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TEMPERATUEE. 3 p. m.—44 above. 3 a. m—38 above. THE COLUMBIA REPUBLICAN -.Where You Read It First - THE WEATHER. Crenerallv fair Tuesday • and Wednesday; northwest winds. ^VOLUME O il HUDSON, N. Y., TUESDAY, MORNING. MARCH 21. 1922 . TEN PAGES NUMBER 29 iNTEiyaiis GIVEN VERBAL Gov. Miller UpKolds Legisla­ ture and Points Out Why Part of the Lockwood Bills Were Not Passed. A lbany, M a rch 20.— S a m u e l U n - icrm y e r , cou n s e l fo r th e L o c k w o o d y io u s in g C o m m ittee, w a s given a se v ­ ere verb a l spanking- in a le t t e r ad - .Iressecl to h im by Gov. M iller M o n d a y T h e le t t e r w a s in rep ly to U n ter- m y e r ’s req u e s t for an extraord in a r y ■wssion o f th e S tate leg isla t u r e to p a ss th e b a la n c e o f th e L o c k w o o d p r o ­ gram . T h e 'G o v e r n o r says in th e letter th a t h e d o e s n o t con s id e r th e occasion \warrants a sp e c ia l session , an d adds, “considering- th e fa c t th a t th e bills, w h ich you criticise th e legislatu r e for not passing- w e re n o t in trod u c e d until :March 2nd, a lt h o th e d a te o f th e a d ­ jou r n m e n t w a s d e f in it e ly fix e d by b o t h H o u s e s by m o t ion F e b r u a r y IS th , ■jind w a s te n t a t i v e ly an n o u n c e d m u c h earlier, you ou g h t to he p r a isin g th e ^ ^ fislature fo r w h a t it did accom - T h e G ovei-nor th e n m a d e it clear th a t h e is not im p ly in g criticism for th e tim e o f introducing- th e b ills, but rem in d s U n c lerm y e r “you sh o u ld not in d u l g e in un\varranted a s s a u lt s upon ‘th e legislatu i'e fo r n o t a c c e p t in g out Of h a n d m e a s u r e s of fa r - r e a c h in g im ­ p o r ta n c e w h ich h a v e ta k e n yo u so lo n g to p r e p a r e .’’ SAySU.S.«NDeRll«IN PlfllAmSTJlPAN W a sbin-gfon, Bfarcb 20— A cliarge th a t th e U n ited S tates and G r e a t B r i ­ ta i n en tered in to a secret under,stand- Sug during- th e arm ’a m e n t con feren c e fo r tihe exp r e s s purpose o f h o ld in g a w h i p hanid over Tapan w ith an ang-lo_ uAmerrcan fle e t in th e P a c ific, started th'c sen a t e tod'ay into a tem p e s tu o u s idePate on th e fo u r p o w e r and other confereiTce treaties. ‘Tthe oharge w a s a t trib u ted by S e n a ­ to r B o r a h , rep u b lican of Idaho, to Pauil B . O ravath, prom in e n t N e w Y o r k lav' 5 'er, w h o is one o f cou n s e l for th e in t e r n a tion a l bianMnIg h o u s e of .T. P. ^iong-an and Co. A large numiber o f rn'embers -of the M a sonic Club enjoyed an o th e r of the series o f socilal even ts last even in g a t St. J o h n ’.s H a ll \when A lfred W . A b r a m s, o f A lbany, C h ief o f th e D iv­ ision O'f AHsual InstruiCtion o f th e State D e p a r tm e n t of E d n c a tion , giave h is m o s t in terestin g ililxistrated le c ­ ture, “The Scen ic B e a u t ies of N e w Y o r k S ta te.” I n begiimring- h e p o in t ­ ed ou t th e Wondei'fuMy large numlber o f b e a u ty spo'ts in th i s one state— •tgyeater for range of v a r iety — t h a n in a n y other in th e u n ion . T h e n w itli b e a u t if u l colored slid e s to Show w a y , h e led h i s au d ien c e on a trip th r u th e Adironidack m o u n tains, a c r o s s L a k e Georg-e, arou n d L a k e ■Ohimiplaan, to N ia g a r a F a lls, over the St. L a w r e n c e an d t6 th e T h o u sand Islan d s , doAvn th e m a j e s t ic H u d son ■and over th e O a tskill m o u n tain s , and th e n on a vo^-age' th r u th e centi-a.l part- o f th e State. F o llo w in g th e lectu r e refresh m e n ts w e r e served and a so c ia l h o u r en jo y ­ ed by all. MODERN UPTOWN RESTAURANT OPENS T h e C o u n try G e n tlem a n restaurant, w h ich h a s been located on N o r th S e v ­ en th street .across th e a lley from th e ■<’. A. V a n D e u s e n p lant, h a s m o v e d TO its n e w location on th e corner of ■Seventh and W a rren streets and opened up for b u s in e s s T b u r s d a y m o r n ing. T h e restau r a n t is very a t ­ tra c t iv e and u p -to -d a te w ith la test sty le tab les and- c h a irs o f dark w a ln u t co lo r .T h e r e is also a large soda lo im t a in , w h icli is one o f th e latest t.vpeS; th is is so m e t h in g en tirety n e w fo r H u d son, h a v in g a soda fou n tain rind restau r a n t com b ined. T h e floor is h ig h ly p o lish e d , w h ich adds m u c h to The clea n lin e s s o f th e place. T h e up- .srreet w in d o w h a s been m a d e .into a p u b lic w a it in g room for an y one who. is w a it in g fo r an A lb a n y Southern car or th e autobus. T h e sea t s are on th e sty le o f a w in ­ d o w b e n c h w ith lea th e r cu s h ion seats. T h is w ill be a con v e n ien c e for th e <-OLinti'y people, esp e c ia lly o n a storm y day, v.rhere th e y can go in s id e in s tead o f w a it in g a lo n g th e street. THE ALLIED CITIZENS’ LEAGUE AT LIVINGSTON m eeting- o f th e m e m b e r s of the A llied C itizens’ L e a g u e w a s h e ld on W e d n e s d a y ev e n in g at I Ivingston for th e m e m b e r s o f th e Teven o f L ivin g ­ ston. .James W a lker th e president of th e L ivin g s ton org-anization presided. li6‘ num b e r oi. enrolled m e m liers is g r o w in g and it i.s th e object of the organ ization to secu r e as large a m e m b e r s h ip as possible. T h e Allied <’U izens de.sire to h a v e a part in pro- Tuoting m o r a lity, p a triotism and th e civic w e lf a r e o f the com m u n ity, to u p h o ld A m e r ican id e a ls and the con- ■s'itution o f th e Ityited States. -All can ­ d id a tes for office— local. S tate and n a ­ tio n a l — w h o p led g e thernseli'es for la w enforcem e n t , including- th e Y o l- steacl act, w ill receive th e endor.';e- mr-nt o f th e local organization. EUiLDING FUND GROWING. Annbun.cei!T.en.t was made at th e serv ices at St M.aG''s Phuroh yester­ day t h a t t h e b u ild in g fu.nd f o r th e n e w ch u r c h had reached th e sulbstantial su m o f -?77,21)6.45, a tru ly .splendid .--ih o w ing. O p en F irst o f yia y . 'Phe d e a l ha.s been closed w b e r e b j th e Nelso-n m a ,rket ren t s th e F in k le- sceiin property, beitween T h ird and ■J-'ourth s tre e t s . I t is th e intentiom of ■the N e lso n m a r k e t people to rem o d el a n d equip th e st.ore a fter the m c ^ .'■^anitai-j' and convenienit metIh'Pds, and it w ill be one of th e -most co m p letely equipped sh o p s in tow n w h e n com - p ieted . T h e N e l s o n people tak e p o s - , ,sK<sion M a y 1. MEOVEliBOSTWIGK IHSUMHCE BUSINESS Will be Conducted in Future by Miss Isabel Webber and Louis H. Payne. lMi.---s Iso'bel W’'eb.ber and LouLs H . PA.nip have taken over the general insm-an.ee b u s in e s s conduqtad ’in th is city by th e late C h a r les W . B o s t w ick sin c e IS 90. -A sb' 01 -t tim e ago th e y ptU'Chased th e insm -ance b u s in e s s so su c c e s s fu lly conducted hero fo r m h n y j-ears .by Maicy & W'^hitbeck. T h e s e b u s in e s s e s w ill be com b ined and oonduoted along 'tihe sa m e lin e s as. in th e p a s t b y th e new OAvners u n ­ der th e riam e of th e C. Wh BostAviclc A g e n c y . M iss W e b b e r h a s ' b e e n associated w ith th e B o s t w ick business fo r m a n y years having- h a n d led th e o ffice AA-\ork for th e late Mr BositAvick. M r P a y n e is one o f H u d s o n ’s b e s t kno-AA’-n r e s i­ dents, haAdng- b e e n elected tAA-ico ns C ity T r e a surer and WaA'inlg been aottye in a ll lo c a l aOfairs o f note. IMiss tVeWber AAdll cai-e fo r th e office AAmrlc AA’-hile Mr P a y n e Avill do t-he outside AA’-oi-k. -For th e present the o ffice aam U b e located in th e H u d s o n ItlA^er T r u st Co. buM 'ing in th e su ite used b y t-he la te Mr B o S tw ick. GAVE ILLUSTRATED LECTURE LAST NIGHT APRIL 21 NAMED AS HUDSON DATE FOR ARBOR DAY ■Hudson Avili obserA^e A rbor day -Aipi’il 21. F r a n k ,P. G raves, com m is- •sioner o f education, Satu r d a y a n ­ nounced dates for th e obserAmnee o f A rbor day in A'-arious section s o f th e State. T h e d istricts and d a tes are: F irst district. L o n g Island and the counties o f soutneaw tern H g w Y o rk, in c lu d in g P u tn a m an d D u tch e s s , F r i ­ day, April 14. .Second district, all of th e S tate n o t in c lu d e d in th e first and ‘third das- triots, F r iday, A p r il 21. TihU-id district, northern Ne-AA-- York, including’ th e cou n ties of W a r ren, 'H a m ilton, H e i’M m er, L e w is, J e ffer­ son, .St L a w r e n c e , F r a n k lin , C linton and E s s e x , and .the C a tskili region in th e countiess o f U lster, D e law a r e and G reene, F r iday, A p r il 2S. T h e co m m ission e r desiignated A p r il 7 as B ird day. JOINS STAFF OF THE S. W t STRAUS & CO. A n n o u n c e m e jtl AVas m a d e Saturday o f th e ap p o in t m e n t of R o b e r t W . E v a n s, Jr., of H u d son, a s cohreapoiAd- en t for H u d s o n and Colum ibia coiinty of th e AATll knoAvn bond h o u s e o f S. W . Straus & Co. o f Neav Y o r k city. T h e com p a n y aaus - rep r e s e n ted iin the n e g o t iation s by its d istrict rep r e ­ sen ta tiv e W iliiiam F. H o e h n , AVho is w e ll kn'OAAui in the H u d son v a lle y as th e foirm er oA v n e r a n d edito.r o f th e P e e k s k ill Evening- New.s an d for m a n y years secretary aird d irector olf the H u d s o n Vlatley F e d e r a ted C h a m b e r s of Commerr-o. !Mr E \'ans Avill begin ills Avork ,im- m ediatedy, tout aau - i still con tin u e a c ­ tive intere.ct as secretary of C. H. EA’an s & Sons. M^CUP^ER TO BE CANDIDATE AGAIN IV a slungton, M a rch 20— Senator JMcf’umbei-, R e p u b lican, N o r t h D a ­ kota, chairm a n of the Senate F in a n c e C o m m ittee, today an n o u n c e d for- • m ally b is candidacy- for re-election . F o r m e r Senator A. J. G r o n n a a n ­ n o u n c e d him self la s t AAoek a s an o-p- p o n e n t. S e n a tor M cC m n b er said h e Avould run as a “stra ig h t con s e r v a ­ tive R e p u b lica n ” and added “th o u g h R e p u b licanism alAvaj-s stand,s fo r p r o g r e s s .” CHICKEN THIEVES BUSY IN GREENPORT Som e tim e during Saturdays n igh t or Sunday th ieves entered th e ch ick ­ en coo.pis on th e F a lk n e r farm form e r - 15 ’ the Capt I-Ioigan place, in G-reen- port, and m a d e o f f AAdth quite a feAv ch o ice bird-s. T h e S h e r iff’s office is in v e stigatin g . TEX RICKtRD IS SENT TO TOMBS Bail Bond Cancelled by Court at End of the First Da^^of Rickard’s Trial. N oav Yoi-lf, M arch 20— Trial o f TCX R ickard, b o x in g prom p ter, on an d ictm e n t ch a r g in g crim inal assau lt on lo - y e a r - o id Sarah Sch o e n feld , be­ gan tod a y in a courtroom so oroAvded th a t hallAvays had to bo blocked vath ben c h e s to h a n d le th e spectators. A s ­ sistan t D istrict Attorney- P e c o r a Avas late in ap p e a r in g because of an a p ­ p o in tm e n t Avith h is doctor a,nd tTie croAAbi greAV restless. T h e n ex a m in a ­ tion of ta lesm e n iiegan. T h e pros- .pective ju r o r s Avore a s k e d if th e y kneAA- .Tohn R ingling, con n e c ted Avith th e M a d ison Squai’O G a rden en ter- px-ises in AA'hich RicKai'd is interested, or at an y tim e h a d been connected Avith a n y sp o r tin g p r o jects. B e f o r e he Avas called to th e bar, R ick a r d said he Avas anxiou s th a t th e trial proceed so th a t it “soon Avould he over Avith.” N saai - Yo,rlc, Mai-ch 20— ‘Tlxe fir.st d a y of trial of T ex Rlekarcl, oharged Avith crim ina‘1 a s s a u lt upon a lO-yi^ear old girl, ended sen s a tion a lty AA-hen R icka.rd’s bail bond o f §25,00.0 AAms ordered can c e lled b y th e Suprem e Ju s tice and th e fight proan'oter AA^as rem a n d e d to th e T o m b s for th e dura­ tion of th e ti-ial. R ickard sa t in a cell IMouday night. S of th e 12 jm-ynnon had been s e l ­ ected Avhen the session adjourned and the jury Avas locked up and k e p t u n ­ der guard. T h e eig h t aiten chosen Avere th e r e u p o n sent to a h o tel Avhioh w ill b e their hgadquaa-ter.s u n til the trial ends. K e r m it Ro.oseveilt m a y T)o called by- the defen se as a ch a r a c ter witiAess for R ickard, it Avas indicated by the etpestions ask e d o f .talism e n . NOT AWARE HiS GAR STRUGKOTTLEGIRL H e len H a r t, th e little State street girl injured Sunday- Avhen stru c k by an au tom o b ile, is doing n icety in the C ity H o s p ital. M o n d a y m o r n ing, W il­ liam. Sm ithux-st o f StottA-ille, AA-as in C ity Court and said th a t th e reason h e did n o t sto p or report th e a c c i- den, w a s th a t h e did n o t k n o w h e had stru c k th e girl. H e said if she AA-as stru c k it m u s t h a v e been by th e rear h u b - c a p and h e A\-as not aAA-are o f this, a s h e heard no cries and saAA- no com m o tion . H e agreed to settle all dam a g e s, and th e p a r e n ts of the girl Avouid not p r e ss any charge a.,u in s t the m a n . THIRD MURDER IN LESS THAN 3 MONTHS IN BINGHAMTON B in g h a m t o n , M a r ch 20— T h e third m u r d e r in less th a n tliree m onth.s occurred in th is city last n igh t Avhen L u g i G e n tile, 33 years old, Avas fou n d sh o t and stabbed to d e a th in th e back room of a cafe a fter a fracas in th e Italian quarter of th e city. In the au tom o b ile of Tony- A g r icola, Avho attem p ted to flee from th e scen e of th e m u r d e r , a sh o tgu n , large dagger an d sevei-al otlier w e a p o n s w e r e found. T h e police believe th e r e is a connection hetAA-een the pre.sent m u r ­ der and tile crim e for w h ich Harx-y t'..>‘fmello is noAV being tried, charged iUi m u r d e r in th e first degree in k illin g A n tonio F iatto, Jan u a r y 4, and suspect th e Avork of the Cam orra. ANTI-RENT LAW UPHELD, W ashingt^gg-fM a rch 20— T h e an ti- rent profftoering- and h o u s in g laAvs of N cav Y o r k Avere up h e ld by th e Su ­ p r e m e Court today-. T h e court a f ­ firm ed a d e c ision o f th e N cav Y o rk cou r ts in a case brought again s t th e E d g a r A. X.evy T^easing C o m p a n y hv Jerom e Siegel, a tenant. W h e n h is rent AA'as jum p e d from §1,450 to §2,- ICO a year. Siegel refused to pay and Avent to court, con ten d in g th a t the in c r e a s e Avas oppressiA-e. T h e H e w Yox-k S tate court.s Aipheld h is con ten tion s and sustain e d th e vaiidity- of th e a n ti-ren t profiteering statu te. T h e decision; algo covered th e su it b r o u g h t by- th e corporation OAvning th e ap a r tm e n t a t SIO W e st E n d aA-e- nue, N gaa - Y o r k city, a g a in s t H e n r y Stearns, a ten a n t. BERMAN WINS. N cav ' Y o rk, M arch 20— J o e B e r m a ’i C h icago Avon th e d e c is ion over M idget Sm ith o f N cav Y o r k in M a d i- Square G a r d en Monday- night. Sm itli Avas regarded a.s th e boy aa -1 io AA-ould diA-orce Johnny- B u ff from the bantaniAveight ch a m p ion s h ip of the Avorld. S m ith ' Avas forced to break ground contim u xllj' after th e in figh t- WILL TALK ON DANTE AT THE CITY HALL A lectu r e AA-iil be given a t th e City- H a ll on M o n d a y n ight, M a rch 27, by D r Conde B. F a llen of Neyv Y o r k city, Avho AA-ill talk on “D a n t e .” T h e lectu r e is given undqr th e au s p ices of H u d s o n C o u n cil, Ivnights of C o lum ­ bus, aiAd th e p u b lic is invited to a t - SAILS FOR PARIS TODAY. M iss H e len H a r d e r of ICinderhook, form e r ly o f H u d son, Avill sail from N gav Y o r k City- to d a y on the stea m - •ship “A c q u a tan ia” for Fai-is. She Avill spend some time abroad. ANNIUl “IRISH NIGNT” PROmENJOYES Vocal Selections and Recita­ tions Given by the Catholic Daughters of America. Court Columhia, N o . 248. C a tholic r>augixtei's o f A m e r ica, celein'ated its annual “Irish N ig h t ” at IC. o f C. h a ll last night, p r e s e n t in g a program th a t Avas one of the be.st of its kind e\'er offered. It A\-as givexi under th e direc­ tion o f the le c t u r e r , Mr.s E lizab e th l\)elaney and h e r eon im ittee and Avas a success from start to finish. A fter a foAv Avell chosen Avords of AA-elcomc by V ice G rand Ivegnnt K a thei-ine Fit'/.gerald, Avho acted in the ah.sence o f Gx’and R e g e n t Mary- H. McCaine, Ifrs Dolane.v introduced an em b ryo m e m b e r of the order, iMi.o.s L e tty F ig o Avho sa n g very .sweetl.y-, “Do You H e a r Me C a lling Y o u .” iVIi.-.s E igo received h e a r ty applxiuse and co m ­ m e n d a tion. A recitation by M iss A n - a.stacixi Shay, “The C eltic C ross,” Avas given in fine sty le and plea.sed all. St M a ry's ((uartet, com p o sed of Ml'S .John M a c D o n a ld, M iss B e a trice Soules and. M essrs M l J. M cCune and D a v id M c N a m a r a rendered th e old Irish faA-orite “C om e B a c k To E r in ,” th e ir A-oices b e in g heard to excellen t advantage. T h e quartet Avas folloAved by tAvo xTiezzo-sopi-ano so los by- M iss B e a trice Soules, “B a r n e y M a c C r a c k e n ” and “iMy G ah\-ay R o s e ,” Avith Avhich M iss Soules delig’hted h e r audience. -fhe first son g Avas Avritten by R o b e r t H u n tin g ton ’I’erry. Y /illiam ' J. M eCune gaA'e tAvo old Irish favorites, “’Phe M instrel B o y ” and “D a n n y B o y ,” in both of AVluch his ba.ss voice Avas ixeard to good ad ­ van tage. F o r encore a gave a rol­ lick in g .song, “M r L ittle G irl.” “K illarn e y ” and “T h e ICerry D a n c e ,” tAvo nu m liers AVithout A\-hich no Irish iirogram Avould be conxplete, Avere beautifully- su n g by M rs John M a c D o n a ld, Avho also gave as encore th e \Irish L o v e Song.” DaA-id M a c N a m a r a ’s ten o r solo, “T h a t Old Irish M othei- of M ine,” AA-as .splendidly gh-en and a jolly song “H ip p ity H o p ” Avas th e h it of th e eA-ening. -The quartet then.sang’ “BeliCA-e Me If ■ A ll T h o s e E n d e a r in g Y o u n g C h a r m s ,” a Avell-loA-ed Irish song, and sin g in g of “T h e Star Spangled B a n ­ n e r ” by th e aud ien c e brought 'to a close a program th a t Avas m.ost p lea s ­ in g in GA-ery Avay. HARDING ORDERS ALL AMERIGAN TROOPS HOME FROM RHINE W a s h in g ton , M a r ch 20.— P r e s id e n t H a r d in g h a s d irected return o f all A m e i'ican troops from • G erm a n y , S e c ­ retary of. W a r AVeeks an n o u n c e d to ­ day. T h e A m e r ican fo r c e s aa 'III be g r a d u a lly AvithdraAvn a t th e px-esent rate u n til th e y are a ll b r o u g h t hom e . T h e la s t con tin g e n ts AVill be back in th is c o u h t iy by th e end of th e fisca l year, o f b e fore .Tuly 1. Secretary of AVar Weeks, in a fo r ­ mal statement declared that the grad­ ual Avitlidrawal o f th e Am erican'tx-oop noAv being carried out will be con­ tin u e d u n til th e en tire force h a s p e e n retvfrned. At present. Weeks esti­ mated, there are about 4,000 American tx-oops on th e R h in e . W e e k s stated that the ordering of the evacu^ion h a s no connection AVith the provision in th e p e n d in g arm y appropx-iation bill lim iting th forces in E u r o p e DUTCH ARMS HOLDS A “SING” MEETING UNREST GAINS IN MEXICAN STATE Ousted Governor Said to be Planning Establishment of a New Government. Tiiere AA-as a large a tten d a n c e at the D u tch A r m s m e e tin g a t C laver- ack la s t evening’. T h e program \A-as given over to m u sic and sin g in g and* ; th e first “.sing” th e A r m s m e m ­ bers haA-e enjoyed. F in ley ’s o r c h e s ­ tra furn ish e d th e m u sic and th e A m - ei’ican L e g ion qu a r tet of H u d s o n , com p o sed of H a r o ld Macy-, G ilbert BdAvards, Harry Bannister and G rant E itlem a n , rendex-ed a n u m b e r of se ­ lection s . T h e r e Avere also individual solos. A featu r e of th e n igh t AvaS the sin g in g o f old and ncA\- son g s by- all the m e m b e r s. R e fresh m e n ts Avere enjoyed. RETAIL HARDWARE DEPT. SOLD OUT T h e C o lum b ia M ill Supply Co., Inc., h a s sold ou t its entire retail hardA\-arc d e p a r tm e n t to a B o s ton concern. lioAA-eyei’, th e C o lum b ia M ill Supply Co. AA-ill con tin u e th e Avhoietalc m ill and commissioiA busin e s s ixAore stron g ly th a n ever and th is concern con tem p lates en g a g in g an o tlier road m an, and to carry- .stoclc for im m e ­ diate sh ip m e n ts in A\-arehouses only-. T h e pei’son n e l of th e C o lum b ia M ill Supply Co., Inc., rem a in s th e sam e. U n til fu r t h e r n o tice th e ir headquar- tex's Avlll be a t th e sam e addi-ess, 610 AAkti’i’en street. TODAY IS FIRST DAY OF SPRING M iss Spring, ju v e n ile of th e se a ­ son s and a fat’orite Avith th e poets, steps into th e .picture at 4:49 a. m. this m o r n ing, w h ile old m a n W inter, crusty- and hardboiled, does' a fad e - out. G e n e r a lly fair Aveather Avill greet sp r in g in th e territory east o f ^ t h e . M ississippi, accord in g to the Aveather bux’eau forecast. T h e r e w ill be a lit­ tle rain in som e portions. M exico City. lATareh 20.— T h e s i t u a ­ tion in th e State of Jalisco is groAA-- ing- grave in consequence o f th e a t t i ­ tude o f form e r G o \’ernor B a s ilio V a - dillo, Avho AA-as unseated recen t ly by th e local legi.slature becau s e of alleged irregu larities in o ffice. D e p u ty A n t o ­ nio V a ledez R a m irez Avas named gov­ ernor b y th e local legislatu r e , w h o se action Avas recogni-zed by th e federal governm e n t. S e n o f t'’'adiIlo x'efuses to recognize th e leg isla t u r e ’s deci.sion and is said to be p lan n in g ostab lish p ien t of a x sta t e govornm e n t. Hi.s/ follow e r s are lep o r t e d a s considerably^ agitated and are said to be organ izin g arm e d units. Gen. P. E lia s C’alles, ch ief of the cabinet, hcis issued a statem e n t d e c lar­ ing th e question is local to Jalisco and that th e fed e r a l g o v e r n m e n t Avill not intei’vene. -Phe feclex'al forces m Jalisco, h o w e v e r , h a v e been instiaict- ed to rem a in in read in e s s to act, if neces.sary-, in su p p o r t in g th e new gov- Senor V a c illo is a m eixiber of the FavU d o L iberal C o n s titiicionalista, and th e third governor o f a M exican state to be ousted from o f f ice by local le g ­ islatu r e s AA-ithin a sh o r t period. WOMAN’S CLUB NOTES Nature Ixccuirc on Wednesday Aftcr- T h e n e x t calendar even t AAdll be at the D. A. R. auditorium , tomorroAV afternioon, Max’ch 2 2, at 3 o’clock. T h e leaturer \A-ill be Iby Dr. J o h n B. M ay, a niaturalist, w h o s e sutojeot w ill be \Birds' B e a s ts and B lossom s ,” and w h o com e s to u s h ig h ly recoimimended 'by- W o m a n ’s clutos, bird clulbs of \Ver­ m o n t, land N e w Plamlp'shiire an d p a s ­ to r s of churohes. One clergym a n dtates th a t Dr. M a y delivered; h is a d ­ dress to 1,100 Of h i s oongreglation a il o f . w h o m Avei'e chlanmdft w ith Iris b e a u t if u l lecture. Hiis lectu r e is i l ­ lu s trated by W .onderful colored smiles, som e o f th e m ta k e n fro m life and others fro m p ictu r e s toy th e Wotffd’s g’reatest artists. D r . M a y is a great loA-er 'o f nature a n d h e knoAVs his su'bjeot in t im a t e ly. Pie tell;? th e nam e s of th e b r ig h t colored yitailbleriS and the du lL h u e d silver v.ojced sparrow ; he giA-es th e sou n d s of th e bii-ds in th e \A-oodilan'ds, th e cajll o f th e loon across th e lak e at ‘m id n igh t; h e tells AA-here the bii*ds hide th e ir n e s ts; h o w th e p'orcuipine an d w o d d p u s s ies de­ fend th e m s e lves; Avhy the ru ffled gx'ouse and w h it e rolbbit Avear sn o w - sh o e s ; hoAV th e fly in g squirrels fly and th e ju m p in g m ice jum p , and m a n y other thing’s intea-esting to lov­ ers o f nature study-. G u e s t s tick e t s m a y be purch a s e d a s u.sual of Mrs R a y T. D a tes a n d ‘also a t th e door th e aftern o o n of th e lecture. WILL MOVE TO SEND THE TREATY BACK W a s h in g ton , M a rch 20— Senator Shields, D e m o c r a t, of T e n n e s see, to - morroAV avx U ask th e S e n a te to send four-pow e r P a c if ic trea t y back to the F o r e ign R e la tio n s C o m m ittee. T h e ad m inistration, S h ield s contends, is not fu r n ish in g sufficient in form a tion about th e treaties and w h a t th e p a c t m e a n s. T h e A-ote on h is p r o p o s a l w ill fu r n ish a definite in d e x of th e Senate allaign m e n t . R e p u b lican le a d ­ ers are confident th a t th e m o tion w ill be d e feated. S a le W a s M o s t S u c c e s s fu l. -T h e cake and fo o d sa le h e ld by th e M iiniieipal depa-rtm ent o f th e W o ­ m a n ’s clulb Sa.tui’day a t th e Chamiber of Ciomimei'ce room s w a s a splen d id su c c e s s and $40 Avas cleared. T h e safe Avas so AA-ell patronized th a t m u c h ni.ore good ies could h a v e been sold. T h e Classes in S^iwinig and cooking, etc,, are b e in g w e l l attended. In the coolding class, a lo n e th e r e are fitfty imemlbers.' T h e y are a fine class o f womeix and girls AVho take' a AVondei’- fuL in terest in th e w o r k and it is a ■pleasure for th e in s tru c tors to co n ­ duct those classes. JOSEPH H. LEGGETT DEMI AT TROY W o r d Avas received in Pludson S u n . day- o f th e death o f Joseph A. L e g ­ gett, at h is h o m e in -Troy-. T h e de­ ceased, AAiho AA-as quite AA-ell knoAvn in H u d son, w a s F r e s id e n t o.f John L e g ­ g e t t & Son, Avho have a large papex\ box factory Were. 'li'Ii’ L e g g e tt pa-ssed awa.yr lat his h'ome a t 4 o’clo c k Sunday m o r n ing. T h e deceased w h ile very prom in e n t in business, Was also eq u a l­ ly pirom inent in M a sonic and B. P. O. E. oiroles. B e a t U p Motlier-In-LaAA’. A k r o n , O., M a rch 20— ^ilrs T h e r e sa A n g ler, SS, is in city- h o s p ital in a critical condition suffering from h a tch e t Avounds in the head and her son-in-laAA-, xilois B o e g lin, 72, is u n ­ der arre.st in C u y a h e g a F a lls. N o fo r ­ m a l ch a r g e h a s been prefei-red again s t h im p e n d in g th e ou tcom e of the aged Avoman’s injuries. H e r re­ covery is doubtful. M rs M a ry B o e g ­ lin said her husband o ’o jected to be­ ing called to an early- breakfast. H e used his fists on the Avife and a s s a u lt ­ ed his m o th e r - in - la w Avith t h e h a t c h e t Avhen sh e interfered, p o lice say. InACstigating Story. INiinneapolis, M arch 2i0— Fioy-d B. Olson, H e n n eipin cou n t y attorn e y , to ­ day AvLll b e g in a n iiw e s t ig a t io n of a s ­ sertio n s \by E . F. Linderg.i’en, a ip.ri- yate detectlh-e, th a t h e had estaiblisto- ed th e id e n t it y o f a Avoman sla in in an un ten a u ted h o d s e on M a y 26, 1920, as F lo s s ie M oTuenie, an actress of NeAA- Y o r k . TraA'cling B a g Stolen. T h e H u d s o n police and the NeA\- Y o rk C e n tral officials are seek in g the m a n Avho on Sunday- n ig h t “lifte d ” the traA-eling b a g o f J. E . E llm a n , of ReA-ere B e a c h , M a ss., in th e H u d son ^depot. T h e b a g contained personal belon g in g s and M r Ellmail’s bank MRS ENSI8N RETS CHECK FOR S42,29U7 Travelers’ Insurance Co. Pays Policies With Interest So Long Contested m Courts. R e p r e s e n tattyes from th e o ffice of R o s e n b e r g , H e rsberg, D u g a n an.l Haiiiig, attorneys for T h e Traveiller.s In s u r a n c e Oo., on M o n d a y delivered to 'Mark D u n tz, attiorney fo r M rs ICatherine D. E n s ign , a check for $42,296.87, in p a y m e n t of th i’ee ju d g ­ m e n t s ''recovered agaiinst T h e T r a v ­ ellers Insunaruce Co., in th e Suprem e Court. T h e se ju d g m e n t s w e r e aiffi; ed la t e r by th e A p p e llate DiAdsion, T h ird Departm en't of t h e Cburt of A p - T h is i.s one of th e largest verdicts secured in .this cou n ty anid com p r is e s th e fa c e A-a^lue and in t e r e s t on in s u r ­ a n c e piolicies held' ‘by M rs E n s ign on th e life o f her husfband, Ediwin E n ­ sign, whlo periished in th e fire th a t destroyed th e E n s ig n su m m e r cottage a t L a k e C h a r lotte in th e la t e fa l l of T h e TmA-ellers In su r a n c e Co., oon- te'slted th a t EdW in E n s ign had' died in th e fire a n d su it w a s b r o u g h t in th e Suprem e Court .here a n d M r s E n ­ sig n given a verd ict b y a jury. T h is w a s appealed by- th e attorn e y s fo r th e insurance complany, u n t il th e ju d g - im'ent AVas .fin a lly oonifirm ed by th e h ig h e s t com ’it in th e State. W ith Judge D u n tz dux’ing- th e lo n g Qitigatlion Avias assiooiated Judge John L. Orandell, and th e case AVas s u c c e s s ­ fu lly h a n d led a t every stage of th e lon g leg a l f i g h t extending over a i>er- iod o f th r e e yeat’s. The President Stands Pat on Sales Tax— Fails to Make Any Recommendation. W a s h in g ton , M a r c h 20— P r e s id e n t H a r d in g told R e p u b lican H o u s e lea d - ' e r s tod a y th a t in \-iew of exp r e s s ion s on th e sold iers’ b o n u s h e h a d p r e ­ v iou s ly m a d e , h e did not th in k it es­ sen tia l to offer an y recom m e n d a tion at thi.s tim e . RepresentatiA-e M o n d e ll o f W y-om - ing, AA-ho h e a d e d th e H o u s e d e leg a ­ tion, m a d e th is an n o u n c e m e n t in a form a l sta tem e n t and added orally th a t it w a s th e plan to go ah e a d w ith ih e com p r o m ise bill as reco m m e n d e d by th e W a y s an d M e a n s C o m m ittee. P r e s id e n t H a r d in g h a d th r e e se p ­ arate. en g a g e m e n t s tod a y w ith H o u s e m e m b e r s to d iscu s s th e bon u s ques­ tion. H e AA-aS in co n feren c e first w ith R e p u b lican leaders, w h o h o p e d to ob­ tain execu t ive approval of th e ir p lan to put th r o u g h th e com p r o m ise bon u s bill w ith th e ban k loan p r o v is ion. L a ter th e P r e s id e n t saAV Sp e a k e r G illette w ith w h o m rested th e d e c i­ sion as to a susp e n s ion of th e ru les for action on th e bill today. F o llo w ­ in g th e speaker R ,epresentate L in e - berger of C a lifornia, a form e r service m an; w a s on th e W h ite- H o u s e e n ­ gagem e n t list, M r L ineberger re.cent- ly circulated a p e tition for a co n f e r - \ence of H o u s e R e p u b lican s for T u e s ­ day n igh t to th r a s h out th e w h o le bonus question. H e h a s obtained th e necessary- num b e r of sign a tu r e s 'to ssure a con ­ feren c e call, but is deferrin g presen t ­ ation o f . th e p e tition to C h a ir m a n T o w n e r of th e R e p u b lican H o u s e con ­ feren c e , in th e h o p e th a t th e situ a ­ tio n can be ironed ou t AVithout a gen ­ eral m e e ting. H o u s e lead e r s ca llin g on th e P r e s i ­ dent w e r e R e p r e s e n tath -e M o n d ell, W y o m in g ; C h a irm a n Fordney-, of th e W a y s and M e a n s C o m m ittee; C h a ir­ m a n C a m p b e ll, of th e R u le s C o m m it­ tee; C h a irm a n F e s s , of th e R e p u b li­ can C o n g r e s sional C o m m ittee; C h a ir­ m a n ToAvner, o f th e p a r ty con fer­ ence; R e p r e s e n t a t iv e L o n g w o r th of Ohio, a m e m b e r of both th e ViTaya and M e a n s and R e p u b lican S teerin g C o m m ittees, a n d R e p r e s e n tative- M ann of Illinois. T h e se gave th e P r e s id e n t first-hand inform a tion a s to d e v e lop ­ m e n ts in th e bonus situ a tion w h il e N gav H a v e n , Conn., M a rch 20— ^The .^^as in Florida, and also exp lain e d state convention o f th e A m e r ican A s- controverted bank loan provision..- socia tlo n fo r th e R e c o g n ition of th e ' .T Irish R o p u M ic AVas h e ld here yester­ day. ■ T h e R ga -. .M ichael J. O’F la n a - - ■gan, vice-p r e s id e n t oii th e D a il E ire- ann, yvfas the principal speaker. M a y ­ or Fitzg-Gra-ld: w e lcom e d th e delegates. Sim o n C r e h a n o f B r id g e p o it w a s re- eleo'ted sta t e presid e n t of th e a s s o c ia ­ tion, and other officers ch o s e n .AA-ere; F ir s t v ice-p r e s id e n t, iVIiss E d n a ,M. R u r tell, Har-tfoild; second Vice-ipi'esi- dent, P . J. H o g a n , Meridan; th ird vice-.presidienit. M iss A g n e s Nellig'an, AVillimiantic; treasurer, T. J. Sullivan, NeW H a v e n , Res'blutions. Aviere 'adopted on vari­ ous sutoipeicts a s follow s : 'D e c laring a g a in s t th e fou r -p o w e r IRISH CONFERENCE HELD IN NEW HAVEN Pa'ciflo treaty; requestirig' th e release o f Jam e s Larkiin fro m prison; p led g ­ ing’ continued; s u p p o r t to th e Irish re- puibai'c; eou g r a t u latin g th e m e m b e r s o f th e D a il E ireann, “w h o stood by.' •their c'omddtions in the recen t crisis” a t t a c k in g “B r itish propagandists” a l ­ leged to haAm caused ch a n g e s in Aim- erlcan h istory teXt toPoks-; extending “hearty symipathy^ and assurance o f ' b o n u s b ill thru th e H o u s e \with i h e y took up also Avith Mr H a r d ing, th e question o f AAffiether it w a s a d - Adsabie to p a ss th e bill under a su s ­ pen s ion s of th e rules, Avhieh Awouldi cu t off a ll am e n d m e n ts and preclude, an y m o tion to recom m it th e bill. T h e form a l sta tem e n t issu e d by- Mr M o n d e ll after th e conference- AAdiicli lasted a lm o s t tw o h o u r s fo l - “T h e leglslatiA'e situ a tion relating, to the bonus bill, w a s fu lly p r e s e n t­ ed to th e P r e s id e n t, With d e tailed e x ­ p lanation o f th e provisions Avhich re- moA’e th e m e n a c e of excessive di'afts- on th e treasu r y in th e im m e d iate fu - ,ture and avoid any . programme of added taxation. The President Went over th e en tire situ a tion w ith an a p - prais«cl of co m m itm e n ts m a d e. He- adA’ised th e com m ittee th a t th e legis­ lation is a re s p o n s ib iU ty of C o n g ress,, a n d in vieAV of exp r e s s ion s previously- m a d e , h e did not th in k it essen t ia l to offer an y recom m e n d a tion .” Speaker Gillett anno'unced he would n o t en tertain a m o tion to su s p e n d House rules so as to bilt the soldier M a h a n d a s K. G a n d h i and his follOAV- Etriction on debate and Avithout op­ portunity for amendments. A n n o u n c e m e n t of th e sp e a k e r ’s d e ­ cision AA’as m a d e a feAV m o m e n t s b e ­ fore th e H o u s e AA’en t in to session and after conclusion of a ten - m in u te co n ­ feren c e Avith R e p u b lican leaders, m o s t of AA'-hom h a d conferred earlier ivitli P r e s id e n t H a r d ing. B i P o lic e Circles. Officers ParsloAV and R a y n o r last n igh t stopped an au tom o b ile oAvned by a m a n in L ivin g s ton and to o k from it w h a t look s like a “still.” T h is Avas seized and th e m a n w ill be ask e d to explain ab o u t it today. N o arrests Avere m a d e la s t n igh t. .Senator F r a n c e AA'ants a m o tion pie_ Offleer W inslow arrested a colored thi'e m a c h in e in C o n g ress. T h e y ll get m a n , D a v id T erry, la s t n igh t on com - | a good coAuedy from th e fu n n y m o - p lain t of his AAdfe. - 'lio n s th a t pass. Officer S ingle-Handed Takes Big “Booze” C ar /- W ith h is revotyer in th e ribs of the chauffeur and a sharp eye on his com p a n ion. P a trolm a n T h a d d e u s R a y n o r brought doAA’n W a r r e n street to p o lice h e a d q u a r ters a fetv m in u tes after 9 o'clock M o n d a y nig’ht, the biggest “booze car” eA’er ca p g h t in th e net. ! W h e n th e con ten ts of a b ig §9,00t P a c k a r d lim o tisine h a d been u n load ­ ed, and its turn guardians jailed, there Avere som e 350 b o ttles of th e best brands of gen u in e Scotch Avhiskey piled in th e C h ief’s priA-ate office. T h e y Avere all trip le-p a c k e d quart b o t t les of su c h brands a s “W h ite H o r s e ,” “K ilm a r n o c k ” and “D a w s o n ” w h isk e y Avhich is said to com m o n ly bring $15 a quart b o t t le in N cav Y ork circles. ‘P a t r o lm a n R a y n o r , w h o is on .the n ig h t patrol, AA-as just about to board a street car a t P a r k P lace near h is h o m e ab o u t 8:40 o’clock , w h e n th e P a c k a r d lim o u s in e AA-ent by slowly. He obtained a good look in-- to t-;ue rear o f th e car and th e n start- ■ ed to trail it. The m a c h ine' Avas ev i­ dently’ lAot w o r k in g ju s t rig h t and th e chauffeur Avas ap p a r e n tly lo o k in g fo r a garage not too prom inently’ located. It AA’ent oA'er P a r k P la c e a n d up' Cherry’ alley, b e tw e e n W a rren and C o lum h ia street. U p th e a lley th e p a trolm a n Avent after th e car and as it ca m e to a stop he jum p e d on. th e ru n n in g board AA’itii h is re\?ol\’er ready for action. Just- as h e did one of th e ti-io jum p e d and ra n and h a s since- d is­ appeared. T h e other tw o Avere taken in cu s t o r y an d brought c I oaayi - ’ th e street to hcadquartei-s. T h e r e th e m e n gaA’e th e n a m e s o f T h o m a s P e n d r ick of Saratoga and A r th u r K n o ll of N gav Y o rk. A load e d 45 C o lt au t o m a t ic revolver Avas fou n d in th e car. Officer R a y n o r charges. T h e m e n after b e in g questioned, toy^ A c tin g C h ief S a g e r a n d Sergean t C o n n o r s Avere com m -itted to ja i l fo r th e night. It AA-as ru m o r e d th a t P a ­ trolm a n R a y n o r h a d -b.ebn offei'ed §2,000 by one man to .theia go.” 1 ■

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