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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1916.
' 3 1 SAMPLE ORDERS TO MOBILIZE INDUSTRY Savnl foiiMiltinfr Hoard Opcnn Offk'c Hero to Learn Kiictories' Scope. vital to fighting link 1 The committee on Industrial prepared of the Naval Consulting Hoard yen trd.iy opened headquarters In the En-f-necM llulldlnR. ' It will push forward rltli greater activity the work of seek tt the cooperation of nil the Industries of the country, comprlsliiK almost two ililrJ" f the world's output. In a plan ,,f rep unities. In the event of war uorc rnlu.-t ri.'H would turn out the ,'oiinn odd irtHcs rcillred In naval and ',n'l ".irf e in the vast guantltlen that thl n.ittoti would rwpilrr. Tn- task l enormous. Nobody re? nines the nation's uiilllncss for war or the Jo'" "f getting ready more keenly trim tr Howard C. Collin. clialrniHii of the new sub-iotnmlttce of the NiivpJ Ocmalt.-.i; It.urd. Hut Mr. Coffin, who .in Im'ii working flr weeks on the Vine "f mobilizing the Industries. In iIu'IIhk mines nd factories, has tnnpped out a bto.ul plan. The project already j. ihti b.icklt.g of President Wilson, the .svrct.irles of the Navy and of War, and is is hoped that Congress also will put ttf jbouUer to the task. Wnr uf Factories im. Tin- necessity of an Industrial moblll upon nf the country's i-enurcri. Mr. Collin Mid yesterday, showed that for (wy mn In the trenches In Huropo nt kMft three men. or workers, wii-o ru gulrtd In the fietorbs turning nut mu nitions, lie asserted that with the dt '.lopment of silence, warfare had tecum a cre.it competition between the fa, torles and shops of tlu enemy; that lh war of tn-ilay und tho war of the future arc to h deelded, not by an army ii i hrivy, out h.v the i opacity of the hJu-l'I's to turn out (he ptoducts neeiM in bat Hi . II .hlil.f-.l that with the United Stat'-. ha Ins moie thuti one-half. uiipI V.nia-' two-thirds of the Industrial ca ;iolt p'f 'hi wnrhl, no oiw nation, no tn 'nations. Mould dure attack, pro vided till nation's Industrie are prop yl) ipiohillrd. lie jH.liitcd further to the fct tint under such londltlotiH war noii'.d i-ipilre lh.it the place of the filter fait of tin- union men would be ,.i in fa t-r'p-s .pii'I not In the trenches 0, p.) Hu battleships. Iiofo.i. 'uivi'tiT, the plan of massing vlutrlc.s of t.ie country In tho .r-iMt d.f-.ioc plan could lit put Itito ef ;,. it N necessary that loinplote In fjr i ,i oh iibout the farllltl: of the u,nnnt iilants shall be obtained. The iiiration ol th busliiem nlrli of the . Mug .-might through the ti-ly, Mule,! Chamber "f Commerce, o' i Ii llasi-oni l.iitle of Cleveland I re. rl " . I Mr l.utle r.ilil jit-terduy that he l-in(l- Ins btcli Inter lewlng the heads hdinbers of i-ommeree mid various piaiiUfHctutere, all .if whom have irom Hil the'r aid. With th supixjrt of the nai.'if.i 'turerip. the next s:ep will be the ji!"rl !E of liiformatloti about lo.OOO - trir pi.mtv In the ivuntry thnUKh a oamilttee In each State, i ompteed of a -u n eelianleal. civil, ileotrical en f.ar and u chemist. Tip ; Mnn Vnlaalilr l-'autfc It pulited out terday that by Mil- of this Inquiry nmiiy unknown j as to the ability of cipmvrn to i.e'p n. the event of war uul'l be dl oerf). 1'or limtance. It was. lesnicd r y i- day that i maiiiifttcturlnc tTlr linn 'was turniiiK out i-opper .4i!'.".t lor the Allies. The aim of tho nt'ilry is o learn the euct capacity of in incerii In Its special line ami hf - i has facilities that can be ';r- ,l in the production of munitions. Tre committee also desires to know o n .my i f the Mirlous artlclett needed nr 'ire not mJiuf.u.turttd In thlt oar.trj Kor Instance, optical kIiish 'iHtO ' ir pei'lM-opm of submarines halt Wtn n'.mufactutiil almost exclusively .n Germany Furthermore, no nitrogen rVu arr turned out synthetically, e I- beliiu done lu (iermany. Wit a.l thlf Information Lathered, a l-orije ah'iliulcn will be made under " d'-e. pop "f W. S. Ulffiird, one of . ei-.i -titlstlclans lu tlm country, tp is P'ow cpnncteil with the New V ir'K Ten phone Company. Tne Mb trmeial Idea is to ilco a our in' nt order of an almost Injlunlfl-s- an niit with exery Industry for 'if a'lhle that Is needed by tho army it tlie . ! The yearly order would ' flli j a piaetlcilly cost, with the -r.derji.i! d nt; that In the event of war r. mi vru fhull receive orders that Li' be lued i in per lent, profit, ' or ti ii a basis that would under o ;r ii'iietiincs inakrt war Ujoh H ;iofli ir, Hie Industries of the nation ''at there sliiiuld l'e any lJidUcement i r on the part of anybody. Order fur duration. u h an nnler. It Is piilnted out. will 'mplv an educatl e ' process. Th narufa iiirer will be In touch with tha lvrn!iient. will have a thorough under- Mjnrlliic if the specification. He will au timed nut products that will have ii! dergonij ilovernment tests and will u a tb irotizh liiiowlcdKc of Just what nt- I, win Ittow about methods of r.t md will be In a position where, n ' i "tit of war. he will bo ready 'o ur wnrk on any sized order that th Ooxertimeut may telt-Kraph to him. The committee which has been work 3e on this plan under the chairman !"P ef Mr. Collin Includes William U 'wnrlfrs. president of the Innernoll tiu onip.uiy and president of tha Hir' an Institute, of Mlnlntf Kniflneera; Utny Kmmet, chief engineer of tho ''r.eVal Klectrli! Company; B. O. leimint. uf eiiRineer of the Westlns-fi- company, Thomas Itublna, of the UMtn C'onveylnB Itelt Company and '! lriuntors tlulld : B. B. Thayer, vice lnn'!j..t )( t,e Anaconda Copper Mining 'empany, .md Iawrence Addicks, a me MjMr.il consultliiR engineer. Hi.si-1 m j.ittie, president of the United ru.fs ' linlh.r !if Cdmni.rm. who wail in ih.. ij yesterday, told of the need industrial preparedness nnd cited In 'JT.'ralil. Inrtaticeri of such a plan of Ticatliyiil campaigns to get tho com M ci-ipt.r.wtion of tha Induitrle In '"rmoWIU.it Ion scheme. The war orders placed by tha Allies J." various munltloiiB," said Mr. Little, nave, d'moiiitraated beyond argument r.eed of educational work among "Uiufacitirsrs. "My b-llfcf la that every factory 'wld receive a small order every year; '"at w should have u vreat unsombllnr "ht where, tho shells, the fuses and 'ft other articles could be delivered and "ts nudh. I already have talked to "1-muf.ieturern who, because of the red JI ami the difficulty In meeting Oov 'fnmtnt requirements, have refused to eW fOr linviirnmiinl nrnrl THutr ILttt. tjiie now la that If the Government ". looperatlon they will 1ve it lully as a mitlrvnal .lull- T1.6 manufacture of war materials o Uila bash would eliminate absolutely nuultlon trust, for with 30.000 or -.eel pntntn ready to turn out muni '"ns no ono blr concern could com- "latlil urv nrleu fne II- niilnnl. "' hellcvn that, tho busineHa men of "Id CUUIIlrv u lll lvek nt anv annh ;'"?. tor they appreciate what their ilJL. "bd they reallsa that such praj- Mtedncs i the beat Insurant 'Maat I PHOTOGRAPHS OF COLUMBUS. N. M., i . ; i t i . - ' ' 71 ZT' ' f - e-,n-. ,r' !T s v - ' ' ' "' . ' , . v....... l'x.'i ..' f f i SEMI-SUBMERSIBLE WARSHIP IS URGED Capt. Sims Thinks Such a Ves sel May He the Surprise of tSreat War. A (t I A N'T T0HPKD0 CIIAFT Wasiiini.toN, March 14. . new tpe' of vessel. utlllzliiK to the fill. eM extent the t'i-pedi as a weapon of waifuie. was iroiocil to the llour Naval Affairs Coimnlitee to-day by C.ipl. W S. Slnii. w ho wiis the foremost advocate of all big KUu ships In pbe navy several years ago. Capt. Sims proposed the construction of a vesfel uf high speed, semi-sub-imralble. lu clunicter, ciUlpied with tlsllt torpedo tubes on eacn fide, the deck to be tlu-h with the water and an armored tuiret mounteil fore and n ft. Such a craft, he mid. would be un flilgma to nuvnl offlccrf, wh.i aie in con tftant fear of torp.-ao attack. The Captain expressed the belief that Ua nl officer.) were too conservative In deslgnlm; cssels and tn much Inclined to -tick to tjpc- th iiluc of which hud already been proved. Members of the committee a"kd why lie did not recommend fuch vesc! as a e.irt of the luiil J lup; iirngramme. To this Capt. Sims replied that It might be ounsldernl presumptuous on hi part when practically all the officers nhu adhered to mo.-c or less lonventloml de- l "iV Is .oil!., nnsnlhle." lie remarked ' "that "UCh a esiel oj- a vessel unlike ( anything now alloat may dart out of the Kiel Canal and prove the great naval 1 "Xt? 5U5aM stress on' the value .if ti.rnedoes and said that re-) cent mancpuvr- had demonstrated the weakne-s ot the I'nlled States nav In not having a sufficient number of fast vetseli to act as n scteen ugoinst tor peplo attacks. The torpedo, he said, had been used effectively In the Kuropeiin war up to ! T.oiHi yards. Itcplylng to the committee, Capt. Him recoinniended the Immidlate build Ing of battle cruisers. "We ought to have eight or nine of them," he said. Me told the committee he had renson to be lieve thut both Iermany and Orent Brit ain were building such vessels with a Hpe.il of tliiriy-tive knots, Capt. Sims nl.o Indorsed the Admlnlt- tratlon'b naval personnel bill, providing ' for promotion by selection. I tie not thtng the committee could do. he said, was to shape a personnel bill upon Its own Initiative, us the service Itself could never be brought to agiee. upon one. NO CHANGE IN TRAINING CAMPS .xriur Officers Will Aid u I'lnnnrd, Maa .rn. seott. AH1IINI.TU.". .Miirill If -a It'll. ' v i Chief of Staff to-night denHsl rej.orts 1 publlshe.1 to-day that ofTlcers f ' then advised the attorneys that the mo army will not take part In the military i ,,,, r.ir ,. .,,, ...i,,,. ... ,im ...mi.t eiioiliiiunents this suinmei-. "These re- ports are without foundation." he said. "Army officers will be detailed for service In all of the coming encamp ments." Tentative plans call for camps ut mattnmirg. N. V.; Oglethorpe, ia. ; Mid Ington. Mich.; Fort Sheridan. III.: Fort lienjumln Harrison, Ind. : San Diego. Cal. ; the Presidio, Monterey, Cat.; the Puicet Sound district and Fort tleorge Wright. Spokane, Wash. Major-Gen. Leonard Wood yesterday afternoon made the emphatic declaration that none of the civilian training camps this spring or summer has Ipeeii or will be Milled off because of Mexico. "The training camp lu lieorgla has been postponed for one month, but that Is all." said Oen. Wood. "There are. sufficient off leers to take charge of the camps and the programme is to go through as urniiiged." HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS RIOT. gag Harbor Students Hesent Oust ing of Prlnrlpal. Sao Harbor, I.. I., March It. This village was put In a turmoil yesterday by 300 puplhi of the Plerson High School, who protested because Urover Cleveland Hart was removed ns principal. Tho atudenU, after spending the day writing Insults on the blackboard against tlimc they hold responsible for Mr. Hart's ills, missal, marched around the town nt night, shouting und Hinging. Mr. Hart wrote questions' for Hie araduatlng class the day before the Hegents' examination'. The next day the scholar were highly pleased to And that the IUents questions w'ere the same as those Mr. Hart had propounded and most of the stmlcnlH got high nmrlut. One of the teachers told Miss Hose Bates, member of the board of trustees, and she took the matter up with the State Superintendent, and Mr. Hart was ousted. The pupils viewed this action with high disfavor, and yesterduy when they learned that Mr, Hart hud been taken to New York to titrJergo an ojera- fbe cnool has (waived I! 20.000 from Kmftaep ' ( ten ysara. tum made tneir aemoiisimiion The devastated t ' - ' i i The U. S. BEGS DELAY IN STEEL TRUST CASE Supreme Court Takes Motion I'mler Advisement After Comedy of Errors. MAY DECIDE MONDAY AslitM.ToN, Match It -Thue whs njh (lf , ,. supreme Couit '"''V In Mew of the fact that to-mor row will be the Lift day allowed under the extension of time granted by the ,,,ur, flir ,,u,,ni. ti, r,.ror,i K,ape for - ' nited State- Steel Corporaticn suit. The attorneys wm tlrst to the I'ed er.il Couit for the litstib't of New Jet-s- for relief, the I io erutlieilt counsi l asking that the time be ux'-einbd until next July. rinding that the couit below took the position that the Supreme Court alone h'nl the power to extend the time, the attorneys came tu U'a-hlnglon, wheie they called tl.l inornlnc at the re-. dence of Chief .lustlec White. The rMr tiwllo.i ..t llrf itiillii...l nr.! , ., . " ""atter. on the ground that the Sill ne Court as a body had the 'ray. but Dually on fuither representn tlmis he ml, I them tiny could present the matter tn open .-unit to-day In their haste to get away lllcliard V. l.iiiilabury, counsel for the Steel Cor. poration, gut Into the Chief .lu.-tUv'i-oMTcoat and walked niY with It. The Chief Justice rifovcicd the garment Inter in the court room. Sooil lifter couit opened the Slecl Cur- .....it " "a r , .Tn T 'O ,e" ,, . ((1 ,M. .,.il...,,1. .., xUer,. Wd!l .,. other rush to the neatest prilling -hop. It was not until after 1 n'clm k tint the attorneys leappi aied bcfoie the high court with their motion fm an extension of time lu print. S. Cirioll Toild, iisristant to the At-toriiey-fleti' r.il, repri'seiiud the ilmern mi nt In the pun ceiling The emu t was asked to nicoid till extension of time until July ,, or allow Hie attorneys to cut out the "narrative" lu the record ami bring up for the court's review nil the printed testimony in the case, more than thirty volumes, nggn gating 12.000 printed pages. The Cnvernmi nt attorneys admitted that the wotk of reducing thn huge rec ord to a digest .nillh'leiitly compiehcri slve to H"t out the points has been a greater task than they had expectid when they asked for time until March 15 to complete their task, As a further evidence nf Uwlr glgiutie undertaking they coupled their tecum menilatloii for nn extension until July IK with the reuuest that It be granted without prejudice lo ask for still further extension If that should prove Insufll elent. The counul for the SUel Cor poration iislhted the Ciiveriuiieiil'K ac tion, and asked that the casn be expe dited. The court took the motion under ad visement, and piohably will pass on It next Monday. TRUESDELL INQUIRY ENDED. Grand Jury Will leelde on 1lo.it clnlr Wommi's Oenth. Nkwaiik, N, J Marnh H,- The llssex county llrund Jury completed Us Investi gation to-night Into the death of Mrs, Ilmnia Trucsdell of 4H Valley r I, Montclalr, on an ojieratlng table at Per home on February 15. Mi-. Henry Wolf of :ilK Kim street, this city, mother of Mm. Trucwlell, who caused the Ipody In be exhumed nu, an uutopry jH'rfornied, was n wltne-s. Thn llaluii Club, all oi'Kitnlra'.lon of linmeupathic pliyslclnns, uiloplcd ivwilii tlons to-day expressing "cuniplete conll dence In his Pr, Young's uprlffhtness and qualifications aa a surge oti." section of Columbus guarded by camp of the Thirteenth Cavalry, '.5,'. l'liutPiKraphs lit llnrnr. 111 I'.iro. A patrol of the Thirteenth Cavalry, which chased the raiders, and pursuit. FLEET AT GUANTAHAMO WAITS MEXICAN ORDER l-'iftrcn Warships Kmtly if Trolllili' ('nines Over (.'huso A fin- Villi!. WASMtNcTON. March II. It was leal mil to-ilny that the I'ldted States battleship Meet has been ordered held In reVllucM In i u.'i ntana mo H.i for Imme diate service In Mexican icatcts in case .Is prisence becomes nece--iiy Tile possililllty of grave trouble In conse quence of the tiiopii-ed American i xp dltion lo iiipture Villa nnd paitlcularly the danger which Amu leans In Mexico, might Imur prompted tmvnl as well as military precautions. Secretary li.inleli received ii ports to-diy from Kear Admiral Wlnslow at Sail lDcgo tlutt i'ondltron ii'poiled la him fi mu the Mexican coast weic noi linil. Ileiort- from W.a i'iiik and Tain. pleo coiillr.iiied this Ipformatioii. The lleet nt liualitiinnmo ll.iv coni.its of the battleships Wyoming, Arkansas,'! V..... X,,.W IV..1.1V.1II. uii.l 1. I.im. fnrni. Ing the First Division, under command ot Vlii-Adtillr.il Henry T. Mayo; lh. l...!!'...-,!..- l.'lnrlitl Is IllSas MlehlL-llll. u...l. r- .-..II.. . .,.,,1 l'1-ih formllii. Ilw. Second Hivlsion. under conmi.inil of Hiar Aduilinl A. F. Fechteler, the bat- la-shlp. New- Jcisc Neluisl.a Ithode iml and Virginia' forinlng the Third liyi under imiimiuiil of Hear Ad- nl nil Witt C iff m in .ind.lhe buttle- Isl Dlvlrl inlr.il hlp Lonlsliina, fl.i'jshlp nf Hear Admlnil Jlirbe't i. wiiiiii, coiniir.iiitiing inc Fourth Plvlsion. DOQ-GONE VERDICT AWARDED. Aiilmnl llleil, hut Doctor lids .liidument for 17,a. Fee, Nkwaiik, N. J.. March 14, If a dov dies while a veterinarian Is attending t him that Is no reason why the vctei IiihiIhii should not get Ids fie. That Is what Judge McMahon decided to-day In awiudiUK to I 'r. Arthut Ward Smith, veterinarian. !r. Smith sued ivter Smith for his attendance upm Mrsi Hmltli's dug; Mrs? Hmlth's defence was that the dog had been negltcted. Bhe fallinl to. gH,e ..Instances. .oCsiteglaot and'Dr,' Smith won a judgment, t i AFTER VILLA'S RAID U. S. soldiers. which was surprised by Villa. 4naw:,i V - . .- ...v...flV"'?S..:- Am WILL ASK RECRUITS TO KIJRBY. Mure (Ifllee llpeneil mill Frirnpt Itesponse I I'.tpceliil. Wasiiimito.v. March II -Hi t ruiluig olllccs thrmighout the I'liltcd Stales wile thrown open late till- afternoon follow ing p.tl.si'.ge by the House of a resolution to Increase tho army sns.nnii men Iln-ause of a suiplus of enllstmeiit ltn of these station- were closed icvita'. months ago. War Pcparttiient o!ll l.il aro cnnxliued that It will not take mot" j than n month to sign up the lli.uao men j iiiithoilii d by Die Joint reiolnUon will, ti s expectid to b me n law ly to- tiiorrnvv night. Aeiorilllig lo advlc s n eclved bv the Secretary of War, thon-aials of inncli men in the Southwest w.ll welcotn 'lie opportunity to. see service ill MeXilll A fi w years ago, following the tl.uciip ill Mexican affairs, rfcrultlng Ipere-isnl from ;.'i to fi" per cent, in a shmt time TclegiiHiis and letters rui.Vid fiom v.'i- rlous sections of the country indicate that there will be a prompt re-pon-i- In inse the (loverniiienl Is cured on lo send a large force Into Mexico. MILITIA FLIERS PRACTISING, Nrvernl I'.xpcctcil In lie M ilslcrcil In li prll I. MlNKOLA. 1.. I.. Mill eh II Sever. H nvl.'itnrri who ale pteniilniT In i'"li the uvlatfoli detachment of the First Hi' tnllop. Signal Corps, under commiinil "I i wut- " "oumg. unv. o. ci " i us n. i "" ''"' 11 "'",,11 " Heniii teol MalllH aVl.'lllOI Held. A UUml'lT nf I'll I I .Will llPPly for pilot's liOlMISfH III a fc days and be niusteied In bv April 1. riiel use the c.allldet military blpl.i' e . driven by a 1" luiise. power irntm an I '"I'"? Instructed by I'hlllp lljniland This aflernonn Hjorl.uid and Louis A Fi noullletl, Jr.. of llrooklyn irinl out a new machine and did some fancy tlyi ig Among those who me pi.ictlslug ale Lieut. Holland, .1. II. Miller. Herhmt i'i roll, Lou's V, Fcmuilllell, Jr. .1. II Sp -phi n-, A Salmon, F It. Pick. Welti r Odcll and Alexaiulir H Thaw U. S. ARMY PIER ABLAZE. Much Sninke tint s1 in ill I llaiiiiiue nl i Font uf Wall Street, A small lire which developed "lou. vf (.moke nccurreil at I ;.'lu o'clock t'.i invriilnK on the at my pier ul the foni ol Wall I reel, The nlllccH of I In- iimrlei' mastir's lep.i!iilciil iu on this plei t n I a huge quantity of supplies for the rein lar army I slo.-ed theie, The tilt- was dlHL-uvuml by the vcuich man and was said to have been caused Uy an overheated flue. :: v i ... j"' one of Villa's men killed in the BORLAND GETS HOUSE I in H.issiiil In liimliioitii.il in l.H' I ilsM'll ll IIIIHII'1IIIUII III I'iiiln Over ricrks Kiulit Iinui' li.-i.v. WP i.vuiii't Mardi 14 - The passing) of the lie bv i'liidn .itlon and under the I C'.ln if more or h-s p itliann iita y 'an g ie..- heiwuii l!i pti M'tnativc Mann. Hi. ' ' in r.tv le.ub I and lleplc-elltatlVe Itor lai d .if Miss-nuri liniugiit about , -pn-, i i the Mm e to-dav. f Mi-vpiiiii'I lirnilglit about a mild I ; the , nil ot a loni! light over tin j ridff In the leg. -l.it. ve hill inereasn i1 , the wurmin day or ioie iimcni ei rl ('tl sc. n to iighl hour-, lu wh.ch .Mr Hurl md in dtfi.it, In .-ought ai tin third ecd. : of the .ne.saie to pi long the ilitrnvi r- bj ll .11 c.liill tn e I'll it Sp. r I'l.lik explained th it su h .. Hint ii mild not be made except hy on op ,-i! I i the bid. "Ir the geiitli !i,,m I ti '.la- bill?'' he asked, a. Idle-. in" Ml. Km and. ; "I am." '-.iti'i' the rep!) "I'd like to i r..s-i xmniiie ni o ie.iguc on that pi ilnt." interjected Hip. H 'eiit'itlve Itileki'i. with ii laugh. "The minor t. ' -aid Mr Minn, nill ) not s-iy what ! "nl true to recuie rei ! ognitlon.' 1 'I". I liilplii.niun thai he was pieti ml- ' Ing to oppose the le'ilsl it've bill in order i i to set lire lecogiilllio- from the Sneakei , ,u nund the lie of Mr I'.orl.ind. "I il. tnand that the iciuarks of tin , gentlen.nii from Illinois lie taken dmui and cxpuugt d fnuu Hie n-onl,'' he said. The leinitk- weie taken down and re. peated to the lloiisi, vviilch, on a rising vote, ilcclliiid to stand by Mr Ihirluml b;. I.'l Iii llil A loll . .ll. win. then ',i. , lll.llldcil nil till lcstill of prnpilely i in this Mr Mnil. iml was sustained bv . a viiih nf lx tn I rol, and the niTeiislve , , phrase was dehteil ; Tn I'.xcbllime Turks nnd llritlali. I H'rChil i'aMt 1'rniuilrfi m Tar. Six, l.nMuis, Mn.ih 11 ll.iinlil J Ten-1 nam, l'llder Si'cicla.v of State fur War auliouin'eil 'n the lloure of Commons tlr.ibiv 1 li.it lI'lllTiKeinellls ale being I maili loi tin I'M 'iiiiikc nt all HritlHh prisoner in the hand- of tho Tu.ks Ixnlser'- Malady lleciira, l Itcpnrl. I'AiilB, Maich 14. The Kaiser In again ! - 1 siitrrliic froiii throat trouble. nccontliiL. to sluti-iuciiHi In unconfirmed despalchta (r0m Rome received here to-day. t ECfyptian DEITIES "The Utmost in Cigarette" Plain end or Cork tip ' 7eop(e of culture, refrntmcnt and education invtwiaily prefer T)sititj to any ottur cijarettZTT JtmBsZ. lfro4 Turkxtlt Sorption CigariUfm to (JU I JACOB D. LIT TO LEAD i A JEWISH REGIMENT l'liiladi'lpliiii Merchant. Kleet - ed Colonel of First Hebrew Command in I'. S. I 'ii n. stuM.rii I s . March II. KpllowlnR a speech in which he sal. I that he would j gladly shoulder n uiu-ket In defein e of Ills country. .Jacob l. I.lt wn eleite.l 'Colonel of the Muccabean fterlnient, the tlrst military organlxiitlon formed In thl country among Jews riiitis were eompieteil to lecruli a full ri-glmetit of .lews In Philadelphia. A score of oun'g men pronilneiit In Jewish clriles and ineinbers of the exe.utlM' oiiliiitilttee '11 eilarge of recruiting the urg.il I'.atloii attended. J. trexe Hid. die also attended and Volunteered to aid It, perfecting the organization. The movement.' sam .xir. n.ouie, "has my heart l." I rjpport. Tills uieei Ing Is another llluatriitlon of the pa triotism of Amerli.ins. It l apparent that Amvrlcs ktiowa no lace nor creed, and In the time of need call depend upon all to ill fend the ling." niiiiim euient was mud'- that the teg imeiit would not ln-cum" a unit of the National 'lu'inl. hut would ii"!d Itself tin readlnes.i to srie A re rultlng Mil lion has been op. mil in the olllre of the h-vh Ifnt'iilno Joiinml nlnl tttf men have enlisted ' MAY MOVE DIRIGIBLE PLANT. llullilers Mn Open lulnnil Cncfirj nt llnrlforil. lUr.-ropP. c,.nu., March 1 4 --llicause Hart'ord I- forty miles Inland from 1irg Island Sound, and less liable tn attach by either air or sea Invaders, It wa--ald hi n- to-nigl that probably the Cunne ll ut Aircraft Company "f New Haven, which is building nfte.n dlrlgiblii ii.i.li'ous for the Cnlted States navy, .iiulil er.-et ,i factory In till- vicinity. l.ieiit. r.ant-Coiniirmdi . McC'r.iry of t ie l'i .ted Spites navy came here to.il ly fiom New Guidon He will he In charge ..f t.,.. -chunl for dirigible ptlotH ai pilots iviis.iii.il.i. na, where t.ie i. .n. i win i- sent next week from this city. Sixteen tm-.xbere of the aviation squad Vali rnlver-lty's battalion of artll - li- ilted t'l" State armory He-e this f-erii sin and were given a ileiiiiirsf a- j ti n. of i'ie working of the motor and a n' the li. N 1. allien has been as-; i. nuii.d o re unde- tn- direction of1 i; .1 W il ii.r. f.it t.etly pilot m Hi" Ituyal AMatlon Corpi- of ilirm.iiiy. 24 OF 500 WISH TO DRILL. MiihII llepiiiie tu InWoMtt I lull' npenl tn tilling Men. ' ,, -..f. !- uui.j men empliiyed in downtown liotifes r''Spot,-!cd to the iall .i, ,r i ne Morgan und the Inkewa C il. to nine to the Sixty-ninth Itegl iin ui Ani c"i In"! nlcht ic.d drill M! Morsar and MCr- tirnre l'.uker. illn-.-tor I of the i lub. v er present Cn.tt Willi'un 1 lloy'.e of Comp.iny M drilled the young . home defence le.igu I- hung or n. i ii III marching and fnein.i ! ganred bv the Police Iiepurtment tn M-hougi .".no 1. iters wire rent ami i provide the cltv or Nee,- Vmli with in only tweety.foft lesroiili-d. many l.-t-; .,niiiai in ii.oliile f..ne m addition to 1. 1- were received favoring th phim the, .,, r.K11p f,V(. ,,., ,)f r,.,,, ,..r. wnleis piom-s ng io .iiirnu next i lies- Tuc. lav n gilt's illlll Miss .Morgan plan- to gie i dinner! to the oung men .1 weeit from t:et Tues '..iy The member., ate to camp In the summer U. S. SHITS TIRE 12 VULZS. I I shells llruppeil on I'ortl ttciillons . enr Molille h. Test.. 1 Moi.ii.k, March 14. The kilt letups . i Arkansas and .New v.ir. cirrjiug out' -erics nf forilllr.illoii- testn liehc.v Mu bile under direction of high ntllcl.il- of j I the War aril Navy depiirtinen's. stood ' twelve miles off shore to-day and by lu-1 lilitict tire diopprd I. and II Inch shells' i into a spceully constructed s.nid and; I 1 Oiicn li- loriiiicaiion. .veropi.ines ue.peu Lpivct the lire, iiign.illlng hlt and iniii,. ills- pholcgraphs nf the damage done Nobody but army and navy oitleeis w.'.s permitted to Inspect tlw foitlti-M-tions ,if! r the boiiilnrilment, and Its r'-ult was not d.vulgid The tests are' to fcrm the ln.-ils of recotuuieud it n,s for futilte defence legislation it . s it. : . J v- H FOUNDED 1 850 or Our new store, its many unique inno vations, and sprightly display of men's and boys' Spring apparel have met with appreciable approval from the thousands of old and new patrons who have honored us with a visit. Substantial increases in the daily volume of business have amply re warded our efforts in presenting a store conveniently located, comfortably and practically equipped and filled with men's and boys' Clothing, Motoring Garments. Haberdashery, Hats. Shoes, Leather Goods and Sport Clothes of unusual attractiveness. Special feature Children's hnir dressing parlor third floor. jf Brokaw Brothers 1457-1463 BROADWAY AT FORTY-SECOND STREET an T Wtrtd. BOWERY WAIFS HEAR i KRONOLD CONCERT 1 'Cellist Treats Dei-eliHs to i Highbrow Music They Cull for More. What I- the ue of hanging the ti.unei of a thoroughfare like the Mower), which has so far lived down Its am lent repu tation for toughness that It now nan paektsl hnusea to heir highbrow con certs': This U what Hans Kronnlil, cellist, wants to know. I.nsl nielli he gave a proKr.itiiini' at the ltower Ml sam. ni'ide up pilnclpally from Chopin, I l.lrvt. Verdi, Uoliiifu and I'licclat, which h ndnilttcil was highbrow. Not only I was the i Impel and giiller.i tilled to en j p.i.-lty with l'ie nte.i i torn tin -trecl, but tie crowd Ftn)nl und .a'li.l fur moie. Mr. Ki'onold. who In the past has Ftioiigly advo-'.ileil a strictly American opera hmse for producltig In Kngllsh tho work- of American cimipocrs, iuiie for wapl lust night wl'li ii plan to train fl chorus of the H.iweiy ileielh'ts. They uould not tour the .ountry ,'liiglnK Hulil id lilni. ball.uls or "The Itnwiry. the llnwery." accordlag to Mr. Kruiiold, but e.nuM fhig oratorios at Carneglu Hall. "I hae two dreams," he smIiI. In talk In to the men. "Mile ij- tn fniMi a great chorus of you unfortunate .i.fii, and the other 1- to rci weekly frie coii'-ertM of good inline glien on the llu.iiiy. If t can only live long enough to conduct such a horns I think I could die happy." Ml Kronnlil rild that his plan would furnish a means nf livelihood for the men and at tin same Mine do a grrt dial for the uplift of the Howery and the men theniselv.s. "When a man lor..). Ill- moiuy. hi- rsv rltloii and his fr!mds." he sail, "he has not always lost his soul, l .id ns long as he has that theie is hope fur him. There Is as much ppoi tuiilty for tltcllnj talent ii 1.1 ability among the unfoilimate men on tlu Howery ar among liny other .-lass If I uin glvei' the upporlunlty I will show the world how ilo.l's own chll- tiren can sing "Hut, Mr. Kropuhl." It v.-ns snld, "the population nt 'nn Hower;. U-l-'ng hoiie pi ,, .hlftiug oil" What ale you going . , ab ml h.il "' -if ,, ..ome: jnig m in hoi- lo, io t,j. hoiu I irnp " he replied. t,1e would mo: drift about o." Tiico wet. .'.iir.e i liei r wli-n b was miMHiinvo Hat tcfles.i.lie: ts would be ,ercd in the basement .ft-i the ton er r: AeM ns .Ml K:-..!.ir!i1 wire M s- Idella I'..itcr'-cir fopr.ino, liu, Tu lernian, b.uytime. ,i d Will am I .id. p.anlrt. M- Kriv.oM r is pl.ned '.n I ie nu ll W the misstoii for i ip nber ! ycai-. ORGANIZING AIDS OF POLICE. Hume l)elinei l.euuni. I iitnpii-icit of I Itlreus, lu lie Trained. ,..,..., ,H (l, ,,lr,,,z tl,.. abso, f the State i.illlt'a It i- tin iiutgmwth of prepa:ediie-s plan', proiuotid by Com missioner Woods and wa- uiappid out Miy luspei'tors Henry Cohiii. John iD'lir'cn md Frank J. Moir:. i The leagiif will le made up of a com I p.my of rift:' citizens lu inch of the police ptecltiii- ot the gi uter illy and when fully urgaulreil will Include n oou "'" ''"" ' ":-il'-"d".s ..I- Ulllllng rigul.tily now ir the Hath lie.nh. tr.iwns iP.c and riudiing pi.nn.t.-. T. ,.,,. i,ni, , i niul from time lo tune to li.iln thr'usclves for duly In I a cilsl- The i.ipt.ilil of .1 pre. 'pet will ' , . ie in ch.ngc nf the conii.ui lu that t The liu Ir'n Hull will Include training I i polk iiiitle- .ud nillltary lillln ami If a company deslns it ph) sl at tiatnt'ig .md callstheiili' "1' I- distinctly iinileistii.nl " the sp- pllcallo'i ld..'iUs si I foith "ih.il mcin- biT.h.p dm - ot uitiile or copifir upon any mcnibei i ol . e ;nicci' of ,n i ilinl eei pt Will', lltiiaillled II- I ,ic. ,al po lici-ip.au and 'hu, iml) dm-uy tin ti t urc of apiiob in i ol ' 1 4 1 Warn ! ! I 1 i . e. 1 .'. s ' . i t.fot