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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
LONG WEST IE PiERS
Undid IMini;iti' Will ('(iiiiniii
ii'lf in rrojccl To-
fil l sTILI, IN norin'
I'lrr l.ilii' K.lrnioii Now.
nii'i! I'm- I'i'oiii Win-
1 i r I .III "i r.sl 'lit It" II I ppnriill-
inpfi ' .'' '. I 'IT 'illii'.M milii'ti
t,r I ..--; i il ,'iito liiiyr.nnio
t, i, i i i m hi" i liy ippriiMiiq (lie
i,.i,,f ,i Pi i.nniii il- ofiiiintti f ivor
,MC " 11 ti 'ti m' Ii ntr Piers between
,-. I f II 'l Hill Wist I'lltV .('V.'lllll
r ii - . -.". I'lin ml mil miiI rcpnti'
n i h"'".. it ion id I he nicr he idline
v v llihtieth xlri'i't liy iIimiviiii;
t, , ; C I I"- It. 'til til It pllllll til till'
I , i will turn otltivilly tint if j ihe
, P. i .it it that It Iil3 committed
,i f . noli, v ol untorfrnnt iinpnivi -n.v
. 'li will meet the denmnds ufth
b s i".'i" .lnp ciimpiinio, :iml vh it is to
h .) ic i eti will depend In ii litri;o decree
m 'u' bo Secret iry or 'ir tiriy Imve
. siv i ..i-il it Thi' lioird t hrcshed the
, i .It III eNPCIIt iVl' session ill til"
i , ii vn. tordiy iiftovnnon
l t it of ih" tiTinlirili riiininlitiii)
n. ' . ill I oi nny specillc pl in lor Mr
p,o. n r Hi. in In loeninmend thut the
in. i' IciiUlli li:ill m l.tKVi ri'i't The
pun elf will In; worked mil in nil it.-i
if l.ii"' mid whether i'i"H' will lu
ce ii t i"i foci lulu; of ! "s or
j-.. ti'ttnhet nf pii-ni of itr.vitor or Iims
li " millers of sh'-cr utie.ss' nrU
I- 'indirti)ii'l tint after tli? hoard
loin"'.'- itft'lf to a polio of pier "
tctii"ti ,iinl wu'ertrotit improvements mi
Hi w -i ul" of .Miinli.itt.in it inti'i'.df
tnai"i" n -imil.if plan for iiuprovt-ini'iit
in ni 'i Hrooklyn in till" coutx1 of time,
iV lU'i atu n on tin- part of cotiitiiori'lul
l mln n llrooklvn I'or r.'iMtriiitKm in
n . ml. tur of (iorii lnniN liavini; lionii'
vi rrtrt aro now lli;iintic thai wlion
unii- chad liavo lii'cn rpli-a-u'd
. ':rt in i hi' litKMtlon now pend
l.i III, Api-cllati1 1'ivUion tin. re
t;i inm Mm axatUdil" I in Ito.inl
i' M.i' li.ii ilt'i'idi'il that all a1 ovf
m "f thi iimoiiiit al the ili-,i.-,il
v .ifli'i- tin- (ItUioii hh.-ill haii
Urn li .mild doMi -hall li" n;i il for
fU V ,1' .''I f
ll,i. i .. itlon to huiM Ioik ;."-- liy
dicc i.i n and tor 11" uLuiv cn.ii v,i
(..hi.ii ,n thi. proiimM.iry rfjurt nf
v. ii i .., k t'oimiiistiuii to iiiNi-.i:v'a;o
" ii'.nns ..ml pirn- t'i ii-ioii",
i. "I i. A C Mnitli, .John A.
it. id I oi'.'i ( o i. ii i'MPiipr t'iilin
i 'I In -clii'iii i'or roloi-itiiii
ioi. 1 liii" Irom '1 hirtli'tli tn.i
iii. it oaiiat"d 1 1 ii'ii t!. Faun-
it ; tit; lat-i i- uii'.t l-nd- f.nur
War fVpartiiHiil til" i-iiy will
i o l.nd ioo'ii fur t-i'ViTiil I, tiiii
- and ii v. ill I .. iim-i.ilit lor t li
, l-rt lot'" -Mi udml Id! fict
I ranlil'.i. v i".-pri'ildi'tit of
'iiitioii.il M"! can. id- .Wurinc Com-
- 1 1 I ouitcd out that Midi an
iifi-i.li wai nii'-wluti'ly iiii.faiy and
ih.i' 'ii. i n lu'ad I ii foiiid li" fO r"-vl.'i-i.d
v iihoui .iin-rlVriii in any
ay iv .'i 'li" nut lialllo
nil ,.ltrr v r.c: n." hi- .V.d ".lu'ii
lt .j- -a . to thf world. ' l'h.it "iiouKh "
Hnroiieu Iti fid-nt Mii'iH rf HrooKlyn.
Ko'oiico President (oiiiiolly of Qiiei'ii
ncil t oiiiptrollor Pri'iid-runM hihI at a
mais tiit'i'tini; of llnnklyn iMtifim on
Mondav niRht thtit tJi"V would oppose any
itttmpt on the part of th" Hoard of Kt-ti-nwin
to finer into any plan of dock im
l'rovri!iMii lor Manhattan that would
"ih.m-t th" do.k fiir.dx mi tli.it Brooklyn
rm!d !' uniihUi (o a f,jr sliun; 'of
If in known ttmt Brooklyn oomnii'rcial
hofii will rontinti" to liKlit for tlm adop
tfi of ,1 plan to build lonu pi"rs lor pan-rj-rtz-r
MiitnOii)s in that Itorniigh, not
Ith'.tiitMiinK th" oppoiition of flm ft'.iin
hip rompanifd. wtiirh want to ri'inain in
ArooidniK to th" ttimatrn suhmlitfd
hy Hoik ( omtnifionpr Tomkinn, who ha.i
tiW kfvpii plan for Ioiir jtiprw abovo
Foriv. fourth Hlrrot. "ach bn; pipr. in
'ludma dirdKiiiK. proiwrty npiiulnition.
"icavniton and ronttriiotion, would pint
"i th i.lnhborhood of Jj.Oui "hi. It hu
hiin (.oiriind out that ir may bp n:o.-,ary
io "hari the il"ainships a rontal which
oni of 'limn may not IppI Win paying
' ommit'ins tlw oily to n dpfinil" polipy
n tt niatt'T of thp WVft Kidi mtuatioii
" " i ii lilii.pd. cau" the Ki'dpral
rfutnoruips to nipt th" rity tnoro tliau
ci'i w,v in an nrraiippnipnt for pii'r
ttin- in bnlow Tmrlii'th ftrpi't.
KEV EDWARDS COMDIG HERE.
Sflni I'l-rai'lHM- fur tirnr" I liuri'li
nllpil I'fiini lllnnl.j'p.
' Iw.uk'p It w.if learni'd yps
,i mi. !:. Kri'ilnrlnlt Kdwnrili,
m .Lime.- Cliiirch In that
i f "jrrii-il to ni't'ppt plectlon an
.ii mr in C.r.icr riiurch. thlt
i .;iv '.i t.p-.'In on January 1.
' ii.ircli lu-t nlsht tin- rpctor,
pi r.iarlci I.. .Slattpry, wild
. .1 iiothliiB dlipctly from .lil
iii 'i pipumcd the rppnrt
l. a.- "fforts l'.ivc been tnaU
ijpp me Western minister to
. r- nf i-ioct preachPr In not a
In Grace Church. The Itev.
! Na-h of Cambrldue IipIiI
or and the llev. Dr. tieorKu
Ii..i!iik.m. now canon of Hip
. t i aiiulher year, under the
t W n. Mantlnijtoii.
. Mr Kdwardo iaa once a
man in New York. He li
nlitl). hut was frraduated
.')- i irollepe and from the
'irnnr , T',,.,,1 ir!ch1 School In Mossa-
II.- w.ih rector at Maiden,
' -n Kiilnt? West. ll preached
1 i fli here oiip Sunday ome
THE ONLY SAFE KIND
The Guaranteed Mortftafle Is the
highest development of mortgage
Investment, n Is the ontv unf
Eklnd for i..e Inexperienced. The
rilnpiiMl. HI. . ...
vumumrTir.- Mortfwge certifi
cate ri'rescnts the latest improve
ment In this security.
It Is available for all Investors,
even for those who wish to place
so small an amount as $200 where
It will be absolutely safe and will
yield 4jt, exempt fron? r:rsonn!
t.i nation in this state.
So investor luit riw hut n w.i,
wi.iiiai u surplus, ftU.O.UMHIo
1 76 B'lvav, S. V. I M Kemffn St.. IfkUn.
?Sf rut"n St.. .'nrne
SENATOR WILLIAMS LECTURES. I
TELLS OF STORE GIRLS
silver, lint Lfllt'r.
s I In teller Suys Tu o New
York Houses Keep Tluit.
I'p for Monllis.
WITXKSSKS TELL STOIiY
'Inn I'oiiiilil Stock for Cn
lint Their Dividends WiTt
0VEHTI.M E PAY IS HA UK
I'ilthy H.ikeris Also Ih-scrihed
lo Specim u''islntive
Moip of th" flowprv litP.-aMirp written
i by iliilun Hawthorne ri eo- eclion with
the nro!iiotio:i o" niuiini: priti""ti,? in
. THAW SAID 10 HAVE
CEASED VISITS 10 SON.
I'tif.ik UeioHed Due to Evidence
Hiouo'ht Out in White .
v .it 1
Indication of an PutratiKcttiPiit be
twppn Harry K. Thaw und IiIm mother.
Mm. Wililain Thaw, were reported last
nUht In a de.iii.itch from Matteawan. It
w.iy -aid that Mr. Thaw' vMtn to the
.M.iif.-.iwiiu State lloxplal bad stopped
and that Marry ThawV .Ml.Hter:, Mr.
(Si orne I.. I'.irnpBle and the I'ounte.ss of
Yanuoiith. had vlnltcd hhn only twice
Iiup 'its failure to win frppdom at tin
Whit" Plain liearniK In June.
The reported lireali wan due. no the
ilcHpatrh !-.ild. to evidence hroimbt out
at White Plains mat Harry Thaw had j
iiiiiii'il irievpieniiy in III ttlltl lit-f 111 a
note to Kvelyn .N'eblt Thaw.
It wii alo said In the despatch, on
the "i puted authority of a prison otlli'lal.
that Marry Thaw recently had a chance
to escape in an automuhlle, ublch was
to talte hhn to Mutton, where he would
sail for i:uroH. Tha.v rejected the
offer. acciirdlnK to the story, sayjntf that
when he went ftee It would be bj proc
ess of law.
Clarence .1. Shearn. counsel for Thaw,
said last nlshl that there positively had
been no break In the Thaw family. Mrs.
William Thaw, he said. Is In poor health
and has divided her time between her
Pittsburi; home mid the home of the
Countcs.M of Yarmouth on Loin; Island.
She lias Mted her son recularly. said
Mr. Shearn. and experts to see him In
Matteawan this week.
KvolMl Nesblt Thaw testified III the
'city court esterday and she drew
I iuiiv person to .IuiIkp Lynch' court-
roo.n. Mie was defendant In nn action
br.mnlr by C.-irham - Co. to recover
fL'.dll fur silverware delivered to her
!n lUil.V She ald, and slip va very
amiable In .-aylni? It. that the silver
ware bad been ordered by her husband.
Harr. K. Thaw. He's In Mnttc.iuan.
At that time, a year before Stanford
! White was killed, shp said, her husband
had an Income of from 60,000 to JS0,
UOo a jear and they lived at the Hotel
Lorraine He never Kave her much
money, not more than J100 at a time,
she said, but he paid her bills.
A sealed verdict was ordered, which
will be opened this mornlnt;
I'lTTsiiiT.u. IJpc. .", -Itesardlns; the
rumor that thi re has been an estrange
ment between .Mis. William Thaw and
her son Harry no.word of confirmation i
or denial Is allowed to escape from I
any member of the Thaw household In I
When Mrs. Thaw's attention was
called to-nlslit to the fact that her
isits to Matteawan. where her son Is
conlltied, have ceased, and she was
asked If this was due to a disagree
ment she exhibited Indignation, re
plying: 'There I" no answer to suih foollfh-np.-s
I'Iioiiiiik .IpfTerniiiii He 'l'at.ex j
n I'lltiu itl the Colonel. j
J John Sharp Williatm. Unit ml SiiIlm
t Senator from MisUdipi, sKtk at, Co
hmibit t.'niver.'lly yesterday arteruooii
in th" ( Ico w llliimetilhal foundation
coiir-e on "Tlie Periuinent Itithtetipo of
Sett Heir William eonfliied hinwclf to
, irliodiK lory remarks, but In lusslnj; took
1 lini" toa-serl Ih il JelTerson was iinvlliini;
.but a "liuiiil and va'jillaliiij; nun at a
disllimuiilliHl e.-l'reldenl iui.i iuti
lii'ileit " Ho s.iiil Hi. il ltoo"Volt re.iehed
hi v M"liHioii by "rointli HiIIiir over llie
I fact or history Seiumr Williams sild
lh.lt ime one Hindu I i will" a bioR-
I iMphy of Je(Ter.ou sonio time
I - i'mib iiity sound fitpnSlii!:." said the
Seti itor. "hi view of the fai thai P'-eniy
ho i, men iiioKrapiiies nave ihsmi v.-'i.
Itiit Ihev ii'. have been wiitten either bv
.Jerrerson's most, iirden: admirer of by Mi Kllzul.elh Dutchor. a represpnt-
life oimhl to be written by a Democrat . a ' MI",, "M -euaie l oiiiiiiiuei! inviisiiRiiiiiiR
proposeu anil .cnillti; lactory lelsln-
lion yesterday afternoon that two do
. partuiput stole in Now York forpo their
women emjiloyees lo work seven days
I a week for tin en to four month a jear
and often don't pay overt hno for the
"When lhy do," said tdm. "thev. only
pay 50 it'hl. I actually know of two
department store where thi condi
tion exist, and I don't doubt then- aro
"In the mail older department of one
stow n couple of some Rirl worked
Sundays for mi vera I mouths, lieliovini:
tl.ey would Ret a bonus when the rush
was over. Hut thoy didn't eel a bonus.
' ,, . III' lllllll 111 I"" lllllUII ll i I I'llllH I .1 1 . 11
the Te'iinittrni and Cobalt district wa ! Southerner and n planter nil in ore For
I thai i the only kind of a man who nut
leally iiikIcM.iIii! ilelfer.vin H ivireer syni.
putheiii'.illy and relate il accurate
hitrodiiei'd in evidence bv the (Jovern
t ii in at yi t erdr.y ' M'tion of the trial
of llathorne nnd hi thtee nsMX'iale-,
ht are ehii'ni'l wit niiu the tnail'
Col S. K 'lilliiuin of Washington
orinerly hilructor m matheniatips at
Wr Point, who biKame a h".ivy stock
holder In the Ti maj;ami-Cobalt Mines,
Ltd . was aj;am on the stand, and identl-
find sntim nf tlm ""rrfisiiriiideTtP" as that
which had iiased between himself mid ! ""' north of
"Your money iin not been wasted " Col
Tillman was assured by the author-miner
in one of the letters, "nor ha it lain idle,
you can be assured of that, it has been
wisely 11111111111 by null who know what
they are about "
Col Tillman, who had testilicd at Mon-
elite's Kl.kklllll llf tlm tri.'il that fltirttlfr OIH1
a trip around the Temasatni and Cobalt r. iPJA.".,100 "'"K ror -vou rHl"
propertin in l!os he had spp.i silvpr t nuZh-lux(lU found himself lookhic
the aniount only of a lump the size of , jMlo ,). muyzle of llvo revolvers Tlm
In linger nail, bail to sit on the Mann vprb took itattiss revolver anil com
I'lie.illy and relate il
HOLD UP DEPUTY SHERIFF.
rumneii Who Unit ttnltlieil l'iit Of
lice Tnke I'lirsner's Itetoltrr.
Owi:oo, Dec. 3 Five yeKKineii robbed
the pot ofllco nt Newark. Vnllev, ten
this villane, to-d.iv and
escaped with about foil taken from the
cash drawer Two men llvitiR near tho
pot ofTipe fired on the ImrRlnrs. No
one was hit
Si hour afterward Deputy Sheriff
HlftlH, I bird baseman of the Hlliirh.unt n
I club of tho Stale LeaRlie, cauitht up with
i five stratiRer about a mllo west of Owhro
Lookiiir lor soineiioity, kid.' jniUlreil
. ot tno men pleasantly.
Tiffany & Co.
wis thickly encrusted with filth and the
iineive unii utLMisil were very ilv,,v
The ventilation was poor and iin;ieb)
In which pistrios were kept hid a window
oiM-niiin on tho sidewalk with the re.iuU '
thai dust w.ih poti i in i; in ahd set tliu; down
over the contents of the box "
lns'clor Sullivan then n mi"it d
soiiip of the lllly-si.v itdlar bikerieii xvhich
ho mid he h id found in filthy eondotioit
In ono hi Monis avenue. The llioux, he
sulci he had found chicken ilmtiim;
around urubbini; for foes I on th" floor
"II looked as if It hadn't Iven clc.ined
out for ye !," slid he i
'I he proposed bill itiobibiln "the em
ploymenl of ilisMsnl bi,Ueiii No per-.
and several of Iho fiirls had made them- , ? ' ,,:,s1 t''ercuio-.ls, ;.'.-r.uia or
, . .Menereal ditMw-s or anv oalli n:e ', in
selxesslcl: wotkitiR for so Ioiir a period . ,um.. ...o ,.,,ri. -,. ,...inillrli r
Ithv -condition. Tin, hinient fjoot. ( HARRIMAN DIHECT0R5 MEET,
a I.'iiro pin of the luklriR I clone.
iMflilelti I loll
I'lirtiieil to Prntret
LAFFERTY OUT OF PARTY.
' e !l
d ti. :
OreKott ConKrraniunn Won't MlenH
Wasimxoton. Dec. 3. Representative
Lafferty of Oreft-on. who supported
P.oosevelt In the recent campaign, cj;
iressed the belief to-day that the new
political organization should hereafter
b known as the Ucpubllcnn Pio.trcssHe
party. Mr. Lafferty declared further
that in the future he would not attend
IU'publlcan cauciHcs, would not support
Uepresentatlw Mann of Illlinil- tor re
election as minority '".uler and was dene
nllul ll. 1
WHll loci iioooo-.iicrvioiej -i ,i. in -.iiuiiii
coinbiti.itlon in the House.
Mr. Lafferty said ProKies slves should
be nh-rt within the next few years and
expressed the opinion that It would not
be lom; before the ProRrPMHe would
capture the itenubllcnn jrKiinlsiatlen.
"We should retain the name Repub
lican." said LafTerty. "To It we should
attach the word 'ProRresslve.' It Is my
opinion that the old guard U about tln
'.lied Many of Its leaders were de
feated In November. Otbeis arc
marked for slaughter. All the ITosres
sives have to do to come Into control Is
to keep nulled and continue llejitliis
the men who are really responsible for
the pllRhi In which the old party now
finite Itself. If we have a square con-1
veiulon four tears from now 1 have no
doubt It will be controlled by ProRie.s
Hlvt s who will name Pnutres.slve iiiiidi-datcs."
TAFf LEAVES ODE TO WILSON.
IrniiKltn I iiiuiiiikrr Wanted Mvri'u
lite Order for A it I belli,
t --tov. Dtc. 3, Kurt I. Iflrse
n if biouMjn, a constituent of I!ep
t iniiii... ritzKendd, ban Vrlltcn n
niT nt iifd "ii c.;iofIoiin Land of Lib
"' H. b.i;. a hfch opinion of tho
" r. nnd sent H to Mr, KUzKenild with
' " thai hp iihk the I'rpsldpnt to
'' n Kxecutlve order mnkltiR "O
iierlrj,,- i,an, t liberty" (hp natlonul
"niinni tu . piajed'by all military
Unci ,ni, umiK In publli! hcIiooIs,
i(!rsi.(orn'n wishes wore com-
'' ' ' to the PrcsldPiit by Iteprn-
l-'IIZKPr.ild. The 1'iesldent
." ("icn 'hat the matter wan imp thnl
1 '""'I In: derided lumtlly nnd. n ho
" nl"iit In rii oul of ollltCi hu would
Jeff i 1, SUcCC!l3ort
yesterday nnd rehear the following esti
mate of the value of the properties from
Mr Hawthorne's pen
"Conservative t judges are now con
vinced that itsiroductivoness (speaking
of the KlliLikcColialt proterty. will not
rival inerelv, but will excel anythhiR
heretofore found in the Cobalt district "
Col. Tillman, a a stockholder in the
TemnRiinibCobah Miti". Ltd.. had Iss-n
Riven an opportunity to obtain share of
the Klklake-Cobalt Mine. Lid. the
s-ennd venture of Mr Hawthorne and hi
four associate. Hut thin was only lie
laiise Mr Hawthorn" wiuited the Coloii"l
to have the chance lo increase the value
of hi TetnaRami stock not that he
thouRht hi correspondent really needed
to liecome anv richer.
"TeiiiHRiimi-Cobalt alone will irobably
make its stockholder rich enoURh,"
Mr. Hawthorne had written
O Henry Nelson a chemist of IUrIi
lanil Kails, N Y.. wlio was formerly asso
ciated with Col, Tillman and who accom
panied the latter on his visit to Canada,
was asked yesterday to tell what be had
-een at TemaR.imi unit Cobalt. The wit
ness couldn't reinemlsT very distinctly
what he had seen, but recolleeteil eni-phatic-ally
that he hadn't wvii any Rold
or silver oie. Like Col. Tillman he had
lieeii shown "the place where Rold had
vppii louiid." and that was all.
John M Henderson, a mechanical
cnRineer of Wnterhurv. Conn , also testi
fied that he had visited the Diabase
Peninsula in thin Asked what, if any,
operations he ha'd sis'ti about the place
the witness said that he uoticisl machinery
being mude rculv for shippinR and other
indications which caused nim to decide
that whatever mining netivity Ihprp
might have been previous to his visit had
Frank M Clarkson of Milwaukee. Wis
custodian of the safe depoi-it vaults of tin-
VM'-consm iruf i ompanv. sam mat no
had bought t:,i:.i worth of stock ill tho
Temagami-Cobalt Mine. Ltd , where
upon ho was assured by Mr Hawthorne
that the compaiH had "made good "
"It makes one glad to bo able to say
he has made Rood." the writer declared
Others who testilicd yesterday to having
had voluminous correspondanoo with Mr
Hawthorne weie Alma II Murtin, a nurse:
fieorge (1 Cotton, a consulting engineer
of Syracuse; Charles W K. Sneidr. nn
Ohio'lawver. LouiC lietohtnld. a surgpon
of Hplleville, 111 , nnd John W hhort of l
Mhe trial will be resumed this morning
at 10:3(1 o'clock.
tnanded him to "beat it."
The men were tracked to th" Su pie
hanua liiver, whero it wus found they had
stolen a rowboat The three were' cap
tured late this afternoon about nine mile
west or this village None of the men
was armed when ruptured Haftis iden
tilled the three
HELD AS "GENTLEMAN THIEF.'
rliiiiirr Xnlil In llatr Xlnile Spr
eliillj if Uonrillnn lltiuass.
I'lltl.AtiKl.l'lll.t, Dec. 3. (ieorReSag.irj.
an imm iculately clad young man in
black luoadcloth, with natty spats nnd
u gold headed cane, was arresied here
to-day by the police, who say that they
recognie him as the liest known "gentle
man thief" in tho profession.
S.igara Iiiih made a speeliilty of board
ing houses, it is alleged. He would watch
the iidvertisem ents of rooms vacant
and when examining quaneix would
not fail Mi appropriate anything thai
could be removed without exciting suspicion
"What makes it worse is tl.o. fart that
ns a rulo during the seven day w.sjk
p'.M'iod the girls haw to work overt imo
us well. 'Hint's going on right now le
caiiso of the Christmas shopping. Per
haps it wouldn't Is.' so hunt if they were
not fined when they are a lew minutes
latent work noxl morning."
Miss Dutcher th"ii went on to explain
that very often when women employee I Hie hill nn tr.e ground tlu
of department stores are cntmwlled H'Kt'l.i'iou of ihe env
work in a Uikerv.
To inako "iifoiivuii't't of t'lit s-ctinn
cf the bill po.islble if is ivopi.d in te-
lilire uii'diCitl iiisjs ptioii bv a State phy
slpiaii. The bill als t pro'ilblts ba 'tuenl
bnl: ri' t. and mak". iiisitccilon by the
Stale Department ot Labor cntiilii'iso.-y.
Al present .'i'l New ot keity'sliain'r iw
ate under the jurisdiction ol the Hemic -pat
board of health, dealt u c tinum--sioner
Leilerl", who testified yts.e'ihr.
nioriiuig, s;iid tlvu h wis opposul to
to work overt inn1
"In some cases," she snid, "this i al
ways the praotico, but in ino-t instances
the stores pay .'!," cents extra if a gin
works until in o'clock at night Tlm
,1."i cvnts is meant for her dinner, which
of rours" shu can't go home to gut. Hut
in tlie department stores wlejre they
have restaurants, and thi includes many
of t hem, her dinner is given the Rirl
and she gets no money whatever for v
Miss DutclierV, testimony was liken in
reference, to a pending bill which pro
vides that all factory employee shall have
one dav out of every seven for rest .
'I lie decision of the Supreme Court diifci-In-
lliesiiii'iratlnii ortlie t ulna sad Southern
PiiciUc coiiinnle v,;i f dinned ypileirtay
In two d","luile iletelnt'liirlits nnd a IliaH
'I he Ih t cur. was died In the campaljrti
of ucttitii.' iliroiii;li an iiciepl'ibln plnti ef
be hi ta tii hi of ti." tno coinpniiles when A
luotpclive ciiliiuilttee of nlnckliolilers of
the Southern I'aclllc, headitl by James N.
Wall.ii". lup-iilonl of tlie I ential Trut-t
I'liiiiliniv, nun eiimd Inte in tho day that
li li:nl iiei'it toiiiu'il, .tec ctiditiir lo the state-in-,
it tun lo. to pioteet llie hiiciesls of th
i,i ..i nl tlie Southern 1'ncl 'o conip.iny I'l
'li hinds of Ci pill, lie Vunnimrcmfrtt
oi iif iiii.iii jeiin'iiis i nt- tlie stockholders
mil lie in ill.' Itlti'l
Th- iiimiittee. in addition to Mr, W.ill.icft.
is iiui.I" up "' tie 1 1 I. vans, president of
llie ('..iit.liiuij' I i.e Insiiiaiicu Conip.ine,
i. iliu.ue uuiiiln: of t It. lininey A Co.
or-tiiinei' "f tt." ii, iit.'ftbe coinuiitlrn of
Mtoi'siioiili'i in tile W.iiiimIi teorvimUi.tioa,
anil nlio is ety i tosii in II ( i hck I tprt
iMiek vnius r a A H selnjiiuin. t.ankein,
mi. i All-it iijuin, ne-lileiit of thn Chain
Niitioiinl I -JM t ' ;
I lie ml, ei tlc'titlte i lent of I ho day wils
the nieeiiii': .l ihe eeciitlie coroiniltees
thev don't net paid for ,'"I,u,'r ""ii u siioi.ki in. jeit m Hi" tiauil i of toe n.o loads I i.e loiionlng iiictnb
Mutteis regard ing tire legrtlatiou will
be taken up by the eoiiiuiittPeVeilne.ln v
moriiiiii' at lii;3o o'clock in Sv cial Term,
(Part VII of ihe Supreme ( our!. County
1 1 oui l He Use
WILSON GETS WYOMING BY 792
A greater iart of the committee's se- I crat.
sion yesterday was taken up in consider!- Tnf t's
tioii of a bill which proposes the State,
licensing and inspection of all bakeries I
In the eotiise of considerable testimony I
) ItclMilitlc.-lii I'onitrpsniinii
Detniieriit liy I, till Mini i'lrr.
CliEVKNNK. Wyo.. Dec. 3.- - Woodrow
' Wilson carried Wyoming by a plurality
, of over Tuft, nrcorfllng to olllcl.il
flumes nnno',iiui.( by the Secretary of
j State to-ilny. .Mondell, lleptibllcnn, for
Congress had 1,410 over Kahey. Deino-
of the tno e ei utile Kiitiniltties v.
fli t at tlie i cnli'ieni e
ii.iue I.iopiI, linn iiiittt ot the board of
Hi" t iilnii and southern I'aiiflc "Oinpfiiiles..
Mm Iin er .silibT. rums imilerll, Vi II
llitiii I "ciiefcilcr, ineiiibers ef t.xecutl
i oiiiniilt.'P- of lioth lines, and II, V, )
l oiest. ii t'lnls-r of the executive coinir.Ut
of the Miiitlit'in lacllle. Utlo II. Kahn.
iiiemlPt' ol the two i iiiiunltlepH. is abroad.
Mm . in lim-hltt of c hlp.igo, rluilrmnn of
i the iiiuiiii it I h" c lilcngo mill .Mirtliwestern,
Ilea Is nMMiitH.', ol iii" eoiiiidtt.e of tlie t nloa
then. i, was not in tuna. I ho conferenc
l.i-ted oier two hour 'I he directors will
tiifel mi" wee'i fiom to nioriow.
II Is In il : I ii VitxMKr .or,
Wllsim's tolal vote was IS
U.ltl nnd llnosevelt ,t"i2.
I it ,1,'ilile-
s'lillon.'d In tin
.1 Savage, who ha been
school for recruits at Pollca
.is nppointpd captain br
Waldo yesterday. Suvskb
I'hree Die on Sen Trip.
illl lune clnirire of the school. The noU
. lion was in. nl" viicnnt by the recent transfer
of I 'a l. Tlioina- Myers to Ihe West Sixty-
eiiihili street slntion.
The nillun brought by Catherine V.
Smith of I1T Albany avenue, Ilronklyn,
lo l ompi'l Krederiek II t'lnxke, attorney for
the l.ite Irving W Child', fit nroduee nn al
iened Inst will made by child, nas thrown
out ol court yesteruny ny surrogate tuna
I l.L'un .-,...t:n. .1,1 l.lll .Hi 1 llfri' UPIO lIlIP" ll.i.'ltliS .'It S.i.l fin !.
iiiitv-i, . -p,.i i iiiiik iiii-i mil , ,"-.rr.i in iiioi .... ... .
I van of the Now York State Factory Com- , Autro-.nierieiin liner Kaiser Pranz Josef 1. 1 Mitti'
I inission testified that nut of sixty-four which arrived yesterday fiom Tiieste.
I .ww tors ciiy ouKenes wmcu no nnil I "n .iiniiinty .urs. iieiniiine I airnaiiks. Ill i , , . , r . -. . .L t.T .
itcmonullv iniected he found fifty-six vi-ars old. of Mititiiupuli", died of h.-.m I brought in a i rpvenue of IM.I to the Stat
in cellars and lilt bv. niieae. .xir. rainuiiiKs .was a
A liakerv in Kic-hth nveiiiip. which hie
a very goocl reputation and caters to high 1 1Z Vs", d-nths" ,mn tl"'
I clas trade, said Sullivan, "I found in ' sengers. "I he bodies were b
pnssenicer. Her body brouirht to port
and will be simt lit .Mliinii.nli Theie
buried at c:i
tirU :tH,IIII From tlnntrra.
,l.nNY.licc :t. I'e-ideiu hunter.' license
saloon i treasury for the inoiil li of November. Non
resident hunt ers paid s 1 ,2L'ii for these licenses.
I'll., inipt.ri.'itlon or foreign came brought
in a teveaiip of jinn dnrliig the month and
Ihe lugging of tiout Jill".
REFORM" HURTFUL. HE SAYS.
I'm. 1 1 it in it lire) lein i.iiKinrrri.
Il.islcrlii spoils Hiliit'Rtlon.
vMexander C. Humphreys, retiring t
president of the. American Society of ;
Mechanical Knglneers, openpil the
thirty-third annual meeting of that so
ciety last night In ihe auditorium nf
Ihe IhiKlneerlng Societies Building. -P ,
West Thlri.v-uinth ftrect. with an ad
dress on "The Present Opportunities .
and Coil'-equent llespnnslbllltles of the
Knglnecr," In which he took occasion,
to renui K that even In the lealm of i
engineering education the discussion ,n '
school and college of hysterical cut-,
nomic reform Is tending to unbalance I
men who otherwise would make good '
, considerable part of .Mr. Humph
rey's talk was devoted to general edu
cation. He said that lit remarks were
Inspired by n knowledge of conditions
existing in the New York pucllc schools.
"It Is with deep regret." said he, "that
I ppic.s the belief that college pro
fessors have frequently been offenders
In tho mutter of hysterical reform. I be
liexo that certain profcssois are being
remitted in thcr chairs who should be
Tlm meeting will continue to-d.iy,
to-muirow and Friday.
AIRMAN PLANS SEA FIGHT.
riiolil, fter liooil Stunt .rnr -Norfolk,
Will Tr In (in Din nil Mile.
Norfolk, Va., Dee. 3.- (leorgo H. Ar
nold, In a Molssant monoplane, madn a
lllght this afternoon from the James
town Jockey Club track to Virginia
Hcach, Hying nearly the entire forty
miles over water.
He picked up the steamboat Humpton
ltonils with tho delegates attending the
natlonul guard convention on board nnd
followed It down the harbor until he
reached Wlllnughby Hcach. Then he
Hew out over Hip water, turned around
and shot down the coast, landing safely
at Virginia Hcach.
Arnold said the lllght was made prin
cipally to show thn visiting soldiers
wiiat use n monoplane could he put to
In time of war. To-morrow he will try
to fly fifty miles out over tho Atlantic
tlcean from Virginia HpiicIi. Govern
or of thirty Slates will see the start. I
.XI nn Minis lilfe Before Hnlmny Train.
As Kinnk Auel'niood)". slowing, brought
his l,enoi avenue train Into the slntion
at M.'tli slreel ypslerduy u innn in n dark i
rirlped suit jumped in Hip pnth Lluht ,
enr dpi apilaled him and traffic was held I
il it for some lime, A ticket from New Noi'U,
lo Newark nnd a copv of n nrekly biikcry
loiirnnl were all his pockets Meld for Iden ,
DIRECT VOTE FOR PRESIDENT,
Consllliilloiiiil ineiiilnieiit Proiiospil
Illlls In Coiiures".
WAHiiiNCiTON. Deo. 3. -Among tho bills
int reduced to-day was ono Iry Senator
Works of California making it n felony
for a person or corporation to interfere
with tiny ono set-king financial aid lo
promote n rix'al enterprise in interstate
Senator Penrose introduced n bill au
thorizing the delivery of first class mail
mnttiir nt. n rato of less than ono cent nn
obnen in towns und cltios having free
delivery A bill recommended liy tho
Secretary of tlm Navy nuthorizinR the en
listment of LOnuniore men lnthonuvyund an I
increuso of '.it per cent, in thn MurineCorps
was introduced by Sonator Perkins of j
California. - , j i
Senator Works of Culiforniu introduced
a resolution proposing a constitutional I
amendment to elect tho President and ,
Vice-President by direct vote oi uie
Sl'MlliS FitON TIIK riUMiltAI'll.
A dee ownfil b' Hamucl Fnr.xytlis nf
Cincinnati, serves an nl.irtn clock fur
Its inimter Hlwrvlng that Ids itng woke
alniont Blinultani-ounly' with hlnimif. For
Mlhe tied ii I'"1' t" "in' f th" iIok's lra
Thin the nnbnal would Jliml'i until It wan
Th" tldril Tll.ilile hnhy. h slrl. what
father Wiis tnt In the illbartr-r. linn hern
hotii In t'l.elHni1. thn iiiuthrr hrlni; Mrs.
Ailrlr Ninunlhih, a Syrian
Mm Kilt Thompson, .t ohunl wnman,
I, I in he the olilmi ivonisn In llie miliary,
lint In Ihe liitirr.il llnit.il In I'alerioa.
mic w 119 rar old,
How to Handle
One year ago many horses died
during the Christmas rush
almost as many as during the
height of the hot weather. Long
hours, heavy loads, long distances,
cold weather, slippery streets
annihilate the best in a horse if
the horse survives at all.
But such conditions are simple
for Alco motor trucks. They
can run twenty-four hours a day
They travel as fast at the end of a day as at(
the beginning. Ihey travel long distances
They speed up the employees, tune up
the organization to a more rapid pace, making
the men who handle the goods more enthu
siastic, more patriotic to the organization
for every employee likes to work for the house
with modern equipment. v
And they please the ultimate consumer.
Hundreds of Alco trucks are put to the
task each year and thousands of presents,
trunks, meats, groceries, fruits,
furniture and flowers are trans
ported by them on time and
in good condition. Last year
at this time an Alco in the
service oi the Adams Express
Coppany delivered goods for
144 consecutive hours, without
once stopping the motor. The
twenty-eight Alco trucks in
the service of the American Express
Company, the twenty in the service of the Long
Island Express, the twelve in the service of the
Westcott Express Company andjiundreds of
others in a hundred American cities estab-
6V2 ton S ton 3' ton 2 ton
lished a new standard in expediting deliveries.
Against the horse is the testimony of 1,000
Alco owners. There is scarcely a condition that
the Alco truck cannot over
come. An Alco truck recently
delivered three tons of soap
from a manufacturer in Phila
delphia to a customer in Cali
fornia, a distance of 4,145 miles.
It encountered every type of
road, every kind of a trail, track
less plains, praries; it encoun
tered sand, gumbo? rock, every
type of bridge, high and low altitude, heat.
cold, cloudbursts, hailstones, and snowstorms.
But it delivered the goods 1 An Alco truck
is waiting to move your goods in the same
satisfactory way. Phone, Columbus 530a
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY, - 1886 Broadway, NEW YORK
BaiMm abo of Alco Motor Con u4 Alco Tulcabt
Movari of th World' Good rince 183S