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THE SUN, SUNDAY, ' DECEMBER 8, 1912.
TAFT SETS GOVERNORS
"lnc Stntr Kxri'iif ivns to Stutlv
Out n System of Kiisy
Credit Willi Hunks.
IT WORKS WKI.L AltROAD
President Invites Three (iover-nnrs-elect
With "J7 Itenl Ones.
ADVENTURERS CLUB BORN.
I lilrl -four Wnliilerrr' nnnil for
ii..nri ivn..T.hii.. niiiu miirnniiiTintiw
n nliciliiifly m-iv chili riime Into be
in,: iilsln In the "tiiirnrooni" 'if
'l.nmnln'- utiluun rcj-laitrnnl. Thirty..
fnlir I'-irtrpiilKli'lltM, FotllllTM lf I ... , . .
I'miuii.-. i.vlutnri im.l cnu-nil vvnnilerer.s; I I'OIIM OI'Kei'S ill (. OllSllirnc.V 1 Villi
livilflin Clippings Sen!
tVaSIIINOTON. Dpi. 7. At the conclud
ing residon of the conft'renci (if lovt-niirn
i.'.d nt thi Whit.' Iloiw" this afternoon u
committefl of nln. State executive ww
named to make a Html)' of the different
land credit fj-teiii and to make 11 definite,
recommendation at the eonferenoe to lie
held at Colorado Spring next year as to
the bent nchenie unliable for adoption in
Thin oommittee consist of Govs,
riaiated of Maine, i-hnirman: O'Neal of
Alabama, Mann or Virginia, lliinnon of
Ohio, Mcflovern of Vlnconiln, llndley of
Mlsnotirl, Foss of Mii&suchuwtt!, Carey
of Wyoming and Johnson of California,
A resolution wiih alxo adopted thanking
President Taf t for his intereht In HUgget
ing that the conference take up the con
sideration of this bject
Mr. Taft entertained twenty-t-even
Clovemorsat luncheonat the Wliite House,
including Bleae of South Carolina, the
firebrand. The others were 0'N'e.il of
Alabama, Donaghey of Arkansas. Shnf
roth of Colorado, Raldwin of Connecticut.
OUchrint of Florida, Hrown of (leorglu,
HAwley of Idaho, Carroll of Iowa, 1'laisted
of Maine, Goldsborou h of Maryland. I'o-s
of MaBsachusetts, Elerhard of Minnesota,
Hadley of Missouri, Norris of Montana,
Oldie of Nevada, 1)1 z of New York.Kitchin
of.' North Carolina, Harmon of Ohio,
Twer of Pennsylvania. Murphy of South
Dakota, Spry of Utah, Mann of Virginia,
Glasscock of West Virginia, McOovern of
Wisconsin and Carey or Wyoming.
Three Governors-elect -Suiter of New
VArk, Cox of Ohio and Hanna of South
Dakota also were invited Mr Tuft
had a small party of Government officials
to meet the State Kxecutives. among
them Secretary of State Knox, Secretary
of the Treasury MacVeagh, Secretary of
, Agriculture Wilson, Senator Fletcher,
president of the Southern Commercial
Congress: Myron T Herrick, American
Ambassador to France, and Charles I)
Hllles, secretary to the l'reidnt
After luncheon the Governors grouped
themselves on the front steps of the
White House and had their pictures taken.
Thenthey proceeded to the East Hootn.
where the business meeting was held
President Taft, who several months ago
suggested to the Governors the advis
ability of establishing a ysteui of agri
cultural banks in this' country similar
to those existing abroad, nincle the prin
ciple speech lie said in pat l
No one who studies the ntntlatti of tins
country and oberves the trend nf nfliilr
ran be blind to the Important e of the de
velopment of our ncrirulture nnil the in
tenalfylng of our farnuiit: method-' in -in h
a way that the laud now ited wlmll produce
double or treble whut it Ims lieenaciuMomiil
to produce in the pnt
An easy eichunce between rapital nrnl
farmers, with proper--ei writ '. hu In'.-h
established in European countries, where
the rate of interest has been lowered co tluit
the farmer U on practically the Mini' hasl
of advantage in the borrowing of money
to aid his farming as the luilne man I
in borrowing money to nid nml carry rn
his business. If this inn he dnne abroad
U can be done here, and if abroad we Mud
that Government institutions adapted to
form the conduit pipe between capitalists
and farmers are successfully operating
why should we not adopt them here''
I am quite willing to agree that ronditiui.s
here are different from those In r.urope and
that such conditions make neies-arv a
modification of the methods adopted io
produce the flow of capital to the farms and
the return of proper security to the cupitalbt.
but the general plans adopted abroad can
he amended to suit the peculiarities nf the
present conditions, and a convention nt
governors, representing all the States ot
the Union, is the plm-e where such methods
ought to be discussed with a view to adopt
ing uniform legislation in all the States to
seodre the desired end.
There is no subject matter of greater im
portance to the people of the United States
than the improvement of agricultural
methods, thejkeeplng them up to date in all
agricultural communities, the securing of
proft to the farmer, the attraction of the
young men in the countrv to farming as a
lucrative profession and the lowering of the
cost of producing agricultural products and
the lowering of their prices to the con
sumers. Addresses were also made by Secretary
Wilson, Senator Fletcher and Ambassador
Herrick, who in a reort to the State De
partment several months ago made the
original suggestion on the subject of laud
credit schemes which prompted President
Taft to refer to the conreretice of Gov
ernors a consideration of the plan
Gov. Rlease of South Carolina, who
startled the conference of Governors at
Hichmond, Va , the other day by shouting
"To hell with the Constitution, attended
the session at thn White House to-day
without reiterating his views. Mr Hlease,
who was also a guest at luncheon, does
not wear the 'usual statesman outfit of
lilgh hat and frock coat To-day he wore
gray sack suit and large black felt hat
He was not at all annoyed by the no
toriety that has come to him sinco his
Gov Bleaso'h view about lynching
are well known to his friends in South
t.arouna nut tney nuvn never before
attracted national attention.
"1 want it distinctly understood," Gov
Hlease said to-day, "that I will never,
so long ns Governor of my State, call out
the Infantry to protect a black scoundrel
who has insulted a woman, f do not want
to see good white men shot down hv
soldiers to protect thn llfo of such
I was greatly misquoted, but I sav this
much1 If the Constitution of my 'State,
stands between me nnd tho safety of our
womannoou, io neu wihi tne I oiistitiitionl
I ara not worrying about my speech in
it ion mono or wnni my associates think
"And as to my ambition to enter the,
United States Senato, please say for me
that if I live I expect to go there. 'Ihe
lirst vacancy that occurs I will olfer my.
ef to the people of my Statu for election
and lellevo I will wru."
Homo of the Governors, were so much
chagrined over WeHse's conduct that there
was talk of ignoring lilm when the tmxt
conference comes nruiiud and inviting the
Lieutenant-Governor of South Carolina
North Carolina Soeletj'a Dnncr,
A dance was given last n lull t b.r the
North Carolina Society of New York In
the ballroom nfthel'liua Motel. Among
the patronesses were
Mr. fteor'ge tl. tint lie Wrv Thonini II. Yiillle
Mrt. t han. lalrrvllli- Mm. benjamin N. Duke
Mrs. HfurX'.f'ow'Ifs.Jr Mr. James II. Parker
Mm. Ocnrge M. (isles Mm. James U' Onborne
M,-. FPifiis I.. Pallrrmn )u. A. Van W'j ek
Mm. tt tl. Prltcharil Mrs. h U Miirrhbnti
Ur. IJniiwiy llus.rll Mrs. A II. (iuathmev
Mrs. John K. Primrose Mm. Waller II, Paae
U r. Thomaa N. Fuller Mm. Junius Parker
rs. CbaHeaM. Uran Mm. A Marvin Carr
ra.-W. W. Fiitler Mrs Ralph II, firaves
m. Joiepta II. Hlrancr Mrs. I'rnnk C Mcbanc
fmt together nnd during the cniire of
an evening of ynrti swapping organized
I he Ad eiiturcrs ("lull.
Tile object of the new orgaillJltliill.
which Is the conception of Arthur S.
1 lofitiniu, editor of .Iffiv'iiMrr, mid Ste.
plieu Allen lleviiolds, u sailor and gen
rial adventurer, is the 'promotion of
good fellowship among men who have
dune unusual thing. In tincxploltrd re
gion, only such a.s belong In this class
will be considered for membership.
i:erythlng Is to be Informal and there
will be no treasurer or dtl.'M of ny salt.
The organization formed last night I
only one chapter of what the founders
hope will be an international organiza
tion, Some of those present were: Capt.
Fritz Dnrinesne, nephew of the Hocr
(Sen. .loiibert, who served through the
Hocr war us a soldier and spy; Louie
Salle, a French artillery olllcer who
commanded a battery In Algeria and
who Is now a rancher in Alberta; Will
Irwin, newspaper man and traveller.
George ltolertsoti. twice winner of the
Vanderbllt automobile cup; Talbot
Muntly, KnglMi wanderer In India,
Africa and Australia; .1. A. I). Mo
Curdy and Capt. Tom Hatdwln. aviators,
and Henry Collins Walsh. preldent of
the MNplorer.s Club, who was elected
toastmaster last night, Mr. Heynnlds
was inaile temporary chairman ot the
New York chapter.
The Adventurers expect to meet
about once n month.
RESENT INSULT TO WILLIAMS.
Colnmbla Students Angered lij- Pa
per's Crltlclam of Senator.
Columbia Fntverslty wn.s aroused
yesterday by the publication of a letter
In the Spectator which was taken as
nn Insult to Senator John Sharp Will
iams of Mississippi, who Is delivering
a series or lectures at t oltimoU on
Thomas Jefferson. No official notice
w.us taken of the letter, hut there was
pronounced feeling among many stu
dents that as Senator Williams was a
guest of the university lie should not
be subjected to that Itlnd of criticism.
This Is the letter:
"Kdllor Sir: May I have the cour
tesy of your columns to aslt the politics
department whv they require students
to nttend the lectures of Senator Will
iams? In addition to the fact that the
Senator when specking from his notes
has an exceedingly soporific delivery, I
do not think that his address, contain
anything at nil .ssentlal to a first
course in politics. .Moreover, his ttttncl:
on Hamilton for the purpose of cul -
gizlnu .IcffetTon b contrast Is in ex
ceedingly bad form hero nt Columbia.
Ills biased overpraise of Jefferson l.
bad enough, but his stlgmatizatlon of
Hamilton ns having done nothing for
his country Is decidedly worse. And
this is the kind of prejudiced opinion
we must need? listen to. A Sufferer "
(lAl.liAOIIKirs STItlKK ITNU
COTTON MAN'S WIFE KILLED.
lilt bj Trnln Walking to sintlnn on
Yn to tlost.in.
Huston. Dec. 7. Struck by an Inward
bound Itoston train which she was in
tending to board, Mrs. .1. Hlton Clark
nf I'ratnlngham. was killed to-day at
the I'ramluiham stntlon. Mrs. Claris
was the wife of .1. Klton Clark of a llrm
of cotton buyers of Moston.
Mrs. Clark's coachman usually drove
her to the station, but to-day he
walked down alone. She took a short
cut to the station whlrti necessitated a
walk on tile railroad tracks. A sharp
bend hid the oncoming train from her
Itcriiliii Approves Sheriff WIhi
Aiireed u Pruleel I'niou
Men in Trouble.
lNDIAN'AI'OI.IH, Dec; 7 Die examina
tion ill the dynamite rases to-day of Fred
Mooney of Duliith, financial secretary
of tin) local, brought out Interesting
facts about labor conditions at Superior,
Ws where an explosion occurred after
much trouble between ,the Hyel .V
Patterson company and the union Iron
workers. Mooney expluiinsl that be sent clippings
about explosions to headquarters as a
matter of information, just as ho sent
clippings of anything that might be of
Interest to men en gaged in structural
work About a year before he hud sent
Information that there had been a report
of nn explosion at Two Harbors but that
he lookisl on it us n "fake "
Explainingn letter to.Tohn J McNamura
Mooney said ho had seen in the news
papers necountsofdynamltingnt Superior,
just across the river from Duluth, and
ns evidently this expln-don wns not on a
par with the one reported at Two Harbors
the preceding year, h had written: "We
had some real dynamiters here "
W. i: ll.'ildin' of Milwaukee wns asked
concerning a letter he had written during
n strike saying the Sheriff, William Corey,
was a "card man," or member of n union,
anil had told him to tell the members
of the union to wear their union buttons
and ir they got Into any trouble he would
"pinch" the other fellow.
"What kind of a lellow was this Sheriff?"
"He was all right," said Reddin.
"And you approve of siuh conduct on
the iwirt of a hherifl5"
"Yes, sir "
Andrew J Gallagher, secretarv of the
strike committee of the San Francisco
building Trades Council, said lie received
tt.non from the ironworkers' union for use
inthoLos Sngelesstrlkes. It was brought
out in cross-ovaminntion that the witness
had received and paid out 3.'l3.s; in con
nection with these strike
Patrick F.irrell of New York, member of
the executive' Isiard in limtl-il., testified (
in his own behalf, and court adjourned iusl '
ns ins cross. examination began. One of !
tlie letters he wrote to MoNumarn en- I
closed ii clipping on the diim.ige done to
the Sherer drawbridge at Fust Chester, I
N. V.. en rebrtiary 3, lil'is, and said "En
closes! find clippings showing what a high '
wind did h'-re Sttiuduv night " I
i ne witness said jie sent the cupping
merely as a matter of news.
LITTLE DEFENCE CASH HERE.
NEVADA MICE AT PLAY.
Ileini.erat etets Vacancy Wlillr Hr
liulillenn tinirrnnr Is in.
Wasiiiniiton. Dec 7 --Gov t iddlo of
Nevada, a Itepubllcan, started for home
In a hurry this evening. lie was
wrathy at the Lieutenant-Governor,
who is a Democrat.
it seems that on Wednesday the Attorney-General
of the State died, and
the nest day the Lieutenant-Governor,
acting as Governor, failed to wait the
return of Mr. uddle and appointed a
Democrat to the place.
Gov. oddle does not know what he
can do, but was mighty certain when
he left Washington that he would do
TO LIMIT CAMPAIGN FUNDS.
( olli-i'lor (or ihe lnillctc.1 ll nn
mllrra l lllsaimlntrl.
Organizer A. .Ioliaiisen ot lue State
llililding Trades of California, who comes
from Shi Francisco and is one of the men
indicted on the charge ot complicity in
the dynamiting of I ho job- ot ihe mem-;
bers of the National Erectors ssociation
for refusing to recognize the union ot i
struotural iron workers, was in ibis citv I
yesterday His trial will take plat,, a't ' "''" flaw's Hill 1 Fruit f Corn
Los Angeles in lamiarv and his ml-.-ion mlttre lniiulr.
here i to c-ollect contributions in aid of I WjulmsmoSt Iw. 7. A mi.asure
the defence ot tho indicted lin-li . , . .
He said yesterday he wii-n't losing s,.t.. ! limiting the use of campaign funds In
over his coming trial It would be hard, 'Presidential and Congress elections and
he thought, to connect the forty-one men lembodvlng the lesson which Senator
now ou trial at Indianapolis with the ' cinpp ' draws from tho testimony of
ciynamitii.g outrages witnesses before the campaign fund in-
tAXXICFti? fl, -ins committee was Introduced
appointing in this city," he coiitliiu.sl. l,y tile Minnesota Senator to-day.
"though we collected S.'u.(nm) In ( hicago The measures makes It unlawful for
and ffl.iHUi m SI Louis The men who are am person, firm, corporation, assocla-
on trial now are the victims of circiim-,toii or any officers thereof to send
-fitices The guilt of Ihe McNanmras ,,,. e frnm one Stnte to .mother to
The Elegant Christmas Gift
From the large displays of suitable ob
jects we suggest :
JPWP.l. TAHl.HS. J85 -Remarkable .specimens of
r.iro woods and pcrfivt cabinet work: cabinets lined
with sntinwrxxl: roUI plnted hiiiRes nnd locks.
GliORfilAN CARVI-D TABLH, 5.150 One of
our finest examples of carving: solid St. Jago Cuban
SHI-RATON DI-SK CHAIR. 60-A copy of one
of the r.ircst examples of Sheraton's work: original
brought to this country in 178.1.
SAVOY ARM CHAIR, SUO An over-stuffed chair
with loose cushions covered with the finest German
Goat Skin Morocco: filled with pure, long, curled
white horsehair and pure, white goose down. Other
chairs of this character in different designs nt prices
ranging from SS5 to $tf5, or to J less t'"ut generally
asked for similar chairs.
TOBI-Y READING STAND. S2S-A rather nec
essary addition to every library; solid mahogany.
HARTHLY PARADISIC CHAIR. $115-An ab
solute counterpart of the original Morris Chair as de
signed and made by William Morris: loose cushions
covered with Morris Utrecht Velvet.
LIBRARY TABLH. S48 Ton, 48U0: simple,
straight line design; made of solid St. Jngo Cuban
DHSK CHAIR. S40 A reproduction in fine St.
J ago mahogany of an unusual and meritorious piece
which was taken from the old powder magazine at
Baton Rouge (built by the Spaniards in the early 18th
TILT-TOP TABLH. $65 Oval top 28 inch by 20
inch: pie-crust carving on edge: carved base: in solid
SHERATON TAMBOUR DESK. $260-Repro-duced
from a desk at Wilmington. North Carolina;
date about 17o; made of solid mahogany with inlaid
panels of curly maple.
CARVED OAK CHAIR. $55 A beautiful ex
ample of a chair belonging to the Jacobean period:
cane seat and back.
LADY'S WRITING DESK. $UO-'irginia colo
nial design: pineapple carving.
STAINED GLASS FIRE SCREEN. $50 Weath
ered oak frame: .W inches wide. M inches high.
ORANGE AND FOLIAGE SCREEN. $225 A
ri:h and striking combination of beautiful colors by
Louise Twytran: mounted h a carved oak frame.
The Tot ey Furniture
1 1 West Thirty-second Street
SAND FORD EXPECTS PARDON.
lien. I llolj (ihoMrr Vi'rltm tn Kllm"
That Taft May I'rrr- lilm.
IUisto.v, Dec. 7. Word has liten re
ceived nt the "Klltn" headquarter!' here
that the Itev. Frank W. Handford, leader
of the sect, may be pardoned by Presi
dent Taft. The news came In a letter
from sthlloh. Me., and indicated a hope
that Sandford would be back at the head
of his llock In time for Chrlotmas.
f-andford Ih j-ervlni? a ten year sen
tence In the Federal prison' at Atlanta,
(la., for mnntdauKhter In catmint the
MAYOR ANSWERS $100,000 SUIT.
.Stephen (' Baldwin, counsel for Mayor
(iaynor, yesterday sent to Samuel J.
Honensohn, counsel for Alderman Henry
H Cumin, the Mayor's onawer totholloo,
OOO libel suit brought by Alderman Curran
because of htateinenta by the Mayor con
cerninK the Aldermanic investigation.
Alderman Curran refused to make it
public, hut he bald that it covers fifty-five
typewritten pacts nnd that SO per cent
of it iH an attack on other members of the
Hoard of Aldermen l-or this reason, he
said, be wouldn't be responsible, for mak
ing public tho "defamatory statements"
NEW HAVEN TRAINS CRASH.
Trnlflc Helnjril Three llnnrs (ler
WATK.m-onp, Conn , Dec 7 A freight
train with forty. live empty cars running
west was run into by another eastliound
freight near this town this afternoon on
the New Haven road The wreckage
caught lire, and Kriikeman Schmutt, the
most seriously injured of the train crew,
was taken to the New Loudon Hospital.
Tho main ducks on tho shore lino road
were not cleans! up for more than three
nours and as a cons.iiencotramc bet ween
Jfew York and Providence anil lioston
lirlslmns I 'noil Entertainment,
I rederlek ToiMisend Mfirllii sxiil vcler.
day thai at Hie Christinas fund entertain
lil.'hl anil milsieale to lie nlveii al Sherry's
inexi .Mommy afternoon tliere oii lie
presented nn attractive procrHiiinie or
itratmilli' ami operatic iphiiiich. Two of
tne novelties will he ihe Kui.iin llHlalull.it
Qulliteile. presentlnir III" niitlomil iniiflcal
llifctrilineiit o i:u-stiii leffiivals In l In.
" i"i . sou i lie i iiinese iiiurii'Iuii.
t hiiiif l.lni; 1 on. ulm niHke his IIihI
apiieani in Americii In fourteen s'ears,
Other enlerlHlneis will lie Mile, i'renl Inl
U III Mil. Ill If'lk .1 l.nr ..r...... l..-lJ
llieskler .Mine Vym le Trevllle, tiraen
ii' .!''.'. ! " 1 "no eonuiMiiv ami
lledw ir Iteli'lier .mil Mu.i.r S.'r.r-L Mini.. .
ion Hnd Ids sli.e.ir-old sUt'er Helen from
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VII I e tlllleS lllll V llMnlllllf n.w4 frm.. t.. 1..
... .v. . , .;i... . . .. '".''.'.' Mn.iiii
na'turalfi? 'iS' lir ?n "inn-'r1, ..." ihtttuence elections. This prohibition does "thf. of six of his follower., by railing
na i rall oulil Ii. jm to Inflame he . 10iitu.-al committees the 1,1 Provide proper food for them on bis
pub ic m nd at;ainst the inti hoe tr a s n"1 "M' ul l,ul"KJI cohhiiiiucs, uu . , ,. ' ,. , ' "
are Koine on now hill upeclfylnK that the national com- acht. the t oronct. He announced that
"Ihe steel trust, which we beh-ve is'mlttccs of the .several political parties . he is to be pardoned by the President In
liehind the ational Krector- Association, 'may make payments for campalBii '1 iei.tr ne wrote to tne hlilloh colony
had i-"ucceied in destroying every union sp,.';,i,.rs, transportation, hiilel bills, the I The contents of the letter have been
in the trades it represent, except the aissemlnntlon of literature and adver- made known to Holy Ghosters all over
International Assooia ion of fltldue millHntr I New llncland.
:rSy K, r"I& to civnainlp. i imtor Clapp explanled that his' hill ' Ho hopeful of a pardon ls the leader,
as a weapon, but it would be ridi'-ulou- to would compel the people of each State, it is said, that planR had been laid to
assume therefore that the members of 'to finance and Independently conduct , start a cruade In the West Incites, the
the union a- a body or oraniisl labor
Generally approved of dvnamitinu and
other methods of violence "
their campalRn, except In so far as na-
tlonal committees mlKht furnish speak
eiH nnd llurature.
SPAIN LOOKS UP PICTURE HERE.
Ilaa federal Aaenl liMeatlsatr
I'nlntliitf Kxhlblteil ns a Murlllo.
The palntliiB, "The Vlrcln AppearlnK
to 8t. Felix at Catitallcln," which Is at
tributed to Murlllo and which baa been
on exhibition ut the Imperial Hotel for
the past week, was the cause of a trip
from Washington yesterdny of a Treas
ury nuent, sent at the request of the
Spanish Government and commissioned
to Inquire Into the authenticity of the
He came with a Spanish interpreter
and after shnwlmr his credentials ex
plained that Spain had received word of
the claims made for the palntlnfr nnd
had requested the L'nlted Slates to In
quire Into the manner In which the
palntlm;, If Kcnulne, had been taken out
The astern, with the Interpreter, spent
four hours looking over various proofs
that the picture was really by Murlllo
and then left for Washlnitton.
The picture 1s' owned by .lavlcr G.
LoiiKorla of Madrid and wn.s sent to
America two years atro In care of Mosle
Urns., bankers, at 1 lCtchanKo place,
.lose Heola.n Madrid banker and a friend
of LonKorla, Is in New Vork, and when
he 'heard that the painting bad been
kept In storattn he Induced Lunfforia
to put It on exhibition.
Prof. Munrr to Talk nn School.
I'rnf limes! c. Moure, who wrote the
Teeenlly rejected si hool report which caused
so much comment, hppai, lo-nlcht at
s o'clock at the I'uhll" I'oriiin in 1 he Church
.if the sei.ison. .Mr .Moore will (oil why
he tliinlis his report was rejected
departure to be made as soon as he ar
rives at Shlloli. A yacht is bcinir re
paired and fitted out ut Camden. N. .!.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
nX.NIKI. Itriini, Min ill-il pepp-mlier I. IDII
left (tnu.alii. if which (ie irme '.ti.774 In Ills
wlitnw and llir rrt ut the f.intr Id Ms rhllrtren
MATILDA (I SI.AVI1CK who ille.1 tny .10,
left MtLV. which wrnl in equal slmrcn in her
tiiKhand. John II Slatbark, and iwn itauihleia,
JOSia'lllNK IIVW Ihe anprUl of the eVlale
nf .lnseiitilne lllun hiiw lint hrr brother,
llcnry w lit an fnrnierly nf .N'ew Vork. roi.
Icctrd her estate, ninalttlnc nf stocks ami
tinnitt. and illmnpcarcd, befnrr th traiiilrr
; could be rnllreied and before he had nald
hequeajs to MU IHan's rlatles Tlie repnit
shnwed that the lirlrs were t.reKln. Illan.
who was lat hcuril from at Ijis Anles,
HMII.IK II MAIITIN The will of Br Kmllfe
II. Martin, a funner prealdent nf tbe .National
tinmen s Christian Temperance Union, leaves
Jl..l)iil nf an relate ol lisjftj. tn that nrtan
lallnn and Kites Ihe balnnce tn the Hoard nf
S. I L C'c'ncnau i nurrlt.
Mrs. Martin was ihe wife nf Capt, John C'aMii
Martin, a retired roal operator who died ncrn.u.
teavlnr an estate of 7W,ni in charttahla anil
her nusbaniflu her will.
Little Six with 60 Horsepower
When you buy your Little
Six Limousine do you want
to ride backward or compel
any gueiU to do io?
The only 1913 High-Grade Little Six with 4 Speeds, Disc
Clutch and 7 bearing Crankshaft. Sterling Silver Finish.
Locomobile Tcn-InchUpholstery. Costliest Electric Lighting.
Tha Locomobile Company
Otntral Ofnct and Warki,
Brldf (port, Csnn.
roadway ft 79th St., Nfw Ytrk
The I. 8. HF.MSON MFC, CO..
1410 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. N. V,
Northern New Jerter Dealara:
l.nKK.VI'. MOTOn CAR CO..
M VVahlnctnn HI., NenarK, N, J,
Surety Stamps With All Purchnsi's
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d St.
lLxquisite Lace Waists
$6.00 Value at $4.95
The matcrinl in h lovely Rrndc of slnitlovv Iticc, in cither white or crenm.
Some have Robespierre collars: there me hip.li collnrs. to, nil with Hirer
quiirter sleeves. Beoutirully trimmed with white sil'.- P'pttiB, intcrmitiRkil
with crystnl buttons, down one t,idc nnd on the sleeve i.
$6.00 Colored Silk nnd Chiffon Waists nt $4.95
Our assortment includes .every shade nnd cotnbinatio:i in vorii: to
day. Trimmings arc tasteful und pretty. Color harmony he.-.- fitv.li ex.
presslon in the Robespierre or high collars, three-quarter sleeves and
covered buttons. There arc also many soft crepe de chine waists with
dainty lace frills at this price.
o'.Vclll Mnln i-tnrc Ihlui I'loor.
Special Monday 1,500 Pairs Women's
$4.00 and $5.00
Evening Slippers at $2.15 pr.
Here are some of the styles: i Patent Leather, beaded ,vnmp and
Women's Dull Kid, bended vamp, I tonsuc, Cuban Heel;
Cuban Heels; ' , . , ., ... , j
Black Velvet. Jap beaded tongue Potent Leather, steel beaded vamp ;
over insten. LXV Heel: Cllban Hcel;
Patent Leather open work, beaded
vamn. LXV Heel;
Black Velvet, jet beaded, Cuban
White, pink und blue ribbon tits.
Sizes nrc sure to be broken early,
to prompt selection is urRcd.
O'.Vclll Mrln More .'eiiinil I'loor
Presents of Gloves are distinctly a strategic
advantage to him who would "win her hand."
LONG WHITE GLACE GLOVES are the mrc of the season for
both day and evening wear. You cannot make a mistake in selecting
these, as every well dressed woman needs an ample supply.
Women's Long Silk Gloves, embroidered C- rfi
arms, $1.50 value, at, Pair V.UU
16-button length, pure silk, with handssmcly embroidered arms.
Paris point backs. Pink, sky, gray, black and white. Each pair in h
fancy gift box.
For your men friends -
Men's $1.00 Glace Gloves
One-clasp style, Paris point backs, tans and browns, fit guar-
antced O 7 C
O'Neill Mnln More l"lr-l llioi.
A'o Department is riclicr in appropriate
Gifts than this.
Hand ISap.s at $1.00
LEATHER GIFFS FOR WOMl."
Fifty New Styles of
LEATHER GIFTS FOR MEN
BUI, folder, 50c to $i.9S.
Three, Folder, 75c to $5.00.
Wallet Folder. 50c to $6.'W.
Collar Bags. 50c to S2.'.
Cigar Cases, 50c to $5.00.
Cigarette Cases, 50c to
Travelling Bags and Suit Casts
an immense selection. Travel
ling Bags, $.?.9H to S25.00. Suit
Cases, S5.00 to SIK.00.
n'Nclll Slain More Hr! no.it-
Jewel Boxes. EVc to 01.00.
Medicine C.'.je3. 5c to SS.' i.
Photo Kramcv, 5c to. S2.W.
Flaskj. 50c to S5.II0.
Drinking Cups, -5c to S2.')'.
Flat Brush Set, Si. 01) to $2.')i.
Children's Purses, J5o to S1.00.
Thermos Lunch Kits, St. (ID to Si. 50.
Travelling Clocks, $1.00 to Sit. 50.
Coat Hanger Sets, 51.00 to S2.'W.
Music Folder and Bag, $1,00 to
O'Neill-Adams Co., Sixth Ave, 20lh to 22d St., N. Y. City.
J I KLOSFIT PETTICOATjB
c Vi ri ii I Via nn cttl in mnmmwi WWWBk Loth for thm
presslvo store In vour viclnllv. I! Jcl '" 7iaa;
genuine (identified b the KL.OS-
rlT label) fill out this coupsn an J (LS Li VSSSX
mail you order. 0
Kloifit Company, 37 Wtst 26th St.. Xcw York: Dalt
Dtar SlnPlect 3cnJ nu ont KLOSFIT Ptttic'o'at.
Coe' ma'"'a' P S , fijj:.,,
15.00 UDwarti tn Silk Men v
Tho Willi Strcot edition of Tiik Rvbnino Sitx tontnli nil llio nimn.-inl
and tho stock nnd bond (itmtutloim to the close of the mnikct. TIip i lociniii,,,.
tntions, IncludinR tho "bid nnd nxlted" prices, with nddltiniial ikmvh matti'i-. rv
c'ontainlnl8ointhnnlKlnnmlllimlc(lition:inrTiii:!:T.Ni:;(. .Stf.v. ' .