfTalres In Colom bia, lief on becoming Minister lo the Cnited States be was Peruvian Consul General nt New Yoik. Washington. Feb. :n. oillclats of the Wilson Administration are again showing concern over the delay of the House committees In nctlng on the de fence bills. Indications are that the army features of the programme will not be reported to tho House until some time In April unless the Military Com mittee speeds up more than In the past ten days As to the naval portions of Ihe pro gramme It srems lo be agreed by all the leaders that the House Naval Com mittee will not be ready to report until the latter part of April. President Wil son and his advisers nie anxious that the defeiue hills proper and the com pleinentarv levenne legislation shall be put through by the time the Democratic iintlonul convention meets In St. 1ouls on June 14. That this end will be attained Is doubted by leaders familiar with condi tions In the Naval and Military committees, It was the geneial expectation tnnt with the abandonment by the Adminis tration of the continental army plan the House Military Committee would i lie able to reach an early agree ment on the defence hill entrusted to Its cure. Hut things are not progressing as satisfactorily In the Military Com mittee as the Administration had hoped. The evident detei mlriiitlnii of the com mittee, backed by the Administration, to throw the continental army Into the discard and build up the national militia has caused so much harsh criticism that loi.initrnri- butt has been brought In Ihe work of the committee. Although i public hearings on the auny bill were i closed ten days ago It Is utidersioon j there has been Utile progress on the measure since. Meanwhile the "little nav' rr.emuer of the Nnvnl Committee nre holding up things In that organization. For a time, following the hubbub raised by the res. Ignatton of Secretary nf War G.itrlson, a dlsiKisltlon wat shown b this com mittee as well as t le Mi.ltan Com mittee to get down to biilnes. Ill the past week the -'dawdling' has been le sinned, The little i. ivy members, vvlilih ov eis all opposed lo national defeiue. seemed to be Imprest-! with the thought th.1t the longer things are del.iveil tne belter chance theie w.'t b f..-. them In cut down the preparedness bills. They have lost hope of defeating the pro gramme aitogethei and are now bent on reducing oppiopri.nsons to m io.-. possible tigute. They have some hope of shaving the bin. ding programm ub milted by the Secretary "f the Navy and believe a'.so that the amount al lowed for the a I my. which was fixed by the Secretary of War at 1 v.-,noi..o0'., will f.ili for short of thai llguie. The estimate of 1 -42.0flU.O0il i .;T.00".(mio ill excess of the appropriation al!owd the Wai De-lMittnelil W the i iinent ea r ptesetil Income tax for the purpose of raising revenue to defray the cost o military and naval preparedness, but I do favor some menns of raising revenue hv placing the but den upon those Inter ests reaping the benefits from the pies ent deplorable conditions existing In Kurope. "To that end I would suggest nn e port tax on crude oil, gasolene, petrn leuni, steel, wool, cotton, small grain, fresh arid preserved moats and In fuit nil iirllcl.. lit r.mii for 11111111111 COIISUIlip- Hon and for the maintenance of draught ' animals used In warrare. "Such a measure may appear radical, i.,, ii u, .ni.t I i.Mlfvc tend to reduce the present high cot of living, thereby affording some relief to tho peace loving and God fearing peuple In our own coun-j try who have not abandoned the Held of ptoductlnri to engage In destructive war- j fare. "Commercial lealolisles, insplled by, the iitmlglilv dollar, are responsible for i Hurnpc'M chaotic conditions of to-day.) and nny burdeiiH which must be placed , upon the American people on aciount of, preparedness - military naval should fall upon those Governments Imv- lug It within their power to put an end' to the great Ilurnp.aii coiinici Against 'lining People. Mr MAi 1 Ci: of Syracuse. Hepubllc.tn "I do not favor the attempt to devise every possible ways and means to tax the people directly. The necessary moneys ought lo be largely raised In some other way and relieve tho people from the Increased burdens of direct taxation." Mr. DUNN of Hochester, Hepubllran "Would rather wait to see what we will have to pay for before attempting to suggest bow to pay for it. Mr. PLATT of Poughkcepile, Hcpub llcati "The plans for national defence arei .. . ,kM..,i would not ad largely plans for the futuie and at least v,,,.. nm..,.t mlr export trade because' halt of the money should Iti my Judgment America u the great supply field and i be raised by a bond Issue. The re- nlmarv storehouse upon which all Hu rnalnder should be raled In the ordinary m,,t r(,lv ' way by the ordinary methods of taxation. I ..This means of raising revenue would Including nn Income tax." ,, , t,p nir0ailv perplexing burdens Mr. HOWi: of New York city, Hepub- ()f .,.,.,,, nntlo'ns and would aid In kali the rcestnbllshrnent of nn abiding peace J "Th., iteceus.iri- funds for defence M .rA...lu l,r,itl.r MCros . 'should be raised 'by letalnlug the duty ,,0 ,,,,, on sugar as proposed and applying other .... ' , protective rntes on Imports Instead of by ' Would Th liln Income.. Increasing the rates of the Income tax. j)r .n;GI'L of New York city, rte-; and enacting nn Inheritance tax law. A ,,uidiejin . Federal Inheritance tax law would be ..jjy j, t,n. ., moneys required, dllllcull. In my Judgment, for th reasons fn Mr..dne should be obtained by inai mosi oi me Mines nave ouch mi. However, I am so arxlou to have our country pmpeiiy piotccted that I might votn for It " Mr. SMITH of Hiiffalo. Dtniocrat "Chleily by the Income tax. The cus toms taxes ought to be raised to get tin- largest revenue possible In that direction. Cream of Tartar is derived from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin, a natural food, as distinguished from mineral substitutes such as Alum and Phosphate used in cheaper baking powders. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure No Alum No Phosphate Miecl.il so-called 'war should be eliminated " Increasing the Income tax of all persons who earn above J 1 n.rnvn, and by moneys to be collertnl from n national Inher t .lame tax from all est;,te above Jinn.onfi." i Mr MAIIIIlt of Ilrooklyn. Deniocr.it 1 "I am In favor of going even fuither than Is In Heated by the present plan NO NAVY MILKSHIP : GERMANY TO IMPORT FOR GERMAN BABIES ONLY NECESSITIES stamp taxes' i f(.r gaining the moneys fur national pre-: '. i,..liin,M 'I'lii. enrfor..tlotlM and the 1 Meyer London's Vlrvvs, LONDON of N'ew York c,t. FOR STUDFST AIIMIKS. Uo. Ferris MlelitU"" ' '1'hst Defence VI el bod. ivv Ap.hor. Mich.. Feb. '-0 PRISONER FLEES TO GET DRINK Staggers flack lit l-ollce xinllon Aflrr Quenching Thirst. A prisoner In the Hergen street police station, Hrookl.wi, wimled a drink of liquor yesterday. So lie walked out and got It and then went back. His name was Carl I'telberg, ".'i, n machlnint. who gave Ills rnbliess as n:i Third street, lie was arrested yesterday morning on a charge of Intoxication ami locked up In a ell. At f, I-. M the door, man In the station house found Freiberg s cell open and Freiberg gone t Hi5 P. M. Patrolman Kdw.ml .1. Di-lanv siw Freiberg staggering along Flatliiih nve line lit Sixth avenue, a block lioin tin station liouse, and aektil him wll.ie he was going. He said he w,ih going lin-k to the pollie station, as he had been n prisoner there and his -ense of duty coin, pellcd him to return. . AERO CLUB IN DEFENCE RALLY. MAY GET DANISH ISLANDS. if West liullnn Possessions to I . . V Kl n Discussed. Cni-KN'li vnr.s. Feb 2a, The old ques t on of Hie sale of tile Danish West Indies t i the fnltcl States Is again being imitated as a result of the recent slilke ,.f n.Ktoe.s in t lie Islands. A pamphlet by M Hageman. the wealthiest tdanter In the Islands, has Jut been published beiu giving Ills own position and that of other wealthy plant rs as f.noting tin- sale. He is pes. simlstic nboiit the future of the Islands rule, t-avs that sanitary had and that the popil l.itloti is decteasing at an alarming rate. Infant mortality having reached C3'j ptr tent. Tin- sugar crop N excellent and us a r. ult the economic condition is faiity gi od It is believed at Copenhagen that In- Danish Pari. nun nt will vote for the sale of Pie Islands If the question s hi ought before It, but that Denmark will ask for more than the $4,000,000 whn h Ihe Cnited Slates offered prevl-outd.v Cov. Ferris In an Interview at the University of Michigan to-night Indorsed the tecent action of the tinlvetelty board of regents In adopting military training. "If we mut have training for war at all," said the Governor, "by nil means let US liuve It III our colleges and Uni versities, where It can be mixed with Intelligence. 1 am opposed, however. In making such a course compulsorv "It Is my Judgment that the rnure will prove so popular that the small minority who do not dclte .o take the work will literally be forced Into It by campus sentiment and pnssure of num bers " ANOTHER WEST POINT WANTED. .Mr clabst "I would not i.e caught In tne trap of supporting tin- iradvlsable campaign for inordinate Increases m the army and navy by tbe offer or adopting more I'eni'cratic metliods of taxation. If the quuM'.oii of taxation is put on a sepa rate bals 1 would favor taxes on In come. Inheritances ami Idle lands held fur spccul itlve purposes. ' Mr nlLllSHY of Yonkeis. Demo, rat "Some Increase m the Inc nn tax, a tax on munitions and an additional tax on wh.skey. in. teasing 1" cents .i vear for tlve e.ir. should pay for tin- pro gramme " Mr. III LIIKItT of New York o.t. Deinoenr "Ai ih.onie -ax riTe.ie and a tax mi mm. .lion- Mr ItliHtPAN of Nw YoiK i ity DniiMr.it '-."-trength.-n the .nenme :a ai d de v'e othr uic.ir of taxatbn w.tb a view to seeing tli.il tin- burden lc inoperly ap portioned among all Ihe State. " Mr. CALDWLLI. of N w Yorh city, Democrat "This nn nev -lioiibl b- i ed in comes, mherit.i'ies .mil tin s,e, in. tere.ts which pr dlt tnot b.v piepared ins and war I expect that the next e.rs w :ll see a prosperity never m.ore equalled and tin- .iiivine tax letains will list men wlio nev. r b.-for- wele on 'lie tix hook For that re i"'i I b. hove mat the return ftom ln oine taxes will l,e greater than any o-e expects. Th.s prosperity wh acceieraien nj- nur - nr.I. rs. Then. ..No wilt be biKUer clivl "r dend distribution within the next six m nth than ever before" Mr. I'AP.LI'V c-f New Ymk 'it. D.'inoi i it "I beb ve that both income tax ch nines and other vji.eties of taxes should In- lled to p.l the tintlciii.il de. feme bill Mr FIT.iii:i!ALD f New York c ty. IVemiK-r.lI ..in 'How il I iii"w tiuiv t c 'lillld raise I-i- 'i "lie ' I h.tve 'r.iiMe c ' otigh lc i'i tie -pending of i lov er'iment rnilroids shoiihl be taxed, if necessary, and the sugar magnates I favor a standing mm -f IIVi.OOO and a very adequate fortification of the r.nckaways." Mr. SWIFT of Itiookl.vn. Ileiubllran "The money for national defence could j It, t.iri.n Iti, r! 1- j-nve.l hv retrenchment ' Inn the nart of the ntesent Federal ilov-1 Daniels llefiiM's lo Send Wiir ytU, Ve.-xel Aeries Without ()l tlt'l1 of Coliyro. Also to lie T.ilvi'ii to Stiiniilnle Kporl of (ionils Not Xeeileil. 1)1 K NKKI) IS ASSKKTKH I'l.AN T( All KXrilA.MiE , I eminent We want economic prepared lies. -nl n- t any oiner "It Is a bit early to av wlint sources should be tapped by taxation for the, adequate defence of the country or that any should be levied upon Perhaps' tion.noo.iinri iniild h saved If tin- Ad ministration would let up on Its present pohi .v of wastefulness if the -lovertimen I economically administered thcte will be no need for iiddltloii.il taxation to meet the cnete nf . n.ition.il defence The dK-otitlnuance of ltrs army pot alone woi-ld mean a , big saving In addition eliminate tie! . lollket-s- q.isrteis a holdovet from the Indian wars an I tl.e navy vatds tint have outcrown their ue'u!nea ami the i countrv i-nild nve iioo iiiiK.ono a veir" ; Mr. c'AltHW of New York cliv, Demo- ; cr'' . . ! "I dm.) w.i't to say anvtl'ltig about I 't now I know I: has to roms ftom, somewhere and come qui k ' , tun I list Income Tin. 'It of New York cit Mi lilA.N'P I'.. Iilllilir.il "I lllll 4 ot .n o llelhod of t.lXHt.on ,e.s .em ai:iiost ituri.ising and 1 !1 onlv be it. tax that will afTei t large. .New iork now if .hi) i.iitiilar ,ei However. 1 tl . in.mi'c tax favor of a war the cniiu.i.v at p.c) s 20 jier cen-. tile FeiMI.'il leveniiu taxes. I mean to fluht nrv effort to make .New pav more than its suaie nf 111 spent b.v ihe o called flOO.Oftll to be pork bids New Yoik had to give 110 000. Olio. Inn .i.l 1 JOn.ftiift was for Invrov mg the b.irbor of New York. The mo-ie for rational letein will nm hj raised in Ibis whv If mv vol in stop it " Mr ANKl'P.D of Allian.v. P.epnbli. The lequcst of Dr. Cdmiitid von Marh, executive chairman of the Citl.-iis Com mltee for Food Shipments, with head quarters n the Woolworth Hullditig that a I "lilted Stater waHihip be sent to Km ope with a supply of milk foi the babies of Ccrmany and Austria, has beep denied b.v Secretaiy of h Navy Daniel The Se -retnry sa.d he loiihl se-id hi naval vessel into the war gone without authorisation bv Con viress Tile . olll'oiltee lis ipeile public .ill nlials'. of the probable milk situa tion in lie I man), pu-paied by C W. I.aisim, iroresot of liusb.iiidt of the Penti)lvaii,.i Stale College, showing that theie l an actual shortage of clO'.c.nt J.itcio ou.itts of milk per )car ,n i.erinan.v. The .itnoiint ui'edcd for T.tol.Mfoi i lii iii.in liiibiec. Prof Laiso'i says, i '.'.:r.,71'2.:'oi' qll.llts per e,i. wheie.is the total available milk in the empire Is 2,."IC',L'oii.o0u quarts per cir Tne il.ill) lonsinnptlon of milk In New oiU i ity l moie than J.iino.iitio quait Pi. if. Latum sa d that a.'eord.ng the l.ii census tbt-ie weie in (leima-v -. i; ii.iiiid iiuldien unili'i : .vials, nf Whom . 1 ii-..; sti wele uii-Im- t'ie age of I He until. lied h.e total of i.r'.'.V.T'.li.JO.. qu.itts, rcquiied e.uli vear for iJerman babies, bv tlguilng mi a bi-!s of one ou.irt pei- d . ner ch.bl. although he York i Md it w.is desirable often to feed more $."0.. ehitn mi. ,111.111 nee .bu rn. ur P.l.lii.ix. via London. Pb .'" -Th Prus-laii M'nlsler of Cuhiik Hiilihold S.vdovv, made 'In f"ikav t stale'ineni ill the Piussi.ui Int da) . "in a -Inn t time the Imp- ' 1 mint will issue a c lo- ice ngi dm fnreWn trade, liml.lng lll.p-Ml- I peiisable arlal. and almnu late export Of good vv e- .1., md i The etatemin: wn mad- in t'i. of a discussion of lieiinan -In leBlllate the I Ites of f'Hi'l.' .h.nme The Mllilstcl exptessed lief that the meisities alreadv wire lii.uleqii tit- aid that " of Hie e-v il" la ,o lb mi"" I r t problem II" t i iovet inn. til investl whether expoit eiifon ed are t. potasii. he tl nln i- ntt Secre.v niea-uie.. ,nli.p-eil .1 ! l- resbaihiw'! c ation to 'le'- i ' ' ' inoniliilions " rn eonl inn- lApm; o' Intlm.iti'd. will ii.e v. pir elltllill. veil the Oiiv .iimieni i.u nli h li.ive been sllh'int'i I to money .i 'd raising of i Mr liP.lFI "I do n it " s he I. -p., ...111 ) -s so'el up t'i '..a- iiiajntilv part) i Congre .1 W 'lild be futile for n minority memhei to be tio r ai'o it the tl.iuia :g -nir npinioi" We must look In t'ie Wi.vs ,it ,1 Me.un. roimnittee of he II .. tn solve ib s important prob lem ' ilerinany anil Austi la-Hungarv are not dalr.v countries ,n times of pence," said liof. I.aison; 'they do not pro dine enough of the d.iir piodu.ts for th-'lr ow n needs " In a letl.-i to Dr .i . M.n II Pi'.-f Larson said "I'nleie tnllli Is supplied lo other count! le tnrre will be suffer. Irig and many death nmonc the I'hll dr u and invalids of Merman and A'l tr a.Huuuai) ' tie Hundesi.itli It i- . ' I Hie l-dl are . p."t.sl ti v'i '.I ;,iin. lulu Him iili'I-'S , c 1 nun fiem i o' i.ew lev. Illlc. I' ' e pe- ted lllll the details will be tl. fl' ptllil'e lierore the l ec olivc-lllli. of I.." Iteh hslna cji Match I". A tax on extra war time ptollt- in jecting 10 pel lent of the In--cue earning of cm pnration ntid 'I'" future taxation. Is believed to he chief fcituie of the new pr-ip-fil The 7 !; Iilmi leal lis that t e w.ir loan, cxpeited to be limp'-- I i the end ..f Manil. will ilniud. ..' of 4 I . p.-r .1 111 tle.lMII'i i ot able nt pal The Issue pr i- i- - vi" lo be n htllu above '.-" to the I. 'H LINER CHICAGO IS CHASED IN f Hmh.k'vi' D in cr.it favor anv change .i the PASSOVER" SHIP SAILS TO-DAY. i i. i. n r iv..i.. lisi'llpe Plirsl.ee 'i ll in The . ,l X.-vc V urU The Dan.sli W.st Indies comprise the .slaiuls of St Thomat, St. Croix and I St .loliii, to the east of Porto P.lco. I Coiiaresanino I.elilliHi-h Un I'nvors m econd Nnvnl i-ncleiii). MnsTci.All:. N .1 Feb Doubiirg t'ie cupacltv of West Point .mil Autiao. lis nnd establishing similar ac.ideinie s in other section of the country an- fea tures of preparedness advocated by Con gressman Frederick It. Lehlbach of thi district In a letter lo constituents He nl believe lh.it the National liiiaid inn be made elllclcnt only by fusing it under the control of the Federal Uoi-ernment. lie favors a stand. tig ami) of from ( 300.000 to SOO.Oiio. a large increase of all classes of vessels for the' navy and! strengthening of tl.e coast defences, in-, eluding the Panama I anal forttlcitlmis. TWO KILLED IN FIGHT TRAIN 2,000 AVIATORS AFTER JAIL BREAKING IN 19 1 6, SAYS AERO CLUB in I oilier Mcrllni i II rend for Itc-f ogees W vsll iNi.Tos. Feb JO I of tbl' Nav v iiniiotin e, ! tie , oi'ler St- r..ug w ill I f i oin Not foil, in-rvlug n l.e-ll Willi Xletniidrlii. I- ,vi . The S-e rctai v to-IUKOt lll.lt ,lil lo. til, III ow s -liin of her l'ic l-l'iMHH'I's K-eiipe I-' I'rison in nn Anlo nnil lint I le KlIMH". com lie MOTHER AND BABY RESCUED. Col Off by I'nsserli) Corps of 6.CMIO .vlntors Will He I'rKecl nl ( nrneule Hull, A national ilefc-nre mid iiatiiotic rail) ,. tire crape of the second ,,1r,p, 1It.nl A. WIm Wood w'll spe.li ty M-alul the wall to the i , f(1 ., fllrl(, of ,lv.,trs Tin rally Is tinder the direction or Mr. Henry Alexander Tickets may be had at Cat negle Hall or at tlie he.ulqii irlers of lln National Defence Asoclatlou. 5H7 Fifth avenue. lives Pair sniiiUe, l Higgciic of '-'-'' West Thirty-fifth i. reei was passing 111" tlvo story tene inenl hi'iiso at '211 Wist Forty-sixth (.'ii-cl last night and he heard a woman fleam lor Inilp. Looking up, he saw black smoke nmuig from the windows of nn imiii timiit nnd Mrs. Margaret Thewisses, with a baby In per arms, Handing on Hi llnor llaggeity extciin-ui ladder of tin- lire escape h.. h lie biwen d. and brought the woman and Inc baby to the giound. T ii lin -I irled In the np.irtment of IMw ii T.ibln cm the floor below the iip.il Iinent of Mrs. Thewieses and filled the build ng vvlih smoke so quickly ns 10 cut 'nt off Irorn the stairway. The damage will be covered In J200. While re-poiidlng to the alarm F,n glue Conipain x. In making thu turn nt Sec ond avenue nnd Flfty-llrst street, swerved to avoid the devilled road pil lar nnd lln- horses went down on the tdipuciv paving. It was more than 'flftiei lite before, they iniild get si irted in;., In On tlie eaine alarm Honk and l.i'hbT Company 2 was s'nlled "ii the bill at Furl) .seventh s'rif mil Second averiu- on nccoiint - f H e Seennd nvriuie c,ir were liiii up r.ir iiini- 'linn ten minutes i lirce l.vpliiKliins In Paris liiclor). ,einl Ctiblr tffjttitrft In Tils ticN. - 1 h. I- o jo Ihreii explosions In t . -iieniPe quarter to.. la) pioved to bt c iiuui.x in a factory. will be held In CariKgl" Hal' on Wednes- day under the auspices of Ihe National Special Aid Society The al io e lull Is active In the arrangements for Lie meet ing. Not only will well known speakers be heard on the subjei t of universal null taiy hcrviee for this icnintr) but the tieccseity of forming an aviation corji nf r. noo aviators will be iititcd The 11, -I- III. -Ill L I I I "' SEES HARD TIMES AFTER WAR. ' I pllltcr -ri-illcl Depression simi lar In I.hsI Winter's. .-uil 1. P Mooiimii of the employiueiit bureau of tin Ai-Miciatloti for Impiovlug ; the Coinlllion of Ihe Poor spoke .veslei-i ; day ni'u i nimii at the Ciilty Haptlsl jcliuri-ii. 70 West Nliie-t) .ninth slrtet, on "The Man Withoul a .lob ' "Tie- inevitable lesult of a rush bus. ' ness of th iii iseiit kind will he another , period of depression nfler the war," he said "We will have to go through a i period cif teadjiistmerit from times of I wiir to times of peace, and during thi I period there will Iw a lecurrence of the iinliiwtri.il depression of last winter. Now while we have tlto opportunity ws j inu-t work nut a svstem of adequate I pri'Miii'iiiici, for Ihe Inevitable readjust. incut of Hie labor tcltuatloii that Is hound -o come when thousands of men who ale making good wages lose this work and nhji-ct. a sthe-v will, to going buck to oilier work nt lower wages" Willie conditions are better than last winter, he ailde.1, charitable organisa tions ale hiiv.hi' n harder time In gelling I'onlrlhutlniis Lve-n In-prosperous times, he said, man) persons through sickness: lulefotlutie are unable lo support DEFENCE IDEAS AT CONVENTION Industrie Will He llepresenleil nf Meeting i'o-oiorrovv. Tlie American Defence Sevieiv will hold ts annual convention to.tnnrrow afternoon it t the Hotel Itlltuiore Hep. ieentative of piactlcally nil of the lent. tug Industries of the Cnited Slates will tnke part in the discussion of tin- mini, try's need for preparedness At the convention announcement w .11 be made nf the formation of tlie women's na tional commlttio of ihe American De fence Society. The national committee of the so. clety, which has called the convention, Ih composed of Howard 1'lhott. ,1. II Flnley, Fred V. Hrlght, tlemge p. Ilrowncll. Daniel II c.irstnir.i. ciemge M, Verity, William T llorii.idny, Wesley M. oler and others SHAFT TO LUSITANIA DEAD. Dr.MiNu N M I'-'1 -'" Dv all! I Stevens, Slieillf of l.diii inili't:, was : killed -i-d llip'k S.-v i'. i Deniliu: I'll-"- ' nes ini'i. was -voiind'd t -. l.x 'n a j bailie in at II- " N M es. aped I pi .simci fi "in tin In m ,-i ! The prisoimi. made tin I j in. k,i!U up the Ja I for an allien oliiie. I When Hie Jvle a'oui.o c at v un breilifasi n the pr.sonii.s he w.i .et up.m b) ,i tiustv, who ovcipi'Weii'iI ll.m and took his kc)h. Tin- tius-.c ,i: nmc liberated all Ihe other pilouu. lock-d tliu Jailer In one of the i. and then i-oltig to the telephone: called up et garage nnd asked that a ml" be si lit nt nine to the jail. "It's the Sheriff talking," the pilonrr using tin- telephone said. ".Hid we want to tilke a el' k mill I" F.iywood Spntns llrliu an I'Xtii. tin- and U' hi change." When tlie .iilloniiihlle ie-,iclied the Jail lie dilvci was Invited Inside lie w.t cm ,i, i .it:, i ,.. ,-itid ic'.eqn, ilium in vvlinii llie.v lied, etileicd I ic ' run i uint iinp to Hike l'l l ('lit'! I of Flier. Ciillotl M't .Mt'.ills (if . s. Hefeiiee. cargo a eblpment nf )iii-ovei iim-.ui mr the icfugee .it AI ximdria. Kg) pi. The primal) puipo.-e- of tin- tup. how. ever. Is to cari.v co.il to tie ctutser Dcs Moines it Alexin dn.i Prof IMiiimnl vim Min h. r. pii eiiliiig a New Yo. k committee wn b hasinlccil funds fur the purpose m snli'ilnL- con del sed milk to the b, tines In ilerni.inv. has been t.tisth essfnl in hi effoits lo -et tbe liovrtnm lit to undeitiikc deliver eolnm lire o te Vpro Cltlh Aiuetii'.'i .oini.'scil of President Alan I! Il.iwl. '. I'ortl.indt F llisliop. Henry i Wi-iiilhn.isc. lbeii II Lambert and' .loliii ll,i)s ll.iintnm.d l. 1 1 . i - leimi'ied n plan n-i In. i immiic iiiiinst n nv,a. tlon as a me.ins of iiauon.ii drfen.-e Vll .1. 1 1'ltl- tis.ive Hif. mot ' cllli ,cnt ,ind i-he.ip. si nn ins nf defence,! th Ullllitttee linlils. , illil its I'otigtes j liiil licMili'in Wilson appear ivlu, l.mt tn take .in-, slips ti, fs.ihh ,,, u i , tlioec inli'lTMeil to sun i . 3ERMANS TAKE DANISH SHIPS. Two s.nine.rs V re -M-lre-il iiiin flec l.entvlim Cniieii linui-u , I.-. son.. I'cb .M Two D.u -Il -1 r i , - "xcd I b Hie dill) of 'In llliive'iienl pointed out It I urged Fourteen vv,i)s ate slops lite tl-pitlcil I'i have I n by ii iiinn.iii iiii'M-t an I imivuvi aiincd Haw. eis utn ilciuiii-i poll A c 'opeiiii.men ilcshatili s.iv steam-hip llamlon, nwueil b) tin Asl.itic i 'mup.iii) . wlih II left i 'opi'iilingi i steiday mm mug for Slam with pi 1-ii.ui b I. -..nil -ii p 1 "' N. w Ymi. H nulled ti-r i) ' .ago was li.i-ed b.v cat h mi Fi id.i) mm niou of III. etlelll) slop Wll- I illlsc .if il iieav.v un' About 1 o'cliiik I'l.d.n vi'ssel nppiaied tnldelilv I'igo's stntbciiid Inn . nn' Hie Cictii h liner to -top i . ai tain gave nub-is foi fill .Hid tin- olhe" ship I i." The pa-s.-njc: ves-ti w .i II i.lte nf 17 I. lints. .11. I i tlfteen llllllll-es hn I 'Ii fill' t i The l.ttti'l 1' I g'lts i at ricd b.v in-" !" ' .irti'ng of lln prox n ' t,i ib t" liinl b'C'i g ii"' '" in tw-i niis'.ci'fs a -h. vc II, u the- H. I "t II - I 1'ie-i file f 1 1 , 1 1 1 I In I 'i -'i i l.afa "t- 11 ' ' ill 1 1 I I ' bl il.. i , ' It I. .11 rilli.il - I'll ' e T le i V .1 ut s , I -I HI, I', I. II t V tr '-i n i: MUNITION PLANT DESTROYED She vva taken lininde. Tlie steamship lien gcliliu., fpnn Chjii-ii. hagen for Liverpool, has been l iken Into Stettin bv an aimed irawle-. .ic.orilln ; tn Copenh'a Jell advices Pllllnilelihlii Vino I rges (.ovcroors In Mil Pino. liiii.AiiKi.rni v Feb. 20 A monument to the 111 American who died when the Lusltania was tot peiloed bv a Her man siihmni' lie lime in advocated by linden Miller nf this illy, who ha-i n-nt letters to the fioveriiors of all Stales , I il. C.i ...il .-.llrkl 't... ....ti-Initn inrs mid there, will hi. I theinsilvc moving p ciurcs nu n u.. e.e ... .,.,-,,; Tn irrT.p HRP.AT) T.TWF.B I llne coonrr.itlon in Hie plan ii; I VbU T V MA vt)-a- if. t Ii 1 .aiHHHH IMMI-M, .'II. iM'it p, Will d.l tiiollMT Shot, filer l 1 lomandH that the cnuntty . otnincinnrnte illie death nf her cUUeiis, only llilrt)--i-lli('i'ciii's l-orc-es. seven of wluini have been Idoniillnl .md of hiniils In Tiir St-s; free I nurleci, linn ne urges a iiiiiioniii enm- Tin pair bread lino ill Prince street which were so numbed with cold that they could' not hold Hie loaf of hiead given by Tom Men at ihe bread depot Inst week Willi I In made warm tu-du) when Dick Hrlght si ips them into a pair of fur gloves ' which weie sent for that purpot-e by II, 1 II llcinlei-, Jr., of Princeton, N, J vvltli hi Hibiitioti of K' for the fice bread fund Thus armored against the cold the owner of the hands will sally forth to ask one of Commissioner Fethcrston's lieutenants fnr a nmv shovelling Job. lie could not Maud the exposure of win king in Hie snow and slush before, I .inn' he was almost li.iinfootoil ,'iud because he had nn ulovrs, hut since that time Tutu Merrv lias found a good stout pair of old shoe, nnd with the glove he will !' 1 1 il- lo help himself. Tlie hi end line will be open on Wash. FIRE EVICTS 100 FAMILIES. I XV bile Pine In a Mux liiclor) Makes it Plclnreiiie lllii.c, A large brick factoi) building al x-U .lories sltee-t was swept b) tin- earl) Ibis morning, Th damage: was estimated nt 1 10,00(1, More than ion l.utilli. s liv ing in teneiueiilH ni each fnli- nnd across from the rintmv were mih out Into lln- nltect Manv of these were cnied for In llin llrecnwliii lloti.e. n M'tllement Iioiim- nl '.'U Jones sine) Tlie fai tin) was occupied h) .1 I' I lolfm.'ill, Lewis iV Sous mid otliet linn maliufactuicis nf Imixis, Tin- llilid, fourlh and tl f 1 1 tlmu-.s wen- liunied mil These thiols loiilnilied a l.ugi iiinuiiiil i nf white pine used lo make bnxes, and i inglnn's Hlrthilay as iieual unci there this made n brliiht llame iuhI much I will be plenty of bread for mil who com moKf. In nsk for It seUeil and locked up live or the pr'.-cini 1 1-. after locking tin J.nl door got nln the nn. A man who wo in Jill as a vagrnin and th- only niio .ii'iiiiiliicd Willi tin opcialbm of ,ui auloinoldlc look the wheel and llrM drove lo ibc artnoiy of the Dcniing Mililii I'miipiti). which was looted of lilli'N and ammunition Tlie 111-111111 is then set out III the h. 1 bine ill t'ie dlleclioil of lllli'-mi When tlie Jail ibbvi'iy vva iIimoviiciI slu-rdf Sievci s Immiilialrl) iirganuni a piimc nnil tilling vuliiutci'i aiiioiiinblli s w Ith the piise men n't out n pursuit nf the prisoners, two of whom are uiuidercrs and a third a forget I iveiinklng tin piisomr-i near Itlucon. a battle took plan- liiiwun llle pose nicii mid the prisoiicis. SIll'lllT Stevens was killed lllld PlV.se Man Scv l r wni wounded In the light line of the piisniii'is was also killed and another was shot In the kg b) tlie pm-sc nn II. The three others, qlll'tlllg llle auto mobile, disappeared In tin inltonvvood treiH lii.u grow very thick In that vicln. ll.v. Then hiding place has been snr- 1 lotuiileil. , Tile I I.I li.li m l a III" tons. She was built ,' and ts nf I '.in. .-h n g The I'.ei-c hus I ,i 1.IH7 tons and bai' mlttee, formed of line delegate frnm i-ai II Stute, "ns n national commlsHlnn for the purpose of receiving funds and competl. tlvo design fnr ti monument, which should In- a plain nnd Impressive one, rostlng not more tliaii fiO.iioo " ROSA LUXEMBURG FREED. firrtiians llrlrust Woionii SoclnlUt flrr eiir In Prison. Paiiih. Feb. 2n Itos.i Luxemburg, , -. i,. ,.i..a. ..r it,.. . . 1 1.... I r....i .l-'r ...iiiii.ii i. -.in, i ,,i ,1,,- ,,,, iitii, ,,i tho (let man Snclalisl pari), lui- been freed nfler mine than a )c:n's linn in prison, ,7iiiiinnili' Icarus frnm n cone spniident In Sw llrcrlanil Itosa Luveiubillg was seulemeil to prison shortly after the outbreak of the mil-, convle'teil bv a court. mill t hit on llin charge of accusing Herman olllivrs on Mr. Woodrow Wilson. It vvxm pur. nbuslng pilvates, She begun to servs vh.ised by William L. Wuesl Tucked her term In September, lH. lln the present was .Mrs. Wilson's card. u Is. w.i seen leluiuilii: in .. n, , . i IIOOII. PISS.Ilg LlslllOf Willi Hint 2.000 .ivi.itots lie I ... ,...i , .,...,. i.,.i i,. I:'..' ,' ...-, ',. V'"'"" ' ',!,rn; I travvlei i,i.,,, .-,,,,-., in in., nnilll.l ot twetit) States known tn favor such a plan but unable lo nffnnl it, that aero, plane be given to the National linard and aviator dctaikd to pin tlclpate In the inaiiiciivies ,'iinf- that prize imqn. gating Jlii.oiio I iTeicil in m.lltln avia- tuts fi" CM ellenee jel ttlgllls A situ' l.i I sum in pi l.es" fur the Suites hit vim- I Ihe greatest iiiiiiibei of mlliiin nvi j iilor al 1'ie ilid "f llle vear. trailed ii ovper, iv.nnir. rent at the ex. pense "f tlie sne-iet), .s also ill ged pi ic of 11.11110 for essavs on neiial defe-iie In colli ge students', il. (ion to stm t the pi opined uerl.il mall route between New lledford and Nun liieki-t, Mil.-, and 5 1 (i.oeiit fm- nti aero. I plain- for Ihe Coist llllltd Seivice ille j among olhei I. ilines advncaled I Tlie tip"il favor- Hie rnerlug nf a pi-ie of JIiiii.Oiiii fm n tr itisntlantic Ibgbt, n being picil.teij tint if tins s dune tin- occiin will I iiis.sed within a vein tllghl eonipetitlon between New Villi, and Chi. ago with $,o,nno ns tin- ptixe !., 000 for i cnmprtilion lor n twcii'v-foiif boil' sustained flight and '".'-.Olio or tlnn.oon for a compel!- tlon tn in inc nut a superior aeroplane englm In thi I'nunli) are also among the plane proposed tlie aflei. i lii'imaii a liftman into Swine. 1 11 1-.' 11 el I II I' Vlnili'tou. Mi'MTI'-. N p lllll of llle lie. i' her', Which has I'" tlmi. W.I- destlit) The llle I belle .pei I 'lll ll, VV ill l.oiell P. . I - I I n i' d I" i d il c; i-g.iw II v I l.i- si ve.-!-. oin i "vc i nag I Ivl I '.'a 'i i elidliil ) that a ill" .Ii- ii Sn f ll ci an.'. ' iiltbiHiuh ii In MlVI i c I. i v I ' 1 I I. It NEW SEAPLANE RECORD. Wilson's Ive-rchlef lit iiiiloo. CINCINSATI, Feb. '.'il There vva llvii) lildillng nl llle "parcel post sale,' given under the alisplccee of lln- Wotu ill's Club, llvaiiHtou Prrsli) leriau Chuich, wliell llol'ini- Ii, Wllhaliison, olllclallng SiiNinl I I'llubt of N Honrs 111 Vllnnlcs V n de n Sim lllriin. I.e. Amii'i.i'h. I'cb -Jo , new world's rcciiril for sustained Might In n heaplaue ha bien cslnbllslicil Ii) Corporal W. I. Smith, whn Is allinheil In the Culled States mill) -'glial imp nt Ninth Isl laud. San Diego. His iccnrd ni.iilc list evening was eight limits and foil) minutes In as nil. tinni er, sold il hand ctnhrniilricil I Hlcim .Mis rl In II) droaerciplaiii The best liniwlkc) ciilt'l sent from Wasliliigliiu bj picvinUH tci'iinl for Ihe same t)pe of machine was six limns and tlftccn inlu utes, made by Lieut. Powers al Pen Renin, Fla. ILT-MO Ice Gardleffi-s (HII.TMiiKK HOTKI.) Open AirSkatinp Open In Ihe public for llirtc Kpssinns daily (Sunday exci-pli-di fi so tu r.- so v to o o ai so in (iLASS ENCLOSED TKA UOOMS Kalaluhi's Hawaiian Orcheslra DANCING From Will Hay for in the CLASS ROOM 8 SO V ml! oTIeek KXIIIBITION SKATl.NC BY AI.FRKI) & S1GKII) NAKSS OF THE lUIM'OnKOMI