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ikJB iivENlNO WORLD, I ifiAV, JANUAkY 84, lt!8
CdY UNDER FIRE
FOR POOL STORIES
AT W TRIAL
Attorney for Steel Corporation
Puis the Former President
OPPOSED BUYING T..C. I.
Thought Stock Too High and
Only Gave in at Confer-
ence in Morgan Library.
William Bllla ("Vsrer. former fireesdent
of the Ualteel KtaOee IM Corporation,
talon th aland In tv third day of the
noatlnurd hearlrgte tn the Ofrrammenr.
ritasoluaMon suit aaalnat the "truat."
haM la the reference room of tlii Ht
Paul truMdlrur. to-day had to submit to
rasee-examination at tha handa of C.
A. Mveraaae of counsel for tba corr
auen. who ha not raarerdrd Mr. Corty
aa valuable wltneaa for tha defense.
Hit frtlUotnaaa to eapnse tha work In-a
of tha pooka, whloh other eritneaeee had
srefasseq to ba Ignorant of, and to c
freely Into Ui ret hlatory of Usf
truat." has laid him opan to an ener
garlo attack from tha defame.
Too war aafced about a doniaatlo
peel Sjsta aau inaoufaeturara for tha
saaasjfaetiir .and aala of steel rail,"
said Mr. V varan or. "8 tat whan you
rat haard of araanavmenta of that
Mr. Corey susnlelous of thla ius
tlaa. Ha puraad up hi lip, looked at
th ratline and aekad:
"What art you leading up to?"
Finally ha Jd:
N ejosebt I hoard of It before, but I
didn't taarn particularly of It until 1 bs
earas Praaldant of tha Carnagla fltol
flompany In April. 1ML"
"Thar u no limit to th amount tha
member of the pool could aall, waa
"No." rafHtad Corey
"And snnwimca th; oversul 1 the
perron ts allot ted to fkam?"
"Hometlmse thoy did."
Corey admitted there waa competi
tion In th aala of other railroad aup
lla at that tint.
"It waa th dealr of tha Carnegie
'"ompHiiy to maintain It relatione
wlili th railroad, an that If the pool
broke up yoii would bn able to ll tn
thorn again, waan't It?"
"ThaiV right." aald Corny.
COULDN'T RECALL SPCCrFrC
INSTANCES OF COMPETITION.
Mr Severs m-e sntaTht to enow by the
NlMea that Oil .r,nrnttrin had mm.
pote.l with foreign urodueere In neutral
nmrkne, hut Mr ..ray waa unable to
M"nttfv allecd f- Iflo Inetanre when
tber wr vailed to hie attention.
Rktgpl In the atael rail market, Mr
''orey tetlfld, the Tennessee Coal nnl
Iron Company had not been the corpor
"Whn th T C. T. aa taken oswr."
Mr. Corey i'M -I ' I .ivf..t I th
plant an. I mad a verbal Tport to the
Ananr-e commute that tS.nwi.ina a year
for flv year would It r.iu1rd to re
tvilld li plants and hulld nw nn
At th rnd of tha tlm. I thought, T.
C T. could be made a dividend payer
for the corporation."
"Didn't It cot tha T. C. I. more
than any other company to make
Th cot wea high and there wee
"In view of that fact and the larg
investment In the property, would you
eay that ompUtlnn between the T. C
and I , and tho rail mtlle In th North
would have amount! to eriythlnu?"
"In my opinion tho competition on
rail from th T. C. and L would hve
bn conrlniwd." Mr. 'ory replied
"t think that -a. thin a abort tlm the
T. C. and I. could hav been ajl to
reduce it coat; furthermore, I think I
ttl Internet who controlled th T. 0. j
and I MM pmciM a nutanc value on
the pnwM-rty arid would have continued
HelEtmr on th enpreaelon "nuleence
valu.' Mr. Hen-eranc aaked if John W.
Intra had not "ifreniiently euggaatid"
to him that the Reel i 'or poratlon pur
chaae th T. ft and 1.
"I don't recolleot HM he over made
an offer, but tie eppewed anxlnaje to
bring th value of the property to mv
attention. He a Id the r C. A I. mit
cheap at (X0 a ahare T Invariably told
him tha-t I thought h wa albout $
Wo high "
Mr. Cott added ttml at the time of
rbe neantlatlnna for the eel of the T
-. T. to the Corporation h had no
concurred in the sairrhoae. He aald that
't hnrl been aet forth nt th meattrag of
financier at the Morgan Library during
the 1HW rm.nl. that 1t wna necessary for
th OnrporaJlon to ibuy the ttnok to atop
"I allll believed that th atook kg
worth only Wl a ahare," he aald.
"But you did finally conour"
"Tea; I made It unairrtmmi "
aim. who cot gowns
BY CLBVKR RISK, AND
IS FUSED BY COURT.
THINK SUMMER IS HERE
AND ARE GETTING BUSY.
Mild Weather Has Fooled Them and
Swamps and Water Barrels Are
Humming With Thriving Families.
Owing to the continued apall of hot
weather moaqultoaa are brooding In all
North Jereey awamp and every espoieu
water barrel la humming
Th majority of tho laborer, whoa
duty It I to oil or fill wamp, havf
been laid off for tha winter month, and
union there I a heavy froat tho aprlng
crop of Joraty 'canarlca" will be very
Thl problem, together with pondinK
legislation to abolish county mooqulto
commlMlon. I giving Union Count)
oommlialonrra a great deal of worry.
GIRL WHO POSED AS ,
MRS. LEW FIELDS TO
GET GJWNSIS FREED
Jmlpc Releases Vera towlins;,
Who Says l ove of Pretty
Clothes jt& to Her Arrest.
Vera Howling. prater aortoolgtri
of Revere, Maaa, who earn to thl etty
lt October, put up at th Hotel Aa
tor under th name of Pmncao Hol
lander aiul obtained rboinanda of dol
lar' worMi of gown and other wearing
apparel from merchant bv pretending
ahe waa Mr I,ew Fll 1. wife of lh
comedian, and who ha alnr been o
lournlng In the Tomb, was discharged
to-day on a auapend,! aaritanoa by
Judge o'ulllvan In (lenereJ 8aadona,
Tho Cathollo rrotoUve Hoolaty, ' of
wbkah Klnther I.vnoh la th hand, will
return tnV young ylrl to tier parent'
horn. Her rather Is an official In tha
C hetee rwn Nary Yard.
Bhe waa a very different girl In court
to-day than h waa at the time of her
arreot. Then one waa defiant and myr
terlicia Tn-day ahe waa contrite and
full o' explanation. Hhe
tyHulHvan love of fine eiotb
living had been reaionaible for bat
downfall. All the gowna and olotlUng
hea and tnitcr,
ehe obtalnd by nr mlrpraaentatlons
I weie returned la their rightful owner
Willi tha rxreption of a kimono gown
! valued at inn. wlilcb ahe said had baen
Hir hy th police at tha tlm of her
f. Thla gown la now In the hnjidjg
of the property clerk nt Polka HoaVd-
Ml Dowllng pleaded guilty to th
1 To1rlc larceny of two dreaaea and a
coat from Mm. BeroMeln, who con
ducta a tailoring et ai.l ; mirn t at No,
7IJ Hlth a .-nu. She bad the gowna
and tli coat eont to the Hotel Knlok
ecbonkrr, wher ska mat the meaaenger
and obtained th good. Sh claimed
at the lma tvn otie waa the daughter
of wealthy parent and waa attending
college InWttoratron of her story
brought to light the fart that aha had
run away from bar parenb' home,
SWEEPS UP A FORTUNE.
Waaaaa with Broom Recover Mr.
Oliver Harrlnama'a Brooek.
Mr. Mary Robertson of No 4 West
Porly-thlrd street unearthed a email for
tune with her broom, and It considerably
th richer for it to-day. Rh supports
thre rhl!drn by cleaning at tba Cri
terion Theatre, and while aweeping out
a box lt night her broom brought forth
a glittering object that proved to ba a
Aa ah entered th box-ofno to leave
It Mra. Oliver Harrlman of No. tl
Kaat Flfty-eecond street wst telephon
ing to say that gbs had dropped her
brooch. Mra. Robertson was shortly
admlting Mr. Hatiimnn's gcneroalty
a mu?h a Mr. Harrlman was admir
ing Mrs. Robrton'a honesty.
FEDERAL DIVORCE tAW
URGED BY COMMISSION.
Pleads for Uniformity tnd
Thxt States Ask for Arrajnd
merrt of Constitution.
anvcA.no, Jan. B. Tho IVJosa
roansrltsloti appointed to I
marriage and dlvorc lawn hag
tod a report Ofcat only In tha
Oovernmant waa relief from the
condition of tho law to b found. Tho
commla1oo eon si els of Judgss Xgam
nagh and fkaa and tho Bar. W, (X
waters. portion of Che report follows.
for thj skBuMtf and sisi eaown. Bath
ssiligi and dBiaisa laws through the
Union should ha amlfin in To this and
a Fsaaial aver on suarrsaBs aaaf atrorce
a wkuti. That kt tha only
wmr vra nan away with the canoor
of traodolant dlroroa. Wo suggest a
Baroaa of Dlrorca, where every appll
oaot tor Ofottio must apply and submit
to an tnaraatlgatlon. In th last fifty
hag arowa thro and a
aa fast as th population.
10O, "KM drrorcea granted la
WO. and there were 150.000 drrorc or-
phana, mootly nwdor tsn year of ssja."
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY TEARS AOO almost a-rery mother thooght her child mmt ham
PAREOOBIO or laudanum to make it aloop. Those drags will produce
aleep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MAJT? will produce the BLEEP
tunu WfttnU THF.RR IA NO WAatTNO Kane am the children who
hare teen killed or wboaa tataith kaa haan rataod far Ufa by paregoric, lauda-
num and morphine, each of winch. Is a narcotic product of opium.
are prohibited from sealing; OttBer of tke
Horahoimd and Tar
When II tehee Again I'ss
nke'e Toothache lire.
i named to children at all, or
to anybody without labelling harm poison." The definition of " narcotio"
is t "A medicine which rtUevea pain and produce aleep, but which in poUon-
e rfoeae nmrftuv srnnor. ootnri. eonvuunona ana amain. i no uaui euu
II of medicines oooiaanmg opium an
of " Drops,'' " trdlals,' " Soothing Syr
medicine to hk given
of what it la comnoi
of Chaa. H . Fletober.
ilrnnlno Castoria klwkya hear the Ignatgreef
smell of medicines containing opium are diagniaed, and sold under the names
dials, " Hootking wyrups," to. ioa gnonia not permit any
yen to your obildrea without too or your physician know
noosed. CASTORIA DO EH NOT
anCS, if It bean thgllgBirs gdj -
Hmlt a Century in Bueinet.
The risk of neglect
and the risk of harmful
fitting are avoided by
the Ehrlich eye services
Why not be sure?
Eyas Examined Without Charge
by Registered Eye Physician.
Perfect Kitting Glasses, It.SO to
2l7Brotdway, Ait or Houm
22) Siith Ave, 1 5th St. 350 Sixth Ave.. 22d SB
101 Natuu. Ann St. 17 Wett 42d New York
496 Fulton St., Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn
DELICIOUS " SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR A
BAD LIVER OR SLUGGISH BOWELS.
This gentle, effective fruit laxative thoroughly cleans
your utoinach, liver and 80 feet of bowels of sour
bile, poisons, gases and clogged-up waste.
A harmle rure for airk headache,
for tnlioiianraa, for a aour, gasay, dis
ordered stomach, for roiialipatinn, in
digeJtlon. coated tongue, aallowneai,
fimple lake delicious Svrup sj Figt.
or ths came of all theae trouble
lie in a torpid liver and sluggish con
dition of your thirty feet of bowels.
A teaspoonful of Syrup of Pigs
to-night means all poiaonnut waste
matter, the undigested, fermenting
food and sour bile, gently moved on
snd out of your system hy morning,
without griping, nausea or weakness.
It means a cheery day to-morrow
many bright days thereafter.
Please don't think of gentle, effective
Syrup of Figs as a phytic. Doa't think
you are drugging yourself, for luscious
figs, senna and aromatic cannot in
jur any one.
This remarkahle fruit preparation ia
a wonderful stomach, liver and bowel
cleanser, regulator snd tonic, the
safest and most potitire ever devised
Th .1... ..f ;..!.. - - i
... J veaaapaai fjuiaeiitca. Burn
as caiomei. puis, salts and castor oil,
is past. They were all wrong. You
tfot relief, hut at akil . .nil Tl
acted by flooding the bowels with
flu Ida hut hM. nuiH. j
juices. Syrup of Figs embody only
1 I ... 1 : . l ...
aaai wim luiiiin, wmi u act in a
natural way. It does what right food
would An what Mllae ll. ' 1...!.
t " , vm vi I run
and what plenty of exercise will do
tor me uvcr, siomecn ana bowels.
Be sure you get the old reliable and
genuine. Ask your druggist for the
full name. "Syrup ..f Figs and Elixir
of Senna." prepared by The California
Fig Syrup Company. Hand back, witk
corn, any Fig Syrup imitation recom
mended as "jtut as good."
Are Being Shown At The New Grand
Central Palace By the Following; Exhibitors
ms Teak City
Moton Truck Co
Ward Motor Vehicle Co
Mew Yost Chy
Wareriey Co '
In New York City Electric Vehicles are Sold by
Coople Oear Co. Tf Broad amy
Plaid Heetrie Ban
sad Aster Place (Passenger)
I VahleU Oa kaa
Motor ComDaarr tT. ft
tl SO Chnrch skrfeaae i i
Track Co of America 17 isj
llsnisn Blsrtrto ftTnlt nulligni Agts)
Broadway and Mth St. (Passeosjox)
Gassotal Motors Track Co kkO Waat .Kh
Qeoeral VahicU Co-stM fifth Aire (Cosa
tlat) Healey OoMM Broadway (Paaaongral
llupp-Yeats Electric Car Co 1M9 Branat
way (Paaseoger and Cnnmirilsl)
I PitteWoCh Wt Jth Aaaaaa
Ranch Let WOO Taiiaadnai (Pns-
ndbaher Bros Co of N Y Broadway
aadMtkSt QMMBjB seal Cxromerciai)
Walker VofaMa Co-SO Cbtveh St (Corn
Wsd Mates Vehicle Cb-Coocard Ave
snd Bast 143rd St (Caenraarrctel)
Wareriey Electric (roortnor Motor Car Co
Agents) IW Broadway f injif)
55 Duane Street
York Erdison Company
At Your Service
Phone Worth 31
Brmtieh Office, for the Cogrrtwienco of the Public:
Automobile BuroBu: 124 Weet 42d St
Lord & Taylor
Important Clearance Sales for Tomorrow, Saturday
Offering Extraordinary Values in
Women :s Misses' and Girls9 Winter Garments
Women 's Winter Coats
Astrachan Cloth Coats
Handsomely lined throughout one of t jA en
the smartest AO-inch models of the
season. fc Value $35.00
Chinchilla Coats )
60 inches long, in ell the mostpopuler $IC00
Winter colorings. Value $30.00 J
Chinchilla Coats 1
A smart model in Oxford, nary and Sjo.so
brown. Value $2fi.00l
Touring & Rain Coats
A Manufacturer's Stock
Mnde of the smartest English Mixtures,
Gaberdines and Cravenettea.
Values to $30.00
January Clearance Sale
W imen !s Fur Coats
Muffs & Scarfs
Pony Conts .$37.50-Value $82.50
Seal-Dyed Coney Coats $62.50 Value $95.00
Mole-Dyed Coney Coats $87.50 Value $185.00
Marmot Coats $75.00 Value $95.00
Natural Raccoon $22.50
Blue Wolf $26.50
Seal-Dyed Muskrat $37.50
Full Length Coats
in Mole, Persian Lamb, Seal-Dyed Muskrat
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Girls' Winter "Dresses
of Our Entire Stock of
Values up to $12.50,
The sizes are 4 to 14 years (incomplete). Ma
terials: Velvets, Corduroys, Plaids, Shepherd
Checks, Serges and Cheviots. Russian, one
piece and box pleated models. All splendidly
tailored and trimmed.
Also Clearance of
Misses 9 & Juniors 9 Winter Coats
Values up to $22.50
Made of Novell y Mixtures, Cheviots, Chin
chillas, body lined and some lined throughout;
Advance Spring Models in
Children's Tub Dresses
of Ginghams, Percales, Shepherd Checks,
Plaids and Stripes in all the new colorings.
$r39 Si .5 & $2.85
Values $1.95 to $4.95.
Clearance Sale of
Infants3 Coats, Hats &
Boys 3 Wash Suits
$2.45, $4.50 $6. 50
Formerly $4.95 to $15.00
Caps 8f Hats . . cOC to $750
Formerly 95c to $19.50
Boys' Wash Suits Qc, $1.45, $1.95
Formerly $2.(M) to $3.95
27 E. 125th St Hariern 4020
362 E. 149th St Melreee 3340
124 W. 42d St Bryant 5262
839 ThW Awe. Plug, 6543
St. Ore herd I960
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave; 19th St.