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THE EVENING WOELD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
THROTTLING NEW EHGlANOi
LOUIS BRANDEIS EXPLAINS
Deal With Grand Trunk, Says Great
Railroad Expert, Checked People's
Hope lor Relief, but Harriman
Merger Decision Revives It.
Lout IK llmndria ( llniton, uhnte rfmn lion of the on tunl finan
cial condition ! the fffW liwft, Am- llavcn and Hartford llailroad a
few tra a ai) look tank on a i emn kable work in tuitroad analyilt,
to-dnv concisely outline The Hi cmnn WorM fi- saifn feature
of the Grand Trunk-Sew llairn problem now before the Federal
Grand Jury of thn city- "r. Brandria i the recognised trader of the
JVete England force agaimt the J. P: 1organ.Wtllutm Rockefeller land
and water monopoly, lie xnys:
BY LOUIS D. BRANDEIS.
Th fUMtlmi prnned by the New
Hsvan-iiran.t Trunk incident ! th!:
Th Sew lUveri bail a .iulrd a ub
atantlal monopoly of all trnnnportatlon
la New England, there bcln( only th
ltBJ of tha Bansor and Arooatock In
tka extreme north of Main, and tiie
lice of tha Grand Trunk through Ver
roni. to New London and Tortland.
which were Independently owned. Grad
ually the New Haven had acquired all
of the railroad llnea In Connecticut and
(Ikode inland, and the great Boaton and
Maine ayatein, with Ita aUbaldlary Maine
Caatral Kin ally, even the Boat on and
aUbauiy came under Now Haven control
ty a partnerahlp arrangement between
tha New York Central and tha Now
The New Haven had alen Gradually
acquired practically all ateamshlp llnea
connecting Connecticut, Uhodc lelrend
nd MuKaachuaetta lth New York and
point South, and Interrata which were
gufcatanllally controlling In tha a team -ghlp
llnea to Maine and Canada.
After all thla had been accomplished
tha people of Maasachuaetta and Ithodn
laland be an to reaiilie the evlla of no
aopoly. Tha lack of progrees In trims-
Jortatlon facilltl. followed by actual I
rttioralliatton of the service, and tiltl-
mainly condition, which Imperilled I
travel; tha Incraaaa In rataa and fare-.
and tha arrogant conduct at the New
aiavvn ouie.imn uumiaifif w a-n .
pit of Maaaachuaetta and Rhod 11- I
aad reJls tu Inevitable avila of
monopuly and aeek new avenuea of com-
petition after they had p.'tnilti.-d the
olu onta to he cloied.
WAY OPENED FOR THE GRAND
TRUNK AND COMPETITION.
The Aral alrp waa taken when Ithode
laland paaard the nectaaary leKtalatlon
t enable the Orand Trunk to extend
U line to Providence. Maanachuaef.n
aaaanted. ao far aa the line waa to
raaa through that Stale. Then the
clamor became loud on behalf of the
people of Muaaachuaetta, and particu
larly the bualneaa men rrpreaentetl by
the Boaton Chamber of Commerce and
ttaar trade organliatlona, and aupportt d
BT the membera of the atate Ieglalature,
t save the Orand Trunk extend lla line
la the port of Boaton. The leglalatute
formally Invited the Uiand Trunk olll
ctali to make auch extenalon; and final
ly, against the peralateul oppualtlon of
Ik New Haven, Che neceaaary leglala
tlaa waa paaet'd by Maaaachusettl.
The building of the Urand Trunk ex
tension to l'rovldenco wa diligently
preaaed, and It waa expected Ihe road
would be open for operation during l'.'l
addition, cuntiacta were let for Ike,
conatrurllon of additional Orand Trunk
atcatnera which were to Ball between
lrovldence and New York.
buddcnly on Nov. 11 the public learned
that owing to certain negotiations
which had been conducted between the
New Haven and the Grand Trunk lite
wcrk on th Grand Trunk exlcnalonn
Waa to be Immediately Mopped. The
protest throughout Maaaachuaetla ami
Ithode Inland wna Immediate, and II
waa felt that the New Haven, having
failed to defeat the dtiuund In tie
legislature of the people of both Blalai
for a competitive lyataga, had token
at-tlon nullifying the luwa which had
tieaa passed and defying the paepll I
will oy supprefhlnt; competition through
too creut p'Wcr wnlch the lalltoad
ii'oaopoly, supporteii by the financier a,
posgesses; and Unit partly througl
threats und parity thiuugh valuabb
tonoesslons equivalent to bribery, Uu
liidured the Grand Trunk to auandun
NEW DECISION POINTS WAY TO
While It Is New Unglanfl that l par
lioularly affected b Iha renttlts, It Is
the New York iutetcls, and notubh
those In Wall street, wuu huvu deter
InlneU the dinp.jnl'.luu of affalta.
The Inquiry beunn bu'm- (t , .. .
m tat ruceivt padal laipetui from i .
declalon Just rendaPtd, . lanai the
Harriman merge! id U)s I'uio.i Paclfl
and' stoutbei ii l'a 'iti lines jiien.il. I
will be rememiiered thai President Taf I
In his letter la Noiu.au II WBhV at
Boston, tu tiplaialng the i saaoos for
the withdrawal of Iha i equity foi
In dlsnolutiun of Die melKel lnlwuu
tu New Haven and Ihe Boston ami
Maine, brought in lX by Attorney-aeit-raj
Bouapai ie, stated thai in Mr. Wlck
eraham'a oplnnm Ihe proceeding. A'ould
nut be suslalni I, and a led In Justlflca
tloa of tho course which had been pur
ued Has decision nl th lower dun in
th Bouihein pa ltti-1'iilon I'a in aw
Since that declalon lias now Iteea re
veraed by in. 1 i i i ll seems
probable xi- ' tttorney-Ueneral Wicker
ahaVJB will con lude I .at, even Independ
tally of the Grand Trunk Incldtiit, ad'
auat rcasuiu eklat foi thuninatltutlun
t ptooeedliigs tu Jasolv lu.uieiger.
NEW HAVEN GRAB
UNDER A FEDERAL
Indictments May Bfc Sought
on Facts Learned in
WWW li every likelihood lht Hie !
dn-e helnr t u rn red till week from
l'edrral liiiuid Jury wtl nemei ht-ouuht
here irom all over New avngland an.l
juealloneat by An1nt Attornr.v-t ien
real Jnhf Aalkln. will he used In
rlv,i P' ding to b tbqiiUjr
brought y the kivM'iiinnt aralnat the
New II ivi n mnm,ioly.
AUornr.v-4,rneral H I. krrjiham him r.
r""W t k ror an Injun, lion re.
the New Hav..n and the Grand
J" "it ihHr arranged
twenty-tlve-yner HKreemcnt, the nrlci
f "' ",r Pr,
wnion r.iM diamntlnunnri- by the
t,ri,nd Trunk 0( ,.,,, y
OM Aiuthern New Kiik
"f New linen Uarilllelln
Utoe of the w narr
11 would nut b IMP Hint time that Mr
li kernhitin han lined
flrstid Jury for John hor
Sh.uild l lie ev idence developed be
fore tin. Orand Jurv prOV a crlmlnsl
conspiracy In NMralnl of trad on Ihe
part of eiv Have., .lire. torn. then, of
eonrne. IndleMneiiin might he votetl un
der Die Hhennun Antl-Trunt law." nsld
The Kvenlng World'! Informani, a
high Kodcial osBolal, "Hut this In
merely gtienlng. What ihe Govern
ment want to get hold of are Ihe facts.
Hence the Grand Jury Inquiry.'1
"One theae farts are obtnlned will
they be ue.l In civil or criminal pro
ceedings or Othf" wan linked.
"Thai will ba oViermlnrd when we get
the fa. in. was the reply.
"Then the IHTnnaafllni before the
irand July In not a criminal action
aTahtl thn New Hiiveu?" wan Inslstrd.
"Itatlicr call ll an limulrv," wan the
reply, "let the hltur take care of It
sel!." Great secrecy I smaln talned around
the (rand Jury room, Vice-I'realdrnt K
H. Kits Hugh of Ihe Urand Ti-onk nys
tem was ihe rirnji wltnens t.i go before
the grand Jurors tu-dav. Ills examina
tion was begun yenteril-iy Vic-President
John H. Murdock of the 'Southern
N'. w ICnglnml Itailwav, who In llliode
iHlitnd lawyer for the (Iran. I Trunk, ivan
obrvd satad in the ant-room of ihe
jftand jury chamber, a latter addrad
to him was d. Iiv. r. d, allhouKh he nay
keen within tSB. feet of the mennenger,
who cam from it pecan anocla t Ion.
Mr. Adkiua In helntj attd by Hjnfy
A tinller. who la an naalatant of I'tilted
tat DstrtotAttorny Wine. The wlt-
tlennen or., tieimi aincnlijeil by two
manual afjanta from Mr. Wctewham's
Disc iii WaaMngton, w it Baahavm and
f, r. Smith Bithpnfslsl ore not potraj
out In the usual channel, throuxh th.
1'niled SI, ilen Mirnial. but are bcIlM
rvd under the direction of men from
tnc Dapartnssisl of juaMe.
World Tost" Ad.
Brings Quick Result's
. ,. New Tors. Nor. . 1I2.
New Tori W.ir'.l
. ng r. t l.a t, a - lot swilBlnnc ren.lneel
It u find ttnuf lu 1 ilka town us li
,. la I tlietn.
in. Vte.lur'-tiir. Nit '.'7. lady's tundl.ai
was !tit ! 1 rieti.t ..f niitu An nl. ru in-i-rl-d
iu i -ar imirr ..t. t' jntli. Tht nveu
.tin i giii.lr.ai't leiul.t th bag tut.. ia
uttti win I. i S'smI rr.nrrd fur ' pr.nlta."
agsla tkabtlai ru t.r jr.iur laaiitan.-a, 1
am )uu-j itn' null.
I ' I KANl'IS IdKIAH.
rrlarv llaar PriU and StaUourr Co .
vs M stk at.
If your "l oit and houiul" Ad. 1$
l.-;iitc.l in tlic Morning or Sunday
World it Kfts a circulation in New
Turk City QfaaVtlf than if published
In the Herald, Times, Sun, Tribune
...nd 1'rcsj COMBINED,
JOHN DOE INQUIRY
TO TELEPHONE YOUR
"Lost and Found" Ad.
TO THE WORLD.
Call 4000 Beck man
EVELYN OR HARRY
TO DAVTUIO DIM 9
nil!:' i ni t mi i i i
luini lino l;:l - '
IURY GIVES IT UPj DELAYS24 HOURS
Eight Married Men and FourlKven if She Fails to Sign Ar-1
Hachelors Wrangle for
Hours in Vain.
CANT DEFINE LUXURIES
So Conn 1 UschargCN Them and
OfdCra I New Trial
A nty OViurt Jury of elflit married
and four alngle men hopelesly wrangled
uirtll lt lt night and reported to.
day their Una ilaagreement aa to what
war and ..ii were not l usuries for
Kvelyn N - dt Thavw during the time
Her misband. Harry r. Thaw, waa
awaiting htn aeoond trial for th mur
der of .Stanford While In the Tomb In
The Court dlamlnned th Jury
without comment and flsed the date of
the new ft lal foi Jan. I, IfiU.
The Gorham Company sued Mr. Thaw
for r,C43j) nnrth of good delivered
o her at the Hotel Terrain from u.v
1 to Aug , wm, e1eced by Mr. Thaw
in aeven nam to the nllveramlths. On
the nftnenn aland yesterday the young
woman, bundled In a great black and
whit coat and Inclining to notice. hi.
embonpoint, testified that ehn had re
ceived the article hut ald her h.inh.n
brag reaponalble for the debta.
Among the artMen were two
I'lnn, one that coat til and another H.7:,,
which nhe said were pnmhaed by her
husband aa present for detectives, two
i. 'l.mnn bottle, till), which ah. ..m .h.
never received, a lamp ehnde, ISO; a
leiepnone nook, no. a necklaoe. law. a
motor bag. IT.: an Ink aland seal .'.,.1
a bother Inlt stand, Z1; a prtcher.' (UL
ana mimrroua other artlclea
OID THE JURORS DIVIDE MAR-
RIED MEN VHV BACHELORS?
The Jury debated over the lint of fYiriv.
three article until I. SO o'clock last night
ami men sealed tihelr verdict of dln
agreement. It wna strongly rumored to
day that at ttie finr.h i lirht men stood
for a vrnliol foT the plaintiff mid the
remaining four held that all the articles
wer necabaltlen end an such Thin
should l. made to pay for thetn.
It la not eaiown If the f(P K,.tiPmen
who favored Mrs. Thaw, after her two
hour' teatJrQoay. were the four unmar
The claim wan divided Into three
PO-rls, Tor goods sold and delivered, for
at uiige and for repair. Uiwyer Jullim
lint nbiK-h of No. William i i aat.
duced evidence to how that the article
were purr-raised by Mrs Thaw person
John K. ill', of No. 177U Hmartwuv. for
Mrs. Thaw, ntnied that Ills client would
never have bern granted the credit hud
It not been for the wealth of Thaw,
whose Income at the time was 10,000 a
year, Mr. Thaw testified.
ARE THESE ARTICLES LUX
URIES OR NECESSITIES?
The bill submitted bv the UnH.im e.m.
cern la an .Hows:
May 18-Jn.virf pin, 131 ecnrf pin, ti 7T. ;
bsrette, 11110: buckle. ti but pin. In!
Ink atand. 140. pafx-r rack. Illf.. strain
er. Iii: tea .ball, IN; npeclal tmranol, U,
si lal. parasol. 1:!. desk pud, 127; en-
gagement calendar, lu.
May 1 Necklace, :0fl. pitcher, lilt,
tray. 13. and bronse. p.
June I'-Telejihone hook, W; child's
howl, H; child's plato. 110; ueam bog.
11.75; cream box. K.Q: two cologne
bottles. 118; one cushWut. IIB: auto bag.
f; memo book. 12. memo book, li
motor bag. X hnldge set, ': one lamp
ami nha.le. I'Jfn). on lamp und shnde, tTJl.
June One inllslier and tray. Ill:
desk pail. Htl leiter clip. H paper rack.
1-7; Inkstand. 1?7; blotter. 7 . 7f. . calendar
III 60; apdal umbrella. M,
Juno at atpaclal clock and caae, in.
Aug. Dottles and soav box, Is.
Mrs. Thaw was not In court w hen the
Jury appeared to-dnv.
LOS ANGELES LIKES
SALOON FREE LUNCH
AND VOTES TO KEEP II
UOt ANG 1 : 1 ,KS. Dec. 4. The quentlon
of whether there shall b any more free
lunches In ihe saloons of Los Angele
erne up yeterday in connection with
the vole on ttie pew charter. The commis
sion form of government was defeated
hy vote of two to one, and the ntl
fiee lun h uidlnunce, designed to ban
Llh llio free lunch from neloons, wi
bMlj by a heavy vote.
Among Iht saloons of this city the
free lunch, which In Ita embryo waa sim
ply . h a, , eauaagi-t and crackers, l.a
develoiieu into pre ti.ally an eight
cours dinner In some ot the larger and
better aaloon. cacti saloon striving to
outdo the others In th variety and
temptlngne of It rps'.
This ilat of affair went on until six
of the big aloonkeeptrn got tugetbar
and atatied ths niovonient to abolish
the fre lunch. Th (Jood Qovrrnmeni
movement, otherwt known "Qoo
Goos," under which this oily I ruld,
scenting this movement a good re
form, linmcliatrly got behind It and
boosted It. '
The six saloonkeeper state that the
free lunch cost o much. In In at
tempt to outdo each oliiar, that It I
atlag up a goad aaar af Ua gragla.
GREECE NOT OUT
nr. nnnr nm rv
iii rriii.r run r i
ui i LfiUL I ni ill i
mistice She Will Join Final
Conference to End War.
FOPtA. Hulgnrla. Dec. 4 .It la nfTI
in 11 y annnunced that the Greek pleni
potentiaries at Itaghtcbe did not defl
nltely rele' te. the term of bM rmlntlco
with Turkey, but reserved their decl
alon for twenty-fonr houis.
Kvn In the event of her declining to
pproT the rmltlce protocdl Qf fact
will participate In Ihe pece negotia
tion In 1ondon.
Th peace plenipotentiary repreaent
ng Turkey, Rulgarla, Sal Via and Mon
tenegro will begin their work In London
on Friday of next week.
Th armlatlce. signed at I o'nlock Inst
evening at th village of Baghtche on
th OraitaJJa lleiM, took the. revised form
drafted by Dr. S. Danfl. Mpaaiker of the
Bulgarian I'm Ji.it em. it roataln th
L Th belligerent armies shall remain
In the position they at present occupy.
II. The besieged Turkish fortresses
hall not be revlctualled.
III. The revlctualling of the Bulgarian
army in the field shall he carried out by
way of the black 8ra and Adrlanople.
commencing ten days after the slgna
tur of th armistice.
IV. The negotiations for peace shall
begin In Ixmdon on lire. 13.
DANQER OF EUROPEAN WAR
LONDON, Dec. 4. Cannon and rifle
have been silenced on the Halkan bat
tlefields with the signature of the
armistice last evening, or at least they
will he a soon as word of the truce
can rcaoh the more Isolated combat
ants. The tangle among the great Towers,
however, persist nd become even
more accentuated a the days pans,
without the discovery of a means of
Russia ha retorted to what ah
terms th "rattling of th Carman
word" by th Imperial Chancellor by
aaytng that a repetition of th method
resorted to at th period whan th
occupation by Aagtrta-Knngary of Bos
nia and HersegoTlna caused a crlala will
not bow b prxnittd.
The prominence given hy Chancellor
v.m Hcthmaiin-llollwcg to the Idea of
war won resented by the n-wapapvt' ' of
St. I'eteraburg. The general t.-end of
their comment In voiced by till Novce
Virmya, wldch Ray:
"HJatory in rpUnj lucif. but it is
nnl ., MMI nnw In for.i ItilS'.liiil (lit.-
I laisaev Into a fulnt-be.it ! 1 retreat.
UOn Intimidation wtM frlgbtt-n nobody."
The Immediate withdrawal ..f the rati
RtiaflHafl depnMlts In the German bank
la alvocated by mo-ny of the Rnaalail
The war parties both In Russia nnd
Tlialllg llllimiJI seem to hold the pub
lic pliitform for the morrvetit agulnsl
the peacably tllnrninoil Mlnlstora of
thos countries. Any untoward Inci
dent or provocative act on the prt of
S.vta would. In the opinion of diplo
matic clr dee here, In a moment ect
AuBtrla-llungury In motion, and t)d.
probibly would Icwinen forcoa In Husnla
wdilch the Government of the Rnaalail
BtnparOT would Iwrul ilself unable to rc-
SERVIA CALLS ALL MEN
AVAILABLE FOR WAR.
I.flN'IKIN'. Dec. 4. Servla yesterday
Issued a decree calling tip for service
nil the men In the country capable of
benrlnp; arms, according to a nnw.i
agMy dJPatOtl from Sofia, which
slates that Ihe information was ob
tained from an authoritative source.
COSTS "LIEUT." $312 A LOOK
AT STATION PINOCHLE
Sergeant Who Played Lows 5:4 1
Pay aiivi Two Cops Haven't
"Got Theirs'' Yet.
It cost l.leut. William .1 Dooley thirty
da n' pay to wltnesa a game of pinochle.
II coat Sergt. Joaep i Mc.N'amara Bftg in
day' pay for Indulging In the game
Three cops who were playing the came
ID th upper story of Ihe lower Kult.ui
si n et, Hiooklyn. police station, have n i
been mulcted yet. but "theirs" Is Doming.
(In the night of Nov. l." 'ommlssioiie!
Waldo received a wlrelens tip und Imme
diately went to the slntlon, which hi
t.iun.l deserted. IfpaUUrg he found th
lieutenant looking at a pinochle game,
with money on th table, which wan biM
participated In by the sergeant und l'o
lleenien Charles JuhnHun, M J. Klunna
gan and Jihn C. Gamer. The lleutenau:
and seiweant were suspended from dutc
and to-day the nndlnns of Deputy roll -e
I'.iiiimlssloner vv alnli were approved at
l.leut. Doob v draw n .l.nvn 1 1 v 7 0 ,
month and Seigt. McN'.nnnra 1146. Th
fill WW ha lost ltl during his uMpen
slon and the latter , This means that
II cost the lieutenant ltll.10 to witness
the gauio and the sermeant 24l for sit
HELP YOUR STOMACH
Vrradl neJx a Ifitnlnf nut oora-
ilontlly. K.iiiui to iiiTti this net'i u tin
PftUN 0( MUOb of the prtNtmt dav iokAM.
WfcMVr your mm ffta the leat hit
heavy, or adiea ami paJni niUa thalr i
NIPMM) Mi fliat thlna; to do la to hn
jour atuiiiMi Ii ' a lean houae."
Tli4t will atoit thlnra hrt nia put vnu
111 tip top ahia, partlculaily if you us
Parn. la, th )ana.ta blood purifier with
Iha pleasant last
PAliT(il, uriitlv rleanaita , out Iha
tmeU wllliniil rpbblni thiii f t It l r
alurth iliufMiuf iulroa, ami U ao nl-a t
tak that oMklrtn uk It,
You ru it" t Par tola In -.'. or BAc
boar, or a trial p.t. kajr (or 10. , from
!ONE BLAZE IN FOUR
: a nnrniinp umni
ii rin rrin. wuiikix
n I lllLliUU u If Ull.
()nimissioner Savs Hire Insur-
ance Companies' "Risks'
Should Be Investigated.
ANSWERS RARI3I WISE
Take l abor Department Out
of Politics, Speaker Tells Fac
QM out of every four fire tn ttile
city Is the work of the firebug, PHre
fommlaslnmer Jnhnsarari declared In his
testimony before the New York Sbabs
Factory Invesulgatlng Commission at
th County Court Hou tn-diy. H
made the statement In the course of a
conference which Is trying to apply the
leexsona taught try tha Triangle flro to
proposed leerlslatlon for protecting the.
fmnrlei of thle State ngnlnet fVres.
There are blocks In this city which
the depnrtment calls 'nrebug blocks'
In one of them on the east side there
were elghly-twn Are In hoiit two
yern. If not cent of lire Insurance
were paid In this city there would be
II per cent, fewer flraa. The greatest
service you can do to the city la to
start ns great an Investigation Into the
fire Insurance companies ns there was
against the life Insurance companies
.mi. me yenra ago.
"Ths Are Insurance companies necept
rinks nucli as a life Insurance company
lie li.en replied to the attack made
hy Rabbi Wise upon the Itiireau of Fire
Prevention, saying In part:
ANSWERS RABBI WISE'S AT
TACK ON BUREAU.
"He any the Hureau of Fire Preven
tion Is worthies. Yet during the first
three quartern of I ! 1 2 these needy
members of the home for out-of-workH
have made 77,WO Inspections, mutiy
likely among members of W'Iso'm con
gregation; Issued 6,70!i orders compell
ing the Installation of Are appliances;
1,1 TI order regulating l ie use and
tOraT of dynamite, gasnlltir ami other
explosive and combustible; 530 Fire
Mai-Khars orders aa to defective flues,
and miscellaneous, Including sprlnklei
ystein. to the number of 28.
"We have absolutely not sufficient
means nt present to prevent tires In this
clt." he added.
"Hundreds ot' people In thin city.
when business Is hard, have nothing
between t bein und bankruptcy other
than a fire arid not necessarily did
honest people, cither."
Pile BSaalOn, presided over hy Senat. tf
Rubor) F Wagner, was opened by Slate
'ominlssloner of l.ubor William, ll
rOommndd that the State Depart
ment of l.ubor be taken out of the
reach of "practical politics." He ill.
tissed u proposed bill for the reorgani
zation of the Stale Department of
Mr. Williams was opposed to keeping
the dDYrUnaotal raooWsl In New York
'ity. oven such as apply to this city.
'Keeping them here would subject the
lersiit merit to too many subpoena."
Hut wily, If the people are entitled to
the subpoenas." asked Abram I. Klkns.
ii 11 for tha commission. Mr. Will
BooauaS they withdraw our staff
from their work and compel them to an-
swer these private suits for d.un iges."
A hundred more inspc 'ims and clerks,
it urdlhg to the commissioner, would
adequately Inspect the factorte In this
Philip J. Monenthal. an underwriter
"A thousand men employed In my line
f work (amid have foretold what hap
pened in the triangle (ire. We under
writers know best bow lo prevent tires
The Hoard of 1'ndorwi Iters, therefore,
rather than the Ftr Department, should
given Incriaseil discretion and power
The people in the Kite Danartmani are
iit tin best type of men. ami have to
work under Rrent difficulties."
lie said that In the opinion of the
underwriters th factory district on the
west lde. between Worth street ami
Fourteenth street, was the worst dis
trict In New York City If a conflagra
tion should strike It.
Men's & Women's Suits & Coats
Values Extraordinary $10.00
Garments Worth $18 to $25
Here Le an opportunity for you
ami your family to lres up at lit-Hi-
expense ami, best of all, wlth
BUl one cent of reauly cauh.
Vc, lr, will und at a bar
(tftin price, too sail you a suit or
overcoat for yourself or wife or
cl.itlir for the children at a very
aiuiiruvp price, ami
Your word in Ua arood .- rash
here. We want you aa a . ustomer
and are glad to adopt extraordln
nary nietliods or value-giving to
get your business. Come In and let
un tell you more of our conlldeu
tlal plan of
I-or. Kur oats, Diamonds, Walrhe
mid JvMwIr.i. lHanifi trrms.
I P110X Clothing
! IN PflNRRF RllflRFT
" uwnunuvw yuwuti
Salary of President Not Affect
ed, but Some Notable
Cuts Are Made.
WASHINGTON, Dec.. 4-The "Bud
get," or Deglalattvw, F.xeoittlve and Ju
dicial Appropriation Mil, one of the big
gest of the supply measures, wa re
imrted to the House to-dflv by the Ap
proprutlons Committee. The mevne
irrle 1.14. H7.tiT. -about ll.nnn.rrri lag
than ttie Secretary of the Treaaury rec
ommended he ertproprlated.
The President' salary remains Tt,9IO
In th hill. The a alary of th 8erwtary
lo th President, which Home leaders
last session unaucosaafully attempted to
reduce, waa cbduad at the original fig
urn of 11,000.
Although th -bodmar- maaarn aa
portad by th aub-oommltta reoommwad
d that all ax-Prsldnta In th future
act aa Rprn4atlve-at-T.n ran nt n
annnal aaktry of 117,500. th Mil aa ap
proved by th full committee did not
contain tha feature. The hill make no
appropriation for the Commerce Court
or lor tha mint at Carson. Meat.. r the
aay offloa at Bols. Idaho ; Charlotte.
o-l "ait Lake City, Utah, and He
A curb on what haei formerly been
time honored perqulalte of Representa
tive Is also Included In the bill. Herc
lofor member of th Hous have been
paid an allowance of ltl monthly for
privat seoretarle. It wa.s often whls
perad that many membera did not hire
secretarlea and pocketed this extra al
lowance. The bill to-tlay require that
Ihe secretaries be paid by th Clerk of
HITT. FOB. HOrstEWIVRg.
iFmssi tnn ct.l-ao i'ribune. )
If your huobuiid decide to raise a
mustache ) ou w ill need at least lw,.
dozen more ta,ble napkins.
Wlien the baby begins to walk you
will find It necessary to move every
thing of a breakable nnture about a
IVe hospitable enough to build lit
tle house for homcleaa pigeons some
where on your premiss. These gentle
birds will occupy It and raise Urg.
families there and pigeon potple la
Never allow t ic kitchen maid to call
you by your first name when strange: -are
cannot 6 come f J by local
troatmanti to arrest the flow of
secretion you must removri the
cause; this symptom is only
one of nature', warnings of a
Build your strength and vital
forces with SCOTTS EMULSION;
it supplies the needed lime and
concentrated fats; the glycerine
soothes end heals the delicate
organs; the emulsion nourishes
the tissues and nerve centers
and makot nd, actio blood.
Scott' Emultion over com
catarrh by compelling hmaJth and
Scott & Bowna, Dloomfield. H J. ir-79
y PERRI -WALLA TEA
r ROASTED COFFEE
FRANCIS H. LE6GETT & COMPANY
2274 3d Ave. 7 W. 14th SI
bet. 18114 I J llli Let. Bag i.e.
Fifth Avenue, at 43rd st.
Announce for Tharida, Friday, Saturday
OF FALL AND WINTER MODELS
During this Sale all their
Imported Gowns and Wraps
Suits, coats, Furs
Blouses & Novelties
WILL BE OPFERED AT
Owing to extreme reduction
prevailing , no C. O. D.,
approval or credit
privileges will be extended.
Silk Crepe de Chine Negligees In very attractive
noveltv styles. Coat arid Empire effects, f8.7S, 11.75,
13.50, "17.50 to $50.00.
Silk Crepe de Chine Negligees -With Silk Crepe
Albatross lining, S-'O.OO to $32.50.
French Flannel Coat Kimono $8.75 to $12.50.
Japanese Mandarin Coats and Kimonos $17.50,
20.00 to $37.50.
Fine French Hand Made Imported Negligees at half
price and less.
Boudoir Caps Beautiful novelty creations of fine Nets,
Chiffons, French hand tinted flowers, fine Laces, etc.,
S2.00. 2.50. 3.00, 3.50, 3.75, 5.00, O.50 to $12.50.
Silk Petticoats Of Crepe de Chine, Messaline, Foul
ard and Jersev, fancy and plain, shirred Ribbon, French
f lowers. Shadow Vals.. etc.: all shades, $4.00, 5.00, 6.50
7.75, 8.75, 10.50 to $25.00.
Felicita Corset Special reduction in desirable models
for this week only.
James McCutcheon St Co.
fill 5th Ave. & 34th St.,
$i.00 Down S5ii
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A Good Joke
or a riddle, a funny story, a hurntXOUl picture, a fasci
nating puzzle, etc., such as will crowd the K pages of
THE WEEKLY JOKE BOOK
to be 17 r 17 1? with
GIVEN r Ijr2lL COPIES OF
NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
adds spice to life and makes for
Health, Happiness and Prosperity
As Newsdealers Purchase Only as Manv Sunday Worlds
as They Feel SURF They Will Sell, it is
ALWAYS Advisable to
Order the Sunday World in Advance
Hal) a Century
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