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Emergency Tariff and Bud
get Bills May Be Up
This Week.
EE ACE PLAN IX DOUBT
Germany's Acceptance Is
Likely to Hasten Final
Action There.
NAVAL BILL IN SENATE
Has Right of Way ami Fight
May Be Resumed on
Flool* To-day.
Washington*, May 15.?Final action
on two important pieces of domestic
legislation?the emergency tariff and
budget system bills and the possible
disposal of a measure International in
it( Bcope, the Knox peace resolution?
the goal for Congress this week by
leaders.
Agreement on the tariff and budget
bills, botli of which are in conference,
was regarded aa assured by the end of
the week, but progress in the House
with the peace measure was somewhat
in doubt. Republican leaders, however,
said it was probable that, Germany
having accepted the allied reparations
terms, the Senate peace plan would be
taken ud In a few days. Sentiment
has developed in tno House against the
Keox plan for repeal of the war reso
lutions and for substitution of a mere
declaration of peace.
Phases of the reparations riuestlon
promise to come up in the Senate this
week through discussion of the resolu
tions of Senator IjA Follette. Republican.
Wisconsin, to condemn and inquire into
President Harding's designation of per
sonal representatives on the allied
councils. Senator La Follette has in prep
aration an address on his resslution.
but the extent of general debate is in
doubt. Several Republican Senators said j
to view President Harding's uction with
tlisf&vor were reptrted to-dfiy to be in
creasingly disinclined to break with the
White Hons, by open criticism of the
Administration policy.
Vote on Vlnmrmmmtn*.
Th. ww ??*
? prlatlon bill ?>"
1n the Senate. tr) b? resumed
hinging on themeagre \n^ a wt(. 0?
10-mc.rrow, but l?ad amendment ,
h""' ,S- " < M.WW.
The army appro^riaUon ^'^ ^ ^
voMng disartnament .^rcs ^ rpport((,
?of the regular ar, ^ M?itBry Con
thlf week by ?h ? raval hill on the
ltilttee, to follow ,, t? expected
floor- The ?cna- comma of
|to recommend i )hp K.O.OOO figure.
000 men as aK"'"p Tlir fl^ht against
?.?oted by th0 H? ^.ed to be waged by j
contending for;
Jnaval ^onatder'miscellaneous i
Tho House will constat ^ large
*>lUa to-morrow and re Tuesday. \
eWlclency aPPropr**Vcommittee
The House Ways STrll* bill.
1. busy onthcpe fortnSght-fl mor.
?with. prospects tha. prcsenta
vork will he required beroi
t'.on to the House. be c0M.
Many committee rcsumptlot
1 tnued this meek '*??*tigntlon in,o
;rhr^ epcfof B- rgdok and .dditionat in
^rcgtigation beginning ^
state Commer . _ t0 appear
MlKhW8y,ChXe the Senate Post Ot
no^and*Poet Roads good
l^i^nrUfVhatrman Townsend.
Civil Service Hr.rH.s
Tbe senate ami H?"^r!pp,!lTSS
'< ommitters wl'l heatn hearing^.
n the Gover?m' ,t JT^^; ScnatP ?n.l
, *elas?tft< ?tlon bdl. aMl^ h Wrdnr.
2T0-t?e t:dura'lon eommH ^ i;ii ^
way win hear uaUon.^edu^^ ^ ^
cocUtion department of public
i stabllah ? new i'Jf-lnga on sales tax |
*'*"*?1. .too*t* to be held this week
^?-urnr;. .'r^?
Consideration of Canal to
tons privilege" ?n ' ? ^ postponed
^rTtu'Tnafe ^-Position of the,
'"?^btS; Senate
rultural block l* Ppff(,r, to be made
rrVy"rSenate consideration of th
,0f winy . ^ a;fi0 tnc d**? |
^^r,rre k^ ?* House to ..*>?
l&*t ,
1 rta trading in grain , expect ad j
. Final action ?* J' David H.
jtMia week on confirmation ln.
hflatr. Wtnston-Saletm_ >on^r] Confjr.,
larml Revenue . b Senator j
,nation has been held up 'y
John <Cal >? Republican
MME. curie returns to day
ynu nr o.rat o? Honor at hnuch
ron Ilrrr T.-morroiv.
xrme Marie Curie. the dUtinguislird
Mine Marie ,?...ri from tas
ytencli sclent * ? ^ remain j
?xr College at n-; - a ? ^ w
thl;,^^^WaIhin?on\or the . '
,n? will go f rsdhim pur
e?tatlon ofr ^J^erlcao wo n.,,
KhJiXKl b> |t,rT ^ ? ? a* ?f honor to
L&2 r?SSwS?'?i
morrow oi ? American Chemical
American Bl*Ctrochamical Bo.icty
* lv^,' . t'h.mU Industitalla. Moclct>
e*1!' 7toWry?'i-Vrp!Wn In tlir 8'.III",
gal Hlatory.
TlUSSIAN BJELIET DISBUKSED.
f jo.oon niatHbnfrd I.V rommlttrr
in Two tVecW*.
Mstrlhtulon ?f W 'A " ' ' "tv^ha
Wv.herlcai ' . rhalrman.
m an Hello", accoio n* >
V.i noes. (?ant.cuTf ne. An ipnioii'
, ,,n of $2,000 w?" made to lie Hut -i?
Refugee . Hab'a rtin.l at H; . i.ln, ? Line .
$1,000 for Mil relief of dis i .led so ?
IT that City ami $2.0? to Athens,
oreecc. for the relief of crippled Rua
?"t"'. largest approi rlstlor was * I'h
?KMt to gcnersl relief wort aumng Hu ;
p ?ns Purlm# th" x m;.nth- 1"'
f itninttu# ' . . t i, ?
REPUBLICANS SEEK
MORE SENATE SEATS
Committee Prepares for Politi
cal Bottle in 1022 When
32 Mil ft Be Elected
TEST FOR HARDING SEEN
Election Expected to Show I
Public Attitude Toward For- j
?i?n Policies of Administration
special D" patch to Thb N?w Yob* II,e"LD
New Vork Herald
Washington. P. * Muy ID.
The Republi- an Senatorial Committee ,
hearted by Senator MoCormlck (111. Is
preparing for the political battle of 1932.
Tn which tlilrty-two Senators,nauat be
electort Curiously enough toe o*Plr*
tlon of tern,e requiring the r'ctlonis
divided equally between Hepublicar,^and
Democratic Senators, sixteen .1
uartv going out In March, la?
Manv Senators regard the election of
?neelal Interest because in a sense they
K,ov' if ?mi - - "?<?;s'lf/S'
ment as to the popularity of the Bar
ding Administration and particularly the
conduct of the foreign Policy. lt a be
lleved the Senatorial committee is be
coming active early In
that thought in mind. Herearet,,
Senators whoso terms ar*toYef France
He publicans C alder, (N. X.).? 1 j?
(Md.). Frellnghuysen (N. J
( Me.). Johnson (Cal.). Kellogg ( 1 ??
Knox fPn ). DaKollette (W is ). Lodge
?M?. McCumber (N. D).
Jon' New (lnd.1. Pnge <Vt>. Potn
dexter (Wash Sutherland (W. Va.)
and Townsend (Mich.,. n,,her
nemocrate-Ashuratl Art.
?0" (Texas). Oerry ( '^ > Kendrlck
'<?>-? 3. Hj1;. ?
Swanson (\a.,. ,, l tt , Del )
Williams (Miss.) and \\ oleott <D* ? >
Another Interesting fact in this con
no,-tlon is the number of
the Foreign Relations >C?"1?'W%loy
both Houses whose terms expire.
, .ndsro McCumber an" .sew.
Democrats?Hitchcock. rHtman Pome
fcfffSSw'Si
v notablv Ro?*ri, whOHP record of
!?^Slb2? on t..,- Versailles treaty
" AiS' an or miming j
in which
rVeSf.:
? t,ri
Rhode Island. NebraSKi. -s M,.?,nurl
?, Senator is now Republican, and,
Harding earned every one of them in
<h An^'announeement from Senator Me-I
meet"^ oMheSenatorial" committee waa
r ,a I .s, week for preliminary organ,za
th!n aivd That another for outUnln^ po
litical Plans Is to be held this week.
Every effort, will be made by the
Renublleans to hold their present
:rnse'itt^,.oMr,'nNr!thsmndlng
their present large majority in the -?
ate the Republicans Intend to go after
^Ve^^rin which terms of
GIRL, GONE FIVE YEARS,
CAN'T TALK AMERICAN
War Marooned, She Speaks
Spanish; Puzzles Mother.
Mercedes mil, iC. and prof ?? who
arrived >???? ril.n' i.v tli" Span sh 'Iner
Antonio t^opez. sailed aw a;, from this
port whin all" wh* 0 years ol?l. after'
f"U years achnoiii a . Brooklyn, to ? ''
aunt in TetierifTe. Canary Islands, ami
soon forgot nil shout the Bngllsh lan
guage. She had nobody in Ti-neri?#.
where they ipouk Spanish mostly, to us<
,t or. Spanish supplanted it. and when
her mother, now .Mr*. R. KeaemlnslM of
Sin Ada ma strest. Brooklyn, called to
Mercedes, who was leaning over the re t.
? i" little girl d'd not undt rut aid her.
Tl,11 t'ne motl. , who <loe^ n^t uriier
'r.nd spank- . tiie?1 KPenoh on M-r ed s.
and tiiev got nlont fairly ????!!.
Tlie mother explained that Mercedes
laid ami, swhj* to any only n lit '.
? ??tie. in hat, the w*r had provantad
her from getting ha. k .?ou, ller an it
.?ttrne w th her.
Tie mother sn>s Met edcs will hiv
to leatn to siie.il; Am riean again so
hat she fan tali: with her two it'tie
brothers in Brooklyn. She will return
to sChooi for that purpose. She was
born in Belgium and after her father,
who since died, and iter mother came
here she began to talk the language.
CONVICT EARNED ONLY
48 CENTS IN FOUR YEARS
When Bullet Leaver Brain He
Awakens to Poverty.
Ftmnsti l,eondon skf. the Sing Hng con
vict from whose brain n bullet wan ex-.
traced several weeks ago in an effort ?
to restore his sanity, told Dr. Amos 0.
Squire at the prison yesterday that In
the four roars In which he has been ?
confined he has had Just fort.v-elghi
cents to spend.
"That is what J had In my pockets ;
when they sent me away." said r,eon- .
dowski, "and T haven't had a nickel <
since."
I^ondowski has been an insare pa
tient most of the time that he lias been
in prison, and consequently did not draw
the cent and ti half s day which the
State pe: s coniiot* a? wages. Ho had
no realties or friends to reed him
mon<'. The authorities ??ld esterdsy
they believe his sanity has been restored i
fully.
CHINA REORGANIZES
MINT AT SHANGHAI
Producing Capacity Will Be |
$1,000,000 a Day.
Bmanomai, May I*.?The ftharchal j
mint will he under the control snd direo- '
tlon of the Ministry of Finance and the
Currency Bureau, and the staff, includ
ing a foreien assayer. will he appointed
by there boards. The appointments,
which will be in the nature ??( i>ermane it
positions, m!H ii ? itt rc-iijrniMon > pe
?In 1 (jtiiillflc.t.lorc The r< tort of i ic
*?i*a>cr ah > are to b published from
time to time.
Bullion yjc?> hltd tiie tool standard
ultimately w.ll be abolished, and al
though the mint will iia ? a pro.lucln*
cS|SIClty of $1.0'm?,000 a day, at Prst It
tvlll only coin 111,OOP,000 ? month A
currency reform commission Is being
formed.
itepresentatlves of the Ministry of
.)>? ' and IV Currem ? B "S ci, the
,,..1 . ...
LOCKWOOD LINKS GOUGERS
HERE IN NATION-WIDE PLOT
Continued from First rage.
accountants have gathered bushels of
evidence on this subject. It Is one of
the most exhaustive Investigations made.
Usurious rates have been demanded as
an ordinary tiling, this evidence shows.
The committee will prove, It is expected,
that big Institutions and prominent
bohkers have made a practice of com
pelling builders seeking loans to accept
Liberty bonds at par and swamp lands
at high prices as preliminary to getting
loans for building.
Liberty llonds Sold at Par.
Through this channel banking institu
tions have unloaded at par the Liberty
bonds which crammed their safes and
have gotten rid of much undesirable real
estate. The applicant for the loan was
compelled under the system to take over
these securities from the banks, prece
dent to getting money for hi? building
enterprise, and thereupon was able to
get back from the bank a liberal loan on
those same securities. The committee
ha" evidence of hundreds of these trans
actions. every one of which fell heavily
on the builder.
Another feature of the loan market
inquiry will deal with the activities of
fire. Insurance, trust and other hanking
corporations which hav been ui.ie
strained In their Investments and isve
carried on all kinds of stock sepculatlons
in preference to putting their surplus
funds Into real estate loans. Soma amaz
ing 'peculations will be shown. How
corporation managers have used their
funds In stock manipulations will be re
vealed, it is expected.
Mr. Unterniyer hns shown recently
that the fire insurance companies are
a law unto themselves in this city, op
erating without Stats regulation. He
will spend a few days more on tho in
surance subject, tho purpose being to
show that mutual companies are ex
cluded from business here ; that brokera
are outlawed unless they do as they
are told.
This last work, practically winding
up the active investigating by the com
mittee, Is expected to be fully as Im
portant In Its results to the building
trade as anything yet done.
It Is estimated that If Htatc banks,
fire, surety and trust companies are
compelled to Invest a certain propor
tion of their reserves in real estate
mortgages, as the committee will recom
mend. that at least $500,000,000 will be
released In this State for mortgages
for building purposes.
The committee will recommend that
fire and surety companies be compelled
to put 4 4 per cent of their reserves
into real estate mortgages, the same is
savings banks now do. Tho .State banks
and trust companies will be. asked. In
the committee's recommendations, to put
at least 10 per cent, of their surplus
funds Into this class of Investments.
llnsln Oiiiliiicil for >?*iv l.nna.
The N'tw York Hcrai.o is a' ? to
announo? to-day tha- as far as the
Lookwood committee's recommendations
have been reduced to definite terms, to
be presented in its findings to the leg
islature for law making, the following
are ttie specific proposals outlined:
Every contractor dealing
? with the city will be com
pelled to file a list ol' his subcontrac
tors and copies of their contracts,
giving all forms, within ten days
after made.
2 All contractors shall be re
? quired to give to the city the
privilege of subrogation to subcon
tractors to prevent recurrence of the
tl in the Cumberland Street Hos
pital deal. Contracts with -ubcon
tra -i.nr v nrta.ng for th? city will
? ontain this provision.
3 Uvery contractor and subcon
? "tractor doing business with
Lite city shall agree that lie does HO'
compare bids; that he is not a mem
ber of any price fixing combine Hon ;
that he belongs to no association
which prevents him from free and
unrestricted oiddlng that has for any
reason hern abandoned.
4('on?plracy to defraud t e
? 'city snail be made a felony.
5 Kc. bidding agreements be
? tw? n la >or nnd employer
whereby tl e union fixes the price of
labor to the employer or What may
be charged by tha emplocr or th-it
gives any preference to the employet
wlio accepts labor's terms.
6 Requiring financial Institu
? ' tlons. and especially lire I -
surance companies which do not in
vest in real estate mortgages, to put
a cart din percentage or their funds
Into this class of securities.
Breaking down the ironclad
? monopoly of the fire Insur
ance companies and opening the New
York market to mutual and all other
insurance companies.
Amendment of the Donnelly
? anti-trust law, giving the
State greater power in dealing with
such Illegal combinations as have
been exposed here.
Taking from the courts the
? right to impose fines 011 in
dlviduals found guilty of collusion
and price fixing; making the officers
of a corporation responsible for Its
acts.
?j rs Fixing a minimum sentence
* " of six months, without al
lowing the court the right to suspend
sentence, In cases like those where
convictions have been found in the
last few months and moderate fines
Imposed. Half r dozen amendments
to tho Donnelly act will bo urged.
To Rnd Inidrqnalr Pfnaltlri.
On the litter subject Mr. Untermyer
has expret.se,' himself forcibly of late.
It Is almost useless for the Lock wood
'"Vi mm it too to proceed and for the State
to spend Its money in such an Investiga
tion, Mr. Untermyer has said. If the
courts ai's to lot off serious offenders
with sentences not even equal to those
Imposed on persons arrested for dis
orderly conduct. The disorderly person
yets thirty dnvs as a rule ; some of tire
big profiteers and price fixers convicted
as a result of the I.ockwood committee's I
work have had only nominal punishment.
In Its national ascpeets. the Investiga
tion of the building industry has taken
on much great inip-irtance In the last
few weeks, since Marry Daugherty be
dame United States Attorney-General.
It Is well known that under the ad
ministration of Attorney-General Palmer
this State was not able to get support
or sooperation from Washington. There
were liberal promises, but nothing was
done. Mr. Untermyer showed in two
days In City Hall that a nationwide
combination of cement dealers was goug
ing the country. Washington fussed
around with the ease for weeks and did
nothing. It was shown that the plumb
ers and steel fitters and many other
organizations with headquarters here
were operating through their national
officers throughout the country precisely
as they were here. .No action was taken
by the Federal Government.
Attorney-General Daugherty has taken
hold of the situation with vigor. Some
of the cases which went by default are
lo be reopened. The Attorney-General's
office Is keeping close watch on the dis
solution process of the many combina
tions. If made In good faith, the Gov
ernment will not n"t hut If the dissolu
tion is a pretext the Federal Government
will take hold. The Attorney-Genera!
Is welcoming tlie help and advice of the
State probers in tracing the combina
tions to Other cities.
FORD STILL CONTESTS
SEATING OF NEWBERRY
But Senate Committee Will
Act Favorably Soon.
Sp<" iat Despatch to The Nkiv Yo?k Hbkaid.
New York IIi*rolil Bureau, 1
Washington. t>. f.. May 15. i
A final recommendation on the action
to he taken by the Senate on the In
vestigation of the election of Senator
! Newberry 'Mtcli.), Is In sight from the
.Senate Committee on Privileges and
i Elections. Senator Dillingham fVt.),
i chairman, said to-day he expected to
call the committee together not later
?than ten days hence.
ills Impression is that the decision
of the Supreme Court ordering a dis
missal of the court proceedings insti
tuted by Henry Ford, Senator New
berry's Democratic rival, plus the re
count made by the Newberry sub
committee last Congress, leaves practi
cally nothing for the committee to con
elder.
Senator Dillingham Is of the opinion
that a majority if not ail of his com
mittee will agree with him that there !
U no occasion for further committer in
vestigation.
This attitude, it is known, is n.ii
shared by attorneys for Henry Ford,
who have been urging reopening the
'?ase before .the Senate, notwithstanding
the court decision. One lawyer Is now
in Washington awaiting developments
In the Senate committee.
NEW REPUBLIC OF
CHINA LOOKS TO U.S.
Manifesto From Canton Gov
ernment Received by Sec
retary Hughes.
IS ADDRESSED TO POWERS
Support Asked in War on
'Militarists and Traitors'
in Country.
Sptcial Deapatoh to The New Yosk Hsiui.d.
New York Herald Ilureau. I
Washington, D. May IS. )
A manifesto addressed to the Powers
of the world by the Canton Government
of China was placed In the hands of Sec
retary of State Hughes to-day by Ma
Soo,.representative here of the new re
publican government. The delegate of
the Canton Government was acting on
! the direction of Wu Ting Fang. Foreign
Minister, and the manifesto was written
by Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, upon his assump
tion of the office of President. The man
ifesto savs in part:
"During the last four years the
patriots of China.have been waging war
against the militarists and traitors of
the country for the cause of constitu
tional government and for the national
existence itself. It has been no war be
tween the north and south of China, but
a struggle between militarism and dem
ocracy, between treason and patriotism.
That the people of the north are sympa
thetic to the purposes and aims of the
south has been demonstrated by the fact
that they have spontaneously organized
demonstrations and boycotts for the
same purposes and alms.
"The Government of Pekln has not the
last vestige of Its control over the prov
inces. Even those nominally within Its
jurisdiction, where the military satraps
are plundering the people and ruining
the country, it has even to take orders
from them. These militarists wage war
among themselves in the struggle for
power. One of them has lately gone to
the extent of treacherously leaguing
himself with the Russian monarchists
and aiding and abetting them to attack
and capture Urga.
"While tho Pekin Government is fast
crumbling from sheer hollowness, foreign
domination tends to spread from north to
south. The existence of China as a na
tion Is In Jeopardy.
"t'nder these circumstances the Na
tional Assembly, the only body of legally
elected representatives of all the prov
inces and territories of the country has
established a formal government and
elected me to be President of the Repub
lic. Relng the founder of the republic, I
cannot afford to see Iter in danger with
out making an effort to save her. Hav
ing been summoned once before, in 1911.
to the Presidency, from which 1 resigned
after a short tenure In order, as I
thought, to bring about unity in the
country, 1 intend now to do all In my
power to discharge these duties arTtl
functions honestly, faithfully and to the
satisfaction of my fellow citizens.
"As the "National Assembly which
elected mo represents the whole country
Irrespective of North or South, bo It
shall be my first endeavor to unite alt
pro v I neat and territories of tho Re
public tinder one government, which
shall be progressive and enlightened.
The legitimate rights of foreign Powers
and their nationals, duly acquired by
treaty, contract or established usage,
shall be scrupulously respected. The
vist resources of the country, natural.
Industrial, shall be developed so tho
whole world, suffering from the disas
trous effects of long years of war. will
be benefitted.
"For thia purpose foreign capital and
expert knowledge In pursuance of the
open door policy will be welcomed. There
is little doubt that with the Southern
provinces enjoying good government and
prosperity under honest administration
and a constructive programme, other
provinces will be only too ready to throw
off the yoke of militarism and misrule
and. acknowledging the authority of this
Government, will bring about the much
desired unification of the country
"I appeal to the Governments of the j
friendly Powers to withdraw recognl- !
tlon from the soi-dtsant Government. ,
which Is avowedly no do jure govern
ment, and which Is proving itHelf not j
even a de facto government. And in i
Opening This
Tonight's the night when the Hotel Pennsylvania Roof
Garden Restaurants begin another summer season?and
they're even better looking than last year. The hour of
opening is six o'clock?and there will be dancing this even
ing (and every evening except Sundays) at both dinner and
supper. Music by the famous Pennsylvania Dance Orchestra.
Downstairs, on the lobby Floor, you'll find something
new this year: the big Main Dining Room is made into a
Summer Garden, with something of the atmosphere of the
gay and colorful Roof in it. No dancing, but music for
mu >;c lovers by the Pennsylvania Concert Orchestra.
The Hotel Pennsylvania
Poof Restaurants
and Ground Floor Summer Garden
the same manner In which they recog
nized the Republican Government formed
by the National Assembly ill 1913, I
request that they accord recognition to
this Government formed now by the
e.uiio assembly."
COUPLE DIE OF CYANIDE.
Man ami Woman Were I'unnil In
Itnoin of Hotel Saturday.
Autopsies on the bodies of Mary dej
Virgilio, 24. of t? 13 Baltic street and
Charles 13. Cochran. 322 Berkeley place,
Brooklyn, who were found dead to
gether In tlio Hotel Navarre Saturday,
were completed yesterday by Dr Ben
jamin Schwartz. Assistant Medical Ex
aminer. They had died from cyanld of
potassium poisoning
The young woman's body was claimed
by Nicholas de Verglllo, her father, and
Fred Bcczlnsky of 202 Flatbush avenue,
Brooklyn, claimed the body of her com
panion as that of his brother.
STRICKEN IN PULPIT.
Ilrv. Ur. ( Imrli'n I'), Herring of]
1'lninUcld In Critical Conilitlon.
The Rev. T>r. Charles E. Herring,
preaching yesterday morning at the
First Presbyterian Church of Plafctfleld,
N J., of which he la pastor. was stricken
with apoplexy, and after announcing
his inability to proceed became uncon
scious. T\ X. W. Currlc, who was in
the congregation, went to the aid of the I
preacher and had him removed to his j
home, where his condition is reported tw I
bo critical.
MEMORIAL HELD FOR
LIEUT. JAMES EUROPE
Army Associates Tell of Band
Leader's Service.
Serviced in memory of Lieut. Jaime
Reese Europe, former leafier of Uie
"Hell Fighters (369th Infuntry) bund,
who woe slain In Boston May 9, 1919,
were held yesterday .ifternoon in St.
Mark's African Methodist Episcopal
Church. West Fifty-third street.. The
service was conducted by tho Clef Club,
Inc., which woo organised five years ago
by the negro musician, and was attended
by many white persons ne weH as nearly
500 negroes.
Col. Arthur Little, who served during
'lie war In the same regiment with
Lieut. Europe, spoke of Europe and his
band. I te gave a short history of the
dead man's life m th earmy and told of ,
the suocess lie achieved with lite band
In France. Ferdinand Q. Morten, As
sistant District Attorney, and James
M'eldon were the other speakers. Music
for the service was rendered by tin
regimental Infantry band under th eel.nl
?rship of Lieut. Fred Simpson.
PEHITIIXTIARY H ARDEN DIES.
Employees of the Hotel Arlington
broke Into the room occupied by a ten- j
ant, who failed to rcspon to their knock-1
Jng yesterday and found the man dead
in bed. Heart disease was given as the ]
cause of death by the hotel physician, j
The man was identified as Pedro Miguel. I
warden of a penitentiary at Onmboa, In ]
the Panama Canal Zone.
GREENWICH VILLAGERS
SEE SUSPECT CAPTURED
Patrolman Says Prisoner
Guilty of Holdup.
Homegulng Greenwich Villagers and
others passing in Washington Square
Park toward 1 o'clock yesterday morn
ing heard shouts and saw a policeman,
revolver drawn, in pursuit of a man who
sprinted out of Woogter street, along
Washington Square Kast, an dinto Wash
ington place. A capture was made in
Greene street.
Somewhere along the route, according
to Patrolman Jeremiah McCarthy, the
prisoner. Michael I.*. Crowley, a chauf
feur, of 108 Chnrles street, had thrown
away $700 which he and another man
who escaped had stolen from Joseph
Marraecl. a butcher, of 234 Thompson
street. Marrncei was leaving hie shop
with his wife, when two men seized him,
took the money and a diamond ring, and
knocked him down. His wife's cries
brought the policeman. The prisoner
denied the charge, and later in Jefferson
Market Court was held In $15,000 ball
for trial.
Burglars broke into the loft of the
Royal Tailors, 202 West Korty-nlnth
street, some time Friday night, it was
! reported yeseterday, and carried away
| clothing valued at $1,500.
F.ARTHQIAKRS |\ SALVADOR.
I San Salvador, Republic of Salvador,
j May 15. Three strong earthquakes were
| felt throughout Salvador Saturday. There
J have been no reports of casualties or of
I material damage.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS, DIRECTION OF DEE AND J. J. BHUBHRT.
WINTER GARDEN M?^-2 t5<
WE K KH
WTT.mY'.V El'CEN'E nUTTHHU OTHERS,
Preventing HOWARD an,i 200
CUIIorpT THEATRE, 44th, W. of B'way.
JflUDtn I Kv? K:30. Mats. Wed. & Set. 2 :11
VeMof'st "DHOFRF
.lames M. Harrie s 1 1W 1 jLJ 1 j
"Quality Street" M. of Quality Street"
with Doratli) Went & Hhatin fllenvllle.
ROn I H 45th, West of B ?ay. Ev
OW 1 n Matinees Wed. A- Sat. 2:81
es. 8:30.
J - ^ THE GREEN
IN GODDESS
Br WM. AROHEB.
a ItKU ? ?v* fj
Arliss
da THE
NAME OF
A NEW
MOTION
PICTURB.
PPINRFQC ?nth. E of B y. Bvs. 8:45. East
rnint/Lcd MaCs_ W(v]_ f. flaU 30 Tlme
The EMPEROR JONES
with on A IM.ES
GILPIN.
FRA7FF vv"sl Eves. 8:30. Last Week
rB/VXC. t.M St Mats Wel.A Hat.2 :t0.
Mivrn A flue play by one of tile great
IT1IAC.U jest of living dramatists " 7'rt'li
MARRIAGE
nr. and "the finest a,-tlnt
in N. Y." -/ire. IVnrll.
I ONf.ACRF W 48 St. Ilrj 2.x i >4 JO.
Milts. Wed. A sat. 2:30.
"THE
iCHAMPION"
T1 IE FUN N1 EST I'l,A V IX TOWN." Suit.
GRANT MITCHELL
VIEST I'l.AV IN ?
*YAN DERBILT w4b?i
C (MS B AO - MATf. WED 4.RAI
THE .MPS I OA I. COM HOY II If
PLYMOUTH ^sSA"17f"2o0'
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
WiM. of B'waj
William Fox tires,"lit, a plcturlzatlon of J
Mark Twain's Famotui Oomedy Romant e
it
CONNECTICUT
YANKEE ,N*K,NO
ARTHUR'S OOCKT"
Staged by Kmmett .1 Flynn.
Matinees 2.80. Best Seats In Orchestra SI.00 I
t.ood Orchestra Seats for MdfgBMi VO*?.
?venlmpt K 3(l. Gmsl Seats In Oreh. $1.00.
flood Seats In Balcony OOe.
Ml Seats Reserved. War Tax Extra
Ty a T?_V TIIKATRK.
?v ft r\. rv Broadway and AUtb St
WILLIAM ~ ~
OVER THE HILL
i ox
Presents
By Will Carleton.Directed hyllsrryMlUarde
\tats at 2 It), flood Seats in Orchestra ftllr
F,\e- at 8:30. Good Seats In Oreh. $1.00.
Good Seats in Balcony H0c.
All Seats Reserved. War Tax Extra.
PFNTIIRY Thea..62d 8t.fc|Eva.8:15. Mats
bcniuni cant'l Park W. \W. A sai. 21r>.
A VERITABLE SEXSATIOX'
OSCAR STRAUS' MScfTtta
THE LAST WALTZ
With ELEANOR PAINTER.
AMRASSADOR^M^I^L
ivi ino mm? wtn-sSE
cfaAPPWsJagi
JGf RANfif?
-BIFF! BiNG! BANG!'
Wm. A. MH, m Then. E. of B>. Bvs. < 20.
Jlrady h Will 51. \r ( ,. Thor- V su. 2 20.
TnxfWf^JW
RrnarlViii rst ^ ? or 11 y. .ur
nroaanurst Mat*.TImrn.ASat.2:20. Weeks
30.! Last 2 i
Ha^pBeN
Merchaut of Venire: To-niirhf. Thur. Mat. A
Suf. Eve. Hamlet: Tn-m'w Night A Sat Mat.
Macbeth. Wed. Eve. Taming of the Shrew.
Thur. Eve. Servant In the Ifonsr i'ri. Etc
N0R0SC0
p!EATRF.vvw45*St
fccJJ 30 Kan. **d ? SH 2S0
imi
111
A4? ST. THEATRE
1 DAilY (TtATS 2'I5 EVININOSM
D.W.Griffitht
masterpiece
symphony okmbstra
SHAME
IS THE
NAME OK
A NEW
MOTION"
PICTURE.
I' I TINT P ? eat 42d St. Even. 8:30
Mats W?
ted. A Sat. 2.30.
LADIESNIGHT
THEATRE
42nd St.&B'way.
?rn? TWICE DAILY. 2:15 A 8:15 P. M.
Tlie World's Greatest Motion Picture
Duvotra bs
J 600don Comvbds
Most Sensational and Most Thrilling
Screen Spectacle Ever Shown
"The chariot race was the last word In
thrill" Historic lot e story a great succors.'
-R. G. Welch, Eve. Telegram.
DAILY MATS. fi0r-SL50. Even. 50c-$2.0O.
NEW rORR'B I.EACINO THEATERS A n SUCCESSES
FMPIPF B way k tilth St Kvrv 8:15.
C,lVirit\C. M;iM, -V\>'1 Hal. 8:t5.
ETHEL & JOHN BARRYMOREI
TR VNOK'MfHiA'S
This Theatre * ill be
CLOSF.D TO-NIGHT
out of respect to the
,,COHW.
TWO LITTLE
Music*!Comedy g|R^ j? BLUE
SUCCESS
Tht kfn.il Btauttful Chnrui in Tmrn.
fart a "O w?*t 44th st. |mZ ?t r ib
DCoLAO^U Mm , Tltura. anil Sat. a :1...
Lionel Atwill "DEBURAU'
MaUlieon Tlnir*. * Sat. li:2t>
i*By
'THE GOLD DIGGERS'
\ VP!'}
I lop si (MM t
Globe 'iflVr. Monday, May 23
FAVf 'HON MAKCO offer THKM
SKIsVKS and A I.VHOK COMPANY
jtiTHK Introducing
' ? a a It"
COAST I (1rsiin-Kl.t
K.travn
M! SIC V I Wt 1 ikfiH California
Girl*.
^OOLDKN lk\y# IT'S ALL
gate i'ALI
HEVtl.8. " FORI*LA
4 Weak* Only. Boat. Sain Thuntday
LIBERTY'.r?;, LAST*TTMF.S
MITXI
!n tlii: m si -ill roiiu.li Id I id' Bill.v
Seats Wed. & Sit. Mnt?. ,$?
SAK HHARnuv 42 st
HAT5WhD?V\r SO-BkYANT 6314
MROtlOS^Si
SUHCH?)UWtv.av>KiA i'-ji ??
YOUNG^IpomCH. moyi .-.a 10 man nil sat 'KUMMERf
; \ i r rA 11? .4 in -" wni.A hh a in
PHAWt ^
JEnRY MILLER'S Kt "w
\lai ,. Thurattav anil Sat
MR PIM PASSES RY
ill, t ..ira H.ii.p ? 'fp? ft... \"i tile i
A YIIK AT Kit Ot !lol> I'KOIM ? Mo
Loew's New York I heat re & Roof
Corn. It A. M. to 11 IV M I "f I V M
t'lsrr Klmhnll ^iiiiiie l_n In-.
I oew'?American 1 1
LOCW S/Amcritail ^VHrv |.;v (j. ij
"Too Wise Wives," Joo Muh & All
Co.,Kol?i A Irwin, Weber, Taylor 1 l*1 , I
A Mirks, Ovrrholt A Toons, oths. i Reserved
pOLUMBIA
^ ' all nkw 1 'eek-?-Boo MoOnueugh.
New Amsterdam. ? v. hi 5. Mt-ji. \\ <!.&Sat.2;15.
HWEIDpbow '"*>
mariiynkmilur/^
LEON EScROii'
_H|-W AMSTETROAM ROOF
zk'iftis' <icma frouc
Arn FISHtR'CWOmDBUIOIJSM.Ki OfKH
MB /\w Then.. 4">. W. of H'*>> . Hry. 07(17.
? FR/kNC INK Kv?.S:20.MtnW ttl.&Hat .2 .'O
UMHMOtt - Nltt PfCPU
MiNHATTAN0PLR?P
TO-NIGHT, 8:15
THE THREE
MUSKETEERS'
MUSICAL COSTUME PLAY
\\ l iu n nnd ? In
RlC'RAIlD V\ nOMI'M-:
HIGH PRICES ABOLISHED
50c to $2.00, War Tax Included^
CODTv,M,8lha: TO NIGHT Al 6
? MATINEE* *?D*.SAT .
Cherry Wih^Tyna.
theTYBAHMYOF love
jiui3soN i"'mti
IMFMFSI^
Po'vcrful Drama i V/Za* rlX?/eJ/a-J
Willi MK. TIIOMVS. VtSK pu\*f TKl.l.
\\l) till i)HlBiyAli CAST.
OPENING
MON. NIGHT, MAY 23
GEORGE M.
COHAN -
THE VAGABOND
it ml thr entire Chicago ( ompanv
in a r'".nal of tin season $
lai.tthinti ?u< rest, "THE T WERN
AT. <r :
/ \FS.VZ IVlSrsr
tfUMiHi T n|;\u.i i lil'ini y Corii'l.v !?"? ?'
.lalllllNw W1M. IKMiKitS Harold I l.OVt)
Itova U 111 fl<> llnvr' '.Son- or N?V?r
CAPITOL UKANI> OHl'HKBTRA
lAI.ISADJ S \;:,':sr PARK
(iPiKiMit# W i.toiii *? |m 1< * NOW
OrEN. 60 AB5W A TTH ACTIONS.
CASINO M*te
.JOh ? H f?. FF nffrr*
Zfmbfclfat s
.Musical
Sensation
BIJOU w,Ti?w??
* a? ? tiiift ? ?>#ni '.Mti s?t. j .io.
dew:
cW??
,<=MS"r^N
39TH ST Theatre, nr ICh ... Eve*. 8:110.
* Mat luces Wnd. A Sat. 2 no.
ARTHUR j THE GHOST 1 a
BYRON I BETWEEN |
COMEDY TP**- 4 'stSt..tir.B'wny E vns.H :30.
Matinees Thtirs. A flat. 3:80
Spectators helpless with laughter." Herald.
M? JUST MARRIED
with Vivian Martin A I.tnne Overman.
SHAME
JS THE
SAME OF
NEW
MOTION"
picture.
Ih" 1st Year
TIMES SQ. ^8 .^. Best Scats ,2.50.
LITTLE
ITIIKATKK, ?
I West 44 St. j "gg Wod A s>f at 2 :,0
SELWYN THEATRES P
). Best Scats J2.J
'lllir. A Hat. 2 :20
CHARLES PURCELl
m THE RIGHT GIRL
A CLEAN. MUSICAL ENTERTAIN
MENT with DOLBY CONNOLLY,
ROBERT WOOLHEV. MAX1NK
BROWN and TOM I.EWIB.
Evs.8sS0.MatS.
, Wed. A Hat
ASTOR TWICE DAILY-All 5EAT5 RESERVED
ucmn JQ f?la5C6 ibanfz
"Mhorsem^
op the apocalypse
FIJI TOM West 40th street. Kvs S.Ht
?I Matinees Wed. and sat.
varehi Enter Madame trmNtoV
Moves t'i p. REPUBLIC 23
BELMONTlJ^iM^ m
Miss Lulu Bctt
102X0 PERFORMANCE TO-NKilCr.
Garrick ?L**?U"-.?iS I
"L I LI O M"
a mitATRr guild production I
J Neighborhood Playhouse
4?0 Urand St. Tel. Oreh 1171.
Every Tuee. Wed., Thura. and Kit, Eve.
Thru June 11. with Mai. on Saturday.
Granville Barker'* and Dion l althorn .1
"THE HARLEQIINADE"
Preceded by Harold Chapln'e
"INNOCENT ?.nd ANNABEL."
"ALL IN' AM. IT IS A KATIE AND
HIGHLY ENTERTAINING RIM.."
Manibip World.
"CHARMINt JLY MOUNTED AND EX
CELLENTLY PLAYED.Hue*.
?ENCHANTING PLAY -WELL WORTH
A TRIP TO GRAND STREET '
?Htrald.
ORCHESTRA SI BALCONY Sdr
J Town Hall
I 43rd ST. EAST or BWAY.
L,kellum's
tew picas
D.^J. GRIFFITHS
DREAM STREET*
SHAME
R
R
13 THB
N AM 10 or
A NICW
MOTION
PICTUUB.
PARAMOUNT riCTtBK.T
[ V 0 L I lithe! Clayton
B-wa> In "SHAM.
4" wt- 'Ovn < oii'-'Ti ''i. in mih
I A L I () Domtliy Dalton
TtMF.B "Til* 1<U>I r.f tlio Norti
ngUARB i nmn?? nialto Oioh>?ti ?
sRITERION
IMILniUU Pnua,s ? llllllin rt(, >I|J1(,
/THE L OST ROMANCE
Adrla Rowland, Pearl Re
Ray A Band, .Anatol, Frtad
land A Co., Jon Jackson,
Weaver 8ms , other* and
Joacplilne Victor & Co.
IB Tlffi
NAM I", or
A NKW
MOTION
PtCTURR.
MARY RICK FORD
"Thrnllih the Bark Door
SHAME
8,A<a;D
STEEPLECHASE
(pesiSAY N0W opEN
I I TXT A Pryor'sBand
I Ahl El V.NTtRE SEASON
CUNfci ISLAND- I im DantTnjC.

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