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THE SU.N, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1916.
HEW YORK WICKED, SAYS MRS. WAITE Women Muhi Reform if (lie City Is lo (iiwv Hctter.' HOI'KS DOCTOR MIST 1)1 K If (hero nn t-ver tt iliilllu-'loliPil nAnnii "I"" N Mi'' i'I.im IVcU Wiiltc, nhrt Im 'Kmc " Now York from Uintul KJpl'l. Mlrl' for tin- Mlulc m tho irt.il nf Iter liiiMmtitl, 1'r, Arthur Warren W.illr. fur tho tnurdpr of her f.illicr, Ji'lm I! IVcl. HrllrvlnR that ripil.il I'UiHKlimiMit N wrotiir, rxcrit In fVfl'' I'M"''!', K-iy tlllH H (IIIO rf th rx.'t,itlotiH--tlmt "ilcnth cpimiih to t (hi" im! Ju"t punishment fnr so lior riMr .1 rrlm"" Mr.. W.ilte I" Miiyln with ulil frlondK li'i'Inoiiont .ivcmif. She liarl 11 lntiE IIk ,th I'lKtrlct Attorney Kwiinn yi". trrL iv moriiliiR unci ncalu lust tilKht. In t afternoon she recvlvert reporters for I fov minutes. Her lres.. hut nlitl rPM pro hl.ick, with a touch of white t:1 t ie li it She Old not rale her vrll. Sl.o j .1 sllcht, hlue eyed, fair haired roinc uom.m. dolus her tiest to tlRht off t nrnoiK hre.ikdnn. Now ami then tit smilcil bitterly n she recalled In cidftits of "inarrled life that seemed tTict lJe.il." Httle attentions from thv Mfr o devoted dentist to which she now atMohe sltinltlc.ince that she doesn't Ut to dwell upon. Joy of I.IvIhk (lone, I hate Iot everything." she said. "Life unmiis nothing to me. t mlfiht tie hcen able to forgive Dr. Walte for Kt association with Mrs. Alurmtret Hirton That Is nothing compared with U-f Iom of my pn rents. "I seem to be different from many women In New York. My KOodness. I r,ver saw kucIi h place ns New York! Hre women seem to think nothing of lolnit about with married men. I wan trouKht up to belleie that men should be ,i n(v.l as women, and I am sure that noman should et the example by being ibovn reproach, legally olid morally. Those who don't nre as much to blame aa the men. Mr. Horton knew Dr. Walte as married. She went with htm mply to get what she could from him. 1( New York is to grow better its women mult reform. "But 1 care nothing about Mrs. Mor ton now. 1 am not thinking about her. Dr Walte could have had tier ami a num tir of other women If he had only timed my parent. They were all In tfc world to me. and In taking them he m'rht well have taken me. I do not even think of Dr. Walte my more. On July 1 1 shall have my ittrtt of divorce. 1 consider myself T't row t do not think of the trial thfr. 1 do not know what Is prompting rr.t to testify It must be my parents. HJt 1 do know that Dr. Walte never rully loved me, or he would nevei have mrft me suffer the way I'm suffering no 1 niillUra to See the Doctor. The financial affairs of the Walm hO'jehold seemed to puzili? her In retro spect She said that hhe had her own bank account, always bought her own :othes and complied with Walte'a de mind that she be always well dressed. Trere was also a Joint bank account r,I she never questioned her husband (bout his expenditures, although they cmed to her extravagant. S.ie said she didn't want to Me Dr. Walte acaln but supposed she would hue to at the trial, which will begin on MiniUy "I suppose the trial will be short," she idJfd, "It Is a mockery, but of course the law prescribes It." She was asked If she believed Dr. Walte Intended to end her life also. 'The detectives tell me he did," she teji'.xi. "1 don't know what to think." Her brother, I'ercy I'eck, and his wife Jte also tn the city and will be called U testify against Dr Walte. WA1TE DEFENCE MOVES. (tela Court I'irinlMlon to Kxamlne Vt ItiM'Hnr In MlrhlKao. Justice Shenrn in the Supreme Court. !th the consent of Asrluant District Attorney Hrothers. yesterday appointed commission of two lawyers to, take ':emen:.H in (Jrand Itaplds and Ann Krbor. .Mich, In behalf of Dr. Arthur W Walte. Holand .1. Clelland will hfr witnesses to-morrow In Grand lipids, and on Saturday Frank A. fivers will hear tho witnesses from Ann Arhor Assistant District Attorney Mncuo will represent Judge Swann 'i Joseph K. Crater will represent Walter It. Deuel, counsel for Walte, at th hearltips. Home of the witnesses who are to be tamlned In Ann Arbor were connected vth tho fnlverslty of Michigan when WnU was a student there. All arraneements havo been com pleted for the trial to open Monday be fore Justice Shearn. Court will open at 1" o'clock each dny and the prosecution rs li5 witnesses to call should the r,.i them There Is a possibility 'he ra m;,y bi- shortened by the con-"-Ion by the defence, that Walte com rl'ted the murder of John E. I'eck as llsed. but was Insane nt the time. Th'n mucli of the preliminary proof will fc Unnecessary No trouble Is expected 'n pMlnc a Jury from the 2.",o talesmen. '' Is possible that District Attorney i-anii will make the opening speech to Jury Assistant District Attorneyi lirotheri and Doollng will handle the NEVER KNEW HZR PARENTS. Mrs. llnry W. Turner, Wealthy, Tell. I nuiiinl Tale In Court. Tet?lne before Hupreme Court Jus '''' Kellv in Itlverhe.id. I.. I., veaterd.iv "". Mary Wlnthrnp Turner, widow of i"nia M. Turner, heail of the so-called '"" din'k tniMt. admitted that she "l,f knew ti,e names of her parents. Mrs Turner Is a lover of dogs and many of her entries hae won nrlzes at She liai also acted as a dog now Judu-n nn several occasions, Khe wilncsM in a suit brought by Hiroirl M Turner, one of Turner's; three ns to rompe her to turn over some of property which the elder Turner guve iter lielnie marriage. Mrs Turner said she was adopted by Mr and Mrs, IMmund Hall lleatley nen sho wnt 6 months old. Although ne remained with her foster narcnta "'til she was IR, she said she was tiever to nnd out who her parents were, else said she ran away from home, went "n Ihi! Mage as a rhnrus girl and was "larrled to a man named Khoades, who divorced her. Hhe later was attracted to another nn, she hald, and subsequently Turner iMinrefl mat she was his ward. In il. after Turner was divorced from his. "lie me was married to him In Con Uctlrut. EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY. c'rl llralon U shaken hy h. rlra of Mbocka. H"MK. M,V 17 A., urlhiimitia ullh fecurrent sliorks oeruned last night nnd ioiay In central Italy, the enllrn re n extemiiiiK fiom Annlla to I'erugla. I'otll ami l-'erraru being """Til, castialliei limn rnunlte,! jh fur ?' known, and beyond damage to fonis houses at Pcsaro no destruction hi 1 bi en reporlcd, MANUFACTURERS INDORSE U. 5. INCORPORATION PLEA Ex-Secretary Nagel Tells National Association Now in Time of Need Is When Government Should Act State Laws Onerous. Charles Nagel. Secretary of Coininenv "ml Labor In ITesldent Tuffs Cabinet, lellv. ted u HrmiK appeal for IVtleral In re jmrntlon before the National Assocln- '" f Manufacturer at night nt the crKMiilatlon' twriity-ilrst ntintiul dinner mi the Wnldorf-Astotln. Mr. Nagel re mark met with n hearty response from hi COO or mine auditors, ami It was. easy to tell that the manufacturer were a irontrly In favor of Federal Incornora- tlon as Mr. cs'a-ul. 'll to this time," said he. "we bale been hrcklejl by t,e tloveminent and tod ti It how we could conduct our selves. If we wished to survive. Hut that time haa pnwed, Now we do not tieed the (Invernment us much a the tlovcrn ment needs tis." Till Was III Mif.r.n. . the (lovernment for the active r.ioorn- Hon nf t!m m.nHl.u,,.. ... . . : : ' .........iniuiii-iB iii any rompre- i -.r. OI prepareflnes. and at the I word "prciiirednes." v the way. the j manufacturer registered their Indorse-! "" eniniiBinstio npplaiihe. Then Ir. Nai:e! went nn tn i.. M.i..., n 1 Chaotic rnmlltl dtifftrlpK nmt oxlft tcnusp of the rtrlc- llu,B niipji iiinrfii iimn thorn bv tlm Var.liH Stal,f I" which they operntV. Of) thC OOntrnl nt fnrnASiHnn. ...1.1 1... And If the State lag In the matter of j legislation Congress takes up the work. I There I not one manufacturing tlmi of' consequence that knows from one day I in .uminer wnat it may or may not have to do ntixt. "What Is consistent In such an ar rangement" Nothing. I am sure. unle It be that there 1 thus supplied n con sistent employment for the lawyers. Commerce, which Is big enough to ex tend throughout th 1"nflin.t ut.,,nu should not be liable to the whims of the Individual States." 1 And then Mr, Nagel Indicated, a one! proof of the feasibility of Federal In-1 corporation, the fact that practically nll m- mr.iiis uy wmcn mani.racturing firm doing an Interstate business ac complish their business are federally regulated and Incorporated to nil Intent and purposes, In till WtlV. tiA evtilnlnn,l It m-III k. found that the telegraph companies are under Federal control, that the railroads are practically under Federal cnnU"l. that tho post otllce Is the business of the reuerai uovernment in snort, that all the line of communication by which big flrmi f'nrrv nn ikle YiiiMl.,Aa nc. Federal Jurisdiction except the firm inemseiven. Mr. Nagel touched In some detail on MlA nltOlllnil nf n n,t-..lin... .n..l..l marine ami enthusiastically Indorsed the pian or aunsmimng steamship companies. ii our sieumsoip iniiueiry. ne sain. companies without subsidies then let u meet the Issue fairly and recognlio that me reason mey cannot i necause the foreign companies are subsidized by their Oovernmentti." George l'ope and John Hays Ham mond also spoke. James A. Kmery acted as toastmaster. ASK NEW COMMISSION. Mannfarturera Paror V. . nrferre for Capital and Iitinr. An Industrial relation commission that would do for labor and capital what the Federal reserve system doe for banking and the Interstate Commerce YALE MEN IN UPROAR OVER GADSKI PROTEST Students Express Disapproval of Duteli" Carter's Objec tion to Prima Donna. Nkw Havkn, Conn.. May 17. Dutch Carter, who registered an objection to Mme. Gadukl's appearing in "Die Walkuere" In the Yale Howl on June 7 because of her husband' German activi ties, ha stirred up considerable of a rumpus and Yale undergraduates and members of the faculty were busy to-day expressing themselvea on the affair. President Iladlcy said to-day he would make no comment, but that the notion of the unlvenilty In asking Mme. Gadskl to sing at the opera spoke for Itself. The following protest, which appeare.il In the Vole .Veics this morning. Is taken to Indicate the sentiment of some of the undergrnduntcH on the question: To the Chairman of the '. SIR I understand thai Hook McOlook hn beerj encaged to aupe tn a tierman opera in the Bowl. I hive it on accurate Information that MeGlook'a wife It under indictment for sir nil ni three nalra of eoohe running pants fronv Yale In China while aervlnr as a laun dress Ai a Vale man and eipeclnlly as an American I want to protest asalnst Hook's engagement lo aupe in a Yale function Vale In China U of lmmnse Importance to the modem Chink, but the recent utleran.es of Kllg. Klih and Leo. with their "I'm buyin' 'em" (a atatemenl lacking in the lumla. mental! of Kniliih grammar anil Inaultinlr insinuating to the person addreswdl, together with the engagement of Hook makea me sore I don't suppose you will publish thli be cause it is too direct, but I hope you will Yours till the panties come home lours ON LI 1VUN LUNO The member of the Elizabethan Club published the followlnf? to-day : To the Chairman nf the ." sir The engagement of Mme. ftariikl to ing In the Howl makes Walter F. Carter lore MEMBERS OF THE ELIZABETHAN CLUB. VON IGEL CASE PUT OVER. Carl A. I.uederlta Arraligtieil anil Get Ten Ilaya Delay. Carl A. Luederltz. German Consul at Ilaltlinore, was arraigned before Judge Wolverton In the United States District Court yesterday on nn Indictment ne cuslng'lilm of conspiracy In conneitlon with the obtaining of a fraudulent pass port for Horst von der Goltz. under the name of Ilrldgcmen Taylor He pleaded not aTUllty, received ten day in which to chanire his plea and was released In 15 000 ball, furnished by the Maryland Cuaualty Company. He wa represented by Charle W. Field of Haltlmore, The ense of Wolf von Igel, set for yesterday, went over until next Monday. Von Igel I accused of plotting with Capt Huns TuuHcher, Capt. Franz von Papen nnd other to blow up the Wei land Cnnal. Capt. Tauscher received an Adjournment of onn dBy to decide whether ho will make any change In his plea of not frullty or file a demurrer to the Indictment. Itoger II. Wood, As slHtant United Btate Attorney, Informed Tauscher' counsel Hint If a demurier to the Indictment should be filed argu ment must be made on It by next Wednesday. The Government desire to bring the case to trial n soon a po. Hlble. (ieorate II. 'n Dylnit, Cincinnati, Ohio, May l7.GetiKn H. Cox Hie theatrical magnate ami former Itopubllcnn bnew of Hamilton county. I . . ..1.... H,.f.r Ati'iittiick of lineuinonin followed tho paralytic utioko lie suffered several month fo. Death tnny come, at any moment. I'otutnlsslon for the railroads was advo cated yesterday by Frank I,. Moore, president of tho American Pulp and Paper Association, In the closing session of the annual meeting of tho National Manufacturers Association nt tho Wal dorf. Such n commission, he snld, should study the (ierman system of handling labor, which "to a certain extent dls eouiaires Individual effort, but tend largely to n happy atnt contented peo ple." He thought that workmen's com penatmn should be placed under na tional supervision tn end the vexation of diverse State laws. Paper of all kind produced In this rnttntry amounts to 4, ."00,000 ton a .enr, said Mr. Moore, and 1,100 or 1,200 tons a day are Imported. He said hi association welcomed Investigation by the Feilcr.il Trade Commission, and added : "One thing, however, we never hear of Is an Investigation of our labor unions, wages paid to the different classes nf labor in all kind of manufacturing, to determine to what extent labor enter Into cost. Vii.ta I'nlnna Milrlrack Merit. "The merit system la not allowed to preva 1 or exist In n labor union, Labor Is one of the large Items In the cost of producing paper, yet never a word la said a to whether or not labor Is treat ing the employer fairly. "When the war Is over the price of labor will be hardest to readjust. Km plojer and employee will bo confronted with problems nw and hard that will teciulrii the coolest Judgment If strikes or i lot nre prevented nnd the good feel ing w hich produce etllclency prevails." Jntnts A. Kmery, general counsel of the Manufacturers Association, speaking of the tendencies of Industrial legislation said : "Husines men require and must sub mit to tieceary regulation. Hut they can no longer afford to remain suprtlnely Indifferent to the menacing mass of un friendly nnd unsound legislation nor merely express themselves In sporadic protest, Indignant denunciation and the usual n lapse Into pessimistic and passive exnsper.itlon. "Tin. situation demand organization for defensive .ltd constructive action. Tile mind that have organized Ameri can liUslne must stir In dormant forces to a new sense of duty und responsi bility " fulled Action Colored. Tin association adopted a lesolutlon npptovlug the MiKKtiou of President Seotge Pope that an organization be cie ated representing- a man local. State and national Industrial organizations as possible whlrh inn) agree on detlnlti principles and may express at times the authoritative opinion of associated lr dustiy with rc.ect to mi iiiri and pollrie of tlie (iovernniint and Congre, Another resolution urges Congress to defeat the Van D.vke bill, which prohibits the. ue of etllclency methods or devices In tht postal service, and the Tavetiner bill, under which stnndirdlz.itlon of the public service would bo a crime. Charles T. (iraham, president of the American Hardware .Manufacturers As sociation, called for a strong Federal s)s tem of railroad regulation a u substitute "for the varying rule of fotty-elght unco nrdiii.it, d States." He said the present system causes endless conflict, trouble and useless txpense" I0PP SUES FOR DIVORCE. American iccnard of Attaeklnw Wife In Parla Pile Action. fiptclal Cablt Dr.fiixte. In Tut Sis. Pni, May 17, George Washington Lnpp, the American who Is nccued of attacking his wife nnd stepdaughter with a chisel a few diys ng. vald to day that he had begun an action for divorce. Ife named as corespondent a man previously mentioned In the cape Kverybody nt the American Ambu lance, even those unfriendly to him. rec ognizes the good work which Mr. l.opp has done there since he Joined the amhuIaTice, especially h!s energy In get ting thing done. He Is credited with havlne refused an offer of a decoration from the French Government, on the gmund that It wae too early for such honors. The correspondent of The Sr.v recall" several applications he made to Mr. I.opp on behalf of wounded American who wished to bo sent to the ambulance and all the request were granted, although the red tape difficulties In arranging for the removal of n wounded Individual Into any specific hospital gvnernlly are Insuperable. Mr I-opp told the correspondent to. diy thit he was bom In Washington, He refused to discuss the complaint made against him by hi wife and step 1! (tighter, expressing regret for any pos sible effect it might have oil the ambulance I THE l It' a top-ctotch spring tonic; 1 rebuildrr of tired nerve and flagging mutclet. Bid care food-byo and enjoy to the full thin health-Knewing voyage on Southern Pacific Steamships H "MORGAN LINE" H NEW YORK AND NEW ORLEANS H Connecting with tha Luaurientlr Equipped SUNSET LIMITED (Eracr day la tha Year No Eatra Fan) New Orleans Lot Angeles San Diego San Francisco For Particalars Inquire iHB I IBS Broadway 366 Broadway SB Broadway gB at 27th SU Franklin St ntar Wall St. CHECK FOR PAJAMAS MAKES A WIFE SUE Ti'iifiiig llnsbanirs Hairiri-rjo, Mrs. Lcifrliion round llou iloir Slippers Also. hOCTOll AS "HONEY HOY A baggage check in the pocket of t)r. John A. I.clghton, veterinary surgeon and member of the New York Athletic Club, aroused the Interest of his wife. Mrs. Margaret l. l.rlgliton. when she found It while premlng her husband' coat, and It resulted In it separation suit which was tried eteriliiy before Su preme Court Justice Krlungcr. Mrs. Lelghton said she sent to tho rennlvatil.i Station to find out what the check was for and got a small trav elling bag In which she found two palm of boudoir slippers, one belonging to iv man nnd one to a woman. She also found two suits of pajamas, one of blue silk, entlrelv too small for her hus band, who H more than six feet tall, nnd n needle nnd thread. "My suspicions were confirmed miny time after this discovery," said Mrs. I-elghton. "When pressing hi clothe on another occasion I found a letter written by a woman who signed her self Kstelle' It wns addressed tn 'beaiest Jnrk, referred to him as he Honey Hoy and told of her Joy be cause the doctor had written her a sweet letter. "I spoke of the letter to one of my husband's three daughters by a previous marriage and the daughter Just smiled and said, "That's nothing.' She told me she knew Kstelle a Miss McKlroy of SuffiTii. N. V I Immediately returned the letters tn Miss McKlroy and when I told my husband about It he flew Into a rage nnd cursed me. Later he boasted on leaving the house on numerous occa sions that he was going to sic 'one of hi girl.'" Mis. I.clghton said that tliee ill coverlcH were made two year after her marriage, but she forgave her hni-bind. atrl althoiwh he began to drink heavilv she took pity on him and gave h!ni salt baths, bromides nnd alcohol rub When her hub.ind returned In the spring of i:M3 fiom a three day tay In Atlantic City she found a hotel bill In his pocket for "J. Duncan and wife" Later she went In her husband's car to his camp In the Adirondack, and while on the way told the chauffeur she was Mrs. l.elghton. "iln on' You're not Mrs Lelghton." the plaintiff sa.d the chauf feur replied "Mrs lelghton is up at the camp." "I'pon arriving nt the camp." con tinued Mr. lelghton. "I looked for the other Mrs. l.elghton, but she wasn't to be seen. While returning on the triln with my buband 1 not!-e. a voung woman In the cir smoking clgaret'e behind n newspaper As we were leav lug the cir the doctor siid.let ly told me he had left lis watili behind and ' P me I then saw bin walking up a-d down the aisle with the young roman who t later learned was Miss M -Kirov." Jllist before Mr .ela'itnn Mhishe-1 be testimony Pr I.i 'vhton's tine daugh ter entered the court lonm - 1 1 . 1 U.s.s,. I him a thev tool; bents esyle him Mis l.eirhton was so nffe. ted tint the tr.al had to bo halted before she could i on tlnue her testimony. The case was not finished. NO OPERATION ON DR. PER VEIL. Physician Hefnses tn lllscnaa "Mceiilnit MeUnesa" Case. Dr. Albert c Pervell, the Itrooklyn tsets,. ily v.ctlm. who was taken to Itoosevelt Hospital on Tuesday, was not operated on jeterday Dr Kdgar White of f7l West Knd avenue, the admitting physician, who was called In by Dr, Pervell' mother, snld the patient hail been sent to the hnspltnl for diag nosis and observation, but refused to dis cuss any phase of the case It was said at the hospital that Ir Pervell' condition remained unchanged There Is ald to be a question whether an op-'iatlon will be pel formed lr, Klmer Lee of l:;. West F 'iy elghth stret, who has been treating Dr. Pervell for the last four 11101 Pis repeated yesterday hi assertion of t'le day before that he advised sttongly against an operation as he d'd '.ot P-, nl any good would result He said he be lieved Dr. Pirvell would be glad to get home again without nn operation M0NTIMAGN0 TO TESTIFY. Ciiinlnor Prom lien tli Celt aa n Wlt- ' sen Against lliifriuin. The warden of Sing Sing was served I yesterday with n writ of habeas corpus calling upon him lo produce Gnetann .Montlniagii". who Is now In the dr.i'h ' house, In New York this morning to , testify agaltvst Michael A Itnfrano, who ' surrendered himself to the pol. , on Monday to face trial for the alleged I murder of Michael Galmari on March S, 1915, Montliungno Is ald to have asserted that Itofrano wns not far away from Galmari when lie was shot down In tin' street What Itofrano said and did at Hint time will be told to District At toruey Swann to-day .Moiitlningiio lias expressed his willingness to make a full confession provided Ml Swann wii tin certain things In his Interest U. S. CRUISER GROUNDS; FREED, BUT DISABLED Sim Frnneisco I'ounils Nan fllekel Hlimil Klglif. of Crew KpshkmI in Foff. ItosTti.v, May 17. The cruiser Sin Francisco, now In service a a mine la.ver, thumped a slio.il In Nantucket Hound during a gale of wind, fog and heavy rain early this morning nnd was aground for several hour Wireless rail for assistance were sent out, hut before any of tho vessel steaming to her assistance arrived In tlm vicinity the stranded craft Moated herself and an chored. Later the battleship New Hampshire appeared and the, Hah Francisco, con vojed by tho former, started for Ports mouth, N. H.. under her own steam, with only one engine working. A wh.itebo.it containing eight of the Wan Francisco' crew wn reported miss ing In wireless message picked up by private; station during the day. but radio from the Vessel herself did not mention this. Later It was stated that these seninen had been ordered to put out a hedge anchor to nsslst In hauling the vessel off or seek assistance ashore and got lost In the fog. At all events, they nre reported to-night tn be safely nn board the (Jrent Hound Shoal light ship. The extent of the San Francisco' In juries has not been learned. It I stated that she has In en ordered to Portsmouth to be drydocked for exam ination, but In view of the radiogram that she ha but one engine working It would appear that she sustained some damage from pounding on the shoal. Commander Arthur Mr-Arthur was In charge of the xessel, and Commander Itegltialt 11, Kclknap, who is In command of mine laying, was on hoard. The San Fraclsoo was bound from Portsmouth to NcvMirt when the accident happened At .'It! Una I'mirtli of Tvtlna. AN'Novr.i:, Ark, May IT Heorae Pa vis and his wife, aged .11, are receiv ing congratulations on the birth of a fourth set of twins The make twelve children botn to Mrs Kav'.s, (Hie of the m coiul set and both the third and fourth set of twins are llv.ng and In perfect health, , How ' T nettled Bill Parr considerably ! So manv that "all Tire Tubes are just Rubber." He determined to show some folks the difference. in a way they would never forpet. There were four Cars at the door, and their Owners r Drivers at his elbow. To these he said. "Boys. how strong do you think this Goodrich Brown Tube actually is ? "Do you believe it is strong enough to tow Mr. den's five passenger Car, with four people in it, from here for 20 blocks ? "You don't, eh ! "Well now here's a bit of a Bet I want to make with any, or all. of you. "I will bet you a Dinner that this little old regular Goodrich Tube (31x4) will not only tow Mr. Oden's Car. but will tow all three of your Cars, fully passen pered, through the streets, for the full 21 blocks (more than a mile and a half) starting and stopping as many times as the crowd makes it necessary. "I will. if you Gentlemen are agreeable, line up all four of your Cars, right here and now, take three regular Goodrich Tubes hap-hazard out of their boxes, tie one tube between each two Cars, (which means liauling three Cars on the first Tube) and tote You-all that way to 'The Corners.' "Are you willing to beta Dinner that any one of the three Tubes will 'go broke' on the way, or show a flaw which would leak Air. or prevent its being used for its original Tire purpose afterwards ? "You are. eh ? "Well the Bet's on ! "Come along, and you be the Judges." THE Dinner was a very Cheerful Affair. . As Oden said afterwards (when putting up his share of the Bet) "you could have bet me a Million on that, Parr, and I'd have taken you up, even if I had to borrow the Million. "I don't see how the blamed Tubes ever did hold out, especially going up Saco St. under such a strain. . "With eight people in the last three Cars, and a total load of over 8,800 pounds I sure thought to hear unmet It hifl snap before second block. "Whaddye put into that brown Goodrich Rubber anyhow, to make it hang together like that V " GOODfiICa INNEHf-TUBES GREY AND BRIAND FOR PEACE LEAGUE Von .In-row Fenrecl H Would lie Too Tlieorctieiil, Tnft Tells Molionk Conference. ! FA V0KS PHF.PATIKDNKSS I Lvkc Moiionk. May 17. Presiding- to. j night nt the Lake Mohonk conference jon International arbitration, ex-Prcsldent Tnft declared that Kir l-M ward tlrey and Premier llrland had endorsed tho plan nf the Ic.'iano to enforce tirnre. Von Jngow, he said, thought well or the Idea, but feared It would be too theo retical. Sir Kdwnrd and M. Itrlnnd. how- lever, hellved It would bo Impossible to j conclude a satisfactory pence except on 1 such a basis nnd looked to the United Stntes to lead In the suggestion to n world conference. Mr. Taft replied to objections which have been made to the platform of the I LeagiP! to Kn force Piace. The crltl 1 elsm that It would require a great stand ! Ing army has lost force In his opinion j through the campaign for reasonable , preparediKS. which, If brought ubout, I will supply all the force) needed to con I tribute to the proposed International ' Isdlce, A for the constitutional ob jections, Mr. Taft dismissed them with I the assertion that If It li unconstitu tional to delegate such power to an In ternational court every arbitration In which tho I'nlted State ha engaged has been equally unconstitutional. The only objection to which Mr. Taft save serious weight was that the plan of the league involved it reversal of Washington's ndvice ngalnst entangling uilanccw. Tills he conceded to be true, but pleaded that conditions to-day are totally unlike what they were In Wash ngtou's time, rspicially as to the I'hlLp pui's, Panama and Mexico. Mr, Taft xpicjud the opinion that by entering i into a league of nations, such as he pro- pesaa.''' the Texas Tube happened ! Motorists had carelessly stated Tin: ;. . annnmcii ra, M.mn, Ohio. New York Branch) 17S0 Brondway. Telephone Columbus 870fi, I posed, the United States would be mora likely to ovoid war than by remaining out of It. Jim of the speaker this evening wns Hear Admiral Austin M. Knight. U. W. N., president of the Naval War Col lege. Admiral Knight said that to his mind lliero nre two tonslstent view re ttnrdlng preparedness. "One I that we should not light under any circumstance and therefore should not arm," ho said. "The other l that wo should do evcrj thing possible lo avoid the necessity of lighting nnd therefore should bo prepared. I liellevo that In this country vve have no reason to fear that propamine will develop a, spirit of nggrosslvcnesH." Other speaker this evening were Judge John 0. ltoe of (lie Fcdernl Dis trict Court of Maryland, who spoke of the dllllcultle In the way of applying rules of Individual morality to the rela tion of Independent State, and Dr. William I. Hull nf Sivarthmoro College. The first session, held this morning, wn opened by Daniel Smiley, who with hi brother, the late Alfred Smiley, founded the conference nnd ha enter tained It member for the last twenty two year. Dr. Lyman Abbott, Dr. .lame Drown Scott, secretary of tho Catnegle Kndow merit for International Peace; Wnlter S. Pentield inn! Kdivln M. liorchard, law librarian of the Lib rary of Congriss, ntul Herbert S. Houston, vice-president nf Doiibledny, Pago & Co., were the other sinkers. TROOPS AID DRY TOWN SEARCH. Alnbntna Mllltla .sent tn (ilraril tn llnforee Prohibition l.orr. Montu:, Ala., May 17 Twocompanle of Infantry are on duty at Olrard to night, ordered there by Attorney-den-eral W. Martin to enforce the prohibition law. Another comnanv Is held In re.idl- i ties nt Fnlon Spring. Trouble Is an ticipated when arrest are made. A systematic search Is to be made for . liquor. Although Alabama ha a strln ' gent prohibition law similar to that which went Into effect In Georgia on May I, (ilrnrd ha been known n a "wide open" town. It I said wipplle were brntiBht In from Georgia. I Just before the anti-shipping law I went Into effect In Georgia It wo re ported that several thousand dollar worth of liquor wa shipped Into Co lumbus, much of which. It was under stood, found It way Into Olrard It became known to-day that Alabama State nlllcl.il some time ago notified county olllcer that the town via to be " leaned up." yuantdle of liquors are reported stored In cotton warehouses and burled In nearby fields, Fritz said that what puzzled him most was the brown Rubber Tubes "not being all stretched out of shape after such a tug, even if they did hang together at the finish. "Look you." said he, "when we released the load, -after the Haul. they instantly snapped back into just three-quarters of an inch longer than they were at the start ! "And that H of an inch, they took up again in less than two hours rest." UT T TELL. hoys. " -Bill Tarr remarked, as f he smoothed out a wrinkle in his well- . . ,J T vlled ve9t "that'll stop the Argument about all Tire Tubes being 'just Rubber,' won't it ? "If the Brown Stuff that toted all you Heavvweights, and your Cars. for 21 Blocks without a Sign of Heavy Duty afterwards, isn't something MORE than 'Just Rubber,' like other Tubes, then you'd better buy the "Just Rubber' kind hereafter. "I'm going to ask all of you to sign your names to tins 'Texas Tire Tube Test, 'just to show that vou have taken part in a regular Exploit which is mighty well worth recording." So indeed they did, and here is the affidavit ! AFFIDAVIT This certifies that we. the undersigned, took p.irt in nnd witnescd, the. Texas tube trst teforrcd to in thr adver tisement entitled "How the Texas Tube Test Happened!" that the test was made on date of Nov. 11, at Waco, Texa, the distance covered being twenty-one blocks and that the result was as described. Signed W. M. ODKN J. M. NASH B. A. FRITZ W. A. PARR Subscribed and sworn to brfnte me by W. M. Oden J. M. Nash. R. A. Fritz and W. A. Tarr. this the 3rd day of May, A. D. 1916, at Waco. Texas. Signed J. 0. WRF.N. Notary Public McLennan County, Tesas. Now what think You of these GOODRICH Tire Tubes that could bear up under such a gruelling test ? .. 5,e)ect tnat thy cost yxl no niore than the "ordin ary" Tubes you so carelessly accept I ONLY 2 JURORS FOUND WILLING TO TRY ORPET Second Venire of 100 Men Also Hevenl.s Sfroncr Objection to Service. Wai-kkoav, 111.. May 17 Kffort to obtain a Jury to try William It. Orpct, the Pnlverslty of Wisconsin student, for tho murder of Florence Lambert, met with even less kucccsh to-day. Tho num ber of tentative Juror was reduced to two tht afternoon when K. A. CUrk was exrnsed because of Illness. Judge Donnelly took official cogni zance lo-d.iy of the fact that Lake, county citizen are using more than one subterfuge to nvold Jury serxlee In the trial. In a short speech to .1 new x-e.nlr of 100 men he hcd every man to he honest with himself, with the State and tho defendant when lie answered ques tions, "Jury service Is .1 duty every ir.an owes to hi State and fellow man. You must not II to escape such service." A strange analogy developed durlnfc the examination of Peter Hock of Llb ertyvllle. Fifteen years ago the Bock had a daughter IS year old. True love. In her case, a In Marian Lambert', didn't run smooth. Iter father anil mother objected to the boy's suit, even forbade him coming to their home. One morning they found their daughter dying. She had taken poison. Dock was excused from Jury duty. ANOTHER BAIT CASE ARREST. Sny l.aiimlr) 111 nn Ovtnril Part ot Smlooii Where KlllliiK Wa Planned Detectives llenantin nnd Case arrested Augelo liaglalio, ,'17 years old, of 1131 Kast 107th street last night n bench wurrant Issued vestcrduy following hie Indictment for murder in tho Itarnet HafT case. Gagluiio Is the president of the Colum bia Wt Wash Company at 339 Kast 107th street. Tho police say tie was part owner of the saloon nt 227 Kast 107th islteet, where the Haft minder was planned and the money divided after tho I crime. Ipolltto Greco, who owned the other half, wns murdered In a stable I soon after the murder of Daff. test Tessas -Test" Tires it't' ' -lXL.2i2u