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THE SUN, MONDAY, APRIL lb, isss.
ASKS CONGRESS TO END
Jlt'ivlitinis Association Says Un
certainty Influences Busi
TMIAI STiS CA N ADA'S STATUTE
Mcnioriiil Urpes a foininis
sion to Sludy "ComIiIiiph
Tli iiirninriiit wlilch llie .Merchant
Association hnK nciit to ConKroHM nwklnj;
that nn onrl b put to the pnwtit tincrr
tulnty rcK'irilliiR tlio tnoaiilni? or tlio
Shornnn law viat made public yoaterday.
It wn mloplfd nt ii special meeting of tlin
aftaociatioti wooks iiro mid ban been
put in tlu form of 'nn iirctimont ly Henry
It. Towno. pri-Hldciit of tlio aKoocintion.
Tlio only wincestion tlmt Is tnadn W
that I'onnriw oiiat't Insulation alone
tlio lino of tlio t'uiiutllitii "combines
invent lent ion mm," pa-id two yearn
ago, wblcb Ih intondod to facllltatn a
Kprody di'lcrmination of Dm logal xtattm
of any t-tx-ciul form of biislneuM .iocla
tioti This would not interfrro. pay
Mr. Towiu with tlio ptuvor of tlio De
partment of .liwlire to bring proceed
itiRs in punish violation of the hw, but
would help to am-ertaiu quickly whether
any particular form of liiinon iit illegal.
At the otii'iri of the argument which
has JukI been m-nl to t'onjroiH it i de
rlarorl that tho .Sherman law it one of the
factors "nrtw adversely influencing the
Industry and commereo'of ttie country "
An n tt 01 ii pi i made to divide combina
tions in the presumptive order of their
legality .ir ioiiowh:
t tinnd Mud iiiKili.dKledly letali l'J
ehonse, hoards of traile and Hinilur loral
organization Inteiiiled to iirnvitlo their
inembeid uitli iriuin Information more
onlcklv nml erfeule limn If riicIi data
were eathorcrt breach nieinher Individually,
thereby lacilltalllis the nclmiiKe of c oin
ttiodltlcs and iirninotitni uniformity and
stability In priic. Such iirtMtilation
have no acrceiiicnt for the control of
? I refill (and possibly Irsalt Trade
nproriatlniiH of prodm-ors or tliftritiiitnrx
in one or more spwl tied fields which furnish
to their member credit ratine.. hwieph
data and other iii-eful information; which
Hf on - and itelcriiilne the allowance which
it I proper or expedient to make to cu
turner for iash citlcuieiit, for pud; in it
or rotting, for frelk'ht. Ac. In order thereby
to promote uniformity of practice and
to eliminate competition batted on misin
formation, and uhii'li ene to establish
and maintain friendly relation amoni:
their ineinherH by the holding of meeting?
tr tho discussion of matters of common
.1 hfiVotlve (but of uncertain legality
at picciiti, Trade ussnoJatlnits tthieh,
in addition to tho functions enumerated
in the preceding paragraph, dicu and
regulate price In order to protect their
weaker members, to prevent ultimate
monopoly, partial or complete, by the
absorption or suppression of the weaker
by (ho stronger memtiers, and to assure
to all the member.! a fair living profit and
yel which tlo not nnd cannot control the
market, because the latter I practically
cnntrolled by Influence beyond the sphere
anil scope of the association, or because,
outside of the latter, there is such substan
tial part of the Industry a to .preclude
effective control bv those who are affiliated
in tin? organisation.
4. I'ully effective (but clearly Moral
as the law I now construedl. Trade as
sociation which, In addition to the t unc
tions indicated In the two preicding para
graph, go still further by maintaining
effective control of prices in a given trade
or territory. I'.ven such association may
do good to an extent which Justifies their
exiftcmo economically. While maintain
ing a iiuallficd monopoly, they tend to
prevent a greater or aluoliito monopoly
bv promoting tho activity and coiitlnuaiue
of the smaller members, who otherwise
aould bo absorbed or crushed by their
strcmner competitor under a competition
carried to the point of 'the survival of the
littcit ' They favor the reill.atl(tn of profits
sufllclcnt to Induce producer to aim lor
ouulity a well as for cheapness, whereas
-war to the knife" implies the opposite,
the sacrltko of quality In the struggle for
Among tho elects which tho present
uncertainty duo to tlio .Sherman law has
bad on business are mentioned curtailing
demand nnd production, arresting growth
of existing enterprises, postponement
of new undertaking., keeping idlo latge
nmouutfl of capital, depressing prolltH and
therefore wage, reducing employment
of labor and curtailment of consumption.
Tlio effect of tlio passigo of u law
modelled after tho Canadian act, it is
held, would Ihj twofold, namely:
First, permitting certain uct's of partial
restraint and inonoiioly until Home ouu
objects, nnd, bocoiidly, eliminating retro
The memorial to Congress says:
lly the enactment of Mich a law the em
burgo whhh now lies so hetvlly on our
Industry and commerce would ipilckly be
raised, liiislnosw of all Mud would Ituive
port and attain venture to seu, willing to
take fair risks anil prepared to withdraw
from or to modify imy cooperative plans
tcntathclyadopted If and when they hnuld
be found to bo forbidden, but with assur
ante of exemption from penalty or punish
ment for so doing up to the time of such ad
verso finding -
Tho iiii;i;lhn law points the wiy to a
solution of the problem. It provides for a
spoed Investigation in any c.tse v nero six
in mole ilMens unite hi deiu.indiug it
ami lor full publicity as to all the tints
brought out bv such iuvestlKiition. lue.ich
ia-e a commisoii s created consisting of
a member nominated by tho turtles com.
plniniiul. t member nominated bv the tur
tles i!eni.ini rtiul ii third ineinber iioin
uiiteil hs tho flu.t tvio, all apiioluted bv a
i hum I bo commission reports upon the
Lots, whcietipori the court announces Its
decision I'!' h an ad may be passed nnd
become effective without altering oritmnd
Ing the Miermau at.t In any ptirtlcul ir,
I he proper function of the law I not to
tU.liie whi' in ly be done but w hat may not
be done Ml else in this free liml nl our
l permlstlble to any cltlen,
Tho defect h of tho present law as
enumetaltd by tho association uic That
It prohibits cooperation among enrnpoti
lorsin tonus so vuguoas to be dost met ivu;
that it contains no rule for guiding either
th puiiiio or the courts: that, whilo thus
affording no rule of conduct, it holds over
the head of business the threat of drastic
punishment for any violation of ita terms
at any tlmo In tho future.
In conclusVon tho association asks that
Congress proceed nt once by a commission
to Investigate the form, 'operation and
effect, of tlio Canadian law with a view to
IV adaptation hero.
Itlsena t'nlon .Not llarlng Ita Wmr
The citizens t'nlon llgure that If all
If llll- passed In (lie closing days of
'he hvlMntivo sesrlon IneieiiKlng the pay-
i'.'h nl N' a Voik city inn permltteil to
i i.oiu, b, i nl, ut t:ri(i.noii a year will be
i'tili'1 , Hip puyioll, or iiboiit hk much
t iiMiual Interest ami nlitUIng fund
I. aii. ' on a ,',,imiii, dun pome of cltv
bond- ii oitllni' to a wliitemcnl glvrii
ut bv the t'llizeiH t'nlon vistcriht, "the
ii','i n nd iriiti st tinalnsl the .ipproval
t tt - lulls bus not In en compb'ti'lv mic-
I 'Ibrre bills slK,'i In ()oV I tlx
It'll I'M won a .m,' to th piivtoll,
e - hlrh would buve Mildctl IJi.Tnu
t , l-ii Kiwit iiy Manr ilHvnor. anil
' stilling 7,oet) Iinh l,r,. ni,,ttveil bv
:tKV Aettnn oil othl'is Is ) 'lilting
HISS WINDMULLER'S DEATH.
father Tells lloir Press t'nuaht Klre
From Kitchen Itnnar,
Louta Wlndmuller, trensurer of the t
Tlllo Quarantee nnd Trust Company,
and well known hh a banker, writer
nnd philanthropist, wan Brief stricken
yesterday over the tragic fi.te of his
daughter. Miss Annie May Wlndmuller, .
who died Saturday night from tho cf-1
fecta of burns she received a few hours j
before when her clothing caught lire .
from n guH range. Mr. Wlndmuller, I
who is is years oiu, sniti yesicniny ui.ii
his daughter had gone.' to the kitchen
about ii o'clock, clad in a tight mom-1
Ing dress, to make some arrangements
for dinner, The Bcrvant was out nnd
Miss Wlndmuller undertook to stir the
lire. She knelt down to open the door
Into tho fire box of the range, and an,
she did so a back draught sent out the
llnme. Miss Wlndtnuller's dress took
Imre an'scmwnbinlo Urn
ball and upstairs to the second floor,
where her mother xvus III In bed. Mrs.
Wlndmuller tried In vain to help her
l!,.t-,.r Mr TV n.lmilllnf mil , rrn In
hla daughter's aid her clothing wJs nl-
. r. . . . . .
mosi niiriica irom ner nouy.
Mr. Wlndmuller telephoned for Dr.
l'riinklln If. Hooth. who nppllcd re-1
llir.tl UnHi'li r 1.-. .nut SUv I v. tlf I h ulrA.f
I Manhattan, the family physician, nr-
in vru mm placed tne surrcring girl In a
I tub of but water, hoping that the treat
ment iiukiii Ktivc uer.
I Miss Wlndmuller. who was :r. years
l""n e" V;'1 "X "T, "nt ComI,a,,'"1
" ,,-. ami iiioiiict.
ller ncllvltlcs outside the home were
conllned to the work of St. Paul's Kpls- ,
iinii x.iiurcu, oi which ncr inner is a '
, vntt man
NURSES INVITED TO PARADE.
NnmrthlnK Wrong With nooevelt.
yhnkpaprare nnd lrrr (inmp.
Iloofeveli, Shakespejie and S'lirey (i.inip while tho juror, whom ho had himself
came under the hammer at the reception drawn, wore- deliberating" on their ver
given to the New York trained nurse by diet III n case in wlilch he was interested
the Women' Political I nlon Jetertlay, : an, talked to them about it. tin the
H..O.O...U ior ureaMiig promises. MtaKe. ,
spetire beeaii's his pluys need e purgation,
and Salrey tiamti because he was a man'
ileal of what a liur-o should be. Mrs.
Harriot Stuntnn ltlftt. It uiirL-a nn tl,A ,.
tltnes of Stite Institution miller the ore. '
ent regime of the man' ballot atul on the
plan for the suffrage parade. '
Col. tloesevclt was criticised by I'r.
Anna Shaw for brewing a promise that he
would reeomtneiiil In hl memr to Inn- i
cress the appointment of eXperts only t ,
posts that shoultl be tllleil by vvomeii. ami noon oi ma' nutumny itiu-iii.'i.ii "
nUn lor iipimlntlng women ' politician to not Is; nbl" to get back till Momlay morn
hUhly Iniportaiit to.sts. , lnif . ..,,., ti1Pln.
?'i rev i. '.nut wan lies, rilioii tit i.ii' ii ,1
I,. Pool; a a typical example of nn old
fashioned nurse nnd a man's Ideil ol a
nurse, riiahelh S. Cook anil Mis .lohn
Koger unfed all the nur'es present to
march In the coming suflrage pantile anil
the officlul parade hut vva-t tint on evlnbl
tloti. It consists of a dome of straw soim -what
liken haymaker's, but the evere ofi m t
can ih iignienet:, a Atr. lilitcn eMitilned
hvn luttieiouuseoi purple velvet a nt chlfToii
worses iroin every iiiHpuui in tne cltv t sun luii'min
attended the lertititlon ami tool; swav lioss-slilp.aKhedid toall of hi other po
.nany parade pledge for th-ir lrlen.1 to s1wloiw. 'i hero was no ot.o to contest the
HIS ROPE OF TWINE BROKE.
Trying: Ut Ksrape Trouble
Has a Rati Pull.
Samuei Armour, teamster. I in J Hood
Wrleht Hospital suffering rrmn concussion
of the brain ami a broken leg as the result
! f. .r? "f. " K tm.l,:r .,,."i,r,,"cm "
inu mini uti'ir oi nn nesi nun sireet uy a
fewyardsoftwlne. Armour and the woman
known a hi wife had n nnrtv sjntnrHnv
night which ran noisily for several hour. ' delegate down t ii way. and lie Has
Karlr yesterday morning Umour com- strengthe.icsi l.o WianU lm it by . la
plained that the yapping of the woman'.-. r'"inK Sl'.'t' aZ , ni'i V L ?
,ln t.nl l,li fro,,, .ln,,ol,,.. Tl,,.
.' ,.. '
,i . . .r. " Vi. v, r ' ",",if ""' I
ihcemen. Valley, Morau and Oser i
or the West i:Mh street station. She told
them that she was afraid that Armour
..mv -wuK'tii i
would kill her . They accompanied her to
en., ilium oi. in. mil .iiititMii iiiunMiieaiiiime i
thltnr without a warrant. Shortly afterward
.tirs. Jiary -mc eign, tne jaiuirc's, rotintl
rmour Iving tinconclous on the stone
llatfjtiig of the courtyard
He had hitched twenty feet of tu me to hi.
bra bed and had tried to let himself to the
around hand oxer hand 'I he twine Imil
frayed ax here It touched the cuplm; of the
window ami Armour had fallen h.irtl n
ambtilancestireeontook luiii to the hospital,
where It was said that he was In a tlaiuieioits
condition but thut he would prob, bly
A Series In Aid ut the Cause Vlaanril
by Woman's I'nlllleal t'nlon.
Tor the ben-flt of the cause of woman '
suifr.igM und under tho ausplies of the l
Woman's Political I nlon a serie of intonn il t
alternoou reception will Im given on
Wednesday. Thursday and I'lltluy of (his '
wee!. ,u ,e iviioetiier itaiienes, in Hill,
nxeiilie. A loan collection of pictures hv
Kl tireto and liova will be on exhibition
and on Wecliiestlue nfteriionn at 4 o'clock
Mrs. .lease Albert Locke will give u tjl. on
(loyn and his art
1 hese Indie will ait as hostesses ut the
reception' xvctinesua,. aiis .lames .Aiuhleii-
har.) Itillut n I.Mu' ml II Ii I .. j h I
At, V -.i n If .; AVT m ii i . ' i
'""' " " ,..,..r.. .-.
t'arpeuter. .Mr. 1.0111 S. Delufteld. Mis- i
Caroline Uuer. Mr. Jesse Albert Locke
ami .Air. Mcriuyier vxnrren. I iiursiiav, Mrs
lolin X Alexaiuler, Miss France Arnold.
Mr. Uirueil Hum!, .Mrs, William II. II Vile.
Mrs. ( haile I'latt, .Mi- llurriette limnus
ana .xir. cieorge iiuiuee, i rlduy. All
JOHN d:s firemen at work.
They lio From I'ocaatli'o IIMIs to
Help I'ol Out a .Vrlghborlua: I'lrr.
Tahhttown, N. V. Apill IL John 1).
Ittickefellcr helped nut hi neighbor,
James Itutler, ut' i:atvlew thl morning,
when Mi, Hutlei's cottage caught fire
fliuil the l.ltcheu lange. lln sept hi
tlie company down fiom I'ocantlco ) fills.
when thn iilaim xvus turnec1
tlltl gootl work. Tlin onlv
at Kastxlew la that at the
house and the men were unah
with the blane,
Mr. ifocKereller a company
for anil It xvus soon dashing clown the
hills behind one of Mr. Rockefellers
teams. .sslAtutice Wus culled for fmin
rimsford anil Tarrj'town but by the
time thoso companies arrived the hlazr
was under conticl. The damage amount
ed tu M.uoo.
This Is the second time within a few
weeks Mr. Ilockefe.ller's company has
been summoned to llustvlew to help nut
WIFE ACCUSES AN ARCHITECT.
Has Husband Arrested on ('barge
. That He Brat ller Crarll?.
Hast Oiianhk, N. J., Apill It When
1 f W Ul........ !.!.-. -11.
tmn.t i, ri-i-iin, Mil ills iiiii-i 1, Willi 111) t
nir.i'o in New VuiH, wot horn l.iti liift
I i. . I,. .. ...i i,iu ,.ie ,,...it...i .....i ....
itlKhl ho und iiIh wife 4imnlU'il, and, uc.
,. ,, ,,, r. ,.,,.. ,.. I.... I . ,
, i mil ik In .Mrs Hti ieiis, In r lnikliuml
tuusiuii'" . h.ms . .-ii-s ,,, .....n-r, .ii ism "',' .... ......... ang ami urn uuuinncn sang also. Tlie
Lydui I. linnet, .Mrs. Ansel I'he ps, Mrs , fn nil the lichhaidt ticket ,r. Ho - other sneaker liesidci Mr liohlns wn I
iV,Tel,!i, v,e,1,',,.t.,,Hd,i,i lV!:Vi5S.Win lrtlLiilarly anxious for local W1,U "rXtmVS'" ''
Krtl'llieT'aL t'h'e'r"".;.!:?. ' WX Xnn n Mu was dlLgu'stHt , Mr' Vf '"',V4''"
Connetticut suffraice Association ;N H ' ; "', , , rol, etn of Cb , ,m b. , not ,
"' . '' hi nm nir,'. nn ink- hit m.ii'rr) ami I'sttirli'd In tlio Munnii noli'.
Imtlly tliMt ii rtot'ltir huil to lie i hIIimI ttilfiiiin mIiI. h a rlulitetHilim tmir III Im
lnko Mlti'lirn In the noiinti Mrn. HtfVt'im .lniitif(l In tin' km'iiiih: llifiit will Im a
til'eiiiil it nlnitmv nntl I'ulli'it fur th- nilli'f ' imlilli rrt oii inn nr lilm in llfctlini en Hull,
ItlllllltlMllllll I III V III HlllllN Jl 11,1 I'.ltll.lllllll.
SliiiMttT hi ' tut Slrii'iiH inn! Im nm. nil
I III Jull till 'lllllk' lln Will lu lirr.lluilt'tl
iti-iiiiirriin iiiiirilihK iK'tnro lln iirile.l Noll
Tlie Htevi'iiaiH lh. at 17 HIih IiIiiii pluri.
nml Iiivi n larKK rlnie nf Mciuultituix-fM.
Hlfvena la 4 2 era old
SHERIFF'S LIBEL SUIT i
TICKLES JERSEY EDITOR;
I., ....... i. c., ij..,,, ts,,n.i
OorllCCS Sa.VS Slllll SllCtl
For liaises Ills Standing
(M IjI LIKE IT TNTHKASKD
Court Action Is Culmination of.
j I)eloc,.atic Kow ill I
KU.MI!!nr(M,, N. ,i , April 11 ICditor
... i.,i v,.,i.... r ii.u inn
- , foe,s flUpn hoy,,,,,! Xp,-e.lon
" know that Sheriff Holcombo of Hunt-
crdon county suspects him of having so
much na S'jii.ikki to give hltii for tho privl-
PC ,,f libelling him. 'Hie Sheriff's suit
m,iiliui lilm for n iniich monex' remind
"" . -
""' u'" laI,rr' f ,h0 u,ry o
, .n,.nrtlnn.l, ni.i.ii.ti.linn'iianniii'nilfi
ni..niiunuiivmii..ii".." -i i-
for a loan of $20.
-l lmint got $:'t)," llas-ta replied, "but
Kdltor Voorhees implore Sheriff llol-
cotulie to magnify hi worth In tho com-1
muiilty by IticnMslng hi dumago claim i
tly fj,;,im. h,,t.-savs tho editor, "will
wmU;m folhs that the .Sheriff has an.
... , , ... ... i
"normou reputation to loso and that 1
am big etioii.th to pay n whole lot for the
privilege ol (laimigitig it
Kdltor oorhces w.i moved to uiese
editorial observation by the suit fori
N0.W0 worth or damage just instituted
acalnsl him by tho Sheriff The editor.
had published u story to the effect that (
me nnerin nan j;oiie mi" ,t joi .wm
. , ,. .Smireme Court .llHtice
Tronchard yesterday of n motion to dls-
mialifv the" sheriff and to 'supplant hi
Jurois with court drawn jurors, throe
of tlu lurorst mado nftldavit that tho i
SherilT hat! invaded their privacy and
t, jol to bulldoze them into n hasty deci-
ioI1 WI1Vi t.,.y supposed, by saying i
, ', ,' , ' , ')Ilntv to replevin
u"u .',,. n,i.. --L-i,v
"l cow a,ul ,lmt l lllP; ,11" ' fRre0 .
These incidents are tho culmination
of the hottest ractional row tho Demo
crat of Hunterdon county have over
known. For more than a quarter of a
centurv Jnine .V. Pidcock had lioen the
Democratic master of this rocknbbed
Democratic fitronghold. When ho died !
" , . " ... r ,,. ,lU
titlo till, after he had bellied William C
(lebhnrdi to n eat in the Stnte Senate,
Mr. Ocbhnrdt thought he would like to
Ikis tho county himself.
Pidcock would havo put him out of tne
R,n su.nniB.n the end of hi term for his i
assurance If Oebhardt had not mada u
, , wtIl ,il0 jocaj option crowd in the I
' ,ul'gon back to Trenton ngain
T. " ... ' bin,, (b.v. Wilson thought
fiublwrdtV triumph made him a good man .
to tin to in the ollori to gel i-resiueniiai .
WI1V 1110 neiUllOI "l.utll Il;ln n o. !
(ielmnrdt i popularly credited witu n.iv
i, . imi
Queen at the heud
of I "' I'muity fourt hero a .bulge ami
it, having Induced the (lovernor to
,,i ke a ec uiitv prosecutor of Kuhl. Mid
Tn"t full W lnllwnItli lh (lovvniui
Kill Uln uiiiiii'iiv mm wit' tiuiijn'i
mrn him nrestigo enough to land hi
f ri (. .i .Aseuilil vinaii llolcomtic in
Sheriff's ofllw over l'itlcock's .atuli-
ha not been without it accompaniment 1
..r uiisiitinn. Tlie Pidcock nnonle ac
I III Iltlll lit" inu iruucin
ciistsl tlebhurdt of having sent to Id
Sheriff n list ol name of thoso whom
he wanted dra xx n upon juries 'before which
he was to plead as counsel. I hey My thut.
thero h.m not been a verdict ugninst a
(iebhnrdt client stum hoicouiiih uecame I
islierilf Tho alleged nttetnfit to control
the juries xvasnmtie the basl of an appli-
clei'i-foii being reserved ,
During the campaign of last fall the I
Pidcock folk- stolen xvoiiian stenographer
nevvss'iptrs, ami one night last winter i
pidcock a floating around Trenton in u
mad hunt for the Senator Mr. lleb-1
luirdt is said to haw escaped from hi
seat In tlie ''ydc f'1;' ,rr ','f1.,'v',,M,i,,l5 1
xm .... .a,.- .u- , -V" JT r"1 ,
on win ptilico i igiu in lei i ii ior a ijimi - i
guard, which vv.i furnished him.
While all thine iminri'UA-re Axere going
nn iii the Pidcock camti against the oeace I
....j.,:.. i,n, ,t I.....M iii,ir.tivu nL
may )( inferred from an advertisement 1
. .:.t. nil t. t
'" " 10 "J '. , WI"V" " "' onereci ,
a rew.irti nir tlio "iiivn umi to me lun,
who set lire to hi house recently, with
an intimation that n search of the "liolv
Holler" camp will piobitbly result in tiieir
Little bvtilnv like these had varie-
i gated the progress of the war between
.. . . . . .
visited Avhile they were delilierating on
That visit xxa made the basi of thn
iiiiiceediugs hero yesterday to disiualify
him from drawing anv more grand or l
petty jurle'i In the bill filed xvilh the
rniirl. the tii'onoucnts a eie that the
IHO.ooo dumnBcs for alleged libel.
WELCOME FOR CARL LIGIN.
Plans of Labor Unions ( (7 reel the.
Ilrlt'hatav Alemher To-day. I
Arranueiaents were made yesterday by ,
lepreseiitatives of the Central federated
t'nloii, the t nlteil Hebrew Ttade anil nt her
labor boiliss to uivv a receiitlou to Curl
l.lidu, heiitl of the Ifilcri i imi ol' (iermaii
I 'I nulii I'lilfitw nml ii li.niillier ol tin. I .nr..
1 H!!lL,VlhM'lr.V.'ll.n,i'l !mlir!JlViml7.',.l.V"ll!!.V;
.lie Hut icii ( i ii" iitiiu?tiiri.!niM intti ihut
I'lVMlM'lH I.IIU'Oln, Ultl'h U llU llm tllU
1 t. .i.i.ii (limit I mill iiHiniliiru nl Ifinl.t
". ' "l ."' ' .
Hlllllllri Will lit Ml 111" lIMii III IIHM'l Mill)
ho u Imiu nn iniortiiMi mm
(lull; liiMntM Itu t't'iiKsi't tlir It'iiv
lllltl.lll I ll'l" 1.111 II" l.!',,,!!,", Il IH lllli
,, i ..rr I.IkIii III tli.'ii Im t.ikni iii iii. Hie
'hi I'llth Hlrt'.'i
llprr I, lulu ulll ttnrnil iittont n tnnnth In
litis i tniiitri HifilrKt xtevko ltiill ilnvnm
tt. ,i tmir itr .mr .Ilka. H..Kliik- t.f IioI.hII
nf tlif Atnitrlran J utlKnitloii nf Lalmr lln
will Hl.e.tk mi tmliiiir uf tint Hui'lulUt nam
in tti latter Itnu in nm niuy
ollicei s mere liild co nned only Jt votes ,,, jH ,rll of lllltJ Juwn, (iraphi.
for him 'I ho first (Inind Jury he ,re,v rnUy lw ,tetcribecl tho freedom from suf
iudictetl il.e I'lectio i board, and il i ha ilng which Americans possess lie
jury before which their trml proceeded ' cause r medical knowledge! und usked
somtt weeks lino that ho i s.lltl to h.ivn. helh,.r xvn am nnt l.oinwl v,,t. .... il...
I VI tr'u v'lIla .i,rM lit nil,. It. lln. I.iinu.il' . . . .. . , '.
' '1 " 1 hiiililciiiiir the trial liirors with a vprilh't I V??? ', 1
'I- to cope LtorxV 1 ario -ned to avo 7 d t i b . "? " i?.,!i,P,J?!. W" V, PH?.' 0-.meWn?
r -. ------ - . tic.M niintia. unci utllll April .1, .1UOUI
paper, und that i why tlm Sherin bus ,kul ,., Mhni.n n,.,i o,
was nnonru umuseel lilm so inucr. iiv suing 11 m for
To point to Scotch cheviots
is to point out a most tnterest-
t inrrfcature of OUr SprinffSuitS
ri, v,, umijgimj
, fancy mixtures SO apart
from the ordinary that even ,
tle layman is impressed With
, c , , J, r . .' ,
1C OCOtCnman S dett blending ,
nf enlnrc I
Brownish tones, grays, and '
, . .. ,,
I DlUe JjraySt all SO SKllliUlly
. WOven that the efTert5 irf di5.
tinctly new and refreshing.
Spring overcoats of Harris
tweeds go well With the Scotch
iiCi...... C,,--,;-" n,'-
exclusive with us in New York.
Rocirs Peet Company,
Tare Braadway Store
Aiiilioncp of 4,000 Hears Key
note of the New Church
-pii-p VlftllT TV HHIP ri'rtvu
1 nt' " l. ( 1 1 IKS
World's Frontiers Gone and We
Must Deal With the Bad Among
I's, Snys One Speaker.
At the opening meeting her of the
Men Mid Heligion campaign at the Htn-
podrome Haymond Robins of Chicago.
w"o has been through it, described to
an audience of t.oot) frontier life. He
called it the safety valve of society, in
, ,, ,.,. , . ..i,i .
"t " took out of he settled comniuni-
to mcu wno quiuoci communities for
communities' good. He said the frontier.
which began centuries ago in Asia, ended
at Nome goldflelds in Alaska. The west
thero met the east. There is no longer
a frontier for such men to go to. They
are Btaying in the great c t ea. They are
helping to make Immoral conditio...
"elplnB niaKe immoral conditions,
"'""'"n tl" must hamllo them, orthey
""1 handle communities.
v uiti storage c iinstianuy win never
Uolve tho problem of these men or save
... ui-,. U. I I a .
J""""-"'."' o riemeni remain
ing In American cities i added tho Immi
grant nnd his problem. Kurope Is giving
to America its frontiersmen. Borne good,
Bome lmd. Then he added concerning it
... .,Inl,. thn (ulH.i.I1 rh,'J!
a."'. l,nlc trie t liristian Church can.
''K"- ero mtu now, come oui into the
ojien und put up a fight that is a fight
p. wl noVer conquer these evil forces
And lf 'floes not tight it wll. have tit,
inw-aagB thereafter that Is worth deliver-
Ing to anybody."
'I here were. In tho Hippodrome men
'fi'""fes. i Here were very rew ministers.
Nine in ten of tlie men wore laymen whe
work for the churches in thoir spare thin
without salaries in any form. Theio
was little applnuso. Hwus not that nnth-
in was iid to ur.nb.ud l.t.t .b.t It
" 1 -'
a business besion of Christian workem.
The note of it was Hoclal justice, und il
. ..., .!,,. rnr, i.. i,...
for ch ldren-a II these must cease! tbui
the churches are able to put a stop to
. ... . . '
them, anil tlie cliuiclies must rise in their
mlebt unit Hrcninii nb it
" tut Hid accompusn it
On the stage wcro about u thousand
men. Over the meeting President Kinley
of City College presided mid the prayer
was offered by tho Kev. Dr. Clarence A.
lii't i.our inu Association .Male Uuartet
low iilauo of common humanitv. to take
a knowledge of sanitation, of aiiiesthetios
und of surgery to others, even if it does
cost ii some money
To-day nl Marble Collegiate- Church,
nm, ,.v-..,iim ami Twei.t v.nlnil, u,rJ.'
.. it .... ... , '
Protestant churches art) taklnir uctixe
part and at tho end of this week n.nuo
moro will arrivo from other parts of the
SALOONS VS. CHURCHES. '
Men and Itrllclonlata Collect tbr
Ntatlstlea of Both.
Seventy-five North American cities with
a combined population of 20,000,0(10 have
been "survryed" In the last winter under
the iliiectlon of the Ilex-, Chailes Sleble.
1,1 ,l,tt,K" "f '1H "0l''' "'' '
, . , . .,i m .ni..
u,l",MI,,ri ' IMIKHMI
l'i)l Willi) MfiWrniMlt. I'llK HndltiLm tt tlila
... . " . '
llylini riiiiki'i viitltiii i'iiiikii'Hh tu In' Ih'IiI n
r.irnt'k-ln Hull Apill tu In !M lia'luslxi'.
Alitmt I, una tiixt,tliiiiii wirtt ndilr.-HMcil
In tin- lnt'.il riiiiiiiilttii'M liuvlug ilmriTO of
IIik Mtim'jM In imcIi i if tlie I'ltlca, rtivi'r-
1 1 1 aiiimiK "llirr thlniia tli fulltiwIiiK ,
-ji ill t.ai.l u 'llt a liiiriiilnll.iii i hi it. I, (,,. 1
.silliJiMt: The iHipiiliitlnn. imuili'liml ntt-
.1 t. ..l..l I..., I. .,.. .., .,
V, ' ' ,V""' ' "V,", , .'" V.V. ' .. J
tlio null im, ilmi o nulla , rilni.-a and .
i. ..ii... .....n,.,i nn-, nn-
i i ii k i'Iit n ii
inti'i i . iiihiik,
. ,. ...
A Gigantic "Trust"
One of the greatest
"Trusts" in New York
at the present time is
the implicit faith which
the public has in the ad
vertising cards appearing
in the New York City
This faith is founded
upon the experience of
years upon the high
reputation of the firms
represented, and the fact
that they always live up
to the letter of their ad
vertised claims and prom
ises. There can be no better
business asset for an ad
vertiser than the confi
dence of the people it
is, indeed, a "public
We have the exclusive
control of all the adver
tising space in all the
New Yrk City Surface Cars
Fifth Areiue kses.
Study the Cards
We Have a Standard.
New York City Car
225 Fifth Avenue
Telephone 4680 Madison
A rfood index of the character of
stock at your Haberdasher Js the
EARL, tt WILSON
GRAYWOOD 2 for 25c.
libraries, recreational life. Juvenile de
linquency and the general condition
.imomt the churches.
Of the churches In these cities 77.7 per
cent, are Protestant. 1 1.3 tier cent, are
I'athcillc, 4 jter cent, are Jewish and 7
pi-r cent, of olhpr kinds. The Methodist
Episcopal Church leads the Protestant
denominations lu point of membership..
Then come the rollowIiiK ihuiches In
older: Presbyterian, llaptlst, Kplscopal.
I'ouKregatlonal. Lutheran, Christian and
Iteftirmetl The memberidilp tu all
I'intestant churches consists of J0.7
ler cent, of men, M oer cent, of women,
i! 2 per cent, of boys between the
.lues of 1 2 and ID and .l per cent, of
Kills between the ages of 12 and 18. It
l a strlklne thltip that only 6.1 per cent,
of the boys In the Sunday schools In these
cities are members of the church, al
though during the lust ten years the num
ber of men and boys uniting with the
I'toti-Htiuit churches has Increased 2 3
pri- cent , there being a steady gain lu
till" reapeet from year to year.
SI.ly-llvo per cent, of those who attend
the Sunday morning services In thu
I'loteitunt chinches are women, the
morning attendance at all the churches
" H PT cent, of the total attendance of
the day. .More people unlti-d with the
cbutcli at th" ukc of 14 than ut any
other time, and there Is u fharp decline
In church accession after 21, 1'ortv
one per cent, of the chinches have or
sanlzed movements to erect, struiiBeis.
There are moie than three times as
many saloons as them are churches In
ilui-e cities, but as tho Biirey Includes
many Southern citlus which ure under
piohibltlon rule, the actiiut proportion In
most of the cities Is much greater. Of
the neatly 25,000 saloons In these cities
tii.t; per cent, t-cive free lunches, 32.!) per
cent, have Kami s nnd rants, while 1.3
per cent, have bowlliiK alleys In connec
tion, ll.C per cent, buve cafes, a.j ier
cent, have hotels. 4.0 per cent, have club
icioniH and 1.1' per cent, of thu saloons
have dance halls lu connection.
Klftcen tier cent, of the labor unions In
these cities meet In hnlN connected with
saloons and tt.tt per cent, or the union."
f'Stilaily hold their meetings on Sunday.
In not u slmtle Instance do the luhoi
unions hold their meetlliKS In the public
schools und lu only one case does a labor
union meet In a church.
Amont,' the millions of subscribers to
the public Ubraiy 27.6 per cent, are men.
I6.it tier cent, uie women, 19.6 per cent,
ate hctvs and 17.3 per cent, are elil.
The tiuuncy of boys in the publlu schools
Is teported at 2.62 per cent. Socialism
has IncieiiM'tt nearly Mvefold In the last
ten years lu these seventy-live cities. Of
the amusement centres Il.J per cent, are
theatres, 23.2 per cent, ate motion plc
tut o shows, four-tenths of 1 per cent, are
penny arcades und 62.2 per cent, are pool
The crimes nnd arrests Indicate that of
thofn in rested 83.9 per cent, were men,
per cent, women, C par cent, boys
and 1 per cent, girls. I'oity and eight
tenths per cent, of the arrests wcie due
BURGLAR FIGHTS POLICEMAN.
Iterolver and Jlmmr Foand on Pris
oner When Overpowered,
A Western crook Rave, Policeman
Thomas Carroll of tho Murk btreet station,
Williamsburg, u hard fight early yester
day nftcr tho thief had jimmied hla way
'"" B"1"n f Umry 'WIWfT Ut 3IW
i !... uiMai rri. 1.1 . . n
i"MM.. iir-wnimi MIIU IHMIIIUlliy
Hit a nvnr Hi Uiilitrt tirut nl.nl a .,!.
..s. ..ww,,, MIM( (iifVfUlt 1 l UIIK'K
to iirmise her htibiiiul fur ft-nr lie nilj5ht
innc'i Mini luinri.
AIhiiii IIiIh tlmo Ciirroll tipprnnolioil tlio
Hitlooti from tlm illniciloii nf Htxirtim
M nwn niHlinil out
. i. .
hirt'tll. .AM lilt V.'IIM O llltlhlll. t If III llnor
i.i, . I... .11,1 ... ,i... '. ..'.... '
I III. IioIIIIHIIIIII M,i.(.,l
."" : nilMIIKt I llll'll III
'T" MIV"" lf"'. wli"o lio ImiI i, ,e-
yolvor. Oirroll tilow hia nwn plNtol untl
nn itoKiiu in in-Ill niB pribOllRI' OVOP I Iih
I A .1.-1.. 11 . ...
ill-nil. n ugni itiuuwixi until two otllr
direct attention to their exceptional facilities for I he
DRY AIR COLD STORAGE OF
Furs, Fur-lined Oarmcnts and Oriental T0u;s
in accordance with the most modern and approved methods i'!i
Insurance against Theft or damage by Moth and Fire,
at very low rates, also
Storage for Draperies and Hangings
Special Concessions in Prices for Altering or Repairing
Furs during the Spring and Summer. Lace Curtains
Cleaned at Moderate Cost and stored free of charge.
Estimates submitted and articles called for upon request.
Telephone : Gramercy 4000
are now prepared to make to order on the premises
FURNITURE SLIP COVERS
for which a large variety of Cretonnes, Cotton Damasks
and Linens is shown to select from.
AWNINU5 FOR WINDOWS AND PORCHES
of the best quality awning stripes, also novelties in tinted duck
with stencilled designs to conform with the architecture of houses.
of King's Scotch Holland with Hartshorn's Tin or Wood
Spring Rollers. Samples and Estimates
West 23d and 22(1 Streets
th AV..43U.UIH. irr Mtl. Ilest seat; I.Kv
&n CIRCUS i ARIUNI THE WORLD
ni:xt 8tNn.iv i:t.ximi. APniL ai.
SKATS NOW ON' 8AI.K.
MA XINF. KIXIOTT'S Th.. S. bet. H'y A 0 A v
T,r,N8'.,,5h, MR. CHARLES HAWTRET ZXuT
I.jrrlr. 42. W. nt H'y. K.Vb.StlA. Mts. WttJ. 4 Sat
LI I ILK. K.tn.l irtlrftoe.iav.
ltcelnnlnr MOV. APR. 51 (Senti Thurs.)
niNCH eHAND!!''" rrenrh Optra
JMJlT-:. lluusr. .New Orleaii",
wnnn Hu Krperlolrr.
.HITII T. Ttiea.. Stltli. ur. U'wiy. i:vr. K:1S.
'iX- R IIMtLl Tiin WflttL
MANHATTA X O. H.. nuh tt Slh A v. T:rn. 8:15
WKW YORK'S I.KAPIXG THHATBEg.
EIIBIRC ll'Kty &40thSt. live R sharp.
hmi iiib. Mai. Weil. Hal. aiz 'narp.
Marie Doro. Conmanrn Collier. I.yu ltartllni;
anil Nal, C. CoihIuIii.
I VflEIIII TIIEATIIK. lh St.. near B'way.
LlwBWM l:rf.8mi Mat.Tttur. ASal.'.-ao
Tn 'iiDHT 1 MUL J. RAIMEY'S
TSc" , . ,7T AFRICAN HUM
With MAHVKUOL'S MOTION I'llTl lti:S,
UlinCnii 4lh St.. near H'uay l'.e. S -5u.
nilUSUn Mniiiier'Wm. A sat. al!i
THE RlfiHT y: HAPPY
With Dorothy nnoaelly anil i:ttinunj Ureesr.
Neat Week -Will ri:siui:
BUI TAN "ti St.. W. of ll'nay. Kvm. Si'i.
lfttlirr UVtl .V Sat. atl'.-IO.
UOVI'.S NT.XT Wi:r.T to ltI'ISTi
UADDIC Wett tia Street,
nnnlll Uallnep Thurn.
tt Sal. IM.
V iWthSt..ll''ay.Col.nrrle Kvc.iimo.
mil It wol. Mat. at 2:10 flisl seats tl.&l.
C 1. 1 1-TON
KNU'KI'ltBOt'KTK. U'way & 3Slh
i:vs. 8 aharp. Mais. Wed A Sal. nt
NEW AMSTERIAM .
CM St.. near U'nay.
Weil Mm r.ik' . 11 :o.
I . n Nlahli. 1-'I Mai m,ia sal
Klau A l.rlantrer New Uu-li-itl I'li-ni'iti-
THE MAN FROM COOK'S
ZIEQFELD MOULIN ROUBE
I'ormrily t'.f Yuri. 'Ilitatn SMUKINi,
lleeulnr Mm Sal I'np VI" tu " M .Mm Writ
"A WINSOME WIDOW"
-1 a woMir.ill't 1. riioitt s jr.
lirMIH; OX'l:ltl SI'MV.'.
124 St . near H'uay 1'irs e:ir.
Wetl Ualv.: i! Iti'si Sfoisji sg.
'". THE WAIN BOW,;
Q1IFTY llr-i-vlwa), ir.tii st the 8;:w
VMIbl I Mallnt'f a Weil ASul ' to,
Anothri Colmii A Harris fiitot'sti, M J A
"I'uiiM I'lms Ian ulthllilsfi.ii" LfllO
With f;enri.'e Na.h A nnllare I'tltllngrr.
I HRF tiro.nlnny AMhhi.i;e. s:;m
ilbUISH'lil. Mallle hipi'lar l'tlirs
L.rs 1 n
lasts rnnir rnu
klllllC mi ,(,",.,-
V NEXT MONDAY ftf
Wl'.ltllA A l.l'KSCIIUIt will priittiit '
The .New Operetta
THE ROSE MAID
with a HQSKiit'ii i;ahdi;. or tiim.s,
I "IHF FATHER" ""tcrl.-y Thca..lth nr J'hAv
inirnintn Mata. Thurs. Sat Cie tail
"ir.tSIIU.NCi l tl Ai:iM S." Alaii D ili-
W'A I; mm n n-Hkis.
itioii.it r.MON, ro-Mt.in, m.-, t. m
tit'itrni i- Wt-.i u.-iih niiitr iissri.xiH'
M'ltMII.N'N Mill H.lll lilt: SIIIIVI
M'rrstllnitTiHiii'M I'.ve 1'iiiu linli ll.iri'oiiil
iHitlcomt'ii iipimirod. 'I'lioy no-i rr-hoit tlio
iitniiir unit loon nwiy iiih rovolvtir, :i
Ioiik jimmy, u hu.I tlrill nml utlittr litirliir
impli'iiU'lllH. All ItivtutiK.itinii hIiiivih
Hint lint oiiUr lull ilnor nml nimllicr ilnor
IimiIIiu frtini tlin bull into tlio saloon Ivtil
'I'lm priMiiur would only triv bo wiih I
t'lmili's IIitiriM, j.", yn.irs 1,1,1, ii'mi livini;
in ,i I'lmllmin ,Stii.iu. IoiIkiiik boiiMi. lln
aildfil (lint bit iinviilly nuno from tlm '
IMI.V'S.liniiyiril'h 'v S.'15'.lAt
LEWIS WAI I PR iM,.n.
Ill j nt a I re.
pii ; '
ilSlli.-?"'', "".ami Mr is-,
'v 4 Juh
finim. uh SOCIETY
BROADWAY ton",'. Mi
WEBER & FIELDS '""vi.
JAME T. POWERS "I.?: w". ! ml
j u riinp uriili,'
-" ' ' "). i:h us. sii.
liMii V - Mm FULLS 1HE STRIPS
it inintit i nun i v i fiiii ii i . . .
"Ml f.'MIt !' r" Ml, v,. ,, . ?l
i' THE BIRD OF PAIMDISE
LAST MADISON SQ. QADDEN
Ulteii mi i" ii iiv -,
" Dt'ti's l;n"i On limit
Athe new IJM ('Im. icier Speelario Suites.
y.'."..1.'" V.1 ' "l""'" .r.i.ic enallnn..
t-ATi: 111 ix st t.s ? si. iili (Jnre
. ,:V' ,!",A S! T.S ;.-ii. Ilos DHre
Ir.inrh llckei nm.'e. nm oner fil e-',
l elilRli alley Tlrkel onit e. nn H uj
. l,"i,r.sl OVUec. 131 w t:h M
A iti Oram! St , A Wanamnker Store
ASTIR l',;."' ,5,h-..15,t' tat. wi
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH
T!'n!",r,.',lm' r,3U' Mhv Phone WHn'
. fm Mt )ut : hi. .V)l- uim.whi Mm ,j
WALLACK'S i',?,al ?"J' . 'J-
t. ..1 ., . Malt,, V el t s it -i
II 1 S v of 'I II . ! tu 3110.
GALSWORTliy'S HTHE PISEON"
S fill? Mnls T ? 1 , ' , m:.o.
krnnetli ' 1 rrit.i ,,
all. ImIIiIi Ulniir Matl'il.nn In I,,, 1I1 nlv.
Maltlnrf. V.lorl.t, 'I i.-nl utit 1 a,
nM,,"r !1V'.M.1,-.l.),V,,('1 1 I DlM'Milll Til
II'll am Alirm it llDi'HM v Tifkii V i
frtini Ml-s liiinni', is Wesi ;uili ft., ami ni'i't.
COHAN T'll vr'11' ' ' SL
M ..7 ?1 1 vr ,,',''l M Ms. 11 til A slt.
Ill (ll.V.M.Ml IILMIilll. Sil.V
A Vriv MuvIi'.hI Omiiih ,y jrn t.illi.ll.
'.' til SI
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u.i.i.m;i nun hi
ilELASCO :!"';' .
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REPUBLIC y-'r n ,y "
last a tils s: in nn a nl
TIMES 1116 WKU
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Mt'ltlt VV llll.t., MjiTinlnv S'iin,.l
itu: voiii.ii tii' ri.i.KM
Rill. t Mills
llni Ir.tnie. Mai Tti-il
It'w ay A 17th l'v A sat Mm ;.' in -IIIIIMIKI.VN
AMI SKMKN I .
V A III li'M
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von '.. riMi i in: si ttoiii !'
liynrltlUSchuul Agency, llytuuJll. II it" llJ '