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IN OP PME GATHER
IN OUR UT? HALL
Mayor Welcomes Those Who
Plan to Celebrate Signing
of Treaty of Ghent.
LORD WEARDALE REPLIES
Depew at Pilgrims' Luncheon
Attributes Success of 1814
Negotiations to Absence of
Cables and Reporters.
The ?Jelegstes to Hi** international con?
ference on th?* prncraninif for th?* cen
tfnarv t. -f the Treaty of Oben!
he'd th" r III * ,; rstst? rday
afternoon al th" I'laza. Preliminary or?
ganization on wa- i "nst.lcred anil the
? oui th?* work shead
?ill BfObBbl) 1'?- l<rft until after th.? ar?
rival toeeol ??'? - In Near York ami Wash?
ln the ? i visiting KnKMsh. rtcl
f'.Hii. Csaadi ? A -nah.m ?i
,erf r?- ' Ihe ('ity Hail by the
Amerir:,I - of the conf?rence, ami
8t noon the Pilgrims entertain?-?! the dele?
gates at a luncheon at the \\'a!.1.?if
The first me.tin; ?>f the delegates had
heen seB**iult**d 10 lake place In the hls
. "-?m of the i 11>- Hall,
tut after a formal opening of the Cath?
erin* in that room 11 was found tbe
crowd was too large to he a?ccominodated
there and the meeting was transferred to
ihe fount -;; i 'hamber.
Msjroi Qsynor welcomed the delegate*
to the dty snd commended their -
? m one of the highest educational value,
not onl> ' Britain and the United
States, hut t.. all the world.
Mayor Has Peace Theory.
i Bats* 11 HI to the long peace on the four
thousand mllM Of border between the
l'nlted .*-? ' ' the M I
It was undoubtedly due in large part to
the ?been? ? I ?.?a- boats OB the ??,-.,:
Lake?-, i suggested the powerful
Lifluen-? " ment as a promoter of
In secordsnee with th? procramme.
.t th?*n Introduced AMerraaa C
Pe Bruynt-, of the Muni? Inallty of ?.hent.
a> the presiding officer of the opening
BBStlgg '????? and Ix>rd
Weardai--. ' ?Jelegates from
Great Britali I ppeaker t?> respond
t?* th*- i welcome.
i/trd Weardale like the Mayor, extolled
the idea of ??? Or? | Lakes frontier ua?
(.aire):..: - veaOt I SI a pr.tent in
? ? II. had visited N?w
fork at.'.ut forty-five years ago. h<- ?.&.1 .
ttt the I - couth of the ?it?, irr.
im as an indication of the growth
o? the ?i. le country.
The leader of th'? Riitish d?l?gation
?poke ?.f the Mayor's reference to the
Alabama arbitral Ich he said had
l*?r: perhai I ? I tei I I
Base's rematk. when th? greal Knglish
?Sisman said of it "**?"?. matter what
the verdict was. no matter what ?M
-i may have been, it ts ns ?lust
compared ?1th the innumerable advan?
tages that bars flowed from the settle?
rrirt of tha? treat dispute "
Utos H r.'ker. ?halrman of the Am"r
miftn e-atni ? derman c i><* B
vf Gher.t. snd Sir Bdmuad Walker, C \
0.. the chief of the ?'anadian delegation,
irade hripf addreesea, and at the announce?
Jol - \ St? wart, chairman of
th? honorarv committee, r?carding the
t* attend ti ? Pilgrims' lunch?son.
Depew Harks Back.
Farmer Se-,tor ?'haunce?. M. DepttW, ?a
toastmaster at the Pilgrims' luncheon.
?aid one sf ?? I 01 trll Itlns causen t?> the
rucceas of the nesotlstloas at Qhenl m
'111 ?as th? '. -1 that there wars no
*ablfg an,i .,, r^-ipo-lar***." Ab a result, he
?*'i. at Um 'Jinner of th<* British and
American esmn treaty
*?? signed there was the utmost freedom
?'f express <?f compliments
eichangwi -.?.%.en the repr?sent?t! ?
th? two o
H? intr'.'i ? ed Mayor Gayaos as o;ie
???WBI I pie of New York what
Haroun-al- f.a?. | ., w.v to Ragdad. what
"Wttlngtr,.! aeoM to London an) what
""?nkiin. with his aphorisms t?. i
?as to ear'v Ami
Th? Mayer tolA hs had no wish to add
10 hi? retnurk.? at the morning meeting In
th* r,t>' H il. bul ro d say thai the
F??4 Hohlem iboul ??ontlnutng psaos Is
?h* world (v- . down practically ts the
gestion of li rldus - lie thought the
'??'I'Jen-'e of auch so? et es as the Pi
r^rna ?,nd the Influence Of men ?.?? ho be
HV?e?i in the tl ngi that society stood for
net go far toward restraining "even a
*?*"l!k<? Presiden! ? Washington or
???'Ilk* frt-,. m nister In London '
^'?Ptain Sir Arthur Lawley, of the nrlt
** ?-legation declared it was unthlnk?
?* that SB) - ? ?on should arise which
tH',<l not be settled aa?cahly by our
?t?t*i?reii in -.' v ,,Kt,,n ;illf\ London
^"K-lmund Walker, the Canadian r?i
^"tltUe. Introduced by Mr Depew si
r*pr**er.t;,t:v.. "' ,h*' rccjj,, oclty which
*? lf<?.?)0o American farmer? a year ???
??Pbulldlng .. rsnsds an?) R00.<KM,OM
f T**r of i snadlan rnoney la sachante
American goods, laid emphasis on Hie
rt that r?ciprocitv of that kind was
* 9t the atro!lL.,.m factor? In the long
?*-*ing pea.?* on the bordar botar-sen
?"??a and the mited Staffs
i 25*"' ''"'*',un K'"' ?'o:'i ,,,pn
^Wsaonerfoi \ istrniia. unoonscleusl)
PWed the f. t re of newspaper crlti
, ' *nlrh the x?w Vork*rs present bad
'l,|o?t ahout when Mayor Oaynor ended
' remarks without reference to ' "
<lr?? Tt "I;' ' ' ' trom Sir Oeorge's a?l
Jjr that some American newspapers
trad. t'.;, . ..t;,i(p 0f announcing hi??
*h aboit ;, month ago. and the Aus
"T"*?? apologized profusely and goo?l
fedlv for "..ikin? bis apf.earani-e
*> the publication of s?i?-h eulogieUc
J^ Man?? for the celel ration Of tbe
****ry of peace Include the erection
%h*n ?'ch at Ri.ises l'oint. N Y .
^t, on ?September 11, mil. was fought
- "Sttle which virtually ended the war
?Itk d>IN Commodore Macdonough
c?n *'*ht '"""'' Rt?tes frigates ?net
^??odore George Downle, of the Royal
fc^'h0" Uk" rh*lmi,,???n- At ,?l'!,?** the
B "h ?hipa were lying shattered 1n the
fc.;t ?.??'*? romm?nder. with many of
tilo. Wa" t,,Jr',',l ??de by side with
?no *r?h Wl" !','a" U"* highway which
lft? * *?"*?*)? constructed between Quebec
j^^lsmi by the Quebec-Miami Inter
mta~u\u Hl,n**ay Association, snd by
l*'l that ?.art of the r??ad winch li<-e I
PEACE DELEGATES IN PRONT OF THE CITY HALL.
Mayor Gtynor in the centre of the front TOW.
'??u..r. Waehlngl ??? ai i Montreal wl
? t< .i
PROTEST FROmIrIN'S SON!
They Profess to Fear Anglo
! Prom Th*? Tribu?
Waahington Ma: ?"? The Irish rote I
-? ? H luae la lining up in adrai
a pin? ; ? . ? opiiatlon for th? p? a?
jubilee" to commemorate the one huti
niveraar) of the t?? at)
?".hint. No billa have >*et lern Introduce
t?i provide for ihta government s partie
pation, hut certain membera are prepare
to hit any bill over the head when i
?hall mak?> its a pi eai
Repreaentative Gallagher, ??f iilmoli
rea l to-day of the vi-dt ??f the Britta
delegatea to plan for th?- celebration o
one hundred years of peace with Eng
land." H?- thereupon volcad ?his protea
f of himaelf an?i a number of hi
fount: ) in? ?,
"Thla ?ho.?- ?cheme seems to he
rent att? mpl to pave the wa i ? ??
an Anglo-Amci can alliance, which woul
be in i lion of oui poli? y, tir.?
gtOfl, tu av..I'
entangling alllancea it will not be
but might Involve thla countr) In Eng
i larrel a I > ? lei man) and wouli
"I1? 'i the ? ?:? (??! Inter? ata ?hat at?
Ther? haa be? i of peaci
?'?'??? Eng : and the Unite '?
but not on? i. ti r? I eara ol
tta- pai I ol En? lai ?i I? ?? ?
ah? is engaaed In conteatlng th -
? shipping througl
the Panama ' 'anal
Repreaentativ? - R. Illy, of
and Hamlll, of Ne?? Jersey, were nol it
aympath) with the Jubilee plana, an?
aeveral <>tn?? membera appear tq
Ing an opportunity for ?dverae actloi
? i of ? ?i*? i louse a ho b? m i rial
namea ar<? und* rsto.ni to ? ? i ?
many protesta from sons ol Erin
DUDLEY FALLS INTO TRAF
Counsel in Jersey Divorce Cast
Edward Dudle) I ? wealthy lawyei toi
clubman of Cam-den an?) Philadelphia
waa neatly trapped end forred ??? admit
be had nol told the truth at the hearim
\\i-t- Chancellor Stevenson at 1er
s< y City yesterda) In the eoiinteraulta oi
Dudley and I is wife, Marie '\i ilock Dud
!<?>?. for dlvon e,
Martin Conbo) of counael for the wife,
ask??i Dudley where Mrs Elisabeth Bat?
telle Vanderpool, n?rti???i aa rorespondeni
by the wife, waa ?ivinc Dudley icpi!e?i
he ha?i no knowledge of ihr whereabouti
of \trs. Vanderpool,
"I>'?n't you know ahe is staying at the
Hotel itenton, In Washington?" ;?sk- ?l
the attortM y
"I do not ?
"la it Dot tr a ? tat you ?rtalted her there
Conboy I <n. t']rn)n,7 to h:s BSOO? at?
La?*r**w Carpenter, said: "Bring in the
i i.-ik of th? Hotol ?tent?n."
Dudley Immediately recanted, admitted
that ho ha?i vtattad hor at tii<? hotel and
spent several hours with bor. He waa
then permitted to .?-iff? down.
Prior to subjecting Dudley t?> ?his sur
prlae Conboy aaked tna? i r??'ring com
missioner i?? appointe?) t?> take the arti
davits of Oeorgc Bhafer, the Dudley
chauffeur, who ii?-?i to California aftei
having been served with a summons ,-in?l
was brought back, to disappear In New
York. Mrs .Jennie Pord, a <-eairi.-tr??ss for
Mrs. Vanderpool; Mr? McNamara, ?
friend <>f Mrs V m?l< t j ?>ol. and a Mr.
.Stewart. Who was a ? I? i k at the Hotel
Vice-Chancellor Stevenson said that aa
procoadlnga in contempt were pending
against Mr. Dudley h diligent effort
should i?<- made to procure th*> evidence.
John Purroy Mitchel Says It's
for Good Government.
John PUT I Of Mitchel, President Of the
Board of Aid armen, told an atxlleo4*e of
men an?l women at the W Assembly Dis
tri?t Progressive Club, in \vr-t i.v.uti
ia t evening, that Progreaelves
wer?? ib' keonoal j?rs'?rts he know when i?
iof.es to takln? an Interest in goo?i gov?
ernment. I'e in? ntloneil the failure of the
Legislature to pass Qovemor Buiser*a dl
rect primatv MB, and predicted the Pro?
greaarivea would make the Legislature "si?
up ;,n?i ?ak< notice" when it assembled
Por the rest, Mr. Mitehel ?aik??i about
perl development an?i other matter.? of
good gun m winenl which be -aid the pro?
?resell SS would have to settle? at the next
Ma . ' rally ??I? ctlon.
fronet* W, n?r.i, chairman <?i Hk? I'ro
ginaslve County Committee, who has been
a???ise.| ?,f plcklna Mr Mitchel foi Pi*o?
greaatve mayoralty candidate without
Colonel Roosevelt's imnsent, attacked Wlii
l.-iiii Harnes for offering to help Governor
Bulser pass a direct primary hill that
would continue the state convention.
Mi- said Republican rotes helped to de?
feat the Bulser primary bill, while the
Progressives, ai<l??i by a few progressiv?
Democrats and Republican?, steadfast!)
supported it Mr Barnes ami the Reoub
li'-an party, Mi. Bird h ; ? i ? I ai?? eagsr ' '
aiiv'iian direct prlmarlea when then? a?i
\?ii a?y will ii? ?i result in the pa.-sa.k-? of a
dirci l primar- hh!.
Leaders of Progressive Element
Plan Conference in ChicagD
to Discuss Subject.
CONSERVATIVES HOLD OFF
Extreme Progressives Also Be?
lieve the Time Is Not Yet
Ripe for Calling a Na?
? I- r. .
v\ ai ? ? Ma :. p|a
f. r? i ? ?? of i rogri astve !:? :
to t;,ii.. up the qui atlon of the reorganise?
of the Repu n pan
lured lo i . ?, extent I , ? ?
probable the meettni
? aro. boginnlni im Monday
.-? ? .-??or ? 'ummlii?. ??
proposing that nal ? ? ?n he
? all. ?I t?i ? oi ?,?!? r reforma In ti ?
machinery, especia to lea a '?'
the latter part ol
and Cran ford, who
/,. more or less wit th? ronf ??
Ides, o,a\ lake part In th- conference
i.? ad? ' - fi "in the Mid Wt.
??ho lave follow, d lhC COUrS? ?napped ,. i?
bj Qovemoi iia.iie?. win probabl) lend
ii.? I? support
The ? onfe ence | rll not rm el
' the appro? ai of tie rn? r? ? ? ?
Republican leaden 01 of fenator i.? l"i
lette and the moi? ? ??.? ?
???.... i ,..
foi tne r?organisai on of 1
party The dlfferen? a ol
?)" ?hi??? . I? m.-'it?. of Ihe ? ? be? n
an obsta? le to an- a? lion .?? pr? ??? nt It
i- the punt?se of th? R lean pi I
???.??. ?rho have not sravered n h< '
herrnc? ??? part prlrn pY
i eonf? r? nee, t.. fon - ? ?. ?
lu? tant t.. take ihe ??? p t?. fall In h-?e
with th? m at ?I * ippoi I .? rn?\. m< I i '
nal onal conve? i ? ? ? t ? the ? i mol
anoth? r csmpslgn
Only Partial Reprerentation.
Kr.,m lli!. p?.lnt <?f \iew th.- ' 1
me, tins, if it i? held, ?m represent only
a par? of the Republican party, and
whether the support of the leadei ?>f the
other elementa run n<? won i? ? debatable
question. At a:i ?vente, it is regarded ?
worth while by those who are taking lb?
Initiative In the matt.? t<? bring it t
attention of the Republican electorate if
Republican sentiment, which has i.
aroused b) the Demoeratk tariff revision,
?an be directed t?? th<? problem <?f prepai
Ing th?? era* f??r the coming ?*am"MJgn it
is believed a way will be found without
difficulty ??> eliminate defects and pul the
psrt] machinery In smooth working
Belief that lenator La Pollette will not
aupport the proposed conference la based
largely on tin? supposition that he will
a ?rn in he a candidate, and that he la con
tent with the pt*cspocl that the party, In
seeking for ? leadei progressive ?i.gh
to i?ff:???t ?he claims ?if Hi?? Dem?crata and
Rooseveltitee, win choose him Benatot
Cummins will coim up fw re-election
n?-xt fear, and it w??ui?i undoubtedly be Is
hi? Interest t<? have tii?? Rspubllcan part:
reori-anizeii t<> present a progressive front
to the voters of his state.
The eonoervattve element In ?he Ra
publkan part** holds that it la better to
awai? the result of Ihe tariff revision,
which ma) ?>e expected to arouse Rs*
publican interest an?) pave the way for
patty reorganization If the situation is
i.?ft to itself gad the Dem?crata, they
believe the question of reorgontsatlon
will answer Itself.
Think Fuel Is Ready.
Pi ?agressive Republicans whs believe
thai more -?.?ill be lost than can be gained
by such delay think enough baa been deele
by the Democrats to stimulate Republican
activity and that sufDclent fuel hai been
provided by the Wii?-nn-rn?i? i wood tariff
hin in the way ??f discontent and die
Hatis?ai'li ni to start the lit?' at OltCC ami ?
keep ?t burning up to the itesl ejecAloai
it is not Improbable thai Ihe conference
Will denounce the free trad?- features of
th?? Democratic bill and its prababte <n
MtrOUS SffOCi on the hert siiKar an?l nlhi i
in?lu*trle? and ?all the attention ??f manu
factorers, mborera and farmers t?> the
predlcamenl In which they wW be placed
win n it beeonsaa ? law.
TREES TO SCREEN "L" TRACKS.
To BhUl off the view ?if the StSVated
railroad tracks that skirt the eastern
nu-, of Battery Pnri man? trees are be?
ing s? t out by order of 1'ark ?'?unmis
?doner Stover. The planting In pail of p.\
m hem? IS beautify Hattet \ Park. whieh I
will eventually he the site of a greater!
HILLES HEARS LEADERS
Estabrook and Barnes His
Guests at Get - Together
Union League Luncheon.
f'harli 1). Hilles, rhsirmai I I ? Re?
putill ? ' mitt* id i
? .1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ..
: ? ? -,, ? \\ |
n,m Barn? r., and oth?n
? ? . , ? |
? . erabl? engtl he fui
thai i -? '???..?! national ? onv? n?
? , ; ? ,,.... dei ??
. on. ? ? ? tant it BOWS length
?a iy li not h?
? . . ? ?
?m than :
thai i-? fore
r represents ? i
.i ? |
? work "'i n- ai
. ?? ? ? -I.1II
? ? ?
The in ? .
?? Wt ngton
w? r? Hi.n th.? itr? ngth of the
i rogi ty had ?t? sdll
? '(he Rep ?
met Ro evelt had
snd 11 'i othei wer?
? ' '. ;
? ? - ??? - f th? ?..;??
helfe*. ? thai Ihe l ?? mo? ratlc part] In
? lining the future Isues of ths
Repilbll? m part) ? '?!.?
IhS alt: |f |he It.-pull! SI
I I.. I... ., !.. .....
?n i late some poult I ? .. i and fight foi
ib. m. rath?
..' opi ?? lion
-? . ngi to thai "f
i i? ' ommllti. from time lo l
FATHER WOULD ARREST
GIRL FORSAKING FAITH
Kosher Butcher Seeks War?
rant for Daughter Now in
Aetlng on ths suggestion <>f Magistrate
M< ? - I ?iikoiowitz, ,, kosher
butcher, of \.. jaii Bergen Mr.. t. Brook
I) n. will si pi) to daj for ? warrant for
his daught? ?. R? In i es slit* n years old,
after ?she h."i i.n sahen the
i' ? h faith and lotned ths John Wesley
p. ni. rnMiii rhurch Baratocs avenue .md
sumpt. ? street The warrant win he
a ki 'i i.n the technical ground ??f la?
? . Mllty.
The assistant pastor snd rift- members
??r the church were In the ?Vdatrns streel
police .?.?ut \. terda) afternoon for s
?-. ? r. t h?earlng by Magistrate Nash The
fathei said n-. pastoi and some members
of bis Hoch were respoaMble f"t hei dls
a| I" aran. |
Mi M rsnkotOWttS lift home OB April in
Her father told Depaty Commissioner
Dougherty, who ?Assigned Detective Up
man M"S?s I" Investigate He learned
thai she bad been intimately associate
with the two daughters of Charlss H. "s
I.I, of N" UN Pulton street, and thai
?he bad i.??come s in? mber <>f the .lohn
Mr <? ?.1 admit?...) ..n th.- ?fand th.-il
Mi.-s Rebeccs had Joined n,.- church and
thai she had beea on intimai? terms with
hi- iw.? ?Jaughteca, M<> said thai she had
. orne t?? his house on April is and told blm
thai she was about to Naurs home. n,.
tried lo dlssusde her from carrying oui
the plat?, hut She lltsist.<l He said Ibat
tu- had n??t seen her since that Urns This
it. v .i C Bearse, the assistant pastor,
said thai h<- Bral ssw the girl al Sunday
school snd thai she aftonrard sttended
v eekda) i si rice* Hs went an
? II was at um' ??l thsSB iii?'tlng.- that
Hh?-. With I??? ST I'll'-'' others, cam.- f.?r
?\.,!*1 ami ai.-.-pteil the faith. I wa.s talk?
ing with a Begro woman at the time ami
the pastor had charge <?f the opposite ?-nd
nf thS i""iu If sd? talk?-?! with anv ..n.
it aras with him. Hs Is n??w in ths loath
"Ws are in this ihiirch to SBVS souls,
rergardlass <?f raea crsad or c-ondltlon, and
if (MOpIS want ?" ???me In und gSOCsSB
faith in ''tirlsi w<- make no attempt in
?top ih. tn So It was with this girl. lbs
?rams la Of her own tree will Htvi her con
wrslon followed. A OOUttt ?if Sumlavs
?Ago II?'- girl ?am?' lo BM and a.-ki d for a
1,-w in""" ids ? ?un. rsatloii. Sue ?aid
thai h.t ?parents had boi talus bet en
trance Into the ChrlstlaB religion kindly
and wanted' my Bdvk*s as to what t?. do,
, ,,,|,| her i" remain al bom?-. bearlnB
Whal hardships we? tmp?*>**'l *JPOB hei
,,, ;t true ?bn-tlan spirit TI?- I?I?h that
?,. U-..I Undue ?man- ?if p.rsuasloii l.
altog? tin i without foundation.
PROTEST INCOME W
Policyholders Will Surfer. Say
HULL CALLED PREJUDICED
Father of Bill Gives "Amazing
Exhibition of Ignorance," D.
P. Kingsley Declares.
ii..?.?s ,.' it,,, big mutual life insurance
companies predicted l'estsrday fiat their
?ne? to suff. r If
Hi.? Income tax la applied to -i?t profita"
vf the companlea The premiums, they
.:'!? n ntly "loaded
m? et tai ncome tax is
? i.? ?i o ;t .f the ?iivi
... to | ., , relied
i rts t?> ; |< . ,i.\ ideada '
The I as "un?
the ' ?? '.if.- \?
? ?? mutual com*
panl? a ?n:. aak? d R< pi ? ??? ntatl* a Mull, >?f
1 ommlttes, to
'square the Mil with his <?r:--in.U inten
liona," w !)!? i? ? mpl them from
The Ti luotea Mr. Hull this
moi a saying. 'I can Bad no tn.-ory.
? ? ? '. und? r a I th.? t..? t. I.? win? h th.?
poli? > hold? i.? m th.? least ai?
led if it :. not the Intention to affa I
' ftom taxation members <?f ?h.npaniea
???i the mutual i?
v ? no* .?t.m?u. :t would ? oet
i the i era of this so< ?? tj nul ?ess
' than $1j0 -??. and ?*oi .', th?
? Ich the lull ? on
...i i... inti ' pr?t? ?i adv? reeiy t?>
1 Da ild ha thought he had nee-,
a" Il ? t Pi th.? p.,!. >. hold? I'?
? he tt,utu,il ? ??un nu? s, and h.? could
not t? cali re? nlslead ng, ' aa
Krank 1, ? general ?.?,,, ,,f th?
Mut :.tl I, '? s i I the . ^ U . MTYS*
? amounted t?? H i ? ? cent of th? total as
ind aft? adding t??
? mounts t? -i 11 ? i ad ?<> ?ne, t
th? Mii..i ii.i? onl) .' p.u
... : total asael eft aa ? ontln?
amounting, ac< .hum.?- ???
il -tat. m.?pi. t., * . .?-Vi...
III.' ? W , Ml Allen .) d. W.I
permit the com pan) to carrj ? contin
er cent of the legal
rve, o I ? ??-. t" prot? ? t poll? ;* ?
holdeis from ??? nary d? ath rate
or unusual ahrinhage in the values ??f
th.- rompan]'s ai
"Representative Hull'a atatement that
each ..?'?!stlon of pollcyhotdeia dies
without having i.Ived it* share ??f the
< Inaccurate," Mr. Allen said, "if
mutual savings hanks, building loan as*
t .m . .,? .i ; i it.-t nal benefit mx loties
exempted under the Income tas law,
eertalnl) life Insurance companlea doing
bualn? undei the mutual plan are equal?
\\ entitled to exemption. Buch companies
go not do businen for a profit or gain.
Th. membera, ?r policyholders, an? elm
ply themaeivea contributing to a fund t??
pay thi ' "??????**?"
Dai win l' Klngsley, presldenl ??f tha
Non "fork Ufa Insurance Company, said
Representative Hull had dinted at liiei-.'i
m inlpulatlons on the part of the man?
ag? i s ??i the compat leo,
' If his allegaUona are true th. malf? i
ihouid be referred to tin? District Attor*
, .- ' lu? BSld. If ?h?' gresl mass of
people now Insured in thee? ompanlee
tare being denied their rights ?lay by <i?'
it would be .? propei suhlet*! f??r legis?
lativ? Investigation Hut what sort ?>f
statesmanship la it which attempts to
justlf) a t.?\ because these conditions are
.in,we.i t.. sxbstT Th?' Isct i?- Mr. Huir?
riewi are an amusing exhibition <?t Ikhu
rancg ami provincial prejudice "
SEEKS TO STOPPER SUITS
Former Wife of Hungarian
Whip Appeals to Court.
Mrs Prances Batonyl, daughter of the
late I'rank \\"ik, moved In the .Supreme
CoUli .\?str<la\ f??r permis? Ion to ?llsi'on
Unue tin?.? suits ?hat she broughl a-cainst
a i.i Batonyl? the Hungarian whip whom
?he divorced. The suits are for moneys
w in? h Mrs. Batonyl ctalmsd as ?ine her
from her former hushan?!. In each in?
stan." Batonjrl Bled a ???unter claim, an?!
the law provides 'hat whet?, a counter
claim hi- been Ued to a suit the consent
of tin? defendant must he ohtained before
the original action ?-an he discontinued
justice Pend le ton adjourned the proceed*
iuk t?? May -?>
In on?' of the suits Itat'inyl has put In
a counter dalm tot in.??-?, in another
action Mis Batonyl alleged the whipdi?
posed of inns?- aha had turned ??ver to
him for keeping. For this she ask??i
Sin,?".*?. Batonyl has ?.navM-ied that th?
horses were his owe property.
The third Suit was for ?1.:?"?>, whhh .Mrs.
Batonyl alleged aha .?p'-nt on her hus
band The defondaal said his former wtfs
uwed him HT.?*"? on thla t? ?inaction.
1910 and Now
II In 1910 you had purchased
almost any one of a selected '1st
o? gilt-edged stocks or bonds and
wished to realize on your invest?
irent to-day, you would have to
suffer a material loss.
On the other hand, had you
bought a guaranteed mort-ja^e
?coming due this year, you would
be certain to get your money
back without losing a dollar of
principal or Interest.
So investor has ever lost a dollar
Capital 5 Surplus, J?i),000,000
176 C'way. N. Y. 173 Bcmsen St.. B'klyn.
150 fnlton St.. Jsmnlca.
???j?,. . ? n ? ?i?? i m in I mi ii gair??TM
TWELVE JOHNSON JURYMEN
Picked by Government, but Not
Yet Accepted by Defence.
?hi? ago. Ma) ' Twelvs lurymsn to try
"Jack" Johnson, the negro pugilist, na a
charge of listing ths Mann "white
slave" a?'t. ha I been selected by the g?,v
? rnment when the Mi5>t day of the trial
ended to-night. \?>n.* <?f the panel na?l
i.?en accept, d b) in- defence Johnsen is
charged with hat ng transpo ted Bells
S.I;,. ? ,?i f;.. . : ?-'? '"
Immoral purpose* in P10
Counsel f ?r Johnson, it i?? said, will
seek t?> bar from the Jury those who ad?
mit having COnvlCtloni against th?' mar?
riage of white WOflSea to negro, s
I.u. lie Cameron Johnson, the fighter's
??e.iind white wife, did not appear In court,
and II was faifl counsel for .Johnson
would keep her away unless she ?wars'
?al'eij Upon to testify.
There sra fort) five cdunts in ths true
Indlctm-Hits sgstnsl Johnson tin maxi?
mum penalty ? .I. .tiv.lv being forty-five
?ears m tb.> penitentiary or a fine of
$-Vt,n?Vi or hot n.
'HUMANE WARDEN' RETIRES
Major McClaughry Put Leaven
worth on Honor System.
I.cnv. 1-u >Mh. Kan, Mai I MaJ?.r Roh?
eit ,Vil-?>n Mci'lauuln; . f,? fourteen
years warden of the federal penlfnilai y
here, petti hli r. si -.-nation t<? the I'epart
ment of Jiistl??' lit dar Tb" wardfti.
who Is sever it) -four y.ais old, said BS
thought he ?'had hSSfl on the Job long
McClanghr) is utki to be one of the
best Inf.irmed neu m (h,. country on
piisofi affairs, lie servad fourteen (rears
.?s warden In ths Illinois prison at J?shBl
BBd lat.r was In tut r -, superintend, tit <>i'
the Industrial Reformatory at Hunting?
don. Penn., superlntendeal eC the Chlcsgs
Poll-PS I ?? pa'tmeiit. and >*uperlnlen?W-nt of
the Illinois State Reformat')! y at Pon
Known as the "humane ?".arden." Ml
Claughry's a'lvice Is his suNirdlnatr*
was "tr. at a pilson-r like ft man ar.l
mike a man "f him ' l'n?ler th.se meth?
od- prisoners wars pal upon their bsaof
Authorities ?ho have visite?) Leavenworth
bass ratted it "the perfeetl** ttactpHa-td
TO HEAR STILWELL CASE
G. H. Kendall, Senator's Ac?
cuser, First Before Grand Jury.
.Justice Bsabory's grand jtir?. will take
up the ehsrsjss of bribery against I
?snator Itephra J. Itllaretl to-morrow.
??eorge II. Kenilall, preSBBSal ,,f the New
York Hank Note i'ompan\. who a.
?tflwetl <'f demaii'llng UJOt to i? p- it S
??f committee a inn favoring his compaa*
Will be the In-I witness Mr Kendall bail
.. talk with the District Atorae) >est.?i
day. Mr. Kendall has beefl <| iote.1 as ft*
fusing to appear ?before a grand htry He
[would not dUTCHM thS ?a S ?e-t.;.la?
in charging the grand jury yc.-tci?ln-.
justice seabury toi?i thsai that th>? fa. t
that s legislativ ?? ????mmitt.e had airead.
passed "O the matter presented M them
must not be taken Into .?.ntuderatlon 1:1
1 their deliberations,
THEO. N. VaiL. PRESIDENT
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