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TBI IVlNINCr WORLD, MOlf D A Y, J All XT ART 20, 1913.
captain mho has been mention-! In
. nr.nei tlon With the MM Altlmugh It
la SrOl belli v i- I theee police nfll. tals e. III
be Indicted tn-morrow. It la Mid tlie ...
la an tightening alimit them tiat they
Will ba prlaoncrs liefnre Ihe fml nf thi
week on the charge ot bribing a OWli
Jury witness.
Mra. Thomas Imrlan, Wife nf tha
miealng clerk of tha Hotel Battle, for
merly owneil by Hipp, and who taatl
lleaj before tha t'urran ootnmlttaa that
ha paid Policeman lOg 1100 a month
for protection, waa In tha Criminal
fourta llulldlng to-day, railed there by
Oran 1 Jury aubpoena. Hbo rSS not
taken before the tlrand 'ur. l ot waa
later questioned .it rotialderable length
by Mr. Uroehl. and waa UMM a am
nion ad again to appear Is) WIIW Hhe
will be compelled. If possible, to tall
who furnished her MMkUll with inone
to flee thla Jurlailli lion, for It I known
that lnrlan did not have aufllrlant
money to leave It la aald the MM
man who bribed Hipp to leave were In
trumental In Horlan'a .lls.ippearnnea.
PINO NO TRACE OF FOX'S 16,000
BAIL "PRIENO."
The llatrlrt-Attornry a otnVe ad
mitted to-day that It waa balked In II
cfforta 10 eatabllah the Identity of the
person or persons who gave Ibr IS.fino
I ssh ball for tha release, lata .Saturday.
if Kog from the Tnmba. The n.on-y
waa depoalted by Attorney bMjt K.
Oranl. Kon a attorney. Mr. tJranl can
not he ('impelled to tell who gava him
Ihe money on the ground of privilege
'etween counsel and sHOtst Fug can
not M taken be. re the (Inuid Jury to
tell, for that would grant him Immunity
n the bribery charge Had tha uaual
tXO fea bei n paid to a bonding com
pany for going nn Ihe ball th. IMstrtct
Attnrney could have aummonod the
umVlala of the I ompnny and aaoettatned
if tha "ayatem" had bualad Itaelf
obtain Koa'a rrleaae. Now, however,
tha trial la effectually blocked.
District-Attorney Whitman admitted
to-day that he would, within a day or
two. aak Juatlre doff, in the ex
traordinary hntnrh of the pragma
.Court, to Impanel a aparlal Jury to try
Tot. Thla will require five daya' no
ilea to Foil. Mi. Whitman aald ha
Would force the Indicted policeman to
trial at the earlleal poeaihle moment.
IfO bellevea the Htate'a case agalnat
the pollcatnan la ropper-rlvated. !f
To can be convicted It la poaalble
that, with a flrr-yaar aentence atari:. ,
Mm In the fac.-, he may uncover th
toan "higher up." for whom ha la amid
to have collected protection money.
CASE OF POLICEMAN FOYE GOES
TO GRAND JURY.
Aaalatant District-Attorney .1. Hnh
ari Km in. morklng In cnnjunnllun with
rAttorney li-i.-kmr of Ihe Curran Com
mitter, put before the District-A ttoniay
tni afternoon all the evidence that
iaa boon collected In thr case agalnat
Pollryman harles K. Foya, a forurr
Raxes .,er of Mecker'a at rung arm SCtta4,
Koe. before Ihe Curran inmniiM.
am or.- that before 10 o'clock on the
turning of April 4. ttt, he waa ap
!heoa had In tha Criminal Courta Huild
mg jy Alderman II, H. Currun ami
asked to "throw" a gambling case
agalnat Wllllajn Minilli. an Kiglitii iv.
nua ealoon keeper.
iwnlth haa sworn that he did not
know Curran and that hlaaaloon la not
ia Curran'a district. Mra. Curran. It
la underelood, la prepared to testify
that Alderman Curran waa al hla homr
at the hour mentlnnej by Foya. If Mr.
I.'urran a alfbl can be perfected the
taatter will be aubmlttad to tha ex
traordinary Ornnd Jury on Wedneaday
and Fnje'a Indictment on a oharge of
ttierjury may be aakad.
- Fox Uvea at No. 1017 Morrla avenue,
Oha Uronx. Ha la not In a plaaaani
vtinf of mind, Judging from the way
ho aaawarad queatlona reporlera put
to him. He declined to aay who put
up tha money that freed him. but de
clared he vai not going to leave town
and would ba at Police Headquarture
to-morrow to anawer Deputy Cninmle
etoner Walah on charges agalnat him.
DETECTIVE AND QUARRY
PRAYED IN SAME PEW.
Detective Finished First, Then Wait
ed for His Man to ( jet Through,
and Arrested Him.
Bdmunt Kwaanewaky uf No. 14 7 Kaat
Oaa Hundred and Thirty-eighth etret
waa held without bull by Maglatrate
Hutta In Murrlaanla Court to-day m
the charge of having atolan 1400 from
I la employera, Meeker Hrot-iare, butcn
rrs. of No. tin Thirl avenue, laat 8eu
leather. He waa sent to the bank and did no'.
Ao there Kwaanewaky went to Chicago
and all over the t'ntted Htates before re
turning her laat meek Yeaterday he
Want to tha Church of st Jerome at
No. 1ID4 Alexander avenue and knelt
to pray.
In tha same pew Detective dxertner
of the Central ofTb e Kita kneeling.
When tlhe detective lifted hla head ho
reoognlxed Kwaanewaky Hirrmer malt
ed until the man had flnlahed hla devo
lloae and then arrealed him.
Farm
Lands
For
Sale
The tun li well on its northward nutvh
ami It will not be long before the plant
ing of seeds and the raising of chickens,
stock, Stc, and the healthful air of the
country will be leading topics of thought
ind talk.
Why Wait Till the Last Minute?
Plan to Move to the Country Now.
Every day you will find many Farm
bargains advertised In
The World
In fact The World prints more ""farms,
."tancbea, Acreage, tec," advert itements
than any other New York newspaper.
You may not find it too late to profit
by tit Farm Ada. In yesterday's
Sunday World Want Directory
ROSENTHAL SLAYER
IS AT LARGE, SAYS
BECKER'S LAWYER
Joseph A. Shay Declares That ;
He Has Proof Gunmen
Are Innocent.
PROMISES SENSATION.
Visit of Juror No. 4 Only an
Item in Plea for New
Trial.
Joanph A. Mtajr, attorney o record
for Llaut. Hacker r"patad In nooltlve
tenme to-day that ha haa proof tha.
Haoiael H. Ilaaa. who waa No. 4 on tha
Jury miib I, convloted the policeman
of Herman rtoaenihal'a murder, had
b- en aeen near Ma home on throe oc
caalon during Mia trial when, Jt la
claimed, ha atiould have been locked
up with hla eleven oompanlona.
"The atory about Juror No. 4 and
our Intention to apply to Juatloe Ooft
for a new trial on evidence of hla
movementa la par fee My true," aald
Hhay, "but It la only one of forty aen
aarlonal mattera that wa are Invaetl
gatlng. and we mill have a wealth of
other new irmterlal worked up. I ex
pect that the application for a new
trial will be made wtrriln three weeka."
Mr. Hhay. who waa the only peraon
around the Criminal Courta Building
who regarded Ihe Ilaaa caee aerloualy.
waa aaked to give detail! of aoma of
the other "aenaatlona" which will be
uaed In application for an appeal.
"I can't aay now.'' he aald. "hut one
thing ia euro we will prove that the
man who actually killed Moaenthal la
not one of the four convicted gunmen,
hot la now at liberty,"
lMatrlct-Attornry Whitman o ita Ihe
atory. lie aald when told of It:
"I dun t believe it puaalhle 1 never
heard of It and do not think the Juelloe
gave nermlaalon for any Juror to break
the eeuueatratlon. Hut If Haae did m
home, or any other place. It will not
affect Ihe verdict; deetatona are quite
plain on that acore."
When iho n'.ieatlon waa put to Itavaa
hlnterir he refuaed to talk until hla wife
broke In with, "You know you had per-
mlaelon " Then Haaa aald.
TEETH HURT HIM AND HE VIS
ITED A DENTI3T.
"The fact l my to l l were hurling
ma pretty bad. and I go icrmlaalon to
pay two vlalta to my dentlit."
He would not aay e Lather he alao
vialted hla home, nor would he give the
nan r the denllat
Juatlee t!oh mold not recall that he
had given any Jjror audi permiaalun.
"It will be neoeaaary for ma Arat to
look the matler np." he aald.
William J I.yncn. the veteran chief
attendant, who had charge of the jury,
emphatically denied that llaaa waa In
the neighborhood of hla home exoepl
ben he went to reglrier and then tile
other Jurora ware along.
"The repot t la not true." aald Lynch.
No perinlaaion max given, and llaaa
never left the other Jurora. I'm nnxltlve
of IL"
The atory appraia to .have originated,
w,th t, T. Moehun, who hue a oafe at
Wei. iter avenue end line Hundred and
Ninety-eighth etreet. Meehan eaya he
w and apoke to Haa twice, and on
one of tha ucoaaloni Police I.ieot. I'eter
Carter waa with him and also aaluted
Haaa. The Haaa home la at No. 274
Bat Two Hundred and Flrot atreet.
In lettora to frlruda written from the
death cell. Decker ahoiva he ! burl hv
Ilia atory recently told thai he apenda
much Mag making aueh Jokeo with the
four gunmen aa calling roan "Jack
Roaei." He la aald to paea all hla time
atodylng Ilia pehul law, reading the
lillde, writing to hla wife and conipoa
Ing a Journal for her The only worry
he la reported to have ehown haa been
alnce hla wife wem to the hoapltal to
await Ihe arrival of t:ietr child.
GIRL AVIATOR IN PERIL
1.800 FEET IN THE AIR.
BcTnett.i Miller's Oil Register I-ix-ploiks,
lut Presence ol Mind
Saves Her.
Miaa Hernettc Adama LMIUer, twenty
yaaie old, of "anton, o., who had
hoped ao (OfaMIA a new altitude rec
ord for woinvn. failed to do ao thla
morning at UjM ilemoatead I'luina
Aviation Field The altitude climbing
lilerlot monoplane which ml, Miller
aua going to uae waa out of commle
alon and glie uaed a croaj-country ma
chine. She wore u brown lurduroy ault and
extra clothing, hut when ahe waa
feet in the air the cold !'iniu oo ex
treme that aim waa ready to deecend.
when t'ie dome of her oil raatlater
cnaxaed and ttiaji exploded, the oil atrlk
kog the youug wuuiai. '.n the fa. e. With
rare iwcence of ml, id .e ohm u(f bar
engine and olplanod tn the gro.ind
without mlehap.
JUDGMENT FOR THAW DEBT.
tuarl Motli "laver'a Wife tie,.
Ilverauillba aj.iilo
Judhmeni agalnat Mia. Kvelj n Nea
blt Thaw waa taken In the City fourl
tn-dav before Juatiro (Jieen for fJL.
4a in favor of the ilorham fom
pany for allverware and Jewelry pur-ehaa.-d
'.y Mra Tha wlule her I. na
na nd Hurry Thaw, waa In tho Tonihx
awaiting hla aecund trial for the mur
der ixf niantord White.
Mra. Thaw did not appear In court,
where aha wax repruetnted by he: law
yer. I.M MfAfl Knit Til lV
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PAROLED BY DIX:
MacBeth Says Smith Was Too
Attentive to His Wife After
Quitting Prison.
'Verge 11 MacRetb, Preeldetil of the
MaoiieMi Man '.1 fa -tnriivg Company,
waaron bulMero. waa dkaotianged by
Maglatrate Miller In Flushing Court to
day after he had eaplalned there waa
more than hla right ghoulder bohlnd
the blowe whlcii led to hla arreot on a
oharga of aaeautlng Andrew W. Smith.
It will be recalled that Smith waa pa
roled In October by (iov. Dig after
aervlng the drat third of a nine-year
eentence for grand larceny.
n Mm 1 th a releaae from Hlng Blng he
went 10 ' ri with the Macltetha. who
had known him before hla conviction, In
their home at No. Ml Highland llmile
vwrd. Kvergreen, I. I. Hhortly there
after, aooof (ting to MgoBotb'i teati
mony. Hnilth began to ahower glfta on
Mra. MacHeth. and to tike her to cab-
11 ret a-hnwa and enlai lalnmenta of ether
aorb".
once. MaeUath aald, Smith whole i n
wife had died while he waa In prleon
hud taken Mra. MacHeth to a dance In
Hmoklyn MacHeth atayed home be
eauag be did not have a ault of evening
clothea MaoKeth aald he learned hla
wife had left the dunce with Smith at 10
o'clock In tha evening, ulthough they did
not return to Kvergreen until 4 o'clock
In the morning.
MacHeth told of burlng a hole In the
r.lllng of Mra. MaoBoth'a room. One
day In the early part ol thla month
MacHeth and hla brother, a Brooklyn
law atudent, took lurna at peeking
tmough It.
They adw Smith em treeing Mra. Mt '
l.eth. Then MacHeth left nil home mid
went to live at No IT! Willuughby avi
um. Brooklyn. A week ago yeaterday
M.i I teeth went to bvergreen and had
norda with Smith, punctuating hie
argument with blowa.
Smith admitted he had klaaed Mri
Mac-oeth, hut aald it waa "at her liua
hanil'a rOQUOat. He an... admitted he
had made gattl to her. but only for the
puilioae of allowing hla appreciation of
In klmmeae In Bending him Information
that hla wife hail died.
STIMS0N HURRIES ACTION
ON PIER RELOCATION;
BLACK TO SEE GAYN0R.
Secretary of NVar Anxious to Have
Uecision on Plan for Docking
Hi"; i iners, Outlined by Him.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. In an ef
fort to effect u permanent settlement
of the Naw York pier line iuestlon
Be, i ta i 111 moon to-day Instructed
Col, llliick. I'realdent of the Army .en
gineer Hoard having charge of New
York harbor, to Immediately confer
with Mayor Gunor on the plan out
lined by the Hei'ular ul lust Friday's
heuilng foi ihe i clu. al.on of the piers
Acrordliia' to the Mayor'e statement
laat v.eok, the mUbUIPallty authorities
should b eiu a pnaltlun In a few daya
to know the exact legal rlghta of the
city In Ita efforts to acquire ground on
tne wuat elde of the Hudaon Hlver, be
tween tne Hutteiy and the beginning
uf the i helssa dlalilct. for the reloca
tion or piers and wuiehouaea.
The board la sxpei tad to apprpve a
how pier Una. drawn straight from the
slattery to a point a: the aoutheru en-'
of tbe riielaea dlatrb-t at the outer end
of the old plane nefore they were ex
tended by former Secretary Olcklnson'e
rintt. I4igtneer cmlend 'hat wlUiln
Mils line, la the rtVOF 1 and particu
larly in the neigh torhood of liehbruases
atreet, Dlieia la ample loom for l.UOU-foot
piers ieuire.1 for the great ocean llneia.
The board will aupro.ve the loitatiun of
ouch piers If the city uuthorltlex will
l'.e.ur theinaelvas to Itegln at once the
gradual transfer of the great piers In
the Chelae dlatrlct of that section, ap
Itriniialle money to begin the conetru.
lion of one of btiein as an earneat of
I arwal intentions, ajvd move to secure the
I abandonment ' d" ka in the section
now unused uy rerruta.
Hwtft t'eaapaax's Sales sf 'reah tleei
U iurs ui tar tha ak uiaiag aalurla..
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WHIPS CONVICT
COURT FREES HIM
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SULLIVAN 2 YEARS,
SHEARS 3 MONTHS,
(Continued from first l'agal
Sullivan's aentence. Mrs. Sullivan!
looked worn and haggard.
JURY RECOMMENDS MERCY FOR
HEARS.
Broc Hheara, former President of tho
Borough Bank of Brooklyn, was con
victed Saturday by a Jury before Jus
tice i.'rana In the criminal branch nf
the Supreme Court In Brooklyn. The
Jury recommended tho prisoner lo tho
mercy of the court.
Brook Bheara, former President of the
Borough Bank of Brooklyn, was to-day
sentenred to one year In the peniten
tiary, having been convicted Saturday
by a Jury before Justice Crane In the
criminal branch of the Supreme Court
In Brooklyn. The Jury recommended
the prisoner to the mercy of the court
Robert Klder. attorney for Shears
made a point before the Jury that the
prlaoner had returned the J,S34 41 he
was charged with having embeaxled.
lie said thai having made restitution
before the case was called to the at
tention of a Maglatrate, he was exempt
from proeecutlon. Justice Crane told
the Jury that this was not the law.
Justice Crane stated. ,n passing sen
tence, that there might be a doubt as
to the conetrui'tlon of the statute under
which Shears wss cjnvlcted, on aocount
of the punctuation. He, therefore, while
sentencing him to one yeai a Imprlaon
mont, he said, would sign a certificate
of reasonable doubt and would admit
Shears to ball on K.UOu. He read the
statute aa follows:
The fsct that the defendant Intended
to return the. property stolen or em
beaxled, le no defense, or mitigation of
mini iment, If It has not been restored
befo l a oomplalnt to a maglatrate,
ch iv'ng commission of a crime "
MISTAKE SENDS STOCKS OP.
Brokers Thought spresir t'onrt
Had Kavurrd lUllruada.
Thg mistake of a rltock Kxchaags
broker gave Wall atreet to-day the
most exciting ten minutes It has hud
for several tvenk. Word was Hashed
around that the Supreme Court had
handed down Its long awaited declsion
In the Minnesota rates case favorably
to the railroads.
t'proar followed on the exih&nge
Brokorg who had been loitering In the
lobby rushed on the floor and began to
bid clamorously for slocks. iPrlccs
mounted rapidly, the leading railroad
Issuss rising 'half a point or more be
tween sales. Unlou l'ucjli hounded up
three poluta and other atooka fiom oae
to two points. The mOVeinont ended gfl
lUjOttoniy ns It tunran. It was learned
that a broker had mlsrend a telegram
and Instead of the Minnesota rate case
It proved i i lie a case of only minor
ItSpC't.ii i. iich the Supreme Court
had decided. Trices fell buck and aoon
reac hed the lowest level of Ihe day
The Closing; Prices.
Tlie foUswias ..j tbe liUia.l, lovest ed
laat crlcca of i sbseba fur to -daj ami the net
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WOMEN SET FREE
nnillT HI linm HJiril
m LUKt MtN
INTO POKER GAME;
Detects Lost S-lo to the
Ladies but Hail to Convict
Them After Raid.
CAMERA IS SMASHED.
Mr. Yaegei, Who Put Up Fur
niture xs One Woman's
Bond, Foils Photographer.
The proceaa of being eteered into a
Bambllng houae. aa relatel by Detect lvea I
ArmetronR and Sutter of the Central '
Olflco, dean out young men m-.io wear'
fur overooata and h.we a Harvard ac
cent, waa exploited before Maglatrate
Corrlgon In Weet Hide Court to-dav.
Tho detocUvea appeared agalnat Mra
All.. V. .a a m m . . gam
Alice Yaeger and Mra. Dorothy Byer,
Charging them under Section ae of the
I'anal Code wi Jh having rauaed th., Je- l ' '" Leglalature. They will be enacted,
toctlvae to enter a gambling houae. j '' waa declared this afternoon. If tho
Tho raid of the apartmenU of Mra ?vernor peraonally haa to whip the
Belle Gu bner to whom they were Intro- 'eglalature into line to aeure favorable
duced in their guise of young aoclety I action.
men aa Mra. Oouverneur at No. tti Hetause of this assertion It was gen
Weat Ninety-second street, followed an I erally accepted here this afternoon that
acquaintance atrucji up by the detoctlvee I 'he Mllg Indicate the attitude the QoVa
with the two women at George Hector's ' prn(,r u 111 ake on the truata when he
restaurant, at Broadway and Sixty-first I grt l" Washington.
atroet. The police aay Mrs. Yaeger g ! K""Rln"' - bills. Edwin K
the wife of a wealthy merchant.
"We went to the restaurant Friday
afternoon." Armstrong said, "and sal
at a table The women entered and
eat at another table. We epoke to
them, and as they seemed friendly Ot
, went over and sat with them, buying
I drinks First we spoke of the weather.
Than Mra Yaeger said we looked I ke
sports, and asked us how we would like
to get Into a awell poker game.
CHIPS COST DETECTIVES $20 A
TACK.
"We got Into a cab and went to No.
2 Weat Ninety-second street and
they took us up to the apartment of a
woman whoae real name la Oubner,
but whom they called Oouverneur. A
colored maid waa at tha door and
urged us to come right In. Mrs. Club
nor ahook handa with us and told ua
there wore seats In the game waiting
for ua. I asked how atrong the game
was. She said 'Twenty dollars a
stack, dollar Usatt and 10 conte for
the kitty.' I loot two stacks and then
aid I was feeling 111 and had to go.
They trlod to got me to stay, suggest
ing I rest awhile and I might feel
better. I said I waa too sick and
went and gi.t Ihe aquod for the raid."
Butter related exactly the same ex
perience. The statute," said Magistrate Cot
rlgan," refers to parsons who 'Induce'
persons to enter a gambling house. It
appears from the evidence that these
detectives went to the restaurant with
the determination to get Into a gambling
house; that they sought the opportunity
and entered eagerly, aa they should have
done according to their duty. I am
therefore compelled to dismiss the com
plaint." "MR. YAEGER" GAVE FURNITURE
AS BOND FOR HER.
Mrs. Yaegur sat with net- fare In hor
hands at the prisoner's table, through
out the hearing. An elderly man, call
ing himself John Yaeger. n ho had glvsn
the furniture of his home as aoourlty
for her ll.uoo bond, came forward and
led the two women out of the court
room. As the three were boarding a
car at Fifty-fourth street and Ninth
avenue, going uptown, Mr. Yaeger aaw
a photographer levelling a camera at
them. He Jumped from the car, knocked
the camera out the photographer's
hands and stamped on It, destroying It.
COURT REFUSES TO PUNISH
ANGRY CAMERA SMASHER.
A bystander grabbed Mr. Yaager and
on the statement of the photographer
that the camera had been worth IU6,
took htm to the court again, no police
man being in sight. The women fol
lowed, shrieking hysterically. When the
crowd reached Magistrate Corrlgan he
satd he thuught Mr. Yaeger had auffl
Oont excuse for defending himself
aiiainat the unauthorlxud use uf his own
and the wnmen's pictures, and refused
to entertain a complaint.
Mrs. Oubner. whose defense la that tho
game waa a friendly social affair and
that the detectives were only admitted
as friends ol the iaiuiiy. win nave a
hearing Thuraduy. She waa not In court
to-day. She has Misted that the raid
was due to a grudge of Vic Kmden,
who had not l'en allowed to play In
the family game.
OOTOOnra btkamsiiips
HAILED TO-PAY.
Teeeddah'. I'arahyti.. Jefferaon. Narfol.
Don't Poison Your System
With Harsh, Strong Cathartics
When Your Liver or Bowels Don't Work Just Right. Simply Take
EX-LAX
the Sweet Chocolate Laxative
Ex-Lax does nut contain Calomel, Belladonna. Strychnine, pecac or
other violent and poisonous substances.
Ex-Lax works gently but surely without griping.
Good for the whole family, infants and grown-ups. The hrst dose
will give you a better appetitf. clearer head and finer feeling.
t ry a Box To-day. Ilk
1 BANISH ALL TRUSTS,
IIHlMniimiAiiiiiuP.
WILM1N 5UIMMANU
TO HIS OWN STATE
PoHC)
j warj
Of President-Hlect To
Monopolies Indicated
in Proposed Jersey Measures.
WANTS 7 LAWS PASSED.
Would Hold Officers and Di
rectors of Offending Com
panies Personally Guilty.
TRENTON, N J.. Jen. JO. -Truet mag-
tmtee will gel little aatlafactlon from
the antl-trual attitude of Prnelden'-
elect W.ntdrow Wllaon aa defined lOaM0. Here a mob of nearly live bun-
day In handling the queatlon In hla home
State.
To-ntght aoven lulls farhere.l by the
next I'realdent In hla capacity ua dev.
ernor of New Jerae '. will be Introduced
' .'n, Bssai or ins . nsn.-ery i ourt.
the hlghem In the Stite, wuo prepared
them under the direction of Ihe Gov
ernor, said:
"These acts are deelgtisd to put nn
end to trusts and monopolies under the
laws nf New Jersey, and tiov Wlbin
confident predicts that they will ao
compllsh that much desired result.
They emanated from Clov Wilson and
have been drawn tut the purpose of
preventing monopolies by corporations,
firms am' Individuals."
The bills make violation of the pro
posed laws u misdemeanor, which, In
New Jersey, ,, punishable b Imprison
ment for not more than three years or
fine of not more thu,i tl.ooe.
The measures provide that any om
blnatlcn between two r more corpora
tions, nrrne or persons to create re
strictions in trade, limit production, nre-
vent competition, transportation or sell-
mg. nx prices for purpose, of trade,
control or make nny secret oral agree
ment, shall he a misdemeanor.
one Mil provides that bona fide valus
In money or property must stand behind
all otock issued that stock sua!) net be
tasued against anticipated profits 'hit
when at.tck I. 1mert ,n Cnan,. fr
other et.tck no more shall be issued than
was actually paid for the other stock
that no purchase may he made of a con
cern of different character from that
doing the buying. It also prohibits one
corporation buying into anor ef for tne
purpose of reetralnlng trade or acquiring
a monopoly.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS LIA
BLE FOR VIOLATIONS.
Another Mil makes the Individual
officers and directors liable for vio
lations of the proposed laws. Another.
Intended to prevent holding com
panies, itrovlde thnt hereafter no cur
porsiMoii shall buy, hold, sell or as
"Ign the securities of any other cor
poration. Any corporation which now
comes under that cloaalflcatlon la pro.
hlbited from voting; such securities In
the future.
"In this a right already acquired la
Lived," oayo the statement, "bun pre
vents any corporation from engaging
In a holding troiiotvctlon In the fu
ture." Mergers are to he allowed only un
der the eye uf the Public Utilities Com
mission uf the State. Discrimination
In prices In various sections of the
State after due allowance Is mode
for difference In transportation
charges Is prohibited.
"Do you rhlnk theee hills will he
passed?" lnv. Wllaon was aoked.
"I do," he replied.
"Will they prevent the organisation
of monopolies In New Jersey?"
"I hope ao."
NEW JUDGE FOR HAWTHORNE.
Mi ulna Fraud Cause to Re Trans
ferred by Agreement.
The trial of Julian Hawthorne,
Joalah Qutncy. Dr. William J. Mortm
and Albert Freeman, which was In
terrupted by Ihe audden Illness of
Judge Hough, who was etrlcken In the
United Statea District Court, will be
resumed before Judge Mayer next
Monday.
The Jury was In court to-ay anl
Judge Mayer excused them until
Thursday, when the motions to enalble
a new Judge to alt will be made. The
defense haa agreed to thle procedure.
Tfle trial Is expected to oooupy three
weeka more.
anU 25c at All Druggists'.
GARMENT MAKERS
is. Arnnr r,,ATn
INSIKIKtH
AT SIX POINTS
Hand - to - Hand Encounters
With the Police and
Strikebreakers.
The fourth meek in the widetpread
atiike nmon;: ng gwantni maKIng tra.tea
waa Inltlateil to-duy by a buret of vio
lence on th part of tne atnkera. Thirty
two arreata were made In a dNtrl.'t com
prlalng a doxen bloeka between dawn
(in.l 10 u'clock in the IftOflllltgt, ggVgltal
policemen mere aaanulte.l i.n.l de..etnte
Ihard-to-hand encountera between plcktta
! The moat an loua riot occurred in
j 'rnt of Hrownlng, King eV fo.'a "f f TT
j 'l"are xtorc a mllylng point for tho
etrlkera and the aoafuj ,,f dally dlx-
I or''''i alnce the atr.k,. aatThn four Weeka
Ur,'J atrlkera attempted to Intercept the
myal workera on
store and bottles,
weie used by both
their way to Hag
sticks aid atones
hies, women flubc
In men mid men defending the n., it.
with pl regard In aex. Two of the
store's heavy plate windows note
smashed during the tinhtlng.
Kphralm Knuffmun. one of the orgnn
Isers of the striking cutters of the United
Chtrtnonl Workers' Union and considered
one of the prominent men In directing
the conduct of the strike, w.i arrested
during the course of tho battle here.
Eight others went to the station Under
eborgsgi of disorderly condu -t w ith
Kauffman.
While the early morning fighting wne
In progress there two more riots were
started simultaneously ul Twelfth street
and llrondway and Twelfth atteit and
PTftd avenue.
At Brood amy and Fourta street lOOOb
llerkuwltx of No, bit Avenue 0 kit iokl
I'oilceman WbltO of t ,, Met, . tl rOI
station off his fesd during n small riot.
ind when the policeman waa down he
was one of several strikers who s re
kicking White Into ItttOnglMllty when
other policemen Interfered. Uerkowlta
fought all ihe way lo the aturion and
there he trli id to climb over the dek
and hit Lle.it. Finn. Isadora RoOOB of
No. K Kaat Fifth atreet Oggftttlted Pol.
Iceman Meal'
lur.ng lie
a. line oisoiuer
and was arrested.
HURT, BEGS TO BE KILLED.
Won't He a tlardrn on Mj l'ninll."
ava Injured Mltrhlulat.
ORBBNFOKT. I.. 1. Jan. M.--W:th
an arm and g broken and g00r
liter-
ral Injures. DaVrd Itaynor begged last
night to be kl.'.ed He pleaded that
could never recover fuli..-, and that he
would only boeoSsO a burden upon bis
family.
Itaynor, an expert machinist, wta m
hie way to the stutlon to meet a rota
live due to arrive on the evening trn n.
Juat west of the lep.it he w.ia struck
by the train he was going lo meet.
At the K. intern Long Island lloap til
the doctors believe he cannot recover.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Is Psculiar to Itself. Then? is
no real aubstitut? for it. Don't
be led to take any preparation
said to be "just as (food", but
insist on having Hood's.
Get it to-day in the usual liquid form
or in the tablets known as Sarsatabe.
Wit WANTS WITHOUT COST
a"g. aTtgl ssi' SOS 4 West Mtfc St.
HILP WA.NTED MALE.
OO.'ICRKTR KORl BITILDBRt. sinter Ji:
.Ji 'rfTt,,''" . "?. ffSM api.lv
(SSt
tag. i. i
GENERAL SUPERINTEND
ENT, FACTORY, IN CAN
ADA; GIVE REFERENCES;
GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR
RIGHT MAN. ADDRESS G
BSD WORLD, UPTOWN.
Special for Monday, tbe 20th
MOLAIMKS mac A St riTIt Ks New Of
leans Melaeeae, aundaat auaar cream
HSISM- 'Mt like
POIND BOX iW
Monday s Ullerinrj
.1 rSKUM. Ki.AMI.Il. lAlttMEI.1
nl llneet dairy pruuueta uaed, rlcii
ua ereaaa auu uuiier anu ureugnt tu
uerfeelivB u. me eaeius.ee
Left atria. 34c talus else
Hliere. I'OI M MUX
19c
PENNY A POUND PROFIT PLUS PARCEL POST
Anr tif Ih b MNM fW
w York bir avddlut; th fulluuluc ktiiuni
i ilncra
I ib. bos 4IH 4 Hi. bos
2 lb bus II A " "
t h! bus H tl Ib. bux
Hates nutalde nil-mile limit uu apiillratlon. If desired, parKages ran be lasarsd
foe LO'. additional. I'uatal Nine or t urreney must at umpaar erdera.
I'urk Re. Ctirtliiuill uuil l-Mii street aliirea open e.err evrning until Bl
e'rlerk. All eur .Hires Qfjeg jSatgfdaj evening until 1 1 oVIoek.
94 BARCLAY STREET
Col. West Broadway
19 CORTLAND T ST.
Cor Church Street
Park Row & Nassau St
At City Hall Park
The sosesfaes sreigan ia each
'DOCTORS WRONG
IN THE CASE
OF DR. CASEY
Dr.
Geo. Casey, Though SicVt
Many Years, Is Soon
Relieved.
SAYS TONIC IS GRF.AT
I Popular Chnracter
Feels
Good Effects After
the First Dose.
Ker lav long new nilvance i marl'
n,,ntt ;n,., f ,c.licnl acience. II
r,n trly he mU that the impaasibilili''
' al iiaaalaOalaa arc Ihe .ucenleil facta ,,i
I tlhMJ
I )r (lie. ( 'avre. a veterinary aurgoon
I m ho popu'iir anions hia larg ctrrlt
ol frteiuN in llrooMyn and who livet al
No H Jcffcrmn Dktg . Hmoklyn, felt thai
lie hail heard his dentil aentence read a
lew nionllia ecu ivlicn a doctor informer
Inm that to In- knowledge the onlv
. mi ilii iiic that could1 rvrr bring him relirl
afottltl I"' Death, Thai doctor was right
At lh.it lime there was no remedy in
Bfooklyfl for tli.it poor sufferer.
Snrr I lie introduction of that greal
tonic. Tuna Vila, thr i"nilitiona havt
changed, for I Ins togas fills that lony (ell
wuut which toe do dor expressed.
Dr. (.'aacy wa very enthusiastic when
he WOI interviewed concerning his ex
petitMiee with Tom itu.
"Sure, I inn the man ho has recoiveil
sttcb wonderful relief." he replied to a
I nueslion. "I hat new tonic, I one ita
i i rrlainly has made a new man out of me.
"I had been lick for several years. Il
: ii l.ind of hard to uy exactly what w.v
the matter with me I jul felt lircd all
! i,e lime and 1 very III dogs hud any appe
lite. It termed jiiit ns if my food dn
i not acree with inc. and consequently I
1 Ot no sticnglli nut of it. 1 had nc
! ciicrgv and my work was a burden. I
al-o have hail extremely nervous am
dizzy spell-. If 1 ran lor a car or climbed
npsluirs loo lust my heart would beat a-
though it would fairly liattrr my rib in
"1 noticed a decide. I improvemeDt the
leeosid 'lay alter 1 startcil to take Tons
Vila. 'I Ins improvement kept up, am:
now I am better in every way. I can eat
heartily, ami my foot! does me good
Ami I frcl strong enough to lick any ol
tlieae young fellows.
" You can aay that I am surprised aod
delighted with ili.it tonic. It is great!"
'1 mi. i Vila is similar to a tonic which
has been Used with such success in thi
larger hospitali of Kurope. This tonic
will overcome nrrvoua debility, mat
...it rit ii in .mil is tiurticularlv auccssaflll
L.J.JI .... ,i t -
III .miming up i uuir atainiug nuiu m
"run-down condition."
Tonu Vita is being introduced for tbe
first lime in New York and can bo ob
tained nt all of the principal drug stores
Poor eyesight grows
constantly worse. Don't
endanger your eyesight
by delay. Act now.
byes Eaaminod Without Charge
by Kogiatored Eyo Physicians.
Perfect Kitting (.lasses, t.0 to 111.
J. EHRLICH & SONS
Oculists' Optician
Halt a Ctntury in business.
217 Broadway, Aator House
22) Suth Ave., 1 5th St. 350 Sixth Ave.. 224 St
101 Nau. Ann St. 17 West 42d-New Yerl
493 Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St., Brooklyn,
ft ttstutW- bxMla tho rass pWt otope, tk tlks. 1
Vlvntt id lor MHLL WtasTt. Mff t kriHtt, Mt. fetMsV
Jut IN pur. or lSnniioD tubM alrusie mS.
I K osvfo.-i ) Malta, rj Me or KV figBj
ms atvriasjjsfifi wrwrjwwmm
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDgM
(Trade nark.)
Special lor Tuesday. Ike 2Ut
i. i.M.is 1 Hi KL.Ui KlhM.A le.D-
rrine orangira dlrsfcl fruin Buauij CaU
lurolta. hm rnu'n tin i i rot tin, bleud-
ni nun siuiiiar rruui. udu
value rUe'vi liver.
POI ND BOX
10c
Tuesday's Olferlng
11 eiULAil
i i aiwtn nrddeu .ecoaaat.
i an. and eherolate Havered, la
Klsefcb MireUded
i" aaae srw.-. vsiue
eUesnare.
rot-No box
20c
b ,t' Vm within 50 miles uf
ut tu titer pustas ua taaidy mud
IT 7 lb. boa.
Kit 8 ib. box
B
.SIB
.113
206 BROADWAY
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet. Beeknun & Spruce Sts
266 W. 126th STREET,
Just East of 8th Ave.
iaslsace lacUUts tits csattUaor.
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