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THE SUN,- TUESDAY, APRIL- 11, 1916. WAITE IN THE TOMBS UNDER CLOSE GUARD Prisoner Is n Nervous Wreck, but Attempt at Suicide Is Feared. is TAKEN BEFORE JUDGE CITY GARBAGE PLANT IS PUT ON STATEN ISLAND Board of Estimate Reaches Decision After Injunction Prevents Possible Defeat of Plan Islanders, Roused, Threaten to Prevent Building. One t wlxt nf an automobile's steering tilled was .ill that prevented District itotney S'wanu from losing hi", moat In- .'nesting prisoner. Dr, Arthur Warren 0 roconiJur , injunction, late In ar The Board of Hstlmalts passed n resn tutlon yeit tiny locating a dlipoial plant for city garbage on Rtnlen Island despite the protests of Horough President Vnn Name and the efforts of cltlzeni to enjoin the board. After the resolution had been passed and the board waa about to vote lAaite. yesterday. Uhllo Detectives i ..... . nM.n.l.iariiiinn. Cimnlff unci Gallagher were taking Dr. j ' ... .,.. ,.. Walte finm llellcvuc Hospital to 1'ollce thus possibly defeating the very purpose Ot.ul'jttattorH In 11 car driven by vr. for which It was obtained. Vi.utr's brother, Kr.mk, :i heavy motor truck, lurthlna- northward In Fourth ave e, mverved suddenly and Just missed ...miming the Wulte machlno uK.ilnM a .1 ..i . it... .... ... . .. tir.L. MJlluiy llluvuiK iruuuy tin r rnun iw Ir.rt'W on high speH, twisted the steer ff wheel ami barely managed to squirm jut of what would lertalnly have l.ten a complete smashup. The near accident, together with the uervuua straiil of being- photographed, finger nrlntcil an.l measured at Police Headquarters, .mil the subsequent ordeal of being arraigned before Judte Craln In General Session had not Improved Dr. TV'nltn'a physical condition when he was finally transferred to a cell In the Ttfmbs. He was ao weak and shaky, so thotoutrhly a nervous: wreck that the Dlstrlot Attorney thought best to keep vFruard at his oell doer all lout night. No secret- was mads or the District At torney's apprehension that Walts might by to kilt himself. Ue waa removed from Bellevue at trio A. M. yesterday, for two week tie had received such careful attention and had been the recipient of so many comforts and privileges that he had not realised he waa a prisoner. When De tective Cunnlff snapped handcuffs around Jits wrists he started back In surprise and protest, but quickly recovered his com posure and even smiled a he won led through the courtyard of Bellevue, past rowa of Interested patients, nurses and doctors and placed In his brother's auto-EBoblle. In the Bertlllon room at Headquarters his nervousness returned. He paled when imprintn of his ringer HP" were taken and when the measurement? tvern set down, and when they placed him In the photoirrapher'n chair, which la equipped with a significant outlsy of straps, his Star was the color of white lead and Ms whole body twitched. That photog rapher's Chalr was dismally suggestive of the eleotrio chair at Hlng Sing. In the Court of General Sesslona Walt wan arraigned before Judge Craln by Assistant District Attorneys Pooling and Brothers. When Clerk Cowing put to-him the. formal query, "aullty or not guilty," Walte was clearly nt o Iom what to say, not lielng aware perhaps that men accused of murder are not per mitted by the law to plead guilty. Walte glanced Inquiringly at his counsel, Wal ter Ilogers Deuel, who Informed the court that Walte"? plea was of course not guilty. Mr. Deuel asked leave to with draw the plea within ten days and to make whatever motions might be neces sary. Leave was granted, and then Judge Craln remanded Walte to the Tombs without ball to await tilal. It Is planned to transfer his case from the Court of General Sessions to the Crim inal HraiH'h of the Supreme Court on April 21 and tn bring Walte to trial tho . tt.et ftlond.iy in May. prouaoiy ueiore Justkv Shram. In tin 1 cubs W.nte was assigned to tell 13S In the cell to the right of a e's l .;rnexl Schiller, the pirate who tried t rupture Hlngleha'ided u British ship, and ui the other side Is th Mill iKVUpieil by Giuseppe Arlchlel, the tlnyn- of llirne't ItafT. Dr. Perry Written ntrin. th Tninbs physician, examined Walte .cstet.lay afternoon and found thai "the prloner was very weak and un Mrung. If Ills condition does not Im prove materially Walter It. Deuel will apply t Judge Crnln to have Walte re turned to llrllevue for further treatment. An Injunction restraining the board from acting waa dismissed at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Mayor Mllchel Im mediately called a special meeting of the board for 1 o'clock to take action that would authorize n contract with Oaffney, Oahagen Van Etten for the erection of a disposal Plant on Arthur Kilt. Statan Island. Borough President Van Name Immediately decided to obtain another inlunct on. While Edward w. Brown, a cltlten. was seeking the Injunction the Borough President started to talk against time until the arrival of the injunction. Preadera-ast Sees Parvus. Mr. Van Name was going along very nicely when Comptroller Prendergast real ted that the Rlchmona uorougn President was becoming diffuse In his argument and suspected his purpose. lie accordingly protested against further de- lav and asked that a vote be taken The Mayor agreed to let Mr. Van Name have about a half hour more. Tne coinp troller again protested after the argu ment had proceeded for nearly tne allotted time and a vote was taken. Only Mr. Van Name and Borough President Marks voted nsalnst the resolution. Borough President Mathewson of The Bronx, who sympathised with tho posi tion taksn by Mr. Van Name, having had the same fight a few weeks ago against tho location of the plant on Rlker s Island, then asked for a recon sideration of the vote, urging that the Btaten Islanders ought to have every chance to keep the plant out ot their borough. Just as the Mayor was about to put the question of reconsidering Mr. Brown rushed In with an injunc tlon. which he had obtained from 8u preme Court Justice Weeks. The Mayor held that the nlunction very effectually restrained the board from reconsidering Its vote and the resolution accordingly stood as passed. Notice of the board's action was given to Street Cleaning Commissioner Ksth erston and at 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon he signed a contract with nut nuisance. PRETTY N. Y. TEACHERS BOOST PENSION BILL 200 of the Younpcst Button hole the Legislators at Albany. QnfTndy, Onhagen and Van Etten. Under this contract a privately owned disposal plant will be erected on Ar thur Kill, one mile south of the Balti more and Ohio Railroads bridge be tween Howland Hook and Elizabeth port, N. .1 Rorousrh President Van Name snoke Indignantly last night? of the signing of the contract. He said that no matter what action might be taken by the city authorities he knew that the people of staten island were oetrrminert not to let any such plant be built In Richmond. He recalled that In 1873, when a cholera epidemic was threatened at the Quaran tine station nt Tompklnsvllle and pro tests were unavailing the people took matters Into their own hands and burned the station. Btaten Islanders have .retained Louis Marshall ns attorney to appeal from the decision yesterday of Supreme Court Justlro Callaghan, vacating two tax payers' injunctions restraining the city from taking any action on the proposed contracts. The biggest nail In Richmond, the German Club rooms, has been hired for a great mass meeting on Friday night to protest against the action of the city administration. Mr. Van Name at his home last night expressed belief that In the qyent that protest ana appeal rauea tne people would take matters Into their own hands to prevent the erection of a disposal plant on Htaten Island. They believe, he said, that Mayor Mltchel broke faith with them In falling to clve them a public hearing before the signing of the contract. Will Pay City fnoo.ooo. Durlns: the five years for which the contract la to run the contractors will pay the city a total of 1900,000 for gar bage collected by the city and delivered at the dumps. At the 'end of tlie five years the city will have the right to pur chase ths plant If it desires. While the Board of Estimate was de liberating on the resolution an Injunc tion was being sought tn behalf of the Sanltsry Utilisation Company, the owners of the present disposal plant on Barren Island, which Is sublet to tne Sw vorK Disposal Corporation. This Injunction was not granted. James A. Oaffney, head of the con tracting firm, put up his check for t!50. 000 yesterday afternoon In lieu of a bond to cover the contract made with the city. The contractors must also put up an additional bond of 1:00,000 to cover a provision of the contract stlpulntlnK that the disposal plant must ue operated wun- N. Y. COP AMD SISTER GET UNCLE'S $60,000 Illinois Bachelor Left Estate to Three Brothers, All of Whom Are Dead. . ENGINEERS TO GET ALL EFT OF YUCATAN CASH Jury Upholds Claims of Ameri cans for Sums Gen. Argu mcdo Brought Here. Ammkt. April to. Whoever picked out the 200 young school teachers to come to Albany to, refute statements made last week that only the old and forlorn, tho ready to retire anyway crowd of teachers, wanted pensions, per formed a good Job in the estimation ot the legislators who were made their tare-ets of attack again to-night. Miss Grace (!. Strachan. In charge of the teacher of New York city urging the nassas-e of the Lockwood-Ellenbogen bill to pension the teachers, felt keenly the criticism that none or tne young teachers wanted the bill. Consequently tho advocates of the measure sent a sig nal around to the New York schools to day to release ZOO of the youngest and best looking teachers favoring the bill In time to let thorn got the 4 P. M. train to Albany. The result waa that the best looking crowd of young women to visit legisla tive halls In some time flocked to the Capitol early to-night and the work of "buttonholing" Senators and Assembly men began before the sesston In either house started. The work waa easy. In fuct some of the legislators Insisted upon being Interviewed and It was reported that the campaign along the new lines was highly successful. Conversions, the leaclters aaia, were , numerous. Legislators not concerned about the Mil last week Insisted upon hearing it discussed In alt Its essentials. The opponents were alio represented by a youncer set of teachers as well, aud all hands looked so well that It was aereeable to Senators to hear both sides of the pensloni dispute with greater patience than ever before. Miss Strachan. Miss Olive M. Jones, Miss Gratia Goiter. Mrs. A. W. Hath rone. William J. McAulllffe and James F. Hmlth were handling the proponents, side of It. while William H. Hendrle. Miss Mary E. Nash and Miss Porrlott were leading the opposition forces. There was no reason for the teachers to come to Albany other than, as or.e of the younger set put it. "to show the legls lators that we arc not all "old hens.' " They denied that they ran away from school to come up to-day. They simply nu nu ihelr own time and went b.ick at midnight. Friends of the bill de clare there Is no doubt of Its postage. NEVER KNEW RELATIVES L'mana, III.. April lO.-John Man nlng, who died here recently, came to the United States after the civil war and earned a good fortune. In his Tlpperary county home he left three brothers, Thomas, Edward and William. He net tled on . farm near Urbana and by dint of hard work and perseverance became prosperous. Taciturn and uncommuni cative, he never heard during his life In America from the brothers In the Emer ald Isle. He lived and died a bachelor. At the time of his death Mr. Manning eft flO.000 In Urbana and Champaign banks, and a 160 acre farm valued at 1300 an acre. Father James Flannagan of Urban was named executor In the will, which left the estate to the three brothers. The prleet Instituted efforts to locate the three beneficiaries, and through the offices of Tlpperary and Brooklyn priests he discovered that they had all died without Issue except Thomas, who left a eon, Thomos Manning. Jr., a Brooklyn policeman, and a daughter, Mrs. John A. Reagan, wife of a clerk employed by tho Interborough Rapid Transit Com pany. New York. Both came to Urbana to-day to claim the fortune of their dead uncle. After they had (-atlsllej the probate Judge that they were the sole legal liclrs they were awarded the bulk of the J'jO.GOO estate, each to receive one-half. GIRL SHERIFF DIVES; RESCUES CRAZY MAN Miss Constance Kopp Saves Her Prisoner by Plunge Into Icy Hackcnsack. SHIP HERE CRUISER'S TARGET. JVowexlHii ( iililaln Iitnored British Orders, hut Had tn Halt. Capt. Nygaard of the Norwegian ship Rrabloch. In yesterday from Holding, TJfjim.ul;. tlnillng ii fair wind In the pafpage between the Orkneys and Scot land, nquar'd away for this coast, not knowing tliat i:iiRlainl had closed the channel for merchantmen. The old WUure rigger, with a piping breeze bellying Iut Utti'H, was making bteam ltlfreped when u Hrltiih cruiser sighted her ami tired a hlank at her Capt. N.v gn.ird feareu to bring the ship up Into the iwlnd In tin- paw-age, noted was strewn with mlneti, and he danced rliilit on through , them. Three more shots. Including one that would have blown her out 'of the water If It hail hit, fallowed -the fleeing ship. Hy thlH time tliu Mr&hloch was out In the Atlantic, with the cruiser racing for her. It was mfe to heave to In the open, and the skipper did so. The cruder rent a boat to the Bra- bloch, unci the boai'ling" ofllcer' wild he would have to take her Into Kirkwall and later Mitmitt her case to a prize court, ('apt. Nygaard fa Id he did not Jcnow about the closing of the passage to nil but nav.tl vexxils, and that any Jiow he was bound for New York to loud cargo for England. The boarding officer teinarkeil that that made a dif ference and the ship was released. Hackknsack. N. J.. April 10. Miss Constance K041P, whose adventures us an Under Sheriff of Bergen county ought to ber turned into a moving picture serial, dived Into the Hackerwack River at 1 o'clock this morning to rescue and re trieve a crazy man who tried to drown himself while she was t.ifcln-j him to Jail. She got him. Her prisoner was Tony Hojnacka. Two weekx ago lie wus sent to the county Jail rimmed with non-support unil cruelty to his children. Last Thutsdity In his cell he cut IiIh throat with the edge uf a broken spoon and w,u transferred to the Haokensack Hospital. Yesterday he was adjudged ltane and SherllT Heath or dered that lie be taken to the Morrtx Plains asylum Miss. Hupp. Sheriff Heath and the chauffeur, Nicholas Dunn, were in auautn N.Y. CENTRAL'S RATE FIGURES DISPUTED Delay in Hearing After Valua tion of Property Is Asked For. Ai.bant, April I". Objections made by attorneys for prot.stant, against the Xttn'S trliu.t con" Incrca.-e In New York Central rates to fof NrW yorls cfty to take ove Include Interest and rental Items In pas senger expenses was responsible for an other adjournment to-day of tht hearing before the up-State Public Service Com mission. The argument will be resumed next Monday. Attorneys for the opi)iients of the In crease wire at first Inclined to contend that no figures for Interest and rentals should he Included In passenger expenses without a physical valuation of the toad's properties. The Public Service Commission. In view of tht impossibility of Including such a valuation within the time when a decision must be reudtred, told the attorneys that they would be THOMPSON FEELS HURT. Complains of Illfllealtr in ettlai Money for Investigation. AtSANT, April 10. "Here I am work ing my head off every day," said Senator Ucotxc F. Thompson In tho Senate to day, "but nobody seems to lovo me. That Is, nobody sornis anxious to en courage tho continuance of my Investi gating committee." Senator Thompson offered a resolu tion appropriating an additional $50,000 for the expense of his committee In In vestigating the New York city Public SenMce Commission. The resolution was referred to the Senate Finance Commit tee. "Does that mean your committee is to continue all summer?" Senator Thompson was asked. "No. we can't go any further than July 1." replied Senator Thompson. 'Other people have no trouble getting all the time and money they want, but with me it seems to be umercni. Senator Thompson h.m made an lu pin 0111 recs- commission r from the prenent Public Service Commission the work of constructing the subways. The commission Is to consist of seven persons, five to be appointed by the Mavor. who. with the Comptroller. Is to be 'nn ex. officio member. The amend ment Inserted In the bill to-night pro vide that this rapid transit commis sion shall be established only "If the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city shall by resolution determine that such commission be established." Thomas Manning Is a patrolman at tached to the Madison street station. Manhattan, and lives at -31 llewes street, Brooklyn. He obtained a five day leave of absence on Friday and went to Illinois with his sister and brother-in- law. "V heard his trip had something to do with u will," a sergeant at the Mailt son street station said lost night, "but lie didn't tell us he expected to come Into fortune. Hope It's true, for Tom's all right." Manning Joined the police force on September 1. K'ut. He gets 1 1,400 year. JOHNS HOPKINS MAN A SUICIDE Prof. Jnnr of llnltlmorr llospltil Victim of Depression. Bai.timoi-.p, April 10 An autopsy tnaut by John" Hopkins Hospital prysl clans has revealed trace- of c.v.mldu o: potassium In the body of !r Harry Clair Jones, professor of phjslcal chemistry at the hospital, who died suddenly yes terday. Coroner Savage rendered a ver diet of suicide adding that I'rof. Jone took the poison while 111 a state of men tal depression. The general Impression Is that becoru Ing desperate owing to his condition which had been bordering on a nervoU' hreakdown for several months, and brooding over the fact that several his Investigations In the field of chemls try would have to be dropped. Prof. Jones resorted to the prison. Servants said the chemist had been suffering frwm insomnia for some time. AUTO ROMANCE FLEETING. mobile with Hojnacka. They h.id to stop 1 afforded every opportunity to disprove me nt Ilutherford to get Mrs. Anna Kayser. figures through their own fxamlnatlon Who was ak.0 dttltlJ for the as luin. , anu questioning 01 tne rono t wunrsscr. NEW WELFARE BILL PASSES. MHrhel Can't .nnie Klnaaharr to Bnard by Its Terrai. Ai.hant, April 10. Senators Elon II. Brown and Henry M. Sage insisted In the State Senate to-night that while thee did not onpose the MeCue bill It was so late vticn Mr. Kayser was BOY WRESTLER AUTO VICTIM. Killed In Brooklyn Street and Ills Opponent Injured, The attempt of two schoolboys to prove lhelr wiestliiig prowess last evening proved fatal to one of them, August Mai hIi, Ifi M-ars old, of 3'J Sumpter street, Hrooklvn. Maisli ami Jiweph Forbs, g years old. nf the t-anm address, arranged a bout and were Just getting under way to the delight of a crowd of young and older enthusiasts In front of the bos' home when nn automobile owned und operated leiidv to go that .Mies Hopp decided to It. A. White, general auditor, were on return to H.tckeusacl, with both patients the stanil this afternoon. At the request lor the n!:l!t. of Joseph S. Wood of Mount Vernon, at- Thev reachul the count. J.ill after tornty for the opponents, Mr. Paulding li 1 VP 1? 1 midnight. Hojnacka. who -eemed to be ' submitted a tabulation of passenger rev whlch he had fe,,y wtts placed on the sidewalk and enue and expense for the whole system. told to wait until .mis. Haysei nun ueeo cured for. Hut he darted behind the automobile ami sprinted across the fields toward the river. Sheriff Heath. Miss lopp anu me chauffeur raced after him Vlen they reached the river bank HojimcKa was sinking. Miss Kopp (.homed to the siierin, lou siay uaca : ""'''-1 Ing made up from the original expense fur nun. ' ?sne vailKeil 0.1 oer n.ii. i iui i . . ..- . ... , ind outersklrt and leap.,1 head (Irst Into " " i 'Jr. the cod water. I'atculiig nolo 01 . " Hojnacka she held hi" loud above water until the Sheriff and the cliiiufleur thiew out a rote and pulled liei' and her captive to the shore. Dr. Kdwald P EMrller ku ivltti n nullliotor for three hours befoiu he oiiened his eyes. , fair and Is causing this commission delay A nurse gave, l.'nder Sheriff Kopp n hot t III hearing this Important case." sharply bath and put her to bed. She reappeared for work at noon to-day, but this after noon she went to New York to buy a new suit. "Hojnacka was really my prisoner and If he had drowned or escaped I would have been held responsible," Miss Kopp tnld. "1 lilmply did my duty, hut I don't want any more such work." C. C. Paulding, general solicitor, and eliminating from the Children's Welfare which he described as a rough estimate. Lively tilts characterized tht hearing. These arose over questions raised by at torneys for the opposition as to the cor rectness of certain tabulations submitted by the rallro.nl. After Mr. Wood hud declined to acknowlidge the authenticity of u tabulation submitted by Mr. Pauld The delay of the hearing several weeks ago was to penult Mr. Wood to examine into the originals upon which this tabu lation was based. "Your Ohltioii Is unreasonable and tin- commented Commissioner Carr. SKIP-STOP RULE SUSPENDED. BAFT SUSPECT PUT ON TRIAL. Jnry Qulrkly f.'hnarn to Try Driver nf Murder ('nr. Frank Ferrara, who drove the auto- llllfldl In Foree To-morrow Though 1 Test Is n Success. MoNTCXAin, N. J April 10. Although Hoard tJie New York city Commissioner of Charities they thought the matter was distinctly New York city's own busi ness and that the IeglsUture should be guided bv the recommendations of Mayor Mltchel and Comptroller Prender gast, Both officials wrote Senator Brown tlmt thev were opposed to the bill. So much discussion was aroused over the measure that the Hcpunucans went imo conference upon It. Only nine of the Hepuhllcans declared utrulnit the measure, and It was agreed 1 1 have It pass after the position of Senators Brown and Sage Was made plain. The Hepubllcans voting with the Hem ocratJ for the bill, which passed the Senate to-night, ftfi to S, Insisted that Mayor Mltchel hid the right to appoint Thai Hies Commlsslone r Kingsbury on the new welfiue lion id. ROADS REPAIR BILL PASSES. Assembly Votes n. ".011,000 for I P- Statr Work. Albany. April 10. Practically all of the first Monday afternoon session the State Senate lield this year was devote.i to Frank Van lloiiten. Jr., Kuli nnlment of Marriage. Itr-ACON. N. Y.. April 10. Though wedded only five months ago. follow In an automobile elopement. Frank Va Houten. Jr. has brought proceedings In the Supre're Court for the annulment of his marriage to Ituth Natalie Parkinson Van Houten. the village belle who Jll'.e lUnlel Iroy Preseerof New York afte the announcement of their engagement was In the newspaper ntllcee. Paper: were served on Mrs. an Houten to-da Tile young husband alleges that Ml Parkinson mterepremted herself to hi: and that he married her as the result o fraud, The elopement of Miss Parki son and Van Houten last October tracteil wide attention. Just before her engagement was to b. published she went automoblllng with Van Houten. n son of Frank II. Van Houten. president of the Dutchess Tool Works, 11 boyhood sweetheart. She told him of her engagement, but he refused to loe his youthful sweetheart, and In Poughquag they arouseil tho village min ister and were married Van Houten Is .IS and Mrs. Van Hou ten 19. Prospects became poorer yesterday for the State of Yucatan ever getting much of the 1472,305 that Gen. Abel Ortlt Argumedo, self-constituted Oovernor of the Btate, brought with him to New York about a year ago, when the Carranxa forces got too close for comfort. A sheriffs Jury decided that two American engineers are entitled to more of the money brought here by Argumedo than the sheriff has been able to find. The Yucatan Government recovered Judgment for 1472,305 a month ago, at wnicn time It became known that uen. Argumedo had vanished. One safe de posit box which he used in the vaults of the Woolworth Building Safe Deposit Company had not been emptied or its contents when Argumedo left because It was sealed by a court order. vvnen Deputy Sherltr sinnott expiorea the box with the execution Issued on the Yucatan judgment he found It stuffed with Mexican peso bills, but the total value in American money was not more than 190,000. The claim against the money was made yesterday In the Sheriff's office In behair or Thomas If. Nicholas nnd oust O. I.adner, who In affidavits stated that they reached Yucatan on the way to this country Just us Argumedo was'plan- nlng to leave there last March. They believed It unsafe to travel with much money and as Argumedo was going away with on aimed guard they en trusted their money to hlin. Uulners claim Is for $46,000 In cash and $20,000 damages for withholding his property. while Nicholas claims $23,000 and $10,000. I.adner and Nicholas said that when they arrived hero and asked Argumedo for the money he- told them It was Ii safe deposit vault, but for "reasons of state" he couldn't turn It over. Counsel for the State of Yucatan did not oppose the proceeding, and the sheriff's Jury returned a verdict for the run amounts claimed. Felix warourg of Kuhr Locb & Co. was one of the Jurymen. Unless the State of Yucatan now puts up a bond to protect the Sheriff for the amount claimed he will have to turn over the money to the engineers. 41 JO . WHITMAN ASKS PALISADE FUND Would Issnr a', .100,000 of Bonds for Improvements. At. pant. April 10. In a special nies sane to the Legislature to-night Oov. Wl.1tm.1t1 recommended legislation pro viding for another bond lesun of $2, 500,000 for the li!ladcs Mark Im provement. Private Individuals h ive promised to donate n similar amount for the completion of tho work of saving the Palisades for public purposes If the Stato will raise this sum by bond Issue. Tlie Oovernor points out that only one quarry remains to be acquired by the Palisades Park Commission, of which George W, Perkins Is iiialrm.m. The acquisition of this quarry would put an end to the destruction of the Pali sades, which was the aim of Gov. Hughes when he recommended the first bond issue of $2,50n,0O0, The Oovernor points out that the Palisades Park In Its present condition la a retreat for millions of ptrsons In the summer months anil he reviews the work done hy the commission In the way of build It X up parks, artificial lakes and making other Improvements to bctiellt the people. What the salesmanager said to the salesman . "Now. on your trip to Chicago, I want yon to buy your ticket from New York over the Baltimore &. Ohio. "Stop off at Baltimore and make your calls there. Then go on to Washington, and attend to those Government orders. Next, go to Pittsburgh and handle things there. You might stop off at Akron, and take time to include Cleveland, going into Chicago on any of the four trains that happen to fit in with your time. You'll do all this traveling on thm mmme ticket. Be sure and deposit ticket at the station where you stop off. "You ought to be bright and fresh and full of 'pep' all the trip, for you'll travel as we like our men to do on the very ?est trams that are run anywhere, over the finest track and road-bed, and in the very latest models of Pullman sleepers. In cidentally, you'll save the house some money by using this stop-over through ticket. "Telephone the Baltimore & Ohio ticket office, Madison Square 3626, and they will fix you up properly. There are four all-steel through trains out of New York for Chicago every day. Leave Liberty Street 8.15 a. m., 2.00 p. m., 6.00 p. m.; 10 minutes earlier from 23d Street. Night train leaves 23d Street at 11.50 p.m., and Liberty Street at 1.30 a. m. The Chicago Limited' and 'Interstate Special' are observation trains and carry compartment sleepers as well. Get a copy of the handsome 'Descriptive Book of Trains' and keep it in your pocket." Ticket Offices : 1276, 379, 213, 390. 1328, 135t, 2081, 2174 Broadway ; 7 Cortlandt St., 225 Fifth Ave., 4 West 123th St., 4 Court St., Brooklyn, and Stations Foot Liberty St. and Foot n( West 23d Si. J. B. SCOTT, Caneral Eastern Passenger Agent, 1276 Broadway. Baltimore & Ohio "Our Passengers Arm Our Guests SELF-DEFENCE GETS A BLOW. mobile contHlulm half u tloznti rotinplni . . . . n..... ti. ..1.1 in..b.,i in I'M 111 mi 11 itnui ikkxi 11111 nn i" rtin putui-ii - , hy Charles Itlen. a lnilldliiK contractor of . jiarnet ItarT, was placed on trial for lntn they dlreKrded. the rule, no that I worta l.ararrly With Women 1 liny the "tdilp-Htop" ruin adopted to facilitate the running of cara on the Illootufleld avenue line, between Caldwell and New ark, went Into effect to-day. It wan not Mrlctly adhered to hy tho inotorineii, who reasoned that many perrons were un familiar with the new system of oper ation. When the inotorineii saw pasencera waiting fur cars at the no Mop cros Theory miiiiiiI Only Where ler ('annul I'.flect n llelrcnt. Trenton, N. J., April 10 Addins to a rule of law made In New Jersey IS", erw .iro Chief Justice iliiininere handed rtrwn an opinion In the Supreme Court holding that the .doctrine of self-defence doe not Justify one pemon In MIIIiik another 'f hy retreatln he can reasonahly expect to escape death or serious harm The decision Mistalns the conviction or N untie ill Marl.i of llaiiisou, who hilled Frank llarher. 1)1 Maria was sentenced to from twenty to thirty yi aie for second degree murder. The hole ground of apieal Involved a charge of the trial court that If Dl Mat la, hla llfi being threatened, could have retreated with reasonable safety and failed to do so the hhootlng of Barber was neither excusable nor Justi fiable. Dl M irla'n counsel contended the at- HITCH IN "BEEP STEW" ORDER. First Payment nn HOO.OOd.OOO Can Sot Yet Jlailr. The IM.nnn.nnn order for tinn.nnn.onn cans of beef stew fur the Hrltlsh army Is still awaiting the first pament Tills order has caused much statistical effort. Men of figures have tried to ascertain how many tin cans niut be manufac ture"! per month, how many head of cattle will he needed anil how many acres must he planted In carrots, onion" and rice to All the unusual demand. The order has resulted III the 11rovlslon.it letting of a gn'.it number of contracts among American cinners and packers. Although the Imperial Canneries, Ltd. which was formed to handle tho con tract, is said to have offered nw .in surance that the payments will bo made the provisional sub-contrnctors are hold ing back. One of the packers s.ild that be bad been unable to llnd that Kinney, ltus.-la or tlreat lirltalii had ordered t'.oo.noo.noa cans of beef stew The Hank of Montreal, with which the Imperial Canneries cicdlt was to have been deposited, has denied receiving or even hearing of It JUSTICE NABS LAWYER IN PERJURY PROJECT Sends (,'iio to District Attor ney After Keillor's .lewelry Is Hidden. The fact that a I.lrtyei .1. ted ns a repo'llory for a client s gem when the client appeared for eA.intlnatlon 111 sup plementary pt ceiling! e'.iusisl City Court Jtistli-e" Mc.Vvny vestcril.i to or der vent to the District Attorney the minutes nf the , .iinln.itlou of iMrlu.i YV llltingiT, who eiwe's Jl 1 1 to the cigar linn of Lincoln A: rinur .end who va direitisl to appear and tell whether he had any assets that could be applied to reduce the Juelsmcnt. Jacob Marop, e-ounscl for the Judg. Ilient cievlltor, nskeil KttlnsiT If hi had nn Jewelry and he said that he had nothing, The lawyer then sold. "Didn't yon have .1 wntcti and -nnn dianionils when .vou entered the i-ourt house"' "No," replied llttlnger. whereupon l.iwver .Marou Ktaiiil that h mu-t have been poor, aid sa tr did to take the debtor ir 11 tornev, .Moses C, Abuzo. ,. MeAvoy. I ISeforo Uie fourt IHtinger rep a Mati"tnent und Justice McAv l..iwver Abii7.ii If he saw .111) J -v hi- client when the latter w.i louri house". Abuza tepllel I 'I il veil 110 to .uiHvvvr th.H -i I tho ground that any nhverva' 1 have niadi' of my cllen s pi -pe.ii'iuice I" In tin1 nature ! ilietwein lawyer and client" "1 don't thl-ik tho l,i iv v I tfniplalcd giving permit-ion tn , I cr tn advise bis ilient to 1 I perjury," s.il'l .liwtl.e Mi .Mo. , have to send this whole niattei ! Dlsflct Attornc". . "Ulvo me my watch and c' lii' 1 ' diamond ring." ".ml Kttinc.e te V 1 who then handed ove i tp. v ,.r "I want to settle this iKni ' y.ild Kttlngir "Vis. my client l willing ' -1 tiling now and let cv 01.it hi i "! terposed Abuza. "So you would try to burg;.' . w ' court, now that ou have bee 1 .1 ic aldlMg and ubettlng .1 client . 'he i mission of a felony," said il-e c "The matter Is out "f tn .1 s lias gone too fr The lilsti. i call take such action a he se.s fit a the c.isn of the Jiidgmct d- . e a v attorney, who advised aim to " perjury." 0"'" .e.ivvtC""" n.,i". of ,!, A..mi,iv Wai.. 1 ttue rule to tie tnnt wnere ,1 man 1 and Means Committee'., bill approprlat-1 tockeil In a place where he has a right lug 13.500,000 for good roadii repulrs up-i to be he need not retreat, although a Hi ". " r I,, uu.i,,. Inliir".' hi" .In III- wil la nnnn to him; that be In entitled to stand his ground and kill his adversary to save himself. Unite. The bill waa finally passed with only tfivo llepubllcani. liwon of llrookbn and llennett of Manhattan, voting igalnt It. Ilamsperger, Democrat, voting Wlin Hie liepuoucniin. WOMAN DEPUTY SHERIFF. MRS. GLASS ON WAY HOME. 8 Arlington place, sliuck hold of them imirder In the first degree yesterday be- the condiictois could slip the passengers : 1 il killed Mai 1I1. The olhcr hoy suf fered biulscs of the head anil body and Inlet mil injuilcM anil was taken tn the Hntilm ick Hospital Tin dead boy's mother became histerl cal In the street and hail to be carried Vo her buine. Itles, win, Imil with him III the niltoiiioblle Albeit Mailer nf 221! Veiinout stteet, I'Mil.iined that the t raged v was an mi blent and was not held by the pollee. AUTOS INJURED 4,865 IN 1915. Total iilnlier of Mrrrl eeldent i'J,.-. fill (IT, II Were Fatal, T3i list nf street ai-eldents fu,- 1915 complied by the Health DriMrfment shown that out nf '.'L,r.4n casualties, 6.1 of which wile fatal, two were e'allsed bv ambulances, one by a dm engine, nnd five by mall wagniiN, l'.tssengfi" illtoinoblles )ieael the list by helm: ifMiiniisdMe. for 4,8! accidents, Street mr.e inn nest, having Injured nnd killed 3,0211 during the ear. There were .",00j e'asu.ilHi"" eliin to falls, and wagons tool; lhelr toll by killing or Injuring 2.241. 'At this rate It Is llguted by Dr. Cor vln that an ambulance, Injures .1 iierson every G.Ot'l tuns, and a lire engine every 4,411 runs, m.ikiiig these siecdy vehicles leit dangi rnim to llfo and limb than any kind In the meets. . ...... 1... ,., 1., iv,., Mim,-..,n 1 a card Indicating tne slopping maces auu Criminal Term.' Kerrnra Is one of four ' Inform them that within two days there jOR a.soki.kh, Cal.. April U, The ... .... .,,,1,1 t... ,1,1 .l.it'l'i t Int. frr.m ln (1I.111 f..! 1 - i . 1.. I ... men who are Held as tne principals m , "'. '.', . , , . "rKI wnni-iu ucpuiy eni-iiu m .m- the ItafT case. (1 iiscppc Ar cheo was , ir"'i.. " ........... , " K0.H ,.,mty .urs. neuie .1. convicted of nmr. .r n the first degree 1 '',' ,1''""- enforced to-day, it was said .,, ms nnnWtl , that ollloe Ust Krh ay that It saved several minutes In tho run- , Hhfri CUllf ajMl worn , .tfter lasi rrniay .... nlm. ,,f th.. c.ies between the Caldwell . .. . . ..... . .... .. Kerrara after his aitcst In Kelnuar "r . " . ..-V tnii Moaiu or nuprrviso s n.n. i. .., torney that , . )(? p,,,,,,, un ,n0 t V1, service i mu- ConteSl'll TO Hie I'lsuici iiumihv mm I he wan paid ' Pernio the Killing limit place on November 2 4, 11'H. A Jury was selected at the mm nlng session and In the afternoon perlunctnry testimony as to Half's death wan put on the record. The trial will he resumed to-day. HELD FOR FIVE CENT THEFT. mission loiicuired In the naming of the WHITC0MB RILEY SINGS AGAIN. !',J,",,''n Z'!" ?J.:.e,X? h,",! I "ii nimit'ii .,. !.' vw...j j..,, . .-. passed a qualifying examination, Mrs, Yaw Is a sister-in-law of Mlleji Iteach A'aw, the CallfornlH singer. I Rho haa had much experience' In the handling of delinquents and criminals, I She waa not at all slow In totting busy In her new position, Half an hour after her appointment she was on ber I'lfth Aveimr I'lrm's Shlpplim Clerk Admit I'neUetlnu; a Mckrl. I'liunivl with the larceny of Ti cents. John nllly. 47, or -mo vvesi nixieeiun of . .()ollK hlt of ,,H ,ddlisoiihy on life In a letter to the club members In response tn a note from Mrs. Moth Informing hlin xhe had been assigned to read a patter on his life and work. The isiem follows: Nn mutter then hoiv nil In mixed "Br VI ore mid Vlore t'oiientrrier," Hi I'netlenlly Tell Women. Ci.KVEt.ANn, Ohio, April 10. A new poom by Jainew Whltcomb Klley was . Mlveii to I lif- public to-day through tl.n I medium of a Cleveland woman. It wa i read hy Mrs. II. 1,. Mntts at a meeting ' l5lb2?7.T.?rJ-!,Ub 81 ,hl" h""e Wa who had been .aenlonood to that The verse 'received no tltlo from the ' "lltlniv Hoosler bard. It was simply his way utreet. a shinning cierK tor a ruin live una dry guops iiousc, wun hi iiiiKiii-ii laet night before Magistrate Slimim In the Men's Night Court, and on a plea of guilty was held In 300 hall for the Court of Hpeclal Hussions. The urreat wan maele by Detective Cooncy of the Second Branch hiiicaU at the ofllce of the conniany, on the complaint of the treasurer, who alleged that ltellly added ft cent to a 30 cent xpreis chars and pocketed the nickel. In our nesr slKhted rleti, All ttilfiics Is fnr the tiput and nxeil Out straight In paradUe. Then tul;o things nn (lod cnd 'em here, And If we live or elln Be more, and more contentcder Without a aiklnc "why." Her work will have to do largely with women, although tdm may he called upon to urrest a boy or man ut any time. The position requires that she carry a budge and a gun, and Unit she fulfil ofllces fttnllar to those detailed to dm women in the police elepartment nf the city. The Idea of a woman deputy sheriff was fostered by a number of club women who presented a petition to the Hoard of Supervisors' asking its In. dnrseineiit for th establishment of the offlca. , llrTorfa to Identify Kentucky Waif Will He Continued. T.KXINI1TON. Ky, Apt II 10.AIlholKlt having like feature and marks, a chubby waif In ii Jmsamlnc county cabin, Mrs, Chailes rtlam of Jersey City Mild to-day, was nut .limnile, her four-year-old boy, With her husband she returned to Jersey City. The county authorities of Xlcholnavllle, near which place the boy Is being kept b Mr. and Mrs. I.lnlt Miller, have be- count iiitei'i-oled III finding the parrntn of tho luil eiud a I'imiitiyw Ide search will be started. Tho child that so greatly resembles Jlinmlc Glass will be placed In nn orphans' home, where he will got an education. A woman named Minnie Woody, whose wliereaboutH are not now known, got off a train last June ill L.tiuiiKUr, K , with this child nnd started through the country hunting for woik. She was later neen with two well drecd i-onvjiunloiiN. The lad la evidently not ot common parentaKo mid the ofllcers sa the) bcllevu hu has been kidnapped, 1 Prn -or, I enti "In thotl. brIOfn n a tru to' broiler on tl lh counll rf lt conr lin II tru fomt and m onw ip.al way a ntrvfood " "Sari ling tl I htanil Why shouldn't Sanatogen help you, too? When to eonieientioui moulder of public opinion as Col Henry Watterion, the editor, is convinced that "without Sanatogen he could not have recovered his vitality;" When a writer and naturalist to respected for his learninc tnd keen powers of observation as John tiiirrouc)! h iire th?t because of Sanitogen he "enjoys better sleep" and has a "mind and strength much improved;" When novelist ss famous as Arnold Bennett and Sir Gilbert Parker, and medical authorities as distinguished as Dr C. W Salaby of London and Prof. C. 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