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petition. At first they were reluctant
to talk, but it finally developed that
the petition they had Signed was com?
posed of only a few typewritten Unes?
whereas the petition re, rived by M:*s
Davis covered f<mr pages.
After several bmirs riuestlonln,-;
Philip Musi?.a, whose connections with
smuggling ??pirations received wide?
spread publicity tWO v?ais age?, a-.
hnowledged thai ?Charles Becker had
been at the head of the conspiracy.
He told Miss Davis that the whole plot
was of much greater significance than
she could Imagine, sad thai he thought
that Tammany Hall was mixed up in
"He wants to carry favor with the
t?overnor." M?sica said, in speakin?*
of Becker's n niplicity in the plot. "He
thinks that it will help him to dls
oredit Mltchel's administration, it is
just part of a big dragnet.'1
As a result ?>f M?sica'a confessi?)-)
and the Impttt ation of
Becker in the plot, th? prisoners from
the two cells adjoining that of 1!? ? ker's
Mill be removed, and under no eircum?
stances will hs be allowed to -onfir
with his counsel ? >: ?? -pi in his ' ell. All
other visitors, even bis wife, will be
barred from sselng lim while, he is in
th" Toaba Musice ?rill b?- removed
to the fourth titr. and the privileges
of all the prisoners Involved in tha
conspiracy will be revoked.
Becker's Name Torn Off.
District attorney Whitman said jraoter?
I that durini U?a progresa of the trial
H<?-k.r would be allowed to confer with
his counsel end visit his wife In one of
the vacant Jury rooms.
The grot petition that was circulated
throuKh the celia is said to have bean a
short one ask.ng : i most respecttul terms
th.-t Miss i'.iv.s rcconalder her action in
regard to not nil.??In?; the prisoners to
BECKER AND HIS WIFE CONFERRING IN COURT.
hav theli they cell th
Mo? of 1 era ? uunlm ?? der
i s.mi that i'- ikei s n.?
::i tti.it ?ase it v
torn off to make ?t ap; ear that h- ?
not ? onn i tad with the i
There hea b?* ? feeling ?>i r
:.. i ? prtaonora rc-ga
lug the DOW plan, and it was not difrk
to obtain tha US signatures Tha mi
i.al petition wai then tern off a
through -, came to th,- Ton
to ?oilier with t!.. Ir ' le ,,ts. it was p
si',,;.- to ?. ompos
to 1 by Becker a
M : ,i t .?? ??
Beck? ?..-t. rdaj m court tl
b" had had an] thins to ii" ??ith tie, |,i
w h< n to. usad h
of being th? ptratoi he ?aid!
"Wi ! , i i en't help what m?. i _<
Baya i can't stop her from saying whi
over ah? pit
m - Becher characterized the win
t ?. i en Infamoua li?-. "T
Baetli ? u to m? huaband
only too appai ent," i he aaM
Petition Charges Graft.
The petition received by Miss Da\
n.ade the tint at that. Uf?QSS ah? resell)
ed th?- unpopular food reguletien with
three .-, lb? ;?? so?era would Kive
the press a .??;?? Of tlie Statement, t
(ether with a full exposure of tin- com
tlona tiiat exist in tin- Tombs. I~*requa
?-? to graft in tha catering ?
? : t w , re :
Extract? taken (rom the petition fc
"\\i- the underalgned hereby wlah i
i. ,.-.i with you oui i.iii-t pretest again
i ? i-ii.i, tmenl and enfoi <, ment ?,f ai
auch tul.- tint will prevent an Inma
from receiving food from outsld? aouro?
or- limit lam to purchase his supplies froi
on?- sou:,?-, in,on the grounds tliat it
?rnel and Inhuman, un.Hlst and Ulegi
? tu legalise a va?
system ??f grail bj and with th.
..." u ? heed "f ti.,? correction Depart
"Under the r ????? rule the prisoner wl
to go to th.- ex| ?!>?? ol pa? mg fc
ins m? ?l: from tti?: prison raterei ?C
may say "l?-t this class ?'f prisoner ?.
the prison ' r< Th? answer is that i
la not fit tor pics. It is inferior, mm
inferior to the State Prison or penlten
tlery fue, which .? meant only for act
uelly convicted men. Yet the Tomba pris
oners, v? ;.,.. ..-.- not I <'H? ll ted men, at
requested i" ? .?t .? fere tar Inferior t,
ted felon? w ? repeat, the prlsoi
for pigs; ti... prlsonei I
li??t given th? tul' Vglua that the city o
st., I? ; .? - ? an e\ apoi utlon o
Il n?. r ? loi m or in
g this lit,.. ?Liier?- tin
health end ??>;:.,ie of the inmates are a
fct.ck? i? attempted
??'ih.s ?.it.:, i Idee, hke the ha.tiri
?yateaa, t? nothing more than ?e^Hiizec
graft, Who i- getting it oi who win gel
it. will le foi th? Intelligent public t?
"But this prsaenl caterer ought to be
aentenoed to ten years tor the ?offee ami
other shops he is allowed to sell hers
.Miss Davis, we are addressing yon
etltion under the Impression thHt
ion r.-ailv wish for and have at beert the
prisoners welfare; that ?our desire "i
stopping alleged ?lru?- trarti?- and aliened
Kiuftinj,' an ml not subterfuge!
Stopping out? I? food will not do it. It
will increase It.
"Ihittln?.- m human vermin of the type
you it Stalled here to ferret out true con?
ditions will not do it. f?'i a person so dull
and of base moral to allow himself to he
1ncici?-?TttteU and be a spy in a jail ha
neither tue tod nor Intolngenee t" groeg
th?- t? ue ?11
We feel thai the public presa should
>* taken Into oui confidence and made
s equate ted v?.th tl iltuation, so
that they ma) li tslligently enlighten an
obscure an?! an*.loas public, who may
otherwise be misled I the atomp
speeches ?nd loot urea given under the
pretence of reform, which, in fact, is Im
SIX OF THE JUR0R9
IN NEW BECKER TRIAL
No. 1?F. Meredith Blagdan, twen?
ty-eight years old, bond salesman, 33
Pins st.; home, 16 East 10th ?t.
No. 2?Jame? M. Fauet, twenty
nine, real ??tats, 58 West 45th st.|
home, 16 Ea?t 60th st.
No. 3?Thomn W. Edward?,
th'rty, chemist : home, 507 West
No. 4?Edward E. Van Eman,
fifty-five, retired: home, 455 Fort
No. 5? Dwight W. Cu?ter, fifty
eight, inventor; Home, 700 West
No. 6?Ambro?e V. Farleye, thirty
eiqht, cotton, ?4 Thomas st.; home.
529 West 186th st.
William R. Dalton, an advertising
manager, of 125 We?t 139th at., who
was selected as juror No. 2 on
Wednesday, was excused by Justice
of benefit only l?i furthering persona! am?
bitions or not..11st]
V. ht.e\er frameil the peUfJoa must hnve
felt that Warden Ilaitley ?Has not In
any way in sympathy with M:?s l'avis in
SU plans, fur ths letter aeldresseel
to him sdvlSSd hin tu be on hi? guard.
"This la only the hsglllBllia" the letter
If she doesn't ?hange her i.hIi.-n
within three days she i* going to be
shown in every paper la New York wiial
a faker she Is. The fa? is. figuras ami
eietails are in the hands of eminent ?u ni?
sei, and It Is ti matter that the Oortt
himself will take a liun-l In if n? ? ? ssai y.
'We me Ri.ing to att?i. k h-r e.n the
bundles, on the prison food, win? h ?s
alwa? tin- fame, while In the peniten?
tial? ar.d state'a prison it changes svsry
riav and Is of bitter Quality, anil that
see la not properly atocked in uten?
ich as crockery, spoons and linens.
and ttie -eis pave not been painted; in
I, the supply end ??i the depart?
"We write you as we hold you in biph
regs u. an?i ?rant to keep you posted so
roil ?an go on lecoxi ami COVOT ?ourself
Immediately. Tins is confidential to you
end we advise you to pretend to know
nothing about a petition, because a tat
on tii? ihst tier by the name of Lewis
has na-cii a long tale about grafting of
keepers, and has hinted that the warden
is one of the boya and winks and ?? ei
shows up on the tiers; another rat, Glb
soii. knows this Deputy Commissioner
, ? itaide, and has helped along
knocking the doctor and the berber -
Learla's Information la e.tnsaa ??f
:? o . Know and we know.' but Miss Davli
want? notoriety, and as she lias bitten
off more than she can chew she will get
all she ?cants.
"She will have a loi to lecture about
after the gang that is after her now
gets through. Ws do not want- to do
anything to hurt your feelings, and if
ih.re is anything you can ? iggest thai
? , )"? harmful to your gdtnlntsl
hi '-. pass the word to the keepers We
wil get the v. Ire
"We are out for Miss l'avis, and we
will pet her if money and brains can '1"
? -.s she mekea good. Her Ideas
?nay be nod ur. at Bedford, 01 In John
D. Rockefeller's Bunday si hool class, hut
"Inclosed you will find a copy of .-..
petition she got to-day. The n< I ?
articles ami lanryers will be on the jobi
In three ?lay? unless ?he .?une? across.
I*., ?p? . tfulH.
The Investigation We.lin-s.lay night kep
the prison HStir until tin? early bourn o
the inornlnir. One aft? r BltOthSI lb1
prisoners were t..Id t.? ?et up Bad ?It???
in praparatloa is ba taken to snotha
part of the bullelmi-, where the Investi
gallon was I?, ing bald. VI It 1? tin- warlnesi
"f th?-ir klnil tlii-v i-va'l. .1 answering tin
l|IIBBllimS Hint Vera I t t<> them untl
they Stats BUTS "ii what gr.i'lii'l the!
stocil. When It he.-anie known thrOU*fl
the prison that aneith- t petition had heel
siibstituteii orer ths slgriaturss the ?arlo
Saun WOn wili.iu' to ISlI Sll they knew
of the matter
It finally ?!??? eloped that the names ol
Becker sad Musics were sasong t!io?e or
the first B8V|S< I'"' ker absolutely denlo'l
.-in? ?oiiiiei-1,.,11 with <?r knowledge of th?
pleit, BUI a't?-r a prilling examination
MuslCa at last sdmittSd that he hii'l be<li
08M Of the- iii?iir iP.rs of the plot.
Raluctaatly ba aaaatttt-i Ikval Becker
luid been -?|fh him anil that they bad
sihiune.l to embarrass Commissioner
Davis, m the hope that the trouble they
mlvlit stir up would rea? t in tnelr fa\eir.
The meist important witness to Mn
Btaa'fl ...tiff ?inn Is Q II 1.1 Porte, who
irotn his nil hear?! He, ker ?n?l Muslc-i
'-fraralng uaf the petition
"H? ker," be said, 'UmSSOM .1 MttS|CS
every few minutes and salel. '\\"li>- ?Inn'l
you say this?' makin?? ehaaSjSS |n the lan?
I.a Porte also ?aid that he believed
there was a suggestion that rniiunis
sioner Davis keep more In touch with the
prisoners instead of ??pending her tin.- s1
dinners arid making speeches.
Used Becker's Fountain Pen.
ilei-ker's fountain pen a . ?unpnil? ?i la??
petition on its trip srouod through the
? ells. It was ?list?n, t.ve in it? sl/.e and
shape and was describe?! by the pnson
? rf and afterward Idsntiflral by than
Commission'r Darifl teem ih t UUs makes
the fa'?t that Me.-ker was r.n" e?f the mov?
ing spirits in ths plot doubly certain.
According to M?mica, after the subati?
tutloti of sim ?tures had been made the
body "f tl ? petition ??as aenl out ^y
Philip Siatta, a lawyer, who ? 11 eon?
vteted tm a eberga of grand lareani i
month aivro, to his Btenograpber to be
t) pee ritten and mailed.
"I shall conduct a riul'l investigation, In
conjunction with Warden Hs
Commissioner Devla "is the ?Tort ???
ti\ the r?88ponaibUlty for the laxity In
enforcing the rubs arhlch permitted
pecker to confer arlth th? other m'-n Im?
plli it. .1, and ummai t . ? tlon s ill i e
taken as s;,.-.->lily as possible."
m , -, or Mltchel would not ?lis? uaa
Beck? ? ? HOT with tie- plot, but
said ti :.t he bad tOW
ii.ivis to go ahead and m ?ke a thorough
"As the facts are h.lni.- brought OOt,M
he | .|,i. *?|t j,,?- looks as if there wn? a
concerted effort on the part of some
prisoners tO create a sentiment against
the admlnletration ,,f M??? Devis In onler
to s'.uir, relaxation of the regulations
which she has enforced. I have told ' ST
to st;,k to the regulations, ai d In
their strlngancy In the CSSSa Of those who
are In olved "
PETARD MEANT FOR WHITMAN
MAY HOIST COCKRAN HIMSELF
The possibility thai tha sensational at
tempt on the part of W. Ilouike CockrSn
of counsel for Becker, to have I1 "
Attorney Whitman adjudged in cent? mp
at the opening of the trial W<
might prove to be a boomerang for ttv
defence developed yesterday, when it be
earn? known that at least s cursory In?
vestigation had been begun into the cir?
cumstances and truth of the statemenl
ascribed to Mr. Cockran in some of Um
newspapera, and said to have bean mad*
v hen he left the courtroom -that he wot
"through with the Backer case," and thai
It was "not a trial" but "an MSSSSbUU
Such a statement. If true, might be In?
terpreted as a reflection upon the court, it
was said, ami in that sonsa constitute a
contempt on the part of the lawyer. The
Initiative for such contempt pro '.dings
would naturally rest with the presiding
JimtlCS, but Justice Heabury declined to
dlSCUSS the Incident In any way 81 ' -
whether an IWSStlgSllOS Of the matt, r
would be pursued.
Mr Coskrun Batly denied that be mads
any such statement, and declared that the
reportera who quoted him to that effect
must have eonfUSSd Ids remarks wit li
these he made in ? ourt while making the
mction to adjudge the I'istnr, t Attorney
in contempt They were directed solely
?i Mr Whitman and tedndad no re
fectlon on the our. t Mr. Cockran added
that he had no intention of ?? ithdravv lug
from lbs Bocksr case
Insist Cockran Made Statement.
It was learned, bSWSVST, that one or tw?>
Qf tin- reporters who are SJ*.ld to have
?sard Beckers lawyer make th<- st.it?
meat had made aflMnvtts to that effect in
-.>.- '., strict Attorney's afltoa Subpoenas
for these reporters to appear m >' "urt to
uocy were said to have been MM ie?l hist
l.tgiit, In view of the poaslMUty of the
District Attorney making a motion that
Mr. Cockran be adjudged in contempt of
ccurt. In that event the newspaper men
\c,,?!t,| he .- ,"?'1 ? r on t., t.,Le "
stariil SOd ll !"?' as to the accuracy of
the statement Mr. COCkrSh WSS QUOtl i
When the matter wn? brought to the St*
UnUOII of Dstllit Attoi.-i.v Whitman hs
dstsllned t" discuss ll Hs rsfossd to say
?Tina SU? n a mo?
tion to-day Mr. Cockran aras not In i um
The work of gsttlna 1 -
when ?nun opened, the-.- arera only als
when Justice b?m1 i al ' p m .
after the sscond hundred tales;
the ?sp?cial panel had !"?? :.
Two Jurors were actually see-tireil. how?
ever, as one of the tirst live men was ?x
eussd by the court Blgbty-oas Miesmen
bad been sTsmfnsd durtna ths day.
An adelition el hundred talesmen Wars
drawn -.ft- r ths sdjouram? al : irt to
, - . i > i : i t > of ? shauatlng the
hundred remaining on tl ? i n ns
of Bat. The ramslnlng hundred on Hie
panai wui leport al the o enhaa ol eoori
dred ha-,.- ba so iMKlfled to
p. Ba, The sddltioaal nea wsra di ?
roquast of the Bisarte* AtUornsy.
Mr. \\'hitman SsM that he bsllSTSd Me
a Jurors 1
Justice Isabiii j raaj boM a half .lay ses
?? .morrow and thS ta? Bg Of testi?
The announcement at the opening of the
afternoon session by Jttl bury that
William B. D.i?toii, Juim- No . I
? v BSSd ? r.-ated something of a BSUSatlOB.
There was cua3ld?-rab.e .11 a? lo
the reasein for the wiUialrawal <?f the
Juror. Justice Bssll?JI| sad !"-" t .'t
torney Whitman would not dlSCUSa ths
Daitun was in bis seal durti a ths I t ' -
Ins at.?siut; His ??at 1 at the
Sfaaalag of the afternoon BSSSloa Bad SB
?oon a? Justice Seabury wsat on the
Leu, h hs BaM
I !-.ve to announee that | trot BfS I
n? hi? ,.?? n ? ' I ?
What Says Ben Franklin To-day?
PICTOGRAPH NO. 48.
MAY 8, 1914.
BEN FRANKLIN SAYS:
PICTOGRAPH NO. 48.
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MAO. ORDER BLA\!C.
The New York Tribune,
New York City, N. Y.
Endowed It $.for uhich send me the
items m?rit?e below;
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to date .45c
Record Book and Back
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to No. 35.70c.
.Send money In stamps, postal or express money order, or rheck
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iiis withdrawal in no way reflects upo
.Mr. Dalton "
Jostles ?sabery sad r?:-tiict Attorns
Whitman v.. '<? in conference in th
judge's chamb'-is after court adjourne
I mOrnlng SSSSlon, and when aske
about the confer,- ? tlhi nOWSpaps
?n. ti JUStkS Bsabury said he would mak
M?neement at the opening of com
that Juror No. 2 was ex
He gave no reason, further than to sa
i \c -i at |tr Dalton'a re<|iiest and WS
Votion upon the Juror. It was un
1 tii r the Dlstr.ct Attorney r?
? ? ?..i a communication in regard t
juror No. -, whi? h he submitted to Jus
* .-? ?. but Mr. Whitman decllni
what the nature of it w.?s. fi
WOUldn'l Bey that bS bad re. ci?-.-d a ?oiu
I'., ckei t- ok mote Interest in t..
t ,,[, ,.; th,. ?jurors yesterday than be ?n?
?? ? His wife was allow?-! I
? .t n.-ai him again, ami they ?enferre
frequently, by a smile or a nod of th'
bead, in approval "r disapprove! of ?
proepei tlv? luror while he was b?
ainined. Becker was permitted to com?
from ta? pria? n pen to talk with his erlfi
a few minut? before ?ustfc a w
had a loi a after eoor
adjourned m tha afternoon, u a ?
deratood '.t had to do mostly with Com
ner ? i ?? a? ? uaatlon that Bocket
-, | . piracy in th?
i.t her a ?
and the tightening of the prison refill.,
lions BO .is io I ..i Mis. H.-i-k? r from ? ?
Ing her hu ? sras ae oro
peni? i i". .,.
: iltted to accompany his
wite to a Qenera] Sessions fury room, or
. and to continue their tall
ifter tin- courtroom was ele?ured. They
w, re ? panted by Herford T Ma i
D ns.-l for Becker, and a
In view f.f the new regulations barring
Mis. H?-?ker from the Tomba District At
lorney whitman arranged to have Bock?
er and his wife use the Jury room f'-r
conference at any
of court ho ? i are? done ? ? ly ?s a
matter of convenlen i for Mrs Becker,
. :.ot always go with her
to the Tomb?.
Crowd Barred Out.
a larga crowd of the curious b eel aged
the ? rlmlnal Caerla Bullding in hupe that
a Mild gain el.tl ai,,-9 to r ? ?
room. The ? orri.lors had been fenced off
by benches aome distance from tl
ro the courtroom, in ' '
? * SO stationed outside kept
? ond the i '?:.. bee No
? ter the courtroom,
interested in the
. 00 'he ! a ne 1
and the report? a
Twenty-eight talesmen were examined
:\th Juror was obtained. He
I right W Cuoter, fifty-eight years
I, a printer a; I inventor, of
PS V. si ||8th st He v. ? ? ? ,1 tales?
man eSS mi nod since the trial l,e, m, Am?
brose V. Karleye. thirl ? I SOTS old.
a ? ottoi. i .?i i...I r ..t .4 Thomas Bl
luror No. ?. parleys I
. -? V. . -t 188th s* :,.,! \v ... ?
luror N" . ???.?? ? soused at th.- aft?
jurors moved up a seat
in the jury t?,\
?-.-ui? talaSBBOa were examine?! in
getting the t?v?. new juror* The total
?gen ?,u Wednesday is Hi Moot ?H
-? ??? . ?. - i ...... ? .
t.-.at ti... bad ;orri..?i a .?'long eptnloo as
tu tr.e gVllt o: Inn SCOW OS of the d. fendant
from reauu.g ai.d discussing th?: grst tliel
of l'.ecki?r. At the rirt?t tr.al i?T talesmen
were examined before the Jury was com
late sight session, to secure th?? Jury a1
Martin T. Mant?n, chief counsel foi
Becker, was asked after court if Mr
Cockraa would appear asaln In ths ease
He would not Bag. Mr Mant?n will make
the opening addrsSB Slid conduct the case
CURBED BY THE LAW
Untermyer Denounces Try?
ing Cases in Press Be?
fore Day ?n Court.
Msmbsra of the New fork Co inty Law*
\ ?-? latlon ? bo mai last i
the Hotel Astor, applauded Ban I Uni
niy.-r when ? I I puhl c ;
tora for las "scand iloui | sctlc-s" of try
lag th? ir CSS? s ,n the newspapers In ad
?. SIM S of trial.
Mr. Untermyer, who is chairman of ths
commutes on legislation, mads all hi n t?
to those aullty ??( auch prsrilcsa
in the plural. H?- msntlonsd no namea
nor ?ii?i be refer to anj case by name.
After rnaUag his report In the forepart of
which was bis denunciation of ?uch meth?
ods and his re omnwndatlon that legis?
lation be pas.-..! t.. prevent them, ba sal
down just behind Bourke Cockran, B? k?
er's counsel, amid
"Tli.- committee," sai.I Mr. I'ntermyer
sritsd th?? attention of ths board
of directors to the ? ndatous
s of ti lag In the oewspapers In
ad van? ?? of trial by ihi ? ?? iri ? ? t
aie of PUl lie ?lit. lest an.I ;m? -ol't a "ICS. I
; in that ?-onnectiou that ?rom the
rigidly prohibit ail commsnl
ports, other than s fair snd Impartial
ii t of tli?? proceedings In open court,
which is similar to the prai ti? a pn
?n other civiliz.-.1 ? o nitres.
?nst the ad?
ministration of Justice In this com?' tioa
r pu lile pro ? ?? utora Thers la no
? i m ths pro?
i fors arand Jufii s In ? '
? . m I No.' ?? :
roony of wltnt .l In the pu II ?
prints anil often distorted, but their sa?
pscted testimony on the e?e of their ap?
irea before ths nran.i jury Is sal
forth from th? point of riew of thi
He prosecutor. The obvio
th??.-.. pubilrit) campaigns is to p??ison the
ratad and rsradsr dltncult the se
-? r>f Impartial Jui
Mr. ? ? that he Intel led I
invite the e o-n;..-ratio It of th?- I - ?? ?
able i ??? ? In -?--kiM- Isgl
t.i ? rhera was a
?>f applauss w h? n be
port wsa adopted without ... dlsa
M i t i i r- ? ?? - seat s
blr.'l that of IJourke ?'?i'-kran, who has
? publicly arraigned Distri?*! Attorney
For I . slleged p ubUi atlon of
n.--.? s ib- Igned ? ?? ? - case
aghlnsl bis ?
Joseph H CaVOata, ths ret,urn? piesi.iert
of the association, pal 1 u tribute t<> the
late Juelge John F. Dillon, the hrsi presi
?i? . I of the OlgBBlSSlllaS. whose funeral
took plaeB yesterday. Rsoolutioaia of re
Bpsal weie a.lopteU. and a ?u;o^; was
-i hy Bo***-a*S ?'otkran. The fol?
lowing oi?i.-ers w? re Ok
President, Thomas H Hubbar.!
? ut?, former ?*hi?f judge ??>:.
Cullaa, '.'liarles Snail-?.? and ?let,iv ***
une, i-:.i??ii ; M. Oroul and dl? t..r>.
Bai . > i- ttnooa Jame? M. Back, ,io
Bspa P. i-'otton. jr., juiiu? j Trank, i'.?..
Fuller. I.ouia Hsrthsll. K ?-. irnbaui
. MoITat, John (juir.n SSd John 1,. Sun-.h
Still Time to Go After Those $7,151
Last Quiz picto-jraph appears next Sunday. If you vart
tb-dav you have time enou-jh to win as much as H.OOO cash.
The i?reat free pktogrgp- offer shows the way. Don't wait
till to-morrow if you value money.
"Hurry!" is the best way we can ex
I press ourselves nowadays. We warn
I von to ?orne In the Quiz and get yom
I ?hare or the wonderful awards, anr
we've uneii ?verv argument we know
trying to make you realise th? ohortneai
of time. When we nitv "h irry." doti'l
tlilnk that we mean it is 6??i to hurry,
it is absolutely imperative to hurry
[? ? ,, i wirr the ease money offered
free In the Qola you'll obey our Injunc?
tion, for next Sunday the last picto?
graph is printed Tour sat of solutions
must be In not lat?r than Saturday,
This gives yOU lust a little over two
? - to solve fifty plctogrepha and get
them into the Tribune's ofn.-e. While
: this Is not such an appalling task, still
the mor?- toc- at ?our ?llsposal the more
accurate w-mi be your liet. Every addi?
tional day you spend on the plctogrepha
. will bring you nearer the ton.
So dele) not one day. Stir yourself
now, get whet supplies you r:e??i end
hus'ie for your award.
Anoth'r month, and a substantial
check for real cash may be in ?our mail.
Then ?our dreams will <??m?) true.
Remember, this Is positively your ?ist
opportunity. Take advantage of the
extraordinary Offer, Here is uist what
you need t<? enter, to play, t.? win, and
what it all costs
Poor Richard'? Almanack
Contains 6"0 sayings of Ilenjamin
l-'rai.l.lin, Indtldl Ig the .',n correct
answers?the Qutsser's Guide-Book
5 Cents Extra by Mail
The Record Book.65c.
1 "ermita you to submit six solutions ?
to each pletograph witho ;t any ???
pon? the Qulzzer s Note-Roo), ^
Listing-Book '? 'ents extra ?r
Pictograph? No. 1 to 35, indu
?i*/e, giren with Record
Book . <7RE?
Pictograph? No. 36 to date
given with Poor Richard'?
Almanack . FR??
Invest Just 11.05 'I'. 15 if 1 > mall) aa4
get circuses of fun. practical *e]-,'\ti^
and act rel irns ,;. ?? stay rut
as high as $1.000 rash. ? . |
a glorious opportunity pass by
Then gel bus? t??-?".?v and gal wh?t
supplies you need Th? ??.< - yon u.
fin on the pi tograph? the better Coj
-.! or write The "i"rII ? .
THUMB NAIL SKETCrT
BEN FRANKLIN QUIZ
The ?.' ils oi ?Ist? In solving '.'?
tograph? which ??r*--y,
in??? of Benjamin l-*ran_Lie.
The plctographs .- 'I on?
each dav In The T? 'fire
pi? tograph appeared on Ma h Tt,
Six s.,? ? ? ? -d for
e?.h pi, tograr'h. Awards r? listing ?(
17.150 go to those who ?.:?.- tl; fCitts
th?- highest number i
Kr.tr? ma?" be ma?le at an) tira? with.
Solutions are to be kepi n til all fifty
pictograph? have lee'. ;
If at first you don't succeed?
TRY SIX TIMES.
If you've e-. i.p-?-el answers for the Quls
pi? tographa thai don't seem to be por?
?? ? ? take action to-day to insure
having them correctly solve?! when you
? send in your list. Vou cannot make
changes or additions on?-e it has left
your hands Von m :st shoot ;>?I ?.our
arrows now and wait for the
tell you how many targets you've bit.
This being the every
ard, take everj means of making
0 will con ?
if you're not sure of a pi. togrnph
submit as man) - wars las
will not cost anything,
buy a Keie>r?l Hook,
- .1 mil six sol i -
? ..'h '.-. Itho ?
compsnylng them by any coupons.
Bul ?on in'ust ?fart to da o-, th?
Bsfe-and-sure wa> to I UttA*
i left Gat i o -r Ri ord Hook s|
DON'T BE THE LAST
UNDER THE WIRE
It's tOS I isks '
If jo : wsnl any ? is ba '<
graphs, act at yo ? i nr.por
Don't wrrt till the lasl wh ?tie Mesa
There'? i o a i< h tl
?i on a? ,-r ? an 'ell ? ,
? ?? ir t diaai .-tit at
ths last R '??
V'i i ?.....-.?.- ho -??:?
about tt "if you na.- time, don^ssg
.?. r ir. Tos
"Qalzser A" On? all'"?-d on?
A. W.. Ilobokeit ! , No ' ? > If the Ju?".???
"Yankee" 7". I r month
A. M.. ???. Vir?? ?Ik n? on th?
\ y. / . Itbara M ? .,
H. !.. !.. BayalS? -Kill ?ut each p1
. - .
Mrs. C, P., ?iStli M. - 1 ' S.?rue .,-:
? iKhrs. bel .
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i C. n ;,.nt of the pi--'
C. W.. ?>? r?e? ( it.? Tee, at Buelaees eoonter
M. M ?I.?I : - - I >-r y,ci
*e Date? sou ai..i eacb da?
in Th" T
\. il. ? .. y?, ?rk ti iwer '? number sa
. -3 Will
Usa SrbWsb ; ?, s Mank.
Il -, N g. ?'. Vou un submit any ?n
!.. \. ?.?No one know? ??ut the ?-neral
? . ? is?,
Mi.? ??. it. ltd ???. i'. Residence address
' "J ? No. (8) Submit an?- an.-'?r? m
Mi- l?. B., ?alllnuford Bead In full book
I-.'. I". M , I5ri?..kl?n Tee 1? aSI a relative
f th? h m" family,
M. n. < ft) It not necessary te regis
., ' ' ' . ' ?eying
.1. II I?. Staten l?lmi?l ? ? ir plan ii ac
J. n. m. Dem pun?? ?r? for yeer
' ? leal
aaewei (8) Caution of n?
s , I penmanship I? mentioned us ?am?
?111 he ,?f ?re.it eld to the Judge?
o. I.. E., Kingston four plan la a eeptabl?
If You Want Money
Here It Is.
1st award. $1,000
2d award . 750
3d award . 500
4th award. 250
5 awards, each $100. 500
10 award?, each $50. 500
50 awards, each $25. 1,250
100 award? each $10. .... . 1,000
200 awards, each $5. 1.000
400 awards, each $1. 400
Remember These Dates
in the Quiz.
List pictOgrapli . . May 10, Sunday
Qutl luppliSS sold
till midnight . . May 23, Saturday
All sets or solutieiiis
must be turned \p
during week ot . May 17, Sunday
No sets accepted af?
ter midnight . . May 23, Saturday
OIL CLIQUE WANTS
GUARD AT TAMPICO
Resolution Asking Wilson
to Send Gunboats Voted
After Warm Debate.
itiVSB of sixty-eu-ht enl , om
'.? ?th Interests at Tampi.-o met last
night at ths Rochj Mountain 'iu>. in nth
st. neat the Hotel Algonquin, to formu
?? iii? st to Pm -....:' Wilson to re
.Ii i ts to the bar*
tad afford proto<*tJoa to
americana working oil Intsrssts in that
Th- r lopted after miKh
lion, lit was not sl8ii??l by the
. although BCVSral urged It. It ?.?.??
t taci lews la the oil ha*
? were si ?rork in tlie meetit.fr
daa th il ths
? ?M bS ina.it?-' SB
?re the repi.
i Bi dard Oll Cranpany and
the Pearson iatsrssta A porsoaal
? rs of L#"?rd Coardray argad that ail
; thOSB favoring the rUBOlU?
tiou calling for gunboats in Tami
No representative of the Pi.-. .
Company w.; Chairman I.ucsy,
i^k ?! if theie WOS uny sui-lv
:ii*1. nnoe of the question S
lOSt on t!ie oil SIM, who Waited ]m f-n.-?
half B minute befoj-e the chair?
-uu.ed ths reftuiai otiataasa of the
Although repeatedly asked f??r by sev?
eral, no mentiein of the amount of money
wetta by assart?
mon. It w.-s
: <?f the meat ng that thlfl bS "I1 ?<'
lie figure sa ? iggastad
by tho-? rhs Wsnted II In -.?rporated la
the ivsoiilti??!!. was .???". whirl.
? ? ? ? r. . the) ?a-..i. ??i?
..- danger of lostug
A comn ttsa ??f hve was appointed to
i'i'-nl Wilson arul pre-.tit to
him the will of ths meeting. They ar?-:
\ ' ' I-oiu.. ll, of the Mi-m? an ai .1 I
1 >.! CompSJty; ?SV. A. Thompson, of the
? - --ati.iai.t OH Cot
sad 0serge [>a\i.ison, of th?? fJufd it?rin
. Una to the resolution, there is
great danger of the all weiis near Tam
: " laklng 1rs J';'l resulting in toe cum
,i ^ put e,( a Kl'-at souree of thee
Of \'. ra Cnta by
: rle.-t ' lead the resolution,
. ?anil.-s Wi.i'li we r.-pr- BSWl
BS : in the ordinary <-on?iu?t of
l?o-ir op?ration?, tue ?i eat iii,i,uritv or
I Da-lag A ,.? -i i? at..-?.
ifter the o?-? upation of
.' b*)Stlla demonstrations legan
ans emploi ed lu the
sssdsd t'-r Amorti ans In M.
an war ves-, h-, w !
-'.u?'o Hiver, giving risible as*ur
protection end ? '
siv.' Influent e. ???-:.. artthdra ?
that tun?- bava remali ed
"This was Immeciiat.'lv
i and danger to A morir s i sad no
recourse was left put to embark on Or?
inan and British vessels In the inrooref
o. To-do) practically ell A-garb
i tl a oil region, tiev?
On Wednssdny Mr. Levering with thr??
?>ther oil men ?ailed on gecn
Bryan, who t.?id them the? he bod re
seised a 1 Huer a "ici
Carransa thel they would ?io what ftaj
COiM t? gel the oil well worker? : ?
:t n-itiiei- w? ||d take any re
sponslblllty tor any sctloti of the other1
ther arouid . .
Mr Bryan added, gocordlng to Mi Lsfj
ering, that the tinted .-? . r- aient
??as not st ?he tune propered to send ?a
army Into Mexleo to ??rot.-, i the ,?ii Indss?
U. S. THANKS POWERS
British and French Courtesies
in Mexican Ports Recognized.
London? May 7 - Th? ? arm thsaka s?
the American government for th? I
anee ron lered Brit ?h naval ? racers in
Amers in .t of Tee*
pl< ". Mexico, w. t.: . ?
Su- Bflward <I:? ?.
The British -i deer Hermlona ha? oten
been Inatmmentel In helping Aswrtsss
i m leaving the city. On totrstt
SB she sent her boats to th? ?hoi?
to bring Americans to safety.
Pari . May T.?Upon re- ?II t of ? -?
Bone from leerster) Brpsa Myron 1
??. the An., x
lied open i'r- mler Dt ?_bsii -*
thsnkod the Frei., n i hi -***?
aas.f the I'nte.l gtetss lot ,he *ld
?Un o-; | |,, Aniel I HI'S ""''"
at P?re <"ruz.
The Fren? h ?rois.-, bSS ??88B n
b wntsrg aines M
Amariss?i totestem srhss oppor?
tunity offered gfee atssmrf bl0 N'r*
Ci ? ou Aiu.i .i. tin-.? gaya bB
Aniel; an o?. i.pation.
Dead Hungarians in Colorado
Arouse Feeling in Budapest.
?, est, Mai I - The ?i? als of two
lens dm ing th? : ? ik? d ??
orders m Colorado was mentioned
m the course ol the d?bet? ou the fot*
sign Office estimate? before the Foreign
Affaira ?'ommtttee of th. i ? . an !'-'r
ng Of these t?VO asm
I as arouhed ?-?.usii lera tile ?t-eling In liun?
- li. r. iito.il. th* Austro-llungariae
Minister of Foreign Affairs. Inforn
committee that the Austro-Hunga? ian
Ambassador in Washington. Dr. DunU*,
bad been instructed to take ei
steps for the protection of the l?gitim?t?
t? of Hungartai?i in the United