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Will Make Searching Inquiry
Into Causes of Disaster.
TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY
Dirtrict Attorney Will Scr to It
That Conditions All Over
City Arc Known.
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MUFFS PACKED WITH SILK
Oirli Arrested for Shop Lifting
Havr Qunntitips of Clothing.
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?GUSNE SAYS CM
t ?ntlnned from fir?.! pug?*
??ity wtik'h escaped the eyes of th?? F
I Department, ?;i?ii plac* being tanree
gated hv th?? fort man i>r the man) i
Kin?^ oontpanleg In rsrheee districts tli
v. ere 1?k iifoii.
The Inrestlgstlona lasted gerei
??!-. nn.i after ;i report bad been nut
? t?? the Coramlnloner ?t eras foewardod
'??'ii tli-- Building** Department and I
Tenement ii,,?.?.< Department Many
recommenda tfona ai>i.',i wer? in.-?'
I by th?- Oommlsslonci wer? .->' one? ??
t< nd< d lo, bul ? his one >ei ma to ha
j >>?-<?!, n?jg-|i,-?. ,? ?
? '?ii-1 ?'t,.k<-r's stal ?menu ? ? n ? irm
ropi ori d bj IVIIItara W. Walling ??
? gned in- oflke at First i" put* ? '01
mlealoner of th? Statt Departmeni
Labor aboul ;? month ego Mr Wallit
I declared that tht.ndttlona rxlpting
I th? factoriea end mercantile eatabllal
menta In thla ? It? In thla i ? i" et ae
dlegr .? rful and ? ? en criminal
II? said thai the Inadequacy of fire e
ape? ??!) many of these buildings ha
been known a lotur lime to Hi-? depisr
??.m? "Hi which he iras ednneeted, bt
explained thai the Department of Lab?
?i- longer bad Jurisdiction over the pla?
j inR i.t ru.? escapes, tl Ii a*orh being wltl
in the authorll? ??' ?:i< Flr< Depart mer
and ? i? D? i at tmenl of Bulldtnga an
i M- Walling unhesitatingly held thei
two rltj departments responsible f,.r tl
dit Ion of affairs Hihi every da
threatened Juai auch cataatrophes gg i
at night.
Mr. Walling talked on a subject all
':? aas Intlmatel? icqu ilnte
? s.-.:,i thai If the authoritj t
! en fon t i ? - ? la** with regard to ?re ei
? ;ii.f- had remained with th? state off
rials it would hav? been more atrlr.
. c? nt'\ observed than hsa been the cas
I since :t becami flu function of Ihi <?
d< p ? im ' ??? ? ? is n large numb?
of buildings In this i Ity to-day.' al
Mr. Walling, "thai arc not proper]
pped with fire escapes, and man
, ?.i"!?- thai :?r n. t equipped al all. if
lie- started on the first flooi of one o
?',-.. inadequately equipped buildings n
human being could pos Iblj ? a? ape In
jury, and more than Mkcl: would b
? I? d.
WorU Transferrft-i to tli? City.
? Th*. i ?? pai "i" ni of I, ? bor had luris
diction over the placing of fire ee?*ape
ip t" bi.'"m si\ ??: aeven y?t*ara :?-??. :n.?
1 wan! ?., -.?- thai the work waa per
formed better ihcn thi n ilnce * he powe
iranaf? rred to th? Fir* ' ? ps i
: and the Building Department. Tl .: pe?
? ?? ? ?v... i< , the factor? Inape? tors o
our departmeni ' ai taken oui of theii
[hands bj a decision of Ihe court, thi
?'?nirt of Appeals upholding, under ih?
\<?\\ V.-.rU "ity ?.'-,;. it. r. Ihr ?Jurtsdictlci
of ii;f two ,'??? departments thai I hav?
mention? d. r- or? thai linn ? i ?? oui?
[ mak? reporta to them oi the Inadgq ia< ?
of th? provl**lona f<~>r et* ai" from fire h
? ? and frequentl) the anawei
? ould '"? tl al "i theli opinion the build
Inga * I h we called attention wert
propei ?- pped The law has not beet
prop? ? ? ? - ? > ? ,'d
Mr Wall ng had al hand .. ropj of lh<
report made to the Legialature In Janu
ary by Commissioner John Williame, ??
|th<? Departmeni of Lai. In which th?
I Commissioner expressed the tear ol i
der like thai ol yesbrdaj". Undet
mptinn of "R? .i Ion to Fires In Mer?
I canille Establishments." hi said, h
' .- ituri t?-. ? ik. -,.111?
:?> maki fh? pli ? - sfei In raan
'..f fir-. ii.i "auch .-i provision for safet?
;. ii i. )),?? would bi fai
?'? .ru ig m? asur? - there*
ors.111 i 11 c ?
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ai known no heed waa ':?k? n -i!
th? ?? ' ? tAg of eipei i' net.
Mi Wllllama aaid In hla repon "No
duty laid by lav on tht Department
x Labor In regard M the safetj "r em
??? an< Ib ? stablishm? nta.
i irr. Ite ??? i," i.- Btt? m Ion
; t-. that pari "t my report und? r t! ? cap
tion 'Escape In Caa? ?'f Fire.' ?v<- ba
; ?i" deaire to t*aua? undue alarm nor t.
? ? ? >? ll-?. I ioll. > 'U I i' ??
were 1 d to the possibilities of a i ata -
? t,ophe '?? ould richly d? aer e cen
. pure.
Concern fo'- Employes' Safety.
"I think th? not? of " ar nine <?<> clearly
sounded bj Mr Oernon fchlef of mercan
It!,' Inspection) ahould be rarefully ^n
aidered and adeq tat? proi ?r-im. mad< for
the regulation and enforcemenl i>nr
ng c? rtaln periods the business instincts
ir m? rchanta aeem to absorb evary
? ?? ? ? onsldt ral Ion. But th.' ?. rf< 11
?. ,,; enripio; es and pat rom shoul I
?a' all iin remount.
! ? .-?: t that in recenl years no aeri*
tire baa broken "'it In any large
ntll? ' -' ?bHshraent la no assur?
? ??? that stv-h ??? thing will no! happen,
and ? provision for the safety In case
- , i. occurrence e'ould b< far better
?than sweeping measures thereafter a?
... ? *. ?*i*-i- ? <>? c\ things nop.
Icet??d."
Winfi? d -? oti -''" I an, rsscretary of
I Fire C'ommlsslonet Waldo, who ?***aa al
lh? i.at? rdaj. said ,,f Ih? matt? r of
. . . . - thai II " as In ",'? hands "f
Build -.- ' ? pari ment He aald thai
I th? I'm- Depat lm< ni had be? n dt ??' -<t
I Irg l??ug i Im? lb? suffi? Ion ' of Ml ?
building d I bal
. , , i \\ tide ? ?'? "i.i' point? :
n _? r -(? i - on tl ' ? ' ??>'?? annual
,. i. r.led i fev ?? ige Thla I?
hat < i loner V o had lo saj on
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I iliotll? lo the 1 ?? I >?
.?i i rontrol all
matt? ? ? .?.:??.. ,. -,?... , .,.,,,. .
ar? i-id ? I onl for th?
, case of fire, t.ijt al?"-,
ting i : d< lb? .-n? m ?-???
th? ? '???' Depart I h no au!hoi
H ? ? ? . i .i ? s fir?!
i indei control of the Bblld?
i, i | .," : l ? i. ;.
. ? ? rnt 11 . ? Depart .1."
Buildings r.i?r?*riMt-?iH?ni Awny.
i
\ ?; fot i." - first di pul
, .' ' i ? ? ? t? Departmeni
... i ...i,.. ? ? ol i ?? set places
.... ? i i i? Departmi i ? d
? Bui .'ttii- I" ?"'?'!"" '?' '"' iht Ii sul ?
??. [.. on fact<
i uiidii a- a hil? th? Fit ? 'ommb aioiu i
I uta '? u| ,r? Ihe Bulldtnga Department,
.... hi* report 'to th? i ? ?
? i?. Departmeni applying onl
?nt houses
|- Mill - up? in tl id? ' ol
II , Buildings Depa.nt - ?.?? ? on a
r .
m ... ti. i. ... "M< ? 'i ?? - Magrs i ?"?
, , i. . ? n, n Ii November, ?bei
i. Pi i-1 lost fli Mi -
K. f?n. romullliig ?sntflneor on ?Ufe Itw
an??? nn?l Hi? prot-OCtlon. la ?i i"i?'l
MO ine:
"KH?-t??n ?on dit ??in* In ?greater N
j York nr?^ untoubtedlj* a* I???? ?M <hl
Jim ?etm-Hl?cd In NOsTUrk. Anv firr?
I spector ?can teatify to this from pcrsoi
I ? ?baervftU?"***?, ttow York has n?ns
IM.-000 Industrial ?satabUehflMtttS, \?
clnpc to 7?M?.?mii \\,irk?rs in them. Tin
PT* dlatrtbutod amoiiit 1'J.isN? l.nildln
i only LO00 Of ?-vhtiri hit? Ol BfOpTOOf M
latructlon. The reartalnlna II,?000 fact?
1 bulldin-gs are <?f ?ordinary ntm-ftrepn
COnfttrucUon, '.4itli the Minn? \v?.oil flu
?4.i>s ?and ouUMe flrr? ?mk*s?pcs tiiat ?ata
tii? N**warh fa? t?>r> a flretrap."
How Panic In Averted.
in the ? sur\-.?'.?? u,.ii,n...k .f. Port
who baa catabllahed ? ?a*r?*?<*ni <>r f
drille in fSrtOf*k-S, tnyg th.it an MM
?the operativ?***! un? sur?? thai in ilmr?
.lnnt-.-r the?/ ?'an r'?, .?ut snfV?l\ th?- b?i
conncloua f?ear 4?iu.?h on ?occasion mat
.1 panic die*. Mr. Porter says:
"in many factories which I have ?
amined al Ihe r? qu?es( ?,r tin? propri?t?*
? ?satlef* th? in that they wort doing ??
111 ? > . i.'ii.i tot the'-aafet? of ihotr et
p!o? en, T ?have fall-ed t" And any whk
i ? ?? ay ?or snoth??r, had not Intr
,,,,, ...j nom? N'l.sini'ti.'ii t?. il.? a'.?ni
blllt* of iheli tir?? ?escapea and liad n
:a?i,..\.ii ihelr fire ?extinguishing .?
psratun to -" unlnap?med nntil h tri
! ;i|4s?i|nt"'' liaeleM, Many ..f til? fl
torlei gi*re i??? tiioiiKlit lo i' ? ?atibjei
and on i?n? ?.?????',?-i-.t? mi question t.? ti
Iauperlntendenl a? t?> what he would ?
?ir ?case n fr? o? ? urr???) rltflit flu n \? :
?n. i i.\ the ama alna r ?-t? ' >' thai he wou
think of tome "a? t?? get hii ? mpk>? i
?mi.
"if nn employer I aa pro? Idod broa
' o.isiiy ?accessible ?lire escapes, an?) ^ivis
; of lh?'.n. ?1 V.? 'i??.- pro? '?!???] im I
?tali ? as. ???. conatructed Interior rn
ilarma, and ha? taken enough Inter?
, in the ?safet* "f iiis ?people to establli
.?! Are ?iiin then ha lia-* .?i leam pi\*
hit employes :* chance f-or th?Mr Urea."
2 GREEKS WITH MENINGITI
One Dies at Sea on the Steam
ship and One Comes to Port.
'i ??.. more ?casos of ?*-?erebro?splni
menlngitle ?were found by H-eaiih ??fri?-?
Dotj in the st.?, raffe "f the Auatrla
ateamatiip Argentin ?. which arrived yet
terday from Ihr plague ridden port (
Petras. Thia bringe up the t??i?! numbe
of raset of ?Ik ?1 it?-^.?yo brought \r\ frot
? ;r< .?.? to eight? i ri
Tims fai ?ii the . -i tea ?brought lo Ihl
porl have come from Oree.n ateam
ihipa of the Aue tro American and Oree
line* ? >n< ? r the patienta on th? ?\r
_??'??,? di? -i on March ?56 and was burle?
... Th? other eat??* appeared rei-era
... - iii? Th? x let I rn a aa n mot ed I
Swinburne leland, where Dr Dot] ad
minister? d th? Flexner sorum trentmenl
Th* psssengera ahsrlng Ihe ?a'?ne ??
ad ja? ' ni ? ompai Im ? ?ta ? Ith th? patienl
??-? r? removed lo Hoffman leland for oh
-? ? ? itlon \lt pses*?ngers '''i ''" ^r
genttna were ^x?min?*d and ihe?r lern
peraluro? taken rt??>fAr? ti. Health Odie?
. Mi.? it-AMmelilp from Quarantlni
NEW TRIAL OF $50,000 SUI1
Salesman Charges Goddard ?4
Sons with False Arrest.
a ;?><??.< trial wai ?-????'?-?-<-.' ? ? iterda] b; th
Kppellat? i?r lalon ol Ihe Bupreme ? '???in ii
the aull of ?eorgi \ Lsthroi agalna ti,
firm "f .1 W Cloddard a Bons, of which lb
late Captain F. Sortott f?oddard wat ? mem
her. f??r *."." Ott tot fais?? hi '??-?. which 4? ;i
diMnissr.l n, thi? Snpf'til1 iV.iirt f. ' ' i. ? >i
?.?.,?? ? - man for the Ooddard I ??>?
?tVrtile i;? wai In ? ':??;?? II I ad an a?
lach ol pu nmonla and was hi n hoepital tot
day? 4\'hn he I ????'?? *r*d >?n.i v > nl Ig In
ii??ii,. m Virginia '?? r?-? ?.i ? rat? hi* Irunl
"'. ?..?;:? -,?- held In ?CTweland for ti??
I n !??. ill of l bill "f ~ ! : '? ('pon 1 ' ? r'tiit'l
to work in? firm ta'?- Mm W???? \<y\\ ahlcl
?.. itai ' rax ihe ?road aaain
'..??in ? ;? inl<t-n?i< ?' lo red? ?m the tr?ml
?.?n '?? ?? -?i < i.land, bul becaro* *'
:.n?i had'to !.?i^?, ?)'? Wa pta?*??' Tht fuir
?i?.. -i\ day? to t'?-t the trunk, an?
then had blm arryat?ed on the eharg? ??i
;:rati.l lar??-1!!? . II.? -..II that he ?-nff'-i? ?
'irreal humiliation bj being lakes throuat
it reel hand?cuffed. The cr.,i??J j??i r*
i ,.?,i t.. indict him and he u,??. dlacharg?ed.
lili mil for fslee arree! 41.1?- dlamioaad
hut In r? ? r na? n,, d? ? Mon of the trial
? th?- Appellate Mvlslon mM thai
while Ihe Ooddard Arm mlfhl hn:i <|ii?>??-.
?i- : l..'!"'? n*p s good faith In t..?i -?;-<>itiii^
ti.? 'i?iti?.; there wsa absolutely n?it!iinc t?i
jui llfj hli at " -1
DAVIS ESTATET0PAY IN FULL
Counsel Says It Will Discharge
Debts Without Lawsuits.
: : ? catate of Robert Ps1-". the Demo
?iall ? ad< r of ]i?.?i-..? ? ,. mtj. S. J., *?.?'l
diecharg? ever* debt ?iiii?..ii ?loas or law
is th? rtst<**tn?*Tt1 in Jersey ''it.\ yea?
?? ., of < Senator W llilam 11, Eds i ???
.. unael f??r th? estate "I leprsaenl thf
? ? : ",n;.i in ' ..' ? ?city I
? an aaj non i hat ? ? ? ?'? < will b? paw
and ? at tl er? r>'??'i ha no f'-ar on th* pan
pi in; ? i ? 'i loi - Bo '??' at I a county >e
con?-ern?ed, iranearttlon that f'ounty
collector Stephen M. i:??an ii.r-? have ha<1
will ?? ???ti wi without '"~i* or lawaull "
The ?'??".ni ? v.ii?-. t??i depoelt?Ml th??
? mini ? ' fund n hie ??" n name und?er th
.,n ??' '.'?- ? ?? m" ? o iniiel John iIrlflln
,,..i y?eaterda that he hi ?i prepared an a??i
? .i ? ould chanf? fi la< and compel he
county collector? to deposit t >? <? count;
mon'?.' 'n ihe ?ain'1 of Ihe rount) He in?.
.-? m ha" n aiioth? r Uli that 44 ni ?.?i ilre
?.n 11 -atlgalion "? the a. ?ounts "i
muni 'Ipallt 1 uh I? a?-? ountanl on? e ?<
? ? ,1
ftriflln laid < ???..? ,. ; ;--?? ? i,r Board ??'
?'!i?..-.<>i Freeholders t.. ;??r-;? 1 ?.? ?,, Suprcm?
< 'oui ' Juatlce ^n? ,i> /? i<> ,1 |<jorougl
? |isation of tii?? affair, ??r the count;
1 '? - pit? ihe itatem? ni ol ? iJ?eni t-oi : ?d
?ai that then ? ? 1 ? in am ? ?
iii.-.iin?'tii of x\io lalmi ?, 1. ? 11 ? eelat?
.. -. riini th? *???">?'? loaned to 1 ? froi
? ni ' m?.o???. 1 la ? ?. r for ii r
? Ido?? of Rol ? ? t Deri? .. ?i emt hatl? ?
.?-t? ? du ? . iir.i , . 1 ,i,,, ior in 11 ??? 1 ?
. tot? souH hsv? '" I ? ? ? ? ?. t"'
VERMONT SOCIETY'S DINNER
250 Grren Mountain Boys (and
Girls) M"ot in Hotel Manhattan
T ? .i' ."Hi "'?? pile - ..?? i ?!?? 1.. 1 of th?
'.'. nnr?t ? Bo l-et? ? ? If Id n? ?. ? 1 (..'? '
Manhattan lasi night and two hundre?l
. ,.j eight; Vet rnonf ra, men ind ? om n,
attend? d '???' ernoi John .1 Mead ol '
mont Qovei ?boi John ?V Dix of Ne? , ?
? angre-saman Frsnk PI n I? Ii - . h A
i>. ?sot i i?- kt? nt of thi National TJf<
Inaurai.ipan ??' ?Montpeller, <,n?i
John f.nrr-11 '!"? '??' of th? Bureau ?of
Ktn* ? n an Repub ? aet . ? Chin,.
? , ? | , i. i ? |?M J I' .|<:-n? <?f ih,
Ham| ?hlr? ?So? k I ?and fharh I Llltl?
n? ?i |.r> rhlent of ih \i iln? I? ? r?ere
aleo preaenl
?Walter l> J i ? preeldent of I ? ?
mom S"'i.??. ?? :??i n- toaet latrt i
r.e\. or T!.'?n..?' r?.?"rt-.i. \ii and M
Andre? >\ B?aon ?fJeorg? I \llnci ludg?
ihr m. m, ? la ?and Ml II. ' :i ?, ?
were ?? mon - thoe? ..' ? ?ent other? ? ? ?
? ..I?. and Mi I H i "handler, Welici
? ?.i? i ?? ? i ids? h e Jn on. M.
? i i< n n a lid Mi a? i Mi Uarrj I
Bilma?*.?
?EifVATDfC SAVE M
i
Two in Service at Time of Fi
Run Until Cables Burn.
'MADE 15 OR 16 TRIPS EAC
i
'Outsider Starts Freight Ca
Shut Down for Day, and
Rescues Nearly 100 in It.
The building whlett waa b?irr,-??i fgj Was
, i:.({i"ti Place last night ?a?, equipped wl
I four etevatora two f??r paanetagesa, o., i
j Washing on Plan side, said tare for fr??i??>
I on Ihe < '?r< ? im street side, hi Ihe time t
? . started only thoee for paaaengiia we
running, the other iw?> hating been sh
' doe ii for tl,.? day.
Joseph /?tin. of ?fe HI Maedoug
Street, ? g - In fhiirpr of OtM Of Hie ol
-..it"?;! nur) .I'.rn*'?- riaeper waa r-inninp '!
other, The) heard screaming coming dos
the elevator ahafta and Immediately rr
? ? .?r: ii-fi -,. tb* . i- ,iii fi,?.r. whirrs tl
i fir? slfli ?? .;
"I found ih* c ' owded about m
? i""r?'." Joseph /.i.?,? ni.! "The etevatot
? iiniii tu bold about fifteen persons, but
I can't ?.' how many pro arded into it sa<
| time -itt?Ti!\ or tnor?-. ;,t least When I
?tiK.ro l-OUtd get I? I n^rti-.?) ihr."? hrhiti
S to watt, and took my ?"n?i i?. th? street.
i mad? fifteen or twentj trips in ara:
' taui'ic more then ? earful eu. h iitn
Kv< y Hin.? I win: ||p th??? net* gettlg
i ? and more frantic, and il ?a?; ;< i
. "Ul-l '1" t" clOtM '' ? .I""'
Il WS? ImpOseil I* 1" Shut t,.r rinnr- n
k\a\ rip rh.it I made I *??nt i")
t.i tl.o <*i?i?,il flog ? 'hm in, ? Ti:?-. '? ,,(..,,
?"r? screaming i? < me lo ?"m*- an?i gi
then But I ???> i'?] not K" ni as the ? .i ii
of thi ear were burning, ar.,i it ..-r, ii i. ? i.
i.o^n u***1**aa When Ibej iw i s i a-' at
? ? ending at i*?a*rt Rfrj em* from the m ?>?
floors were Aber pushed or |i:mp
through the open doors down the el
?IihTi "ii top of ii ' ? at Most "." thai
must have been killed,
a the mi,? I was going and eoming. 3d i
ii'.i, u "i??- ?.f the proprietors ???" thi flm
stood near lb* door, trying to ? uhn th
? Ire fing ih?*- men i" stand
and let Ihem ?-?" doe r, arst. i don < kno
ahether ht ever :."t out himself or n<- .
\.a.\e ri"' ? en hint -:'" e.
\ similar sto . Is '": I bj Jsm? -? i ?a ?,???'
lb? other elevator man. lie madi i an
trips, but wai able te reach Um lenth too
oui? once, "n account .?t the flames.,
WOMEN TEACHERS SCORE
Mandatory Provision for Equa
Pay'in Proposed City Charter.
Bj r?isg ?*; '?? la 1*11 'i rib me.]
*ill i ?, march '" Tin s-orn?n ?ohoo
i'.. era, who for seversl yeers have beet
f.lihtlng for equal pa] for r?|i:;il ?"rit. \m-?
sucn***>ded In getting a mandat? ? provisto!
,.f that sort Into the proi."1 eharter oi
the ? hariet Rerlsion Commission Thi?
rharter, drawn fn accordai. srlth the re
port presented ^ - ort Has* ago. nlll be ha?
i ???:.!.-/?.! , n Monda? night n,- Tuesday,
t,' ? | ?posed el art*i then Is ;i gen
?ral ? s? that th* Roard nf E?tlmate ma3
ri\ ?alarte?, "pi ,? ided II ist where pro
ilftion mad? fot ibt r*laaalflcatlon*et
offiee? or ?mployes In a department 1"
grade? or clames, uniform salaries shall bt
iff] ?-,,? emploj o* ii, <-.,-,, ]?
g .... 01 rlaai
following that, In th? rbaptet relating ,0
ihe Department of Hduiatkm, ? "inn.? tbb
? Ih"-<? :
l'ii"i to October I, 1911 the !?<-<ar<l sbsll
? :,.?.it\ ,fii "?? and poaittona in the ?i????a'-'
mem Into elassea or ?rra.ie?. without re?
? v of tli? ln??iiml)??iit. such
. ?.,- -..- t., tak? 1 if---- ? "n th? III it day
ol Jan pat ?. I 'II "
I ; . lOget 'I ?"-" iv>" pi'"' i-; >n? me,', 11
that Ihe Board of Education muai classify
ii ? sehet Into in ides, "regardless of
?-? \ " ,i,.i that 11 ? Board of Estimate m ist
t,\ for? t ?.t- n aatary. which ?rill be
?an '" ?? 1 peraena in that grade,
Whll Ihe ? ar? provlsfona in lh< pro?
1.: rl art? perm It Ing the Police Com?
m!?*loner ind lb* Fire Commissioner 10
?if. i '" es It. t|1(>>.. depart?
??- int.. grades these clause? a-'- not
mandatory, like that applying to the De?
lartinrnl of Kdi est;.,n
AIRMEN PLAN BIG DINNER
Treriripnt Taft and Others Prominent in
Public Life Will Be Present.
T: o first annual dinner of ihe Aere*
? ral Society in the large bettroon of
? , Hotel .\M?.r on April T, promises t,? N
the largest anil In man) respects the mn?i
Important gathering of public and a? lentlfl?
men In lb* 1 istory of earooeutl ?-? As tbs
result of :?n Invttstton ?-xtet .i*-r? b) ?1 com.
ii.ltr?-?' composed of Hudson Maxim. Will?
mm .1 Hammer TI temas a Htil, Lee s.
i". ridg? 'i 1 i!. A dame. President Taft
; ?- tignlflid his Intention to b?-' present
A in?-. othi r prominent p.:e?,t- 1 m 1...
George ron I*. Meyer, Secretar] of the
Xrvy: Jacob '' Dickinson, Secretar? <>'
Wat : Oeneral William Crosier, eblef ,,f the
Bureau ol Ordnance; Brlgadlet Oeneral
Jsm? ? Mien, rhlef of t?.- t'nlted gtates
Army Siirn;,! rorpa; Admiral Plricber,
Admirsl p'Kelli Professor H g. w.Iwsrd,
!? ?? :?ni ?-'f the Catrnegfw r 1. - ? 11 \i t ??*>t>. :
? hartes D, "....<.u. gscraiarj ??f the
Pmithaoi an Institution, suoeeasoi to Ihe
late Profeaaor Samuel P. l^um ?? . Patent
Commissioner M.'. Dr Willis 1. \t<i?>r'. '
chief -i ?h? Weathei Buireau ; < ?! former
pi ' ltd? ' 1 "f the Amt ira <'? Q? ograpl I? al Bo*
eiety; 0.mor Wll<son, of Ves ,i<-.-i,. j :
?;,?i/"n I, M. B<n*g|um, lha sculptor:
'..ii,.- M. Beck, John Temple Qravea, ??I'-nn*
11. Curtisa Tbnoth: D. w.io.inifY, ? iftord
\. Harmon and trth 11 Bt 1 ?I an*
Oeneral Wood, ehlef "f st..rr. lisa ???
repted .<? Invitation eeradltlnnall] If all
;<: quiet "i. tli?- l<t?> llrand* he promises i"
...? i,r.-fut Dsieaatloiui from aero rlubs,
both In ihl 1 ounti ? and abroad, al al ,
,? 1 tend
r RECOVER SIEN BONDS
j Two-Thirds of Those Taken from
A. Bancroft Restored.
TURNED OVER TO ATTORNEY
According to His Story He Got
Them in This City?$22,000
Worth Still Missing.
About twa-thlrds of thr bonttg ami as?
?urltl'-s Ftr.lrn fror.i Aaron Bancroft
' member ..f th?- firm of c.c<,rpc Bancroft
'Kt ?'o., at No. |6 Bearer street, aban h?
X\an ?arrylnic them to the nnf?-? deposit
I vaults "f' th?- i'r<?<].i,--? Exchange ?>n
March 2, wen rr.r>\ercd niRht before
last I'V *<.VIIIiani M Siilllvati. of Nr.. IS
Nassau ftr?*-et. the lawyer who bad bean
looking for them niRht an?i day Mrsee the
losa baoaoM known. Trite rtlay he
turned over ail the facts in the ?'???* t"
IDistrict Attorney prbJtmaa. To-morrow
? i?<* expects tiiiit th? ntiKT thir?! <>f the
i? ?-.t> \? in i?r- returned to its rightful |
owner.
Mr. Bullivan aald i?i>! niuht thai be
did not see bo?.*- he coold ' "ii" i''* the
men frmn whom ht regsdned the bonds
of gtealrng them, because Mr Bancroft
would n?-.t i><? able to ??1 mttfj them a*-- the
j men who had footled him on the day of
t he theft; bul he rotild of course, ?and
them Dg for rr?eri\itiK gtOlen gOOdS, Ht
?t.?t"<i it as hi? belief thai thegg man
WtTt gtlfl In tin- rity, Hti'l that they ha<1
ti," rest "f th?? ????'?inMir?, in their i1"-? I
?.? --i"n
! Tli?- thi-?,?-?.. he gald, had trU-l i<-> c-?*
n?i ft rii" stolen propertj ?n Boston <?"
tli. .in." after the robbery, or two ?lay?-:
hrfor" the loss became linown. Tho|
; sd been offered, he thought, f7-1,00Q for '?
: th' ;.?t. but i efused i" lake It aa "?an
f 11*1,000. Tli.- total value of the bonds
aa "niy a little more than 190.000, ac
cording t" the lawyer. Everything was
[recovered on Friday night except :'.<"?
shar???- ',r' American Kmelter ('ompanj ?
ito i-;, -"t-iii about Si".'.? 11? ?
tdssing iiii?? ogg opportunltj to ?-] t ?-? i ?? ? - *- .
.,<? their booty. the Ihlevei found it bn
possible to 'l" ??" theresfter aithoul dan?
pjPt x ?us. "?-tv. Befon another chance
presented ?ts?-if i?. th**m ever? bank end
?rust rompan] m the United States ?ia?l
been notified <<f Ihe i" a, a ? well sa every ;
11 i.- : .i t".?-?- "f ti).-. gtocti exchange and
(every police fl'-pfirtm^t?i.
a reward of ????.?'H> waa off?ered tot UK
return "f the property, that being ep?
proxlmately the amount which It would
have ??"??( t" duplicate the securities. In
.......... ,.- duplication ?? bond of Indemnltj
Is required, nhleh would hsve amounted ?
i in this instance tu about f25O,O00, and
thr .?,,-5! ,,f ?<uch a bond would ha-.-?'
ar'O'jt equalled the reward offered. The
proceaa, however, would have required
a year gnd eongequently entailed th?' losa
,,f ? large sum of money,
Mr. gutltvan refused yesterdsj to re
late the details of the rrtcoverj of the
bt-.ii.i-. i"it h intimatedthat they **<-r'-1
sufficiently exciting, even fot n 111311 ,r
his v*. in build.
1 obtained them myaelf on Friday
night,'1 it0 geld, "in thlg city gnd alone
1 acted ?-j ? j ? ? u 1 >- and f..r th< beet Inter
??st- "f my ellent. 1 had to ?. 1 quickly "
it nag aald elaewhere, however, ?'.??'
when th?- thieves found thlngg becoming
t"i> ii'.t for them they p"' Into commun!
ration with the lawyer and offered to
return the goods foe the reward men?
tioned. Mr. gullivan want alone t<> the
?pot IndieatAd bj them, according to the
st'?ry, ?nit when he found certain of th?
securities missine refused i" 1 nn,i over
th?? money, Thereupon, it la aald, 'i ?
found himself f.i. ? t?? face a*ltb the ton*
gle of ? revolver and changed big mini.
n> wag :iii.->s?.*-.i t?, depart, ii was <h;,|
without the |d(0tli>and with only 170,000
north "i' the securities. II aras Htnt?*,;
ti, it Mr. gulUvan had been in coramunl- i
ration urtth the thieves for >-><tto thne,
and tiii?? statement was born? "'it last
nlghi by the tod thgi the lawyer h.*
aerted ratiVr mygteriouslj thai he waa
f.irr- Mr, Bancroft'a story of the robbery ?
*.? ;?^ true in >?-.gry respect
WIFE GETS^ $8 OF HIS $9
Court Decides Husband Doesnt
Own Yacht and Houses.
Tl.e ?js4*aratlon "?'.it of Mrs. Anata ?!ri
ninga against her husband, Joseph <? Jen
nlngs, furcishet another nf thos? Interest*
hijc ?debates over the financial standing "f
the husband that so often arise la thes*
cases be? n ise of ti.o site's desire to obtain
Urp?? alimonj it would appear that ? a
"if?- almost lurariably all?gea 'i.it thi
lauand baa Interests that yield hint larga
returns. The arlvea iiave the advsntage
t? ?>. because tliey can msk? their s-,.-?
menta ?m Information ..n,: .'?? i?-t. ?,, i n< t?.
1 ."?-!,:)nil must state the facts aa thej real
ar?
in th? i .mini's rsse, v herein Mrs I
nluga al!?-t?s crusty a? t ? ground for I r
application f?ir s sepatatlon, si? ?ays tha1
her husbsfM <?,????,?? ft?. houses In Tha
Bronx, some more Isnd si Mom
M*>a?'ii. \ .1 . and 1.1 additlo has ;? ?teoin
yacht r-'1 ?? <'??" ill? ges th? ?.??< Iiuatiand |
ndu?*ed ',;? r to i .???? n er I? ?? ? i- ?? ati-i f .v
-, rjmlsli hu,1 wit': mon*; for til '?
Jenning n in ? srsloi of i ?? flaanefal '
f'.aii?? ?f> ?.ii no i?- not ? t?=-iii .?-i..,, denl< ?
? 11 v,"ih> i'?,i n t-?-al e*t?to fin,, at |g
reek A:? f"i the -iph^. h, t. :,. naya i
- nngs '" hi brother. The Momno ith
? ?'ii,t-. property, :.? all?gea, l? a!?o owne<1
. 1,is brother, an>l The Rrooa houses l?e
'K t,, a friend tv>: -? horr I e . ol??, t- th
tul
rhe Bupr. m? ? ourt ordered .i*?.)n!i.-{? n
rrlft? V -i' t!i t* . weak ' .? aayn 'o
rwlvtt-g. ?? sllnoii? "rv . ,, 1 ij
m The Oriental Store.
25% Discount
R??*rmen:
Section
on Japanese
Braitei and Bronzes
Pi ? ? n. ? - i? ?? \yr t-.t, arri* ala
frr.iii tii?1 ? 'fictif ? , ,?r, .?if? r41? i~- .
P- .?-? ind Bronte \ a?? -. Iar?)i
"i ??*?. ? itidlt **rl-r-1- <-. I ? i Pot?,
11.? -, l ..I... I., ink Wells,
r>?? It Sei and man-, othei irtii lei
..: .'? ' ti
l ii?* i ? i. ? ?in|?ri.?- - man? mo I
interesting and attractive bargain
?5c. and up ?*?>
This 'ii** presents tin orf-ortu>',itx ott'tfi hut titlofH ' ? fi
fin?tes thteuch thi week,
M-,, t?? he found m 'I"* r?.-?*ni'??t Section n?*1? ? anton Kurnitur?*
Hour ? ...*-- md Reclining rhaira, Porch Curtain ?Tabll Porcelain?, and
? ' i ?, ig of time I ? 11. t ?? ' " '
A. A. VAN! INI* & CO.
H77-M7?? Hr-iarfway, het. IHth and l?th ?M*? NEW \<>Pk
Also Koston and Philadelphia
JEN DIE IN DIXIE WRECK
Five Coaches Plunge Into River
from Georgia Trestle.
?MORE THAN A SCORE HURT
Axle Breaks on Engine, Which,
with Five Pullmans, Remains
on Track?Bride a Victim
?f^nia. f,n.. afarett v.. Ton persona are
kno44ii to hate i.orn killed ;?n?i h y??>i<- ..r
'inoro ?a?=t.-? Injur'-.l -.4l.?~n .\flatiil?' ?'....it
? Line aouthbovne in.ir, So r?-.. Jkteoun ?'?
i'.." Dlsla WYyatr, u??nt througl -< ?trestle
!ov-er ti"-? AJapaha Rive II m?He ?*<?-* of
I hsre about '.'<?>? ? ? l"?'>4 Hilf? ni'.rnins:. The
, baggage '<t"i expresa '?.?ru, tv?.? ?Jaj eeach?ea
and h Pullman neu! ir>tn ton feel of water.
i i'i?.. pulhnana remain-ed on lbs track,
i hi: DEAD
| i ARVWART ?? i ??ndii?a, i?:
; ' i i.i'ivi ' i:. *? Lilian i Ifton Qi
' rLr.TCHi.il, Mm. w. i?, n- trien*i III
: Ki! ?VNl i:-. .' i' . '>n-..,r..! !--. ':? Il i
i Pa i:\y.: :.. ? ? i ton* ?? t? ? la ?aaaaa.
! aiMMOKa AH1..'. Mgr? ...rl-r.
! 44. ATSOX, Met i r t.-, ?j , ??? ?,
? ?\ -OODH ARD, .'. ;?-?7ja; mattet ira
j ?J:?
Hegte Bramai unki eu g
I ??? ,
: in i* .:? ? ?
?ft] R. ?a l? . Hi
i .?i 1.1 : vi. i :.?,*?-. - .. ii .;;. nd ??
I KI.INR J. T., uttte
PR.RKIKS, W i . '?'??? Da
(???'?i.l.l. .!. B ?"?;; M n.'r-'iiir?r. .1 ? I
' !:i" Mm
\ IVDBRlm.T, ? ',?--i Rapldl Hath.
' ?,1 SOK, ?J. T . I." 1er. v ?re
Mi ? \v. i ? i ? ? . irho was ,<i'i<-<*. ?
????> i on lier ?are* to Tamps, i'i? . with h-erl
mi?!, "!??? va<. Injured. T ej wen
niaiiirii in Chtesgn i??~' Sunday an?i were I
?i -i- bridal ?
Th" Injured were tranef-erred to tv??? A1
la ?? Coaal Uns Ifoapttal. at \Vaycs*oss.l
iia , and M ? d?ead sere iak?en to Hfton snd j
'V.. 'TOM,
According to a; official ?tatemen! the
?,? i ?????!?. ??.,.<? raua?ed by Ihe breaking of an I
?v-.? nn the engin? alien midway of the]
treatle, the irelghl ??' th? train causing !
i?-?'ii- hundred feel "f th? Irestle lo <?"!
lapa?*, 'i: ?? engine Itself remained rut the i
? ?
?': - ?i ??i. . .,.- , si is ah mil wsrntng, and
,i ? ?non .i hoes i" t ? r?rai r ifiman?
resliaed ?>'..' ha?1 happen^?! the rushed
t?-< th" r.ij;.. ,.f the ri-.-.-r and rendered a1
alalanco to ? he victima
Tii-. eoach-M in the river are about *o<
fo.t :r.?i. r water, and It ;- aald th* '.-?t of
?i.i pi..1 \<o Inereaaad t h? n the debrl? la
,ir.;i,,?i 'i- r ?-... i. ,?i' the .4 rock la In ?
remote e**tl?*n of lb? ?tat*, and 11 was a?r?
erai our? \ ? f??*??? *.r?i'? information s-si
obu Inable
STOCK EXCHANGE LOW RECORO.
Tn the ' rn hour? of *?-?<"!it,??; ?.tr<.r?|,1v
th? ti inaactlona on the Stock I ?rhange
amounted to onlj ??".?'?' tret * neu los
recor?! in many y?eara for ?.< Saturday, with
? <? es ?option of .Nit- ."?, ltbi\ t ?'??n the total
rut?'- aere '?'?'',300 ?haree, ??"l September IS, ?
"?"?. tvli"!! ? y were 7.7.??1 " i'l^i-'1- T ere
?????re dealings - ?aterday In onl? elicht; foui I
.? , i and In onl? five, i 'nlted st^t'-s
Bt?eel ,...ii.i ... Reading, ? nlon PaHflc, Al .
r-tiif? ?n and Mi--.-.''!-! Paeldr, were th?? ???.?*?
n, ,.\?.. ..r ?2,500 ?ha ft* .-???..-i roramon. I
TAiih f?'-? ?? 10.400 aharea, ? ?- the only!
?..?ii. v i,:, . re ho? ib? "i.'?"?'' in? mark '
in ?.Li- foi I?eue? ?n .si"?cfali 1er. w?**re th?? |
fi?t n.?!'?'. r hange? i>-r^^. than fractional.
? W. INI? I
Appraiser Sends Resignation t<
President Taft.
25 YEARS A DISTRICT LEADEF
It Is Believed Secretary Mac
Veagh's Ruling Against Politi
cal Activity Influenced Act.
'i'-irg?'' \'.. W'anmaker. \ipral??r of t'?i
rv.r-t ?-.f N??? York, has restgaad Keee*.
sentettve Herbert Parsons at thi r<-q,|i?p.
"1 Mr. 'iVani'inkfi. preaamt*?*] ih? r. ?i^n?.
ti.in i<? President Teft y est erde;
la -''' lag '? hia ;?i.j' ?- a appraiser Mi
n'snmsber ?aM yesterdaj tl H tltogettvet
Im had spent fourteen rear la the i*rrlcg
?,f the ferUr.ii goverameat, atad hg saw
deems It heel to devote himself is privstg
?lilfr??!'?
i? mu ?aM ?? a *. lime ego ?? at -<? ?
M?, \ ?agh "f th? Tn aau
no publi offleiaj should hoM ? ^e place of
dletrl*"*! ???Siller Mr v\ anrr,?W'-r has h?#a *
' <.>-\*r f',r twenty***!*? yatatt In the Util *???
eembly District lie la aim ?*? nismbai ?*??*
I th? esecutiv< ommbtee of th* !?? ? <n
? ounty ? '"m ntttee
Mr trVfaimaber **???? ii*-i m?u -.,, r*\ ??
. ueatloq ? she ? al ft? - ??! atv ?
II ing t.. ?. ?> ?? ?' , i lis at ? "
,'? ccsmment <-,? n.? suggestion of fr
, i-i t'?<? Treasury Departmeat
"<'n February ?" I i?ompl<gted three ;??^ri
of gsrVlce ?r- ar,l,!"-?,*"*'r ?? ;,,*? -at,?!!-' a
t; < Port or Sew York aM be, Tag
busti la "f ?',?< appr?tas"***! dspartntent i?
i ? - "'i ;i ?atlSfaCtSO t??*?-!??. an,| iir reU
tiona with ?? "?"?clates n the oft.? ? * nt\\
.i- with the customs ofrlctah of ? i
.-???. r,( the frion.i -? .? ,, t, i -r.
|. ? *. a good tim** for m?? ??> retire, sn4 (
atep is taU'-n after eareful eonaU? usa
i,.?<-; spring an havssttgattoa -f t
pra?srr*a Stores sraa ordatsd
urv MacVeagli. which continued ' r
nteutha, No , bargoi ver? Riad aa a ? ?..
? i tara fbeTrtl mal ? -
ts/uhlagten, March 2:. The --.?.-??a.
ni ?;?-?<-> ???;?? W tVaMaaksr, appraiser of ? ?
fort ?if S+w 'i'".'?-. reg '-?! ? D?crets
Of the Trmi'ir. 1 . 'i i-. It WSI
i,c. t.?.i an' ougb no d? 11 I . ??? -u f,,r
hia piare an?i hia aetloe erst r**hn*rtat
' ti ?? reason lor hi? realgatag, bowevei
sasumerj te be lach "f sympathy grita. 1
r?organisation plan of tin Tm:ii;r, w
psrtm? nt ?: arhl 1 It ? - ?!?"-ig!i?-i to sea*
irallse the customs ad ursi ??- t ? ?
port to a greater extent hi ? * piraos of
; he < 'ollectoi
it 1? itnderatood that Mr. r*a.---?av?r ?im
r ..i appro?.?-? of this change, and fee thla
r.?a?-on it **a? expected thai sooner ar 'a??
? r -**oold flt-ri himself so m? lays
path; v..t'. collector t-oeb ,;>i?' hi? r* . ?
tton arould be th?; "r,!' logical 0 ite*90M
?)or.-t'-'*orf the appraiser baa been n?***-?
or less independent of ?'? CoBeetot "> th*
the advent of Mr I?oeb the Internal ina
1 ehlnery of customs (*ollectlng ?-.as rear,
ranged to glv? hbn more direct control
over ,|" cuaterna atnt Isli of the port 1
thi?? CoHeetar Loeb *M geeretar Ms -
\ > a?, eren entirely In aeeord. TN *>.
pralaer however, opposed tb< plan, and hia
reaignatlon Is ','' res tit
Lord & Taylor
honn?te r$2?
Announce an important Sale of
William Lid-dell k C'o.'s famous Hsli Damask
Table Cloths & Napkins
About Ja less than regular prices.
Included are several grades ol Hand NVtjveti ?Damasks in
unusually attractive designs.
Table Cloth s
fc.'j.T?*? to ?$10.00?regular $5.50 to $14.50 grades
Napkins
$4.50 lo $8.?50 -regular $6.50 to $12..30 rlozcn
Also I lot of
Fine Damask Cloths and Napkins
in various makes, induced as foOowa:
Table Cloth*
$1.63 to $7.93 ralue S2.50 to $12.50
A a p kin s
$1.03 to $15.00 value $2.75 to ?$80.00 doaen
jjoo Dozen //. S. cr Scalloped Hur? ToiLtk
?-?.ion dozen, regular $4.00 and $4.20 grade?
Real Madeira Hand Embroidered
Tea \apkins
^.'t.H.') d?ozen, regular $7.-50 and $6.?50 gradea
Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases
Sheets
$4.50 and $5.50 pair, regular $6 and $7.50 qualities
ritlou ( ases $1.25 ]>.nr, regular $1.?50 ?qualit?.
Clearance Sale of
Fine Imported Steamer Rugs
1 .nglish Manufacture
at $10.50, $12.00, $18.50 ami $l<k50
l sua I values ?$21.00 to ?$29.00
Annual Spring Sale of
Muslin Sheets and Pi/loir Cases
Prices quoted below are about ?cost of manufacture
sin i ts Pillow Caaes
68x90.55c \ 68c I2*?8$) ?.l*r
72 k99. 60c & 69c 15x881 ??.lie
8I x99.?.V ?\ 76c 50x881 ?'.21<*
90x99 ... Ti)?? & S k 31x88- "..He
Also yOO doren tfxj? Pillow Cases
to (lose at i}i each
Broadway \ 20th St.; .'?th A?f.; loth St.

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