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SUPREME COURT ON
Reasonable Restraint" Clause
Attacked by Interstate Com
mittee in Report.
DANGERS POINTED OUT.
Unwilling to Repose Undefined
Powers in Court Want
Sherman Law Changes.
WAS! US' WTO. Feb 17 -The Su
premo Court'a eo-rn!ld mmllflratlon of
tli" Sherman Antl-Truat law to Invoke
"lb rul of MM" In dtcMoni upon
reetralnte of trad la attacked In Tig
oreua trrmi In a rejiit preannti-cl to th
Senate by tha Interstate t'ommeroe
Oommlttee to-duy, which polnta out t'
.lamcer of "unontrolletl and unsullied
Judical dlacretlnn" and makee rmphatle
demaixl fur ainendmciite to the Hher
raan law t remove from the court tha
PVit to dot. rmlne what are "reaaon
ante" n-etratots of trade.
t ' report II the result of the com.
aJUoe': Ion Inveatigation Into tha oper
ation of the antl-truat law. The com-tnllirtr-
recommends new lawa to define
efcartjy what combinations arr unlaw
Hfl, p that both the buatnee InteraatK
BROKE OUT INTO
MASS OF E
Started WHfva Few Plmplw. Spread
far Face and Neck. So Bad
Attorned to Go Outdoor. Cure
Completed In Three Weeks by
Cutioure Seap and Ointment.
M Aaiatord Be.. HaWl
SroubU etaataa aMt SMS
few mmm i
made, them wwy
rubbe them ua
ken a uhlu
wa mmm gn IM eWHntll
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Curteure Soar wmd OaaaaaS 1 tastes I
would at less aa en enfant iW I
bad oaed the anas I BnjaMaM pan
result tba I I anal M .safe af Canawasn
Soap aoat baa ef CssShsara anaa aasl
ruDy" onopieted." mm I eV? BlTl TZj
Sap, ao. Mil.
and the rourta nlll hive a standard
upon which to proofed
It rc.m.meride a Federal fnterata!"
Corporation f'ummlaalon, with power t
enperrlae rvrporat'..nI pmaa n nrel -
prova eomMna'l.in and agreement
and take over the work of dissolving
Illegal corporations, ewtfi aa the .Hi.it:
diird Oil Company or the Amerlnan To
SUBSTITUTES THE COURT IN
PLACE OF CONGRESS.
Common tin a: uTK,n the derision of the
Suprmne rotjrt 1n rhe Standard Oil cue.
n which the; "rule of reason" waa eallel
n. the report, written by flenator Cum-
"The rnntmlttee baa fall oonfldesre
In tha Intern y, latalllf aso aad
patriot! am of th Supreme Court of
tha TJnlted State, tat It is anwUllnf
to repnae In that court, or any other
court, th vast as! nndeflnefl power
whleh It must eaerclee la th edmla
latrattoa of tha atatatee under tha
rul which It hae promnlerated.
"tl enbatltntee th court In th plaea
of ConeTTMS, fat whenever the rul 1
Invoked th court rtoee not admlnletsr
th law, hat makee the law."
II It continue In force, the Federal
I'mirta will, o far a reatralrit of trad,
la concerned, mnkc a common law for
the Unite! Htatn Just eve tba KncHah
Courts have made n ornmon law for
"The people of llil country will not
permit the court to doclar a pollcry
for them with reapoct to Dili ilef
If wa do not promptly ritrclaa our
leialatlve jxmcr, tho court will au(Tr
ImnicMUTaWn Injury In toe loae of thet
reafiart and confldenc ao eaaentlal to
their uaefulnoae It I Incon. elml'l I
that In a country that la soverncd hy
a written constitution ami atatute liiw.
that Lhe oourtt can ho poruilttcd to
t 1 t each natralnt of trad by the
eioiiotrelc atandard wlilih the Individual
member of the court may happen to
"Aa tha antl-truat atntute la now con
atrucd," alda the report, "It la Impoa
albls for any aaroclatlon of men. bow
ever dllltji-nt they may be In eeeklnal
advice and hem ever willing to follow It.
to know whether What they ro doing,
or what they are about to do, will ua
ultimately found by the Supreme Court
to be a due or an undue rertrajnt of
POINTS TO STEEL TRUST UIT
TO BE DECIDED.
In tha further orltlclem of th Supreme
Court'a "nil of reaon" the Cummin
report direct attention to the fact that
tha Government' ault for dlaaolutlon
of tba United etataa Steel Corporation
Will ultimately come before th Supreme
"In th end, nine Juatlc of th Su
prern Court will be aakd to aay
whether tba restraint of trad brought
about through thl combination I a
due or undue restraint," auya th re
port, "and the aaawar each Justice
makes to that question will depend upon
bis Individual opinion aa an economist
or eootologlit, th oonclua1on of tha
court being aa act of legislation paaaed
by th judicial branch of tha Govern
ment to At a particular car.
"It w do not speedily prescribe, In so
far aa wa can, a lftiatlv rul hy
whlah to maaaur th form of contract
Or oambt nation in restraint of trade
wit whlah wa ar familiar, or which
wa oaa antlolpate, we oeaae to be a
SOI1 umwvt of law and beoome a gov
ernment of man; and moreover, of a
Tory few men, and they appoint ad by
THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, lt13.
USURER FREE ON $500 FINE.
ON LAST STRETCH
IN DRIVING RAIN
"Gttl." Jones's Army Proposes
to Camp To-night Kight Miles
"Ulelnlerpretrd Lave," aaya f.'oaaerl
for I. nan Shark Itrndle.
lacob Ilrodle, who waa convicted In
the f'onrt of BpSeMVI Heeelona a wc'
oo at iiaury, waa flrovl $.Vin by Juatlcen
RtSSSSlI, Bstlst and M' lnerney to-day.
Ilrodle, who formerly hnd an office at
No, lis N'nasau etreet, was convicted of
exnotlng $10 Intereit on a loan of fit, ho
made to a policeman In Mav laat. Hie
OSBMslj Aaaemblvm.in Anron Levy,
anld In Jlrodle'a behalf that hta oM"nt
waa one erf a doaen money lenders who
bid misinterpreted the law.
I.eo Kohn. mansKer of the Acme Se
curlty CSffipany at No. lifd llroadwny,
pleaded guilty of charKln 111 inter
on n 140 loan for four months
One dose Papa's Cold Compound
fires relief from colds and
grippe No Quinine used.
YOUR U-ot)d. kMAdhfc
TO REMOVE DWCDTOFF
I.M HrJl., Md , Feb. 27. A downpour
of rain did not dlepd the Joyona ex
ler'tntlon of the aiiri'ralt army to-day
the realisation that they are now on the
' 'home-stri't' -h" of their bike from New
York to Waahlnglon. The blkara took
to the road at o'clork en route to
"lenrral" rloaaieg .lone wants to
reaoh thn Maryland village, which Is
only about eight ml', a from Washing
ton, some time this f IWftOSS, If the
army" avix ara fragh enontch after this
twelve nille liuir. h. ' ';. r . il" Jones
msy push on to ll'alneeluirg, a courde
or mllns nearer the national capital.
The an (Trn ere I te want to make oa
e-av a rhow aa Ksl1le to-morrow
when they march Into Wnshlnalon, nnd
do not want too Ions a hike sinner
muddy roads hefore they tramp through
the city streets.
This wss the second rnlny day the I
marcher have encountered !nce lenv
ISSJ Now York, but the enthusleam be
Sattag the hike wa, almost concluded .
overcajtin the disadvantage of the wa
ter aoakeil ronda.
"A little rain dnean't bother us In the
least," said Col. Craft. "After golnit
through the tortures of marching
through Maryland mud this sort of
westher nnd the roads we now have
ahead of us are cnay."
Will Nerd Help Mann.
(Pent the It KestneMsn.)
A tiniaa meeting of "ur cltlsens will be
held In a day or two to lake steps to
rescue Hl'm Pickens from the old cistern '
that he fell In a night or two ago while
Setas home from the moonshine eat III as
Musket Ridge. This Is a matter that 1
should be at tended to as soon ua la con
venient, bgOSttla th water Is rlalng.
BMALUMT iti.n ni.ir.
(Freni Ibf rihk asn Tribune.)
The Miallesl reaublTe is not san m.
irlno, as uaually ruppoaed. hut the dim n
utlve Island Tnvolara, about aeven and
one-half m lea off the coast of Sardinia.
ThJa laland la only one and one-fifth
miles wide, nnd Itn whole population
number but W, fit lt.KI Tavolarn waa
grnnt.sl IndependgfC hy Carl Albert,
I n.iu imiinruiii mumm fae
i title of King under the nam of Paul L
1 I ... ffn 1 CC 1 , .,L. ... .
larlana proclaimed the republic, and, ac
cording to their Conatlrutlnn, a Presi
dent Is elected every ten years.
You will rlialinctly feel your cold
In-raking and nil the grippe aymplnma
leaving after taking the very firal dose.
It ia a positive fart that rape's Cold
Compound, taken every two hnura, until
three consecutive dosea are taken, will
end I lie nappe and lireak up tfce moat
severe cold, either in the head, cheat,
back, atomach or limbs.
It promptly relieve, the mott mia
erablc headache, dulnc.a, head and
nose atuffcil up, feveriahneaa, aneer.ing,
1 aorr throat, running of the noae. mu
I cons alarrhal diarhargca. soreness, atiff-
neaa and rheumatic twingra.
(iel a 45-cent package of "Pape'a Cold
I Compound'' from your druggiat and take
it with the knowledge that It will posi
tively and promptly cure your cold and
end all the griptic misery; without any aa
aiatanre or bal nfter-efferta, and that It
rontaina no quinine don't accept some
thing clac ail tn be just as good. Tastca
nice arts gently.
X g?L A A or
6th Avenue at 31st Street
The Sale Of
Women's 3.50 & $4
Radcliffe Shoes at 1.90
Is Better Than Ever.
Owing to the splendid success of the
sale of our recent purchase of the Radcliffe
Co.'s surplus stock at
50c on the Dollar
a lot of well known $5 brand low shoes
was offered to us at a special price conces
sion. They will also be included at the spe
cial price of 1 .90.
Radcliffe Co.'s Shoes
come in all sizes, in tan
calf and kidskin, black
suede and calfskin, also
white Nubuck; all have i
welted soles; some styles
come in sizes I to 9.
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WtHAT wa UOTX.
frross the rsulsdelrMs Bx rl)
ETs Mtonlahmg bow proa parous we
should he If there were no waste and
koessa We are now told that cattle
tleke coat the oonutry 100.000.0ou a year.
If wa remember aright, the Department
of Asrleulbara baa told ua that rata
cost ua aa much aa that, and several
vm.r varsviiv vi vwiuain auea injurivue
aaawawai ran ua or as muon or larger
soma. Th underwriter tail ua that
nearly all the tH9.O0O.O0O a year we lose
In eoaAaxratlone la preventable, and the
doctors tall u that the greater part of
lokneaa, which la a tremendous drain
oa Individual and national resource.,
I preventable Horn Urn w may stop
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Women's Low Shoes in
all styles and leathers;
well known $5 shoes that
all smart dressers call for
every day. A special buy
ing opportunity; our spe
cial price 1.90.
Women's Sample Shoes, 95c
3,000 pairs of Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps and
Colonials, which have served their purpose as
samples of the maker's best styles; every
good leather; sizes 3V, 4 and 4Vji A and B
widths. If you wear sample sizes, here is
your chance to secure a bargain.
Guaranteed Silk Hose, 69c
In conjunction with the Shoe Sale we are offer
inn Women's Silk Hose, in (Hine heavy quality, guar
anteed to give three months' wear. Over twenty
one wanted shades, also white and black; all sizes.
fH AT Something you want
X in a
PAID MAIL ORDERS
SENT PARCELS POST PREPAID
corset you don't find
In fine materials alone. You
don't find it alone in clever
designing; nor alone in per
The Something Is in the
skillful combination of all
three things. And this com
bination, if perfect, always
The CB a la Splrite Corset
has the Something. There is
one particular corset among
the 240 different CB models
that is made especially for
your type of figure. Examine
this model at your favorite
store today. The corset
fitter will help you find it.
CB Corsets are constructed of beat materials with the skill gained by
40 aad more years of expert corset making. Prices $x to $10.
THE Standard Everywhere For The Woman of Fashion
m l ST
j 1 i j 1 1 1 . a m
Art of imported French kid for
those men and women who are
fastidious in their appearance.
For smart dressers who insist'
that their ghees be equal to and
in harmony with the rest of their
garments I ff ff
Dsn'f merely bay gloves buy
Perrin's. ae .c ae
You can gtl the Pert in ghee In e-v
most good shops if you insist. f V
All Ptttln iiit V.
im . ri..L '
vw eea as V
One Day Left to Buy
Worth Double Its Cost
Some at 10 Per Cent. Off; Some at 25 Per
Cent. Off; Some at 33 1-3 Per Cent. Off;
and a Large Collection at Exactty Half
Tomorrow closes the February Furniture Sale, and with it
the opportunity to buy this pood Wanamaker furniture at frac
tions of its regular prices. On Saturday morning every price-tag
on the floors returns to its original figures. This is our regular
custom. Without it, February Sale figures would have no
February Sale prices would mean nothing if the suites and
Eieces themselves were not in most instances remarkably fine and
eautiful, and in every instance thoroughly good. .
Fourth. Fifth. .Sixth and Seventh galleries, New Buildin,.
Specially Good at $1
Kvcr so many girls nrr on the lookout for pretty wuiats.
Those arc just the kind they want. Sufficiently lacy, daintily
trimmed with embroidery, all of crisp, sheer lawn and voile.
Only one or two of a kind, all samples, all just out of
the boxes all quite as good as regular $1.50 sorts.
Lingerie Waists for Spring
Fresh, new ones, in all white and white with color, provide
pleasant choice for $2.
This Girls' Specialty Shop has plenty of extra good
things for everv one of our young girl patrons.
Third Uoor. Old Building
Women's High Shoes
Wide choice of $4
. and $5 shoes for
in black, tan &
worth $4 and
for equally good
$4 and $5
in black Russia
calf and black
94 and 95, for
Ftrvrc Importation of
New Fancy Socks
When the Wanamaker holier
chief selected these little itockisgi
in Chemniti he chose quality first
and then design. So not only the
smartest spring pattern are in
this shipment but also the beet
wearing socks procurable at lbs
I.isle tocks with Roman-striped
t ops are among the newest . Picture
bow quaint they would look with
Roman-striped sashes or hair-bows.
35c, three pairs for SI.
Dark cotton socks with plaid
cashmere topa are another innova
tion and are supposed to "stay up,"
Quaint "block" tops, tartan plaid
ruffs, odd shot effects, all-over
striped socks such as little English,
rhildrea wear all these and many
more, made of good quality lisle,
are SAc pair.
For twttcr wear white open
work lisle socks, with striped tops
in delicate shades, 30c pair; spun
silk socks at iOc to 05c pair, accord
ing to site.
Main floor. Old Building.
Women's Low Shoes
(Subway floor. Old Bldg )
When Price Is
Women's afternoon and
limousine wraps of rich ma
terials may now be had at
SS0, originally $8S to $1 12.
$40, originally $65.
!U0, originally Si7.S0 to S4S.
$19.50, originally $21.50 to S38.
Majority are trimmed with
Second floor, Old Building.
Fine Silk Blouses, $3.75
Wind-up of $5 and better blouses. Chiffon,
taffeta, net and mcssaline dark and light
"Your blouses are the prettiest I have
seen anywhere," customers are good enough
to tell us every little while.
Third floor. Old Building
Let Them Romp in
Even the baby girl. Comfortable, ser
viceable little garments that can't tear and
may be washed every day without hurting
Plenty of good kinds in the Children's
Creeper styles, in checked chambray, 50c.
Sizes 1 and 8 years. S
Bloomer styles with yoke, in plain blue,
pink and tan cbambrny, 50c.
(Third floor. Old Building.)
We have just found a number of perfectly
good suits that have overstayed their wel
come. Tomorrow, Friday, they will be hurried
Their early season prices were 930 to 945.
Women's Salon ot Dress Second Boor, Old Bldg.
Girls' Lawn Quimpes
Every girl needs a goodly supply of these
useful garments which transform a low-neck
dress into a high-neck one and always
freshen up a frock.
Tucked white lawn, embroidery trimmed,
50c; lace trimmed, 75c; finer material, 84c.
All nicely made to fit smoothly.
Sises 4 to 14 years.
ITnird floor. Old Bldg.)
Last of the Silver Sale
This annual sale has been the most successful on record.
Only a piece left here and there of all the great collection with which this
There is only one Wanamaker Silver Sale a year.
Not for a full eleven months will there be another such opportunity to choose
fine sterling silver at practically your own price.
some of the New Prices
Bread tray, 910.50, regularly 918.
Baking dishes, 927.50, regularly 950.
Asparagus dishes, 927, regularly 950
a .-, An . a
Prire Kimi SA AH tr HOT rnmilnrlv Ml 9 tn tKK
Vnscs, $0.75 to 915, regularly 913.50 to $go!
Ice cream plates, 93.75, regularly 97.50.
Ice cream platters, 917.50, regulurly 935.
Meat dishes, 10-inch, 913.50, regularly $20.
Meat dishes, 12-inch, 918, regularly 930.
Meat dishes, 14-inch, 924, regularly 940.
Meat dishes, 18-inch, 942, regularly 972.
Meat dishes, 20-inch, 940, regularly 900.
Meat dishes, 22-inch, 965, regularly 9115.
Meat dishes, 20-inch, well and tree, 908, reg
Meat dishes, 22-inch, well and tree, 975, reg
Round waiters, 14-inch, 931, regularly $50
Cheese holder, $6.75, regularly 913.50.
Candlesticks, 94.50, regularly 98.75.
Punch Bowls. 985, regularly 9U0.
Berry bowls, 910.30 to 932, regularly 918 lo
Fruit dish. US. regularly $78.
Tomorrow night closes this Silver Sale
will end with it.
Plateaus, 8-inch, 98 to $5.50, regularly 95 to
Vase with glass lining, 95.75, regularly 910.
Mayonnaise dish of glass, silver-mounted,
93.25, regularly 96.50.
Mayonnaise dish with chine lining, 96.50.
Mustard pots, 93 to 94, regularly 95.25 to 97.
Ice tea glasses, 93.75, regularly 96.50.
(.inger ale bottle holders, 95.25, regularly
Cracker jar, glass, silver top, $0, .regularly 912.
Cigar jar, glass, silver top, 94, regularly 98.
Sugar and cream sets, 98, regularly 910.
Tete-a-tete set, 921.50, regularly 988.
Bon bon dishes, 96.50, regularly 918.
Sandwich trays, 99, regularly 918.
v rumD scraper and tray, 91, regularly 942.
and, of course, all these prices
Silver Court Main Boor, Old Building.