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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916.
GAVE WOMAN HER HOSBAND, SHE SAYS But Hp I'rovrd rnlrnr to St?r onrl Lovp. .jhmt Wife of Dr. Curl I'ultlu. NAMING OF SCHOOLS CAME ONLY AFTER HARD FIGHT ACCUSED WIFE SAYS ACTS WERE CONDONED FAINTS ON STAND IN SUIT FOR WIFE'S LOVE REPORTERS IN FROLIC WITH GOV. WHITMAN GIRLS, GUARDED, VISIT FATHER IN HOSPITAL Second Wife of Vphi y, B. Bccklcy ()lijpp(i.i t() Presence, They Hrlipvp,!, Quigg Shown in the Act of Using the "Secret Stairway" at Capital Annual Dinner Follies Include Presidential Boom. Members of Board of Education Overruled Objections n,m.P nm wife Fllo MeCiiiHlleHS Tells How LoJer Won Her AffeelloiiH De fence Hint's liltickmuil. of Joseph Barondess and Others Historical Titles Favored and Scientists Honored. I H voire ShIIs Denial by Ciur.iiiiinVnt Nnmed. 6 . THEN St' EI) FOR DIVOKCE The ftory of a devoted wife who tried far two yeara If) vhIii In regain lir hue band's love after another woman, a nuree. In a Hrooklyn hospital, had flatly refused to dertd him belief Unit to do, Htld ghe Mm tip; thru iurrei to the other woman In the It whs right and proper ro finally eued lilm for divorce on learning lie wan untrue to the aec ond woman In contained In papet. tiled In the County Clerlt'ii office, In Hrook- tyn yesterday. Mre. Kllmbeth r'tildu hrouihl null against Dr. Carl Knlda. a tlrookbn surgeon, now living ut 1179 llushwlck avenue, and the paper riled ronUln nn order hy Huprema Court Juauce Scud Her In which Dr. Kulda la directed to pay his wife, 125 n week, alimony iind $250 rounset fee pending trial. Mre. Kulda. who liaa lived at 325 Clifton place ulncc, elm and her husband peparalcd nioro than :i )enr ago, Isr glna her Mory by telllm: of their mar rlage, In Drill, German), on Augul IS, 1905, or how a child, years old. win horn Irene I... now n to them, und how they lived happily lived happily at 117c Hushwlrk avenue until the spring of inn. Mre. Kulda ettyti that after many I Ren to nd the ruueo of hi. cnl,1ne. j ehe finally became convinced th-.t her husband wa pu)ltig alt'iitlotis to n nurse In a Brooklyn hopltal, In wilch her hUhband la :i mirui'on. .She hdit for i the nuree. m.j contlnue. moihk "Tho nurse came to me. I lieem-d her not to tnl In the wuv of mil happl- nPB. he ea l 'lour mitiiund H'lii nw ( that h. w.a very ii.Ii.ppII) marrlcl. hut th.i if I ,.,ii,i .n,.k ir. i.i.n . nmil.t , reform and be u prfcii kim-.o man. I have raed hint ami I will not yht him up.'" Mre. Kulda decided to let the nnree. have hr hichnnd, rh ((-'tted, but vhen ehe iH-ame rmivln I that he was untrue to the tnir' well as, to her pelf that "hci w Ki'lnc, not wllh a woman, but with women" "he enured the action. HAD ONE HUSBAND TOO MANY. forced hy Hrvnlvr to Murr?- . -. Explain Mr. Wnl.h. Gertrude K. Walfh. who .idmlt having two Mil hand. yeat,'rd:iy ailvanccd III novel plea that th wcoml forc-I h r I to marry him nt the point of a i:moI. i She was tcMlfylng before Supreme Court Juetlce Munulng ami i Jurv In Brook- j lyn a the defendant In a ml' fur dltorce ' brought by William M. Waleh. riiarbt- I Beller. second husband ami coripondent. ' wan ii wttnce alro i Mre. Walh alrt Oie met Helr Long lle-ich while wot king In a hotel cash!r BellT was :i hotel cltrl; She was Intrrvluctd to him as married ' noman. ehe J.ild Heller een ivet Walsh . on one occasion nhn Walsh called at SI Prospect place, where Mre. WuUh m i then living with her mother, to lake their lT.vnr.nia i!rl t.rtri,H nnf fnr .. walk. Iiespl'e thle knuwlclKC, Mrfc. WalMi sayr. B'ller tool; i it to Hoboken on No vember 1. 1MI. prmluced a rexolver and .ild, "Now remembr, voting lads, you are not In N'e York State Yo'i are In my power .md I am ko'iik to many juu. ' Bller dn!ei- -br reoUir II. ny. fjn the comr.i'i, i'i.i Holiiien a Mi Wal'h'h own Mige.-'ion, ;ih the wanted a secret nnrrpiy- The him nmt to the Jury lat.. 'n 'he afternoon A ev.ilcd ver dict was- order'd. CORESPONrEVT AITS WIFE. nr AIMin It itm'lllnu rtinrKe I'nrt o! Allinnii? I'lea. In applylne eeled-i .n liiooH) -, lor alimony I ndl-ie trial of htr enlt for divorce from Kr.ink L Hllllni.-h'i.n. . teacher Id Manual Training H'kIi fohool, Mr. Jei'e It. Kllllnghiitn Mibmltted an affidavit :ieertcd to huw been tinde by a MIm- I'leln .May Tl lei, nutnrd n coreeponde'it. In the aflld.nlt the wlfo'e chargen me tuttnltted The H'llluKhami- wire married In lsMi nd have two children, 1'iank and llarr), II and 10 eare old. AccordlriB tu the ;jlalntlrl. her hiiflund ab.nidomil her In AtlguM, I Mi. 'or Mies Thlel. She wm, forced, she aeMrts. to work tn a de partment etort Mr UlllliiBliani a.-ueR IiIf wiTu of Improper conduct with a nineteen year old youth, Joseph i, O'lA-ary. Mm. UlllliiKliam denies thl- charge, Jumlcf. Sciiddir ri-MTM-1 dt.-lnlon. rnntee Suit li llrnkrr' Wife, Mre. Margaret It Morgan, who "hatgiti that a tult for dlvorfe brought ni:am.-t her by H.ilph f .Motiran. ,i broker, ! the result of a conspiracy, riled a ccumtcr claim for divorce from hr Innliuinl ,. tcrday. She ,h,iri;. that belwi.en May I, 1MI, and lieeeinher last her inis. band wae guilty of tiilconduet with "a t woman known :i Mrs 1'1-ln r til ".':2 Brou d way, PRENDERGAST FACES FIGHT. John Klel tit It an for Fourth Ul. rlet KeleunK- unlnt lllin. It was annoiniceil yetenli that e. Benator John K sse ii ,s liti-hieil to run agalimt Cotnp!rnller 1'ii'iidi-i'K.ut us .i Clllldld.lte for lleleKatc to the Hepilbll. can nailou.il ioiientlou from the. Fourth Congress lonul district in KIiikn county. , I'rendergast Is a resident of tho Sixth district and III name was pl.ned ,n the ticket In the Fourth, when otiu if the regular cand'diieh declined In Inn tavor. Frlendt of Kissel i lass l'rendr gafct aa u "I'arptt-biiggir ' and du not want him b th-lr repreientatlvo it Chicago. SEA TRIP TO TELL HER TROTH. Cither .Vnnaell, DnuKhU-r of Actrraa, tn Marry a Hans, Esther Nunsen. Is yearh old. daugh ter of Hetty Nnnen, tho actress, who arrived esterd.'iy by tho Scandinavian- American liner I'liltml S ales, said sin: . had merely come to tell her mother that j she was going to marrv 12, ti lleptlileii, i "ono of the best young buslines men of Copenhagen'' and that then rh was . going right back to him on tho next boat. Tho gill said she was not going on the stage, but would stay at home and take care of the bridegroom forever aid ever. Klh nn Tmin It.iniU Hill I'rueil. William Hamlin Chlhle, chairman of the Tax Heductlon I'oinnilllii'. tent 11 letter vciteiu.iv to i.xuy Senator from Greater New York app. all UK to lilm to vote against trie mil passeil by Hie As sembly appropriillng ji.iinu (100 for local town roads. He argued that this measure would cri New York city ap proximately ll,41,iW. The. telectlon of name for puhllo e.hoii! In New York wan not accom plished without much difficulty on the part t tho Board of Education. In deed, aome members of the hoard, In cluding Joseph Itarondeas, ro cmphutl rally opposed to naming the echoot ut all. Mr. llarondi'.Nt'bellevea that It U un democratic, unworthy of America and that no luimo can be f-elected without giving offence to wme of the people In whose dle-lrlct the echool He. He In minced, for eiimple, that If the name nf u oitholto were given l a echool the P.-olfotmiU might protest, that If a I'rot-1 eetatit numc were aelected In a Catholic J dletrlot the Catholics: might object ana that If a Jew' name wero ud both ot tho former falthV udUMitrii would bo likely to denounce the choice. "I believe ttuit It la very unfortunate." eald Mr. H.uotiden., "and that It will result In ti.unoi being changed eonttmi ally Suppose a Democratic board rntno In and wanted to chnngc tho Ue Wilt Clinton School to the Itlchard GrnHer School. I am emphatically against It. John Whflan. another member of the Im.ird. e.tld. however, that ha thought. Hide were only a few d.ssetitlng volets I,, ii.a itoi.e.l ..nd that uch objections a .),., ruli-ed by Mr. H.itoiiiicmi were ni , j,.. ,vpr;, considering. laroffa at Objection", , ,... of thoueht ,.bi:,'u.ll.mJ 11,! n'l pie!" much ot It. he .aid. V u can t plea. It le a go..d thing for the rhlldren to have the name of dlFtlnguh-hcd men connected with their i-choolti." I The tlrnt conelderntlon In chooe'ng the name wa to pick one that had om " ' . ... thtr wih ami If here wa n on tel Iher. cIiomii the name of eomc one wno au tlcuicd In the lile'ory oi me cuumu. or of k clentlat or an educator. Tho name Toppeiihueen for rchool No. 5f l.i Outens waa chonen becaube It was tin name of an old College Point family which nwntd much properly there years i go Public Schoo No. 10 in .Mannai- r.i! It. mime. l,t-ori W Wlngatt; .,c.iii-c "en Wlngate went thtro when .. i.m- libit,. School No. 31 tn Man- hattuu wan named after the talc Patrick V MeOowan. formerly 1'reeldent of tho Hoard of Aldermen, hecaupe that wm hie dletilct. 1,11 of lloll Nrn ,'ime. tiw full tin for all live boroughs fol- iottf. The namee followed by a dagger have not yet been oecioeu up"'" board The othe havo bi.cn approved. MANHATTAN -ho No Sim' -hnol So Nirni Outturn tire . Ilsiin llutscri j II i 1 souihrr- 1.iii.t 1 Wl I Mil lid Mel Vt'iPO : 1,1 ! lr 1" ortm , i,forTTrimt!t KMnr.1 Vartck j John Jjpr tl M. Nlli"l II Williim T. llm IS Cosir' 13 Jme t( l.tJrtle B Olney U Motiree H ,1'mUIi H ZibeH' kte 1. l,a li John Wimhrop ii Willuin M ii Vor-iC. ; .luhn IM) It imllton K'.li .. I'nr .lo"lir ro lumlt'i I Mount Me it i . V l.ll'.e , Cir1irl- .. . Cirl S-tiuri ll...,r. 11 .tovfll J ttll Manliittii' .Mo'Jtl . he'll' k Ism' i..!vit! Heir. A Ki)Sf- Willi im Marconi Wrrn Wei T brnuan Hiving ton Irfniii RIvijrMJe Wheeio.-! rir Dodie N V . Oram; i Usury KkWIs , f Hudson Pa'k llicinra ncnj Mansiu llridf, , Ciru. McConinek m!re S lrapr artiet KltiruVe T l.-n-J Itilttierli'rl i,rn ii-e'tr O M fvide ran'! vianen I'lUl Jon"' Verdi ', nturj Florence Nurhtln ; ik , Hisistlell Vlldte Huninnlai , Ma vi Mndley M 'irr.D V 01 .1 :t J! 7" "I h""l.l.. Ml'TO fier, Jo1!!! Neto Couril in-n S'nriitiMe l'dtriik 1" t,o jn Wd'um Wood riie'.ej ll ruun Hlrt.Ue Wendell Phillil'i TO'liliUlti. ililjre CimmioJore Birr:' llllis Ja Rj.sell Lowell Thoinaf lltihrt r,HI'.i iil:i Writtil Jiih ir.n K p'er Hi,.', limilieur l.,irbori! ti oto ll.innibal IlimOn Von Washli.jton IM.r Mlmilt la-ekmiti Hl'l . firm W Field IHury t.eou' Anislrriu m Kihin M en f.nuwtia"- . . Mai Hi i Ma-hitiJ-ton Vlttorli coioiin IMrlem i.io W Wirrate 31 10 41 4: u it i' iirti) jnil" Al'nian Mauli inaneilte i .'ohn'' I'arK ivulwb , Mlnnin Mev i;II.ihM Alir.mi . Hewitt Mi,rra Hill vo- ,'eintllll f,r3m v:ir,i Ho as Itiwooil -.alf-me Puiro) tiuf : piti'-uiisj 1A f4 t,in.ivo,iri r.- t,enre llniiTrtlt ,. Willi mi I- Mam I.oiiikii la-e S-nur-Ur .'. i.tace Azmlar ,t Jiilm Km mi i sswrd Pari. -. will-am MeKlnVr i,l II "til) O'Neill . CKari'. Mlinwr Ch'-'irA Aritnir 7 A. i hi . , IVf'.tntll It 1,1. Mfiltliew J KU.it Idi'iiird Hiker ,', a- i"i..lJer ;. Y M -Voti-et v; jo-ei.liHtr hl j'11 ;i Wm lMviton ; .l.i. nb T Hoyle i licxiiifton 1-1 l."7 W ,f ' 1 tct 1'9 17) r.i ti r Mile vl f l'rien Jlilill lla'-coell Ilj:inl T)l"t Col Fllorll. Jiui.s K. fMiUlvan liflawaj AmieT lo P. If :i Jims. Mtetl'oii Iiiir Hrldroniant lien Montfi)inrr Aiilubon Jnl a WM lloe puriel' Henr) .lain" Oil. UMl r loll traillltl Koer Hiimi II iel.1 Weh.le- H 1, Mcwmoil Feniiiinre I'noiwr Aim H.iinlHoii I.' 'mil nrr llenrj Rio K HKONX. Wm. I,l0)d f.a'ri rmirre Avenue Mnrrisama MilroM' I'-oinua Konl'i.iUI W.i Kr-n K(esbrl'te a.e Vanaa .lonitli'iii ti llM'-t )'fle Avenue It fh HmUe w, .(enssr wi'pxm.briiUe Tli-ur'. Ne-.'li Wake Held l-it, lalalitt :i -on II 'lnioi'. -Tn-.-s- ) (Ill- Van Neat Krani !.' liilr,ii!,.'it p.iUer xvilliat list, Knox Lonr-ond Prnsi'Si t Ale riarsinniit .Inns Hrone',1 David i Varragu' Paul Ilntlinsn Kdrar All m Pue .inhn K.ii'doliih Joie.ili H o d I'l.m III iMe lliieriiiile Clnra n.irtnr J.a K Pnildltu Thrmiiia gl0ltoti Mieh.el Karadai't lntirtiile Caleb (.'ut'dnat Fr nii'i" W' P.irksrl w!,iu .-,r,i V:ra estnn t'hari"- .latiirs Pox leu shernlan IVo,,.i.-ii, U Phil Kearny tttirii.'de Ate st M.-irV. Pari, xiniitii Hope I'm I Mnrrir Wnltnn BROOKLYN John Adaiut Itereu U. dtiinl ('lias A behuren Mrl.ailsliHn I 'ark Nathan Hale John Jay Hntiert Kultnn Prii-K'. t Hill Peter Houffl Waihiurtont Kprl tire, lie Calvin Patterson Cliv Park hsberme rhorn las-nurd tmr'aly llsniy II, Woot. worth Mward llmh John W Hockley He V'os McKlhbin r.rsen point Old limbs lek lll.ll Ills re l.at.i.islle gulls') Agues Y Hum phrey Jox lili Hod man Drake! t.'olunibla Wntn.lt So in I, I' Dupont llojl Thoa. ITeyward, Jr, Oliver II. rerry Uc-atur John MeNamee syliesler Muloix Hotjert Dniliu l Henry llrinow Jamea Weir V r a u k I 1 n W HiM)ir Coin on) Wall Wbltnuu l.rwl I'u Hum Is-Kalb Kraieea P.irkinan Partite M.lilstnn Daniel M.iiii'r John 1) WilU Nathaniel II a w thorne William Hilary Paolo Tnvaiielli Samuel Hani' a titosklnu Thotiixs W Kield XVliltela IUi'1 H.kr llora.e Dreelry irr'iiwood Hilmat J'-wcll 1 1 rml lord llluailale Herriinaii Henry W Muwrllt fisn. Lew Wallaet Klllotl KoKtuiko KycraoD s.iOo Mint Then. Mrttenoufh Kiln aril tltitledfa New Lota Wni J Morrison Ahnon U Merwln Eterirrcn tlroe Indctirndence William IVhti ttelh Thayer Slew, art. K t a ii t e line E. Whitney. Nentune Name M1a II Ulllrher Rllliard II Hlll.1 .tnhti Kncssou MiKlnlsy Pari. Ilen.,inliiirst Hatsa ISrkslilii Wm I (ia)iiort romplyea Wm a miller Park! Ille. Run by Charles O Dewey H. ilnlirldie II II Ml)C t'nrtelyou Wlnll. Id Siett I. u'y l.H-iiiin Mtrau.ihuti llavenieyer l.lnxilu Park Aiidi't w Jv kson Louisa M Ali-oll Isaac Ii ltrmseii llonkliit Ka.t New York rhrlstnnlipr Irrlnr Park (llenunod lloniecresl Witid.ur Terrace !en llirklnur Waierl) Franklin Warwick l'ltltln Admiral Sampion llarnintid Wlllnilvliliy Huh lleach Rodin i John lain Hen I. A. Martin Parkway Hirtk II Mllle 'm la-ffert Abraham IJneoln llnwnnil Ulrti I lillll riul llntiktn .on OttiKlon Marlboro st flair MeKel way Ken.intioit Ilotnswnisl Ki tl 5 H II l'i M i' L'nlonrille J Edf wan.lrom 111 Ihc Newton IM tilenmore Ednl O, Waril Irtiniiton firover Clrteland Vamlervoort Vmiderveer Pwk Klatbuili Hi 111 143 113 111 Hi 114 w HI K )l i ?7 9 y 10) 101 p; 10.1 l"l W. 117 to Albaii) Ave it; Henry H r w t n 111 Roverit Wm. II I'reteolt .otirfeltnw tlraveeeml Janie. I) Lynch Sheepheai May Mldwooit Cone) Island New ftrechl Py View Rorotith Park Fort Hamilton Hlyllielxiilrne Kdw. Kvirrtt Hale l3 Arunirion litor Strain Wh Ida Mruus ii) Mnnitor Al.-erunn 9 Villi Hir- LelTerta Park Tuaau Chauncey Rider PunrMe PI) mouth Ten Kick IH t'harlee L u d I r y , anirr Anieratisirt narren l.itnl l.lilnrilon Wm. 11 Harrison 17) 1 niirnam OL'r.K.S llunter'a Point .d MtnnTrlric ,V Fore.t IliKu , Dirmn Vanlnlt John II Tliiry ; AHorla r. John A Dit .i Hallfii. Cmn ,-.i Arthur Mlildletnii r harlra Carroll lllllslile Avenue John Murton J noli A Hits Morn. Park Wnodh in n I'niveralt) Plaiv lisdekee A'ono I Cornrll Cli-.lrr Park :' Smith iulv .tnN-re Pascal Oitonl Hnlrt Kvailf C.'inibriiUe P-t Willianti bur.-' fiov rTlntnn' William Cni,.r "oixtward A l amir Max M idler K.Hlir Kldai wooil Jams. . liarfild Krane.. t. wi, Hl"vill, Jem p.-od Hteh. i'r II inuuiitid It ii'eii.wiMi 1 femw "ii llil'tliiln-, ll.,t i Fitai.rxn J nT !erk Mlild'e tlli.r flie, . Klin lmrt M.om r1,wsieii f.'h.r:... p I,s. rl.'h Kui li.l I'avi J Pn.lrr Kl.twuod Ojanamt foren Park D'Uiilaeton I'lioel- t a- Wooilsid Jalne tl Tnltale 1eiin nt Moore Fjirvlea Lunna Ooron Marlee,. rramiK A Walker .1 I.ahe Hli li ,rd Proctor I ollsge Point Tallman Ponelihil.en John I) la-li llaxlite Cree,tmo,ir Julia H irenrd Woiidliull M Mban- lirin?tirlj Hos-d il- Fas llivli mat.' sinui1 Tfuii'ln:. ton rrwlieipn tl Wnivn Pim Uiw a Pari, P la.Held (5tl tiiore ltalsiey Prl, Iinll liouiie William Worda worth R sent on Taltnurd Lawn i HICIIMOM) Tot lent ille Plriuiioiiil Vall-j Pl-a-.inl PI iln. Krsi.eie- lliiaufnut .1- it.) Itn.s ' 'eienridis K.i". Wiiniti' PeVriea . 1 KOtrt riioin 1. lioiiaan i' Kaln.) w h'mer r, son . Po.-h.m!i Van.hrbllt ) li.-ulsl Ii Toinp- .1 Join iireenleif Wlntllir enr.e Wl'livn I'll-tl. p.,-1 lis iinnn,j Kim Park Ur uill-vills M .nn. r.' Harlsnr i,inrri Ills Hli mm field I'arf. ri't -nruirtitle liiclitunnil a I111111 (,'ornrr. We.trrl-uh 11111111 lir)llle ,ra ml an,j Pnt M'ad"wnnh llfir) W locuni New MrKhtnu Hleld ntvjanrr HONESTY IN CHICKEN DEAL. 41 mn 11 tinft llrtip Mnfrh, I t'a Denier, fict .letxelr). j Ml, Hstlier ID man of J33 Moniov I. II nt was arraigned Isjiote MaKlstiaic I MHrsh In the Toinbt rutin vestenlav Irirced with MealltiK u thicken from tho pnultrv stor.i of Hariy Kntz 011 the gioupd ll'ior ot the hous. whi'le she , ihes. "I waul to he honest und do what Is .light, onr Honor," sobbed Mrs. v. Ilium, "I'll tell ou Ihe truth. I .-lole the j chicken heiaus.! wv nee.hd 11 for fooil. I lo-t miiiic Jewelry and bad only n Utile mom ) leit, Hut In ordi r to keip 11 kooi name lor the Utile bub) ulihh I exi t ."on I'll pay llu. gentieinaii whin lie fays the chicken Ie worth." ' "It's worth n dollar," said Kai 1 Mts. Ilwnnn drew out 11 wotn ami 1 crumpled dollur bill and li.iuded It to i him j "Will joil wlthdruw the eiiui;e hoc. that shi him paid ion'.'" uskeil the' .Mnuisirale. "Not only that," leplled tho . ein-i ,1,1.1111am, us he pro'lin I'd 11 e,nht watihi and 1 haiu, "but I 11111 Kind to give In r tlit. watch which she ilmppcd In nn storn I put it in th" till to Kivn to her I when sho came In again." . SEAPLANE BREAKS RECORDS. Tlinllins Xlo'del Xlnkes h'J Vle on Hour In ni 'I'esl, Ithaca, n' Y. M irch ;:i--. mot iTlmmaB xi a plane male elglity-tMo miles an (mm In a pen! Icsl iccentl) con iluctid f.t lns irnla, I'la., foi the United Stiit.r n.ivy iiltlclals. 11 rd ng to i Htateitieni to-da) by W. T 'llioni is, 1 ptee'ih'tit of I ho Thomas llrulherr Aero-' plane Company of tbV city 1 This record seta a new American mark, , Mr. Thomas d'scovei'i-l tn-dat The best 1 ' previous "pod was sexenly-lHe tnlb-s an houi. made by 11 Mailln uiirhln.'. The , Thoniiis, model made In. piles an hour ' w'th the wind. Tho machlnn also nut the climbing und vlidlug tests and tens pronounced most satisfacloiy by tho Oovernment, It Is undcrstoinl 1 WESTCHESTER NOTES. Prank tl. Hethel, the. president of the New Votk Telsphnun Cnrnianv, Is the netvlv elected president of till! I III. me of Seals dale. The mlnlstira nt tits ehun his 111 Whlln Plstns 1 1 I V f Slirli'll all CXt.'lltilt ' Unite msnt for a "go 1 elutrih' iilau to li 1 rile I nut next Mitnlav John Ciltioun, ..iiniiiil-.liiiii'i of Pal' Sif.tv of the clu of Wilde I'l litis hi Hiked the nithorltte, in apo'iint a p c 1 lire chief II Is helleteil ill , I lll. ill I atentll.illy 1iie.ni that While I'l.illn. ti i I have a paid Arc Ueps rl nient. f'larenie tt Lsonurl brougbl mil ' fnrs Supreme Cmirt Jutdlre Xniing ,1 w 1, Plains In teenier 13,900 Jroni ynri llnlir reau nfid iis,,ige Coulev. .im . xecutur' nf the e.i.iie of the lai l,'l-i .luiiii I 1.1 of Viniker". Mr l.snn.ar.l Untitled Mill Ii acted aa private st-eretarj lo the deecdeii' front Pit to lull .md wis not mid The .iliniliil liilnillit nt tlie l).-iiui-ra Club ot W li'llfi er Coiliify till! In i I. at the Wuldurf Astnrl i I lot. I to in,,r night AiiKUKtns l li. im, i will lis tin- to i i master, and 'i le.ttinonlil ttlll he iireaantsa to Michael J. Walsh Tin upeiktra will ha Senator Hnllia of New llanipahlra. Use a tar OOorraan, Shsrlft Snltli of Now York county and Dudley rield Jlnlonc. Collector oi tho Port of New York. s,-hool A divorce Milt drought by Lieut. Will lam II. tlowne, p.'iymuiler In tho United States navy mid attached to the Hrnok lu navy yard, .'iualnt Mr, Marg.uet I 'imli HociiL', and a counter claim by Mis I low tie ng.iliiM her husband were disclosed in the Supreme Court yester day Mrsi. I'ltzaheth O. Kngeman of lit'. Kist Fifteenth street, Hrooklyn, who was named In Mre. ilnwne's counter claim, tiled :i denial of the chargen iiKilnt her and declared that hhn would culitei't the suit, The nnirrlaite of l.leut. and Mrs. . How ne In t'lcvcl.iiul on January IS, 13n;, 'was performed by IIIhIiop Williams und I In the presence of many persons so lally ; Pioinltient. Mrs. Ilownr, who Is a mem ber of ,i well known Southern family, la licensed of misconduct with I. Vernon I'arkcr, proprietor of hotel ut tlolyoke. Mass. Lieut. Ilowne asks the custody of hi" nlne.yeir-old daughter, Cornelia. Mrs Howne asks the custody of her tiinc-Ve ir- Id datuthter and of her two-)iar-old d.ui'.'hler, Margaret. She de cl.ites that her husband lived with her after he dlecoveted the alleged offencei foi wh'ch ho broiiitlit suit ntiil nccord- Iti.-ly condoneil lier acts. She uccu-.es him of Intlimicy with Mrs. I.'iixeman be. tueen O tohcr H and flcfobei S'J, 'J14, nt Mrs. Kneein.in'- Hrooklyn home and nlsii In Philadelphia. She also ti.imet Lillian Itian of ':7 West Seventy-third stieet .mil ii Mumaii known to her as "Anne Lieut. Ilowne la ,i member of th Lamba I'lilb. COURT HOUSE CUTS TO-DAY. Will It.- liieoeil If Heull) Periim. tieni, licnernl Hellef. The II.Mrd of Estimate nill lake up to-diy i hinges in the itrkxlu.il specltlca Moiis for tne new Court House ma-It to iiit ilowr the probable cost of that stllli'tll" T c cllincef lliaile ji) tile I Court House Coiumleslon will rrduci jpr.seiii e.-.timali y about I'.' ."OO.OOH sonic o Hie ,haiike melely providltlK that the evpeii.lltiiles for certain features shall 1- made when tho city Is in better tln.iiii lal condition. The suggihted i ti.illKtei were subniltted to the bo.inl two weeks ago and Mayor Mllchel and t'oniptroili r fretulrrgas' b.ive sal-l tli.n the) would approve the ch.r ti" 'f Hi. v anpc.ired to rinvr bona tide iidtiitioiis. Twctit) -live orgninza- o-is him Itiformc,) the Court Hon", l'o.ird Hut tin) will b, represented ut the ineetliik' tii-d.iy and that they favor lie rhange. 0NTARI0-T0 GO "DRY77 IN FALL. Heferendiini Mill Willi irtet.1 ttfinrii Fnim Till V.I Ur. I Tom 1ST' Jul M irch :3 - Ontarli i mil lit pi' ' '.ibl In September ii"i.. 1. 11 -t for two or thiee e tin- I'ci.plc vote on prohlbl- llt d ir it 11 ), ars tH'f, re lion , titadc 01 ta lUi. W .1 the measure melil had d i.iriii.ni to this eiitcl was Leu 1sl.1t ure to-d.iy by thi ll 1 who in introducing eil.line,J that the liotrrn. 1, led it would not bo ad Vleflhle lo like .1 ici'ereiiduni until tin- soldiers 1 utneil iroin tne war. No lb ruses will be issued or renewed after May 1 The Provincial Se letary alal.d that liMii'e holder would In given I HI Stpteltitier next to illapo-o of their stock. MAYO FAII5 IN SECRECY PLEA. XVIII He r.xiimtneil Pnl.llcl) In Ml lleo r'- sl'J" ll.OIMI Xellon. s: 1 .r. Hie I'olltt .tll-llce (iatek'.in )fs- tenl.iv ippolnle.l Ullliam A. MMjuald. ,xl'. putv Aitoine) l !nn r.il. .is r.feree to take the t''stitnou of Yirgliiltls St. Jul) in Max n. a lli.xeti manufacturer. 111 the sup 'iroiielit against lilm by Wtlheliiiln.) M.)er for l.'uV.OOu d.'im.icer. tor tiidiiruig her to marry him when be had a w I' liiitiL- Mm., asked Justice Oaxcgan to keep In- i x.un 11 tl mil secret because publicity a. Mild be liiimillatlinr to him and Justice .i.ie.ti er.mtiil 1 he request, but sub-e-qini'tl) .Mr M'l.'ll.ilcl auuouiiceil that be 'ad illiont)' to si that there would In. no M,.ri.cy about the examina tion WILSON CONSULTS OCULIST. 11 I lit il-1 tit Proxlilr lilm Wllh i;lrn l.arar Police Haaird. tsiilMiTos, .March S3. President il--i returm d to Witshlnstun this .ifeinooii in time for dinner after a 1-1t to Philadelphia tills tuimiing to ion 11!! hi oculist Tho President left Washington In .1 private car at S .311 o Inch Oils morning, and xvim nccom-piul-d bv Mrs. Wilson Pltn auki.I'IIi , .March 23. Tin- Prvsl ii nt'.s iriiln was forty minutes late In re.oliiMK lieie to-day owing to the loco. , motiM ilexi loping 11 hot box at IVrr) -j llle Md Tin train wai, backed to a ' t- il in: and another engine ua.i procured. Wli- Mr W I' on .il'rlv.d hero he had i tin' lais'est po.ice guard lliat evj-r at i tel. did 1 1 : 1 1 1 in I'hllaile'phia. JEALOUS, SHE KILLS RIVAL. Ixi'iiluck) Wmiian Hhool. Another In Pi-mi Over Yiiiiiik Man, Li.xim.iiiv. Ixy . March '.'S. Hcoaus. sin said u )oung man was paying too nihil .itteiiiloii in tlt.i Crrgory, Delhi Moiiioc stoppeil the litter as she was on .er wax luitnc to-day and shot her to d ,i'ii IC.ioil loiuids followed a trail from the ei e of the shooting to the Monroe l.ii ne. wleii the authorities say MIs Mmi.ioo .oiii'iSM'd. Miuiine, his wife und tun sons wen taken Into custiely. I NEW JERSEY NOTES. '111. Cl telhle Of llli'lliles ,11 I III! k-r.S.1 'k le,l III. 4.. r . I ,if lleiilll to I lose tin ii .,,ls t's.-r-i . There are nmt ii'l in.-, Tei, ie.iili'i li.ite iH.iirred rill C" Pate!--'!!) 'lrilgglstsl III re CQnvlitert .e.tei-iiit foi nri'si rili ng vx It Ii on t u diicio-s 1 , ens, Ant 'iiln Itulihio and Israel r.iia niill !)r. llin -I t.'io . icll Allgtl.t Pe.u!a fi ' .1 II' ' I" d II Th, M"," ill lio.r.l of S hoo. IWini.H.. ,aii'i-d,t .ii,rn!id a liond l.siie nf IZI.Oii'l to l.ul . I .old -tuns to Hie W iti-hinig echoal unit .l.e I'.iiar at.'iiue m-Iio"! and tn put. iliis. a p'.ogrmind In the H.lduln dlatrlit J ii K I " tin. i..i. u flagman nt the I in street irnssihK of tlie Mlaqllshanin H.illinid P.iierson strpiisd ruin hehlnri n slnti mot lug lielght train laat evrhlnc und his Htrii' I; by an expresa. Ho 'aa kl". 1 ini i.intiy V r afalalalaV alalalalalalalalalalalalalalaMaalaBlalK m W ! algaia gaTTTaTaTaW M See the Capital While History l MakinU y,a tiu ROYAL BLUE LINE .New Jersey f entral. Leading & Baltimore & Ohio Railroads Tills F.XCURftlON ALLOWS xhout nine liniir. in Wa.hlnitnn or clevci tionr In Halllmor. Waahlaftan waa netar man Intaraitiiig. Le W. asd Bt. llttu V M., Uberiy gt.. IJ:Ol taldalgiii s.turday uiot. Taltta oa tale woalc la adfaoc a, Clberty St.. W. 3:11 il and Jtraay Oily Terminal.; fCortliodt St., ait, il7. UT0, 14M0 !)', Now York; 4 il iTourt, l.. UrooUya Patmison, N, ,r., March S3. There was a sensation In court to-day when ttobcrt McCnndless. who Is suing CyniN .1, Lojsler of ItldKClleld Park for :.',.0n0 for ullcuutlon of hli wife's alTectlotis, fainted on the stiinil. At the same mo ment h!a slstir, AlltB Jcaliette JtcCiin dless, collapsed in her seat mid beenme so hysterical that she. had to bo carried out. The question which the ntlorney for the plaintiff, John M. 11. Ward, had Just iisked Mr, Mci'andle-s was! "At the lime Mr Lomler was pa)liif! attentions, to your wife, wni she acting towunl you lis II Wile Is expected to net lowiltll 11 husband?" Judge. Unit go S. Sller. on tint advice of County I'll) slclan Ann Billing, ileilaiid a leccsa for two hours. Mr. MiCundlesa wan evttcniel) nerv ous mid excitable mi the stand. Ills wife, who was stylishly diesseil In n brown suit and purplo tmiuc, sccuy-d per fectly at eusc. Mr McCatullcni lestllled tt.at In 191.1 Ills wife told him she had ieae, to love him mid prefcried laizler "h-ciitise he cave her mind times." He said lie I had asked a friend, John .1. Sentinel), to ' see Loiler and tell lilm to "have a heart." He had ii stroke of apoplexy when no hiard of liN wife's disaffection, he said. He friuuenliy leplkd to questions, "I ?at!tint t ellletlllier " There were more sensations wi en tne, dtfei.cn was prc-eiiti d. Mrs Lozlt-r ,nl mltted thai she had cIomI to Hrooklyn In l!'l"i with llany I. Vandirbcck, 11 Hiiliretlelil Park contractor, and us a re- I .nil Me l...l. r nn, I Mis Vuliderl eels bolh Kol illumes ileum,. Costello. who said ie Was a New Y'"k salesman. l.sl II, d that wa he. not .Mr. ii7.ier, who had called Mrs. Met '11111111-: 011 the I ti'ep'. one the time detectives and it steiioKrapher rn llilciilng over a tupped wis. 1'nder cto--exiijnl:iatlon he could not n member what tl n- versatloii was about or why h- coiisvnted lo pietenil I, was another man. Morris M, lierinut, tdilor of the Pali sade fix', said thai he had 1 1 it r , ! Mrs. Mii'ii!idh"" when the iilT.ilr Hist bc ume public- and she had said, "lb-fore we (jet throm;li with lh.it big boob lenlcr we wli" gel a lot of inoiic) out of lilm." iliorst l M.-mn- of Illdgellild Park aaid Mrs. McCr ilb ss bad warned him to "look out for .o.ler b,cnue he waa gnltik' around IF Mis llorimu"." Ho testltbd th it he uas 1111 lunger living with hi- wifi Tin- iieirng will probably be con eluded t-i-inorron-. PAUL DRAPER IS SUED. Wife fcl. In llliitrer Tt-ntir Mincer I'riini lliirxnrd, Paul Prapir Harvard graduate, and tetmr hfiiKcr of lecoutilri-.! ability, who lives at il Hast I'tfty-sen nth -tt.it. was sued In th. Supremo Court ).-ler-day for a divorce by Mis Muriel .1. Draper, member of u prominent family In Haverhill. Mass The iltvoiie suit marks the end nf 11 roiuainc that btk'.in when Mr I r.i p. r ml h!" wife were etud)lnir music nbioail. lie 1 a son of I r William II Draper, and after his graduation from Harvard In Poi'.i be vtint to Munich and .nroll.l at the Kotnt Academy 11.-. a piano stu dent Aft.r two jenrs he was ..ffheted with liillaiiimnlloii of the nerves of the hand, und beln com.tl1el to .live up the plann he ilelirtnlli.il to train his voice. Ills concerts and recitals here and abroad hate brought lilm much praise. Mr. and Mrs. Draper have In-en llxlni; apart for :t je.ir. She has b en maklni; her home a! ID! Hast l-'lfty.si-x.'iith stretl Mr. Draper dci lined to ill 'cuts the case. FETHERST0N WON'T RESIGN. Inat Ihe Milne Matin Xrnn,.il Oisr finrltiiui- I n 1 11 1 i ' Plum. .'Heel Cleaning Cotnmis-inner i'eih.r ston i!i I. lid ).sterilat tl.al lie had said he would resign railier tliaii sign Un order to install a garbage de-ttin tor on Staten Island Thl- statement n,i attributed to him h) Hotoiigh Pr.Mdent Van Name spi'ak lug at a mn-" meeting on Wnltusdav night In the Masonic Hull. Port lilrb tuoiid Mr Vail Naiiiii said "I heard to-d.it that Cominissinner Keatherston's rc-ignullon b,n , M ilritun up and that hi: would re-lgn rather than phuo Ihu destructor 011 Slnten Island." At the snnie meting, at which rep. rcsititlve Staten l-laniht- prote-ted ngain.-t tin- pioposnl lo eieet the plant In their borough, Aldet man Charles It Cole liitlmatcd that If no Injunction sue cecded ngalnst the ilt)'s placing the plain in Staten l-lnnd, llu 11 Ihe resi dents could do us thet did In 1 s r s. That was the )eat the Statin l-lnmirr-burned the qiiat antlnc t.'itln;i "There urn Hints when .ton bave to go beyond the hut." ho said. "I ran do Stele lllodle (d." READING HUYS 1.000 CARS. I, Mill, mill (inter In lie lliisbe.l lor 1 llnrl) llcllieri. Pini..tii,:f.i'iti . Much -Tu nht.im equipmei'I xx un ttiiiih to ttiiet the .Ii-niand- of -h'pp.rs the I'luladelpbi , and Ite.olliii H.iilro.ol li.ik ,,!.,,.,.i ... ll.SOtl.uiifl for 1.0(10 fielgln eats, ....eh off I iiO.Omi pounds cipaclt) The ens will Is' of steel of the hupp, r t)ie foi carry llig ixi.il. Til" Stallilaiil Steel Cir Cnnqiaey re ctli.il an oilier for f.nn ears atni the pressed St.-i i t ii Comp.iiit i- i,, bqiid t the iitii.ilinlcr Dilitiiirs will 1 lt I ttwllas.t 1 iif tin1 'MIC .tic l.hil n.tli. HURRY CALL FOB LA F0LLETTE. I, ill's ill i en il 1-iilllli-nl I'eiioi.,, Ihniuer of HrenUdoti ti. WAStli-M.lMN. M.lich "H ii.iinr I I'ollelte of Wisconsin has in cn siimnn.iivii ' ,.u,., ... ,, r ",, .i.itisers Il.'i-lllse of the sltu.itloi t al ha, rlei 'op..r thcti, Ihri'iletnng the N inlnr's hold nn tlie State ill legal t., the 'lil.-.iun conten tion. Senator La I'olli He is p, reiii.iin awav until aflei Hie inniirlcs. wlr.-li uli ti, place on Apni fi. lie i. i..ng 0pisei by How Phlll'n. who rnuleil ihe Seim!, In the caiiipiign for dummi iho )ttit ngo. SUNDAYS r MARCH 26th aT T K aWJaVaa-aiVaaimi AND fc APRIL 2d ALLAN), Mnrch 113. -lov. Charlea H. Whitman was) sent to tho Republican national convention to-night on a special train, wllh u warning from hln friends, the newspaper correspondents, to "watch your step"; Lemuel My Quigg wan caught In the ai?t of getting Into tho 1 inventor's prlvuto room at the Capitol by wiiy of the "secret stairway" 1 Sena tor Hubert It. Law son of Hrooklyn wan Invited to enjoy the free use nf private telephone extension.! ; Jivm Cronin, tho riotoi loue. poisoner, wuu discovered throw ing the tlovernor'H llnanclal budget lulu miiip, and lots of other things happened nt "The legislative Kollleti of 191." put on to-night ut the Hotel Ten L)cl( by the newspairar correspondents. The annual dinner of tho reporters wai pcrhapA the most elaborate, affair ever staged by cotreepoudentH ut the Slate Capitol. They took the Governor's big reception room bodily but of the Capitol. They had an artist spend two mouths reproducing the Interior of that apartment, and the work was faultless. It even had Theodore Itooscielt breuk lug out of the frame of the famous plc turn on the left of the entrance to tho Kxectitlvo Chamber, demanding a seat ut the dinner. Tho promoters of the "I'ol lies" had the ptogratiuneH slate that It was "A Hot tie of lloomu. Itooze, Hudgeta, llonuu-H und Hackstuiis." mid none of the tlx u whs omitted. Tho corridors of the Ten Hyck wer llllcd wllh campaign banners old und new and cabaret girls drensed for milder weather, advertisements of ambitious! polltlclatiJ and national convention ad vance agentK were mixed In the decora tions ..ml fun which turned tho Ten 1!)Ck topsy turvy long before vur)body In official life with Influence enough to be iiinong thoso present gpt acatcl In the banquet hall. Marry Call for tioxemor. Tlien Charley Hand of the H'orW, president of the association, discovered that fiov. Whitman wits absent. A hurry call waa tent fur the chairman of the reception committee und lie w.w told to hurry to the I'xecutlve Mansion and get the Coventor, Tho lights went out and th' moving picture operator showed the hasty search, in all Ita details, for the Oovernor and the rapid Journey to the hotel from the Uxcoullve Mansion. As thn lights went up the C.oxernor In real life appeared and he received a cordial reception. ThlngH happened very rapidly there after. All of the diners recelxed sou venirs id the form of a golden l:ey to "the secret stairway." While thesa' were being distributed the guests sang an ode to the key, to th" tune of "The fild (i.ik. n Hncket," the chorua of which ran as follows; When 'julxe inmo to town on a xum s!,,"'iin mission, lis iisvtr gor- up to the Mr offlc doer. Hat - Ipa throuxlt th hallway and Knocks for admission t an Innocent room that l on the llrsl 1or. II,. up. 11. lh door and he ehuts It b'hlnd blm Xml talks m som-tooy that waits In th clou m Ma' hi I 011 the nialre ay, where Thomp son can't find him. The Kiairwa) that lcda to th little ti 1 -k room Tin- old secret stairway. The handy old stairway The .talrway (bat leada 10 the tlov pri vate room. "Senator Law-son. Senator Lawson !" cried .1 page boy. who. upivn locating the Hrooklyn member, staled thut he was wanted on tho telephone. "You neid not disturb yourself, Sena lor," said the pniildlne otlirer, "you can get 1 free extension phone lure." Suddenly the lights went out and the potllKlit found a convict sewing. Tlifii all hands sung a "Sew. Sew So' song that went to the melody or "Row, How, liow,' which depleted Tom Hninn, ptl.ui reformer, catering to the whims of Innocent convicts. In the m!dt of the fiftlvltlra a correspondent received a tip" from hl paper that .! an Crimes, the soup poisoner, wat working wt the Ten )!y It under an wumed name. A poll eman n.is called and Crones was rlra.ged forth. He explained, that nil he threw In the soup whs the c.ov ernir'h llnanclal budget. When he ex What Kind 100 PURE plained that this was done nt tiio be hest of Senator Sage, the prisoner was released. William .1. Ilryan broke In and Insisted upon making a peeeli. Informed that he wai not Invited. Mr, Ilryan Insisted It wno his specialty to go where bo wasn't Invited, und he talked. The gtiesta broke Into "Tam many," and referred to such dlgnltarlea an PreAldcfil Wilson, ex-Oov. Clynn. Senator Wugncr, Sheriff Al Smith anil other Democrats. j Ciixernor Off lo t,'hlco. At mi linexpeeted moment the un iii.unceiiient ua& mndu that Gov. Whit 1111111 could not teslst the temptation to quit the dinner und hurry lo Chi mgo To the air of Cohan'n "80 Long, Mury" the leimrtorg gathered about the 1 Coxenior's impersonator und sang: 1 I. I The fjn.ernor j H'a awfully nice of all )ou i,ov9 to see me. to my train The llspnrt.rs I Ho Ion it. ('hurley. 1 Tin- tluternor ' Hut 1 suptiu.e inat some ut you don't want ins bark uxaln , Tb- llenorters Vnur're ttrotix. Charley, The iioteriuir 1 have won sntno fame lo Alban). I deasrve .1 place In hlatory. And I can't dark the Presidential bee really must be tiff. CHOIICS illy the Heportrrr). so lung, ' barls), "barley e win miss you so lOb, Charley), so long, 'harlsy. now He hate to see you so: I'or the gang la p'annlne now to f-aai" you, Watrh your sient So lonx. I'hnrlsy, note te Hate to see you c- II. Th. Hsportsrs You've bleu h eorkln" tin. Mi j ... 1 ) o'J ought la stay ut home, n I is lit litre, I'birlcy. llecause we fear that something Queer will get ynu wlill you roam Stay hnmi, Charley! o-r and (llynu hate slipped you phony cuo, 1 ni uoici use 10 see you net tne oiuea, Hut we all know jou'ro only kidding Huialiis We hate tli e, ynu gro. CIIUHL'ri lily Ihe neporttra). III. The tiovsrnnr I know there're many fandlilats- bat 1 hate awl tn e.j The Itaporttr So l.inx. .'barley The vloternor Pee sot a hunrb that In the autich why, 1 might hut-e a sho- The ttrpiirters Oh. no; I'liarleyl The iloternnr -That lluirh.a talk la bunk. I rill agl. Hut If. K--i.t stiitr tn get publicity And keeps th" spotlight shining bright on me I reutiy must be off. HIH'HAI.V (Hv the fsoternnri .o long, eouiradss. Hsineiiihsr me to William II. So Ion, eoniradt's, Itemember tne In IMgar T, Tell ihe ciirlttlau Temperance JJnlon mm- Iter." I'm wiib them, So lima, enmr-.iles. I'm leaving w It h my CHOItHS (Uy so long. Charley. old frlrnd Lsni the lteportcrs). Charhy. ue wl 1 nil's you o (Oh. Charley). mi long. Charley, How we ba.e to see yo.j gn; Cor the gang . planning now (0 fratnr you, W atcli )uur stejil So long. i'hary. How we huts to see vou g, lioo'i-by: g'K, ! !, kom,I-I,v So long, CM.ir.et, The) aro oni kidding you. .senator Corge V Thompson was pic tuied as "King Thomp-oii," the man who would eventually succeed Charles if. Whitman a- Coventor. The "King" stat upon a thrum . appropriately robed and wielding a club lie w.isi loud und dic tatorial. He snapped al ttie wltneM,e.. hut bowed sweetly to "Mr. Morgan" when the latter was called upon to t -If). Pit all) "Hoiius," a bit; )tdlow .log. was tall,-! in the stand ami asked questions vhi.'h the "King" promptly niiswi-eel to best suit the record. Finally Hie "K'lig.- taking; a glaes of wine In 0111. htip.l ai.d a mirror In the other, drank the h. ..Itli of "th.. next floveriior" A man who announced that he was "Charles I" Miupli) of Tammany Hall" got up from the iabkF and deunnded that such Democrats a. Hob Wagner md Al Sni.th quit the dinner "This Is no place for the gentlemen of Tarn many," said Mr. Murphy. "There are to" many rough neck rtcpuhllcans present " Mr Murphy Insisted that the. Itepublic.ms. .lh'n't know how to run the Stat", nt.ywny. that ttey attacked their Governor in an underhanded fashion. of Bread Does Mother Like ? WARD'S BREAD Why? Because it slices clean without crumbs and but ters without breaking Father eats bread what kind does he like? Again, WARD'S TIP-TOP BREAD. Why? Because it makes delicious toast, crisp, golden brown and appetizing enough to add zest to his coffee and eggs and make him enjoy his breakfast. Do the youngsters like TIP-TOP? Do they! Just watch them at breakfast, dinner and supper and hear them ask for "some more TIP-TOP, mamma, please." Notice, too, how they can "put away" a couple of gen. erous slices after school hours. Do the youngsters like WARD'S TIP-TOP BREAD? They do so does mother so does father -to does every family that tries it. Another good reason why mother in particular like? it is she knows it's CLEAN and PURE. Father knows it's "there" with the taste and flavor and the kiddies just nat urally "take" to it. Stamtoup, Conn., Murci . . Margaret Ileckley and M - n Ileckley, daughters of William ril I. 11' ie.-, u luioot;. ioeit:.iaio ill t ,'i ex-prcsldent of tile Cham nf i"o, mcrco. visited their d.siim f t i,r n 1. Stamford Hospital tn-dat nn,, , d M of Constahlea Andrew Sclili--h(w. g ',, Iluarli Oellnger. They paid a simila, vlelt with the same guardian. .1.1 ,,ji. "The constables were pr. sei t, ,ji 8tanlty T. Jennings, attortu-v for tin young women and their moiiier Mr. Hculal. B. Ueckley, divorced wiv nf jp Ileckley, "hy my advice to pro v young ladles, aLso lo gain tin, pnn . of their sick father by force. 1 n, 0(. iary. The mother of th" )oung a,n, nought my advice becatne ohje 'ion j, raised by the pienent Mrs. lb uitv ' their presence In tho sickroom vnt he objects I don't know The continue to have a nonstable in attend nice while they visit their father" The young women visited tin t,,,,. on Monday anil the present Mr.. lUrk'n learned of their ptciencc, Yest.-tili.t p,, first Mrs. Ileckley and her datisV.s-. sought legal ndvlc". Tho present Mm. Ileckley a id ,., brother, Kranels Clll, who 1 -t n, nt the hospital, declined to-mg ,t to Ui cusa Ihe case. Counsel for them a.tt ttuit no far as he knew Mr. II. siev i prestcd no dcslni to nee hi- ding is . Tills was denied by Alton net 1, ,. who nflld that he h'ld expre- id m, ,t , desire. Mr Ileckley's condition n cm .,1 Ih a Yato graduate, the son of ih. 11, Kllhu Heckley of New Hav.n Tl.i Ueckley family Is wealthy .1 i.J pmi tient In New Haven. The lira Mr Heckley and her daughter!! were jrom. nont uoclully here, wher tiny In,,) t. yeart. WARNED LORIMER OF CRASH. Vler-Prrldent Jttolr xfonej a '('hoaka,'' ,y Iteieltrr, uiiiCACO, March '.'3. "l warned Mi Lorltner that his bank facfd r.jif told him of the faulty opei anon , t unsecured loans and eald C. M. .M'Ji'iai waH Incfllcient." This was the testimony gHc t 1,,., by .Tamest It. MrDouga), governor of t Chicago l-'ederal Itcservc Ham. lm . the stand In the court of .ludgr p, . to testify against ex-Setintor UP an. Ixirimer, accused of cun-plra y n o" ne'tlnn with the closing of tin- L.i .-'!. Street Trust and Savings Hank The warning, said Mr. McD0ug.1l wi. given after he had made an evirr.l'. tlon of the bank and illscov. re.i 1 , nearly "0 per cent, of Its capital -va. ii unsecureil loans mado to ullinr at.t dlrectort. Receiver William Niblack. cnntinui-s his testimony, reiterated thai 10 .r a the. books thowed, tne former Set n had no knowledge of dishonest f, action"). He paid that the failure m caused by tho Inelllclency and t iff Vice-President Mun.l.iy, who st-le !" bank's funds In "big chunkh.' a - " ' tng to the wltnesa. GOES BACK TO DEATH HOUS, Montlmnainn Has Ten rl 11 1 Parlies With Wife. There was a tearful parting: ,"r Hide District Attorney Swuiin last evening when Gnetano Mot - ...m under sentence of death for murdf- i" leave of hm wife He will re'-im morning to a cell in the death Ii a Sing Sing prison. Montlmagtio. v convlcte.1 of klllln.- Michael ;.i' -' political lieutenant or Thoma 1 r 1 Tammany leader of the Se,-or l r-y district, was brought here fn s r Sing two weeks nun. At that time It was annour 1 he was willing to e all he kr v- , the conspiracy lielilnd the hill is., marl. He went to the oihce of i Irlrt Attorney, but it wn- ! in. to tako a statement from h n 1 time. His own case 1- sH'l His story. It Is ldlextd nv licen against Michael Hofrano 1 deputy in the IVp.irtmei - Cleaning, who Is a fugitive 'r. on a charge of murder "! was tho hlrisl man In i r ' Gatmati. Buy it from your grocer today.