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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
Abolish Private Stands
and Independent Taxi
Men Will Reduce Rates
Their Association Willing to Charge 30 Cents
a Mile if Given the Privilege of Taking
Fares at the Hotels.
Ths In1i"in1nt Tul Owners'
hundred inenbr hare mado the
board of Alderman, who arc no
Where. The Hvenlng TVnrM r)
been eomtantljr agitating ! " rVi
Hon of ratM for tajiloabe In the rtty
of New York, and In com tnatannea
advocating tha abollahment of "pe
eial" hack atanda at the h-.- In
a Id oiiy; end.
Whereaa. Th omr of the (:
rata, out and all. wall know ihat
he high rataa at whtrti tasleabe
aww furnished ao the PuMsO la daa
olly to th haavjr demand mad
br th hotal man and other (or th
ua of th. public hlghwaya at said
"apaolal" haete atanda; b It
Resolved, By th Egocutlve Cosn-
WllUe Of Ul INDKPKMiKNT
TAXI OWMBW ASSOCIATION,
that th. fUduoed Itatea of Far."
(fifty rent for rhe flrft mile and
forty rente far erh wile thrafteri,
which have been In fore on all th"
taxloati of member of tnla aaaocla-
Association, comprising mora than a
follnwlim n-aolutlona u submit to tho
considering the ordinance re u latin
tare nrnl not required under ih- rr-ent
But In order to rreata a halttf In itirm
hv th nuhllr they have willingly ilorw,
thl. That aaemUsgly ttiMr nl.ina liav
met Willi i "-- wae avtdmred at tin
laat ptMIr harltig. heUI Aug. 17. when
3ilef Inapertor of Taxlratie Dronnnn
wee aaked lha quertlon Have there
hoen anr complaint flted that you know
of for everrhargn or mlscolurt on the
part of I. T. O. A ? ' Ill gnawer nil:
"1 oannot recall on."
Then tha queetlun wa aaked, "no
ymt think lhy have made an honeat
attempt to control thalr aawoc latlnn In
a graierat way?" lie anw.-red. "I r'ally
think thev have. I am very imioti
ptraaed with It."
Alao, the man prodnead avtdanea
a tha heartaf that the jr are all ma
lag a fair ret era la tbtr baataa
ea wr aaaalafly aatlaflad with
their haalae. Th feet that aeh
man la aadar tha npiae of owning
hi ovra aar . aa paylna for It aad
that only ha via- tha puhll place
to ply for hlr aad yat being abl to
run t a lower rat tha th com
pan la would maka It a am that tha
publlo would haatSt with mor or
ganisation of thla natur.
Therefore that thty h'Ve ml the
abov,- raaolutlon to even luaer Ih.lr
prant tarirf. which I HOW lea thai,
that of other nmnatil, a, to a etr:g;i
HI) oent rt per mile, would eeem to
preeent th tuaatlnn Why rn't com
panies whoe economic prlnclpl" for
wnrklng In larger ngura not admit of
a elmllar rat to tha ras'ilMng good of
No doubt III Aldetllfli Will rnnaMnr
thla rSSfllUtlOg In thiit llfht when It la
preaented to them.
CARNEGIE IS 77 TO-DAY;
WILL GIVE DINNER TO
18 FRIENDS TO-NIGHT
CANNOT CONVICT ETTOR
OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER.
Judfl Tells Jury Neither He nor
Ginvannitti Can Ik Sent toCh;iir
for LlwTtlM Killing.
RAI.KM, Me. Nov. a.-Joaaph .1.
El lor ntvl Arturo 'Slovantilttt, who tin
d that IHey bt aent to the electric chair
If found anility of the murder of Anna
Isipliao In the I.awrnc teitll atrlke.
rantiot ha eonvlctod of murder In th
llret ilfgrn- .tudg gulnn. In charging
tha Jury to-day. ejav tha Instruction
that th evidence Ui th nit did not
warrant a Drat d agree verdlat If (ullty
rhe verdlrt, he aald, muat b ee on. I
Oaruao may h found aunty nt Aral
degree murder, hut nona of tha de
fendant unlar the form of She Indlut
ment rould ba adjudged guilty of man-alnughtrr.
Otherwise His Birthday VVi!
Be Spent Quietly at Fifth
Andrew f irnelle tl venty-ven vrar
old to-dv end. d-n!te th high 001 of
llvlnl, he can afford to alv a dinner
to elirhteen of hi cloeeet frlenla thla
verJn without havlna to curtail any
of hie peraonal comfort for th reel of
the week. Al'le from the dlnnf, which
will he epread at th t'arnekl ham,
Ninety-0rt tret and Klfth avenue, the
day will b apent qulatly.
Ilarlnc tha morning Mr. Carnaala li
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Childrtn.
The Kind You Hm Always Bought
I dcyr.t.nf hi t elf tn nutte"" attendant I
ni'in hla irtnffaf of i i.tDP.OTO ,:i jeeur.-j
tle to the C irnealr Oaaatatln of NewJ
Vork, whlr'i le t' have rhae of .ill,
t'i" atari mX''te' phlUUtroptaa, Mr. I
innriilc ... hiixioii to let the burden
nl'tel a auon aa poUlMa, he eaye.
After lunr.licun hr will prrnl an hOVJI
or eo In the gatden, of hie homo with
'i -I i . q n noi ne soma t:mc 'i
(inveed till to lha I'lfth avenue rel
d' nre. At the diMtf In th tVNtn
.Mr CatTanTIa will bt Nattd at one end
of a Ion tnblr and Mr." Carnatl at th
other. Tlla clihtcen Ini'lted gueata will i
lie ranged in riiher eld". ) hcr will tie I
ntlai4 in' lud.n- organ aoloa.
Mr. i'rneale'a blrtuday, It waa an 11
at h!e bomai Rfldl hllfl In excellent he.ilth
and with the rnpolutlon to raina.n en by
avoMlrkfl any efforts that will tax hi
tr-m.ndon oaflfftatlsnl on the plat-
forma, An uyht on all the ta
atatfarmi in Broaklyn wrnl out ni nm
lanaotMljr and !t wji rte minute he
foi e the first dimmer of the
Tit iresa on the pint forma at the
Ilatbu-h avanua tertnln.il becflltia mo
great Inimtdlnlrly utter the MowoOt
that In til. darkneaa thafi wee dHnfer
of the peop'e neHret toe track bet raj
tiueli. il onto Ihe third rail I'ln illy
pollremen inn(.d lo atop the Inllux
or i isomer anil Ihll dinger waa
nurlroT the rest of the t uh honr on
one track at the terminal could lie
LIGHTS OUT IN SUBWAY ;
PASSENGERS IN PANIC.
Brooklyn Mitfornts Dingtrously
Ovtrcrowdld Until Pollci
The blowing out of a fuae In a aiihuay
train Ju.st it ajrtw into tuc natatiah
avenue terminal In llrook: n during
the height of the ruah hour et s o il k
to-day rqneed momentary panic and
tied and the train, running on re
ilin ed headway, aer iincoinfortab'y
TRIPLETS. BUT BY STAGES.
OHtCAQO N'ov K -Mrs. hi V Orant
i. it. w fe of a laboier, Seoame th
IfaMgar of a son Wednesday night
OrantOMl tarted to celebrat. Friday
Rig I another i 1 1 1 . i waa horn again a
in Tula ami -d tlratitout on. Last
nlghi hi returned bona re.idy to art
hOOt to the twins. He was knocked off I
la feet ivlum lie discovered that his I
wife bud Just given birth .0 a third ,
hoy. All are doing wall.
The mother weigh ton pound
Do ffcrf Delay -
ease dtsi nrtly fem n n-. 3
S ynu ought aU onxaArlag 3
I (oy.uraiaTr. Tlj JS
Dr. Pierfs Faroritf ftmniAm
S It irli dirrtlr on th S
S .a .1 I a.aa.M
oraatrtaj alH'i iru auu luair aajj
Atk Yr Drurr-t
re easily relieved by
Scott' EmuUiorx. and it
-doe more trengthent
the lung and upbuild the
body to prevent aickneaa.
E. REGBNSBURG & SONS,
Havana Cigar Manufacturers,
annnnnce the opening of their
New Offices and Salesroom
at 47 West 34!b Street (MarfcrMge Buildiflg)
on Monday, November Twenty-fifth,
Nineteen hundred and twelve.
Tl.. WMMl liirrloy.
tlon lnce May I. U1I, be. and hereby
are. reduoed to THIRTT CEVVTS
PKR MIL.D, without limitation or
condition, to take affart aa baraaiter
provided: and ha It furthar
Reaolrd. That aald reduction to
THIRTT CE.NTe! PEK MIL.C ba ef
fect Iva forthwith upon tha dar that
the Hoard of Aldarmen alxillrh th
unfair nrdlnaneca now ex tiling,
which cretd eurh "apaolal" hark
tand. nd maka all "apaolal" haok
atanda "public" hack -tends. In ad
dition to tha public hack atanda now
designated by tha fade of Ordl
nancei. M. J. Blltn, Chairman.
OHAHT.BS AfUf AND. Aecretarr,
EDWIN a. OOODWIN, Traaaairor.
K K'HABI, B HTmLIIT..
Thatr plan of orgmnHatlon ata forth:
'It la th latanOon of th I. T. O. A.
to ajva tttatr faraa aha lowaat paaalbla
rataa, aad to bring th tasleab rataa
within the raaCh of ovary ona, and not
to oak a inirry but a common mod J
of conveyance, and with tho help of
th public we will no doubt max thla
THflR SYSTEM OF DISCIPLINE
FOR A STANDARD.
Thoy have Inaugurated a ayatom of
dlariallna for maintaining a aiandard In
trytag to build up tha orgaalaaMon.
Rvry member I compellad to 1gn
tka following agraanieiitt
Received of Independr ' Taxi Own
era' Aaaoolatlon two , ..it, oach
baarlng th Initial I. T. O. A. (gloa
a 1 I nana),
aald plate belong to aald aao-
riatlon, ara merely loaned to me
and ara to ba returned by ma to
gold aaaoclatlon upon due demand 4
therefor, which may b rxerclaed at
th election of aald aaeoelatloa upon
any eeaelng to be a member there
of I or, being a member and suspend
ed by It for nveroharge of any pa
linger carried In any tagieab to
ma belonging or by ma uead, and
ajaon which either of aald plate I
afrl xed Falling to return aame I
ear to pay $300 for each not re
turned, unlco excused by resolution
of th aald aaaoclatlon. and I here
by agree that anh of aald platei la
worth ouch rum and aald aaaoola
tlon will be damaged (hat amount
by my failure to return either there
of, and tavloo that amount by my
failure to return both.
EVIDENCE OF SUCCESS OW THEIR
Begtd thla. a card giving th chauf
feur' nam, hi number, hi ear, Ac,
I Sled with t'orrrmlaaloner of Police
Waldo. All of thla la of eouraa volun-
-SAMUEL H. LUMMIS, Receiver in Bankrupt
Noar Sth Ave.
U. S. DISTRICT
At a SttUd Ttrm of the Vntitd Statu DUMct Court tor th Southern DbtHct
of Nim York, htdtt th Polt Office Building M th Borough of eWanAaffavt, on
fA 19th toy of Notmbtr, 1912, Hon. Ltmtd Htnd. District Judge, presiding, tl
ordered that Samuel H. Lummta. Ktxeiver for Th Renard Co. be aothoriaad
end empower to IMMEDIATELY eelt all tho morchandiae of th bankrupt
ccmpanv for th benefit of creditor thereof.
This BONA FIDE, Officially Authorized
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V J under same coirTiiaEowritRSMiPy5iNcr. leasVy
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A Woman Home Coopaaioa Chriat-
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A painting by the famous American artist
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Children ssfl bout The Best Gift I ever
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. newMiaiai aaa II
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