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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1S2S.
6 AGED MEN WITH PEP TABLETS , nftcrnoon. and that for iiomethlnir like five weeka the frreateat known cure for a crouch and tho depression of winter will bo nvallnble nt the northeast corner .Madison square every afternoon nna except Sunday. I " n pdsbidir alter several lioura m I Itldlimnnt ,inellnn1nir mmrwirtpri bv (actual threats, to extract from Messrs, mi! .... irn,inn Fellowes, Norwood and Rial tho fact Then Stni'Hinfr " ll'"s linppcn ult m addition to all of the oiq acts ami , 1,,., ClWltV .-' WVttCT, HUtll UB .UUJT tlllhll On JtOOI 01 "UITnivau oiiw.i on Unrtli.V SCIENCE (SETS ITBUriTY port; a (lork of similarly '' " cubs: a dlmisston of the .ffeet of llux ham'8 Tln-'Vure as ii substitute for boo. Mrd Mlllmnn. the Clarkonlans and the Slegrlst-Sllbon aerlallsta, there are o numbor of new acts, Including a comedy Hder, who calls himself Phunny Phil; Ilulda, said to be the stronRe.it woman on earth: the Sanwa troupe from Scandi navia, und a stalwart flock of Icelandic wrestlers. And besides, as every kiddy muH know, there are ICO clowns, no less: camels and brnnd bucked horses and ruuh and Jujupcekcrs und goop. and goodness l:i un what rise. She s the same old circus, with a few new thrills and laugh. To-day they start rehearsing and re painting th zebra's stripes, so that when the doors open next Thursday afternoon at 2 tho whole show will bo tuned up to prefect pitch, nil hrlsht and clean and as fresh as spring Itself. MANCHURIA ENDS MELODIODS TRIP Liner Urines More Than 3,000 German fnnnrlcs, All Arc Trained Singers. LONELY BLACKBIRD ALSO MAINE'S DELEGATES TO BE UNINSTRUCTED T:,J,,nllv AniiOlineeilieilt'sIx herds of elephants, bunches of Incidental. ,1N""m and Users, droves of zebras and c; Is Made That Circus Is to Open Tliiirxlny. i . Vnouestlonably the mo i"?"M ,nd Important demonstration of the pep value to man of the moi.W Plan.l e Invlgorator. as ...escribed in tablet form, was that given In Madison S'.uare Gar den yesterday afternoon fur tho benefit of the press when tho Itmslmg Ilrotlwr and Barnum & Halle) ' coi u''lf sDrlnc and welcome Minhln , got um it tTp'K and set up "u... There has been, as ",u, ly,int ' ' doubtless ts aware, other ! not im . lo s of this nature, but It remained fo the circus, and especially for th rloun minded publicity men of the urcu...u provide tho cold, authentk atmosphere, of pure science. . , Firmly repressing the temptation to Interest the newspapers in any one of a number of absolutely new circus phe nomena, stuff never pulled b..fV, model of a emm I, tho intant i ,..ir,(.- nnntlem at lirltlh! Called Kaiser Bill Because of His Isolation 305 Steer age rasseUffcrs. SIco than 3,000 German canaries, all trained ringer", the first flock that j Uovernor, Congress and .State officers Will Be Favorable to Wood, Friends Say. Banoor, Me., March 21. Tho four delegates at largo and eight district delegates to the Republican National Convention from thia State, to be chosen at the State Convention here next Thurs day, will bo unlnstructcd, If precedent Is followed. Supporters of Gen. Leonard Wood's candidacy for the Presidential nomination, who have formed a State organization, claim that the delegates will be favorable to their candidate. Few contests for places on tho dele gation are anticipated. The convention will choose the delegates at largo and two delegates from each Congress dis trict, will nominate six candidates for Presidential electors and will udopt a platform for tho campaign for tho State election In September. Nominations for WOMEN HEAR SMITH RAPS GOVERNMENT HIT BIG 4 MILK RING, AS UNFAIR TO LABOR Governor Says ijuartctto Has Shut Off City's Supply Three flnvs at n Time. EMPLOYERS ATTACKED PARTY LINES DRAWN IN UTILITIES FIGHT ban como here since tho beginning of the war, left a trail of melody across the Atlantic In their voyage on the American liner Manchuria, which ar rived yesterday from Hamburg. There was also a lonesome blackbird, which the panscngcra called Kaiser Kill be cause of his Isolation. In tho cabin of tho liner 'was Martin Nordfgg, financial agent, the only Ger n an citizen who has permission from will b'j made at the primaries In June. Jersey Legislators May Try totne Stat0 Dopartmcnt t0 UfP th0 rerry Avert Commission's Bc moval by Edwards. llillll a liNMun . .. - ( . in the feeding of tlie circus a u.u ... Habe tho elephant, and matters of simi lar appeal, the puoliclty fluff of the circus; wholly In the Interest of science and In spite of the dancer that the news of tho demonstration, might l"ak out. devoted Its ntire Intelle. t and energy to tho monkey extract experiment. Jt must be recorded also that the members of the staff, with rare devotion, submit ted themselves as subjects for experi ment. Sonic Akc nnil .some Tent. There were present In the Garden in the late afternoon or .ve.sterday Dr Pharccllus Phinney of 10 Mill: street. Bridgeport. Conn. : Sinister Fellowcs. an uncle of Dexter Fellowcs of the circus press staff. Zip. the ancient What Is It; Sally, the Ape Woman; Jy Klal. r.sq . and Kdward Horwood : all cwpt Ir. Tirney. 1'nrle Sinister Fellowe. Zip and Sally being bona fide members of the publicity staff. It Is not necessary to go inlo the age of these persons except to say that Mr. Fellowcs. in addition to owning the flr.it bicycle In the fnlted State (he stitl rides the quaint, hli'h wheel affair to work every day), was an associate of P. T Barnum In t'-e early days of that great showmin'i ogue and, in fact, gave to Mr H.i'i, im the circus motto, "One is born ev. i . mimitH" ; that Mr. Itlal on vcrv special o.v.islons wears ipf t))0 comml!)s0n t0 the Losiplaturo. Tr.ENTOx, March 21. Matters ot vital Interest, principal among them being the disposition of the charges made by Jer- I fey City lntit Friday agaJ:ist the mem I bera of the Public Utilities Commission, are expected to develop hero this week. Interest in the Legislature's calendar is widopread, because, as the end of the sc.lon draws near, the political mask Is being cast aside and all ffforts are being concentrated on those particular party measures which will be used by both Republicans and Democrats In tho Presidential campaign in the State. It Is generally conceded that the, reorgan ization ot the utilities' eommk-slon has created most ot the attention. Inasmuch as all indications rlnt to Gov. Kdw.irds's determination to re move the commission from oftlee, It is r.ow a question whether tho Republican majority In the Legislature can protect It. It Is believed po'lblo that the ma jority leaders may try to mve tho com mission by taking from tho Governor his right to reappoint the four remain ing memlx-rs of the five man commis sion, Alfred P Marsh having resUned. Tho Impression has been created ti nt the KepuliMean majority is bv no means united on prospective legislation con cerning the utilities board. So far as can b learned, the Republicans have only !) out of the .".1 votes necessary In the IIoijso to put over the Republican reorganization scheme, which would give the power of appointing memhers the medal ginned fur leading his com pany in the issault against r-napultepeo In '47 nnd that Mr. Norwood of South ern extraction served t! I'onfederatc States abroad In a diplomat!" capacity. Ono would ti 't be crude to say that they are old dubs, merely that they are not as young as they used to be. Still actlvo mentally, their joints cresk quite noticeably (or did l and they were in the habit of nodding somn lently over sim ple tasks if th.-v were kept up too late, go much for Th.it After tho usual circus refreshment of orange jiekoe tea, mjecaroons and Jelly cake ha I been nerved, Mr. IVfMer rellowes. I'ncle Minister's nephew, ex plained succinctly the purpose ot the af ternoon It hc'-iud that the M.ssrs. Itlngllnghad rueived by the last French mall a parcel ot tablets prepared from art extract '. lined from a small ar boreal ape ot really unufual agility and thar Pr. Aristide Lapln of IflSO Boulevard de- Itallennos requested by the same m.ul that the tablets be ad ministered to one or more excessively aged annnais i the menagerie. MnnLc shliicii (III Id one. "We hnve duid. d a nong curselvcF," mid Mr. F!l we quietly, "that tlie in terests oT Ki.rnw, of the public, jindied, will be best served If vu. three inter preters of tills educational exhibition absorb a slmt apleto of this monkey pep nnd then do a 100 yard da'h against time. My old friend and family phHl riaii, It I'1'.ir. cl!us Phlnmy of Bridge port Kill sujxrvlse tin, contest I nm sure." No sootier sitd than done, fnder tliu v0 of t'r. Phihiiey, Jlesrs. Fellowcs, Rial and Norwood received a tablet apiece and were seated to rest them selves vhile the 100 yards were meas ured off ftnle Sinister Fellowcs and the joung men of the public press, en grossed In this latter duty, had with drawn to tho eastern end of tho Garden auditorium when a MirilJ and rather mocklns ltv gripped their attention. They turned to see ilr. Fellowcs swing' Ing nimbly from an Iron glnhr in the ceiling of the Brcat show room, while Mr. Rial and Mr. Norwood chased each other along the narrow, perilous steel beams at the wry crotch of the roof occasionally swinging down by one arm to mako a flying leap of t-n feet across sheer space to grip another girder Tho old fellows paid no attention U appeals from nn floor so far beneath them, were quito Impervious t., arj.-u- rLT,rJ?' 1,1 ln il ftas "ot until Charles Rlngl'.,B hlm.-ei' , ,, of ttn proprietors ,nt a lypewiitir command fr,f Mr'1,"1,'" Sj"y -X"0 that Jlr l-elloweH ceaM-.i i-u ...ii.i , rather foolish snlnqing from girder to oaca to me Huor of tho '!.lr,iltn After that exhibition dure was really little reason, of courte, w.:y tln foot raco should be run, bin .)r. Plunney sugrcsted it might tend to carry oft tome of the sup. r.ibundanc energy with Mhlch tho thre. were c!uged f or which've",? S,art'' " which Mr Rial escaped -.nd ran awav n L,l?fZ a"nun" Xh ,:;,,Jc" before ho , could be recaptured. a-,n ,n whl(,h Mr. l-ellowes f-ry nearly irh)nle,1 hij I'ncle Sinister ,n nt orkln ri mrir' Rifling flred r, pistol an 1 the coyest, anta were off m a cloud or : ist. IVIIoue, Follou, ,usf. Uncle Slms'er announc.d t;c UmP . 10:-5 seronds. but this ,3 ,,ot Piclnl and need not he accept-d. The nice re tutted as follows: Weather fair, track f,it Anthropoldear Quadran.'mous St-jke It is Gov. IMwards' plan to nppoint new commissioners only temporarily and then to submit the selection of suc cessors to tlie voters. It is reported to-night that the next piece of Republican strategy nlll lie an attempt to take fiom the Governor his power to remove the members of the commission. IJVen thougli ho should veto any measure aimed in tlt.it direc tion, It is asserted, his opponents could circumvent him. The Smith Siind.lv movie and amuse ment bill Is cxptcted to come up for action tilts week, too. A it now feat ures a direct rather than an Indirect icfcreiulutn and omits boxing. It Is be llcvod to have a chance of passnie Senator Runyon holds that this is im possible. Another important bit of legislation to come before fie Senate is the daylight saving bill. It already has passed the House, but opposition to it 's strong and the chances for Its success In tho upper House are considered extremely small. The rural sentiment will beat It. it is believed. Woodrovv Wilson's corporation curb ing laws, known as tho "Seven Sisters" and put thiough tho Legislature while he was Governor, aro on "the skids." It Is asserted that no actions ever have been filed under the laws, and that their only influence has been tho diverting fronj New Jersey to other Stnl3 of a considerable amount of corporation business from which the State formerly received a handsomo income. between New York and Hamburg, His mission Is to bring closer financial and commercial relations between this coun try nnd his own. Mr. Nordegg said that tho recent ef fort of Kapp and his military follow ers had been expected for somo time and that it simply had to come and be squelched. Tho largj majority of the German people had finished with the monarchical government and there was no chance of a restoration of the Kaiser or any others of tho Hohenzollern fam ily. Tho German workman, who, Mr. Xordegg declared was "the most Intel I tent In the world," had asked for and nhtalned piece work Instead of time work and was going bark to his task. Only a scarcity of coal and raw mate rial was hindering manufacturing. SpnrlnelHti to Fall. "Tim uprising." Mr. Xordegg said, "was necessary, perhaps, to demonstrate v. ho Is In power, and It has be"ti shown that the pop'e of Germany support the Fbert Government. I f.iw many promi nent people while I was In Berlin, and from what they sold I am sure the Spartacist movement will not last. "There will be a real democratic gov ernment In Germany when all Is settled German officials wish that th United State-) would send over a disinterested commission to see for Itself what the rvrmans are doing. Their chief talk is of the resumption of trade relations with the United State? and a strong de siro to have peace soon.'" John A. Zellers of the Zellers-Stevens Corporrffon. f2 Uroadway, "xporters and importer!5, said there was little that Germany could export Just now except themicals, toys and a little Iron and stpe!. There were 10,000,000 of the populatipn that could not be fed, he had learned from German officials, and they would havo to leave Germany or starve. UlYpct of llichangc Itntc. The hish ri'e of exchange against Genmry had stopped the importation of butter nnd milk nroducts from Denmark and had made the situation worse. Mr Zellers said he had heard long ago of tho imminence of the Kapp uprising and that the Government had been prepared to combat it. Cl'he Mituhuri.i brought In he steer ago 2Sj passengers, 'JT of whom are from Rotterdam, where the Holland America lino ships "ure tied up because of tlie strike of dock workers, and tho rest from Southampton. A. C. H. Nyland, passenger agent here of the Holland-America line, who, with Ms wife, boarded the Manchuria at Rotterdam, said the line would not give In to the strikers becauso within two mcr.ths they would make another de mum! for increased wages, and their employers considered that they were get ting good pay. vvtien no let; itotter LEGION MIGHT HELP HEDS. Membership nt Least Won't Hurt Order, Say AVond, Tho American Legion has nothing to fear from the Reds who are reported to do seeKing uumission to tho Legion for tho purpose of finding out what Is be ing done ugalnst them, says Arthur wootls, cnairman of the Legion's Na tional Americanization Commission, und the Reds have much to gain. In a siutement issued from the national headquarters yesterday he said; "We'welcome into tho Legion all sorts and conditions of men, the only belief we insist upon N the belief in American Inn. We i are against those who are against America, whether they aro ex ternal or internal enemies. If unemlcs of America become members uf the Legion, they do so only after falsely subscribing to the Legion's declaration of principles. No real harm, however, can be done to tne Legion or Its work by the presence In its membership of such persons. We arc working to pto mote public welfare and good citizen ship, and the moie they find out about this work the better. It will do them gooj." GERMAN RELIEF FUND GROWS. American Committer Itecclven S 1 8, OUt in I,nt Woeli. The report of Jjiiich spi-yei, ticasurei of the Amr;,au Relief Commmeti. for German Childien, fo. the v,.et ended yesterday shows, that li, 011.05 has been received for the Gciman committee and Jl.ilu for the Austrian committee. Contributions to the German fund in cluded: L. .Stehhti. JH.OOO; Arthur H. L'mmons. Newport, t-.iiUO . American Re lief Committee, Passaic, 1.6VUj ; Charles H.iyden, R. II Howell .t Co. and V. Kaufman, $1,000 oath Mi. Stehlm also gave $1,000 to th- Austrian fund. The totals now i.:e: German committer $2S4,!54.iti; Austrian coninikt-e, $32,-310.15. Mark Daly Is Arraigned as Manufacturers' Agent to Defeat Labor Bills. Federal Judge Landis Tells Employee's They Suffer Rankest Injustice. Thai four men have New York city's milk supply In. their control to the ex tent that they have been able to sit around a table nnd decren that the city should go without milk for three days, was the charge made last night by Gov. Alfred 13. Smith at a dinner of the Women's Democratic Club In honor of tho women delegates and alternates to the national Democratic convention. In urging the women's support of tho pending bill to regulate the prlco of milk the Governer said: "It is no use to send out committees to hunt bolshcvlsts, It Is useless to spend money upon the conviction of criminal anarchists, it is a waste of time to expel members of the Assembly so long as four men are able to sit around a table and say that the people of the biggest city in the United States must do without milk for three days.'! He further charged that an effort Is being made tn decrease the production of the city's supply. That accusation was made at the close of a bitter arraignment of the Repub licans of tlie Assembly for blocking ad ministration measures and "lining up with special Interests." The mill: hill, the Governor said, presents the clearest lino of demarcation of whether the As semblyman stands with the people or the special Interests. "The question," he said, "Is one of subordinating the teeming millions of die city to the Interests of tho farmer, and I do not speak without a full con sideration of the Interests of the farmer. The business in New York must be ron- t. oiled In the interest of the women and children." The Governor took some of the Dem ocratic women severely to task for op position to the pending minimum wage bill, which, he said, also Is being fought special Interests represented by the Manufacturers Association. "Tho Manufacturers Association came into being following the Investigation of factory conditions," said the Governor. "It has never hud any other than a elfish motive for IU being. The paid representative of the manufacturers Is now In Albany for the purpose of see ing that labor re's no .eglo'.U.on whii would give it any advantage over the manufacturers. I want the newspapers o print that that man is Mark Dalv. iC he Is there on a retainer. Don't let's I bu fooled by the manufacturers, t met j them In their den last week and talked I to them eye. to eye. They do not deny th.V they are lighting this bill, "What Is mor. the newest medium of the manufacturers Is the recently or ganized IngU'j for Americanization Hiding behind .in appaiently patriotic purposi, the sole object of that organi zation Is to defeat the minimum wage' bill and the workmen's compensaton bill. "I will speak next Tuesday night in Chancellor's Hall tn Albany. I defy anv one to appear there and deny any thing that I have said here to-night." The Governor said that tlie manufae- LOWEST PAID IN NATION Also Intimates That Stock Dividend Tax Will lie Col lected Somehow. HELD AS WINDOW WRECKER. Steele' I.uhor AMNIutioim "Will II Looked Into ly l'ollcf. Policemen who Kavt iieen following a trail of broken glass through upper .Man hattan as a result of Mi, k thru.ving ac tivities of striking glun rs arrc.ftul John Steele, IT, of 1!7S1 Li,;Mli avenue eaii.v veMerda.v morning. It was s.nd hu had lust !et loose a paving ble u in tlie dt lectien of a plat.- glass window at the northwest corner of Fifty-1, end meet and Ninth avenue, with telling accuracy. Steele ran when a patrolman ap peared, but was caught alter a short chase. He was locked up to mve the nnllt-p an onnrf nntl v tn Hurt not whether he is noss, ss..,l of an aversion to nlate "! are undertaking tlie same ort of uiiiig mat was disclosed in laiu when a member pf the Assembly announced on the floor of the Assembly the forecast of insurance companies that the direct settlement law would bo enacted at that session. It was enacted as fore cast, he said, and stnretnen the Insur ance companies have been uslngtbat law to take advantage of policyholders and prevent them from collecting damages to which they are entitled. gls through union allillations. PROTEST ARREST BY DUTCH. I)c- Spanlnli Socialist., Mined hy Icntlon of Delegate. Madrid, March II, The Spanit.li So cialists are protesting strongly against the action of th Dutch authorities in arresting I'rnf. ltestelro, a member of the Chamber of Deputies, and former ting Pu P " , u , 11 ' , Deputy Anguiano, while they were pro- dam the deadlock showed no signs of . ,0 rtam t0 re,ireset the . . ..,... hpanlsh S-oeia .Ms at delighted the German customs officers b ' soc "uVt ' p.lrtv ne, wl boarded the ship at Ilatnburg by j ,,f ldc J ulvimr thrn loaws of white bread to ... , """'o. 1 ' ... ' rrnnif-nt "triple cooil par to rarrv iiuuit tu nifti viuiuivii. vnv imu 24 FINED FOR GAMBLING. Others of OU Arretted In Holds Are DIsclinrKcil. The. usual week end anti-gambling crti'ade of the police broucht ninety-six persons Into court yesterday accused of not eaten anything ot the sort for more than live years. the International newspapers In Dutch Gov protect the I former Kaiser against extradition for crimes," whereas workmen are being de- HAYWOOD GETS OVATION. i prived of their liberty. ' HISTORICAL PAPERS STOLEN. lie fall lulled States "DnrUcst i Spot In World." i William D. Haywood, head of the I j W. V., who was convicted In Chicago ' Documents Itelntinur fo Discovery nf America (ione In Spain. M.VPr.ID, March II. The police have llscovered the th. ft of documents from atlonal historical archives. The of the theft Is not vet known, but penning apnea. . x, ,tu u t 1)l,VP(, t0 tluu mImb,,r ot .M ien. I..-...,.,.- Uro w. a ... ,,apCrs connected with the discovery of cals who crowded the auditorium of tte , vigorous tcarch is In lUnd hehoo . , tut tlftejnth Htrwl.. , for niw, documents, last night at a meeting held under the,1 ,..... ,h( .,,,... iM,n,. varied I ijf f S f ' Z .J,X from to The others 1 , -cut Twelve, persons taken before Magis trate Schwab In Washington Heights court were freed when the court decided that tne- session me ponce interrupted was .' .- nt ,h Amerlc-.n Civil Liberties ""piojee m ine aremvea ijumuiiik a "friendly gathering." Arraignments ?,u ,P S American Civil Liberties , ha3 arrcKtrI . wwrlil documents In other courts of Manhatatn and The i ,,",'.,, ,.,. ,-. M .,h , recovered, but the most important ones Uronx seemed to indicate there were no ,J a;riln?f Jl,!,a."in ,?'3 i are still missing. ' lllUk l V I Iblllv. HI til II AUlIk UJi"lV t it cplrlt of reaction." BELLEVILLE HAS EPIDEMIC. hostile games in progress. Ho said that I Smallpox: Develops In ler.sey Town, j he Intends to do quite a little talking WOMEN VOTE IN PHILIPPINES. , before going back to Chicago, so that there, will be a strong "sympathetic TnUc ,.nrt ln i,.111or1c. pr. Schools of spirit" when his caso cornea up on ap-, peal. Haywood characterized tho United ",:" ,,,r ' ,r 11 .States as "tho darkest spot In tho' Manila. P. I.. March 2H idcl.ivc.lv. An epidemic of smallpox In schools at) world." Itussla, ho said, Is the whitest, Women Voted to-djy at the Dcmo- Ttellevllle. X. X, has caused an order by j crutlo primaries in tho Philippine Islands health ofliclals for vaccination of every Tni) ,.,.. to elect dtlegates to the territorial con- pupil. '.Seventeen eases, all children be- UUL-IUKi iUK AitMl 1KAINING. ventlon In April, when six delegates to tween the ares of 10 and 11. hnvn l., , , m,a Vi,t(n..i rni.niir,n iii i,A .imnn the other- I isolated in Kssex County Hospital, and i t'rgre Coiisres to l'nm Mennarc: It was the llrst time women had par- manv other pup Is are 1 1 at home. .,.. IIch ,,. tlclpatcd in a primary here. rnc cpi'iemic is tnougiu to have spread ! from Caldwell, whero a few cases wero reported recently. An Chnrchmen to Genera, international commltteo whose business it will be to arrange for a' Krnm Health Stnndpolnt. Thirty of tho country's le.-irilnri physicians sent a letter yesterday to all memoera ot congress in wmcb they j TO(1HV.ed men wllo Baned admissinn to urged tho adoption of universal mill-1 the home of Louis Patron to-day held tary training from the standpoint ofiUp tho players In a oa-d game and at the national health Thlrvcs Itoh Card I'Inyer. Alixntown, l.i Marcli 21. Two . thn ..nlrit nf nlatnta rnK ..I Otpm nf fRflO rMt church conr.rnn ,..... , ' me national neaitn. urs. Illchard . "v "."'. 7. ... ..ien.I,lmK nerbv and Geor"e Draner nf vu V,rV ri ciPli, wim watcnM ,nu jevveiry. ine Christians of every s.ct and country. 3 ; cl?y head tho H ' n'ant n of Mr. I'a'iap. lying In a crib to meet in ueneva, bwltzerland. Aucust 1 i. . .. . . . ' ,u ..rA tn it ni-.,.. r .u . , lie letter noius tnat "universal train- - - - - ,,. ,,,i ,i. , ,un iu. mo conierence , , , . - , ., : : have been approved by the Federal ' lnR wou, be of lnesllm,lble value as a Council of the Churches of Christ n i means ot daermlnlng the proportion of America. The conference is expected to,' J'0UnB '"en physically lit or unfit and be the most widely representative 1,10 unilt',,'1"ff cauves contributing to i.yiu cuiiuiiiu.ia. amue irom us many other desirable features." baptismal gift, was robbed of the ring. The thieves made their escape. l HAVANA SUFFERS FROM BIG STORM First Hail in 16 Years and Downpour Floods Houses. Havana, Cuba, March It. A heaw downpour of rain accompanied by a I ailstorni of unprecedented violence swept over this city this afternoon. Hood ing houses in several of the lower sec tions of tho city, paralyzing street car traffic for nearly two hours and caus. Ing numerous minor accidents and loss of small craft in the harbor. The Spanish liner Cadiz was carried from her moorings bv the gale, but timely assistance saved her from pos sible damage. Tho hailstorm, the first In sixteen years, Is said to have been tho heaviest and tho hailstones tho largest ever seen l.ere. WOMEN DEMOCRATS TO MEET. IMiicatlonnl Campaign to He Held lit Commodore Hotel. Tho Women Democruts of tho Seven teenth Senate district will open a cam paign at a dinner at tho Commodore Hotel Friday night to place tho Demo cratic State issues before tho women voters of New York, Lectures r.ill bo delivered on four consecutive Wednes day afternoons, beginning Maren 31. Gov. Alfred U Smith and Franklin D. Kooseveit are expected to bo on the ! speakers' list nt the Commodore dinner. ! Tho campaign is to be carried out hv I tho educational commltteo of the. or ganization, which Is composed of Miss A. .1. G. Perkins, chairman; Miss Eliza beth Mabcock, Mrs. Nicholas Diddle, Mrs. Grenvlllc T. Kmmet, Mrs. Schuyler Warren and Mrs. Vanderbilt Webb. I Move to Abolish Italy'a Cenior. Rome, March 21 The Socialists hnv dedded to present a motion to thn Chamber of Deputies providing for the abolition of the censorship. gathering or Christians tn modern times. Its purpose will bo to secure worldwide cooperation. ROME TO HAVE A LUNA PARK. Opened Xear City. r.oME, March 21 Rome is to have a large amusement enterprise somewhat on EACH DOLL HAD A QUART. Are "1'lnelieil" on Huston Pock niul I.lner In Searched. Boston, March 21. An Italian Immi grant woman's eagerness to remove from her trunk a large china doll led to the discovery by customs officials to- B nv!n2rs ' ,l,al- "'Bling ! niit Amnsni.ei.t KnlcrprUe to He Kd Norwood. .-, to 2 and , , , wC ond Dexter Fcllo. s, 3 to ; '' l'"1 Place, third. Time 10 2-? J '1 t0t 4 .. T 1 , ,1. . -'..-. , .miney prertiei J. the iui ui ine super-; uia gentlemen, partlculi violent exercl. amour. the Garden cei inc. and wl'h uuur rtorw w Questioning abet ihe atac.'Vh 3 " Investigation they vur...aNew'iVo";:'1 '"VSK'" in Rp tn or their cvi.l.iit r,.i 7 ' "i Dome conccaica in the clothing of each i. .1.. "' .. 1,1 reluctance for concerts and skat ne. restaurant,. .i. .i..- ' i"dlei J, the race tho lines of I.una Park at Coney Island. V lne,a'c.oly eustoms offlc als to- r-pep out of the An Immense piece of waste land near,lay, of 300 ,nUar'3.f V'ly l,men ln "r;y after their the city Is to be made into a great park"' Xar T fparl, ,,,he Uhlto 8 ar llner. " "e girders Z with tvvo theatres, ono covered and one I CrI .' l,0'nJ.Icdll.lrranean pmta: .. I ..... wuiueu cei inc. and wi'hin hnlf unenvered eacli cimhlr. nt .nr.i.,ii '"- '' Btt" woman nastily I hour of the 100 yard dsh .V-ss HK 6 000 W-on and having '5 ,akc a do11 from Ilcr trl,nl "nd attempt' rprwood and Kell-nve "'in M stages !7l kinds of tl.eitHcil ,Tv t0 ,'arry 11 away' Thcy aIso no '"at "'ese mniiFi icverv item nf news had to bo prM from th"S " J.11d.0nu Vny or ano"'cr that the .....,. ,, OI, nnyuoay s earth will HtT Ju il300 everybodV's V", - . UL VO UIJ1U1S A tci rooms ana . an Kinds or open air A search of the vessel brought to llcht amusements. quantities of liquor stowed away in "S! ' It Is to be called the "Parlol."' from 1 tllators and lockers behind piles of life i .. ,u ir.iii:.. i is Fiiuiiira. ta- preservers, Httle kids and grownups next TlmrmP. v .Va"ern. K"tC? ,A.lb.erlnl- a movlnr P' -M"t of It was found In Uie crew's ' ILAl 1 "ursuay . ttirB nloneer. inlilali th. ,,n,i.i.,t,in. ,.. I BROADWAY ART GALLERIES AUCTIONEERS Will Sell at PUBLIC AUCTION Works of Professor Italo Giordani (55 Paintings and 10 Aquarelles) to be held at his Studio, 140 West 57th St., on March 25th and 26th, between eight and eleven P. M. The Exhibition of his Paintings will be open to the public on March 23rd and March 24th, between 2 and 6 P. M. A Rodin and a Monticelli will alio be offered for sale. AUCTIONRKItS' OFFICE. IoW linnnnsy. New York. Special m Tub Sun ijta kevt 1'obic Iltiutn. Chicago, March 21. Judge Kenesavv Mountain I.andls toro Into the Federal Government thia afternoon nt a mass meeting of the Federal Kmployees Union. Judge Ijindls ripped broadside after broadsldo Into the United Ktates service, declaring tho Government to be tho most unfair employer of labor in tho United States. The Cort Theatre where the meeting was held, was taxed to capacity, the Federal Judgo rubbing elbows with all manner and kinds of employees of tho Federal Hulldlng, Scrub women, window washers, sweep ers, waste paper gatherers, &c, were among those who occupied the stage of the theatre and told of their grievances. Tho Judge was the principal i-peake.-. "This Is a conference to substituto Jus tice for the rankest kind of Inju&tice In the treatment of cinplovces by the Gov ernment of the United States," said Judgo Landis. "For fifteen ears I have been In Hie Federal service. Not everybody feels kindly towaid that ser vice. I don't Ijnow that anybody does. "In 19H the employees of the United States Gov eminent were underpaid: they got less than men and women of the eamo ability working for anybody else. In lt'20 In many depattments the emplovees are paid tliu same as thej were paid In 1911. I don't know of anv gteat emplojer of labor In America who has as low a t-cale of wages as the United States Government. .Seen DiuiKrr of StrlLe. "If the United Slates wants Its in fluence felt with the other employers of labor, It must adopt a polhv of Justice Itself. Unless the Federal ilovcrnment does change its noliey tovvatd its em ployees It may find the j al operator and the steel operators ottering their good services to arbitrate the differ enei's between the Government and its employees. 'I am here if redemptim of a prom ise. During the war I advised postal and other Federal employees to hold off to go easy tc stick to tnelr Jobs be cause we were at war, and when the war Is over, I told them, will go to the front for you and try and get Jus tice "Tho question has been raised, 'Whero Is the money coming from?' liven at tho risk of being misunderstood, 1 will say tho Supreme Court of tho United States decided It waa beyond tho power of Congress to lay a tax agalnat a stock dividend. Now I am not criticising that court, at least publicly, this afternoon, but I reserve the right to have my own opinion as to that matter, Slanr 5IeIn to Ue Cat. "It Is a matter of opinion that there ar many melons to bo cut of the ac cumulated prinu of 1917. that they ore to be disposed of through a etock divi dend programme. I will give these men warning that a way will ue louna thmi.L'li which the United Statea will have the power to tax a stock dividend. Out, remember, I am not criticising any court. . , "To persons who advlso with me uboul going Into tho Government service, 1 tell t)icm In no circumstances go Into the Federal service, occause oi mo mjuo.m with which tho Government treats Its employees all except Federal juoges, who are notoriously overpaid. I don't know whether I um violating any statute n giving that advice, ii in not economy to underpay em ployees; it Is Insanity. The trouble with Federal employees is mat tncy arc noi pestiferously active enough. There is talk about paying you a bonus of J1M0 That is an outrageous short step towaid Justice. Go out nnd get busy political!) to free your Government of the Ignominy of being the most unfair employer ot labor In the United States." A resolution was adopted urging Con gress Mo restore the $210 bonus nnd to grant an additional bonus of the oaiue umount. DIAMONDS AND RUM LEAD ROBBERS' LOOT Jewels Valued nt. $20,000 Goiio From Home of Aaron low cnstein, Lawyer. CELLAR STOCK VANISHES Myron Itorff Loses 40 Quarts Liquor and Furs Stolen Actress Loses Gems. 80,000 GO TO CONEY; MANY SEEK HOMES Crowd Sees Resort Preparing for Coming Season. Eighty thousand persons heard the call of spring and the sea yesterday and went by train or automobile to Coney Island. Tho icsort Is just coming out of Its winter seclusion and there was lit tle offered for entertainment except the feeble barkings of a few hoarse peanut venders, who felt they were Jumping the calendar by a few weeks. Luna Park Is being dressed up and the Sea Heach Palace Is taking on a new appearance for the coming season. In the crowd ot visitors were many bunga low seekers. GOLD FOUND IN A WELL. Incitement Cnuard hy .Strike Mnde Near Alsusk. Sank. Alsask, Sa.sk., .March 21. While working In a shallow well on the farm of V. Andre, ten miles from here. George Kgstead brought up ivnat ap peared to be gold nuggets. Analysis at Calgary Is said to, have do. elo;ied that the mineral was of good quanty. KgMead tiled a claim at the Dominion Laud Olliec Much excitement buy beer created by the di.scovery. Diamonds and the Jewels that span-in In bottles continue to be tho objectives ot Manhattan burglars, according to re. ports of recent. robberies. Diamonds valued at $20,000 ' vrer HtoJ.cn last Monday from the home ..f Aaron Lowenstcln, wealthy lawyer, ..t 31S West Seventy-first street, It was . ported. Kntranco was made suppoi-cdiv by means nf n passkey through the front door to Mrs Lowcnstcln's rooms on tho second floor, as tcrvatita In the house jt the time heatd no commotion. The lo a Included a large solitaire ring, a bow knot pin with diamond clusters, !'. mond bracelet, diamond studded ik watch and several two stone dlnmu l rings. The Lovvensteln family decline t j discuss the case Almost as valuable, according to som-i standards, was tlie loot taken from i"j homo of Myron I Borg 331 West S' - -enty-seventh street. Mr. ISorg's cellar contained forty bottles of old Hun" when a few days ago he employed tw. or three men to do some repairing. Tln-y worked for several hours, until they d' covered the cellar. Then they summoned a friend with a wagon, It Is supposed and wlillo Mr Horg"s family and the ser vants thought the cracks In the brb ' i were being filled un the botles were t. Ing taken out to the wagon. All th workmen left were their discarded im plements and an old coat. Eighteen bottles of gin nnd whlske . "valuo unflgurablc." and $1,000 worth of furs were taken on Thursday afternoon from the apartment of Major and Mr. Duncan O. Harris at 101 East Fifty sixth street. Entrance was made bv jimmying tho front dir when the family and servants wore out. The burglars packed up the bottles and tur pieces in .Major Harris's bags and suitcases and walked out unsuspected. Further investigation Into tho robherv last week of tho apartment of Mai Ellis, opera singer, '17 West Fifty-seventh street, when 10.000 worth of jeweis was taken, has disclosed that a mti i greater haul was made two months pre viously from tho apartment in tho sam building occupied by Jeanne E.igels of "The Wonderful Thing" and '.'Daddies ' Miss Eagcls declined to set a value on the articles taken, but it was said the jewelry was worth more than $10,000. ' . i?. " I II Three Generations of Loyal Service EVENT Y years ago the New York Cehtral Rail road ran the first local train between New York and Peekskill. Patrick Boylan, who had worked for years as engine-tender and fireman, was its engineer. Full of honors and good deeds, the life of Patrick Boylan came to an end, but William, his son, trained in the tradition and practice of the engineer's calling by his father, daily runs his switch engine at Harmon. William the second, grandson of Patrick, still follow ing the family tradition, is a passenger brakeman on the Hudson River Division. Vincent, son of Wil liam the first, works in the Equipment Department. Margaret, his sister, is in the office of the Auditor of Passenger Accounts. The Boylans are no prouder of this record than are we. Three generations of loyal service it is fine to have given them; it is fine to have inspired such devotion. The organization which can thus hold the good-will of a family from father to son and grand sons is more than mechanically efficient. It is human. If we are able to give the public an efficient and satisfactory railroad service, it is largely because we have thousands of employes as faithful and loyal as the Boylans. We know your interests and "ours could be in no better hands. THE NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES BIG FOUR - LAKE ERIE r WESTERN - MICHIGAN &NTRAL BOSTON ALBANY - TOLEDO G-OHIO CENTRAL - PITTSBURGH HUE NEW YORK CENTRAL-AND -SUBSIDIARY LINES j " .. ... unu.i , i b , , nt. . . . . l. uiicsia wero IIIU u c. I4 ' " ' A