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the grand jury at any time they Wtah
to have me. I happen to be In the
c-ity, nnd will gladlj tall thea every
thing I know about any arrengement
wlth tho Now Torlt, New Haven &
Hartford. There la not a"<i naver baa
beejn gh) traflk nfraamaat batwaen th
Qrftnd Trunk and the Naw Haven.
There s-ema to be a mtatakea Itfag
about the whola matter.
"In ad.lition to being preeldent of the
c;rand Trunk, 1 am ohalrman pf the
board of dlrectora ol the Central Ver
inont. and I have had Ofl eeveral OOca
siotis conferencea wlth Mr. ktellen re
gardlng the trafflc arrangemenl ba?
twaen ti.ii! road and the New Haven.
However. there was nothlng wrong at
the.se talka, or any law vtolated, elther
actually or wlth Ihtent to violate, and
i ani wllllng to tell all i knoa at any
The Central Varmont is ownad by the
Orand Trunk. a .letaii not mentloned
in Mr. chamberlln.
Aeked why the work onthe Bouthern
New Kngland Rallroad had been BUd
denly Buapended, Mr. Chamberlln aald
tne matter had been fully explained by
Mr. DalrymplOi vlce-prealdent of tbe
(Jrand Trunk. who WOuM expluln It
again to the grand Jutj
'?Wiii the conetructlon work on the
Sopthern New Bngland be reaumed?"
he was then aafced.
"Of lourse." he repUed. The work
?'(i? temporarlly auapended. Th*' pri
rnary cause of the auspenslon was the
adeance ol money ratea "
Connecticut District Attorney
Promises to Act on Finding
in Westport Wreck.
Tetagraah i" t
Bfidgeport, <*onn. J>ec 10-Ptat.
tomey stiies Judeon aaM to-plgbt at his
hoinc in 8tra<
"nuring the correnl tarm of the Bupe
ii..r Couii i will aak for bench warranta
aggjnei certali i onnet ted wlth
Ibe Naw Tork, New llav. i> & Hartford
Kaiiioa.i, eharglng then aitb ciimlnal
negiigence. In keaplng witb the Bndlng
of Coroaei Phekau in in.s Inquin
as to tlM ,r' 'n** wre? b <<' the
Sprlngfleld axpreat I Breetpert on Oete
afV. Judaon waa nol prepared to aay
who the Indlvtduala named In th<
ii.i be, i.ut it wa?
hinted that thev would b. fOr pereona
who were diiectly reaponalble for the
ir.;..ntriiar.ee of tlie sla.it CrOOOOVW at
u'f.-tpoi t after the lateramta Comvercc
Cemaaiealon had recommended the re
..! of kucb alt of
ta Igyeatlgal of the
? k rgl eapn - In thla clty In
R ? espeeted I
out Ihe taakh atoi) ol raUm
nient, and lt is hlnt.-d that tt ?
m?y lead to the leeuaBOa of warrants for
i-ome of the axecuttve heada of drrU
Th'. plan tO ask f..r ierich warrants will
? Hminate the neceaalty of boldlng preHtn
inary bearlnga before a justi'.<- ha thfc
town of Weatport, wbera the Bprtagfleld
i-xpreaa wreck oc< urred.
Mr. Judaon returned from Florida yee
taaday. and Aaatatanl Btate Attorney
? '.alen B. >'art^r and Orand Juror Harrj
i: Bhoinoofl. "f Weatport. Ihformed hira
of tha nature <<( th<- compiaint they had
i.een ?bie to preperB from the exhauetrre
fladlag of Coroner Phelaa,
iiiat the atah ???? ? aaaj
ta attempl t- dnd the offlclal a.
i-sponsit'1 f.ii the I tb<
'hi.it i roaaoTer. enroner Ph?
to bajkeg " ,1 ?t tbe ksqueat wbj tha ?
i.any had not heeded tbe warnlng <>f the
i nt.Tsi.it.' i 'omi aalnat
the ahort croeaovera */lce-Preaklent E
(;. Buckland, whiie teattfying
rerenar. s.i.i thal nt had na knowledge
of the company erer recerelna a eeav
munication from tbe Interatate Conv
nierce Commburion that could be taken
as batog an order for the oempa
< hang- Ita tracka.
jutigc Wlllkun s Caee, .,'ii
now boldlna, tia December ternj of th*
Bugedor ' tourt ra thi* or . Co
riieian's Ondlng was upon the <l<ath of
Mr?. M." Banaom, and it la undaratood
thal th. charge of criminal negiigence
wiii b>- baaed upon ti.>. death of on.- ..f
thp daughtera of Antbonj N. Brad]
Yonkara, N. Y.. who waa another of the
victtms of the wreck.
The cav will ertahlteh a precedent in
the Jarlaprudenea of 'his atate- Tha paaj*
alty for mansiaughtcr and <rtmina1 neg?
iigence haa recentljr be.'n increaaed from
ten to flft. en y.
Chriatmas Holiday Tour
Derember 26, Ifll-.'
$12 $14 $15
From NEW YOP-K
A^nrillng to hoifl *' -
rroportlonatp Tarp? fnim Other t
aii aaeeaaary f?i>^n?ea
Flmflar lourn. Jaanarr in. F?-bruar> a. 2f>,
Marcb 20. Aprl! .'-. 17 May 1 ai d 15, 1913.
L'onaulf ? iTt'DDi, I). P. A.. Wat
PCDRICK, J' A r> P. A., 205 Flflh
Avenue, New york Clty.
Pennsylvania R. R.
Frederick Keppel 6c Co.
4 East 39th Si? New York
Frederick Keppel & Co.
4 F.ast 39th St., New York
tontinued from flrat pagr.
the Grand Trunk is continuinc its labora
In the Weat and haa engagad six thouaami
men ln Ita rallroad raee to the I'acinV
Ocean, at a tremendoua oxpanac Thjs
auppreaaion of corporate rivalr\ by the
Nea Y..rk. NeW llav.ii A Ilartfonl -
cbaracterlatli of that road'a management
under Prealdent Mellen. His gohhiing up
Of railroads. trolley llnea and steamship
linea al rxorbltant Rguraa. whlch cjin
mean nothlng ahort of h redoced pnblli
aenrlce, baa left one of the rtcheel tenv
In world at u>e mercy of his abao
lute and domlneerlng gi
Railroads Against tha Statas.
citv Boltcitor Bakar of Provldance
daclarad thut tha real isdite in the 6808
araa: "Shall tba erill of two graat ?or?
poratftona pravail .'md dornlnata ovor
the will of 4the people of two or more
siates.'" Ha contlnued;
[f the alleged conapiracy i n <?? >
. Into Ihe Bherman antl-trual law
afford 'i remady. Whether that la
hk. or not the subject here la worthj ol
the attentlon of Congreaa. if sucii a can?
aplracy h.<>- been meralj hatohed, it la *
portent fraughl with pertt. it i* a Moa
io the atablllty of all rallroad eorpora
it advocatea stat.- ownerahlp of
lallroada, wltli all the natural conae
quc nce and dlaadvantagea.
The approprlate remedy oan onl
after a thorough Inveatlga
- u queetten of publtc pol
i y tha< eannol be determlned by eoui l
proceedlnga The railway men themaelvea
,u i not reapunslble in thla caae. n la
tha man who keepa In the background
and caraa nothing aboul public opinion.
if you Inveatlgate you will Bnd out who
bul no oourt ln 'he world
will over Bnd out.
Nonii.in h. wuite. cbahraaan of tha
hfaaaachnaatta Board of Bfflclancy and
? onay, auhtnlttad a map ahowtng
rail'.vay llnaa oontiolleo hy the New
Tork, rfoar Ravan A Hartford ln Now
England. Ha aaaartafl that tba ajra*
tom arai B monopoly in \iolation of
tha Bharman law and thut tha prose
. ution Inatltutad durlng Praoldant
Rooaevalt'a admlnlatratton had bean
???.I withoul cause by Preeidenl
Tafi. Deacrlbhig tha irowth of the
Maa Haven, Mr. Wblta mantionad the
name of Hanry w. Tafi a* one of tba
tora who waa authorlaed aonaa
I in.? Bgo to Invaatlgata a propoa|tloa
for tha pi i h m of Naw England trol?
E. O. Buckland, rica.praaldanl and
counaa] for tba Naw Havan, Intar
rupted to aaj that Hanry W. Tnft had
naver baan a diractor of tha company.
Mr White rea<l from a letier written
by a lawyer, whooa name ba aatd he
did not ni> to aaake known to the
papara, In whlch htr. Taft waa
menl B Now Tom. Now Haven
A Hartford diroctoi and Attorney Qi n
w'li keraham waa creditad with ba
former mambar of a law fhm re?
,i by ihe rallaray. The writar
aakad whothoi ll arara proi>ahie that
the Attomay QanaraJ would rare to
ite a formar cliant.
Chairmaa Hanry rajtad that Mr.
White BhoOM gtva the name of the
lettar arrltar. Mr. Whlta flnaiiy aaid
II uas QaoTga W. Brislol, of No !!<>
Broadway, Naw York.
Not Related to Presidant.
Mr Buckland said the diractor
named Taft on tha rallwgjr board waa
Roberl W Taft. of Prorldonca, who
wns nd ralatad to tha Praoldant Ha
could not aay whatbei Hanry W Taft
had ovar baan amployad ln an; logai
capaclty by hia eompnn] ?
Mombara of tha eommittee objaetod
to haareay testimony in whlrh the
Praaldant'a name waa mentioned.
"I d'.n't pronooa to atl bara and lieten
to any mora Of thla unless theee atate
monts are to be Bupportad." BOtd Rep
tatlva I'oi. of North Carollna. "I
thlnk we ought to have the man who
v rota thla lettar bara."
l^iter the lottOT waa stricken from
tha raeord by unantmoua conaant
Mr. White read copies of letters h<
exchangod nith Prcaddanl Taft arhan
the suit against the New Haven ln
Cbnnaction with the Boston & Maine
merger waa dropped. The I'reeident
wrota that the proeaadtnga wara aban
doned bacauae there waa no roasonable
ground to luppoaa that a vardlct could
tw won in court Replylng to 8 N'lg
grstion by Mr. White that BUCfa thlngi
as the aetion of the admlnlatratloo In
thla <?ase was making Progrosalves,
the Presddent said "the trouble with
the gentlemen who class themaelvea aa
Prograaatvaa 1* that they do not as
Cartaia all the facta before reacning a
Mr. White said that the eapitaliza
tion of the New Haven aystem had
grown untll lt exceeded $450,000,000.
Not more than half of Ita property
tionihrtod of railroads, and "it 1h reudy
to go Into anythlng,'' he added. Mr
White submltted, with a maas of other
statlHtlcs and reporta, a report by
i?uis D. Brandala, of Booton, on the
New Haven ayKtem'a holdlnga and
iienry t. Pividaon, lamaaaiillng
Worecstcr. Mass. made a brief atate
tnent outlining Worcester"s ronnectlon
vvlth the Boutham N<w Knglnnd pro.l
BCt He sald the road nevcr would
have been allowod to I ome Into the
atnte OT ,ll>' ^ convin.lng aaWUTaneaa
bad not been given that lt would be
coinpleted and put into operation ln
A aoora of paoplc wara araltlng to
be board whoo the convmlttoa ad
jounied to-nlght and the hearing
probabty will nol he eonetudod before
late to-inottou- or Thuraday.
Former 8uit Dropped.
The New Havan ayatem, ln the eyea
Of the Taft admlmstratlon, la an old of
fOndar, adthongh lt haa navar heen aue
caaafnttjr proaacntad under the anti
trust law. The guaPOOtad offOBOOg of
the New ila\en road date ba< k to the
Moooavall adaainiatratlon. T'resident
Rooaavalt'a Attomay Qanaral, Mr,
Bonaparta, it will ba racallad, tarongbt
auit againat the road at the time of its
mergcr with the Bogton & Maine. Mr.
Honaparte's hlll charged restralnt of
trisde, not alone on the ground that It
i had abaorbad the Doadon & Maine. but
! on the ground thut it had affactad a
monopolj of tha ataamahlp lines i?e
IwaaW New York and Hoston and New
York and Kall River aa well.
Vt.r aonta reaaon whbh has ne\'r
been explalned thls feature waa elimi
We offer the largeat collection
8 Waat 38th Straet
nated by directlon of Preaident Rooae
velta who InHtructed that the guna of
the Department of Justioe ahould he
tiained only on the merger of the two
roads. Incldentnlly. it kj now pointed
OUt by frlends of the adminlatratlon
that Oiarles S. M?-l!en. presldent of tho
New Haven road, was a Hooaevelt del
cgnte to the l'.H)4 i ..nvention.
Mr. aVmaparta newer preaeed bia
amaaculatad bin, and aelther dld Mr.
Wiokersham. The Massachiisett.s Leij
lalatura undartooh t.> paaa legrtelatlon
Whlch sanctioned the merger, looklng
U> i orrect the monopoly by strW ter rag?
Ulatkm. The Taft adminlatratlon re
garded the caaa mlnua the ataamahlp
charge too weah to preaa. and wbea tha
stat.. legialatlon araa paaeed aatla
The adminlatratlon waa then con>
fronted wlth ? oaaeataallar to thal pye
aented by the merger of the Tennceaee
Coal and Iron ('ompanv vith th<- Steei
Truat. f>>r whtch I'reaident Rooaaralt
had protnlged tmm mRy. The raatralnt
involved in tha monopoly .>f all rom
petlng watcr oompatltJon remalned, but
araa it of auffldenl gravlty to demand
Meanwhlle, the disnoaition of ?'on
gtess to corre< t auch forms of monopi i
by legiaintive anaotmenl becagai ?
dont. and Bnall) took f.-rm In the
Panama Canal MU, whlch ellmlnated
the poaafblMty of contlnued control.
Therefore, the Department <>f Juatlca
abandoned the idea of brlaajtng -
The dktpoaltton of the road to gchleve
? monopoly had been olearly
Uahed, ? disponition wblch, In tha opln
ton of Ifr Wlckerahana f> und it s nexl
expreaaion In th>. attempted combine
wlth the Orand Tru-.t.
Cndei theee ? In nmttan aa, Mr.
ui, k> i atuun la datemtnad thut tbe
proaenl Inveatlgatlon -d.aii i.<- thorougb
In avery partlcular, and thal no one
g.nlty of violatlon Of the Bherman anti
truft law ?<ha!l e.?. ape.
Mellen's Holdmga a Factor.
Tha lateratata Commerce'i Cotnmle
aton'i Invcatigatton i* belng dart icteii by
Chalnaaa Prvuty peraonally, and will
cover a wide aoope. Jn deternnnirig the
reaaonahtaneaa of tbe accountaMllt)
for gcoiaeata onuafng ioa* of life of the
New Haven road. the inqulrv will go
deep into the rlnainial atatua of the
eyatem, and It is tegarded probabla
that faeta reveanng "high Bnanclng"
will be unearthed. A factor In thla u?
pect of the Investigatton wtll be tbe
paraoaal hohllngi of Preaeaanl MaUeaf
and hla conne. ti.ma v Ith mlnof dt-al
Ineaj Invohrlng the expendtturo of
money for IgJinrUTiBUBll and th< ceol
Anotlnr ui.t r lnieratat*-t'..m
naarce Commlaaton'a inojulry wiii be
reporta of the commlaeloa'a aiparti re?
gardlng the rolttng atooh and roadbed
of the pyatern. Thla featura aiH de?
vtlop in the CCCUjMetUtloa of tha q ;???
tloa '.f the urgancy of axpendlturee
foi repaJra and bnproreaienta, ? mat?
ter that 1h alway.s B factor in th" tix
ing of ratea and leadjiialimmi of
Th< ojuei tlon of ownerahlp of
propertlea alao will neceaaarlly be
taken up by t:i?- ccanjataeton, ,r
deno aloag thla Une will ba avallable
for uae bj the Departmenl of Juatlca.
Hearinga will b< !."id i..v th? oom?
mlaalon nexl week at Boaton and fur?
ther he.irings will tak" pjace dtiring
Chrlatmaa week. Bxpecta in the <m
ploy of the commlt-aion, hMludlng ?
foroa from the dtekdOU of Htatl*tici?,
are now engag'-d In gathetlng and ar
langing data dealing wlth the varh.u.s
phaaaa of the lnveatigatlon
grows: 8,000 men out
Employes Accept Mediation and
Are Prepared to Submit
Matter to Arbitration.
ihv <-ahie t., Tha Trlboaa.1
London, Dee, 11*?The right to g<*t
drunk when off duty ' *trik<- had ?
renaarkabla developmeni yeetefday
when tho Home Secretary Intlmated
he would hlmaelf lnveatlgate the . , .
Of Ktiox. though wby one druiiken
man'a rane ahould be Inqutred into
more thon any oth?r's la not v-ry
evldent. "The Oaily tlrnphfc" warn*
Mr. MoKanna that In inaklng thla In?
veatlgatlon ha 1* e??tabllJdilng n prere
r]enl arhereby any trada unlofuai mai
!nake any convlction againat him in
the courts a thing at whlch to anap
hla flngers. A retrial will nicun that
tho trade unioniata are Mtting up a
apedlal law for theawehrea
Many more men employed by tho
Morth Daatern Ralhray joine.) the
rnnks of the Htrikera yeotorday, and
it ia now estimated that S.nofi men
are out, in addltion to tlie IIiouhhikIs
engaged In the iron an.i eoal trade and
other Induetrtee, who nre tluown out
of en.ployment by the cesaatlon of the
train aaialoa. The oompany ha? is
iued '.i.xf'ti aunmMnaea aguinst the
At a meetlng ol I'arlington rallway
mea laKt night a teh-graui niis read
from J. B. uyilllama, generai xi>. i' tarj
of the Amalgamatad Bodety of Rall?
way Hervants. Ptatlng that negotla
tlona were belng oj.ened up at New
tastle between the men and the raH
way (ompany. A delegate who at
tended the OOttferanCf at N'.'W. untle re
ported that the I.ord Mayor of N<v
< aatle li? aeeklng to arrange a m. cting
betweea the inen and the rompany. Ile
atated that the wtrlke committee ao
eepted mediation and were prepared to
HUbmit the matter to arbltiatlon.
Plaintiff in Breach of Promisc
Action Arrested When Wit
ness Identifies Her as Wife.
PRISONER A TRAINED NURSE
Surprise Sprung After Woraan
Testifled He Was Dead and
Told the Jury of
Tba auil of htra, Halan Caulay
against Davld A. Sherard for 82ft,O00
damnges for alleged breach of promlse
looked like Just an ordinary, tiresoine
<a.se when lt < ame for trlal before
Juatica I'latzek yesterday. BttddOUly
Btrntthlng bappanad that Bgada it more
llke an act from a melodrama. When
lt v. us over Mr.". Cauley was under ar
rest hy order of the court.
Mrs. cauley, who is a ntirse in the
Omploj Ol tha Board of Health. had
tootlBhd to tha daath of her hnahand,
Andi rar .1 Cautay. and had oaan told
of hla funeral. whereupon through ar
rangement with counsel for the de
fejgatant ba the branch of praantag suit
a detectlve from the Plstrlct Attor?
ney* OfftOJ entered the courtroom
With <'auley, who idontifled the plain?
tiff as hla wlfe? with whom he was
livlng and whom he lafl f>nly an hour
or ho before ]U .seetned bewlldered
at tha entire pro.-oedlng. Through U
Bll the alleged WtdOW and alleged vle
tim "f the hroken prornlse BOl I alm
a:ul unaffOCtad, aran when she was
s-iu to the ofBca Of the Plstrlct At
Mrs Caula) and Bhornrd. ?ho ia ln
t..e tnu-klnu busine s, tn.'t v. hile the
lutter was a patiern in the Fremh
Hoajpltal and Mrs Cauley was a nurse
That araa in tba aaaamer of
Says Patient Waa Attentiva.
Mra Cauley, Who said that siu- .ame
from wlikaa-Barra, Pann., four yaara
ago, testi!l"d that aftCI Sherard left the
. ba fraquantfy talaphonad to
her, Inrltlng bar to dlna with blm. Bba
sai.i ?he rajactad thaaa utritatlona ba?
rauaa eh< knea that ho wai marrled.
although, the plaintiff sai.i. Bharard
told hei ' ? |uentl] thal ht a Ifa
had dled Plnallj ibara araa g m?-et
ing and H erard made bh allagad pro
paaal of naarrtaga. Tha witnaaa waat
on to 88) thal ahl 8*8 1.>a 1 1 i? d bj
1902 tu Moseph A. Cauley," a OOOj
mlne work'-r. Bba said ha dlod ln
Daoatnhar 1908, irom Injurtoa m a
d ai Idanl aaar Ptttaborgb
Mrs. Caulay ?iui oartain aha bnd at
tandad tha fnnaral >.f hot hnahand, bnt
1 e could not ramambar tha bnna of
tba utid' rtaker Bha said that Sherard
told her he could not rnurry her ba
m bia alatar-ln-law aspactad h'm
to BMIT) her
Covnaal for Bharard aahad a few
in nutaa' racai a 1.. n thi piaintlfTa
, as. vas . losed, BBylnf that hla Chlei
witnaaa araa on tha wai U> court In a
few mtnutoa a gnaall, dark Baan cauaa
Into couti if htra. Caulay 1.gniaad
him Bh< 11..ol.- no vi*.-n aa aha lookod at
him lle was ihe ? hlef witness for
Hli-raid. and i.ih at OOCO BWOfU
"Wbnl la our ugjgaa '" aahad tha at?
tOI DOy for the defendant.
"Andraw j Caulay." rapttad the
' I i.i yotl 888 yoUI wife 111 court '
Chmax la Introducad.
Tha witnaaa pointad out tha ptalntlfl
ln tha bram n of pron . a bo h.?d
told of attondlng the funaral of bar
huaband. Evarj ona ba tha court
looked at Cauley i 1 ..11 IncradUloua aurl
of wai and tboa lookod al Mrs. c'auic-y,
who, If gha waa agrltatad at all. gave a
fhio . KhlbtUon of Batf-poaaaaetoo Tha
attomay fog Mra. Caulay aahad in ata>
priaa '!Ara you poottrra 'hat tha
ajroaaan you pointed out is your wlfaT'
Cmulay. who had a puaalad aapraaalon,
raplled. '?WaH f ahould tblnh 1 am; I
hn\e baan married to her long enough.
Tba witnaaa aald ha had laat aaan his
Wlfe la the mornlng. She told blm that
she had an engagement downtown. He
aooonpanJod her part Of the w.v.
Aaked when he Bnt heard of tha
caae the hnahand wante.l to know,
"What caaat*1 Than ha ahowoi ;i
BUbpama that he had rceivcd, but
Whoae purpOOa he did not know, al
though he had been ln court three
tlmes. The BUbfaOMBa WM isaued by the
DbrtrlCt Attorney ln John Poc" pro
raodlnga baajun by the Dkabrlct At?
torney at tha auggestlon of counael for
Janitor Idantifiea Couple.
Edward M. Gulnes, Janitor of the
bouaa No. 781 KaOf atreet. The Bronx,
and Batnuol Wllaon, ele.vator boy ln the
aame bOUBfl. Identlfted Mrs. Cauley an 1
Caulay as uaannta in the bnuaa up to
An lnkling of the story Mrs. Cauley
was plannhaB to tatl before Juottca
Platzek had been taken to the Plstrlct
Attorney by a prlvato it tcctive agency,
and plans had been lald to tako her
case to the grand Jury lmmedlately.
A-iordlng to the Informatlon glven tu
Wllllam Pean Etnbree. the Asslstnnt
Plstrlct Attorney, who had the ease ln
charge, Mra. Cauley, whose malden
name was Nellle Brazelle, waa mar?
ried to Andrew J. Cauley, a rallroad
biiikeman, ln 190'J In Paraons. Penn.
She had told her buahand that ahe
was expectlng a legacy of 8800 from |
patient whom gha had attended ln her
rapadty as nurse, but that the ex
e.utorH of the estate were itnwllllng to
pay the amount, and ln order to prosc
cute ber claim she bad to vIhU fre
quently an attorney by the BBIBI Df
Wflls. Her oaae will be preaented ?.o
the grand Jury to-day. Her huaband
ls in the Houae of Petentlon and will
be the prlnclpal wltneaa against her.
CLERGYMEN MADE POLICEMEN.
I.os Angelen, Pec. 10- Slx rlergymen
wara appolntad to-day as speciai Bottea
Offloaia to enforee the Juvanlle luwa and
the regulatiou of dance halla.
FRICK, CHAIRMAN OF P. R. R.
Road To Make Him Head of
Directors, a New Post.
rrty T.'t*graph to The Tribone. 1
Phlladelphln. I>eo. 10.?Henry C
Ptloh is alated to he ohairman of the
board of directors of the Pennsylvania
Rallroad. acrnrdine; to rumors here to
day. Poilowing the resignation of
James MrCrea aa preeldent of the
Pennsylvania Railroad there will be a
ohange In the make-up of the board.
Mr. Rea, who will become prealdent on
January j. has taketi the seat in the
board made vacant by the death of
Clement A. Grtocom. If Mr. gfaCrag
djoaa not retire as a dlreotor on Janu
arv l, he will retire ln time to havo a
surcessor ehejaaj at the annual electlon
next spring. This will open the door
for one new man In the board.
The terms of N. Parker Shortridge,
Rudolph Kllls and Pen-lval Roborts.
Jr.. explre next year, but they are
valuahle men, who have had long ex
pericnce ln the board, and they will no
douht be re-elected. Mr. Rea iu aaM
?o etnnd rary cloaa to Benry C Ittek,
who is reanted to be tha kwgeat m-|
Our invitation to examine the optical
and photographic specialties we ofrer as
is renewed and emphasized. We have
scores of sensibl e things which mos t people
appreciate and are glad to get and keep.
Look to your heart'a content without obligation to
buy. The prices are "right" and uniform in alUtorca.
On Deeembrr Slat ??r 2Hrd ?t. braaeb will clai
tbe atoek and entfre hn.l.iM. to. b* trnnaferred to o?
and mnlr Fllth Atmu itcrr, wkleb la noir bradqaar
FIFTH AVENUE AT 27th STREET
braack r?lll claae Ita dsura.
? r nrrr aaaln
237 FIFTH AVENUE (27th St.)
125 WEST 42nd ST. (Nr. B'way)
650 MADISON AVE. (Cr. 60th St.)
104 EAST 23rd ST. (4th Arenue)
OFT1C1AH 2SS LIVINCSTON ST. (Breoklyn)
v??A?m _ _ ***** New York
dlrldual st.Mkhoider la tbe company.
Mr. Ftick, i' baa been leeraed, mtcnd*
to creata the pofitlon of chalrman of
the board. and he will be aelected for
the poattaon. _,
Al a closo friend of Mr. Frick. it la
sald that the new President will not
opp..^' tha aala of the company'a hold
Ingl of fambria Steel, as Presldent
IfcCrea is eakJ to have done.
W. & J. SLOANE
FRENCH, ENGLISH and AMERICAN
25,000 YARDS BEST QUALITIES
Many with Borders and Stair Carpets to match
Salc Price, $1.95 pcr yard
Regular Pricc, $3.00 to $3.75 pcr yard
Fifth Avc. and Forty-seventh St., New York
? Jim, hr, I pm ?h*ppmg, th f You dont g,t ME mfe that Ckrktmmt
crut/i. / too *a?y fe $lt htrt and do ail my bmyimg ? by fa/apAene."
Men Prefer Telephone Shopping
MANY men dread a shopping tour. They
seem embarrassed and confused in the
big crowds of earnest shoppers. So
they leave most of the buying to the women
of the family. But most men want personally
to buy the Christmas gifts to send to their
friends, and here, as in their daily busi
ness, they naturally turn to the telephone.
The Telephone makes Christmas shopping
easy for thousands of busy men. Every up
to-date store gives careful attention to tele?
phone orders, and men who want to save their
time and effort and, in addition, get satisfac
tion, do their Christmas shopping by telephone.
Suppom* YOU try Telephone Shopping
thU Chrittmas? Jutt Buy Early and
By Talephone?the btuiness-lihe way.
NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY