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IIN?? THOUSAND I
Dress and Waist Makers
by Big Majority ti
WORKERS D/*NCE AND !
Number of Those Out in
ment Industry Will Be
Based to 220,000 b
Recruits This Morning.
- ..f th'
, ? >* out on
Not until lost algh
mid leave their
? wi 'i i
... ? i ,-? n i
a ? ' unions, f
nt no ikers i
an WI p| r niakei
lows .i vote ' week. On
the .?ink,. and last night the ?
r ? ol Its SUC? ?
t> - he strike
..t they will be able te
r an indi
? ,-n \\ lu, h ? "?.it oil the Ki
i ih.' s
A mi ? imlttei
? . afternoon followed I
itlon. The room
? , ... (1 I"
manda They vmii take no action
Girls Sing and Dance.
The striking garm? nt worki
women''! kronenes <>f the trade spew
da) '? "" '? ?'? '
pjol . ? ; incing und slni
half dosen hah- wliere thoj bave <
fu? tor did
?tan Idlem that th. Ir I
l< .i to mal ?
,,f ,i ai -
t n<i. r tii' I? i
ltott, of the Women's Trad U
aging the llgl I the movenj
-: entertainm? I p
phlet ol prepared
t "Mj C
;.inz., of which ri
Wh?!i ?liirk- ?
\ ?-,.. ,, . ti', rtainment was provl
Mr- ; R i horn :,n?l her si?
' ' '1. X. .1. I ,..?? .i"l be ?re
Many Employers Surrender.
?M, in, i.i with ilrms t
announced then ? ?
,- t,> the term d by
ni?,i, was taken up at th" Strike h?
quarters by a special committee. It t
anoth) r it, thi Ir willingness
:..? as formulated i
? Dt hlat
. | i izlmum of Bfty h>?
work a week, nine hours making .a di
with one kslf daj oil each week Ov
? ??n made from w.o;,-/. ?or power fi
it wi i " b ?! mai
to employ no one but uni
. . ?n?l that all i
tied between the emi . the uni
o" ? ? ei ?-?nit.i
ce- dltfona ??rid t ? ?h?bits -I,lid laboi
? i |</e Co
id trtk. n up thi
p . the union . -ers w-,
?? thi '!?" '
hem from going ?? it la i lolatton
ti ? fl
I who aroused ?real e
n a tour
i. fette lab
? an London,
it was hard t?> And i
1 n Of t!
? ? the nib
f -? " rhents had b) en mad, >?
v ... ciuxs wr
it the Hotel Bi It
i ? ent del
gvgien in n<-.
, n Hall, .n ',th st t,,id ti
1th them i
: - ?
?er? on llmi
n hni -
tb?ii, t,. stay In the Qghl H? ?
? "? iaynor, stating thi
pick) ti brutall*.
of . omhrtai that every , ,,se would b
-, ti.,- D \ ?
. "i Iks hi -?trial Arbitrutiot
''? ? W ?' -chlffelln
? '? - Rev. ii e
, rg) \\. Wssmsr.
sdway, when IxjuIs N
? ?? <i to make i ipi m fa ?i.
tailed i at raouatratton, but
'Ml ' ? 9 ' ?Ok i ?? ?,? k,-,l hltri
I ? ? a | . ,,.,
"I ?V .s.ui, of ;<<?.. 4tn ;inr?
? el d frort -Mis ?>. n. p Belmonl
sptlng aa Invitation to Inspect ih?- fao?
?- of the oencem. This Invltatloi
Id, to ,-h.,w tira. Bel?
I I that the conditions alleged bj the
i rlkei s ore not so.
- ? .
FOR DIRECT SENATE ELECTIONS,
tl a;?>. JOB. M -With o?iy fi,ur ^?^.
? ntlng aotk?, n,? i.? -' rskolutka to ratV
th? >? ,.po?..-?i am. ii'iiii? tit to the federal
isUfutlon providing f?.r the eleetton of
I'd Kt._, > B>natoi by din-, t \,,te wa?
? ?I b> t!? tu .la' The
'!.,:?:? Wilt he eoris!d<-r,'d hv tin- S- r,
? ? ?i sson su
MRS. STOKES WRITES OF BOSSES
Explains That Their Seeming "Goodness" to Favored
Employes Is Prompted Wholly by Business and
Financial Selfishness or Policy.
Il? Ko?. I'a-lor Mokee. ,
Ti,? . ..v report? -i m*"
sylna "Tiaer? .?re r.<? roch things ?? |
i ,? -sport ? I no! ?
? ? ?,.p ? - ? sa ?he gpesker did la tl
. ? -'??.?I I w i-h to ?
a reiterated unplifl atlon o! It.
In __? ti.? people oh strike on
t re . eis, and from my own r?.?*-'
? M" 11< ....-, i have Ii ? ?attitude ol
? work? .s waa tl'.t the bos? hud
? ? ted them Letter than the rest of the
workers Tti the industry, and tli.it they
had i." reaaon to complain. In
? ? . t El the bOSS v.i*- good" to
them, and therefor?- thev should oe
? ajama'' to the boss and return to ?heir
I tried t.? show the strikers that the
kxMsea' "goodness" to i fes chosen ore-.
In their factories -<r?>?e ft?.m Belflah
mot!voa; that the bosses naturally favored
those werhera who were the quickest
the beei worker?, end the workers who
were most docile and amenable, i bsM
there van no k?->o.i bosses, s? f..r a? their
economic relation-, with their workers
w.re concerned; that they might he gooi
fathers, husbands, broth-era, friends, I H
?thai la the shop,?;, where their ?
?aras concerned, they ?sand only for th*
profita of the Industry, an.! were plaaac?]
i ?]??-.: ? ,\ with their work??rs. ur.inte?!
them apeeial JWlVilegeE or tre.ited them
u.t!. ??-.?nt ConsMeratiOfl In proportion SI
they were rmtlt;i!>|e o I table to
them (the boss,-.-1. The "boss" In ?? fsc
lory is "good" to ?< ?Wl**Ci few of the
?workers, und thos> ? in the ones
tvho t.? .? little anporloi *- w i ; i mid a little
greatei apeed act the profit making ?pace
for the others.
Such workers <io not often un.lerstand
why the BOSS Is "good" to them I tri??l
to help th<?m to understand why. "T!ier.
are no 'good1 bosses" so fur ?<s their re?
lation to the workers, as human beings,
is concern?-?!. The bossee are in business,
and in business the bnatnesa msa la earn
pelled to reR.ird production, not from the
hum.m hut from Hi? profit bearing
Once the favored workei or little group
of work? rs In ;?n Induetry un?!' ! rtsnd th<
motives undaiiylng th?? favoritism shown
the few. that work?! 01 th.-.t group wii,
refuse to return to work ;i.? strike break?
ers, but will stay out and h?!p win e?r ?all)
higher condltlona for ell.
WANTS $2,000,000 FOR
NEW YORK QUARANTINE
No Use Trying to Recreate Ser?
vice by "Piecemeal." Says
Health Officer O'Connell.
ASKS JOBS FOR 34 MORE
Favor3 Erection of Numerous
New Buildings and the
Practical Renewal of
[By Telegraph !0 ?
Albany, .;,in. n in h-.s report I
ted to the Governor and L-eglalaturc to? !
?lay, Dr. Joseph J. O'Connell. Health ??fii- I
cer of the I'ort of New 1 -rk. makes a
demand :<?r about C.?XH'.?X?0 of appropria?
tions for new butldlnga and Improvements
in the : late q laranttai *-? rv.ce,
new joi)?-. ranging fro i
? midi.-ai offl ter t.. laborers n?
there is no use going at this *ob of re
? ;i,,i;ii-t the servi a "piecemeal." To ac
? ? i.- -.1 aaj i.i he f? ?.- ix- must ?have
nothing lesa than th?- feMQ.tm appropria- j
. ii<i Die thirty-four new jui's at his
Dr. O'i'oi.ii? 11 la rnuiii opposed t?> any
plan to federaliz?* the quarantine sysU'in
in New York Harbor? lie ?goal exhsMSt?
Into - he ".a: ? ?. arguing that the
conditions i?" difieren! at the mstrapo -
from what they ax?* at a? > other port, an i
. ontrol <?: .? ? aJth-guardlng ma?
chinery Should b?' in the !;it. la "f the
protection of its . iti/? :.s
To ??i???? th- Importance of the port of
\-.-v. lath 'h v proving that
? ?. --.p.ir's ?if th.- coun?
try and :." "?'? per cent of th?? exports ,
?through this port. Also, he says, in the]
year from <> taker I, Mil, !" ?Bsptember.
.to. Mt, 820,401 Immigrants, or 71.fi lier
?cent of the immiKrati??n of the entir?
' . port o? X'-w York.
Facilities Wofully Inadequate.
The problems presented, i>-. O'Connell
-.?.?n t.?- greatl: Incraasad when the
Psnama Canal la opened In his optnioi
ties foi indttng the immigrants an
wofull) It te. H< ftnda that th?
nistratloa buildings, the hotej 11
, p, dining rooms, the
... even the
not up t" th? mark ?fire ushtinK fa
non-exlstent. In short, no
"pieocmaal" Improvement can ?
thing worth doing. In hla opinion H"
11 and Indorse? ail <"har!<?? n. r, , g<
m his rapar! o? ?!l h Oomenot DU
.,() ?Di Do! ti o? gh he sa;, s he
msdi m.in ;? ?i : :. ; r. ? s-1 rgtlve changea
.i ] , i tau. ?! i - on p' rte
tidltlng and acoaunt
* ooUaeted and
Ited and ?handled properly.
gtttt tolling all he
did ' ? invasions of cholera and
plague timing the recen! outbreak* In
i ? '
?Mviue. Hie wants tn
f,,r .. nt, | ,000; m ?-? rest?
Inga for rsea etc.,
..r.l run? ?line shops.
130.001 ad atables, IMM build
; i wt i -and heat pi mt,
, topesty foe coal poi k?ts
iire protection, ?.*.<-.. I ling ? oal,
pockets, 00,000* n?w docks, dredging, etc.,
$.?.,"? . ilgai ag I at, 171,000 and new
For Hoffman Island?New ?administra?
lion ?? t 't i --. dtaing room*?-,
detention rooms, etc, $??i:'.'*v: do? ks.
og, etc., I???'?
Kor Bwlnburne lalaad New buildings,
i..??- land, docks, ?*t<?.. j?..s7.0j?>. water sup?
ply for Hoffman ami Sv.jni.urne Islands.
ASK FREE PAPER AND PULP
?Importers. Invoking "Favored
Nation" Treaties, Cite Taft.
Washington Jan i- Importan <?f Eu
ropean Wood pulp and p.ip? r urged tho
. u toma court to-day to suthotrise the.
admission <?f those products free of duty
t?> the ' faltad ?States from all countries
liavlag "favored nation" treatl? with
Am? 11. a
?Wood pulp and pager ate ?
toCanada on ..!i unrestrtated exportatloaa
by the only operative clause ot th- Ca?
nadian redprodt treaty, ?and ?Albert H.
Vfashburn, ronaael for the importe-i?*,
maintained that the United States was
bound by its tr?-at!es to extend the pri\l
lege t?. Burope
Mr. W.ishhuin attacked the goVSTBr
m? nt s position that the question oonM
not b. da i;..i bv the courts batanea it
i? polltloaJ and n??t fadklal. He declarad
that the Ctistoms ?'curt was competent
t?. decide and .?noted l'n?ident Taft'S
message t?> Congress, saym?; that the
sain.- ha?l been referred to the courts
f??i 'i. termination. The Pi-eeldent had
di-rected the Traaaary Departaaeait to
?asea '??:.!' ? or. tii.-se Europea*", prod.
?" i.'ling the outcome
GIRL. KIDNAPPED AT
POINT Of GUN, ESCAPES
| Foils Abductors. Who Had
Forced Her to Accompany
Them to Jersey City.
SEIZED IN PHILADELPHIA
Eludes Captors While Waiting
I for Ferry to New York, and
Makes Her Way, Half Swoon?
ing, to Aunt's Home.
Kidnapped In ! reed daj ligl l In the
Htr?ets ?,f Philadelphia suburb, Eleanor
Osle* fifteen yawn old, escaped her ub
ducton <-?t jer.?.-v citj yesterday, and
made her w;iy t?. the home of hi
William O-ley, ;?t No. ?Id Sixth avei ue,
Brooklyn. Bhi wai In s half hysterical
condition leal night thirty ?sli hours if
t.-r she had I ??? i toll from er home.
When hi : lat: ? Ml ' ? '??..???- ainV-l
hers to take hi : be< h to Phil li
The police, who went I . w?lk
following ti ? ?? of word from
the PI Uadelphls authoi Itlea did little
yesterday tow at.I uncovering the Identity
of the girl's captera It Is believed thai
they did net "?me to Ni w Y*rl but
earns frightened at Jersej Cltj and re?
turned to Philadelphia
The ?in loid h circumstantial storj el
her experience at bet- uti'-i?-'? home la??
night before she Harte,! for Th laddpMs
"Mondo* morning I lefl my I
Tacony. s suburb of Phllodelphls " ?
said "to reek .1 piece ss etenogrephei
and typewriter In an office In Wains
street, between Uth and Uth street
anawei to an edvertleemenl When s fss
blocks firora my inim* 1 ws 1 1 .
],? issr, tuen. Who told me to ga wir!
them. 1 at first refused, but srhen the
? i hold of m< m ?! pul ;, handker
. in. 1 over my fa'-e. i b?feme ft ?
and Baaed and could not 1 r
Threstsned with Rsvolvsn.
l was led int?, .-, J',t and told to ?1
The men then showed dm the 1?.
I volvere they ?arried and toiii me if
: oared to sCTeom or refu sd to do ss th)
i to!,) m? they would 'bre^k mg head o
else .?hoot m?-.' We then took - street es
st ite Hoed line and got off .,
the Pennsylvania Railroad station ?
'1. .- kfort street
"While ?-n the 1 at the rn, n itood on th
??m ami 1 was told to .?It neai th
There were very fee paseengeri s
?r When I K?'t off ?'lie of |||,- ,,,,
gave ?ne nof and told me to buy en
ti- bei tor New York i purchased th
ticket and bearded i train tur tali clt:
At Trenton we changed ran
"i to the n le from Phllad? Ipl Is
'i ? t n one of the men occupied I*
front ??e:,t, while the othei rods I tl
????at bshlnd me. Prom Tieup,n to J< ra*?
City the two m?-n guarded me from ti
?? ?.t. thi front "ne being ooeuplei
At the '-in-': test move the men wai-n?*
me of my fate If i let out an out' ry
"At Jersey ?'lt\- th, mei told til' to .
? ?.?.?i irait tor ti.erri t., return Oi
w?*nt ewe?.-, while ti,- other walked >
? ' aben i wag lifting. Aft
i time he went ;,??..-, snd i gol up ai
????nt to one of the railroad station guan
and asked the w-.-,\ t<> tins sddri
"W'nh the ? v-ATe change i t.?,?i i cae
to ti ?? hon,.- ,.' ir-- sunl '
?'tdinar to the iiUfii ? ? ? ? . , .
? to her home shout 1:1.lock Me
?luv a't'rnoora crying it was full) i
" ? before ?he could control hi re? I
tell ;i coherent ttOTJ of Whet bad kS
The siri ?ata there WO! no n;?-iT' DM
tlened in the advertisement, an?i that ?
I "? Brat tri, ?i s ? cm - th< , oaltioa li
I ridl y. It uns only aft?-r shs had go
Into two buildings on ti>r i,:.? k d?signai
m the sdvertlsemsui thai she learn
fiom the hoy in the hnii where the pis
dcocrlbed the efles a.? small, n
?k .a typewriter table and thi
?hairs On her tiri-t visit a man tri
bor at dictation und typewriting, ar
:<??< imnK well satisfied, told her t" coi
i',- k Monday morning Nothing, the i
was mentioned as t,? salary or
t,, what esp?rtenos she had had in ti
line of work.
According to the father, the ??n. who
la blonde, with wavy hair haiiKinaf do
la i back to the waist line an?t with lui
blue eyes and ?i may < "i,i|>l?-xi?n, is qu
and of domestic Instln, t.--. She 1?, n
shall;- In? lined, and wa.-' want to pi
ber ? ventage at home erlth her th
n.-r abdnetora ?he described M of di
complexion. On,- ha?l a small bl?
mustache, wa* about thirty or fort> >e
old and was rather untidy In appearar
According to the girl, they leaked
The father recently served on a J'
in the 1'nited States I>u?trlct Court, wb
lareatlgeteti white riavery. Nothing.
?aid, OOCUrred at the time which ?0
lend any ?.ue to abduct hi? chtM.
II? showed the strain he has g
through since his daughter did not ret
to her home Monday night. He toM
he* the entire famll\, assisted by
nelahbiira, th.-roughly ? -nvassa-d
Philadelphia hospitals, and finally
sorted to the police of thnt city In S h
Ol liinllns her,
AN ATTRACTIVE FALL W1NTKB
and SPRIM1 RESORT AMONG THE
PINES, 'iffer'n? dr>'. healthful climste.
soei?l ?dviant?nri?<?s'-,?iev?ry opportunity
for out-door r???r?atton
Hem Op?, 1RANK t MUTE Ufa,
hwm Op*r> A. J M?. Km?. Ma
' >,. v .?-,?, Ms'P''? Aar net
IB"* f-a ?nd ?sf<*rs?*?*-> *~ ??qu?at
: .. , - frvts New Y??> ?a, . ??
NEW FI INSURANCE
POLICY H URGE
Hearing Produces Suggestic
Representative Body Con?
IMPORTANT, SAYS ELLISO
Special Commissioner Will Con
fer with Governor Regard?
ing Modification of
Wilhan. B Klhson held vcstcrdsy
the library of his law office, at No. 1|
Broadway, the first eni poeetMy tho lei
hearing, al leant, ?<> far a.* the stand.tr
lire Insurance policy is concerned, In h
rapedt) si special eonunlestoner to It
v ? 11c:;.t.- U,, bUStneSS Of fire Insurance I
this state Hs went to Albany ia-t nigh
Snd to-day ?and tomorrow will hold CM
ferences >v?ti: Qovernoi ?Suisse r.t-ardm
the sdvlsobillty, among other things, i
i ibtnittii g thi e hole q m Hon of i stem
uni poii.v t?> i commission rcpicssntln
the different , lesWntl In the i-ornmiinit
whi? h would i?e na.st effected bj an
change m tin present standard form.
The formet Corporation COunesI h.ui It
te ?I'd to have ready lei presentation ?
the hearing vesterday a tentative dral
Of an Insurance contract Which he cou|
ecommend In place of the preeent ?tanc
srd policy put In foi??? twsnty-osven year
ago M" said, however, at tin- ppenini i
Miring ti.it so man] change! be
been suggested to him In the lost va?*
that he bad del M'"! t-.ot to draw ,1;, s ;
a draft until Hft?r th?? bearing md
submission of the min?tes of the bsarin
to the ' ioverner.
lii? j . ,i i ?,'?? further mouified bv th
arguments .at the beerlng ?.f Willi! c
Robb president <'f lbs New v,,,k Boar
of Underwriters, and Meses Tonnenbaua
? i iki i. e i.-, odi " ated ti?
submlM f the subject te s ?presents
tive c.,r' '
Commission Important Phase.
? i era, old Ie si the i leoi of t:.
bearing, "profoundly Impresas i
Isno of ih?- ? ubjset, si * I havi
. srltk r.al Interest to til' ;
taken I '- Mr Kohl, and Mr Tatitieiibaun
la leleihai le s eommtoston. Of court?
1 am MM fn??- to SOJ yet ?Hat report
shall make ta th.- Ooverner, but oertalnl:
that | bass .-f ti,?- ? sas shall have tii<? bes
? ??allen I am capable of riving to It
~Of ' oui m khoold the ? '."-? -i r o? a:?'
the 1 | ?? ?? anxious for mon
? expeditious relief, it li no
foi me i" stund in the way, at,<i r ?j.
not foreclose m) self with regard to ttiu
phaac "f the matter.
?i Informed tnat n.an> >,? thi
? is ?? ? I ? en inder < on.?'.), ratloi
at the tlroi i taik.-d with the Oovernoi
on the subject ur. now actually undei
? ration by the Huper1nt<n?lctit o|
Insurance of the state. Naturally, with
his facilities time will bs saved b) thefa
being *ak-1, up an.i considered there k\
any rate until t! ?? gusstlsa Of ths Stand
.?r?l i??? ! 1 ?? ?. hOS be? ' ellinlnnt??d .?ithet tc.
ths nomination ?>t a commission, or b>
I m recommendatloB that ., commlMtoc
?? ?un,.? and mm h action as th?? Legisla*
ture ?nth tin Oe ernoi shall take has
1,.-, n had. I lhall not take up any ether
S Of thi lire insurance BUI stloti '
A n .ir.ler of iBSUraOOC BMO l ei'oni
mended oertali ? hangen they would like
to M! nude In the st., dard form of
policy. James O? Graham, fermer Dea?
il attornej Qenernl? thought the con
tract should itrlctiy limit tin? rompante!
t., ti,?? buelneee ?,f Indemnifying policy?
hold-is. Oeorgl R Heath, an insurance
| lok? r arid lawyer, of No. 111 llroadwaj,
wallt? d the poll.) mad. ?hort.-.i
Appraisers Victimize Public.
i the publli vm,s often
. t i, sppralai re, end be thought
lb? BuprsttM Court or the Burrogate*i
? 'out i s?a"i:.i have power to appoint three
Independent appraiser! to detenu
amo mi i f damagei a boa Um wen In
dispute, li?- It ??-as who sal,i bs
steed" Mi Robb v\. i.-? "eminent!) satis*
Bed" with ib?- prsesnl form of ti,.- tai I
aid pell I
III it,. ,i, orreoted htm In this par
tlcular, rejecting Um nerd Mutnently,"
but remarking thai It was "beyond the
hope of mortal man to make ?> ? tract
so ?cat that the court! w,u, i dlaegres
Ill RoM argued thai II on) change be
mode in the standard f"rn. la u,i.? eteti
It should aleo be made In all th?,?,. states
a m? h ha,i adopte,i the New fork form.
Ms smphaelaed th! neceeelty ef uniform?
itv Mr, Klllhon asked htm if it would
not i"- i K'"?i Plan for Um proposed rep?
resentative commission, if appointed, te
submit ?ts recoBuaendatloae to the N'a
tlonal Assort s tlon of insurance Commis?
sioners Mr. RoM thought It Would.
Mr. Kills,,n also naked him what
be thought about the proposition m
have Insurance ?ontracts . ?,iisld,r??d Iti
terstote trade sad regulated by the fed?
eral government Mr Robb did not think
v.,ii of this, though Mr. Tannenbaum
, i e
$30,000 FOR FALL IN SHIP
Southern Pacific Must Pay for
Keeping Hatch Open.
v verdict of WtMt ?a? awarded >es
terday In WThltt nalai by a jur> in hau
1 of the S'U'ri-me COUrl to Kr. den.'k
Beyford at No. si Oekley avenue, arid
against the Southern I'aeltlc. Beyford,
who formerly was employed b] the aoaa.
pany. had sued for |MMM for Injurlari
i,-, i-lv.il on SU! of Its ship?, lie BOOMtOd
that tha- injury made him a helpless In?
valid f?>r life A great array 0( fOUnssI
whs employed In th?, ran??, among the at?
torneys being Congreeenaui Martin w.
I'MMon. who appeared for the railroad
While waiting on a steamship tl??d sp
??t a Brooklyn pier, in 11)11, Kiyforri
stepped Into an open hatch, and fell
acroea an Iron beam, receiving Injuries
to his back and neck that taralvz.d bha
below his waist Me was taken Into com*
yeeterday In a wheeled ? bahr and woe
muih fatigued before the court adjourn? <j.
SCOn URGES INQUIRY
?F SALES OEPABMNI
Prisons Superintendent Ready
to Resign When Investiga?
tion Is Completed.
WILL NOT QUIT UNDER FIRE
Sulzer May Appoint Thomas
Mott Osbornc as State
Prison Head as Solu?
tion of Trouble.
ir.v Teitgraph to Th- TMwae.l
Albany, .ran. it. ?Because of criticism of
the sale?- department of the Prison De?
partment. Colonel s??.ti, Bupsrlnt?tndeni
of frisons, to-night made formal request
of the ?Stllser Inquisilors that they inves?
tigate ll.is branch of the state's activities.
He himself has had !t under s< rutlny for
mien this has been done Colonel ?Seotl
is ?perfectly -willing to let Qovernor fiulser
have his resignatlssj if he wants it. Most
bata .?i.? that the Qartrtrwot ?will want it,
hut Colonel S'ott refuses to got out while
his administration mema to be under tire
ft?.1.1 the ? ?ovcrnor or anybody else in any
?I'-tall !!' als?? pSTSlstfl in Ins refusal to
appoint ''fiarles !?'. ?'uttigan or ?anybody
? l?e ward, n ol Auburn prison in place of
?leor??' Benham, the present ward?'!''.
Thomsa Mott Oeboras, head of ?lie "high-1
braw" I " in.', rats, is trying to hind this I
?oh for his ?prot?g?, BattJgan, ami has I
obtained the promis? of the Ootrernor
\ that RatttgM ?an have it. TIM Governor. I
fslltng t?? get Colonel ?Sootfa >aa?oparatlon |
In thla lob of placating the snti-Murpby
wing of tin Democracy by patronage,
made public th- ??th??r da.v a toirtod r? -
port ?>f .? Dta Investigator crlUcWnt tr>"
i W'.rk of !"r?-?i H. Mils, the ?salea aip-nt for
arti'-'.es manufacturod in ?the ?tat?! prison*-.
; .?n.i ?-barging him with lack <?f fidetlty to
i the atate'a toteresta
Agkg Thorough Investigation.
Colonel ?Scott, writing to John N >'ar
; hsi??. head <?f the faveatlgatore, te day. |
'says lie learned of this burled report.
I thOttgh It was neither i rlnt*-?l nor ?sent t?>
i th.? Superintendent ?if Prisona for his
action, and wrote t?. <;..v.rn?.r Inx on
j..? tobet -4 of last yesr for a copy. Thla
?ipy be received <">n November 14 He
took m? the matter with Mills, and on
December II arrota Mm a formal ?.request
for detalle.t reply t<? ?the rcp?-.rt against
him nts reply was recatead Januar*; I
of this ?...n and Is now linder .??ms!?bia?
tlon bj Colonel S-eott, who aaya to th? in
rastigatess: "1 sak your committee to
gr.. the work and til" tranaa?*tlona *?f
t i misa agent i thorough Investigation
There la n*>uch ?speculation ?hara about
the , >f the ?Sulser?Beott ?tiff?r
B th are ?Stubborn, ami each seems
I very much In earnest Qovernor Bulssf
I greatly desires to have the support of
: B adnilmstiati-iii Which Osbom? S?d
i?<-moi rati? league associates ?an glvs.
The Governor ma ramava the Superin?
tendant of i'rvsons on chargea, and than
is much talk h.-r.' that he may do thla
"v.-i.tuaiiy and make Mr. Osborne ?Super
Intetldenl of Prisons.
There I? llk?-l.hn..,i of encountering trou?
ble In ttiat .-??Urse, though, for ColOOSl
S????u has many ?good Tammany frtonda
and Mr. Osboraa has aol Any n-'w Su
I psrlntendent oi ?Prteona must b? oonfirnaed
bv the Senate whh li is control!,??! bv
i Tammanj a
JOBS FOR FAITHFUL ONLY
Witness Says Highway Work
Goes to Those "In Right."
Illy Telegraph to The Tribttiie I
Albany .'?n l?? A volunteer witness
told the ?Slllaer investigators to-night that
the aray to g< ? a yob In the State High?
V.H- Department was ?o have ?he Iml.rse
?nent ?if a Democratic pottttdaa who waa
in right" wit!, tin- organisation, and by
anna to pi-k on.- who wasn't "st.?.n<!
ing in" w-ith Tammany. He s,ii?j. more
,,,. ?!, .t road aeii ac? ept-ed for th??
stat'? bv the present tilg*hura) authoritlea
When thev were no' RnlSbSd and W? ? f III
The hearn g !..i?l been ?Ironing along
win. technical engineering probl?me until
it was about time to adjourn Than lohn
n. Carttale, ch-alrman, a?k?d if anybody
wanted t?. communicate Information re
gar Un - highway matter? t'p jump?*??!
ton Kara llayaton, o* Ouilderland, just
out?1de this city.
MaysteO BaM B load waa being built
about the Ralleg i'Mig. iron? the Country
Club to (?ulld.rland. by tip* B. ?. PlSTOB
Co ipany, a Bridgeport (Conn.) tirm.
i wanted a 1"^," said Mayaton, ? s?> I
cime to see |f?fiCabc t'a?kv McCabe.
He t'.id me I'd K'?! i lab aa a laborer at
U ,i day, and a letter ??n aant t<> my
home notifying ma of m> sppatnunsni i
-.-..nt !.. the place ?vhera ! ???a* i?)l?i to re?
port, and the] asked me te sign a do. i
iiieiit I d??!i t kin.u what II was, for th??
print warn so loa i ?didn't r?*a?i li ?and
offered me $4. i asked what thai was for
.ir.d ih?". asid f.?! turo days' pur. I
diiin't sign theft documeni i told them
to i?-u McCabe h?- twuldn't buy me for $2,
?Hid ! Wouldn't rob the Ht.it?. of New Vnu
llsyston said in- got a Job from the
foreman foi the contracting Arm as
iu!?v?r?-i. and later be and ins horse and
wjgiM were hired for ill M u day, con
slderabl) un.iei the rut.? ???f compensation
for laborers on the stat?' payroll,
"nils summer i was nrod " he ?aid.
the arord ?aim: from beadQuartera at
Since/that time, Mayaton said, be ha?i
lold Superintendent Reel and ?Paul M?
i>?ud. chief engineer ..f tin- Hlghwaya
Department, ?i dozen times about holes
In this mad. which i.?t understood the state
had eccepted and was about to pay for,
though It was not complete
Tne lnv?sstlgstora adopted a resolutton
to da.v and sent It to th?> Governor urg?
ing that h?*r.'after ail contracts for work
aggregating more than Jl,u?>v b?* let after
SHALL CITY CELEBRATE?
Executive Committee Will Pass
on Tercentenary Question.
\ntiouricem??nt was mad?* yesterday of
the appointment ?if ;ui ?v.v -utiv?- io?n
inltte??. from th.? general committ?-??
name?! by Mavor ??aynor. t.? det'-nnin?*
whnther or not the IWOth aimiv?rsa>v ?,f
the settlement ?>t Manhattan Inland
alioul?! b?? eel?brate?! tins v.'.tr When
the general < ?.mi.iitt?.?- met last Wednes?
day, Colonel Loula Annln Amas, a? t.m
porary ctiairnifin: was BBBPOWSIad to ap
lolnt the executive committee. The mem?
bers of ti.e committee named are:
It. A. C. Smith. Herman Bidder, Frank
A Munsey, OsaOtWl Howard Carroll,
Jam?-s apey.-r. Vincent Astor. William A
Marbl-. K. E Olc?tt, H n Raymond.
Edward P 1 lutter, William P. Reick.
Tl..ore P. Shouts, WlllUm Ziegler Ir'
?"ornelliiB Vanderbtlt Dr. Edward Haga
man Hall, .lohn C. Hmii's, Ceeare Contl
?leorg?? ?? iioidt. William G. Kuschen
helm, ?'??lone! Louis Annln Am? and
William A. Johnston.
The new committee will ?meet next
Wadnaaday at m?o ;P ,? at th,. ??ity
LABORS lllll?? PLU
FOUGHT BEFORE SOEZI
-"ederation Spokesmen and Le
islators Agree Act Should B
Passed?Split on Details.
OHIO LAW IS ADVANCE
Compensation Fund Made I
of Premiums Voluntarily Ad
vanced by Employers Is
Praised and Condemned.
f,Iiy Telegraph to The Tribune. |
Albany. Jan. 14 ?While the present i.e
islature, will make a determined effort
add New- Voik to the fifteen etates whi<
have workmen'1) compensation acts,
hearing before Governor Sulrer this afte
noon revealed wi?i? divergence of oplnu
between |e*Tinlators and labor men en ti
.subject. All agre?d that the state ?h<,u
mak<? provision for the compensation ?
Injure?! workmen or for their f;,rnili?H
COM of death, hut iflisgrosd en detail.".
Lieutenant Governor ?"?lynn, Senat?
Wagner, Bpeeker Smith and many oth?
legislators arare at the i.?'aring, and ti
eseSUtlve chamber was filled with repr,
eeatatlvee of labor and dele organlzi
tlons. John T. McDonough presented tl
provisions of the bill proposed by th
?State Federation of Labor, but not y?
introduced. It if based on the Ohio la*
Mr. McDonoUgh Bald he had examine
all the compensation laws enacted an
had found U.is on?- the ?a A
The suggested leglHlathm provide.? fo
a state commission of three to a?lmlnl.s
ter a fund made up of premiums varylni
a- cording to the danger of the employ
ment, and to be paid by all employer
who wish to take ailvanta??- of th?, law
He explained that employers were no
compelled to be governed by the law be
? ?? th" decision of the <*ourt of AP
peals declaring unconstitutional the las
compensation .statute enacted In thi;
stale en th? ground that it deprived th?
employers of their property without du?
process of law
Widow Would Get $5,000.
The bill contains schedules of compensa
tion for Injurie?. In ?ase of death th?
widow or next of kin is to get ?*5,0<?. ant
where a man is permanently incapacitate?
he is t?, a' , ,?", SOT cent of hi.?- -salary, n?,i
ST deeding $15, for the rest of hla life. Mr
IfcDonOUgh dOOlaied that this law was
working satisfactorily in Ohio, and thai
lusuraaos fer tin? injured workmen ther?:
was cheaper then anywhere eise ?n th?!
country. He said there was no place in
that state for the caaualtv companbs,
We fought all last session foi a com*
pensation bill, end 'en ?lays before the
session closed the, casualty confpanie.?
cam.- up to Albany with a bill, but they
klMW It WOS then too late to get it
through the l^cislature in if*?;, 1907 and
1901 the casualty companies rceived $4.',,
tgAMt and paid out ll'-.iW.liW. that'a the
reason they don't want this bill.
H. B Bradbury, who has mad?? a ?lose
study of workmen's compensation and
ha?1 written a booh on this subji-ct, dis?
agreed with .VIr McDonoUgh a? to the
sfHcoey ?>f the Ohio law "s?> few paepl
go under th?' State plan there." he said,
'that the majority of peopl?? he?fO t,, pa
late the c?.,iru* to recover for injutics."
ii.? then preeentod a plan which he said
w.a? the amalgamation of the New Jer*?
Bey, MIchlKan and Massa ihusott! laws.
Employers have an opportunity to file
a certific?te that thev will not come under
the law and if they tal to do this they
automatically become subject to It. This
provision in the NOW Jers.-y law. be MM*
had reautted in ?'Very employ ?t In the
state eaeept four accepting th?? law He
would place the sdinlnist'iing of the law
under the control of th-? BtOti I'?'Partment
of Insurance I
Employer Must F,le Bond.
Hef.,re getting a state li.MS_M an etiv
ployer must til, ;, bond with the rsupe*
Intendent ?>f insurance, ihowing thai tie
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i 548 Hfl h Avenue I n?ar ?rt?h .-t |.
?*:iB9 Broadway ???ear Wtb Ut
wa* financially r?*sponeihle t.? hk work?
men or that he wab insured again -? j- ..
rlaks in S mutual or liability eompaay
approved by the commission. An lno'ired
workman had the option of insurinx un?
der th?> commo'i get, with all <lefen???s re
moved, or demanding ?^omprTiisatlon a
cording to the schedules provided b/ the
In case of death, a man's family wb?
to get not more than RfiH OB laBB 'liar.
I$1,.7X?, and in caaa of total hM-fgu lty he
WB8 tO get "?O per cent of his wage? up to
th.? time that 13,(WO wan espende-i ; then
he would get -lo pei- cent of his wage*.
for the rest of hia life.
One of ?tfea nieri representing th*? Stat?
Federation of Labor attacked the \>w
Jtamey law. ?barglag that a worfctngmaa
must sign away his rights betfore he can
tak?* advaalaga of tt.
Otto Mdlitz, r? pp-sentlng Hut*-<"iv!c Fe*4
eration of New York, agreed with ?he .
Bradbury plan, hut held tha.1 there should
be a special state, hoard to uupervlse th? /
I Factory Commistion Presses Bill?.
' The Gov-prnnr al?jc gave a h*_vring on
the bills recommended by the State Fac?
tory Investigating C um miaste? n. Atra?a 1.
Klktis, Lounsel, cav?- a syn'?i>KL? of pro
jHDseti legislation, saying that it should ?
be enacted bacauae It is fair to the mar.
ufacturer, th?- employ.? 4.n?l th pub?o
and is humanitarian. Be _?i?i"i
Wt found certain employers wh?. were i
advanced enough to have asoellent fac?
tortea They told ?is thai thla ? i.di
tlon waa not for charity, but that It
meant dollars and cents to ti em t" .<?..?
well f?.?d and well cared for ? ?i| oy<S.
Samuel Gompers, president of
Amrrn-un Federation of Labor, who had
C0BM tO Albany t< assist in ?Mttllng i
waiters' strik?-, spok-T In favor ?t t!?.'
commission's Mil?. "I to not bettes?? ?. ?
!a paternal form of government.N he natd.
| "I believe peojpta who can to for tl
s? iv? s should be ?permitted t?i do it."
Oompera urged that th.? rxplolttnj
wom-'n and ?.-liildr? ii. to s,it!-f* I j |
and avarice cf their employers, 1?
?;.vernor filllgfiT cautioned th?
men that it wouhl 1.? b?*u? i t?. u? ? -,
the peSSSga of .. few H'J."i law than U)
attempt to ? lire all the evtta ?i
FOR 11 SUPREME JUSTICES
Senator Gore Introduces Bill lo
Enlarge Highest Court.
W ?Islington, Jan. 14 - A i.il' ?'. in? :
the sis?? of the Supreme Court ot i i
t'nit'd States from nina lUStices to el?
was Introduced la ?the ?Senate ?->?. Benaba
Fhouki two additional *
added to the court ?lu-lng ?. Dei " I
administration th.? Ivri? m I r?ma>>
?tepuhlican. unless ?n tmespa M raca
shoul'l aeeur. The Demo? rats a.-r ?
?redited With ' ! I? f Just!, c What* Utti
.lusti'cs LortOa and Umar. wh: ?? t ? 'I* -
ublicans are ghn n Just ? ' bat
Hoin-es. Day, Hughes, Van Derantat
Our Great New Serial and several Short Stories by Famous
Writers will make the next MAGAZINE SECTION of the
SUNDAY TRIBUNE one that will be sure to be in great
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE
enters upon it?? third instalment, and there is a synopsis ior
those s.? unluekv as to have inis?.ed the first two. The plot
thickens, the love interest grows, and so do .the excitement, thi
mystery aiul the charm. It you haven't begun the story yet,
start next Sunday by reading the synopsis that goes with each
In the Same Magazine Will Appear the Following Features:
General and Moonshiner B/roynorton
i? ?.tie o? those strong .?tories about Strong n:en that the author
of "The Vanishing Reata" does so erell.
What Lindy Had Up Her Sleeve
By SEVVELL FORD
One of the strangest romances that was ever pen-,-,!. Even
Shorty IfcCabe, "profess?t of ?ata," ana] surprised at thi- out.
The Young Savage b7 owen oliver
\ deftly told love tory with a ?ttrpri?ing tini.?h
Where Dignity Dies By james hay. jr.
Some sidelights on hew the Rational Pro?? Club m Wish
William Short Man Tamer
' By JOHN FLEMING WILSON
?* fact Story about an Ameruan prison reformer who did thing
By Exton River . By annie hinrichsen
\ talc ot love and journalism and legislative lobbying.
Also look tor "Stories Told in Washington," by Arthur
Wallace Dunn, and "Pure Clothes," by Ren? Bache, in the next