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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
ROCKEFELLER GIFTS TOTAL $1,342,561 Tlmi Amount, flops to I'nnffll tofnl Orfranizntions From l-'ntinrlnfion'g Income. FACTIONAL STRIFE NOW IS DISTURBING CANADA RECORD ARGUES FOR DELAY IN HEARING WOMEN FIND GENIUS HELD IN BLACKWELL'S PRISON Si PUBLIC OWNERSHIP OSBORNE'S PLEA Johi; Bilingual Fight, Munition "Graft" and Prohibition Wave Rolling Over Provinces Stir the Country Recruiting for Allies Is Affected. Three Hundred Members of Monday Club Hear Con cert by Prisoners Cells Show, Too, That Art Lives Behind Iron Bars. Only v Io (Jive .Ipisc.v 1'uli Hc Clioi Mfflit, Sn.vs Oulipr nntorinl CiiuiHilnto. -liisticp Tompkins 111. -Motion to Kntl rmmomlity Clmrfro "loos Ovpr. Excursions maim: nv noxoirs wish Tli tlmkefoller Foundation )estcrday irad public (ho list of "personal" dona none hin.lc liy .lolin I). Ilocltrfcllcr dtir , ,j PI" tli.- total of which amounts Tlif l.i'gcst Item of tilte list In $570,. ..p?.:i. .1 gift to tin? Itnckefcller instl till' for .Mrcli'-al Itrsearrh for buildings. nr.,1 I Hi' smallest In Jril, given to tin) WeiK'iii: Women's Protective Union. Tie p.iwuehls were ntl made by tlio fttu.iilatmti io iirinlllllaud organisations i.piti I'" designation of .Mr. Locke fe'Vr, who stipulated as a condition of 11. iioci.ihip.immi gift to tli. foundation thai from the income of Uie foundation t r sum of L'.ftuv.vvu mutually, of an mi; It tlteicof a I shall designate, shall wpl.ed during my lifetime to such ape. InV object it I may from time to I' i e lit tt.1." The llt follows. All I Sinai .settlement .. , uijnooo An.r .in ilai.tl.t Home Miituii ' oosfi)' .... W.O'XIO Amir .111 li.iill.l torriin Minion. try .SKlrlj . ISO.uOOCO Aniin. a. I-mule (iunrdiau Society nil Home lor the KrleudlcM vOOto I'mti-l Church Kxttniion Society ut iro.i!dyn and Queen... , ... jcavoo t'.il'tn.' MiiuMrr Home lonely ,, 'aiOcO Hjr.ttt Mi'ilnnirr Convention .. , ISeflv'oo li.ti-t I'num n( Western Canada.. lo.ono Uite lli.l.e Association , t lirooUlin HuriHii ot Cti.tritlm , :.uouu Hrvikljti Men'. Christian Aioii tien .. 1. inn n 11-ijr s.imt tit Amend f, i.tnoi thinly Drkimtiitioii Society of th t at Ne York .... e.avim C .trrti Atd olely of).lKI Clinini Collrse fi.OOO.'O li'triiml Knl. ratnin ot Charily .mil I "ill tut h !' t,iv.on CMfhn.t slmnl nf Art.. .. , 7enoo Cpie.ii'i! V MCA r.ww.ou loniniittee on the Pretention of TuhH iilo.m WHO Eiiienie 1'ield Worker. S.MOWi urine Hei-ord (Uric- 1,350.10 eoral Council ot Churches I tiriir. in America tV) ( I'ti.'I )li.ion Uoiinl of the Miu't.eru HaiitlFt Contention i.ll.fi3 i. ei. liMtH'h "1 the Public School iltie' l-ca, ne Sibium 1 1 1 .ituril iy anil Mtmljy As- in.-l.mi.il t.OOUdl Inn rnitton il Committer; of V M t' Al.s MtlOII . &.',,0VIY lnlrrnaiiotMl V M C A Collese r.ow.i.i I.aiaiene Mi..nui.r.v Movement . .I.'.rii Ti IijI Aui 'o-tetj t.nno.00 Mu.ii vhnol SttlinH'iit I..ii)'H) Nitipnil .nrutlnn for the Sillily .ltd lYeielttton of TuhrruuUii. &C.ifl Ultnal HoiM ot V V C A. 1G.W1i moi .if l-isiie on I'rhan Conni tiori Amoiiir Nerro n.Mfi) .f Jirf llintltt Comeiittou h).00 :? nik A..oi'ljtion fur Imtiroi tif the Comhtioii ot the l'nor T.oxi'o e York lUnti't M lii-tun Somety eM York City llainut Swiet :i,iii. . York City llai.tltt Miiiimi .netj . ;.rtKr iw York Milk Conimittrr... . 4W" o n llii.li-l Comeiitloii 4,."f.( J'Nile. Iii'titnle l.tuMOO The ITivjii A.'Xiatinn of New York iV) f0 PsNie Kiln-anon initatlnn. . . f..."0( Kn. kf teller lti'titute lor MedU'al Kreh niirior.tc imnion-.i. .vj4.i; Si Aiteler In.tnute tor Meiliral Riiari-h fur bulMnu.. . .... STO.TI inii iin Chureh In.tiliitr ot New Yuri. W.MO.IO it lor lt.ill.tii Immigrant. . ( lur lle. Ant A.o lallnti .'.iVW rutr Ktieutlve Committee of Y M C AeMatlon. .. .' 00 fi.w .Ml-.Iun Hoard ot tlie Peim .t'rauia ll.liillft General Coir trillion . iKK lu-' W II Mixoell. Ne ork l-ly s.ho.ll :..". Tir Homi V M. C A .. .. W.i T'Hi'lf Aid -o(let.v 1.ijo.OO 1- ie . i of Miehl.-an Y M. C. A .'W.m .i ir-i- - County Poor - " '-'Ir' t . menlzaior . . " Kniu P.ain. Y M C A "".'It) tv .1 iiu Women ProtectHe Liiion 0.A T0I.11 lUI.'.Ml.tl JAIL FOR A KISSING COBBLER. Emlirneeil elrr Wlirn She Hn- lereil lioi n ('nsloliiiT. i.'.- Do v.as.i. i.ibblri of 831 Sixth r n was se ilui d Io ten dats in the v .hoiiyc .ve.sliiduy by Magistiate Ijw fot einbiaciiig a pretty girl cus t . ci. JUt S,ecne Paterson. a dancer "lth tr I'lini-l'i'in" company at the Cohan 7 .' 1 entered Do Casa s shop to have doe on tnl.'.. I When she turned to le. e )e i'h,i 1 mhraced her and planted a - . or lur cneek. The girl ran . 1 tnl". from toe slioii ,uid the shoc ir. i was :i"icw!cil. CHICAGO FACES MUX FAMINE. Prniliieer In Three Mlairm Tbrenlen hi Mrlkr nn April I, I'll tfin, March "7. Cbloago faces it, iK rntiitne beginning April 1, The M Ik Ptoducei Association, wlioo i.:e'i!lier.li p includes practically dll the tio.)ti.'is in northein Illinois and Inill i t ,t id sotjihtin Wisconsin, toduy de- ar' i a -trlke for that date unless the (noes h I bottlets meet the demand for -t i vieas.j from 11,33 1-3 to S1.S5 H- Km i... mills. ! n,'u vd that the producers con Ir ut ledt l.Ojii.ijno quarts dally, a 1 ce p.. t of which Is distributed ll.ii..;., . ie I : irI- u and Howmau com .arie To illsirniute their product the pr I'lu er nave tornied a retalllnj sub iQerv iptal'Jteil nt J.'oO.nOO. M0RAN LOSER TO ROLL PEANUT. Hard TaU for I'nlnrkr nnckrr 'i lleriHlcil Filthier. Pii. v .) March 57 One of ire hei. made on the outcome of the W''.Hr,i Mnran battiu will be iihIiI next litiiav mm no. g when Lawrence 11 H" i plovid at the Paterson i '"1" .i II. p. tnl, will roll a peanut with t ' a il f a toothpick from that Inst I 1 ' '" 'He rmtcil States Playhouse, 1 .l.-ld . of tlfteen bloclis. ' w 1 lie trying enough. Rut to iridic.' u ,r.se o'lirk'ii must not speak I ( ','. i iinvwiteie n'ong the route, for n oj .i 1 I.. -o he win bavci to start il nti- ,g...n O'llrlen thought that Jlnrj would Knock out Wlllard. BIG JERSEY LAND DEAL ON. lMler tliniil Piirrhnae nf Klrlp Twelte tllles by I'lvr. 'IV'S l.t.vniMi. V .1.. Mnrcli L'7 "M.01 lest. more than 2,1100 ocres have .re I nnl .several hundred ncres 'i'e I,. I'tiich.iseil outright for tin-, ' Pir .tesers who aic trying to sc.. ' r land 011 Hie west shore of '; II 1 nor Itivei, from tli railroad n.ilion i.,e i ti,e TtiLkahoe lllvcr, a ii 'unci Hide long, tnrylng fiom (re tn ti , 1, e wide Mussev - IMwards and Anderson bvirne. ,,,. ,lK(nts for tho purchasers f "I '11. 1 .. i,i,e to tell what the land Is '""'! . 111 ted for and for whom they I' K V'ir ous runiois are heanl, . " ' " h" Iv need to an authorl Utit , , THE SEAG0ERS. "lia,. 10 the Xorwfi-ldii.Aiiiii'icis neam. J j ifrj. 11. fjord, from lleriren; 'ituii ii r t.oi .1 nn... 1?..!.. Kill. J, Jone.,' (leorge Krv, sail,. 1 i.at.i ... 11. ..en.eii. xfoiih.!i4,!,i' "wl Jro" "ncr H,e',uMo' ,or Sin 'J1?', . .. Charles Somerrille. tm lnlet Md'htr II. n.'lUndall. C'Tibb. W- W' McNc11"' Ottawa, Marei, ; wm, rrohil. Hon wave rollltiK ovtr the iirovlnct-a, the l'reiich ImiRuiiie nnltHtlim growltiK In Intensity and wrlounneti, nnd tlio Lib eral o.oltton In Parliament demaiidlnit ImestlRatlon.or ulielcontracls by lilch they declare the country line) lout elwhty million dollar, the war Ima been more or less removed to the background of lanudlau events. ItealUIng tli.u the bllluiual fleht Is nnvniR a lamentably depressing effect on recrultliur amon Krencli-Cinadlans, us well nn dividing the energies of the romitrv nt !, .... . . ........ of aeiio- . i ...uy certain captains nf Industry and llnanco or action Is r.v,uired, some of the lead ,RX, b UUI1K the f.otcrnmeiit to -to lna men of the Dominion are enllMlng slow In the matter of recruiting, on the their lii.luenco to bring about an nrmls- I Wouml that the Dominion cannot pos tlce until after tlm mr II r lloot-e,, ib,v ',l,l' "iiiO.OOO without gruvo e.n..,, nf ..7 7. il. 1 Injury to several vital national Indus editor of the Orange Hotline!, the ortran tiles. Thus far. howevw, IJaron HIiaUKh of the ponerful ultra-Protestant element tiessy of Montreal has been tho only big In Ontario, has written an open letter to Mir Wilfrid Laurler urglui; lilm. as the 'most Influential and powerful mini of his race." to call off the agitation In Quebec. It was Sir Wilfrid who. after 1 verythlng and everybody else had failed ' nettled the famous Manitoba school question, and probably he alone could I Induce his rreiuli-Can.idl.iti compatrl- ots to rest their o..o until after it..- war In over. Hut It Is understood that Sir U'iih,i i,. ..n.i.i ... i m. LI ,., . ! , , prlncltiles wlilch have guided his whole parllameii- """.in ntiir Huiiieu in, moiiii' iniriiaiiieii- ,V!.V,rr.'!.t'f ,',k,;,, ,hv 1K,"1I;"11II,I 1,B l llllloulty Is purely provincial the prof I inces Having ulfolute power In the mat- ruiwor In the mat- ter of education, and that IVdrral Inter- , ter of education, and that IV'deral Inter fctence would be uuciinstltutloual and could lead to no possible good. The same attitude Is taken by Sir Kohcrl Uorden, on behalf of the tloverntnenl. In i' i . . . , . . . "T Dominion Cablict should Mep III aniUeek I to disallow the famous rcKUlatlon 1.. re- strlitlng the use of Pieiich III the cchools. (Thux far the (liiiarlo tlo mnieiit lias , j,a(l n,. jurisdiction and that In any c-ise shown not the slightest disposition to , ,;,s ol tno t,llc to toI( nVestlga yield, mid In this it has the p.islouale t ti0.. The Opiosltlon, on the other hand, support of pi.utlcall) ail the big Kiigll'h , .-htlm that the shell committee was np liewsp.ipers of the iioluce. On the ,,!. ,., tlV am re.pnnslbe to the liov I cither hand, the I'nncli have Inen en- . ernment : that It reported weekly to Sir jroiiraged In their tight by the published s.uii Hughes, that It let contract's at ct- opinion in a. . I'.w.in, one os un' mosi .eminent or Canadian lawyers, that under the Constitution Krench has eipial rights with Kngllsh In Ontario. The re.il Issue in being more or 1 confused by the In troduction of religious questions, and curiously enough the Irl'li Human Cath ollc clergy are pinctlcally a unit against the l'reiicli-Caiiadlans. Despite appeals from the best minds In the couiitit for I a cessation of strife during the war. the , agitation is likely to continue until the , question Is settled by the Imperial Prlty Council, where the case Is now pending. ; Tlie French are confident that the llrltish ' Lords will uplink! their contention. 4'annila (Jolng lr. 1 De.pite tlie fact that the tromlnloil , providing for absolute Federal prohlbl-1 tlon Canada Is rapidly going "dry" Thjsj -,veek saw On arlo Join Manltob,. A - j ...jroi.iit..i 0 oi.'ni '.' .....v. s....' i.eol.ll. . U-rta. Sasliatchewan, Nut a Scotlu and I'rtnce IMward Island In the ranks of pronlbltlon. Only Quels?, Itrltih Co lumbln nnd New llrunswlck now have II .I... ...... .....,l.,1l. .,,,.1... '"". ii'" " j-.. '".' j temts-ianie legislation. Ilntl-n loluni-, bin will till..- a prohibition pleb.scite wime time next niontb. wilcli Is pr;n I tlcally re. iuiii to In. cart led, and an rib- I solute prohibition iii' iisurv lias been I pronnseu 111 .xew 111 iiosn ici.. s iiuii i.j 1 tho beginning of next je.ir tho only . province In ere 1 i.iiiniilon where liquor will be manufactured and sold will lh Quebec. Ontario, which has furnished mote 1 -crults for the Canadian uniij m piopor- TO MAKE L. G. THAW, 17,' LIVE ON $25,000 A YEAR Kcfprt'c Till 8.1.000 Off Up- ((Hot .Miiilc liy tlie l!oy iinil His (lovprni'ss. Lawrence Coplev Thaw, the seventeen-)ear-old sou or IMward Thniv and Mr, rrlcda Marsh Voiinp. who divorced Thaw several years ago and died recently while she was the wjfe of rtcdeiick i:. Voung, will have an allowance of J 25,00(1 a year fnr his suppoit and maintenance. If there Is an approval of the report of Joseph MrClosky, appointed loferee to hear an application In behalf of young Thaw. The application was made by Frank Hunter, general guardian for the boy. who said that hi ward lias been lead ing an exemplary life, arises early every ilav and has shown great rare In Hi" spending of money. The guardian did not believe that liberal allowance would be harmful to young Thaw. Tin- boy nnd his governess, Helen Twlstni.tu." prepared the following sched ule of anticipated expendltuies. Hem, Ki.flftn; household expenses, 1 1 2, anil ; ei. ucation. ll.Jl'W. clothing, JI,.".im: au tomobile. irs.r.Ofl, .spciidlins niouey. Il.iou. and Incidentals, ilt.onn. The estimates lotalldl 2v."i'. hut the ref eree decided that the bo) could Ret along 011 2.'.,ii0u. The boy Is now living In a triple apartment at 471 Park :i crime, whole the' rent Is $l,0. He is the lieiieflclai v under three trust funds, which yield I42,0ilrt a year, The first was created bv hi father, Kdwnrd Thaw, and pro duces $25,000 Ills maternal grand father, John Kdw.ird Marsh, left a fund yielding J5,?.2, and Ills Intel est In hi.', innther'a estate produces J1I.OO0, The lad'a stepfather, Kiederlck H Veiling, Is contesting. -Mrs. Voting's will and If successful he will redact this Inconm 18,000 iV year, STATEN ISLAND NOTES. Itlch.ird Phillip", t: ienr nil. of Temp klnsvltle. Sl.lten l.lutl.l, was ill'i.ll tied lie tlie upsetting nf ti ion I. oil In which he 111.. I Irtiils Crlm wer" ptxylng. Ills .o,ly uj. not reentered, Leonard .1. IHiernieler Depti.) .tunrttev CJe rieriit. who Is Iniiiilliio: th" e.i.e acihtst Ve' ,Ier'J' In the St.iten Island stnoke nuisance mutter, spoke on "Th" liilerstiite oiirstlous of li" al the hiihiiuI illnticr of the rltalen Island Cll.inil.ef of Collltlleree lit llllKol'" lSt evening Tliele Here SOU kiiiM", ami eaih whs equipped with a tel.. Vihmie recelier and heard greetings it. hanged between Louis I.. TrHiiis. prem dent of (he ehilllllH r and Holier N bjlleh, vlee.pres.i nt "f th Su Pinii' ls o I'h.iin l.er of Coiiiiiiereei llorongh I'resl.leni V.m Nunie and his il.iiighler In lci .Vngeles. nnd others, Mrs. Arthur II llokir l 1 11.1 frm.i 11 or the enniiitlttee Unit in iirrniiu.HK a hll ilren's funcy ilreis file in he given nt ih" Citrlls lvceiim on April '.'('. fnr the benefit of the Trench children made orphans us reult of ih" war. The . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 c I11 . holes Miss Vt ili.-I Aleviiniler, MI- lomlsa Donald. Mrs. Thomas iliriell. .Ir.. Vlr .Inhll P. Tlsley. Mrs. Mercer I'. Mn-ele, Mrs. ItJlph I.. I'rltehiird, Mrs. I'riinel. T Perry, Mrs. Wulnr VV. I'rhe, .vr. Thouus M. Illanhard, Mrs. Percy Hons, Mr. 11. A, Ilayiies. Mrs. Ilnliert ( Stanley, Aim, Drome 8. HcriOelil, Mm. 1'enllnsiiil Tmui. send, Mrs. Ituaioll White. Mrs. William u. Wlllcox and Mrs. 0. Henry White, tlntt to pojnilallon tlinn any tdhcr mcc Hon of the Dominion, linn derided (o hate h military returns. A bill to that effect was thin week Introduced In the legis lature, ana Km provisional will be car ried out Immediately. Ontario, which has n population of about 2.2.". d.tiOO, ij leertilli'il in.l.tMio men, and of this mini U'r Toionto, with a population of less than olio, 000, ha contributed neatly C0.0OO. It Is felt that nhllo dim Indus I ttlnl renlies lmr done) mora than well, ''0"," .,f.,h IJi', ',lf,tr.lc. he lw.n somewhat slow In furnlshlnir racrulls. nnd the object of the reKlstrntlon nwas lire lit to ascetmln hnw many more men "c available for the army without In Jury to Industry. It In understood that Industrial leader to make a, public pro test ttg.ilnst too active recruiting, and he has been bitterly nasalled In the press nnd on tlw idatform for his attitude. Tim latest published figures show that ''"Io the Dominion lias enlisted i7!. ingoversea, Of h!tVr, fumlshed the llon'a share, Quebec belnir far behind Uie other provinces In ''UpplylnK recruits, ri,rr. of ,fl. , , ,, lir Opposition In Parliament continue 1o for an lmi.s,Bn f xhrW fr. ch..ra... it,a, in. ir,.,.it..n s-heli m.tl ch irges that the I CommltUe, which wus dl p,.lt.C(, by (,, milcrlal M ,). vn.nnn.nnn mil nf dissolved and re AtnnltlotiM lltinrit. i..i, tm a,ia nno ,.t i... ...... ,h.L1.,H i.".. i.J.i,.-. ,.,,..,.. , r.ui-'., Kto.-sly tAorblUnt prices. A nsolutlon by Mir Wilfrid Laurler calling for an 1miulry has liecn bitterly debated dur- IllL II... M.l.l r.i-lll.-lil l,n II, .-.,. ...... rertissiig an Investigation on tlw ground tl. old shell committee was reallv a rtl,li bcd. expending Itrltlsh money, ...,. i,ii, ti, -,, .,ii , ,ess'e prices to linns 111 which Its own members were nucleated, and that It wa used for purposes of oollilcnl patronage liy the (Invernnient. The Laurler rexo. lutlnn, despite il pretty general feeling that an Imiulry should b0 held, will be vo.ed down by Parliament, the (intern. meiii li.ivlng the undivided support of it lollowcrs against an Investigation Sir ISobert llorden will shortly leave for Kngland to Join lien Hughes. He will probably arrive overseas In time to take part In the economic eolifi renec or the ripre.seiit.Klvrs uf the allied nations. The Australian Premier Hughes's siK-eches in Kngland demanding Imme diate voice for the Dominion. Ill the con duct of the war and In otlier foreign questions mil Impressing upon Hie statesmen o the motherland the need ., , .i.,ln .11 .In I s I"...s..- .....C 11.11 " ,,. V' - ' ; ' influential papeie take the view th.i of ell the most papeie take the view that such questions as Pi culler Hughes has raised can well be left until after the war, when they can be better discussed In the light itt dm m-t.,1 (.cell's .1M1I it'lll, n-.. . . ... vi in, meut value Figiues nibmltte.l to Parliament bv 'm,in,e Minister White tills wee!: show that the war is now costing Canada about 1 1 j.iiiio.ftn.i a month, or more than third of a million a d.iv Sir llob-rt i .oroeu win iicm ween in.ro.itice a Vlll asking foi a war credit of V.'JO.fifliVini), Tins will 1. granted wltliout the slight si oppiisltlon Trade ilgurcs for tho picscnt '11011111 how a continued lncrcae 'n bntb unperte nnd exports, with grcaeei revenue MANY HURT IN STRIKE RIOTS IN THREE CITIES I'fiiiiylviiniii IVsps I'ntrol Town A Hit Clash Rnil I'oihI Men Itnltlc. W vsn t.viiTOS, TV , March 27 - -Charles I'eticli, a State truqwr, s in a serious coiulitloti a a result of Inju.le received at the hands of 400 striking furnace men nl the new l.angi'loth plant of the American Zinc and Chcmlc.il Company, fifteen tulles 1101 th of here. 1'erlcli and anotliei Hooper. Joseph M. Jordan, en deatiiied to disperse the rl iters, who were destroying company proi-rty, when attacked. .1. .1.1. it. rescind Ills fellow nlllcct single liaiKii.l after a battle and wn sllghtl) Injuieil h iuself Two .shetirrs posses are pat Hilling the town to-i.lght, but. mm i' serious trouble in looked ror, and additional State troopers 111c on their wii) fiom (Siicnsbuig. IIai.ti xmiti:. March 27 Water. Iiilck. pick handles and fist were used In a battle to-day between workmen or the lialtitiiori- and Ohio and the Che.s.ipiake nnl Curtis Hi) ralltii.nl" pear the I'nltcl Slate Asphalt Company', plant ut Cur tis Ha. where employee, or the two (otiipanii. have fought several tliuta ovei lite right to lay traiks. John II .Ink, .1 dliector of the ohes.i. penke and Curll Hay llallro.nl, was struck b) a btlck but not M'rlously hurt I'oui- ai rests were made. Wii.ki:miaiii:i:, Pa., Match 27 - Two street car weie attacked here lo-day by scleral hundred strike sympathizers. Until cms weie battered to pieces and the crews diagged to the pavement and beaten. No urn-sts were nunie. Shcrifl (icoige I'. Huss uiiliounced his leadltiess 1. 1 place deputies on duty. I HAHN DISBARMENT ARGUED, '..JuiIhc'i. I.anar (tterraled on ilinlsslon of I'.t Idence, Ni:vv.viiK, March 27. Chief Justice iliimtni'ie and Justices Sivayze ami ller '.'eli began to-day a hearing In disbar , meut pinect-ditig. against ex-Judge S, 111. .11 ll.iliu or this ill). Halm was dlsbureil by Cliuncillot Walker's order liffcr a ttliil. The Couit of Appeals up , held Hie coiilentlou of Hubert N, McCar ' ter, Haliu's counsel, that Ihr Court of 'Chancery had no Jurisdiction and that , the Siipteme Court only could dlsliar, , llaltit wiim originally .' used of tak ing $2.,onn f 1 inn Chailcs !,. Kuse to 0111promi.se a threatened suit In which ChiiilcM P. Pinker, a riegin boxer, sought to dlvoiie his wife, limning Kuse. Nelson II. liasklll, Heput) Attoniey . I'.eti.'ial, iippearlug fur tlie State, inoicil to admit the CIihiicit) I 'unit teillinouy, but Mr. McCaiter objected, The rouil, however, admitted Halm's testimony as It appeared In the record, Mr, liasklll raid that Mis. Peaker cinuot In- found mid asked for the aihiilieli.lt of her testliuoii), Mr. McCnrter said he would insist that the woman testlf) so that lie inltht cioss-examlue her. Mr, liasklll ba hi he did not mean thai either Mr. JLCtirtcr or Mr. Ilahii was rcsiouslhl for har non-aiieatanca. The court took the matter under consideration. WANTS A STATE IXQl'lRY neorge L. Ilerord of Jersey City, local option candidate for the. ItepilbllPan Oubcrnntorlal nomliuitlou In New Jer N'.v, snld In a statement yesterday that It Is high time thrie should be a legis lates iiitcstlgatioii of the public utility oorporatlotis In his State. He said that tha only cure, for the evils resulting from what bo rails "the control of Nw Jer Hey politics by the public utility cor porations' was public ottueinhlp, an oilier of his platform planks. Mr, Itecoid said he was satisfied from the pmofs In tile Passaic, gas casn that "In the north Jersey gas district the tople are still paying nt least tl.oOu. i00 more than they should pay every ear. "If one litigation over a cus rate mid miotlier oer a trolley fine in a city like Tienton reveal these c'xtor tloiiale chntges." he said, "It Is plain that many mote million- of dollars a e.tr ale wiongfully taken from She people of Neiv Jersey In exeeeslte tfol ley, telephone, electric light and water rates. "If It were not for the .'ontrol of our politics by these Interests." .Mr. Ilecord continued, "telephone, eieitrlc light and gas ratiw would be so reduced that the me'iaxe mat' could haw electric light and a telephone In Ills home, and gii could be iiiiicn mure rxtensitely used for cooking than is lm possible. "In the power to exact titer' ece slye charges e tiud the rial explana tion of the lo.-s sjstcin in jHilltlcs. A pnit of those iinliiene and tmeanteil iirolltK 4Ainngfully 'iicii fnun th- ieople, h used, directly or Indliectly, to supply the political bosses w ith money 1 biin on the liucoriuboratril and hear to control nominations and t" eariy'S'1' testimony of convicts and by "In, elections. 1 mates unknown to the linitnl Jury" "Tbesi; iiul.hr utility and brewing' this coniH-itloii h" cays. "Men .nteieils are our real got eminent """"l ,"' P'oduiid wlyni I hate neter t.iev are the man behind the 1-oss-; the, ''" ll,r heard or. whose history or char- 'imlslble got eminent', t"" 'man higher. UP' tho Iteiiubllcau hoaril 01 guard ians', tlie 'Democratic otiilord".' "Pills sjstem thiealciis the nr ex istence or the reptiblb. I !' politlial cancer which ir not cut out will eat Into the tlial of Tree g.itetriuient It ran only b ril-cd In remov.ng thiniiE.i imbllc ownership and loc.i: option the Incentive w'llcll Keep (he-., tit lilt cor lnrat ions and brewers In politics OSBORNE TICKET WINS. Hi. Warden Vlelic (net lllecll it In ltlH clitic Prison. Ossis'tMi, N V., March IT- With ix Warden T M. Osborne looklnc on Sing Sing Piison held If seiiil-aiinual elc tlon In which I. odd inmate particip ated to-day mid 'clerted the adminis tration ticket of delegates to "parlia in.'i.l Warden Kirchwey wee not present. Mr (isboiue. III iuetids in the .Mutual Welfaio l.-aci;.' iinnnupceil, tt.i d.-pl) Interested. He spent the whole ftr lioon at the prison. Among the dele gates el.i ted ate Charles ilon.loif. ))4 vlie taiiper; lieoivo W Schan, an in mate dentist, and "" K " Hill Me.vcis, all nroiind Imrgla" The liUteilllle of loe ee, ! i.; To 'p.il ti.iioeiil ' Is S....I II. .i-.slll. Ii... I - polntiiiri't of iloi'doif ii m sicret.i' and Peter Culbn a sergeant at arms of the Ii llk'll.' The el' tlon pl-S''.i off qilietl no lilies or skull- being b okell CHINA BACK TO OLD LAWS. Ilesclllils til 1,1'UlslllOoii tfblell Mail tnMliliiu In lln Willi Vlonor.'ti PttKis'. March 27 --til iiiotuirchn nl legislation was i.s.ln.l, .1 im.i ,(t th,. laws or the icpunllr clfiiteil by the inonar ' deal mnvcinent were restored at a special meeting to-day of the State Council. This aclloii was done a1- pub lc evidence of the mistake in.nle b) Parliament In urging a monarch) on the President The revoliitlotiari flgli'ing in the south continues, tin- negotiations between the 1 lot eminent and lie rebels having made no pi ogre thus far SILK WORKERS TO CAMPAIGN. Won I (liber Ton n Io liriuit Inn. Tension n I'rilersnn Hid. Pati:i:siis N". .1.. Man-It 27 Tile 2,nn0 h.ilbauil weavers eiuploycd In the .ilk it-Ills octe wete at work to.il.i), the workers having decnli d to accept tile piiipnx.il of tlnlr emploiers to grant a nine hour working day I ginning next Monday. Til" demand had been for a le.llKUit.il In hours, otic. -tiio tn-ila), an. I th" cnipln)ces had threatened to strike unless thl were granted The American 1'eileratlnti of Libor is alsiut to launch a caiiipan:n to In. line the silk manufacturers of New Vork, Pi tins) Ivanla, Connecticut and Massa chusetts to grant a nine hour day io Xhp operatives In the factories of thoe States, Patrisoit manufacturers have objected thai they would lint be on equal terms with miinilfacttirers risen liore nnl' ss the eiifniccitii nt or the nine hour ttilc were made gcnciul. Mine ( onfi-rcnre tiljoiirned. The olisciice or W. L. Connell mid Y. .. Itli-li.uilt'. .'iiithi.iiito opeintors, at the lonreteiice of the ub-coinuilttee of the iinthraclte miner;, mid p,ioratiir at the I'lllou League Club eterd.i caused the confeiciice to adjourn until 10 A, M lo-day. Five Dimensions THE strength of a bank is to be computed not in figures alone, but in the calibre of its Directorate, the efficiency of its methods, the character of its clientele, and the steadiness of its growth. Those are the five dimensions of this Company's strength, and we shall be glad to give the specific data of those dimensions to prospective clients who are interested in an analysis of the facts. Confer with us freely and at your convenience. jtsior (Hirttsf Company Trustee for Personal Trusts FIFTH AVENUE AND 36TH STREET KKO(ir KKFirSES TO SIT Wiiitk Plains, N. Y March ST.- .lustlco Tompkins being III, the motion Io be made by M. J, Tlerney of couti' scl for Thomas Mott Osborne to-day to dlmnlss the count of alleged tmmor Illy found In the Indictment for neglect of duty was adjourned until Thursday. An order was obtained on Saturday from Jtutlce. Piatt directing District Attorney Weeks t show chusu this morning tiefore Justice Keogh why the Immorality count should pot be quashed. When Mr. Weeks appeared before Justice Keogh he objected to the pro reeding, nn he said a similar motion had been made and denied by Justice Mors rhauscr. Justice Keogh announced that he would not hear the motion at all because his son was connected with the olllce of (leurge Cordon li.ltlle, chief counsel for Mr. Osborne. He sent the timtter before Justice Voting in Part II., but Judge Voting fetit badr-word that he would not hear the mutton cither, be cause when he wan District Attorney he had been closely associated with Mr. WeeUa. I'lnally JuticB Keogh sent the mo tion to Part III., where it was believed Justice Tompkins was presiding. At tonic s, detectives, court ultlcers, re porters and Mr, iiebonie trailing on be hind then m.iri'lii'.l to Part 111., where II was Icuined that Judge Tompkins was III and would not be able to Is- In White Plains until Tlrursday Then the whole punt t'ouutermarcheil buck to Judge Keogh who adjourned the motion until Thursday. In 1111 alhdatlt attached to the motion Papers Mr. Osborne contends that the Indictment was Illegally round airalnst ""r 11 woiitu impossible for me to Intestigate and who inlgnt appear for the first Pine the trial. WHITMAN FREES 'TOUGH TONY.' I ooiiiiiilea Senlei ,f ( ontlcl Who Ksrntieil mid llelnrned, M.H.VM. N. V M.u.h "T - The sen leine ot Tonga Ton, Mareuo, who sprang into notorltt.. some time ago b escaping f nun Sing Sim; piison Just alter Wankii Dsborn.. lctt and later walking Imi-K into the prison so that his i scape would not retli.i on 1I10 Osborne s!ein, was ci.iimiiited t.i-d.n ,j ijv Miltman. Tb. ground for the loinmu tatloll tvns the retiree. Motion In the li.ivernor that Man .10 is suffering from ' lldvaiued etacos of tuU'r, tllo.is -ti.ircuo via sentenced from New York I'OlllllV II! Kins li, twe.i,. ... ., l,.,f i.iis tiititiiiiu.il for rulil.eiy in the tlrst iliL-rir. The commutation -,. mantcd to actual time eited. winch nuikes Ma 1 chip's turn expire lo-il.t.v. The 1 Sot -einor was fissured that Mareuo would be taken ii.ie of imiruslutcli 011 his re lease. SING SING'S DOCTOR RESIGNS. (Injur Parr tins seen Mi VI ordei ers 1.11 In lleolli Mo,-,. I'll 1, , HeeiMN... Mar. ti .7 .VI., Jo: Chile. W I'ai' .VI 1 1 fn. over four .viars ph.vslil.ili ninl s.ny.oii or S.ng 'sing prison, ha x olnttt.it I i reigned to de-, volt !i.s tune to private lllaitlc, heie. The tes.natmii was e. nt in on .March I in. but via not a. ecpti.l by Supt Jaiius, I'ai ti r until io-la) ; i I'air. It is said, hi sei n more! in.ii'leieis put to death tliati any one' ! in the counitv lie has attended Hie 1 le.'ttiiiMitioii i,r tlft.v miiideicrs In ill Mine taking oilier Septi ml.er 7, 1M1. Dl Purr nils bn-vitted .Major In the I'u. tnl State iegt1l.11 arm) upon re tiring floltl active son ice arti r expe. i 1. line 111 the Phlllppiins. nnd nt unity posts in tins totintri He i in visii old. inaiiled and was utailliati-d from th" I'll'Vel'sltl u lllltlalo Dr. I'.il'i had a cl isli several weeks ..go with 1 fWanleii iishorrn' supt llilev de. I. mil to rmci tho physic, an out at Mr Osborne's leqllest. OLD EXECUTION CALLED SHAM. llm "Inn, Pnpi-r n) llr. llnrrla, I'lilminer, I ' Ii I'll I I'll ' 1,11 it In I stilt, j ( issiMMi. .March 27 --If the Mutual' Well. lie League's ueltepaper is to be Ie. licl upon, prison i inplo.ti es pointed out to-, ilav, the rxci'iitlon of Carl.vle W. I In iris, ' iloctor and famous iieomr. twetu.t -thn e 1 .veals tico, wa a sham. The pap'! ih-, scrih's how Hauls esiuped from the death house and cheated the Ian. ' Some prison oir,.eis laughed ni pi. slur,', xt li.lt ntliei's lesetiinj the in. teniae that the 1 elc hint cl munliicr, tin able In tin) bis way out The story , titlark prison guards fot theli "care , lessiieiss," The fact Is Hal flu dn-d In the electnc rbalr on Maj s. 1 ;i.1. 111 tin pieserice of tlftiiti ncitspapi 1 nn 11 ami other wt- llCSSIf I rol 11 Kill llletiileil tVorkmnii. Itar.linas l.evltiskl. I .tears old, 11 la-, borrr for the Intel borough liapid Tran sit Cotiipan), was struck and Instantly klllrd by a train on the elevated trncl. at Third nventie ami Thlrt) -slxlh street, nbotlt .' :1I0 o'clock last evening. Severn! 1 passcngets were throcn lo the tlnor of thn cms b) the impact, but no one was I Injured TinfTIi vtiib Interrupted for half an hour I The .Monday Club, HOrt strong, went to a concert jesterday. They heaid it tlio of which the pianist was a grad uate of the Itcilln ("iiifervatory of .Music, Hie banjo plntcr a former member ot it well known vaudeville circuit, nnd tlio violinist a concert star. Hut the names I of 1P ,.,.,,.,,.,, ,.nl).i ,, ,oM. Warden John J, Murtha wouldn't give them out. Tho most that could be learned about them was that the pianist was "taken" with drugs In his pocket, which ,led to a charge of grand larceny. Yes, It was at .he penitentiary on lllackwcll's Island thai tlm entertain ment took place. Tho Monday Club, which Is composed of persons doing vari ous kinds or uplift work, hai a little nlTalr of this kind every month. L'isi month they went to Sing Sing. At dif ferent times they have tlsltcil nhuost every piti.il Institution nnd liosplt.il In mid around New Voik. Yesterday's was the biggest party they ever had. Warden Murtha, Commissioner of Cor rection lliiidette il Ih'WIs and Miss Helen Harris, head of the woman's de partment In the workhouse, were) nt tin door of the big gray building to welcome the visitors. As the Isjat had to make set mil trips before all of them reached the Island, the welcoming was a long piocess. (iet I'reeiloni (lie Prison. Anxious to give litem the fieedoni of the place at 01110. the watden alilioilliceil a pcrsonall) comlm-li .1 tilp through the prison. Most of the ti.itois wire women, and II was amusing in tragical, accmil lug tn the way one looks at those things, j to see the wa the convicts took tin Hi vasloii. Most or them wele in their fells b that tl and Hie visitors had a lovely 1 1 tin peering In thioiigli the grilled door, exclaiming "oh, see th,. pielt.v plctims on the wall !" "Why, Ihev re nlloned In tlx up their Cells, aien't rhej "Why, the run smoke ami i.i.l, ca.'t they." Some of the ni'Mi Hung t'te ni l'.e I upon their bed. ,,,,, coneeiib.. ilien foe ' behind newsp.is . s, which tliet nre- tended to b,. slii,l,iiil peitisiris. Others seemed to be asleep. Hut some, standing at the doors, gave v:ito;s back look foi look. "And the way th, j ..on -n.ii lion in ikes me fcil like Hurl) cents, going through hem an. I -taring at then." said oil" pletty .Vnilllg 'until. in fioin the s-o nation for Improving the 1 'i.n.lition uf the Pom lint .1 guard who nvei lie.ird cornfoi ti il her. "Don't )ou rei I like that. mi,' lie ml vi .1 " liy. this Is ., line llttlu change f.n the men. i eln" all )oti ladies. Kir d 0' liven, "em up " mils 111 fi' liinvlels Cm. I ' "f the pain liad Ibis gii I s s.ip.i.iilite, MllljIICS nil'- W.IN iianuiv tit lod l.ejtt; nl. lived to eiitei the c'iii- v lets' tn.-sH hall. "Atell t We nlllg to e lh. Ill fed ' she asked in grieved toil's It was In the nort'i prison, where the men an kept the boys .11 e on Hi" otti. soli th. The oeruparrts of the ci-IIm in thl ton - Hoparentli- v," 1,1,1, ,... ,.,..,1,., a- t.. which cm a.-lneve tb- I., ai.t 1 . : ; , iloiii.t ..(e. oviis la'iitiiinc in ii'.. ss. lo.'oks. ami all that i-ott or t ..tig T n . 'l as in II de luxe, tilth .1 U'lld '! . it tain in fii.tti uf tbe ipsii- Anotti'i ii.i ti I in 1 1 a blue lauibtic ..is,, fot ins 1.1 Uelii-e.. ".Ml b'llto'.nt d"li'I bsik hair as nii-e.'' One or tin- llll'le V islfols onre-.nl It wa In the not tli piison iliat tin musician- iti-te font d. Tliet plat ii.i) dai, sa'd In' Kalh.i. ine I'.'-nniu Dons, vim was over tlnie tilth the paiiv 'i'lieio 1- a Inn- h, il.t uran.l. atid tin old silter li.iinil iScriu.irt who w .in tak 11 nit'i thugs it. Ins p. 1. Kei sat ot 1 !ii- Io list, ml plat ing "My Mice! Ailnir W.ttl 'i.m wen- the vo. I -t .fnl the bal.Jo pi tie The p in si - a.tist i-m. peraiiietil w ,0 shown I. In .osiu'iie His vest tt.is 1.1. ie and wn.'e h.ii tik..g 111 na'tuii s'i pis .it-. I .e 'o-t nl the s,itn- 'lt.ilet,,i 11 11 nle sit-ins. It ASK FOR IT BY NAME! WARD'S .- It pays to take the trouble to specify by name, because when you buy WARD'S TIP-TOP BREAD or DAINTY MAID BREAD, you know you are getting a pure food product in which you may have the fullest confidence. There is a notable difference between TIP-TOP or DAINTY-MAID and other kinds of bread. Even the waxed wrappers which surround them are distinctive nnd different. On the table the firm, creamy white, close grained slices of these quality loaves present visual proof of their excellence, and when they meet the trial of taste there comes the full realization of why it is worth while to ask for them by name. The crowning satisfaction in eating TIP-TOP or DAINTY-MAID BREAD is that fine feeling of confidence which comes from the knowledge that they are clean inside the crust and outside. 100 Purity Quality Cleanliness' was verv effective, and gave a variety to the dull gray most of the Inhabitants Wore. , Tho musicians; played "Pupchen" and many other tunes. They nlwajs play marches, the warden siys, when the moil go to their meals. Tlm music makes the prisoners walk much faster than tliey did berore the piano was there. As the strains of each selection I died away last night there fame loud dapping from the cells. The prisoners were risking for more. Next on the programme wan dlnnr r 1 for the guests, In the regular tnew hall. ; The bill of fare Included meat and two vegetables, Just the same a the men hato for their noonday dinner, coffee, which they also have, and Ice cream and cake, which they lisvn only 011 special occasions. Convict waited on them, mid one of two purses which were lost by members of the party while going Into the tnes hull was. returned by a con vlct. The other was returned by a guest. Speeches) and pictures) on it screen In tho reception hall Mulshed the evening, The reception ball, by the way. has been most nxtlstlirall) decorated by Inmates of lite prlsnji with oil paintings and selections from Tennyson, Addison, St. aul mid other wrlteiH. Watden Mur tha nnd the prlsnncix picked out the quotation. Couiiiils.slotirr Lewis explained the screen picture, which showed the de velopment of the new reformatory for boys nt Hampton Farm, In Oriuige loiinty, when' the Inmates are living In construction camps and erecting the buildings, Dr Datl told of the Parole Hoard, of which she I ehiilrinaii, mid 'IcHrrlbed the wntMng of the Indeterminate sen twice. Dr. A. A Hrlll made a speech, ad mitting that It was hard to be an honest mail nnl keep at large, and Dr, l.rnest S. Hlh.ii. tlsirmg physician at Hlackvv ell's I-land, talked of the drug habit Hut the star srieakee . a 1,1 tu.nt..i- edltnr or tile jiaper publlr-hcd over theie. ' the P.(on obtirrer. He Is "up" fori piactisliig me. II. Ine without a license.' Ill a short nnd rather ImpresMVe speech he Mil of the ho Hhldi the Install.! Hon of tho new s.vstein, the Ijideterin nale sentence system, had brought to the thousand "ho' In the penitential)-. GREEN BIRD TALKS GERMAN. . Mr. Mr. tli'l'Hiui, llitner, .Must I'ltf I i:ieoieoiilo. Tenehrr. ' Tiaililng a pariot to talk Herman and c.iinv lor t ie bird while tills education W lis p. ogress is woith in. according t i Jiit.ic Cragen or the Pourth Dlstr.et ' )ltincipal court in Jnmalca, (Jtieetvs boiough. lie ordered Mis, Mat- McC.inn of '.'It Kliihurdi avenue. Hrooklvn. ve. tenia 1 to p.i) 1 1-1.1 1 sum to .Mis. Mir. K.i I el Lleopcoulo of Hlrlimonil Hill Mrs .M.-C.inti had sti.il Mis. Lleopcou lo 'or $'.'.. nilegltiB Hint after leaving Poll). I.er I'ltnpunlon for I'nurtecn .tears, with lie: former neighbor, the bird ,s- Rppi-aii'il Mis. Kleotipeoulos said he would 1 1 turn the parrot by to-morrow and then ilimanded recomiiense for her servli ch. "Polll I :i Cine nnllslw, Ule.1 on,,-" 1 .. ' ., ,. .... . , , 1. '..' , ,1, 1 a"i"i "" ; V, '" J, , . . j''T " !'.';' inowi'-dc I'lc Teutonic fonstie LAWYER'S CLERK ARRESTED. I. en .1, s-ehiinrl trriiseil (,r UT,-, I siiloille Ii) tlirnbillll Let), , Leo J Schwartz b-rk lit Hi" employ; of Abraham l."V). l.iw.ver, tit .".,i l.ll,.;ity street, wa arc sted )..steiday .ificrnooti . on .1 1 barge or .1. Han. ling the latt jer out of J75. Air. Let) said the .voting riiaii .. oifcs.-. '.I to having manlpul,iicil tin., j nook 01 tile (IT 111 lor ine 1.11 six )ears, Hie ft all. Is iiui.l i gating about $2'i,inii, 1111 the 1 ccoiuint-itd.it Jou of a Con gressman S. Iiw.ur. received a position In the l.iii.ier oftlic fourtieu .vcars ago Siili-eiiuetttl) Mr Lev) sent S. bwarlx to the New Vork I'nlveisit) anil in I '"' lie was admitted to the liar BREAD 1? .. t"'!i's fePi ft 'N&m SI otma and Arizona Tickots on s5e daily wtch!5 to April 14 ItQBl' Chicago HO'50 Modern tourist sleepers and chair cars on fast Santa Pe trains. Personally conducted Tourist sleepers three times a week. Fred Harvey meal service. AIwitriletn('.fssrTe.(ln.l,r,Ni ution Ajt. . 2101 ltil.. l.iclmiue, 1 ruriu.i fi r Arin.D an I tfo Jon't im !W l.o.l foWcrt as Write or cll for details. Cm. C. Dlltsrd, fSen. Hterri T'.i... ,f.. 377 and IU32 Ilres. Ne Vo. . ( n v. J'linnr, I'ronl.lii. ,Jii nn.l s Booth Tark ing ton's Viv or ,111.1 SEVENTEEN .t Talv uf Yimtli and Summer Time and The Haxtvr Family - KspvciallH William. "Qtntt the funniest ly th;i! lic'ion lin prihjtiiixl for ,1 lon lilm. Wo; ib r- vv ! ', mh Willi tt-.ir. 1 rlii-.r 1 1 .is tl,i m tllrir iiwn slip-. 11 , ic-il i-i if. 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