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New York to Have Only 10 Per
Cent Representation.
GUARDS IN ALDRICH PLAN
Balance of Power Divided?Joint
Stock Ownership Problem
Unsolved.
an '? Th. Monetary Coirt
l ? M !.?r ii Nat?o;
elation, ?? ? ? i, Ii noes to Congress, on Tues?
will i>i,ivi,i. for an organization so
? ? financial Institution?
at ?>f Hit- mone) power
in th? ? .?I leas than
tatlon In
Ithough thej poa
m -- fullj ..ii.- tanking capi?
tal
against go
called Wall street control of th? urcpoaed
Institution, which would largely supplant
the i'nite.1 %atas Treasur-, and perform
tie functions of a national (taca! ai
The 1 '? --?-t h about in j.?-r oent of the
banking resource! "i th?. oovntry, would
control 2e per cent of the representation In
the reserve association. New England,
with 12 pet cept of the banking oapital,
would have <x par ?cant; the Mi?i?iie West,
?with 25 ?par cent of the banking capital,
would have SO per cunt, and the Far West?
ern and l'acide states, with about 13 per
cent of th.? banking capital, would control
approximately 25 *>er cei.t
This methi-d of organization is expected
to remove the possibility of control of the
reserve association by any singlu group or
set of men.
Fifteen branch aasoctaUons will b?> pro?
vided for mm in New England, two in the
Eastern States, four rath, four In
the Middle \V?at and lour In the Far West
To control the reserve asaoolation it would
be ne?*esKftry to control a majority of
the branches. This is held to bs impos?
ai ble
It has been proposed that ownership of
bank stocks by other banks be prohibited
and that ?any bank a member of the re?
serve association be forbidden to own any
stocks in another bank. It has also been
proposed that when a bank acquires stock
control in another bank it be prohibited
from voting that stock in tha main or?
ganization.
Much ?study on the part of the commis?
sion, however, ha? failed to suggool any
provision which would be Impossible of
evasion. Solicitor General Lehmann, who
conferred with the commission at the re
guest of President Taft, w-a* of the opinion
that such a provision would present to
many difficulties thai 11 would detract
iron, the general plan ?Secretary Mac
Veagh pul or of such a
? man vidrien has asked Mr,
MacV?.
To-day Mr. MacVeagh wrote Mr Aldrich
? ? though! it w importance
n's plan of reform
should ii elude the prohibition a gall ?
hank hoidtnc r other, directly or
Indlreotly. He paid he had n??t had time
10 frame s provision of law as r?
?? truth is," th?
.. "I am ' ot In the spirit
of en i - lary lawa, as you ai
hand, an) -
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....
.. (?tributes the bs
the country, rather thir
Hie I
n of defeating Inter
ks ?an be devised, how?
-? 'he commission'i
pi.??n safi ftuard
JEWS RAISING REVENUES
Want $200.000 Income for Charities ir
Brooklyn.
The ? Brooklyn are making i
hnstllm lecure an annual
income of ?4000,000 for theii Federation ol
^'harltie* Within the )a?-t six week?
boarils of tl ho ten liu
included in the federation I
themselves to oonti I The ac?
tivity haa been Inspired Rosen
wald. of Chl?*ago, who proposes to give
to the fed? ration the sum of 125,000 in Ave
annual Instalments, if the or?ganisatloii ?an
ne-mre an annual Income of 1300,000. Of the
amount f50.000 must come from Manhattan.
A lew weeks eg" Jacob H. S. hill sent
word to tha federation that be would give
$.',00 a year for each ?0,000 it was able to
raise b?awoen $100,000 and tUbOOOt Ills ar?
re uai contribution has been V. I
After hearing of Mr. Roaonwald'i offer
he decided to help in th--? ?struggle fur a
bigger income by contributing I-'
nually, whathsc or not his conditions
met Provident Kathan S. JnnaH, of the
federation, said yesterday that the pros
pect for securing tha $2^.000 Income ap?
peared bright to 1
? ' ? ?
FINDS "CRAZIEST THING EVER"
President Miller Holds Up Pay of the
Congestion Commission.
"That'?- the craziest thing that was ev.-i
perpetrated upon a civilised community,"
declarad Borough Pvseldant Miller at the
masting of the Board of Estim?t", y?
??lev when the Control!?r reoommendi
rappi D of tLASt 12 In ?revenue
to ?pay tha expeases of the
cor - 'ii'' heai -
InKH and issued a voluminous repoti
The Controller explained that the mone*
was to reimburse th? committee, which
had 1 : ? ? i? ? i
"It ? ? ? lf-apnoint?-d < ommittee ol
reformers, ?sod I'm down on them." <)<
?let thei :
-, m to bave a
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CROWNS MUNICIPAL BUILDING
Architects' Model, .r)80 Feet Up, Is
Causo o? Much Sp?culation.
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the fact II
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B.. R. &. P. TO ISSUE BONDS.
Alba i h ?' Isation has bi ?
Pill
?burgh Rail)
??'.? loi
HOLD SLAYER OF 3 IS SANE
Jury Trying John Cain, a Negro,
Heard Many Alienists.
John t'ai?, the young negro win. killed |
'three person? and ?oui.<!???! ?Is others at
Columbus avenu? snd i"iti? ?treel "?? Ihe
night ?if Mav 17, v?as adjudged Ic.-allv ?an?
':.???!? r.inv b) a tur? before Judge Roaslsky,
In ?Jeneral Session*. A-wlata.nl DUtrl_1 At
I torne) Moss produced a numbei <?f experl
!?, who ??-stilled that ?'am vv ft? ?
? i?aranolac, bul ??.?t unable to confer ration?
I ally with his counsel, Terence .1 McManu?
Among ihe txnggtg ttkt Dt McOulre, th?
Tombs physlclsn, who thoueht Cain was
"Lej tue see, I?r. McOuire. V?"i tSStlfled,
?I bejlere, thai Harry K. Thaw vv.?.- ?an?.
??!ii| you not?" Inquired Mi. MeManus.
'1 certainly did, si'", an?. ? heartily _?*
Heve it to this day." replie.] the alienist.
Tli?. .iniv smiled complacently.
trial is set for Monday before
Judge Foster, m Part V, General Sessions.
H. weis iiuiirt.-d for the murdei of Baxoit
Barelle, of No. i?!" Columbu? avenue, after
a tertlflo flpht. which hevan "n n north?
bound ?l?vate.1 train and ended in th?
street.
THOUGHT DEAD SISTER NEAR
: Doctor Says Miss Campbell, Who
; Left $2,000,000, Was Rational.
I* The trial of the contest over the will ??f
j Miss Maria L. l'amphell. who left mi e?
; t?te* of S 2. mo, 000, wr.s oontlnued yesterds)
j before BuiTOgats Fowler. Sixteen distant
j relatives are trying to prove thai Mis?
?'amphell ??.-as not of sound mind when she
I exoeuted the will and was under undue
j Influence.
William R Rlackwe'I, a lawyer, whose
mother Is one of the contestants, testified
that after the death ot Miss ?Campbell he
?pok? of a possible contest to Howard
Townaend, execTUtor of the will, ninekweii
continued :
"I told him our point was that Misa
Camp,bcll was Irrational. He said he was
not present when the will was exeouted,
so he did not know what her state ?.f
mind was "
"I?i?l he say that hfl was Miss ?"'amp
hell's attorney7" naked .lames W. 0_
borne, counsel for the contestants.
"H?> s<Ud he ?A-o-.ilrl take any contest as n
refle? tlon upon him, a? he ?was her ad?
viser."
Mrs Mary C. Camphell, whose dead hus?
hand was Thomas Foarsa'l Campbell, a
brother of the- testatrix, was recalled t.?
explain ahont some checks made by Miss
Campbell. Mr. Oshorne produced .?ne
??heck for 1*^.033 and another for lion.f.nf.,
both p.iynjde to T. P. Campbell. Mrs
i'a:ii| hol! explained that while the IIW.lWO
check wns oaten?U,ly a Vdrthday prese.,
it rea??v represented her husband's shan
in a real eptate transaction, hut ?hat her
? ' and refused it because he had money
enough.
Dr. F.. H. Pool, who attended Ml??
?"amphell In her last Illness, testified ns t"
ental 'ondition fr?>m ir??v, to 1-C*S
"Phe took a keen Interest in everything
.ind vas eiturether rstloral," he ?aid
"T>i.i you ):?ar her ssy, n? another wit?
ness testified, that her desd slstei
urstairs"" Mr. Oshorne sskO
"N". she only ?ave me the impression
that, though dead, her sister seemed near
her."
CONTRACTS FOR CITY'S POOR
Corporation Counsel Gives Opin
; ion in Catholic Charities Affair.
Kelvin- ?.n an opinion from Corporation
Counsel Wut?.?n. ?'?immia-sioner Drummond
of the Charities ?Department wrote
; day to counsel for Catholic institutions thai
have i to receive the clt
?n? outlined by the Board
of Estimate ami Apportionment tl -
: ???is prepared t.. make special contracts
I ? Ith them for such care
? 'orporatlon < 'ounsel held thai i ?
?he institutions refuse! to accept the ap?
propriation made on the terms named ii
ust .-is if no appropriation had been
that th? charter provided thai
dent? should be placed in th?
of the institutions or their own religious
faith so far aa practicable and that It wa?
the ?lutv of th?- Charities Commlaaloner to
carry out this provision. Therefore Gom?
mer I ?nimmond would be .jus-titled in
m?kln? separate contracts for such main*
tenanc? In Catholic Institution-, which
would he binding on the ,-itv ,-ind for which
money would have t?. be provided.
Controller I'rendergasl Is "f the opinion
that n" '??'ii contract can I?- made without
the approval of the Board of ??t?mate and
Apportionment A1 any rat?-, it i.? probable
that the entire matter will he threshed out
In the courts, bul Ju?t how it will come up
| is not yet
The Corporation Counsel, In his opinion
tnlsaloner Drummond, s.ii.i In part;
V"u are v?-*sted with authorltj and H i?
duty to make provision for tin- maln
. and support of dependent children.
? Vou ?ii" expressly msde overseer of th?*
poor of the city ??f N< w York and vested
with all the authority previously veated In
;i!i?l exercised by the Board of Charltlei? and
th.. Commissioner of Public Charltiea, In
tin- absence ol any appropriation bj the
Board ol Estimate and Apportionment it
would be vmir duty under tli" law t?> make
BU?'h provision and to comply with the
legal r?-qulrementa concerning the ?ame.
in the case >.f ???n Inadequate appropriation,
or one unavallabli for any reason, it would
to be your official ?luty, to such es?
tent as might be necessary, t<> mak?
? for maintenance snd support, which
would become a legal charge upon the city,
GARY QUITS ANOTHER BOARD
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Now Cut of ?Steel Foundries Company
Wishes to Lighten His Burdens.
EX n Clary, t*hairman of the hoard "f
I directors "f the United State? Steel Cor*
i j ..ration, continued to lii-'hien the burden of
rday by resigning from the
directorate of the American Bteel Foun?
dries Company. A few dsy? au,, it was
i that he had r< ?Igned ? ? ireral
month? ?'???", *?*< chairman nf the board of
? 'halm? 11 < lompany it may be
. n. it was said, i" withdrew from
?nie? In order to devote
i,,,.,, i .n,, t?. the ?..r?. corporation.
,, dire? i"'' or offi? ? r ol many
ur) companlei <.f the Btei l Corpora
la on Ihe board *?f vario.?.?
hanks an?! i? ' here ami In Chi
un:,,, and i- a dire? lor "f th? Erie Kallroad
any, the Southern Ri ' ?mpnnj
and the Hudson _ Msnhattan l'
< lorn pan . and of the Intel national liai -
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PROFITS FOR EMPLOYES
Windsor Trust Companys "?haring ;
Plan Eliminates Bonus?;,
\ i.i? lit harina?! plan roi Ihe ? mplo
,,l tin which vvin
Ih n.. i...i lern thai
, i.isklng ?".?I brokerag? I
, . , ,i |?j ?Mail? l\ Ulla mi for?
I || , ,.,,!, iid. m ?.f Hani-.
.. ,, ,., nionths ug?i Iwiaim |?r? ?Id? n( "f Ihe
ti ust compi
?i he pi. I ' ?' gradual? ?
i.iiirin- li"?n ?'. '" i ' '
, . ,,. | .,., i| i,i..?. th? ' "iiip.ii. ?
? ?rnli ? ' ' ' ." ' fund
. ,. al. d '????II be ma?l? on Junuai i
,,, , ,,, ,, .,,,, ait? r th" i" ' "'nil ? ti"i?. the
i r ha ; ' "?"
RECEIVER FOR COLEMAN CO.
? ,,, i.,n i |am< la (lllllngham, ol
this ? d | pointed r? celvei lo da) f? i
Kai i ompanj an auton.II?
??.m. ? m ,,i i his .ni <?' '?'?? w ,'"1' nian,
i l?i.,kki ?,'.!?? il ?'Its
.n .! no? -? - Ii
i. n. ? ?? K ti
.,1 Ihe i
.
SUD EXPLAINS CHANGES
B. F. Bush Succeeds Jeffery as
President of D. & R. G.
JEFFERY TAKES GOULD'S JOB
Purpose Is to Bring Whole of
Missouri Pacific Under One
Operating Management.
Important changes m the msnagemsni of
the Denv i A Kl<> Grande Railroad Com?
pany were ?announced yesterday afternoon
following ;i meeting ?>f tin board of di?
rectors of the ?road, George J. Gould re
Mi-h?-.i as chairman of the board and B. T.
Jeffery resigned as president, a place he
has held twenty years. Mr Jeffery was
subsequently ?-letted i?? tii<> post vacated by
Mr Gould, and Benjamin v. Bush, pre*!
dent of the Missouri Pacific Hallway, suc
.?e.'.ietl him as head of the Denver A Rio
Grande. Mr. Bush was als,, elected a dl
rectoi in plan? of .1 <'< Andrewa, who is
signed to make room for him '?n the board
These changes Rive virtually the whole
Missouri Pacific system an l?lentlcal o?per
atlng management, ?and ar?- a step accoi*d?
ing i" a siatement mado by Mr. Gould
after the meeting, In the dir?,-lion of bring?
ing all Ihe remaining Gould properties
under a smgl?- operating management. This
la Jusi the opposite of the ?policy ?recently
,-,,-..i ted by the Harriman lines ?>f localising
the management of the various roads of the
system.
it was explained that Mr. Jeffe?j*y? al?
though resigning tin* ?cares Incident to ac?
tive management of the Denver & Kio
Grande, would conUnue to have charge of
Its finances and t" exercise general super
tison of the affairs of the system, Mr.
Hush concerning himself ?solely with the
operating end of the management.
in railroad and financial clrclei it was
the common opinion that the retiremenl of
Mr. Jeffery from 111?- presidency was tlue
to th?- desire of the controlling Interests to
i'lace the active management of the ?prop?
erty in the hands of a younger man, Mr.
Jeffery now being in his sixty-ninth year.
Following the meeting of the boar-d,
George J. Gould gave out this statement,
which he said he had "run off" himself,
ning its action:
This change has been under consideration
by Mr. Jeffery and myself for a long time
Indeed, Mr Jeffer) serlousl) consider??! de?
clinlng re-election ai th" company's lasi an?
nual meeting and some Intimation of his
purpose th? n became i"ii>ll<-, but, largely on
?account ol Mr Bush's desire t>> be-rome
thoroughly conversan! with the Missouri
Pacific situation before taking over addi?
tional duties ami tomewhal because of my
owi' reluctance to permit any cluing" in a
relationship thai for so man) years has
bet n .<-?? ?sal factory and <? ngenlal l
personally, action was postponed until the
i pginning of I he new ) ? ar
i ?ne ,,f th? prim Ipal put poses of i;
arrangement, of course, la to tak? ai
?t. j. toward the ultimate ?
Ing ail of the properties belonging to the
Missouri Pacific famiii under a alngle op
eratlng management direct??! by officials lo
1 cat, ,| at traflV ??> -.tt? s upon oui lin? s.
We aie proceeding conservatively, Indeed
tentatively, in carrying this Idea Into prao
ll we feel that the very evident suc
of our Initial step In the oaae of Mis?
souri Pacific Justifies the belief that In
! ? [elding to tli.- manifestly prevailing ten?
's . ;.i" adopting a so ind poll? >.
and equally Important purpose of
iTord Mr. Jefferj tl ?? re?
lief from the burden of supervising oper?
ating details and t.. enable him to devote
? -,, the broader questions of ,
and particularly to make 11 possible for
'1 BSStSt tne It.
? ? i!i.. financial affairs ?>f our various
ties.
Mi Bush Will take over the dutv
of managing the physical properti? of the
l ?? i ? ,v .:,, Grande system, Mr. Jeffery
Mil] '? i llnue to have charce of Its fli !
and will, of course, exercis? general super
? ? the affairs of the companies
composing It.
Ml Jeffery thinks the change will result
; in Improving the operating efficiency of ill*
an?! ih?- other members of the
hoard, Including myself, are the more will?
ing to ii judgment In the matter
?? w t li.Tve secured for
ourselves an opportunity to honor hli
..nd all of our allied enter?
?- the continued benefit of his great
CUOUS abilities
j 'Die ?Denver ,*.- Rio Grande controls ihe
' \. ' lern Pai He Railway through oa ner?
-hli' "f am f Its stock '1 he latter
?road extends from Bali i.ak?- City, where it
? is with ti,- Denver A- Rio Grande,
T ? inter? I In ih? out?
? mortgage bonds ,,f
?the Western Pacific is guaranteed by the
, Denver <v I:',, Grande, and In order to
establish a fund to taki cars of this Inter?
**l th? I?. nv< i .?. Rio Grande lasi June
j passed the dit ? n Its pref? rred s to. k
j Mr. Jeff? ry Is still ; ? the West?
i ern Pacifl? . b .; it if under itood thai Mr,
' Rush will succeed him In thai oflli i
! in a short lime
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FORM BANK FOR NICARAGUA
J Incorporated in Connecticut by New
Yorkers for Business in South.
Hartford, Conn . Jan i The National
Rank of Mi aragtia has filwl ? .. , nfi,
Incorporation with the ?Secretary ?,f Mat?
Hv the prot Islons .?f (he rertlfli at?
any has (he rlghi to a< i a
and disbursing ?genI of n , r, publl of
Nil aragus and to Im? ii,. . ? ,,f )h,
go ? ? nmenl funds of th? r? puhll? i., pul
into effeel and maintain h plan r? r a cm
i?"? y k) ? !? m In thi republic, to i me bank
'" eoln mom ? of gold, silver or su. h
"?her n,"t,-,i .-' (] republl ma) decide
upon and to transad ?.th.-r financial bust?
ness for thai government.
Thi capital stock authorized la |5.0(.
and (hi Incorporators are James Broirn and
1 " -:? ?'? l< St' ? ? -, of Kern Fork lity, und
Tha? h? r M Brown, Of I/o? ust. \. ,| While
Hartford Ii to be the home .-itv ..f the
hank, It Is ii.,. i.i,,i thai the lust I
?hall ii"t have the power lo transact sn)
hanking business in Com
James Brown and Thachei \i Broa
member? "f ihe banking hi ui ? of Broa,,
Broth? < ? ? iii?l i-'i.-i. rick Strau
I ?art ner in .1 .? \\ Kellgman A ? '- T
ha? . latelj i><, n ed in a larg?
loan i" th? governmenl uf \'? ai
ECUADOR'S OUTPUT OF COCOA.
?Mjull, I ;> uadni Jan i Th? ? rod .
linn of ';ua??i'|iiii ??.,i ,!?,! n,,- 1911 .nt
ed to MX .i"? Bpanl h quintal -, cotnpi In ;
Ai i n a. ??:? .- i i ill i M?chala,
?I'.lllllll.S
TO DISCUSS BANKING LAWS.
\ Special ?ii ? ? i ;n.- ?'! I hi .-'ii', I
? n will i " hi l.l ?,i '?
on J.lui '" ? ?" "i"- ? ?I '? ?
i I
The Gru?
i lu pr?i|.I bill i? i ? ? iimniinl ?i
Hurplus which un houlil main
i.nu will probabl) i ? il
FIGHT FOR WABASH 4S ACTIVE.
The i Ival ' wnmll i? ? - foi t1? .i'a Ii Rail
,,,,,,i i | ,r ., m i",? is i-1 ?" ti ?I i" ..'? y il? -
.- j
i i.
,,! n, Wal
?i , i , -,..,,,, ni ., ,.ii ii ml i.? Ih? i .ni
,,Mii-, n.ml. i ih?- V*. In ? II
I.:,k?' la I? ? ";' Ii.? lM?n?ls
,.,,,, ,,t t, ,, i. i-, ,i uiiiii th? Uli? ' Un- not ?
,,.,. liquidated Vi Ihesi Iwii ii
,,,,,.. ui . ,. .nun, in-1? .n" ara no r? a on
wh) the hould ? - -I.-I-" IH d with ? iiiu-i
, ..Minim. I I ? i: I i|'-'' ??"
,. organisation ? i I lu W il -?' i -*:l1 '" ?
Ions drawn-oul all ? i ?
-??
SUNDAY'S NEW YORK -TRIBUNE
lad .?wwliere in the United SUtei
u .? year.
CROSSTOWN RAILROAD SOLD
Third Avenue System to Take
Over 28th Street Line.
The piopcrtv of the Twenty-eighth and
Tw?tit?-ninth street Ci-O-Iuwn Railroad
Cbrnpanj wai boogM y_Bt??r_ay by Ott
lymdhoMei-' snd r.'.irK.?tii/.aii..n rjonsmtttee
of the railroad -?t ? forecloeai- sals snthor?
Isad i.-. .iii?ii!.' Lacembe, of n?e United
Slates <'ir. lilt Court. .I"hti W. Ilamer.
chalrmsn ??f the committee, bought the
property for $f.o,uon.
This line went Into receivership at the
time of the general eollaps.' ?>f !he slreet
railway **onip_al_i on Manhattan. Kor S
. .?n-iil. i ah?.- time negotiations have been
pending b.-tw.-.n th?- Third Avenue Rail?
road Company ;?nd this lin? tot the pur*
.l.iise of its property, hut pending the re
organlistlon of the Third Avenue line no
final agreement was leS-bed. Meanwhile
the ?Tosatown Use ha? been improved by
ihe purchae? of storsge battery cars, whi? h
?il.I sway with the old li..rse-.liawn cars.
it was said yesterday that the purriksss
?.f the Twetity-elKhth an?l Twenty-ninth
Street Hm hy the new Third Avenue rom?
pan.? wonhl he accomplished In the n?;ir
future. Should the sale he coru lude?l as
i lanned the bondholder? of the ??rosstown
line will realise Si least |S88 on each $1.o?i?i
bond
DEFINES JUDICIARY ACT
Lumber Trust Loses Point Be?
fore Judge Coxe.
The first decision Interpreting the work?
ings of the new Judiciary act which ahol
Ished the United States ?'lrcult ?'ourt was
given yeaterdsy by Judge <"oxe, who de
ni'd the ?ppllcatlon of counsel for t??e
| Bastera States Retail ?Lumber l'calers'
?Association that their case t>e heard In
open court, instead of ?being referred ?Jo sn
examiner. Tlie association an?i its metn
bera were sued by the government as sn
111? ?al comldnatlon under the Sherman
law
The complaint WSJ brought in the old
?"irci.it ?'ourt, which by srrangemenl had
original Jtirisdi?'tlon In all eases und?-r the
Sherman set. At the request of Attorney
Qenersl Wlckershsm the court ordered
that this and nil other "trust'' cases he
I ?anl i?? the full circuit i'oiirt bench, con?
sisting of ?he four Ju?leres who niHde up
the ?'lrcult Court of Appeals, In order to
expedite derisions by the Supreme Court
by eliminating intermediate spi
\Vll?.|i the Circuit ?'ourt cased to exist
on December 81, the question arose what
Judges should hear tlu.se cases, now that
the District Court al??ne was clothed with
original Jurisdiction In all federal cases
brought In this district. Judge ?"..v.. .1?
elded that a? the law now stood these
.i?>?? must he heard hy at least three of
t?,?? rlrcuH Judges. By Implication ?his
in.- ?n- that the four circuit Judges win.
formerly sat in the ?'lrcult ?'..ur' ..f Appeals
Judges l-Scombe, Coxe, Noyes an?l War?!
- -will continue to constitute thai tribunal
in tin- circuit, ami that, as formerly, suits
brought under the Sherman act will como
them.
FRANCHISE RATES FIXED
, Manhattan. Brooklyn and Bronx, 91
Per Cent?89 in Queens and Richmond
?IV. .Ian. 4 The State iViard of Tnx
- < ?a-mmtsaloners to-day fixed a? 91 per cent
nlatlve -qinllzfitlon rate of special
franchises operated In the boroughs .?r
Manhattan, Brooklyn and The Bronx, and
at 19 per ?-ent th"se In ?Queens and Rich?
mond boroughs. Th?- rates are the same
as tli..--' fixed by the State Board of
Kquallzatlon in equalising the value of real
? m tlie tlve 1-nro.ighs The board will
-?v? a hearing on the tentative rates on
January 24
Heretofore the equalization wtv? male I y
the courts, bul under a law passed last
yeai th?. p"w er was transferred to the
sia'" board The hoard will give a hearing
tl.- same dav on tentative valuations
placed on spe? ial franchises In Rochester.
Jamestown, Johnstown an?l laittie rails.
CROMWELL CHARGES UP
Mayor Orders Investigation of Staten
Island Tax Case.
\i. ..i (la y nor yesterday asked Raymond
H Posdick, Commissioner ?f Accounts, to
look int" thi sllegstions of certain reel*
dents ol Btsten Island that Borough I'resi
dent Cromwell la overburdening them with
taxstlon to pay for Improvements that are
not i. ; 'i he) even ?.-o s?, far sa to ?ay
that ?ome of llie?e Improvements have not
lltlated, ?is tie i hatter provides, hy
Hie local board? ?if public Improvement.
The committee which made the complaint
" th? Mayor was headed by Rdward w
Thompson.
TO DISCUSS NAVY YARD SALE.
Tin- .?tat?, commiaston ??> Investigate port
. .fiiliti'Uis snd pier extension? will hold a
hearing to-morrow afternoon al 2:30 o'.-i.?. k
ii.? .'itv Hall, when the matter ,,f the
sal? bj iii. sovernment to th?- city of th..
Itrooklyn na?- ? n.i win i.? taken up. it
l? expected Rial a number of prominent
11.kl) nit. s will be pr.'s.-iit
MARINE INTELLIGENCE
MINI S I ? IT17 AI.M.V.*. -,.
. -1 I it . 8:08;
i?.
III. ill WATER
v m r m
7 ;.:? s 3?)
? Island . ?:is ? .-,?-,
Itell I'ati . !?.??? I" |.',
WIRELESS REPORTS.
i ,..,'?, . ,-t ,,f
Hook .o : ?Si |i "i - ?t. rilay, is ? vp i ?? I
r. ?
I.a I M I IMS mil. ? i ?
Html .o * i". ..' ?
late s.innd.i? pvenlna or Kunde) for*
i i.?- Halt I led a? I -?"..'. .., . ,,r
II ? .,,
.'' III'Mll
it pgp<
as litci mili
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llreuli. ' ' . IS
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INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO DAT.
I'm in I due
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M< ? ?' I'-'- ***? V\ ,i !
11. 1 I) I
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Havre. I> .' I- r --r?. h 1
iii n i'" 23 . i- ? - - ?. ?i ?
I l.r.1 .mi. I " . Hi . . I .
Pairas. I? 22 tuati l?n
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O'ITGOING STEAMERS
TO l'W
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. ..., i ,,r lin? . I.,* i. ?ail?
? i Inl ; .1 l" ?i? . m 13.
?. Para l'?ml ? ??? i on i? n
:...? i. in*. ' ' '.
i ? ,. n i .?. m | ... p n
I till . I Util i .. l'J .
-? 1 OU , m
Now, for laying in your
stock of shirts.
All our fancy "E. & W."
negliges slip from their rigid
regular prices to-day.
Along with a host of "Star"
negliges.
Both plain and p 1 a i t e d
?bosoms.
1560 are $1.50 shirts.
?$1.15 now.
1181 are $2.00 and $2.50
shirts.
$1.85 now.
2927 arc $8.00 and $8.50
shirts.
$1.85 now.
Speeial mention to the shirts
at $1.85, for a great quantity of
them are "Star" flannels.
All fancy light flannels for
business wear with linen collars.
Not only serviceable but spe?
cially comfortable with their
soft French eufifs.
Winter overcoats!
Winter suits!
Kverything men and boys
wear.
Rog?is Pf.f.t k Company.
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St 13th St. 34th St
SAT! RDAY. .TANt'ARY A.
N>w York. Southampton, ABi 6:00 am
saxonla, Liverpool, ?'unard . 6:80a m
Am?rlka. MambiirK. Hamb A llttini
t'ar.nla. Funrhal. ?'marl . Ci oO a in
Csrollns, .-an .lu?n, S Yt-PR 0:1?) a m
!'ll?-r. PI Kit's N Y A l>fm. !):H0am
Tlvlvrs, .lamalc-a. U F Co.. 0:30 am
Havana. Havsna, Ward ....10*00 a m
Atrato, C ilon R M s P. ? 10:80 a m
, il.?. H.iiiit' Am. 11:1? a m
Korona Trinidad. gueh??'...ll:3fta m
id., tt .lan-irn. Bras. 18:00m
Mfllawaska, Mont-?vld>?n, liar.12:?? m
Mtnnfspelis, Uondoii, At T.. -
Cal??d.,nla, Glasgow, Anchor. -
Taormlna. Napl??s. Italian... -
C of Savannah. Bsvaa'h, Bav -
Iroqimls, Jacksonville, Clyde. -
san .la? into, QalvesttMS, Mal'y
Concho, Tamps. Mallory.. ..
M?.SPAY, JAM.ARY g
Msro? lin- l'inarl! o.RntVI 11:00 a m
K itati lin, Brunswick, ?'k-d?
TRANSPACIFIC MAIL9.
i?'-t.,.1 Don .ui'i etea-ner. flou?? in N. Y".
Hawaii, tapan, <or>?a. <*hlna ivla
' hl) o Man?.To-day
Japan, ?'orea. ?hi?a. I'hl'.lppin?-? (via
Vancouver) Empress .?f Japar-, ..To-day
Tahiti, Marquesas, Cooh islands.
New Zealand, Australia (via San
Francis. Tahiti.To-day,
Hawaii, Japan, corea, ?'hina. Philip
l vi? -cu Francis?-**?)? Inaha
Mein.Jan 11
bamosn Island?, Kern /?-?aland. Aas?
tral Is (via san Francisco) Hendrik
li.eeii .Jan 14,
FIJI Islands. Sainoan Islands. N>w
Zealand, Austr-iila (via Vancouver)
Zt-alundla .Jan 1!)
Tahiti and Marqiiesae (via San
Fran, ii-co) Mariposa .Jan 38,
Guam, Philippines ?via San Fran?
cis,-??) - U ? transport.Jan 81,
SHIPPING NEWS
-?-AW-a?-?fl
0:30 a m
10:OOa m
lin?iim
12 X??ri m
12:<)0 m
12;?? m
12:?? m
1 :<? p m
1 :?? i> m
2 :<? p m
2:??0 p m
3 <V) |. m
3:00 p m
?O*? a m
l?>:??a m
11 :?? a m
8:0n p ni
l:?iOp m
1 :(? p m
1:00 p m
3.00 p in
1 Or? p m
F. M.
. 6:30
. ?.30
0:80
8:80
??..lo
r, :.-*?)
8:88
8 80
Port of New York, Thursday, January
4, 1912.
ARRIVED,
: ter < 'astle (Br), Manila
i >-r '.-??. Cebu November 3, Singapore l'*. Bues 20
Port Sel,I ;:?.. Algier! December g and Il.iston
January 2, to Ui'itam il Tweddle .?; . o, ?\itt,
u ,i?, Arrived .tt the Kar at li:;i.? p m, 3d
st, itiii.-r N-??-?. V,.rk. Southampton and i.'her
!,c,iiri{ December ft snd Queenetown lv t. the
Amerlrsn Une, with 46 tirsi cabin, 47 ?
cabin snd ?S'J it? ras? -.- enarrs, malli und
iidsi \? ? ' ? i .it the Bar si 7 :-', .i m
-?? , \Traio l?r,. Harbadoi Decemhei IB,
Trlnitiad 80, Savanllla 23. Cartagena 84, Colon
?J7 K Inset on 30 snd antllla 31, to Sanderson ft
Bon ?vlth il paaaenaera, mails snd mdse Ar
rh . 'I al 'h'- K .r hi li .i in
Steamer ?Dceane iBr), Rermuda .lannarv 2 to
?h? H'ii ids Atlantic Sh Un?, with 867 psssen
ills and nid*.? Arrived at the H.ir at
11:80 ..
Steam, -r Almirante ? 11 r, Bants Mart.. Pecem
her St. I'olon 2*> and Kingston 80, l> the I'ntted
Fru?! in ?Ilh :i?> paasengers, mails and mdse.
\rrlv-?d al I t 18:85 p m
Bt< une' Sii'iri , ,i-,.ii i',,m au Prince i>.?,cti>
r 17. P?rl ,: !*>. ? ..i" Ha?tleg ?JO, Pon
l.ii-i,,;, J7 Kinaaton ?'?<? and InsRua 81, to the
rs \i??-, .-?. Une, with t; pausenaera,
\rihcl ni the R ir si 3 i' i"
Bt? amer I'lnai d? i Rio ( Brl Manianllln I le
1.1 1'ienftieana '."J and Progreeo ."> ? the
A.it. .,n and Cuban s? Nine, with mdse Ar
rived ..t the Rar al n.4.'. ji m,
st< .m. i l?nldehoro, Atlant!,? ?Mr?, tn the AI
lantli i'lti Tran?|>oriatlon Co, with mdse l'i^s..!
m Quarantine si 7 18 n m
ier JciTereon, \-,\i,:i N,..-. and Sor
f.,ik, t,. il,, ? lid D minion K? Co >? It h -,
? ' IIne .,' ?_' r!??
t, m
-'? . lro?|Uoli i.. ;.-,,-,\iiir Januar) I tn.i
?..u '.' t.. the ? "lyde Ha Co, wl!
,ii,.i n, ,.i ,m Quarantine al 3:20 ,
er v ,,lt'irn,, Mi ?. Rotterdam i >< rmbei 10
.in.i llallfa-, January L?. t., thi rranlum Sa Co,
with paaaenaera and mdae anchored In Quar
? :i M p m
er P? nnsi li sais lOer) llsmburs : ?
i,i '.'.': t,, the Hamburg American Uni? with ?
i?, ?? ??! ri ? Ulan I ,n ,
?.. 1.1 ?, m
Sandj II, ,,k S .1 l???? i I. n- Will i '
eouth. Ilahl brees? itartl) izj oft
smooth sea
? Ml.FI?
i- - ?roll n, si... kton Mi M
i\..'? Kinaaton; I'i
I'll.? Mm, Norfolk ind \?--\|?,rt
IFrl m , .. -,i . M,
I ,r . i: ron ? Ci . Rl, di lantl VII? Rti in?
..;,ri Insana Matanxa* Kantian . Il f
Mnntxomei \ I'awnet Plilladt
-, , ??. Id? k iDuti h), Rotterdam, trahie mi i, j
M,.iii.'i i ". il..,, Cuban
Mi.,;,, I .n,-I?. ii (Rri ?.Igtei n
?? ;, i,. Mapli i i , i ? I i ? lis i re Kron
prlnn ??in i '? ? in? ,??.-,. n-.-!,,. n i
,i-,,. it. i leau-i
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS
\itiu\ i:i>
? " "? ' .i.la iBr!, New 1
neto? n ami I
Jan 3?-HI ? ??? \ nrh r?n
I ii... i
11,,, i ,, I. -.' , , , i ., n nie In v ? \ ,,i 1
|(| de hinein. Jail :i ?'111- i -?? I'rln ? 111 ? S ? ?
?, -.il,
Malta. Jai ha .Hf? Sem \ or? ror
Honi - ?in
, . Ian '? ?.'',. ? n I.' k?-ii i ?- 'I'i ?. Sew ?i oi i?
v lu Id,lil.? I'I in, i
i , ? In ? ' lu ni?'. ?. .v,-w Tori ? i >
M, i. i -. Rtinil .,-. u... Tutli .,n?
l '? II ? il i? .? i , in , N? .? \..rW
, Bl ? i"' - "' C \ , ,|. Town
S A 11.1 I'
Qu<-<*naitivin, Ian ? 2 a m .... mi iltri ifrom
.. .,.i",, an i i -i?, 11, ni . ? Se*
i nnthaini ton Jan i Ai Se? 1 "rl.
i I'ntoinai .um Sen Vork
,,ii i ? ?i ii,,. ,,,. tyre* iHpan?, Sea \ oi,
i i . i Ml Sew Yoi
? Jan -' 11 v in .n,, ,fi. c al. mil
.I St m fort M i
n ,i ?ii,. ?ri. m i ,? n,, , ? m ai
\ ai k
Lord & Taylor
Intituled 182 t)
Sale of Men 's Shirts
and Knitted Neckwear
Pleated iSf Plain Negligee Shirts)
Colored or white, with attached \ ? C?Cl
cuffs, coat model. ' **} l *f/lJ
Value $-..50 and $...00]
Knitted Silk Four-in-l lands ^
in various colors. ? ?Ay ?00
Formerly $1..50 to *2.00
Bro-dway ?5, 20th St.; 5th Ave., 10th ?St.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW VORK ?? LEADING THKATRKI
AMUSEMENTS
\S|? ?.till ?? ??..*? .
CliDIQC n'??*v * 4ft?h st. "Cvn si *? 18
bmrinc Muts. To-morro? * Wed., 2 IB
EthelBarrymore,:.r.:.',C.^
LYCEUM !,,:,
NAZIMOVA
LIBERTY
IHK kIF.NM.8K OPERETTA,
?MODEST SUZANNE
I Ifiuv Kvn H ! I
?v * Than . ?: 1:
In th? brilliant
Comedy, Till-''
VI MIIIINI- I "IK*
KM( RKRB04 HER, B Zee* *
OTIS SKINNER
SALUE FISHER
ind r'o
of T8
HELEN WARE
at-, Aral
NI-Il
KISMET
ftRITERinV B'way and 44th 81 Bv? -
unilCniUN -,;,.. To-m'w ft Wed.. 2 18
JAMES K. HACKETT
: THE GRAIN OF OUST
hum Phillip?
GARRICK
Utin?ft I ?' ' B'way F.v?. H 2fl
nUU.U 1 ? To-morrow, 8
-I \-l WF.F.K
IHK PRICE,
O?org? Broadl
Nevl WtT-BI-dST 'dan. 1*>) Sent% SHIln*
yur ClSlflllC ''"* ?'*>,l,r** fr",n
mlllCt OlmUri- itrottftm.
UADQIC ISA It*?ct Fv?rln_? - .
riHnni- .. T"-m.->r!-..w, 2 IB
-LAST WI.F.K
ROSE STAHL ^"".^"r
MAT MONDAI -F. \T-? -?.I44M,
THE TALKER
laial.N
T'lllv M.,
A'.hf-rt.on. i
Mat*. To-morrow * Wed
II. H. GRANE ?S
48th Bl ? ?rch, ?"? ?harp.
r..-tn'.rro?v & \\
Kill TYGORDON^u'AVu^h,
NEW YORK
_ITTY
THE ENCHANTRESS
PARK
The Quaker Girl
r'?)l-iTibu? <".tr<->.
- 1?"?. Mta/TntiVvv ft Wed I 10
wltb
CIJFTON
rRxwrosD
New Amsterdam m,,; Vs.;
BEN-HUR
Bv? ?> Sharp
t'?v ft W?d -
lull
PEOPLE.
GAIETY ?-V-T'
ELSIE FERGUSON
Ma1? T^-morro?-. 4 V."?d
Till FIK**T 1. _B? _
IN THF It Ml
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Mts To'-mor'w \- w?-d a? 2 20
WILLIAM COLLIER It&fcS*
FULTON "
BEATRICE
HERFORD
?.ruina*
H \RI.K
GLOBE
I.II.I.IN'i.HAM -
THEATRE.
B'wa) and
I?*.'!-. .-'
FIRST NIGHT NEXT MONDAY
S?"at? ??elllnr Now.
rHARi E8 niiai.i.N.aHAM * f 7.Trnrr*T,r? jr
EDDIE FOY
la v NEV,'
MUSICAL PARCE,
OVER THE RIVER
BIO CAST ANT? MANY
MAID LAMBERT.
"The Irinh (Swnorita."
MAKYEI.OI S Mil I.FltS
-*nsntlonal WhtrlwlBd Dane?r?.
:i MF.THVFN SISTERS,
ELTTES, Iseludlns
ULLIAN LORRAINE
1 Riiiat-tinr-a-lit e
8 ni i.'i in MAIM ITS,
peeji D metas S
M Xl'HIiT".. t ahar?t llmirrr
AND THE CHALLENGE BEAUTY CHORUS OF THE WORLD
W
liHIPPOOBQ-l
? 8thAv 43,'. 4i? h D'lyMat.2 B-?tSsatafL Ev8
AROUND THE WORLD
Next : Conatantino-Alire Nielsen Pop.
Min. I.Him d'.\le??androw*k>. Price*.
F*e. IBusalan Symphonj Orcheatra Seats now.
MAXINE bat M'way & 6th Av.
ELLIOTT'S Eve.8:80 Mat. To-morrow. 2:80
GRACE GEORGE 'gflaff1
Mit!
ro-mor*w, Wed.
tit Thiire at 2 1"
BUHTY PULLS Tut STRINGS
SOUGHT UNO PUD FOR
illam Coll er's t OMEDi
?- 1.", M a t
?m'w, 2 !.',
IAL?'8, B'way, 80th, Mte.Today A Tmw.2 :'.?
Week. E\s
HINDUN?.
Mancare! ?M IMfiTQU ' a8' V
CASINO 'eetStleW* PF??Y " "? "
im'w, 2 VA * mil I s- .
Miiii?nittaii O. H 34th * ?ti m..-, i:vg -
Mat T"iii"i'-.i Lew Field* In Tlie Hen IV? k?.
*t Week. TIIK GAMBLER*
WiNTtn GflnOEN Ph*re 4*
Mat. To-morrow, 30c. "*,r. and &**t Seat? 81.
HI?; NEW MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
"VERA VIOLETTA"
Oahy Dcal-fs, Annette Kellermann. Star < PSt
-I N1>AY Nli.llT?Hl?. <?)S?FRT_
BROADWAY Th?-a . ils- ?, B way. Evf-t ? ??
m'w Vile W?ddinj Trip
3ftTH ?-T. Thea..
THb. MILlIUN mw.a-ao
Lern 1 Uli; M Um?. 8 " E -
?asi Gf.r.C? L? RUE BET*Y
BEGINNING NF\1 MOMMY.
THE MILLION
Will rri?n>fer from the l?th Str??et to Tin?
Tlieiitre A? ?.um! I inter < ap-vitr. It? Sut-re??
ilcmiii.I? it Beats -, .-???- Timely ;
ENTIRE ' iR?*HE8TRA, >1 M Bal , ?1 A ??0
v,. ,i Mat.. 1 ?' Entire ?i?'_1^''1
LYRIC. >-?'. West ' B'way. Evenlns* -
v; LITTLE BOT BLUE
u-CCT Cvn ' f 8th A? Mst.1 'n-. -
ncOl Call \ -ta- raai in PINAFORI I
N?\t Week -Maraarel llllngton In Kin" I
METROPOLITAN SES
Io-ii?kIi! al I Alila. Mu?'s Qsdskl
:-. 11.111,1. gpsrkea; mm Caroso, OHIy, ?Segur?le
?haw. . 'ondi, Toscanlnl
Hat. \ft. al . r? le Donne Curl?i?e. M
Parrar, Viten, Mauboura. Kornla MM Jad?
?o? ker, Scottl i ' lu? - tur?la Cond , Toe
-<at. Erg. i- h ftp.| ferfce lu Tniilm.i
Mmei Tetrasslnl, M .-??'? id . MM.Smirnoff..Mu..i? .
Bad i. Rea. lail?n Bi au ? ?'? nd . Uturan!
sun. Erg. ??' 8:3?) Concert. WoIf?Pei
?. The New I.lte M..-- Vita Nuova)
du, k, Mi mi ,:?' Entlr? Mi ti O?
Choi na ,.f I.VJ \.? ' " "i i '
N.\t Week: Mon Eva il 7 l*? Tri-tau nml
l??il?le. Mi i-Gn ikl.M itaet ?-i??? MM B irrlan.
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Wed. \fi ??pe? iul Matinee K..?-iil?
Ulniler. Mmei Parmi i
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Wed. Ev?, ,i *> I ? Orfeo. Mme? M
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METROPOLITAS OPERA IHM nI "l'HMI.
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Carnegie Hull
TO-NIGHT, 8:30
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T0-?-0RR0W NIGHT
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