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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1913.
fomim res Oommlaemnsr was pon-flmi-d.
but that of MirM' CM re
ferred to the Interstate (Vmmiwi
Commlnnlon for conference.
WILSON SAYS M'COMBS WILL
GET DIPLOMATIC POST.
Vn ., r. t , .n Mill thl nominatlona
Of-members of Hie Cabinet, I'reeident
ITUsoa tn-J announced thai Na
Vdnal Democratic (.'num. an William V.
,al(cnih ..ad neon otfarod or,. of th
fit diplomatic pogg Tm. ft ildnt
'Those who know my admlratloa
aid affection for Willi am r. Me
Combe win naturally wtaosr why
hla aama la aot oa the C bluet Uat.
Mr. McCoabi told ma ma' he did
aot daalra a Cebiaet appointment.
I beee offered Mai oaa of the prin
cipal diplomatic poata and ess a till
hopiag tbat ba win aecapt It. I da
alra una of Oaklaat alia for tee
chlaf foreign appolntmeata."
It la ballavad Mr. Mr-Comha will ba ,
named aa Ambassador to France.
Takes first white house1
breakfast with family.
President Wlissei had arlsaa aaata '
h.iil arlien early
an.: breakfaatrd In
eakfaalrd In t... nrlvate dining-
of tha White II. man alth Mrs.
Wllaon and thrlr dauaMnra. St.nrtlv
altar o'clock ha walkad to bla ofllre ' down In trie WW) PlMMst l a roi.nl .,s
to lakr up iha bualnes- of thr nation, bind basket of roe Mrher llun Mi
Tbo flrat vlaltora tti hla ofllra -c had.
warn, folk fiWl Naw Jersey. In live Hd turned to hla aa -clary t.. look
texirahe about thirty of tbam MM to ' "Ver mall, b.l thr irowwi or slgh:
wltnaaa the swearing In nf Joseph I aeari ap.ad k.rn through the a . la np.-n
Tumulty aa Secretary to tlia I'reeidi nt, j doors of hla room. Mr- r.ped, and in a
el aaldent Wllaon rititw Int i m- room
Juan aa Secretary Tumulty ha4 laaoa ltt
"Ton look Juan h( m imt aa I'rradant
Ml you 4id ahrn you were taovarnor. "
romaraad Beaator J. Warren Uuvid. with
wbuqg Mr. Wllaon waa Intlnuitely .doiill-
rl M aOL-umpiaabina oiriui auon ruli.rni
Maw Jai ae.
lata Praaalanl replied iherf ha fait Juat
fata ammo, lia ahook banda with l ie
Marty and a ho Wed tbam hla wn office.
Chariea It. Crane of Clilcago, vice
llliiiiaii of the finance oonunlttto of
Oaa Wllaon campaign, waa nn early
caller Mr. Crane baa frequently Oeen
tsantlonrd alm-a the campaign for a
dlpkmiatlc poat. It la ornnalderrd prob-
le will become ambaaaadaar to
MW CABINET HOLDS ITS FIRST
The meiubera of the naw Cabinet ar
rive J while Prealdtnt Wllaon . talk
ing with Mr. Crsoa
After a ihort aeaalOB tha membera of
CM Cabinet left the Whlta II. mar and
.Went to the varluua departmenla. Mr.
KfMx erected Uryan at tha Htate Da
ta hm ant.
Mr. Dairlala waa aaooried to Iha Maty
Krpartment. where Mr. Mayor (reeled
bill. A almllar acene waa la progreaj
l tha War Di-partincnt where, Mr.
Xmaon Introduced Mr. Oarrlaon. Major
Herat laeonard Wood, In aeoordance
wlik the army refulatluna, will continue
to eUauhareTe Iha dutlca of chlaf of
atejL until tbo cloae of to-day ot leatt.
TSafj automatleally ba will be relieved
fnfra Ike detail and Major-Oeneral
aba aaalBtani chlaf of
'aot ae Jktf until Prewidont
Iton makea a permanent dealt nation.
.lamca C. MoHoytidlda. the new At tor-nt-y-Uentral.
apant aavaral houro con
ferrlnx with Mr. Wlckaraham at the
Ueoarunent of Juatlee. Tbo two want
Vr moat of lAo importaat antl-truot
a. ilia now In the courta and the freat
number of antl-truet Inveatlaatlona now
aftlder a ay. Mr. Wlckeraham turnril
Vwf to hla aucceaaor the rapurt of Al
euma a Chartea B. Morrlaon and Oliver
j: Paean regarding tha Oovernment'i
Inveatkfatlun of tue HUndard Oil Com
partrV to determine whether the dlaaol
uttoa decree had been violated.
VWn Mr. Bryan returned later to
the Iviilte Ilouae for a ihort confer
tnctf with the PreeldenL frianda Inter-
repted blm and urged that the name of
JJIrpore W. Hurot of Cbloaco be con
aldjored for the poat nf Mlnleter to
KANDIIS SLATED FOR AN
UkOctkru of the phyalcal valuailon
Brwtoo of the Interotatt Commerce Com
mtaoton may fall to Kcv.li 1. Urandete,
he Boeton "pooote'e nttornoy," aocord
lag) go report bare 1 -day. II waa un
deratood that I'roaldent Wlloon at Bret
ontomplated making Urandel una of
(he lateratate Com mwroe ComroiMluneri,
but later abandoned that Idea, hla nom
tnanon of John II. Marble to eucceed
BYanklln K. Lane and that uf Bdgar
M. Clark 10 eucceed hlmeeir being tent
It waa aleo reported that Branded
would be one of the experta authorlted
by the oommlaelon to make the prone.
aa contemplated tn tbo Adam eon-La
Coaamleteoner tlamante'a term expiree
en Dee. B, and It waa reported herr th it
If Brandela waa not dealgnated aa apa
CteJ expert under the rommltilon, be
might obtain Oementa'a place.
Hjureet Cleaning Commlaeloner "Big
Bill" Edwarde and Dudley 1-Mald Malone
Art- mentioned for Collect.- of the Port
of New York. It la believed Henry A
Warn will hold over for a-. ma tim- a
Federal Dlatricl-Atloriwy r New York.
The capital aeok to-day to tlnd
Otreeta littered wltb gab rig utter tne
Lppuguialloti paiada Thonaanda of
Vo Oelebrantf already are homewanl
ai.il. for during tka night train after
rMTii J. partaaL filled t'i overflowing,
r the norm, aoutb, eaat and weat.
Aitlotoua lOvnaJ attended Hie flTlttt In
vga) aarly houia of the day Tired an 1
tali ten! travallcra at the I'mon bla
Hon niahud the thin Hue of poll.c,
brtialK d ' In ni aaldt arid tore down tne
'efun-burred Hater fiat led lo the train
aki .1 alio 'in- Ioiik line of waiting rall
iuf 1 .. .. nra. ttuoeauueul effuita 10
Ua) U-.e in. -:n H. 'c futile Aa a reauit
iiiOT Loni ied arong tralna.
jrMEN FAINT IN CRUSH AT
'Ti.e acenea In tha atatinn warn tumu.
BO -State troopa and march. n lutia
)' the Ii'.k building reaound with tht
Mlgre uf 1 tier banda Women fain'ed
Ml iha cruah. To make mat tare worae,
the lupply of drinking water, aJthojgn
ample, eould not be ullliaed freely be
cauae of tha law aaalnet the uae uf the
cpaimun drinking OUP Home grmua
ueid the butt of hla muaket to amain
ln!o fragmenta the giaxa front of a 1 on
thiner uf t!ie individual paper run .01 1
bU lead waa followed. All were wrecked.
II waa eatlmated tbat upward of MO, 'aft
per eon a wllneaael yeaterday'a ceie
Maiea. Hy to-night the greater part
01 Una vaal crowd, It la expected, will
oj on tie homeward wax The rallroadi
WILSON USES CM AIR,
OLD AND BATTERED,
LEFT BY ROOSEVELT.
WAMMIrtOTOct, Marfti -for
fw dayl I'rra.dent Wilson will "it
bi hind the desk In hi private office
.1 a chair that wa II Ma by former
'resident Ro m alt
Tlie 'hair Mr Ta OOesjSaee! waa
ilttt.ped fb Maw Haven. ltef..fe ha
lall the While lipase ha ordered
ar.o.h- r for his successor exactly
UM IM MM ha used, but II has n I
Tha llooa. vf.t chair Is old slid bat
le.e.l. but ..I g ,od for aervlce.
had p .-pared 'or the strain i who Ii I
thrlr art. ai anvamm:. woo.il ba MM
anii the extensive tarmiri.il vat-da tnti
bio kail with cart. whr. p.a:ttiru etiajlrios
wfa batd In readiness to MOVt tharn
VICE PRESIDENT GETS PACE FOH
I Via.Praa..ifrit xtaroaall sat Ihr aa -a
toT Democratic simpl.clty upon hl tr
rival at tha Capitol to-dav. H -at
la v in;n ua a fu.l-flciigesi reception a
.it tla height In (1. t-d n.. it -
hoy eeouta. men. woman and chlldra .
hc Vi. a-Prealdent ... . .4 banda .; i
afk and Senatori w . aojiiiit to ipoa!
with th. new praal,i;n offlcar had :
fall tn lint with the rtaltora
At the flrat pawllo recaptirri irnit
Praaldent Wllaon held In Iha F.aet
Kooin of tha Whlta Huuee a dclairatlon
of Indiana, who were In rhe InMgaral
parade, prraanteil lUm with a pipe an I
MM mooaaalna The PraaMent with
Mair It'ioada atan.llna liral.le him ri
aofrod aleo the li.erri )ra' stafTa of Mla-
aoiirl. M. al.Ml,ioi uid iJrlawiro.
OLNEY SAYS HE HASN'T HEARD
BOSTON, March 6. 'Thta la thaflrat
lima I have hoard of the matter," aaj.l
Ri-liard Olney to-day, when aliown a
Waar.ilngion daapatjch mantlonlng Mm
aa PreeMent Wllaon'a probaiilu Meev
tkKi aa Aintiaaaador to tlreat Hrltaln.
Aa tn whether ha would accept tha
poet If It waa offered him. Mr. olney
aald ha could eay batter when tltat time
arrived. "UuL" he added. "It wuuld
not lake no long Ui make up my mind."
M' REYNOLDS TOO
BUSY TO SEE HIS
CHIEF SWORN IN.
New York people who went bo the
Inauguration yeoterday and looked for
Jamea C Moltaynoaaa In the- aroup of
new Cabinet offleeia were greatly pua
aled when they failed to dtacern the
figure of the tail Tenneeeeen-New York.
er who la to be ProjMent Wllaon'a At
torney OoMPaL Thay ware mure myatl-
tied when they read In nowopaper re-
perta from Washington that Mr. Mc
naynolda woo the only nboentee at the
ceremenlea in the Sonata Chamber and
t in eaat front of the CaolboL
.Mr. MclleynoldJ, who 1 the only
baohelor of the new Cabinet, waa not
In evidence at the Inaugural caramon lea.
but he waa In Washington and very
much on hie Job. Mr. MoReynolda'a best
diversion is hard work and ha rather
ahuna the white light at all times.
Added to tlua, Mr Wlckerehem. the
retiring AltornayUtneraL la about to
start for a trip around the world, and
hie time la Washington la limited.
The new Altorney-Ueneral and the re
tiring one spent the whole day at tne
Department of Justice going over the
situation. Hefore he actually became
Attorney-General Mr. MoBeynolda 000
tlnued aa special counaal for the ds
partment. and because of this and his
previous connection with the office aa
an Aaalatant Attorney-Oenaral he la
familiar with Its details, and only a
few confarsnces will detain Mr. Wick-
ensham In Waahlngton.
Mr. McKojmolda la expooted to re
turn to hlo New York offloe at No
141 Broadway to-morrow or Friday
to wind up his pereonal affairs before
going to Washington to stay.
DOWN TO BUSINESS.
WAOTiriNOTON. March 5. Tha new
Democratic Senate waited on President
Wilson to-day. Vice-President Mar
shall called the upper House to ordor
and it Immediately adopted a motion
by eJeuutur Hoke dmltb of tleorgla that
a committee Inform the PreeMent that
the Henute waa ' ready to receive any
executive nonimunlriitlona he mln'it
care to submit."
Hen.ttora Ker.i. Murtln. Smith of
tleorgla, Koot 411.I Lodge were Mgflod,
ftliortly before Uku tn.y if, fur the
hltf House formally , acquaint the
Piesldent that the SOMtO waa await
Iivn hla Iriaiructloi.o.
The Sunule then icceaard until !
o'clock, at which lime ihe Cabinet
riominatlona wore to be recelv-d and
a. ted upon 0 executive gggglon.
iMMasMaleljf aft.-r ihe s -nui., re con.
vened, .xo-t;ve clerk Iitt fi.m fin
Wilt- Huuae present id WHuna Ufwl
"MMSfs". hit Caulnel gooslRaUoiu .. ,d
rt.oae of Mxr ; CUlk of Jlwu
John 11 Marblt California as Inlsr.
Mate Oomaiorci ConmlaaloBara, Thi
Cabinet nominations uml th n of .Mr.
1 ir were lonnrmed. A.tl
Marbll went .nor An ex,
IlitlVl ae -
.m oral rod .11 ,fA
mm oppouition to the appaintmsni
Of W illiam 0. Rodftsld as rlecretarv ,f
CommsrCS was made b Sglialoi Qgl
linger In OMtUtlVS seeslon, Mr. Ki.l
nabl bsj :ietn acllvo In a HotlM Com
inlllae IbVMtloTsvUOS of two ooa (ru
insurance nglBMMlIgg in Bhloh tha name
of a relative tif Senator Uglliiiger aaa
'ii'fJglit In. Ttio Senator fin..'. ly ty.
drew liiia ofaigOtlon at llm roqusal if
it waa sail tlmre sgg no hostility to
Mr. Ala role a nomination aa Interstate
CotrirnOPOg Couimlaalonei', iiut the ben
als wla.iiHl to hu. iiia nanm rull coii
alderuil by the eagle Inteiatale Com
merce Committee. 'Die Henate than ad
journed until : P. M inday.
REFORM OF POLICE
Commissioner Should Super
vise Benevolent OrgvUu
lions or Abolish Them.
OPEN SAI OON SUNDAY
12-lu Term tor Lxecutive,
With Removal on Charges
After Huhiic Hearing.
fjfjft WfMMi firmer Pol N ObfnRllg
a. oner, fraah from a tr.p 10 Panama, tes
tified iw r.- the Ctifetan gkMf nskiUn
CorncnlMee udky (juMltonadl by Mr
Ruohnor, Orati Binsjhaai nrai gave kn
0B4MM on thr .ustlon of tenure of
"If y vpa.-t to gat anyrh'ng done
lbs tenon of office aho iM be linger. A
Hve-yesr term amounts to nothing,"
asid Iha former I'imimlsslonar. "Ke
rn rfBblllif by the Mayor is right, but
with romoval police conditions should
not 1a revolutionised "
Klght years would be an effective
term, he added, hut said: "A twelve
ear term would throw tha fear of ibd
Into i urn. for tliry wo ilil roallse
thai the I'nmmuislonri' was wltli them
TAKES YEARS TO LEARN WORK
OF THE OFFICE.
ft wo'ild reonlre aavrral yeo.ro for a
tiww OMMBUjgiMMf to first learn his Job.
ind the remHtiilnit vears would teat hts
hoiia-tv and eff i-t! cness.
Wltli the power of removal Can.
fllngh.im would require the Mayor to
file charge, puhllnli thuae charges In
the nrwepapcra and then follow It all
up by a public hearing.
"Would the public hearing he aohacat
to unjuatlfiable removals?" asked Mr.
"It would let the public know What
aa going on. and then they could
act," replied the witness.
One nf the most Important recom
mendations made by the former Com
missioner was the restriction nf police
benevolsnt organisations. He said:
"While I think that the department
would tie better off without them, they
can, ot course, oervo a deslraBle pur
pose t .hey nan have desirable objects.
If It were left to me I would fix It an
that they could exist only with the ap
proval of the Police CotniaMloner and
that ha should have rigid supervision
over them. I would make It as that the
Police Commissioner could be present in
person, or tobrougtt a deputy, st any or
all of the meetings of those organlta-
tlonw I wouM aleo have It that If the
police Commissioner withdrew his ap
proval those organisations would hare
to cease to exist.
The Police Commhwloner should not
be elected, because the politics Involved
would make the situation worse, the
(lettered said. Ha also favored the recall
of a Commissioner found derelict
t'rglng home ruie, the Ueneral said:
"It la abaurd for up-Utata farmera to
dlotaite legislation for a city of the char
acter and slae ot New York."
The witness indignantly deemibed hl
experience at Albany when, aa Commta
loner, advocating certain legislation hs
found himself opposed by a lieutenant of
police. "To think ot It!" he exclaimed.
"Hiw can diocipllna prevail when a
Commissioner by placed In the position
of being lauerhed at"
FOUND SS0.000 "MORTUARY"
FUND WAS FOR LEGISLATION.
The discovery of a 180,000 "mortuary
police benefit fund" waa related by the
"We had our hands physically on
that fund," he said, "but we found
no receipts. The money had besn col-
lectKl from policemen when Albany was
considering police legislation."
"That waa Intended aa a funeral bene
fit for the Commissioner, was It notT"
aaked Mr. Buckner.
"Yimj struck It rlght-'a funeral benefit
for the Commlaeloner,' the witness
Oen. PUngham recommended that the
Police Commissioner have strict super
vision over all police funds.
"Make tho cops work," lis continued
"Make them understand they are eer-
anta of the people and enforce ths
lawa. When a man la fired, make it
the most dim. ult thing In the world for
him to get hack "
(Jen. Hlnghuin denounced as imperil
mm the pnwor of the civil Service
Commission to dictate promotions. He
aald "I know men who have pounded
pg 1 'omenta IWOnt) yearn, out can
gOgreel) write Ihglf numee, who would
make better sergeants and lieutenants
than r'.itia. selected, for they can com
Bian4 and can SDforoo the Igwa."
The Ob lei iMMgetor ia a MbTs MOItM
"CUItf of Polleo" fot Ueii. UliiKhani. If
a 'Chief' U needed wh ' can do a (Jom-
mlnlonsr'g duty, out out thg CornmU.
etonor," he aald. He CaVOTOd ex'.oi.diug
the CotnmiMlonor'g .'.mi. to pioiimle
PENSION FUND MAKES "COP"
FEEL LIKE CITY STOCKHOLDER.
' 'i the pension fund, hs .-aid "The cup
Interested In It 'h'nk.s he heada ebul In
till City .f New York ' The fund ahtuld
he pot III the tux booiUi he added.
The nitiiesa laMlovea iho Conimlsssonor
should net ir.,o.i a yeari PapuUes T,elvi
lliapeotori WiOOOl Cgnlgvlns 11,00 and
pal iiman ll.MO U,W gnd fLu" "L,iu
teMhig ars al.- 10 Klc- t:g banqneta-
Ihej gpnoaVf to have snougtl," tn- said,
-r, t serVICS, re ihirilika- to the
Meyor, th " : 1 1 t t . .1 1 .. t and tho 0Mt
Ifllgalonef mlglll "t p Kn'l aald the
(JOOi Kltigham w.rmiv approval Sun
day upenlng of solooitt after cliurcli
' ..11a and uioting ut a reaaoiaUU Mill
Sunday night, keeping thorn olOggg UsTAl
gg a drum during the prohibited time.
lie suggeatel thai the law effecting
WHO IS SLATED FOR
( Ztmi 1
axexvPrSs ' l(JHsa
km m -
pawnbrokers be so changed as tn irvce
thoroughly regulate them, "and take
away their privilege of dealing w.th the
police" He eugxested also that the
Mullivan apon law be amended, be I cheagsajl of trie rnSSMsbolk wharvso to
cause the prevent law "bother hoflogt 1 hi eoMtfejOtOaa as pruvUaJly no rock
people and doesn't hurt the thug. ' ile ex-vwfiWm Mai be naneas'iry. The new
urge. I that sellers of weapon he rO I pteT w.ll MVgJ thmi bofthg MM 0.1m
uulred to keep complete records of sales, plote. pier, wiih tiro slips and an Out-
najis of purchasers, datee of pun-huso
and other data.
He would also take from the Polio
Department the eupervlston of boilers
and place that reeponslbllily wltb ihe
Department uf Build. ngs.
The excise law should be enfor.-ed
only hy the local and Htate excise 00m-
misslnne. he said Thoae commissions
should alone get the evidence 'This
plan would keep the "ops out nc fa
lcons," he declared "The MUM would
be utlUred In exrlae ernes then only fe
ttle alarm nn of warrants."
PARTY HEADS MEET
TO TALK OVER A NEW
WARM NdTON , March E--Buslnees
was oumbined with pleasure at the
meeting to-day of tha Democratic Na
tional Committee. The mestln,: ems
called by William K. MoComiui. the
National Chairman, who later waa given
a testimonial luncheon by the members
off the committee In recognition of his
services In leading th victorious party
last fall. Th committee talked over
plan for continuing during the next
four years the details of the organisa
tion perfected during the campaign,
queotlon. off (utar policy and the per
sonnel of Its executive force.
Th frospect tbat Mf. MoConrM might
selects,! as Ambassador M France
caused some speculation about hi suc
cessor ae Chairman of Ihe committee,
but In view of tho absence of any
definite announcement as to hlo future
It waa merely In ths stags gossip
The naming af Vice-Chairman Me
Adoo as Secretary of ths Trsaaury.
members of the committee declared.
would not prevent him from retaining
tho Vice-Chairmanship of the commit
tee, though It waa reported that hs
Nearly every member of the commit
tee was on hand when the mooting waa
called to order.
Mr. (.'utnmlngs waa elected vloe
dhalrman, and It was pointed out that
no resignation by Mr. MoAdoo was
neoeMary. because he was not a mem
ber of the committee and had been
serving as vice-chairman only by ap
pointment of the executive committee.
Holla Wells of St. LsMile, committeeman
from Missouri, who hnd served through
the campaign aa national treasurer by
a like appointment waa elected treas
urer. "UNCLE JOE" SAYS
GOODBY TO MEN WHO
"HAVE JUST DIED."
WABHlJtOTON, March S.-'T'ncle Jos"
Cannon want to the executive offices to
day to pay his respects to the new Presi
dent. The now Cabinet members shook
hands with Mm and he congratulated
"I Juet came over to see a man who
Is newly born," aaid Cannon, referring
to Wilson. "Now I am going around lo
th various departments lu eay goodby
to rr.e men who have Just died," refer
ring to the r, tiring C'otdnet members.
HAS A "MONOPOLY"
AT WHITE HOUSE.
W ABItl NOTON, Marc'a . Presi
dent Wilaon alio Is pledged to break
up 'every form of motioooly," found a
monopoly ut In very door of the ex
ecutive oAlogg of the White Houae.
Sam April, a newoboy, eleven yeais
old. waa the monopolist.
t'p to two yrans ago the Waahlng
ton newsboys niude I grand rueli for
the White House every ufteltiooli to
pvagspg to ths President and hi
secretary. To end tha scramble a deal
wa" made wi h young April, who had
applied for an exclusive franchise to :
selj two papers to each. A a result
. r has the privilege and has drawn a
treasury warrant every month.
April Is confident Unit lie will be I
gblt to maintain his monopoly In
aplta of the pulley of the new Ad-
MORGAN DOCTOR RETURNS.
Home Mpeclallel Bark Froaa 4'alro
Hrporis Banker Well.
IIOMK. Man h ft.--1 '1- llastUtiellt, Ihe
noted apc -Uliet who hurried to Kgypt to
attend J. P Morgan to-dav, returned
front Cilro. He slid that Morgan's con
dition waa such that ths financier no
lunger iitM hla attention.
To Hefin nt (Jive on Structure
at 46th Street, to Cost
Th first of the proJoctl l.Suo f . it
piers to accommodate MjMejIg of the
class of the new (J. -man giant Ma
peiator will be tmgun at on e This da-
cision was roaches I Mi afternoon at a ,
meeting of the HlnHnpt Fun 1 Commie- I
elon. Mayor taynor aald It woe Im- I
portant that C10 pinna should be ap
proved as anon aa possible.
The nw pter will be bill It a,1 Porty
a'xth atreet. North lllver, aral will ?oat
about W.aoO.000 Thla brclt M Ihe cost
Off tin acquisition of the ornpepty. D en
tity loik Comtiiierioiier Creseon prom
ised to hae plana ready st Mil next
meeting of the commMalon
Thr was a SjUJgggjlM in tiler UlO SOW
Pona ought to be HOT ret or 1? ' IM1
We wan ali 'n favo.- of ths longfr
pl.T,'' said U:e Mayor, "and tho r.nn
The P .rty -aixt li at cot pun will 1.0 ths
-ids ilosjrimr plac
SAYS CITY NEEDS
fContlmied from first Pier.i
te reform conditions Where CM ere Is
squat guilt en equal penalty should ba
WOMAN'S POINT OF VIEW NOT
UNDERSTOOD BY THE MEN.
"My contention that we need woman
on the police force because men do not
understand the woman point of view, Is
proved almost every day In the leniency
shown by ths. oourts throughout tho
union toward men charged with crim
inally assaulting defenseless woman.
Only a few days ago a police magistrate
in San Francisco was reca.lod(on a peti
tion signed and circulated by women Lo
calise he reduced the bail est by an
other police Judge In the case off a pris
oner accused of attacking a yuung girl.
In California, however, women fcave the
advantage of pose easing the vote aa well
as the recall, so they bavv lbs means
of protecting each other.
"In all the Pacific Coast mates
(where, by the way, equal auffragv pre
vail) there are many women on the
police force of the various cities, ap
pointed more particularly to watch
dance halls and moving picture shows.
where boys and girls congregate and
meet Willi more or leas temptation. Last
summer a convention of poiloewomen
wa held In Oregon, and the report uf
that meeting proved the efficacy of
women In una department of public
"I therefore wish to emphasise my
uggeatton to thla committee that It
would M a part ot wladom for the of
ficials of New York to make provision
for women In the police eerrvice of this
Mra. Belmont's face was flushed as
she gave her opinions to the committee
and accentuated her accusations ag-ain-t
the male sax. Bhe raised her voice as
hs argued for the ottos la of men by
policewomen when men accosted women
on the street. She was not questioned
by any member of the committee, for
her opinion did not deal with police
but with moral problems.
Tbat the wealthy advocate of suffrage
was profoundly Interested in social
problems was evident to the legislators
and the men and women crowding Ihe
Bunvgsta'e courtroom, rlha remained
to hear the opinions of others after she
had been thanked by Senator Wag-tier
and had left tha ohour on the mahogany
Kdward D. Page of tha Merchants'
Aeaoolation was the first person called
by Senator Wagner a committee to-day.
When you gel a man not of Ihe
highest standard up against the enforc
Ing of a law the people don't want en
foreed and he finds It profitable not to
enforce It. you can feel sure that he will
put the profit In hla pocket,' he aald
"As long aa this state of affairs exists
you are bound to And thr conditions now
LfcT POLICE SITUATION ALONE
BAYS MR. HOWE.
Krederick C. Howe, managing director
of the People's Institute, suggested that
Ihe riml thing to be done In tho Police
problem la for the Legislature to let It
alone and leave it to lliu people of the
city of New York.
"Ths svns here ars not peculiar to
Your blood an d build up your strength
by tn king a course ol
The Spring Medicine. Got it today.
ON NORTH RIVER
SOW SI "Riot SLY ILL
IN FIFTH AVE. HOME.
thta city slone," he sa.d "The peoplo
of the city should he held responsible.
"The city of Cleveland Is the only
city that solved the prooiem and that
wms hy simply Ignoring the Stale laws.
The city administration adopted s'.ind
arda of moral conduct and natal dis
cretion Instead of using raids. I believe
that graft has been eliminated there.
The city reached out and took homo
rule in the solution of Its problems."
Comptroller prendcrifast sravo his opin
ions, not as n city ofll-lal, but as
dlt.sen. He slid that ItlSfl seemed no
need for further leglsla'.lon for die
"It la hr.-r, . a null,, nt s,l ni I n let re.
ticn," lie aald "and pot of lawa. I think ALL ABOARD REPORTED LOST.
that Ihe Commissioner should have
wider powers, especially In maintaining HHltDIV, March I A special despatch
discipline, I bcllove that the commit- from Constantinople to the Frankfort
te would help by working to do awaylnasette says that tho iJreclan transport
with the system which gives a court ! Tlicmlsl-les. loaded with troops en
levies for each police ease tried. This mute to Balontcia, was sunk by the
reviewing of police trials I'.oea not con
duce to discipline.
NO NEED FOR LEGISLATION
SAYS PR ENOE ROAST.
"I helleve also that the commissioner
should be glvtn a regular term and a
long one. He should be kept In office as
long as l.e makea good. Tlio committee
should ak ;ie question: 'Are commls
alonera select'-,! according to iltneaa
for tile 0bf I 'Id Mr. Ilaker have any
knowledyv of the police forco when he
was appointed? Did Mr. Crnpsey everlan (l rfmg, parade un Marcii X pre-
do anything that would make one he
.lie he would bo a good polke com
missioner? Ho had no experience.
What had Mr. Waldo ever done to lit
hlni for hla post? Ile was a deputy
commissioner for a very short time
"It's almost laughable at times to see
lr the press that M-. iw-ong-Ho, ,h,.
Police Commissioner. II working hard on
some big robbery He knows nothing of
police craft, perhars. He has been
taken from private Uf and is go hber
Mr. Prendergast did not hesitate to
put th blame on the Mayor fur trying
to run the force. "If we had a trained
man at ihe head of the force." ho said,
"the Becker case would not have come
about One little lieutenant could not
have fooled a man like Hupt. llyrnes. fur
"You don't need to be told that the sa
loons are all open on Sundays during
this administration. You can see It
even In ao weil regulated a community
aa Brooklyn. That can be etopped. and
It Is foolish to say that It can't. Ths
police are all tested for their eyesight.
They can't help but see.
'The social eil Is a delicate subject,
but New York has got to wake up and
treat It without hypocrisy. Ws can't
settle tt In any half-hearted way. Iff
a morula commission means to eegre
gate the women, then let It announce
It policy. I believe aegregatlon I the
only present remedy at thla time. I
could come out and demand the moral
uprightness of the community and get
a lot of praise for It, but It would be
hypocritical. I think segregation 1
GL l ONLY
Mheei yoe buy vuor aweeiejn eiiner
IS UHll I BRUT Slis-nen
eaaon aiis departnieat elerea end nthera
Special lor Wednesday
I.BMON AND ontttfltt NE(T.Jl If
sou doubt we can offer iloe sa -a
mmrm '"-VsJixu box iuc
BAHII-V bli.K flT .1 aeaopy.
isel lanfestion of pureat eiurar in
enalal t. nn, tutored In IVIatcrsrcen,
l.eniea. I.iiue. I'love. r, in.ermlnt. ale.
Titer Isat aeod uud lone ead are sood
at Iiior v tli: ,u-1 ,ltrv 1
aot- lue ONK 1MH SU TI.V MM0
PLNW A POIND PRUlir PLUS PARCEL POST
nv of our eundlea Mill be delliered
Ui seeond oue I between !VO end IM
mile, ol New Verb I b. I.irrel -.aj bj
(lOjIltai IU aillimats "f '""' aaaa.rs
iMMtaaf' n niiUv and roalalner. Other I
raltra fill aallllin ibt.UM.
l ark Rom . urllandl and ISAIh atrt
i II atur anir-a ie-gi fsiiriQy rtrams wmii a a n niw a,
14 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. West Broadway
29 CORTLANDT ST.
Cor Church Street
Park Ross ex Nassau St.
At Qty Hall Park
th first step In the rlht direction. If
IMS women were kept In a district
graft wotihl he eliminated and It would
tend to leeeen the evil."
Or Chart! II, Parkhiirst denied that
' he cm u leading OttlBMi i ut aald that
I he had given ettidv to condlttnna In the
I git. He atoi d aa he ga big oplti
: Ions to the commlt'.ee.
j "Wltli nil the p.ist Investigations.'
I he said, "we I nd that e have always
I gone back after an adminla. ration.
With tne police it is a case or aiwaya ,
going from bad to e orea. They are j
thoroughly demoralised now aa wt an
know. If we can get the rlht man for
, 1 Commissioner the othsr question can
ho settled. We ,1'd have one such man
and ha was Thomas llyrnes. He waa
like the Alm'ghty in on rt.ipoct. Ha
spoke nd : was done
COMMISSIONER SHOUuD HAVE A
LONG TENURE OT OFFICE.
"The Comnilsaloner should be well paid
and unrestricted In the performance of
the dStlgg of hl office. He ehouM also
I hive a term long enough for him to
show result Were I to huvr; such
. ommiselon Offered me I should wnnt a
term of seven or ten yesrs. I wlah that
the term could be made a life tenure
for the right kind of man. During the
lat ten yeara I have kept tn touch with
the force ano there are many fine men
on It. The bad one are the exception."
Dr. Parkhurkt objected 1 . segregation.
The eoclal evil," he raid, "like any
other evil, will not paas away until tho
millennium, but Shtll then we should
piucsed agidnut it Just as we do tMiMI
every other vloiitlon of lb law of God
The doctor thought It would he only
fair to allow Sunday selling from 1 to
N on Sunday ufterisiona. "The Sunday
aaloon at night Is baatlaL" he declared
"I have been In many of thorn. If the
rich man can get hie llquof at his hotel
then the others should have tiiclr
Henry Hruer . director nf the Bu
reau of M .i. iPal a. arch, war the
first person called at the afternoon ses
sion. He advocated the public Inspec
tion of police records.
OgOMM If. Putnam, a a long-llTio
grand Juror In varlou. Investigations,
declared It waa hla belief that a part of
the "dirty jrafx" QMl0kai Ly the flh-e
went into the general fund of Tarmnatn
He advlasd giving the Pol,.- Commis
sioner full conlroyof Iha force on an
I Wi rough President MoAflMy advo
catod n permanent chief Off police. He
also aug-genied a ' headquarters suuad 10
handle the vice vlolat irs. Ux-lorpo ra
tion Counael William IJ. WttMa followed
Mr. MoAiieny. I
TURKS SINK TROOP SHIP:
Turkish crueler Ham. die to-day near
Cassandra, and that all on hoard pei-
Another transport with ilre"k Mid me
wltV Servian t.-oopa were puruued, out
managed to escape.
Menalora needy for Police Inquiry.
WASHINGTON, March a. Bsnabafa
Jones. I 'ilMns-liam and Ponn.rt.ae, the
Senate committer named Id inVestffcrwe
tfio renponsxbluty of the MsUflg tat be
riotous aoeiw Shi eh nuu-Kod tbo wn-
p i.r,.l to-day H 'begin thi-lr !iv ai eratlon
by hoi ding nra irs to wmch With SOS '
have hi , 11 sivmiraon. A altidiar 'uvetl
tration is to lie made by the House.
F'.ic Killed In Kxploalon.
I. far, ANOaUaMi Cal.. March 5. The
foreman and four men of a Santa IV
00 IlOl rtlCtlOn gang wero killed and
: A..i.t. -h. others were lnllire.1. a.im.
of tnJm fatally, to-day at Keen Hrook.
by g premature, explosion of dynamite
From th-, CUSSSn Trllunf '
Rgsjgtafl -Sometime I lie awalie
half the night. Are you ever troubled
Percollum Never. When I'm wake
ful I begin to repeat 0 myself some of
my early poems and I fall asleep In 110
Tht proof of tea it ia tbo cup
Forty good cups for 10c.
Whit Rosa Caff st, Pom. Tht, 35c
T rude- Mark 1
sepensieai ee erne; aiere sou o-sa y
pirmiK. .... -
aoaietlmes are aide to aril -below eaat."
Special for Thursday
ii h? it ad
OUI DITCH NTYIeB. ( HIM ni.ATFri
rlt 'lure m t-eulre of earn rIinikH ihh k
ra of pnrr tttiamr In viKrloty of
fruit fl.r. rn luavd In m lajrir of
drsJIrittti and lluffv iroaini ud thro
t-npnrd off vlih u tiilrk whlrauuio
lU iltot uf irtu.-r iwi-rt rhtN'ololo f
III liUli"t rxra-dsr. Imturlnr it. utj
f yam hv iho Harht Idos, mT !Z
yuu won t ht- haul), till jM
. .lu r.-in. ,oa .
. .1 1 Si-lb. bos .
: it VfcE
1'o-t: ' nolo or current moal Oafctim
I alBi iis aaarsa
ait4e open oierr evenin nntll 11 oVIorli,
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Ret Beekmxn a Sprue Sta
IM W. Itaui 91 REST
Just Eaat at Stb Ave.
FAMOUS RACER BALLOT
OOUGHT BY MADDEN IS
BACK FROM ENGLAND.
Cx-Keeiv HOTM f Which Kf?u-
tucky Breeder I'.iiJ 130,000 Ar
rives on MiiititupolK
Hallo!, th gTMl Voter utaliion. for
merly owned bf Jamea K Keene, which
MjOMtll wa gold to John B Madden
and Cnteaby Woodford : If IW.00O. ar-H'-ed
from England to-day on til
ateamshlp Minneapolis, liallot I nlr.
yeavs old and In vigoroiaa health. While
In Kng'tiid tho gr. at stallion waa in
the Healheionc stud ut Newmarket and
waa under th personal charge of Donl
Beresford, turf adviser to Kinr (Jeorge
Ballot waa taken lo Dr. MoOaltlfl
stablee In Lssxlngton i.eiiue, whegu be
will spend the night To-morrow the
famoua MOCf will be sent to Dcxlnglon
in charge ..f John Mill.-r.
SCIEf CE MAKES
EVEN OLD AGE
Nervous Debility Alwas Will
Follow on the Steps of
THE VETERAN, C. A. HILL Id,
Says: "I Certainly Recommeiui
Toni Vita to All Who Art1
Well On in Years."
"Since nervoui ileliilily ii an ail nil nl
caused l. a person drawing too lavislitv
on the reserve fuml ol nature. It eeem-i
that the complaint should he more
prominent ainons older people than it
a among young." stated John Heazlcy
Webb, the I, on. Ion nerve expert.
"This is true in so (ar that nervous
debility is a natural ailment for old
people; while with votingcr folks it i
produced by I be unnatural mode of
living ol today.
"Mono Vita has bren (ounil ver
efficient iu casra of nervous debility
that have been caused by advancing
age. In these enses the ailment is I
normal state of affairs, and Ibis tonic
restocks nature's reserve fund, and
health is regained."
We have very many tcliinonia1'
from such cases, among them one from
Charles A. Ilillig. of Ko. 50(1 West
Forty-fourth alreet. New York City,
who is seveuly-lwo years old. alio
, "I bave used other Ionics, but i'
affords me great plcuapre to slate tu
'foua.Vita l.ae'done Die more good thai
all the other tonics combined, and
certainly recommend it 'to afT p'eopl.
who nre well along in ('ears.''
"This is a typical case," Continued
John lleailey Webb, "of the grrai
benefits that mn be derivei' from Tona
Vita. A testimonial like Mr. Ilillig s
must convince you. v. hero my saying so
"That is why I use auch testimonials
making them public only in the city
where the testilicr lives, ami usiug Hie
testiinouial only once.'
Nervous debility may be known In
any of the following iJfnptOMJI MOI
appetite, drowsiness, sense of fullness
after eating, luck of enerpy. broken or
restless sleep, loss of weight or that
This Ionic is being bandied by a':
the leading drug stores in New VorK
City anil (ireater New York.
Uou t throw
Far superior to ,-ui
ordinary- umbrella und
covin no more.
A new one W the nind breaks it.
Coat '1.00 Upward.
ON KALE KVKRYYVHEHK
Miller Bros. & Co.
362 Broadway, Naw York
H1LR WANTED MALI.
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l ui'dX. MS Mh are
CaliqagRll ULti-i MAN wanted l"ujT7
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