Newspaper Page Text
Word Sent Out by Sulzer to Re
organize Departments of
State Controller and
HASSETT SLATED FOR AXE
Also Seems Bent on Shake
Consulted on Ap?
tjegrspt. to Tl
Vi |Uy 8, Tammany men in
.., (errl ? n Hing thai tha
totween th? i Ith s.treel organ
r la now
, !he po,nt of mending, are es
M no small of anxiety
vTt^eir Jobs ; '''" uli,1"'>
? - '"' ',1'- Btate
roller and State Engineer, the
v0rd havinp - ,!i:,t <!"'r'' >*
g K a complete reorganlaatlon of
?wo depnrtm? nti .it the buss? b
a? aftke Governor.
The heads of th? se departments,
a-gens B?hmer and John a. B* run I,
.?both good Tammany men, and it is
???that th" Deputy State Controller,
aj-kaa J. Wall . a-ho is in charg
iring tha ab?
f Mr. Bohn reived the
? 1 ,s ail. i U
? ag to mak?
The CWrarncr will be aid? d by the
-,? Bureau of '?" ?'?'?? J an<i Efcwnotny,
ag i ower
... Tsmnvanj Legislature little
: it gave to the Governor In |
I the bill creating the bureau
.. | | ce the . los. of tha
??'iiativf si at .. ?? a !? ady
. ? ? wer to no
ui the office of :
probably th? ?
? ? it is undent.I
-lain that the Tammany organ
BSJbj is to I ? ? feel tip- i ow< r
Em itive, the I the
?y undue inter! - i ? with th?
Tammany control! ts of
The Governor's new Highway Com*
BsBBMr, John N. Carlisle, m
' mind of Tammany men h
gant to-day by calling upon the
5ut? Civil fervice Commission for an
attnly new list of persona ellgll
I bureau oi '
. ta Department. These billets
Male division ?
?"Jmen and chain nv n. Tt is said that
a taken in other
?? .-ved from dut) g>bo il one hun?
SB] emjiloyes of the maintenance and
??pair divisions v\ ' :. h w< re abolish 1
aae the reorgan satioj ? t and the
sai o? whieh w m nder the
" I rs. it la
saai that aft, i ? onditiona t ?
"?4h?t?d many of the employes will
?^ making two appointments to-ds>
fe Carlisle showed nu disposition t..
' ta* r?gulai organ
He appointed George A
?*?, of Buff;- ...
al K. Fui. ? . uve corre
??????t of The New York Herald."
tv? *.,,(??. . ,.. retaryahlp.
' ? ? but both j
'^personal friends of the head of]
Jj -apartment. Charles P. Dillon,
asahgy of ?? rtmenl un
"? ?drninisir..- on, i to hi r< talned,
Kiie.i to work in the
I ?IS.rut. with
' < '" thful onea
^lagunar ?. .,,-.. ,.x.
nor will for
m which would redound to
WOMAN KILLED BY LEAP.
?? JssaahiiM n, , , fortv-elght
...^ J* "'"' ' ' from alcohol,.,,,
third floor of the .\l,t
terday and died .-,
? woman had
the .lav be.
? ...... r"r ' ?-?<??? West
NEW TRIAL FOJt^AMBROSE
May Again Seek Reinstatement
as Ferry Superintendent.
( Albany, May I -The Court of Appea!i
revers-d to-day the judgment of the low
?um and ordered i new trial In th?
action i rough! t y John F*. Ambrose ?,
be reinstated ns superintendent <>f ferrlet
in the Dock Departtnenl of New yorl
Ambrose contended he was removed h
t'aiviii Tomklns, Dock Commissioner, f'.i
political reasons, Th.- judgment of th?
lovv.r ?ourt was reversed because it fail.?
t.. admit as evidence certain question!
i of Ambrose by Mr. Toinkin- el
i' ?? time of in- rent 'vai.
FIELD CAMPS FOR GUARD
One Each Planned for 3d and
All M ' TI ? id Brigade of tin
national guard expects to establish ?
.aiim tor held dut) near ''.bus POIla fro:,'
August :' to August '.>. 'Ihe 4th Hrlgade
lot [..is.- to establish h similar camp at
Irving, Chautauqua County, from Augusi
'.< to August
? .u'.aiit General Hamilton has beer
ssked i" approve the plans of the twa
Major General John P u'lban com?
dlng the guard, ba- Informed Genera]
Hamilton that be intends to establish
schools >.f Instruction tot cavalry offlcera
at Montaub Put t and for Infantrv otli
at Peekaklll, from June i to Au?
SULZER REJECTS ADVICE
Won't Change Primary Bill to
Albany, Ms- >'. The advisability of
eliminating t e provision in Governor
r's direct primary bin which would
abolish state convenions has been suk
gested to the Governor by advocates of
tbe bin Thej told the Governor thai
if thai feature wai cut out. there would
be no doubt that tbe hill would be .
b> both houses of tbe I., t slatute.
Governor Sulz?r told tu^se advisers Io?
was committed t>> this principle of the
bill, and und.r no circumstances would
.'.? coi sei t to Its si snd? am? nt
Robinson Dinner Looked On as
Boom for Controllership.
Surprise was expressed v..-'..,!.:-. v
thos. interested In th.- coming munici?
pal campaign when it was learned that
i?r. Henrj Moskowlta was chairman "f
a committee that was getting up a dinner
for Allan Robinson bead of th.- Allied
R?M Eatate Interests, it is no -.
among th.- friendi of Mr. Robinson that
they hop" to land him as the fusion
?lidate for Controller. He has tie ?
f many real .state men. some of
oti th.- commltu.' w ith Ip
Th.- id\ anced thai I >?? M ?
kowitz. a leading member "t th.- fustoi
. ommltte? ot lend hi.- aid to
any movement to forward th.- Interesta
of Mr. Robinson. Dr. Moskowits saW
night il.- had ii??'! theie
. b? mo politl? s m the dinner.
in tb>- circular senl ..ut by the commit?
tee t.. leading cltiseni asking i"i pei
mission to add their names to the list it
is stated ttiat th- dinner is to ue li
? on "f ?h, "COnSplCUOUS servie? -s"
rendered by Mr. Robinson to the com
. . ? . - on the ' on
? nrv Morganthau, Joseph p.
Day, William H. Chesebrouah, Aaron J.
Levy, Judge Rosalsky, Dr. William Biro?
vi.ii. Metiiv Qreen, Edward Lauterbach,
- rlgga and I".. II. ? ?liter
ARTILLERY "VETS ' TO PARADE
Captain Warren's Command to Share
In Unveiling of Schurz Monument.
The Veteran ' torpa of Artillery, i an?
tain t "barbs ElHot Warren commanding
will parade on Mav In and take part In
tbe unveiling of the monument to Major
.; ?ail Sch?re,
An order Just ISSUSd directs that the
command parade as a battalion ?>f nr
tillery, the bist company under <<,ni
tnaiid of Pleut, liant M.t.-alf and the
! com pan] undei thi command of
Pi.iiteti. lit Buydam Privates Loyall
Farragut and Francis T. P Lam have
i..-, n <i> tail, d to th? coloi guard
fears" wide open town
Citizens Union Criticises Morals
Police Idea; Urges Veto of Bill.
A \v:de open town la predicted by the
r.u \ of th? i 'itlxena i talon, s bo m a
?tatemen! last night calla upon Governor
r to ?.. i , t!. \\ agn< r lull, which be
?aid would permit places for the tiafti?- of
vie? to ?.p. ii nie Th" statement says in
"Unless the Wsgner Uli taking from
the police Department tbe power to en?
force th" moral statutes and giving this
powei t I a separate mot?is police in
vetoed we may expeel to have a wide
open 'own during th.- coming mayoralty
"In th? f.vv months remaining before
September l (when the hill tak? - effect)
it will not he posai ble for the Board of
! ? Welfare t?. organise and equip a
fore.- capabl? of repressing gambling and
'I ? . secretan contends that by the time
.-. seven-beaded board sgreea upon a <|iie?,
tlon of poli.-, end a commissioner to head
th. n.-w force and his assistants it will
b> re ar i le.-tion.
Before ] Arra"ge t0 "**"
?av?<r. w^The Tribune
Mailed You Regularly
ror?lan Ratea. ' I Canadian Ratea
r> a s gander. D-vtiy. d * p. Pun<iB> Daily D.6I
7?, as i aa i sa, m M .ta
tig 1 II S 07 4?0 1.1g 1 M 2 13
IgJ 3 07 ?13 f?20 gja ?no ?2:.
v M ?m 12:'? 18 40 IM IM Mi
cut coupon on this use.
154 Nassau St., New York.
** The Tribune "*&. for .month to the
INCOME TAX ERASES
AIL PAREAN LINES
Tariff Bill Provision Finds Gen?
eral Favor on Both Sides
in House Debate.
FREE LIST GOES THROUGH
Raw Wool Stands After Final
Skirmish and Entire Meas?
ure Is Expected to Pass
To-day or To-morrow.
' i rom Th? Trlban? Burean. 1
Wasl Ingt' n. lia] fi Kor the first time
since the Democratic tariff measure has
been under eonsideratlon partisan lines
wer. obliterated at a late session of th'
House to-night, when the income tea *?'?
tlon o? the Und? i wood b II ws * ited
The Income tax round general favor rn
both Bides, although Republlcena and
Progressivea offered amendments I.i
reci defects m the aectlon
Kxo.pt toi commute amendment?! pre?
sented by M, linn. ?,ii proposed chant ?
???re rejected tVlth two exceptions the
Hull amendment? were technical in char?
acter ami related to phraseology.
The House Bnlshed the free list late this
afternoon, following i final -kiimsh over
free raw wool, and procreas made to
nlarht tiv.s promise of a vol? on the Un?
derwood hill to-morroa night or Thure
The night session araa enlivened b; a
characteristic speech against woman suf?
frage b i 'lorn Heflln, of Alabama, who
?poke in opposition t,. an atnendm i I i f
fer? I i '. Mr. I.a Toll, tte, i i P/ai hingt? n.
to ' tempt from the proi - ? ? In
com? las th? worn? n i ot? ?
Mr, Hefiln'a antl-auffrag? ipeech srsi
applauded bj several women in the gal
i.iit v\ hen Mr Pal? on? r, of u a h
Ington, d? ? ? ne.i that "agalasi the
knowledge oi the women of mj slat? tl ?
understanding of the gentleman from Al?
b bams would have no more show than b
mangy eHr in a tiger t??j 111. ? * the women
applauded st?i mora rigorou i
Must Take All or None.
' it is i,, be regretU I that th? ? on it,,
minority side of the House cannoi rot?
inde) end? ntly on the In? om? t->\ fes
of this bill." said Mi. Falconer. "M
tax, but the
vote must be taken on the m tole t III,
to v..te for the la om? tea we mu l rote
for all the ??? ? imbled Iten
< 't,e of the comn
adopted exempta cem? lery ai.I
frt m thi ; ? ? : ?
..n the theoi j that ?? c< met?
tlon Is a vanishing corpo ? that ita
Income i t ? duced and It .In
? ?i. aa? d ai a . i n et' ry Dili nd loi
\ se ond coi : men I ro?
to pop. > hold? ra In Insai in? s
an!? ' A the bill wa ? 01 Igli
written It ex? onlj dea th benefll
and poll? lea ol the ? ndon mei
a hen paid i a. k. wars taxabl? The
Imenl would exempt the life prin?
cipal, aa termed, of endowments, but
would las Ih? accrued Interest and divi?
dend* over and above th? fs ol the
poll? y ?
Amoi | th? ? imero i ?. mendments of
tei.-ii by the m,i ... ;11 ,...one
by Mr i 'opl< ??. "t Illinois, one ol tl ?
v es ' ' h lest men In th? H.? who p o
posed to tax all Income? ? ? *.I or
m? ' ? al ?O pei cenl 1 ? lugg?
a 70 p?r cenl tu atartled i ei th? Dem
i ? .i been ahoutlng .i
"an equal distribution of ths 'ax bar
Mr < llllett, . f Ma
a rax of one -hall of l :.? I .
between 11.00* and $?.. That th? puMk
is oppoeed t.. the taxing of sms I Inconw
was Indicated when the galleries applaud'
i .1 ?he defeat of thla am? win
The progressiv? leader, Mr Murdoch
proposed s tas ol I ;.nt on all In?
. 1100,. arel Mr Pal? oner
rested ' I ?! cent on In? n ? ? above
thai amount, In lieu ol Ih* I per c? n( i at
rl?*d In the bill Botl .. i ent were
rejected, aa wa another off.red by Mr
Kelly, a Pennsylvania Progressive, v-.i,..
?ranted sn I pe? cent tai on Incomes of
ti ,- claaa
May Tax Chinese.
Mr Mai n. f >i R< d< nf i lommli slom '
i? , aon, of Ihe Philippines, offen d an
amendmi nt to tax the d
;,n,i . - ?? ?? nta of Ihe philippin
??ell as the Filipinos and Americans In the
It-landa The Ways and Mean* Committee
agreed to take thli under consideration.
The Philippins commissioner unsu? ei -
fully Bought to relieve the Filipinos ..t an]
... tax, on I he ground that the] . ould
t,,.t rote on thla legislation, Mr i'nler
v.ood explained I hat the In lui loi ol th?
i'1,nit.pines was to reach ihe wealth) mea
of the Islands and said ti,< bill llghte.t
the burdens of th?- stoaii farm?, ,,r n,e
Philippines by repealing ths export lax
on Philippine products
During the free list consideration to?
day ti"- wool paragraph ? ra ight i o H
I ?lefeetloll from the BOlId fiu.l of t 111
Democrats., Mr, Bharp, of Ohio, repre
aentlng Dem?crata opposed to free wool,
offered an amendment placing a duty of
B) per cenl on raa wool, the nits tixed
by the Underwood Mil of t?o last Con
?praas He defended his Democracj by I
the statement that lie now propasad B
nata which both speaker Clark :""1 M'"?
Underwood had voted for In ths last Con
gl.ss This and valions other ameno
ments Including one to placa all manu
factur?fs of wool on the frea list, afore
TO MEET WAGE REDUCTION
Administration Preparing for
Tariff Bill Effects.
Washington, Mnv ? -An laveettgattonof
Wages and eondltlons m the pottery in?
dustry was started to-day i>y the De?
partment of Commerce because of threat?
ened r?ductions, in wanes which certain
manufacturers claimed WOUM be made
neceaaary by lbs t.nirr reductloaa ..n pot?
tery in the Underwood bill. ? s?.lai
Investigator left for Ken fork, whets
he will begin tha investigation, which ?
probably w?ii i,c extended to other ladua- (
lecretary RedfleM asprsassd the detrr?
mination to ?ral at the facts as to the
present conditions |a IhS potPiy Indue- .
try. If a flaCraaSO In wanes follows the
pas-aKe of the tariff hill he will haw sta?
tistics to present to Cangrees te snow
eamparlsena betweea preaani and future
DALY REINSTATED IN ARMY.
Waahtagten, May l Ch?ries D Daly,
the former Haivnrd and West l'oint foot?
ball star, who quit the United Stat.s
army ta enter private life, sras reinatated
as a seemd lieutenant by executlv? ap?
proval of Ids nomination BJ ,h'' ?Senate
Tells Merchants They Could End
Abuse of Him by Refusing
LAUDS WALDO FOR REFORM
j Advises Central Mercantile As?
sociation Not to Follow
Tango and Turkey Trot
Mayoi Gaynor, Police Commission?^
Waldo, gtreel Cleaning Coinmassioner Ed
ward-.. Plie Commissioner Johnson, Park
, ' Commissioner Btover and Chairmen Me
Call >.f the Pubbe Servies Commission
gave to the t'entrai Mercantile ASBOCiS?
J tion last nieiit a pretty full n port of
their mint administration Then Colonel
; Benedict J. Oreenhul thanked them In be?
half of the association, voicing the senti?
ments ..f the Uve hundred merchants and
ess m. u present In saving they had
slwsya f.eiv. .1 tie most courteous and
considerate treetm? nt at the hands ,,f th ?
present dly ? \. cutlvea
The occasion was a dinier given lor
the Mayor and hla department hesda by
the Central Men anule Association In the
rooms of the Aldine Club, in tbe Pift'i
Avenue BuUdlnS. I'l'si'l.'iit ?lark-on
Cowl, of the association, presided arid
introduced th. Mayor as the first Speaker.
"This association," said 'he Mayor,
"like man; others, represent! the itlc
pii'b of th,. city. Vou represen! the
Civ!? pud.- of this locallt) More then
thsl whether vou intend it or not eu
i. Present the civic pride of the whole
city. Vou draw from the whole city for
your eui torn ind vom trade Thla It le
pride thsl calla together men ilk.- sou is
-l v ,ilu.ib'. a<s? t the city has."
M lyoi lingk ?i out the proprietors
..r two newspepera In the city for special
and i irtlcular mention, ealHng them
scamp- bj t
Ur?es Boycott on "Scamp?."
' I could not help calling th> m acampe,"
he went on "Thej deserve no other
imps. Put there wai one
thing uppermost In mj mind ail the whUe
the Iwent) -five fears in
w h.eh ; . .;,i,i hi had endured th? li
abu-ei i see these newspapers tiibd
with the advertisements <>f the merchant!
Phey ? ould bavt It
this abuse in one day by withdrawing
th< Ir ?? uts "
' I ? It .... gn StSd bun at tbl? !
< " ? din? I v . 1 . d "It'll tab' ' at ?!
rhat li '"?? time roe. bit
ill . u th.- ii, ad
"You i "t >i. p. nd -n them " con
? he Maj or TI i ?? do not make
vou. Hut vou make tbl in "
tgsln t ..? .- -t f..i th and
? ?? ? led rhat's ?H ? sj "
'ib. m , . ? easlnst
Ig th. Ir I' ; irtlier upt w ,i
m that almost Ih? ?
? lea them.
not t mention the m Ilion Inl abttanta
II'. Ii e ||, Ml It '". . d ?.'r. ? t
l ? ?? "th.- . sntn i II
I don t k' ? ? whether I ihoul a
it ; the < ;?? ?? .,? .,t,,i || .. turk?
? snd ?'? hat I ? i : Ibousht it .* ?<
ii- tangle but th. \ t. ms It is the tai go
thsl ? irthei up Put i s. i no
why you ifter It."
Praises Waldo as Reformer.
? >f i ?.. \\ , ,,,, ,,. . ,,,, pou ,.
? ? . hsd this I
'I h? gr? at ..hi,, t (hat i,, , Waldo) has
? ,io I. If 1 ms | '?> ; ?
? ! |0 IS) SO, thsl I h i v ?? had -II'.' e
i cam? Mayof, area t" drive out from
ng you absolutely ?n ths corruption
In the Police Department We have fol?
lowed it up from th?' beginning Ho?
m u. h t' auk? we | ;,'., got for It | <|o ic t
knot Probabl) some pec pie tiunit some
on? ? is.- is doing it.
P'.t v.l. when vou com,- to sum It all
up. . v i v development of graft exposure
in th.- pop.. Department from the time
that .\P i top?. -..., appointed Police
Con,' ? lp to this hour lias cm"
from somebody whom tip- pofta have
put ?nit of hi- ih Call) business, Whether
it Is Rosenthal <>r gflpp ui th.- woman
Qoodc oi th.- woman ii, it/., or whatever
||. I II.line I
The Mayor mentioned specifically also
ti.- services t<> the ,-ity of Commissioners
.- and Johnson
"if vou read ths headlines in pie news
pap.i-'," s.,:.i Commissioner Waldo
"about the four ??-.captains now
tri'.l vou will think our adminjstratlon
i?"i oiisibi, f..r them But, if roe read
tbe facts, vu uill lind that BtOSt Of them
were not even Inepectors under tue pr?s
eut administration They s ire reduced
ai,ii s?M to tie- country before v\. cams
m. on.- to Rockaway and another to
i:.klyn Pt. n ? ou lead tbe headlines
in tie newspepera ><>.! win tinnk thai
in, pie -lit administration had something
to do with th. se men.
Glad Guilty Are Punished.
"We want lb? in to have a fair trial
Mm if t ? .ne guilty of any wrongdotng,
w. ere glad '" have them >>ut of the de?
partment and peife'ti.v delighted ta at a
Colonel Greenhut, sftsi thanblng the
guests of honor f..r their promises of sup?
port and cu-o? .i ation. reminded them
that th. ?entrai Mercantile ?Association
represented t,??>> Rrsas situai..i m a qum
i, r of a square mils and paying taxe? of
St.OOO.OM ? year, mote, be thought, than
any Other section of th.- .-am- size in the
The following wet? ut the ?'?est table:
I v\ lllnin it vv ni. m
, Herman He.'I' I
?a. tic A 11.nin
i 'lai kaon fowl
: li. i.. II. i .1 On enhut.
i: Rom ai pi- '"i.
il v agel
I .,. V I'M..
J? I I K Hi.II' '
,\ i, ?m T, Kvan
|ii tbnry M?.tt' I
, I ,. ? K I" Vas l!ear#n.
Pu, i u Poor
M i II .m i Oaj sei
O, .. (i If? tnenj
Rhin? land? i M ?Mo
vv iiiiain li Edward?
IP MM .-' I'O.IIH'-""
,i,,s.-p!i John ?
Richard v ?' Bmltb
,?!,,,, I, a it stover
Arthur .1 " Keeffe
H. nrj H Cui
Kdw.rd K Mi Call
,i s.. k?, Mtit . Iran
tie in. v S vv illhimi
MM,. I! Malta*
Others press?t and Irma repreaaatod
A^ees ..??.. k^kjpiry*CO
Arnei >. aa Art Asserts
v, ,m..m Co
Arnold. Consta?? ?
A h .i ?
a a, i i " ?
, M.irlinura ?V
A-luni, Hugo ? ' ?
Adelaon, Jo? ?'? >""
Aitk.-n, Bon * Co,
A,lah. I ln?'?'ln
Kem? r. .1. I.. * ?'?
K.ttili .V- lirtsklli
K-..II. Jes u
Un A. V\ l?> . '?
|..i?.|rll. J M
Ijinu-r.. lit, T M.
Uewia a. Loess
Usa M'k Ce
l,e Holt & CS.
\.\p. h James r,
mu?? & on*.
Mal..y. John H.
M? i ,r. Win * OS.
H,-.l. Il ?'. . Th.
i.. , . n M?a Co
Hhk. iitirld. StiHic"
imS.c.nVob.? Co M..-..nni.. ?tdsmrd, *
Ifumfortf. " K
K M.-tz?er, A * I ??
IforrW, Wim, Ai CO.
MrCsbe. I?*"' ? * nr'1
M.,rc, p. A II A <"
Manhattan W'rapl ? i '
\ Mullen. Mush
|Meth.Kli?t H<?>k t OB'
ll.ii. bstl * Ce
II, aitI. Mf* Co.
Beim * ? Bre
Brown Th..mu? K .
Hit... unan, Charlea H. | cern.
[WOULD SPLIT STATES IN TWO
Florida Almost Certain To Be Partitioned, Say Legisla?
tive Leaders?Senate Resolution Provides (or
Dividing Califonia North and South.
[By Tetagraga o? Th? Trit?n? i
Psnaaeaia, Fla., May 6. -The move-j
ment m divide Florida into two states
will come to a head in the next few
|da\s and rhe Legislature almost eer?
talaly will pass the measure, accord
Ing to haders In both hOUBCS
Senator l.iii.ls.y. of I arc vvllle. pur?
poses to Introduce a division Mil la the
Senate this week, and Representative
Worky, of one ol the east coast coiin
tlee, win put tha measure befara the
House. Inasmuch as tl:.- west l'loridl- i
ans are anxious to gat away from mid?
dle and aaSI Florida, and those two -<<
tions are a bou I equally aa anxious to
gel rid of tin. aection, It seems likely
I thai a new state win i?- created before
ithe session of the Legislature adjourns
Ti,,- movement has grown steadily in
hoth bausas J espite the fact that there
has been no organized effort to put
through a hill.
Sacramento. May <>. ? A proposal to di?
vide the state of California at Tehaohapt
Pass, naming the northern half "t'all
fOrnlaV and the real "South Cafeteria,"
is made In a resolution Introduced In the
?Senate to-day h\ Senator Sanfoid. of
Uklah, Democratic national committee
Th" resolution sets forth that Califor?
nia Is inadequately represented m the
United states Senate as compared with
New England, and that some means
should be provided for giving the area
additional S.iatots. It plov id.-s for Sub?
mitting the division to popular vote at
the rcxt general election. The resolu?
tion was referred to the Committee oa
Federal H latJone
I Di?t, h-ii. r. ,?...ii.. .v. Milkman. Walter B
? .v ' ? I Martin, Samuel.
' thi M< Iropolls. .\|. I? n N t>
Hora?-in. ht. Ma? I Maclntyr? j,,|in ?;
. Horgenli h . 1.1,ms. \. irman, .1 . Bens
iBeraen? In, Charles. S .\. ? Horn? Hewing Ma
. '""? I .1,111- I'O . Ihe
I ??' arn, l'un, n '?>, Kivi ? i ,, -it,..
i Wum? m ial, n ^ i'o \fitm york Edison <'o.
It:-'"-. au m U National HI? ull Co
,,:i' h. "i" I? ppenhelm, Adler A Co.
Mr-v.M., rti? hard i oxford l^per Co
Bu, kley, D P loakley, H g
Hh';k- u ,' o Hatlly, K,i iiuah.
Osllahan, Jo O'Neill Adama Co
' ? ""?> Baiik Pasmore a E
Prlntlna ' o ,.,, , vrr,.,., i,
'."lU " ,"''?"? ' " . Pollak. Behrtma S 'o.
' '""??'!? ? .-'!"? ??' T. p,,,... |. . ,v , ,,
,.A I ? . '. ... ... Italn
i ammeyer ,,.,? , ,,
Col imbla Realtj ... |.l;ll"? -iu,^ ,- , ??
(oh William Mash- ,?,,,. ?,..,,, ,,.. .
(?o. lt.,.,, ''?"??' f*mu*1
.'.". ', ,'" Quaker Lace Co
.,"1'1* "'','"> Rothenbera a Co
.'"?: ,":n',M " Rid.M r,?l..,?,-.r
' addi n. h. i .
'z" ,, Rothstein A Rothstein
? , i,:' '" ,:r' ' ' '
11; ... ,! lew? In Mr? Co
'; \ "V, ,V ? H?s..,.h...M . "l.e,n,. a
I ...,i, hi.,,i. I >|i km.m 11. , ,
1)0 , . .1
I reyt-i ,v Tui k. I
I'. ,,i. All.n S ' "
Dix, Hear] I . \ loe
Cltj Bal De-?"
, t Co
1:1 ins | .-.IP n
;,? s?'* I.- HW*r IWrnard it
';:;.;' ' "??vins -'n.,!. u,? r., bobs
t:..',.;? Investing Co. I ';"" "'"'V1 '?
. ? , ft Mettle
, ? Kr?n?i? v.o, p. trea
Krankel <? turn? and " .* / *L
Him m ?30,
In 1 ?'
ii William C -,'lv '" '.' V '
Rellam <? w al?? Co.
Rltti r i n thtws
la? U ft . 'ehn.
Pa, ?? A H., !i?ter.
Ryan J -
Room*, Win .1
,?? ' i: , a . .
W H \ ' .
S , M ".
. - I
IP.? Ji "',.'"
V '..',"" "
"' "" V''!'r ,, n n~
m S ? ...,k...'o.
., . item, Doblln .s i a
i i ?? ... ? o K'' """ ?' v
u ' Mr, . ..
? ' ' '
PI,. | I. r..,,.e
.. a. - ??,,. " Robert a
?hart I S Rro.
Knrnltu ? k ,,*? . K .
? ' , rs.prr rhi ?? J OuSs ' O.
? . .? neo
I II A. ? ??
??.:?, I " *
I'titori Ki i-..,u?e s?
i, mi. ? ?elder.
, s -.-rn
\ t tine. A. A.. S CO
bera Herman v ' R< ?'? '?? ' 'S'"1?
. a ' -
Hall, ran lohn il. ?el. F. E
. , Reurea. Fred T
MMi Pi r. o.il D Wllann P K A- s'nn
,. k |, K Wellei Mr. M r?
m ... . ' 11PT. Ha rr j
i, n i n, .. , . Wl Kail Mrs- co
? .,. . y . al Wild ni ora c, .< ce
fe, H N
Hart. I? C Wl "n?.i Tr^i? H
Humi ?ton. r*. A ..... K
i , - Walsh Ale? H
?.. r u m?an r H
w,,'!,.. a ' a
|!,,,. ' l/ci..
Bros. S Ce U rial l, ttrnr\ .i
\Vn > o
DENY FILIPINO _SLAVERY
Quezon and Earnshaw Demand
:..-,., B ireau t
w.? hlngton, May I An Indignant da?
nta| ..f published charges thai slavery ag?
lets in ths Philippines was made to-daj In
?tat?menla Issued by Commlsaionera Qua
Bon and Barashaw, of the Phlllpplna Ial
anda who demand the official acalp of
I'ean C. Worcester. Secretary of the in?
terior in the archipelago, Back Commla
atoner wrote t.. the Beeretary of War
protrsttiu; agalnsl the chargsa made by
Mi VTorcester, and Mr Queson Insists on
the removal of "every one of the Philip?
pine Commission, from the Governor <;en
?\o Blaverj exists among the 7.MB.0M
I liristl.it, and dvlltaed lnhaliitanf of the
Wanda." said Mr lueaon "There was :?t
one time BlaVOTy SlOOng the uncivilized
tribes bul if thla has been permitted to
continue it l.s the fault of the Philippine
1 'omnn- don and Mi Worcester
Mr Worcester brings this charge to
Injure and ?lander ihe Filipino people In
their iiiriit f..r Independence Ha aill not
?limit that Filipinos are rpialltled for In
dependenee, for if be should do so be
mtghl Unia hla i-> , which geta him HUM
annually, or P.Mi more than a Cabinet
member of tha United state
Commlsatoner Earnahaw eapressad sur
prnse that the senate had adopted ? rasa?
lution aakfag tha Bat retan <)f Wi,r ti>r a
report aa tha Worcester charges, con?
tained in i letter Is the Humane Society.
Mi Earnahaw aaya be is sure atavery
does Rot evl t aiimllK the rlvtltSOd Pill?
plaos of whom thnri' are 7,,r.i.i>?i o it of
a total population of MBS.0M Ths Com
mlaloner BCUBBd Mr Worcester of im?
proper motives and an attempt to giro
the American people B BTTOng Impression
aboat the capahlllty Of the I'lllpinos; for
aelf-goi ?i nmi nt.
TO JUMP CAPITAL SHAFT
Law Says He Will; Washington
Official May Bar Him.
| It SB? Th? Trlh.ine llun nu I
Washington, May ?>. ?Rodmaa haw,
aviator and paiacluite Jumper, who In
Ma i ch last, in Jersey city, was severely
burned la the premature explosion of B
M ga sky rocket in which he whs to have
bean shot skyward for a moving picture
concern, came to Washington to-day and
announced that he intended to Jump off
the Washington Monument to-morrow.
LaW said that he meant to leap off thf
.',... foot OBSHsfe whether the authorities
liked It or not, and added that he had
his parachute with hhn and a crew of
ttlm makers to record the event
"Not If I can stop It." said Colonel
Bpencer ?'oshv, who has citarse of the
monuments and public hulldiiiKs of the
capital, when told of l^iw's purpose "We
i.m't permit people to u*e ? lie monument
for aavertlalna purposaa. Mr, i.,w shall
do no such thin?. I II see that the watch?
men are op th, lookout for him "
About a year ago Law failed to gain
permission to Jump from the monument,
and he contented himself with climbing
lea stories up the old': of a hotel.
? SULZER REPUDIATES
i EXTflA BOND INTEREST
I Issues Proclamation That Lost
Bills Repealing Allowance
Will Be Passed.
HUNT FOR MEASURES VAIN
i Assembly Speaker Unable to
Explain?Sinking Fund Raid
Law Also in Doubt?
[ B) T. lecraph to The Trlhiin? 1
Albany, May I The mystery as to
what be.-ame ..f two Unsocial billa sought
by Governor Sulzcr In so many emer?
gen v messages in the last moments of
th- Assembly session last Mon.lay nigh*
is still unsolved, but Qovernor Bulser be?
lieves his axtraordl ?.?? session win show
him n way out of the difficulty. He said
to-night that, .ven though he had not in?
tended to call hi; eStrs BBS ???? to PSUM I IB
direct primary bin. he would do so for
no other reason than to ? 1. ir up this
p. .anse of the uncertainty r?tganllng
these bills the Governor toda.'- sum?
moned Speaker A. P Smith to Albany.
i Mr Bmltb would n?.f discuss the sues?
, bon before seeing the Governor, but af?
terward the chief executive said that
. th.- speak.r ioi?i him he was certain both
Wei. passed by th-' Assembly. The
record? however, do not show that they
were passed, and the Sp.-ak. r was UU
aMe to explain their failure to .;??
The bills involved repeal the Prawley
laws, approved earlier In the Session, In
creealng the rate of interest on state
IB from i to I1., p.r cent interest and
exempting them tr.<m the provisions <>f
tie Inheritance 'ax law. The purpose of
? law, area to encourage the sale of
state bornas, The Oovernoc sought to re?
peal them when he was informed that
they were retroactive aid would result
I in the stat. having t<> pay the increased
, Interest <>n millions of dollars' worth ..f
! stats bonds hi id b) New fork boadlnfl
hOUSeS and which the) w>te unable to
disposa of because of the low rats "f In?
I tercet Speak.r Smith was eure the bills
I were passed bj tie assembly, but when
.Governor Bulser wss asked srhy the
[ Speaker did not ?4gn th. m and forward
.th.-m to th?- i lib f executive for bis ap
I rOVal be said that the fact that their
pasaagS did ti"t show mi the records <'f
th.- House might bad to litigation
Therefore, be said, it was determined to
have the bills passed again at the exti.i
t The Governor issued a proclamation t<>
i night stating that 'he Prawley laws WCTS
passed under a misapprehension; that it
i was the intention t.. repeal them at the
end of the regular session, and that they
Would be repeal, d without fail at tie'
BXtrs ---.-ion. The state, he said, will
not pa) the additional interest "n any
of these bondi ss ?< result of 'he Prawley
laws, and the purpose of the proclama?
tion was i" discourage anybody from
purchasing state bonds in the be'lef that
in recommending the Prawley law? th"
Qovernor said it was the intention to
have them apply only to bonds to be is?
sued In the future After he ask.-d [Of
their repeal another bill was Introduced
Increasing the rate of interest on future
bonds It is nu sur,' whether this bill
got through both house?, and Governor
Sulz?-r probabl) Brill not know about it
until after be has looked over and In?
dexed the bills pending I'.f.ne him,
which will be done within the BOXl ?la.
Another hill about which there was un
certainty hi one allowing the state to
take about ll.','"?>???i from the state
linking fund t.. b"lp out the ??overimr
in his efforts not to have to impose a
direct tax Mi BulSSt Pit BUrS to-day
that his lull was passed and ia now
waiting his approval.
Reports ate rife here to-rlav that the
legislative leaders, in their anger at the
Governor's conduct in not making the
appointments thei Brushed him to. at a
s.ciet conference Baturdaj afternoon d?
cMed to kill all tb.se financial bills This.
?t Is said, might explain the pressai i
CUliar situation regarding them
[HENRY L. WILSON SOON
001 AS AMBASSADOR
Eliminated in Policy Evolved by
President with Respect
HAS ARRANGED FOR RETURN
But Retirement Will Not Neces?
sarily Alter Relations Be?
tween the United States
(Frein The Trlhun? Bureau. ]
Washington, May <;. -Important de
velopments in um Mexican situation
with reepect to the attitude of the
Wilson administration toward th*
Huerta-Dfau regime, including the re
tir.-ment of Henry Pane Wilson as
Ambeaaador, may b. expected in the
near future, the President having prac?
tically decided to take the problem by
PresMenl vYIison will act indepen?
dently of Ambassadtw Wilson when be
makes the Mntemplatod move. ... f,t, t
that has gradually impr.ssed itself
upon the Ambassador, with the result
that ho recognizes that h*s l?sefulnesS
is at an cn.l in BfeXtCO City.
Ambassador Wilson, vvlm has he,n
subjected |o numerous charges relativo
t<? ins connection with the overthrow
of the Mafbr.i government, dues not
Snjoy the confldence >>f this adminis?
tration, and for that reason is ready to
sever his connections with the diplo?
matie .servie. H,, has ?-ompleted BT
rangements for Laving Mexico City
and will proceed t>> San F'ramlsin.
Th.- retirement of Ambassador Wil?
son win not neceessurily alter the
status of pp. relations between th?
United States and Mexico, which are
already practically nil, although urgent
matters ar?> taken up with the de facto
government In the usual form prevail?
ing In similar situations. Such busi
neea, however, could be transacted by
the charg? d'affaires without any com?
plications involving the non-reoogni
tion of the Hu?rta-Diaz regime by th-}
?>n the question of formal recognition
President Wilson purposes to remain
firm on his ?pressed policy of demand?
ing the constitutional eie?nion of a
President as a prerequisite to recogni?
tion. There is, however, a tentative
plan to bring about a situation where?
by pressing daims of the t'nited Stated
and oth.r powers may be considered.
The State DefMltaaent Is silent on the
subject, pending the return of Secre?
tary Pryan, but it was acknowledged
'"-day by John Hassett Moore, acting
Se, rotary of State, that the question
is under advisement. Representations
from c?rtala powers seem to mak?
s-'iiie d.finite step in this direction ad?
The dispatches from Mexico to tha
State Department show that there Id a
widespread revolutionary spirit in the
northern rart of the country and that
the rebels have gained considerable ad?
HUERTA ORDERS A DRAFT
All Mexicans Between 18 and
45 Liable To Be Called.
Mexico dtp, May g -An army draft be
gtnnlng June l is authorized bv a der. e
i-sued by President Huerta to-day This
ord.-r will apply whenever voluntary en?
listments are btsdequate to mi rsrsnrisa
in the ranks it applies to all Mexican
males between the agi i of eighteen and
forty-five, rega of social ?landing,
except in the case of heads of families
o'- those who can show that famille! aie
depend, m on them.
Those drafted must serve titr?e rears
with the color? and three years In the re
GOFF JURY DISCHARGED
Sentences of Walsh. Fox and Shea
for Bribery Postponed.
The SXtraordinary grand Jury empan?
elled by Justice C.nff last ? NBJObSf was dis?
charged yesterday wtth the thanks or the
COUrt, The grand JurOTfl staved to bstHI
to the trial of the four police inspectors.
Justice CrOff postponed Indefinite'v the
sente cea Of Captain Thomas W. Walsh.
Patrolman RugBM P FOX and Ashley
sh..-.. who pleaded guilty t.. bribery and
testified foi th.. state bi graft cassa
Janes & Kirtland
M \M FA< TI KK.KS Off
Ranges & Furnaces
m wn BjtjgOTi m? ro
133-135 West 44th Street
old style stritv '
when you can have
?V^a PERFECT FjT
with the sure-fitting
Sold at good stores every?
where in Cotton (black
only) at $1..">0 to $8.00, and in Silk (all colors) at $5.00?
You will be interested in the CLOSE FIT Style Book de Luxe, ?ent ires
on request to
KLOSriT CO., I'uhh.'ity fiept. 208 Fifth Avenue. New York.