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WILSON ACTS TO RUSH
HIS AN??? II!
Lines Up Democratic Member
and Insists Legislature Must
Not Delay Them.
RANK AND FILE SUITE.
Wants to Clean Up Befor
Going to White House?
Hughes's Election Vic?
tory Over Smith.
t: Telegraph te Th? Ti ibene i
frent?n, x. J.. Jan. ??.?ttovernor un
son played *??'' ilart ?t t,ie soheolaaaate
10 tiie Democratle membets of the Legti
attire lids afternoen, when im tsaohoun
??th r'iatform in hand, he stood liefe*
?hem !''? bis prlvati office and exp?ame
m detail the anti-cui poratlon Mill an
other reform measures now- pending. Te
.lay's .'inference was the llrsi d?finit
?tep that the Governor has tak.*n t
bring about the enactment of measure
carrying out pleiiges in the Dtmu>. rati
platform, and it indicated a desire on th
part of the President-elect to put througl
as many of these bUta as possible hefoi
going to Washington
As a result of this afterTMon's confer
ence it was made plain that there was no
coing to be the slightest .?eia> in inakmi
laws of the aoven Bieters." as the gov
ernoi has mekriainieil his anti-c?>i-poratlm
measures. No definite actum was taken
because of the time limit, but the Demo
rratic leader. Senator Davis, said that tli
.-ellng in favor of them area so strona
among his colleagues that lie expe? ted t?
?ee them passed and in Governor W il
son's hands before March '..
Senator Davis, who presided at today'
tonference, said that heatings on thes
Mils will be h,eld to permit those wanttlV
an opportunity to get a full and frae dis
? useion. but there would be no unneeea
*ar>* delay. Governor Wilson favore?
hearings, Senator Davis said, and h
i bought that they could all be hel?l a
the State House before the end of nix
Rank snd File for the Billa.
?.'overnor Wilson in explaining his antl
corporation bills to the eonferenee thl:
afternoon, asserted that "it was general
ly understood that the** wera the conrea
BM of opinion of the people of the state.'
He said it was the feeling over th?* stau
?tenerally that they embrace.] tha wishei
of the rank and file ?They are h?ls.'
le said, "on what we are pretty nearl)
Definite action was ta-,en at tO-day'l
< ?inference on jury reform, Kraale ?r.??
? k* l'-glslatif?n ana) the proponed eonstitu
tlonal ronventmn, and. While the confer
? nee *?as supposedly ?harmonious, th?
? slit over the pi opened ehances in th'
method of drawinc pirlapo was a wain
on? . and taeted more than an hour.
The cenferreee, by a vote of n to i
.1- ;-:?:..-? ?i a reeolutlofl ? laka ?fron
the ?Sheriffs their present powers to ?? au
: and arid petit jtiri'-s
v\ I'.-n the grade-cross!rig [?.'gislatloi
. . i . ?ij. Governor Wilson wt.,,*e.| t?.
? l ml nation of dangerous croaslnga at th*
: ?nil .?ads' expense ?na?i? meiidntory, but
--.. m;.m ??f the legisla loara dlaaareed arltli
'?in: that h? Anally pot in IUl ? f??i lett,:?n
? public t'tititia-s Ctsmmlssion hove Iht
-i.* as to what creselogs should tie ai'oi
Oppose Constitutional Convention.
S.? nmeh opposition to |h? proposed
?notltutlone] >t*oav<entlon apraug up thai
? seemed ?!?.uhtfui if one would '???? hel'J
a'tiiough there is a Specific !? omis.- in III?
!?'mo'THtii: platform. The gonalOTS from
the smaller counties protaeti l the ?bard?
es', because they wen* afraid Of fl '?*-"
of representation In the ?L-sghdntore.
??overnor WMaoSl boweva r, suggested
mat the plan be so arranged that tin
tgletetlvs repiesentatii.n ^?iv.?,'? remain
indbMurbed. ?'.t"i this aas agtre.i to.
'ii'. constitutional convention now will be
nutdr up of rppraseentatloa ?sod on thi
.-?? letora; that is. each county, ? gsrdless
.,- .-.. m7.<-. ?ill have the i.iv 'itPn ?-'
Governoi wiis.jii bad the satisfaction
to-day of seeing the end of two of the
s;lffe*t lights he has bad srHb ' Kill
Smith, when th* L?gislature selected
ledge William Hughes .?f Patesaas*, aa
th?- successor of Trank a?. Brlgga In the
Tnlted States r?< mate, and Kdward B.
Greas'rup as ni* snfcasoat la i?aniri s.
I V'oorh?ea in the ofn? < of state Treasurei
: H? lb WOT? < ho--, n by _ ttXiet party \ote
! Atlantic City. .Jan. W.?-Prs?*?ld?at??l?ct
i Wilson forg.?t th? ...res ?f ?ut? ?ml the
iiiiportutiiti?--? of the oMoassakar to>night
i??ng enough t?> be th? gaaat of th? Sen?
at?- ?f \t.w ?ate?} at ? farawell dinner
' at the Mat I borough-I'l.-iiheuu. Tbor. was
; i?" political aSlgoifla-ance io the dlnaer,
; tin- Senator-? of b? th i.iiiti.? uniting in
making it a ?son <>i carra-ft?? aCalr, srith
t??iniaiit> thrown t.? the ?rinda Bach ??f
the twentjr-an? leaalara was pratacnt, .<
farther with William i*. Dill, the s. ?,.
? taiy .?! th? ni-r-et branch ?>f the Laegia
Sonus tv.-re .?uns, ?toi i?.s were told, and
i evarythlag paaelbls was done to mak? the
I affair s stri?t!\ ?soactel <?ne There w?ie
s law si??-??<>h?a but th?y were inostly la
'? eulogy of tha- OOV? nor.
?ioveinoi Wilson's speech iras devoted
malnlj to New Jersay, Iwcauae, Im said,
Ihe hail been -?? i-t-*~To?acd ?lth tin- at
,fa?is oi \t? Jera?y thai be ?hadn't had
1 iniicli lim? to think of national afi'aii-'.
I The !'i< sal?-nt-? le, t r?p.?ke of th. man?
Ithings h? ha.i i?.(?>iii|.iishe.i. ?nd said
I thai II? Was loath t?> baV?- lno st.it?
i hava ha?i to crack a Buniato ot
j tKMda" he said, "bUl ?ach ?f Ums? be.uis
? representad a thins;."
The spaech of the ?Presldent?etacl was
I^Iiom. and in ii be ?.??ok?- ?>f his aasoeia?
tiKii wit I, the Senabiif? with CODSiderabl?
in ib. ? t nt i e oi iii t?i ? was a minia?
ture a?i iii,- winte House on ths BtapS ?I
j *?hi'h was a f?ootbali labelled "Wtlaoo'a
I Hopes." ?Each guest had ?n ladldvidual
I waitress, who wore an Ani?*i ??an HaBg lor
; B ?sash f?n?i a ?nia.i silk fing In bei hair.
LIABILITY ACT LIMITED
! Its Protection Doesn't Cover
Cases Under Common Law.
Albany. Jan. i* The piote? tion afforded
i i?? ?employes In aotioas BgahiBt the??- ?m?
'ij?io>?ts to rer?-?\et f.?r ?personal Injuries
by that part ot ti.e employers' llabllit?
a? t which makes the question wh?tthan
the employe ha? nH*?un-?'?l lb? oh-riot's
iNk*? ?if his empio\ment ane f?ar th? jury
t?> ?paaa opon i?- :??>t ?atended to sctlons
brought under the ?onim<?ii law.
This is th? effoft Ot a ?I?*? isiOfl t"-?l.r
by the Court of Appeals In <!l?missiiig s
i-omnion law- sctletl brought by 1.??r??r?7??
MatnaKiello against Mimkea I'r.ither.-,
I Inc., >?f Staten Island. f??r in.rn l?S ?PIS?
?tallied while in thiir emplay.
TWO ADMIT "COKE" CHARGE
?Brothers Plead Guilty to Traf?
ficking in Drug.
Two brohters t?l. a?Je,| guilty to t M
ehar?? ??f engaging in the c-ocali ? traille
befr?r>- Caounty Juafuge ?Claman, in ?Brook?
in. yesterday morning. They wer? ?David
RaeMn, a druggist. ?>f N??. .'..'. flushing
avenue, and Iflchael i' Rachin, a dentist,
of No. ?tl Tciutpklns avenue. ?David plead?
? ??i guilt? to the char?*?* of Belling ?'??? am?
snd Mctae] t<> the charge <>f sttempting
to --ell it.
it is ?-dial th?-? broth???s disposed ??i :'?;
ounces of the drug in the last year. Tl ?
?-rand |ury diaoovared ihe larg?- smounts
of the drug which tha brotlv-r? w?r?- pu, -
chasing while examintag the i?o??i,s of
whasteaale hows?-?. Tiies?- basoks showed
that tha largiest firms rar i.? bought mon
l'ian four of ttve ounces annually. The
i?i-tri t .\ttoine\- then ber-a.-. an Investi?
gation Of his own. gad found that man
i,?<?i?i<-- of the neighborhood where the
1 br<>?!?' ?rs Uve wer? ?? dl At d t.? ?i??"
.\t the suggestion ol lb? t laa "???
Jon-??. MeKInay & Btdnbrlnk, the i?r.?i
ers thr?w th?-tns??l-. ? s on the inasrey of tha
?oiirt wb.ii arraigiKd ? ?? st'Tala ?. f? B| Il I
? ?>r this, .\---istani i?i?tiiet Attorney i.e.
i Baked the eaort t?-? take int?? <-on-.i<ierati'>.
j th? liar-i tha? ha?l b? ni ?Ion? bv tl-.? pri
??n-r-< amoiii: the :<?'i"t r--?pi?*- Ol thetr
_- iborhoed w-bep ?*?nt?-iMing ti?em oa
Fri?la\. Th?B* should ra-cBlva the mn,
: -.iiuiii penalty, h? liurtsted.
COCAINE CASES IN COURT
Two prtsoasss sraia srraiagned in Ih?
j West Si'ie ?oi-ri ye.-t?-r?la\ before M.-ici?
trate Coniagan US ? r?-su,t of the ral?! of
i? wait ?r ?Beaael, ?aiiitar;. luperinten?
'dent of tue Dep?irtn?eiit of Health, against
MllOTfl "f and US? of ro-aln?-. ??i?i?iiii a: ?1
??ther driafs earl?.- Monday morning. Tha
?aid they wen tClchotas str.ide. ?>f So
,',; West Ikth rtrOSt and Itieiiai?! .??bul?-.
of ?Eighth avenus and ^r'th rlr-et
?Both priSO**Crs were frSCd on the ? naig?
of iKivii.g ?O'-aine in their pos-e?sion. b,n
Stta?!'' was sent to jail f?*u siM;. ?lay* on
the charge of ha*.ing aaaulted one of th*
rtty-ctlvea who was with i?r ?Beaael la
i the laid.
By Parcel Post
AS AN indication of the pop?
ularity of the Parcel Post
the plans for many public
buildings will have to be revised
to accommodate the large increase
in mail due to the Parcel Post.
Some firms are reaping the ben?
efit of the increased business.
How about you?
Parcel Post In.ormation Bureau
Room 320 TRIBUNE BUILDING
Ml STREET DIM
ON SULZETS I?
: Stock Exchange Governors Pro?
test Against Attack on
NOT JUSTIFIED BY FACTS
Head of Consolidated Says
Many Suggestions Possess
??uva m??! gutaei's recommend,liions of
! Stock Bschang? reforn? aera received
in the financial district yontmTthXi w"'>
1 i otnparatlva eguaatmlt) ? ?tr?. lala ?>f main
? <**ommlaalen hornea eapraaead aetiafacUoti
tiiHi th.* raeaaags e( the Qasvernor wks
tempered to the extern thai no drastic
I measure? were llkel) t.? be proposed for
? leglrdatlva snaetmenl until a fair laves
i tlgaUoa of the bualaeaa metboda of the
! exchange hal l>?..n made.
That tin- bellet area pol altered la b)
[thai board >.f i4?>\ rnora wa* Indicated
| lat.-i m th.* ?!a>. huw.x.i. g h?-ii the]
I met and dren up a ?statement to tba ?.<>v
?>iii..i taklni exception to ins character!*
zatiui? ??i th. government of the ? \
change Tbla cominuniratioii tne -
! to the ?press almultaneousl] with It? .?
. ?eint at the Executive Chambei .it \i
?iian.i ?Signed by James B Mahon, the
' pi erddent II is as followi
Th- massage of ?Governor Boiser has
?been ?onaid?-ri'.l bj th? committee. Th?
governing committee have alwaya ?n
deavored t?> aurronnd the dealinga ii
curltie* on the t-xchang. with the reatrlc*
liona and limltattona thai experienc liaa
augjgeated, which have been d?**em?**d from
. tin., to time to I- practicable and ? n
They bava coatlnuousl aoughl and era
| nov, ?seeking for sn) and all meaaurei
I that will enforce Jn.-t and raultabi? prill*
i . lpli-s ..f trade im protect u??- ?public
; 'i' 1.1 feel rt rj strong!. thai lbs '??>> -
t -. ore charact? : IsaUon ol l ha govi -
i ni-iit of the exchange la uiijuMllied b
i fa. is. and, with all due rea?pect, can call
' prota -t sgalnal II
Tiiev respectful!? rerju al thai th? a;?.\
| ern-.r receive ?? committee ??i the ex?
Ichenge ??t sn ?a*h date i.? prenenl the
, \ie-.? - - f 11 ? ? (chanai and to ? ?-i?\ ? to
him ti?-- assurance <?f their dealra I.
operate In the consideration ol i . * ?
tlon thai ":ii atilj further promote tha
hlgheai standard* <?f trad? and a*orree|
'1 .line W>]| \,,ii not kin'llj dealgnat*
11 ? tin?.- e hen you rill i ? ? ? h ? ? o .i a m?
1'0n-.1n--l.tin4 firtiier ..n this ? ?nii'i "
?*?? tii.n a member of the governing com?
mittee In ??.:???-. a tlon mti? .. Ti
I r. porter, aald .t waa tha Intentla *
? . .ni?! t 1., . ?... ? refoi m-.
they ?.?.??<? needed ?and thai iibotential
progresa wnt !.fn?;' mad? In tbla
tlon. "Thai |l is cennol be dene In .1
period la an Importent (art thai n ? l
??? kepi in mind.'' be etMed, "and In order
that l.iisit?. -v ,ua\ not be affected ad?
vereely an] propoeed 1 gialatlon mue! re
- ?? \??? ih.ugh ? onstda ration I ora ? 'i
Xow thai t ? slat? n. - lab ? up the
?1'ie.stioti of -.foiins th'*.- ? ?? ?. ? m t?. It?
a feeling thai lb? federal ?government
?.mi? not tait? up ti?? matter, ?\?ii on in
?ground ?thai th? accurltlea deal! In ar?
ti.a of Iniei -??it. cot ;.i.i atloi 1 1r
gu?*d the! the ?bualneaa done 0 ? tha
York Sto.-k Kschang? ? purel <-t .. 1 ?1
nature, and consequent!) under stata
The president of the <'onsoildated Btai .
Exchange -?.??i I tie iw ?.??. of i;.,?.
Snizi-r on the Well Btreat altiiation coa
tahied man) auggc-atlona of real \aiin
and hla >-??r.i concerning undua manipu*
1 latlon ahooM ba?ar fruit
"Tha suggestion f??r .-. las prohibiting
commission r?r<?k?!*- from taking ti.;.
fiositi si.|. nt in., account ?mu order?!
l?. bUJ or -.!! ?1.111m for tl?i( ? . |.'ii??-r?<
in of !hst Importance," i?- continued,
??Thin practl e haa beea apeclflraU foi
. I.i?I.Jen bj* the In lav 1 ??I th?- ? ',.,) ...l|.|., i. ,|
Block Exchange foi man) reara and lbs
\ i-? nail) la sxpulalon
Tin- ? loi 1 moi ' ? id? ?? - on? ? 1 Ing
prohibiting '?f broker? fr?.m doing i.ubi
neaa after tiieir known Insolven ? \??????i|
. full) met by lbs ?adoption of a law,
auch as auggeated bj oui commltte? wbxn
.in Albaaga requiring setnl-aanusl awora
Btetementa from an'- broker sctlng In ?
ladudar) rapacity. Tba eeommendetlo-i
?regarding mora atrlngenl penal lewa
Iaffecting bucket shop* la well worth) f
I eeaudderatlon anil should meet ti.n<
1 meadetloa ol ail nci.t ihlnklag men."
I ? ?ii?.r views aapreeaed on lbs ?j?.-.
! crnni's masse g? la tba Bnenciel district
1.1? ut'-natit < 'ommandi 1 l..??.i- M. Joseph*
thai, ?<f Josepbthsl. Laouchheln ? Co.
I "The me?i.?uRe appeal*-- BO Strongly for >hu
[?approval of all those who bava th.- I.? t.
Interests ..1 New Fork at bear! thai (
???aimm lef-ain from sapreasing m) la?
d?raeaseni of ti?.- recommandatloni it
1? |,i! tunate fot oin |?e..|ilc thai we hav?;
in th.* aseCUtlVI ? h.n? a! Alben) .. Kiaa.11
??*. be appreciates the fac? thai ?oui ci ..
h..s attained irsl placa la America as A
< omm? 1 ? ih I and tinan? ?al ceatr* Tha
BUggeettons ,||a'''' in ,h*' measaga ?f put
I into affect ?ill produc? a ?renewed ? ? > j a -
Indem?- m lbs Mo? k ?Kxchange
1 Federal Interference Unnecessary.
?Wagner, ?Dlckeraae ? Co.: "The m<
?saca aras s rerj wnelbls one."
! .?ames lt. ?lewa, of Henry Clewa i ? u . ;
I "Tba ?Oevemei has bend led 'hi ?|i?-*-(i??ii
I with great ?etteac) in order no! '-.. dis-1
I turb public oeoddence, and thers Is on
dOUbt "'?*' H Sill have ? ?good eflV? t ?
[There i? no excune now- f..i federal in-.
' tel fa! en??-, as the l??;>iii?-.-- 01 I In N?W I
: York tttork Rechange la coi.ted with ?
1 |n the con.in? m >>f this atate."
? ii. N. Mai in t?. >>f I'.iiu.-h Brotbei -
"We Ma)va every confidence ?;< tJovernoi
! \V. J. Vollmal?. of J s. i'?..? In t >'0
??*r?. ni? :mia.1 ii??- lagl paragraph el the ?
' aiovei nui 'a meassge, where It? advla a
I caution l?elera lbs sneeun**nt ?-t new]
lawa is <i>? ,""',, importan! ??" hla reeem- j
mendationa. Tins ahowa thai '?" biwa are
?likely t.? he passed hastily snd nithout
,?.,'. regard le lbs gi n? ml bua.?a of j
' the country."
! Th.- greater portion .?t W ill Bireel ? ;
fuaed to oommenl upon lha .??veinoi
If-Kl.-lathe re? i.miiieii.lauons. Amf.n? this
uumbei w?t*r? Btrarmra Broth rs *.- ? '<?.
N i. ?Carpenter *. CO., ?:. U i?a\ .v ?o,|
ln.k Brut??, ira, OoMraan, Ba? kg ? Co
Hallgarten *?? ?" ? i; ''' """"'? *^* '*'?
Kidder Peabodj ? ?'?.. lAdcnburg. Thal
Imann i <'"? r. H. tthoaJea .<? Co.. An
Igugl liclnionl *?? Co., Hornblowei A
WOtUt, Han m??.n d CO. and ?'? * ''?
it is ??id thai ??" ? ' nei ?"? ,?/-' ''?'?" ?
ready ?appointed a commltta te rtud) j
the \Naii Btrsel -dtuatlon raraiully, and
! it ig ptobabh thai ihls ' ?dj will awei
With th? committee BUggMted ti) the
Oevernlng Citaiunlttea ol ,:> Hock Kx
changg la the mai Kiture.
IN IR MEN'S il
! Deputies and Strikers Clash ir
Corporation's Wire Plant
at Rankin. Penn.
?WOMEN AMONG VICTIMS
i Hour's Battle with Revolvers
and Shotguns May Prove
Fatal to Several?Mob
?Pittsburgh, .Juli, 28. -Special deputlei
mu? si!i!,..is from iii?- Kankin plant ol
the Am? ri? an St? ?I ami Wire ?'?unpar.y
Is subaldtary ?>f the United States sta-.?
i ? ?n-poration, claahed to-night, one mai
ba tng lulled and twelve peraona in
, Jura ?i. ?some ??t' them fatallj
ah the wounded, except two sp?-? ?,?
I deputies and ?a poHccraen, ware specta
tora Sol a striker was injured, .s?? fai
as can I?-* hurm-'l. Aiiiong the Injun-r
sr< ?several women nn?i a aix?months
? ?hi child
Th? sp??. mi deputies and atrtkera mei
??n Hawkins avenue, one ??f the parlnci
; pal streets ?>f Hankin hairaniuh. whil
adjoins this ?it.?-. The special ??fli? .-t-s
[armed with revolv?ira and rtflaa and
Ihe Btrtkera, armed with revolvers and
stone?, i?:?11i< >i an hour. Th? rioting
and sh"i'!i'ig ended only when the spe?
cial m? n retreated arlthin ih?- fenca
??of the mill. The ?1* ?? ?1 man, Qeorgt1
Koxle?. was sha?t twi??- in tii?- Btomach.
Thl S(rik*TS. liuiilh.'rtlig .'."?V held a
mei-llng ?late t ? ? - ? *. > In a pui?ii? hall to
onslder the situation When they lefl
the hall il ejr posed for a newspapor
pla tun ?i ?i then, separating Into small
groupa ?va Iked down Hawkins avenue,
. vin?m the ?an? unir eighty ?-pedal
officers ?.f t.-- ?borough headed i?> Bur?
?.??-- .1. k,i..\ M tl ligan. ?>f Rankln, Bn*l
i ? '?ii? f .?i i'?.ii? Barnett, left th,? ? n-.
mill snd marebed toward Hawkins
Pee of Cosl Starts Battle.
'1 he t- ?? forces ma I and lonne?. A
?u ?i p.i ?se ?. the n? ;i" dlIvei
I yelling lustll) ?i? hi? mu? p ?Some ont
, pi? 1.? ?I ? plea ? of ?Tool ii??ui tli?? uai;??'
???.' i br? ? it in the ?r??-- d ??' strikrea.
i ? ling * i ? ? ? ir s i ? ' 11 ; ? -< i \? ni;
toi ? ? and bulk I - The deputla -
in ? i evernl \ oil? j m Ith their r? vol?
ver?, ?bul ?''i. ?staradll] forced back t?
tha mill W ni?in fifteen minutes tha
da puii?--.u? ?i from the mill .?? ?
? i mil ? i? ad ?1 ? iih buckshot. \\ |tl
.i??, nppearanee of tha deputia -
lha more ?~ati*pilnar~ of the two skir
.m i? ?i
The battle a ai promptl* r? na a ad
JAImoel ? ?? ery window facing Hawkins
.??. f??: three squaros wa- ?broker
:i?n?i ? ? \ ? r. ? ; iieraons In houses wen In?
Ijured The crash ??( tbe guna ?breaklni
j-ia?^ and s? r? .uns of men and wtsraet
Inl'Miai.il iha Btrikera Tba j ?i?s
P? ratal] ? i.ari*? ?1 the deputalea ami in?
1 lat?? r sgaln i? n? ated ?bahind the mill
walla taking with them the wounded
officers and Ihe Rankln rhlef of polkra
Withm .? ?lioii tun?- th.rlou -1'
Inlurod h "i ht ? n ?????m t?> hoanitali im
thi n horn? -. snd I h.i ough ?ba .?m?
?I .?? !
Strike for Waoe Increase Week Aqo
T ? sti ika it the plant ??: the Ama ri
Can St?-? I ami Wif ?'??nip.in? :-1 ? i I.-. i
, i? ss iban s week m?" The strikatra an
ma Inl) foreigner? employed as labora n
in the galvanising, shipping and feno*
wir? al? pu Un? n'? The) are paid at
the ?rate of ?'?' i en?ts sn hour, or $\ M a
da? of ten houra Thei ore ?aatnand?
ing :',?i cents an ?hour.
The inst .?uiin? ?ik'"? ? m i .??i last s.?i ? r
da) night, when strikers and pailcemei
..f Rankln plashed. Nm? ?persons wen
m i ?red a bib ksril of Uiem ? ? 11 ? ? - ? - ? --?
.Many shuts were :ii??i Sunday wa:
on i ?a u to ih? preaea.f Bherll
ljudd Bruff, ??r aT'-kIi'h County, iri!l
. a large fon s
POLICE TROUBLE HOBOES
Interfere and Delay Their New
Va ?? ? ubi?!.-. Jan -?. Batista ?I li? Ighl
? ?i?.! enforcement ??f ragraacy inu..
II? lb.? s.??lili??l M itataM ? ? ?ni.lu? .i t.. post
i one in.? nrsi -e- -, .n ..r ib?? ?anual na?
Uonal hobo ? onvi-nt.->??? ?achaduM for ???
' night fa.ii. ?? suthoritlam ??i Ml? ssippl
I Alabama, Arkansas ??ti.i uihet teorh}
I state? .??? Interrupting th? itinerary ??f
I n.an-? of n?? delegi '? s, s< ? ordlng ta?
! ?? !i? t ?? li I ?a. i-\ pi --I.I? III ??I In.. ? ' ',, .,'
' ? nsUiii? .i ?n.i Migrator) u orka rs ..r
i A i.??' i? ??
i ?Seventy*flve ??f ?the workers" .???? in
in. \?-u ? ?n??.?t.? House ??i ?Detention o"
I vagranc) cbarves, and Chief ??i Polios
l:? ??I l~ is aiiiioiih?? i thu i ? \ ?i ) map
! ?mi-1 ,ii? i must glv? a good account
.?m-.?,; m remain In pi lat?n until afta i
.\;..: II oras
j Jurm . i:... Ho? . of ?St Louli >..-..?p. ?i
"mllHonalre" hobo, and ?Pramldenl lia-.i
bav? mad? unau-x-a-ssful efforts i?. rent ??
ball i??i tha ? onventton, ?? hi? h t :? ? hops
?,,. , ..n?. n.- le morrow,
Stricken with Fatal Illness at
His Own Door.
Polii ? Ms Istrate Masses .i Harrli died
?.?i? ni?, ??o Monda) evening u? he sta ;?p.-i
into the entra?e? i<? hla home? ai No. ?'?in
:?i street Brooklyn, aftei Im iu-.i retutrneif
with his wife from s lb?n tre Dr. Ipencs.
who was called in. aid death wat ?..?se.I
bv ?acute indigestion. Magistrate Hunts
had been i suif? i? ? from stomach trouble
i??i ??virai m ?ni h?. Mayoi Oaynasr -?p
|,. ?11.1 ? .1 l:llll to tl:- b.-li? b lo till out lb?
unexpircd ierra ??f Hear) ,i (*ugkm*-, who
i\a? ? on* lcl??d ?>f !>rib?i.\ n MM Th?
following Aptii Hm Mauoi appointed bin
m .. full term At thai lima <?? lila ap
potntroent i?? had been In prectlM ? ?i ar?
li ,,f h century, and was tea*retary of
n?.? Brooklya ?Bar AsseciatkMi fat ?many
l. ..i a
Mr. Huiii- w.? inn in N?a v??ik lift
Ibraa- .??.ir.? .i|*". II?' was gl a?luat?-?l fraiin
Ihe <'a?il?-i;?- ?f tha ?n> <?l New V?-rk aim
from ths ?'olunil'iH Uiw S< hool, mi?! too'?.
up his praetlcs i" it???..kl*n. il?- w.-?- ?
,iu, < t??i ?ml n? ?Mu? i of ih?- Hebres
orphan Aaylum, h direct*? el tin ?Peder?
il ii ..f JewUh ' "barit"-** and "t the lew
i n \i?l So?i.t? He was ?, member mal
former president of th? L'nlti Club an?l s
m??.ii?. i a.f the Brooklyn ? lut. n.? l?av?s
a nil?- and IW? ?>>n?. Tn?- fun? ral will
l? , ;,| :ii Tempi? l'??'th Klohim. ISghth I
?vt-nue and ?niiel?! Pin?-.. t?? -mo rrow
morning ???' " ?'',|(" *. The Rav. l?r.
Xlexanil.T l^ent, the ?jabM. will "ttleiat?
isA? mu mm
WOULD COST MILLIONS
; Authorities Insist Department
of Weights and Measures
Should Be Retained.
I WANTED BY 'PLAIN PEOPLE'
j Clement J. Driscoll, at First Re?
fused a Hearing, Gives
the Governor Something
to Think About.
IB*. Tariatgrapll n. II.? Tribune. ]
' Albany, .iai? a. ? wiii 1.- urging that Um
m..i, ?i?* everything it can t?> attack the
high .?.?-i ..f living m the laterest of iba
plain people, fiovernor ?tutear bes com?
'mltted himself t.? a mIi.ih?- of '.-conom*.
and reform" which authoritlss In '^at
Imatter aa) would coal lbs consumera :.?
Ithe slate millions of dol?ais a ?.car if
Icarried out This la his contemplated
transfer >?f tha duties ??f the state Do
. pertinent ot IVetghta ami Meaaures, now
ander ?>r. grits Itetehaaaan, to s "<ierk
lend a Menographer** In the Dapartmeat of
The fJovernoris declaration thai he
I departmenl waa aa useful -a.*? a Aftb ?<-g
? to a iIok' h?is ralead a storm ell over tht
-t.it. it aeema the "plain people," wiiees
wlshea the ?Governor sirs ha alwaya re
si'.-riv i?. :?. v.- i?i. Kelchmaan's drrpert
meni stxnads between I hem ??n>i ahsrt
weight '?'i id 1.1 s. ?grocers, coal dealers and
other? igalns! wbom they othatrwlaa
would hevs no protection
Clemen! .1. Driscoll. former!) Commis?
alonar <>f Weights end Measures of New
York City, called on ihe ?governor to-day
t<? i?r.it? s? against th?- threatened aboUsh
; ment of tiiis department He ?al.i he told
! tin (Sovernoi tin* Inveetlgattng cemaalt?
tea which recommended it either ha?!
been grossi) deceived ot ?was working
1 f"t the int...*st- which had been atada
Ile deal Juatly wltb the public by Dr,
! Retch ma 1 n'a deportment,
1 ?mi?- written ?? letter t<> tlte Oovsr?
? 1 or." Bald Mi Ini-'-oil. in win? h I t-ild
i,,i.i i?:.?. i!.--?ii\ that there wera Unas
<i,?i corporattoM In tins eountr) which
would be so plsescd le saa tbla depart?
Jm bed thai ihe) ytooki stop at
' 1 ?thing ?<? bring II about 1 t?>iil him II
would ?.?st ti??* pubKi of the state mill?
? ?f dollara .? ? ''.-n In thefts bj Bttort
.. it provision d? ah ra 1 loM ?him Ih *e
wea n.? departmenl In the state which
iras doing euch -.1 work -?? cheaply."
?"Protest*. ??!'. coming in dall) le the
executive lumber, lbs committee of In*
reatlgatoi snd the ofhV?-? of Dr. Reich?
mann against the propoe? ?i ? tianga Ap
p m ntlj Ihe) a III <l" no ?<>od, if the ? a?
p->riencc Mr ?Dtrtacoll had to-dav ?j an)
lnili.-auon ??f IhS *t??t' "f mind ?! Iba
poarera thai be He wanted In got ??
hearing on Ihe matter before the ?;.?*.er
n??r :? Inveetlgatora Tbey told bhn lbs)
airead; had mads ?? report re<*o*nmend
l 1... transfer <.? ins rlapartnissit to
ti?.. ?Departmenl of Agriculture Ha aak?d
if i,- ...indi? I ?> t anj km?! of a l?eariin?
and wag told II ?as no um as th? thing
-.. . -. ?settled
1... 1 on a ai 1 ma i" go aa a*. 1 1*001
..ei, and " 11 the public thai I asked f?"
( h h? ...me ??ii tin* And you t..',.1 ?i?. the
i,.-i waa fon closedT Mi 1 '1 la ? U ? a?
??? 1,1. -.? ||, f )??-i ere soins t'i itlr m
tut aboul ii ' '.?.,f 1 be aasarei. In
effect m will a.i>> * ou end Reichmann
a ?ring ?exl \n sdneoda)
( Ti,. I ?. ?m. in?, nt of Weights and M?*.?.
Iurea ?hi? h auparrtaea lbs count) ?Mela -
1 ?.f ?weight* and measures, cbecka up their
??oik. aeta their (hstrumants ami gives
the official ami correct standards?) cool
i.? 1 1 ear .?.? >"-.?*??. This stat. was
tin first t" cstaMlsh suck a department,
and it ka? developed remarkabl] in efll'
. ii 1,. \ l!.s work was heK'ill ill lu?, Sin? ??
I then, owing to it-? excellent record, other
stiit.-. including N-w Jeraey, Maasachu
letta, Rhoda Island, V'errnont, Montana,
I Minn, -i'i 1, Pennsylvania and Nevada.
bave established limitai depertmentt
READY TO SEE COMMITTEE
Sulzcr Will Discuss Exchange
Legislation Any Time It Calls.
1 Ubeny, Jen St. -Governoi gulaei to?
j nlghl *.?i.i he would t??- ?glad to ma 1 ?
I committee of lbs governors >>f lbs Hoe
: fork st..? k (archange si an) Unas Ii de?
lirad t.11 "i? him. The Governor made
th. announcement afiei i??- had received
.? mcaaags ^??n.-i! bj .lames R. lieben,
president >.f rl?*- exchange, asking blm to
?designate ?. time when l-.e wr.ui.l receive
the rommlttee to discuss propoissd legis?
lation rtiT.-i mi?,- ?stock exchangee
Th?- Governor *.;n,i ne pun received
1 man-, telegrams congratulating him <.n
ina message t?> th. legislature on gtock
(?xehangt reforms, noms of tiiem from
promlnenl bankere snd merchants of Ken
Voik A few, he s;,i,i had ?protested
? .? ilne! it
The Incorporation ?>f sll Block exchanges
la Buggeetad In ?> MM Introducatd to-day
bj Assemblyman ?'miliiei Back Incor?
I' porated exchanges would be under tin
control of the Muperintendsni ..f Banking. 1
Qovernoi >ni si Is preparing i.iiis loi
I ?.?i 11 ?.in ins suggested reforms in ?stock
exchanges, 1 >?.t declined to-?!.-?> to bb) I
I whethei the) Included ?< proposal to in-j
. ?.i porate the sxebangea
TEN IN DANGER FROM DOG
Bacteriologist Says Animal
That Bit Children Had Rabies. :
in. Georgs B. ?fcLeughll**-. a hacteri
ologtal .?!..i :i member <?i Um sj;,ff of
Christ Hospital, Jcrsej City, who made
an examination of th. bead of tin- dog
liiat Ml mil. children and a woman in
Jerse) Cltj ?funda) reported yoeterda)
11..?i tin dog had ratios In n??- most a? ne ?
loi in Snd thai n was one of the worst,
.as.-- 'h.t bad ever coma io his notice.
o 1 .
NEW HAVEN REFUSES ROAD
Polity To Be Contraction, Not Ex?
New Haven. Jen. ??The report ia cob?
(it in?.I in 1 aili.I ?ii.-l-s Inn that linan
111.1 intersets ?recently ?>ff.i..i control of
tha [tangor ?* Aroeetook Reuread t.? the
Niv. Voik. \ew i-iav. n ? Hertford.
Th.- offer was refaand ?m ill?- ground. ?
II is reported, tliat heauiid projects to1
which It is fully committed and th.* de-1
velopment of th. Itutlaml ggaleaa. Ihe
New Haven's policy ?hereafter win 1?, con?!
traction rather than expansion and th? j
lmp**o**et*ae*al <>f ihe propartlaa it already I
ea as and ton trola,
Bang*** Me., inn '>.?Ths repon that!
the New Voik. New 1 lav r n A llartfm.i ;
Railroad bad keen sdtered the control of I
the Hanfior A Aioofitook Rallrggd ' as
?denied to-nuht by ?Percy it Todd. petal'
denl of tlie latter rr?ad.
?WINS BY" PE?; LOSES "BY VOICE
?Court Refuses to Reinstate Plumber who Defines "Re?
ceptacle" as Like a "Receptic" and Cannot
Remember What a "Sump" Is. ,
Hari> S? t'ai o? No. I??7 p'ast ?. I?"?tii sir,?? t
Is living proaf ?-?f the ue? aptaid theory
that in?)st in.-ii who aleid B facile ?peg
Ido nt?t n y presa their views ??) wei? aralli
i and that the extemporaneon?? hp?akei i?
' not always a Bterary sneesee.
Segi.l is a pltmiher and ?ba ?'??I well in
ths writUn examination bi-'oi?.- the Kx
Ientitling Baatd of Plumbers fo:- his eer*
! tlfli-atc of ?-ompeten?'}. litit ihei>- ?? r?
I seven othfi candidates wb?j did ata?atl)
i as ??Ml as Bar-gal: ni (act, in th?.' vaine lu.ii
?gtiagf. which caused tin- ;,.?ar?i Bo In? ',
I v.-sttxate. Ths result was th it they and !
' the ?'oin.nissioii. is of a??ouni??. n?ho t? ???i- ?
, pait in th.- iiiv.-stimatlon. l??-li? ?fed frau?!
I h?-??i h? ?n perpetrated 0} the > Ighl win's- ;
answers to tha- qoeatioos war? the sat:.?-. ?
it was aia?,i?i?-?i thai eithei .??.n?? one had I
I linpa-rsa?iiat?-?l Scaal or stee he bad a list :
I of ?the questions ??hud blra before Iks ?a? |
I aiuinatioii Th?- ? f-i titu- st granted to.
I ffdgal was iwoked. Ha- aptili ?! to ?Ir
I suprenia- ?Court for a writ ?; maadamusl
? ?it? > ? tiiii- the Examining Board of ?Plumb? I
ers to return 11m ????ititkat ? tu bisa, ?ii.?-!
tice Hendrick y<t?sterday dentatd tn?* sp
s??nai was callad ??i? w ii'-n ti?e board I
tirnt be?.'alil?- ?SUSPlciOUS to repeal ?rally ?J
some of the things ne wrote !fl hi* rti'"f
? ta mina thin First he was (-aked atnr.it
certain words that appeared on his ex?
amination paper. RlaiBStflT appeaiid ss
' Dlanietai" in the original ?-xatiii nation,
and on the -?ral tiy Si-pal sp. lied It
' Ueantete" Friction, wliich h.- got right,
the rtrst time, appeared the st-cond time
a.? "l-*ri?-kseii. " a "ii dilation he spelled
"? '?i koelsen."
Segal explained that his answers to
questiajiiH were based on his ' ??adll?|* "hooks
on the, subject. An examiner of the K\
?mlning Board of ?Pliuabars :?)?>ke-j ov?..
Hm hooks, biu could find nclli-aig 'that
lelate.l t.j the subject o;i which Segrl
Here an some of the 4?-iticns put to
Segal by the t'oininissioners ot" Accourts
ami his answers:
What is the action of s suction
"It is known a.? a pump that takes
water from the cellar to th-.- top floor.
"What is a receptacle'."'
"II is like a rei.-eptic"
What doet, impedes mean'.'"
"Imped?-.?? is a thing like-I ?sn't re?
"What ?s a jump?"
"I don't reinemUei."
?SHOE AS PARDON CHECK
Banker Alleged To Be Working
Against Fellow Convict.
ai??gander ?*? Mayper, who is working
for th. |,ariloii of .John I '.??? :.m.? '. n??w
serving -i ufe lerna In Blag Blng, Bald o-s
t? idaj that as h,ni written tai Oovernev
Bulser asking him to re? onslder the d> ?
? ision of ? a? JtiV'-rnor I?i\. one of whose
last acts as state executive was to deny
Uoehman's application for rrlra??* Boeh?
in.m was aTonvlcted of killing two m<-ii In
Mr. Mayper s;?hi h>- expect<*Ml ?soma so
nun would i??- taken bj tin. Ckyvurnot
Shortly In his letter to the <;ovi?iiior Mr.
May parr made mention of th? allegation
that William It Montgomery, the Hamil?
ton u.mk ioot?r. had us?-d lus Influen?a
ta? keep Boehman from getting a par?i?>n.
Boeh man is s.u?) t?i have Incurred Mont
gOmery's enmity for refusing to give him
a ? ?rtaiii kind of shoe. Boehman tobl
Mosatgomeri be couldn't grant his requarat,
BS it waiul.l ba? a violation of the ?prison
?rules, But Montgomery, it is said, r?-'
mem he red this, and Bccording to Albert
T ?Patrick, who was r??-?-iitlv- pardoned.
i.a-.te.i he would gii ? kVAAt to keep K??eh-,
m; n in ?prison
AUTO FUGITIVE COMES BACK
Harold Binney, Who Forfeited
$500 Bail, to Surrender.
Harold Binney. a law-er. of No. I lie*
tor street ami No. b.T Kjst :>.?th utTOft,
Bppearatd before Magistrate Kern'-chan in
the Jatffersoa Merkel pallos s?urt yasbtae?
day afternoon, for the drat time sine.
the police set to work to find him. fol?
lowing ?bis failure or. January 21 to appear
iv?! a hearing on fl charge of icckle-???l'
opsiatliaj his automobile, and when his
bail bend of *,'*/) was forf. iteal.
Binney requested the magistrat?- to re?
open his Cgae. in airder that he might re?
cover his bond, but the magistrate ex?
plained that before anything further
COUM be ?lone Binney would have to sur
render to Patrolman cieary, who ?ugh?
iii?? original arrest Att?-r s consultation,
in which Deputv Assistant Dlsttiet At?
torney Dickinson joined, it was de^id'd
to .-all Patrolman ?'!?ary to court to-da.v.
at which time. Binney .?a?, be will o?
ready to BUITBOdsr.
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To-Night at 8:15
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The Conor-Wood Collection
Old and Modern Paintings
This A'ternoon at 2:30
Cene uding Session of
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To-marrow (Tlurs), Friday & Sat. Ai'cr'ns at 2:30
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