TBI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL IT, HIS.
IDENTICAL LAW 1
TAXI JPLE ASK;
Ordinance Submitted by One
Company Is Practically
Copied by Grimm.
IT FAVORS "STANDS.
Monopoly Will Be Enabled by
This Measure to Keep Up
Excessive Rates of Fare.
By Sophie Irene Loeb.
The submission by Alderman
Henry P. Grimm of Brooklyn, chair
man of the committee to revise the
rates and better the service of taxi-
crib and public hacks, of an or-:
dtnance which he says represents
the aentiment of a majority of the
committee. Indicates that the months
of work of this committee were all
wasted. The members of the com- i
mlttee might as well have allowed I
the shrewd and persistent lawyer
who represented tne Yellow Taxi
cab Company to write up their or-1
dlnance In the first place.
Par tne ordinance which this lawyer
stlensltted several week ace "for the
fyurpfta of suggestion" and "to help
he committee" Is practically the same
ordinance th.it Is
now submitted by
The phraseology In
tbe Grimm ordinance and the ordinance
erawn up by the taxicab company
I'ounsel Is almost Identical In
words It would nnpear that the main'
meetings nnd public hearings held by
the committee have been a succession
Chairman Grimm, who represents the
Sixty-fourth Aldeiirtanic district In
iironkijm. in snirn a tuxicau is aimosi
as mueh of a novelty aa a circus parade,
wanta the committee to substitute ids
ordinance Cor the Meanlier-Marlis ordi
nance, which Incorporates real reforms I
...l. ii...! I. . TV,.. Vv..Ml,.t- W..-I.I io. I
eluding revision of fares and abolition
of private hackstands. He wants the
Aldernianic Committee, after months of
work, to indorse all the arguments thai
have been put forth by the counsel for
the taxlcah companies and reject the ai
cunicnta that have been put forward by
ALDERMAN MARKS WAS ON THE
Fortunately Alderman Marks was on
the watch when Chairman t.rlmm sub
mitted the ord'nance he aald lie bad
drawn up and naked the committee to
sign It and send it to the tall Board of
Aldermen for passage. Alderman Marks
recognised the Grimm ordinance In a
Mr. Marks Immediately told Mr.
Grimm that he would not h.-v any
lawyer for a taxicab company draw up
an ordinance for the public on this
question and he would not he a party
to sanctlonlna any such ordinance and
was upheld by the other minority mem
bers, Mr. Holies and Mr. Brush.
"Beside," said Mr. Marks, "the re
port Mr. Grimm euggested submitting
to the board is against the public inter
ests and I Intend to oppose It If he
Should preeent It. It calls for the re
taining of the prlvste hack stands, no
out In rate and states that we now
have too many tax-tea be on th stsecta
ot New York and that we do not need
SHOWS FAVORITISM TO THE
The whole thing certainly shows ut
most favoritism to the cab companies.
I am surprised that Mr. Ortmm should
present such a proposition after four
teen months' servloe on this investiga
tion committee, which Investigation
should uport. in all fairness, the exact
"This ordinance would not only per
petuate the monopoly the cab com
panies now have and tend to raise the
.already high rates, but would put hack,
for yours, the hope of ever getting a
larger and more popular public convey
ance service such as a city like. New
folk ought to have.
"The Marks-Meagher ordinance was
dfau n up after careful consideration of
aJ "Ides of rhe question, and tends to
sjtorfcl the public against the exorbitant
rates shd t lis chaotic condition of regu
lations. H Mr. Grimm and his adher
ents have the public (liferent th. roughly
at heart, there Is no reason why this
ordinance should not meet with their
approval. At least In most of .is meas
ures and In tfh main It could oonstltute
a Anal ordinance coming from the en
tire tasdcab committee.
'To prove that Its purpose la sincere
and Just to not only the public but the
cab companies you have but to look over
ths proposed ordinance from the Mayor's
commission and the main Issues In re
gard to the welfare of all Is practically
the same, with protection to all and fa
voritism to none.
'Tbe Mayor's commission comprises
representative citizens, and they are try
lag to recommend something to the
Mayor that will meet existing conditions
an prepare tbe way for more equitable
eervtae that Is shra expressed in the
Taerefore as soon as the report Is
made to the Mayor and the matter Is
referred back to us, I think that, with
tbe Marks-Meagher Ordinance, which
Mr. Bollss and Mr. Brush also approve,
we can arrive at a deflnlte and com
plats wbole to place before the board.
I do not propose to allow any taxicab
lawyers to euKgeat any ordinance for my
approval on this question."
Mr. Bollea said: "We have tone over
MRS. COPLEY THAW
GOES TO GEORGIA
TO-DAY TO MARRY,
fg Rp h
bRRJ a . l
lBaxe- . V
WASItlNOTON, I), ft, April 17,-Mri.
William Thaw, accompanied by her
daughter. Mrs. Copley Thaw, one llmo
Oount"Si of Tarmouth. and a party wll!
leave Washington to-day in a special car
for Dunircnness, Cumberland Island.
a.. where the entire party will be
suis at tile home or Mrs. I imw s son-
ll. ....... I . , I. . r',..nu..U ....III II. r lh.. i
marriage of Mr- CopU y Thaw . j
Geoffrey Whitney, of Boston, on April
In the party will be tile Itcv. Ilr. Mc
Kwan of Pittsburgh, whi- will 'officiate
at the wedding; Miss Stisanne Kiddle, of
Pltahurgh; Mrs. Hunt Slater and Mra.
Robert Christie of this city; Mrs. Kd
ward Cary Williams, of Boston; the
lion. Mrs. llanhury, of Knssland. who
stppln,r with Mrs. Copley
her home here, and Harold
Pierce, of Boston, who will be best man
for Mr. Whitney.
Revolvers and Black
to Keep the Peace
Will Have Special Details.
nUIsAtBLtHIA, April 17 Phlla-'
delpula now has two policewomen. Dl-
rector of Public Surety Porter yee-
terdjy swoie in as special police
women .M.ss I.. M. OtllsSPlS and Mre.
Mary D. Dlehl, asenti o' the TravSl-
lera' Aid Society giving them author-
lty to malve arrcets for any Offanst
In the two principal railway terminals
of the city.
They will he provided wlln special
police badges and will he permitted to
carry revolvers and blackjacks. In
case they ire hums to make arrests
single handed they are empowered to
appeal to Kpect' tors for assistance.
Although women h.ive often beon
sworn in here as special oAcera in da
partmanl stores, this is ths tirst in
stance wnere they have been vested
with euch a wide scope of authority.
.DEATH OF MRS. HITCHCOCK.
Widow Prominent In Society Dies
a.1 Mis's Home In liken.
Mrs. Marie Center Hitchcock, widow
of Thomas Hitchcock. flnan.-Isr and
wrlier, Is dead at Aiken, tf. C , Where
ahe wis spending the winter She was
the mother of Thomas Hitch, ock and
Francis It. Hltchcooh nnd tlso of Cenler
Hltehoook. who dlixl In lS"v sh.- as
staying with her son. Thomus, at Alki n.
Only recently ahe iissisicil g (he wed
ding of her granddaughter, Miss Celea
tlne Hltchcick, to Julian I.. Peshody,
and three weeks ago she I' used Mrs.
Blair Falrchlld'a cottage at Newport,
where she spept runny Si ssons, She was
a patron 6f the opera and 'ier entertain
ments at her home. No. Baal Twenty
ninth street, were among the most pop
ular events In society In this city.
wmild seem to meet most requirements
that n. e also s iggested by the
commlssllon. I am oppused
Grimm's proposed report an I ordimn s.
It follow out a similar ordinance suif
(.'esteil by a lawyer of a cub company."
Mr. Brush also said that he would
support the Marks Meagher ordinance
and waa opposed to signing anything in
a hurry to railroad through on the floor,
since Mr. Orlmm liaa suggested that
this report and ordinance be signed by
members of the commltiee on the same
.Jay that he presented It to the mem
bers. Mr. McTann and Mr. Cunningham
were ready to sign, but the other three
members would not be put.- to It, and
one member, Mr. Coleman, being ill, the
whole proposition was left over for
The three minority members, Messrs.
Marks, Bollea and Brush, were present
at the last Mayor's commission meeting
and stated that they were there for
the purpose of co-operating with the
work of that commission In the hope
of a final presenlatlon to the board
accordingly. They were cordially re
ceived and their suggestions respective-
ftLftr. taJtosn fete ooAf)draUp
MRS. TAYLOR GETS
Wife of Wall Street Broker
Will Drop Her Suit
Dread of Publicity Results in
! Compromise Between Rich
Husband and Wife.
Talhnt .7 Taylor. Wall Street broker,
and his second wife, Mrs. Marie Kane
Taylor, compromised their differences
to-day and by the terma of a aepara-
tion agreement, executed after a day's
conferences. Mrs Taylor Is to have the
' Income from a trust fund which will
provide an allowance of at least IS. 000
s year and a domicile. The broker
nK'ied t he agreement when Mrs. Taylor
any way. The document The Evening
World learned to-day. la an Ironclad
agreement, which as effectually sever
the couple as though a Judgment in
niisoltite divorce had been granted, ex
rept, of course, that neither Taylor nor
"'"""o may remarry under the agree-
cnoru to orniAin rrom M. I. Male-
vtnekyj Mrs. Taylor's attorney, or from
Thomas J. Hughes, the lawyer who rep
resented the broker in the adjustment.
further details of the amicable settle
"You may say that a friendly adjust
ment Involving a separation agreement
has been reached." said Mr. Male
vlnsky. DREAD OF PUBLICITY BROUGHT
Mr. Hughes declined absolutely to dls
I MUM the afatrs of his client.
The troubles of the Taylors reached
j the public this week when Mrs. Taylor 1
I was given permission to file in the
County Clerk's office a complaint In an
action for a reparation from Taylor. It
appeared from an affidavit that a sum
mons had been served on Taylor as fsr
back as Maroh Is, 1911, but no papers
iiad been filed. In order to oomply with
tlie law, It was necessary for Mrs. Tay
lor to get tho Court's consent to file
her paiiers as of the date on which the
BUM. was Instituted.
With the affidavit came the informa
tion that the lawyers had labored un
successfully to effect first a reooncllla-
" then a friendly agreement
,ne Taylor" Talor
imnded a sum for her maintenance
, whlch eXcredeil . a year, and this
i demand deadlocked the negotiations. It
' was only wtien the affidavit caused
j widespread publicity that negotiation.!
I RtOVed rapidly.
There was ajso the proepect that Mrs.
Ta Wr would ask the Court for sufficient
alimony to maintain her aa she had lived
as .Mrs. Taylor's wife, and this new move
entailed mora affidavits, which would
.lis lose to ths public the sources and
extent of Mr. Taylor'a wealth. Besides,
the papers would reveal the oharacter
of the cruelties charged by Mrs. Taylor
against the broker.
MRS. TAYLOR NAMED AS CO-RESPONDENT
BY FIRST WIFE.
Under the terms of the agreement.
the details of Mrs. Taylor'a charges
will no! now h.-come nubile. Even the
I n.ii. i i n .ur ,,o HI. In lh.
I ,.,., . th,,,,.,,
Mrs. Marie Xane. owies Taylor w us
luxineu. as co-responueni in mi uivorce
suit brought by the first Mra. Taylor,
J who was .lessloa Keene, daughter of
I the late James R Keene, In 1MK It
j was allege! by the tlrst Mrs Keene
' that her bus ban di whose ne in :ii
financial world had been accelerated
by his rather-ln-law, had been Intimate
with Mrs. Marie Sane Oowles since
1W7. The referee found the buebnni
I had been guilty of ln.scondurt lth
Mrs ( k)W les anil I
tc 'Irs. Jcssiivt K
he- ths custody o
sreo was awant.1
I Taylor, allowing
sir three ahlldren.
About year after
the divorce Taylor
married Mrs. Cowles In Siamfonl, Com.
He la now forty-eight years old and
she 1s thirty-seven.
Taylor was a young Ralttmorem
INCOME AND HOM
Mayor's' when Jamei It. Keene male him a pi o
lo Mr. i tOSJSi and then entered 'he young man
In a brokl nate firm MUi his son, Kox
DEATH MESSAGE ON WALL
MaHalloa krmr l.ndaer Haagsd
Hlmeelf n Ills Room.
A man Who registered at the Narration
Army Memorial Hall at No 22S Bowery
aa John Tourney was found banging
from a knotted (trip of sheeting just In
side of rlie door of Ills room on Uie aoc
ond door to-day, dead. He had written
the name of J. Toomey on the walls of
the room and on the Inside ot a cover
of a cigarette box with tbe address No.
10 Oreeawloh street.
Thar was not a rent In his pockets.
He waa about twenty-Ove years old.
At No. 10 Green Mi strevt the pollc
found two trouble! women, who said1
that their brother. Joseph Toomey. had
been away from home since yesterday
morning. He waa dismissed aa a la
borer In the Barge Office six months
oi tea aeon daegwlaat erejr ,
Winner of Perfect Baby
Contest Is Challenged
Bu This Brooklun Infant
s'. .Re. .bH w& w
LiiiL-. ' ar:4J
I fCy BERNARD LtFC.KITJe-. LP
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COMPARATIVE POINTS OF NEW YORK
AND BROOKLYN NEAR PERFECT BABIES.
JOSEPH KKI.I.HH, BARNARD LIPflCHlTZ.
"hamptun Manhattan Baby. Otaamplon Brooklyn Baby.
27 incB.es .
21 lb. 4 os..
18 Inches . .
18 laches . .
MtVine f DsmrH 1 incrhit7
OIVIUIVI Ul UblllUlU fcj,.-v....- I
Throws His Hat in Infant
Maybe Joseph Keller of No. 1 West
One Hundred and Thirty-sixth street
Is the most perfect baby In ths bor
ough of 'Manhattan. They found him
w per cent, perfect In the Bxblea'
Health Contest held the other day at
Public School No. 1. But Joaeph has a I
challenger In the boraugh of Brooklyn.
He is Bernard Ldpsrhltx of No. ISM:
Eastern Parkway, and his picture ap
pear In The Evening World to-day.
Bernard's mamma, like most mammas.
Is sure her offspring Is the moat pen
f,.i Mtea An.1 Iternsefl'a nuunma is
patriotic, too. She says:
In Brooklyn there are bahlee that
can equal if not exoel the record est
up by the prise winner, Joseph Keller."
Of course, Mernard la one of these
babies. He oertalnly looks like a prise
winner. And tt must be admitted that
his meaaurememe beat Joseph's, al -
though Bernard la nearly a whole
month yxssnger. According to the table
of comparison, Brooklyn Is three and
a half Inches taller and two ounces
IE WEEKS' PRINCE
IS OUT OF THE TOMBS
Elinor Glynn's Hectic Hero
Won't Be Tried on Charge of
Stealing From Cabaret Girl.
OhaTlSl Robinson, alias
alia Prince de Clalraioni
Tombs, bent on VengenOS.
as l.kely to slap somebody
as not. and If he does a
Paul ' M'en.
Is out of the
He Is Just
on the wrist
ell It Will he
a real hard Map
The hero of BllHOT Olynn's "Tine
AVeclcs" hu.1 t.cen In the Tornbs just
three n.onlns lo a day u lien he was
released this afternoon. He said he
would devoie the rest of his life to
rehab. mating his good mine, wh.ch had
been besmirch by Patsy Arlington an
aOtretg of :he -alxirets.
KobinsOB Ik really t
Trie Spring Styles
aw&it inspection at your
dealers l?and up
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO, mc. Makers. Troy.N.Y.
. . ii ib. a os.
heavier than Manhattan. Also
than Manhattan. Also Brook'
lyn's chest and tummy are each threi
whole Inches greater tn circumference
than the measurements of Manhattan
To be sure, Joseph Keller has six tseth
and Bernard Upschlts has only two.
uet Joseph hug that consolation to his
"My eon hss blue eyes, brown hair and
a light complexion," says Mrs. Llpsrhlts.
"He Is eight months and eleven days
old. and I have always nursed him.
weighed him to-day, so 1 know that Item
la right. I am unable to give aclentine
answers to the other questions on the
score cards at the Babies' Health Con
test, such aa the quality of muscles, pu
pillary distance, potency of nose and so
on. But I welcome an examination by
the judge of the cont-at, lr Hoger If.
Dennett of the New York Milk Commit
tee, or by any other qualined Judge.
I erg , expreaalon and attention, four uf
I the payohologtcal points on which the
Manhattan bahle were judged, tbe pho.
! t, .graph of Bernard, taken April . 1(11,
answsrs more eloquently than any words
: 0f mine.
I " dnoerely hope that the borough of
1 Brooklyn will be Included In the next
perfect- baby contest," Mrs. Llpschlts
! And It would aeem aa If Bernard were
1 a pretty husky rsndlda:e!
l (llynn's hectic novel et least, there
nun been no authoritative dispute to his
claim to thst, as It were, honor. He
I came to New York last fell and was
: Interviewed considerably, and also waa
admired by the female frequenters of
; Uroadway cafes, he being a person of
j considerable pulchritude.
Patsy Arlington, who Uvea st No
I ID0 West Forty-seventh street, caused
his arrest on Jan. IT. She aald she had
entrusted him with her cute little gold
wutch, and he had gone und inwr,d
the snme The hero of "Three Weeks'
said he had no intention of stealing the
afeh. but an IndlOtmonl for giand lai
ceny was found agult"-t him.
lie was tried In I'eli .-'laty and :h
lury disagreed, eight voi'ng for .r
initial. Assistant MatfievAttorne)
Pies told Judge Malone, In the Ca'Jrt
of Ueneral Sessions to-day, that he be
I v d another trial wuul I tie fr.i i .
so an order for RohlnatMl'l release i
MULRY WOULD NOT ACCEPJ.
Ilrnlrrl Nf Wli Mr lluuar Mr U t ou
Idd'rrU fir riillrlrahlp,
(Htnrial Tli Kvrnlng WorldJ
W'AHHIN. TON, April I. -At thf
V.'Mto liiiu.v to-dny aiinnunt1!!.!) WA
Dittdt that TboniM M Mulry would not
i,e ;ijp.nt' J Oolite tO I Of t ) I'ort o'
New Yirk. furthermore. Mr. Mui. .
would not take the office if terirjr'rel to
JERE COOKE'S WIFE
ACifC niunDOtr rnD
i lla a a Bklial A A tfli
HIS BABltS Ml
Will Free Ex-Rector to Marry
Ploretta Whaley and "Ciive
Them a Name."
To "give his Innocent baVss a name
a 'hi Ihelr mother the right to call her
self hie wife" Mrs. Martnda 'larks
Cooke has relented and filed eult for
divorce at Hartford against Jers Knn.lt
Cuoke, who. while rector of SI. fc.rg's
Church, at Hempsted, U l eloped with
his oung ward, Kloretta Whaley, alx
Cooke and his glii companion, who
have two Mttle tons, were very happ
over It to-day, and declared that It was
Ood's snewer to their proyees that lis
tske this means of showing His for
giveness of their offense.
Mrs. Cooke has been living at No. Ml
Proepect avenue. West Hartford Una
ask permission In her suit to reeums
her maiden name.
T only hope." she said, "Chat Mr.
Cooke win do she right thing by his
companion and their ohlldrea. In free
ing him I bear him no malic ami only
hope bis Ood will forgive him tils sins
as readily aj I do. I have ony ttie .beat
wlabss for bo ah Mr. Coasts and. as I
hope, his Wife-to-be '
Mrs. Cook declared that wblls she
would aever assist Cook financially,
h would aid bis ehlMisa If thsy ever
were In want.
"Those poor little bsarie are not to
blame." abe said. "My heart le full of
sympathy for tSMsn."
Floret! Whaley with th two chil
dren, Paul, Ave. and Ohseter, three.
wept when eh heard of the divorce
'For six years," she said, "1 have
lived only for this dny to com, and
now that It ha come I can hardly
realise that at last my prayere havs
The ootid ren, aeelng their parents
weeping, began to cry loo. Then the
parents knelt ami prayed, and when
thsy had finished llttlo Paul lisped the
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On of Our Wm9 Of An Englleh g
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WHO ASKS DIVORCE
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WILLS OLD SERVANT $20,000.
Net Jereer Weaaaa PrevUee Cat-
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MAY H UANDINO. N. J.. April IT.
Twenty thousand dollar and life occu
nency of a cottage a a reward for
faithful ssrvlcs for years ara given to
nVTH WK ;
7, cor I'ark Pi
CI near lltb,
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6ll, near l2d.
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ltt Smith Ht . cor
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cor. Upencer rl,
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101! t'lathush Ave
ot Tlldeo Ave
soerat Mutter Drpartmrnls
307 Witter St . ne ir It.eis
Van Dyk. branches everywhere.
Msrgaret Cunningham In th will Of
Mrs Margaret Daley of this (lty.
The estate was U)s,om, all In mo?.
Mrs. Daley also left L.iyw to the V.I, a
TAKE THE LEAD
The New Tonic, Tout Vita,
Has Now Gained a World
THE UNIVERSAL TONIC
While Comparatively a New
Preparation, Has Already
The discovery of the as
Tone Vita, places America ahead of the
world in ar.nther branch. In fact. It la,
oae of the first real medical alesui sties
that ran le said to he typically Asserioaa
and it is on a par with otaar great
American inventions, such as the tela
phone end telegraph.
lone ua has not neon a ojseovwy
that has only appealed to a few by aay
means, for there is scarcely a esaa at
woman in America who caanot bassof
by it if they would. It cease at a tfaht
when it looked as though the health of
the whole nation was going to he aadBj-
mined by the latest dl assssly.
This is a comparatively new slient.
or rather it is one that in recent year
has become general eaoagh to BSBftt
the particular attention of doctors Ms
scientists. It is s worn out state of the
nervous system which react aa other
organs in the body, eventually awttthat'
in tbe weakest. Consequently, k bjbF
be said that aay y mptonu may
it presence. The most geaerel
lions, however, are:
susceptibility to slrkaoeoi I
and restless sleep; being easily tfc-JgU
loss of eppetite and weight, eg a tsotiaf
nf Iwing geiierslly run-dnera.
Ton Vita can be pare he as d at aay,
of the up-to-date drug stores ia Now
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21 West 34th St.
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