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THE SUN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1912.
ELEVEN JURORS FOR WISNER.
' O, Inspector limr Ills "ncUrr
l.lnt" "f tJSMI0n Nimiip.
Archie l YVI'ticr, head of the linn
nf A. I,. WHncr &. 'o., of 22." l-'lflh ave
nue, und .tulin .!. Atejrrs wcie Snt on
I tri.il Hprilny hefiirc Judge Jiillim W.
. .Muck In tln 1'cdeml IMstrlct I'ourt
U n ,, . ... ' eliiitgcd with using the mulls to defraud
JlfmMM.s KCSOnt FlIJO I'lail investor?, in oil and mining stocUs. Wheh
riTTSBntfi PLAN AIRED
Knox Tolls How Smoky City
'Associiilion Wimicd to
TlfK SALT LAKK WAV ALSO
Cninpl.iiiits 'r,im Unltiinni-o
l!roulit Hcfoic .Money Com
mit fro Stock lAcliaiisc
U sinxi..iv. I)P(. ( i Tli-n money
truM ((iitiiillt-p of ill. Hon,., in
roiirn of In-day li'virini! indicated
pretty clearly that it will iveommciitl
tho im ororatioi or clenritt houe
n-soci,itious, nuil probably Kivern
intiit.il regulation r in-t u ut inti".
Tile COIIIKel fo' llll'f Committee re
peatedly n-.lii.il w iiii' it nn f !)
tinn could In. mailt to tie comp.il.rv
incorporaiinn or tliee hanUm! ugdicies
ii ml tli.' iv.ili-.s fro ii Kin'ttv of Hilli
niore. l'itt!iiP'i .mil Philadelphia wero
not unfavorable to ill" iil.'.i
I'reipiciillv t'li. w itn were nun,
tiuiit'd in regard lo put ting a limitation on
mine powers nf tlii. cleming h"Ues,
tiotnlily til.- piiwi'f to ill-continue clear
ances for weak liiiiili. niitl th 4 uracil
rally drive lln'iii out of bii-incs' iMucr
to tlit-ti. iuii".t'ini4 for the itiiot i-nrt
eliowed ot)o-itlun to nn.' attempt :it
Cjovi-rtinii'iit regulation or .ipei-viMim.
To-day 4 li..,iriiu practically i-nil'd the
tc-timony abom iIimimu ho I-,.., the
commilti hii-ing p-ob-d into ilit- affair
of tin New orkl Ip.irli
court adjourned for tho day eleven
'Jurors liml Im-pii empanelled.
! Assistant t'nltoil Slutes Attorney Ar
nold R"t n consolidation of Hip two In
dictments against Hip two defendants
and ilii'ti consented to the dismissal of
tin- charge against Pliarlcs I- Humph
rey. TIip cusp of lOmmct R Winner was
separated from tin' others and tho
J,"i,000 K'lll bond given by ICminrt Winner
was cancelled mid transferred nn no
riirity for A. I.. Wlsncr.
TIip consolidated Indictment aRnln.it
i in- iho ncicnu.iniH now on trial contains
eight I'oiuitM mid nainoH seventy-three
oxplt iii'Ih alleged to have lieen com
tnltti'd liy Meyer mid Winter In tin;
pioniolion of the Vnlted Totiopah (lolil-
J Holds .Mine, Ltd. The pout nltlce Insprc-
n. i J..IJ hip iit'ii.iitiaiii.s were inti,reiieu
in tin- Minplre (iold Mines, Ltd.. tin Mur
I'lili'Cold Mini h, Ltd., the California and
New Yotk nil Company iind'the California
Moimreh 1)11 Company, nil controlled
thfoimh a holding rompany known n
tin- AmiilKatnated Mining mid Oil Coin,
pany, orcanln'd In l!0i! with n capital
of K..OiMl.noJ. It Ii iilleKed that from
1!'U2 until tie ottlees of (he Wlslier
company were raided on March 2S, P.ill
the ilcfenilantN cleared $2,ilO(i.iino. A
"sucker list" of ll'O.flOO nnmei wait
taken In the raid.
UNCLE SAM HAS CHARCE
Itmlio Opciators Must (let I.i
pcnsps if They Want
I nel" Sum takes charge of the aerial
wireless Hues on rrlday. und anybody,
amaleiir or professional, w ha 'hasn't ii
license hv then, or hasn't aiplled to l.e
examined, should rcmemlter that thp
Iiepartnieiu of Coniuieice and l-ilr
will not him if ho doesn't Itehave.
To the In. man it ininlit seem that
Hoiie enlv in 1 " Ju" of deteotlnu tmllcensed wireless
operaiots came close to the Impie) li .
Tho mo-t intereMiim di-clo-ires re-1 1,ut '':''al ,'1"1'0 InMpectorn and Com- j
laled to il... I.ii. ri.,,. ......oner .alter I. .v .v. m cliarjfo of
tlon. Ii .Wo .1,,., .1,,., n:.,..'..,ioi, !.""' '!',"."' -(.rk acre, say that wire
1. ..I ..... I I... . t ..... .. . ...;..
in uoi unir aoopi.-u a run remiruiiiK ' discovered
1 lie OM.llle.. mt ii ll'4 ol ill. .ill w.r. nlirl linn- '
tiii'tiilcr iii l'ilts'iun! Imt aUo ha I co
sieiitiuni; is lit no means an mi
ni t. The iinllcetived radio
I man who "Jams in." or the licensed
man who il... .n'i otev m'.l,.r4 i. in i-.
oien.'ei ttiih eleariim limi-iw In live tracked down and punished quickly,
oilier cities to eiilorci. the rami; rilli'4 on ; ihey say
theliiiiik.iutho-e..itre4 1 The an to resulale radio commuiiica-
'I he citie. ... .4 Put. inn K involved tlon. whleli takis effect on rriday. pro
in the conceited clearini; lioii-e iiki .- vldes for the heensiiiK of all wireless
tllelll are ( 'illcil.ll.it I. I.O'il.ville. Clel e.
land, luiliaiiapolis anil I ulliinliu. I he
lli-clo-lire of th'l4 coiiCJI-t nl lllot'ellleli
apparatus tdtit can trniiMiilt messa-.-es
betond tile Iiordets of tile Slate In
whleli It Is situated. It therefore an-
was the neare.t siiane-t !oli that the coin- i l'"e" to all wireless outfits In tills in-ls'i
inittii' ha- yet olitaineil of a "money I hnihuod which arc ahle to conimtinl-iru-t."
cate with ships ,u se.i or messsaces
The application of the Pittsl.ui K Clear-' "''" which slip across the river Into
Hoiie Av.oeialion'. new inle has "-" ..rwyaimnaimere.
Iieetl held up hv a .iiit Alfied C. KtloV.
a brother of Secretarv Kuo and vice
pivsideht of tin .Mellon National H.mk.
asoneol the ttitne..". who told of the
Neu 'orl.' eifv 4 t.-n..u-ii no f1i. I.nm..
' J of the amateur. whoe aerials mat- lie
I seen on housetops in any street; hut
j up to yesterday only eighty. the am.-
,i . . i i .i ti .. i in ' i'.ii'-o ii. v "iiioi.iiiiit-i v.ari'-r
r ile (.tossed hv the I .-.hur t Icanim , , ,. hmuiiIiiciI for licenses. That
loii-e .t-.ot i ii too ne le-nae-i inai 1 di,e,.n't
me ne l.iie tta. ailopteit about a yeir Vntk
IKO. Lp to that time the ImnK- hail not
ces.'arils mean that the New
j i..ii oinaieuis inieiiii to cnailce not
' liellli; ihscoveled Till- law doevn't imolt
charneil any H-nular commi4.oii on out I to stations wlilcli receive hut do not
of, town checks. The new rule propo-ed j transmit, and aceordinuly cannot Inter
to rIm- to the cleariiiir lioii-e the rilit fere with the sending of mess.mes. That
to ri'Kulate e- ii.iiiKt'-.. hx a uniform rate pioKihly eliminates a Kreat many of
on draft-, and limit the fnteie.t to lie paid th'"-ainuteurs. and the others, it is c
to ilepo-itoi-4. In Mi. Ktio'4 opitiiou ,1'icted. will tile applications as soon as
it conveyed a ceneraj supervision of l,'ey understand what s tequin d
the affair of t-'o iiuhvidu al hank
Mr. Knot, t'-iilied that m foity-M
years of ex'tenem-i. In- had never loiinil
Htiy ililtieully in allowinn i-icli hank to
conduct the detail- ot il. own Im-ine-.-.
"Is there any ohjeciion in your miiiil
to the Ituoipiiii.tioti ol ihe Clearinn
Uou-e?" H-I.'il tile committee'- counsel
"No," cid the -a iine. L.tt-r -ayiun that
he li'Raid'il a f le.il ilie. hoi -e a- a Here-,
siiy lie don' t-l tl.e tt!ai 111 of l.-deial
or State slipcl ti-ioli In .illy exleut, I. it
lliouiiht that a limited protection of I hi-,
character iaif.h' lea holPNiuti thlui;
Ilol'i-rt Wanirop. pre-id.-i t of the I'ttts.
'-airR CUmiIiik House .U-iH'ut'on anil al-o
head of the People's Nfiiion.-.l Hank tliete,
I ckiiowll'dof il tluit the purpc-e of im-
osint; uniform rates of i oiimiis.iou on
out of town chetks was to make more
Mr. Wnrdrop ad mill it I that all of Ihe
l'iltsliurn hank- are fairly piosperons
i.rcler i, resent conditions and that tin
ptrniim on hi- own hank an 2; or 2;! per
ictit. on the rn Hal mil 7 lo s per i.ent
on tln'n-'i'al monev inve-tnieut
So tin- piii o-e 01 ftjiu- ilriu a 1 om
mission on out of town chock- i- slmplv
10 iiufclileiit th. i c,irr,itii;f- ol the Imnk's; it
1- only a iUe-tioii of the n mount you want
to earnV" he v. - - .'.slo il
"Yi;," -Jiid the itni'Js,"atid to improve
ImiiUIiik liiethcds "
"Hut the real purpo-i of tlii rule Is o
profit as mucli as po---il)li) out of your
"Y1-1, we are tn-inu to s.-ive tin cost on
Colli-clion-i. Se lose on ihem now."
"And you cannot illi that unless yoft
Cumliine HKaiiMl the customers'
"No. ve cannot, - said lie witness.
Kninei- V. Ifeete-, presidi-nl of Ihe
nirnrrt Natlonil It.ink of I'hiladelphiii,
was, a-ked whellier or not the IMiil.idi'l
lilila Cleiiriin, lloii-e -oointion had over
found il to he unwary, as tin- New York
.1 v-ociatiou luul to impo-it uniform com-iiii-sioiis
0:1 out of lown (iilli-ctions.
"Wn have 'tot found it ni-cessaiy," said
Tho afiairs of th" Halt Lake City clear
iiiK lioii-H association also occupied a
Kood deal of the coinmitten'K ntteiition.
It was shown thai tho National Copper
Hunk or that city openly charged that the
association through the adoption of one
of Kh rules was violating the .Sherman
anti-trust law through a con-pirupy to
The Salt Iiake City documents were
placed ill evidence, while Mr. Knox was
on the stand, lie gave it as his opinion
Ilia I some of the terms imposed by the
.Salt l-nko City rule were far from reason
able. William M Cloud of Rdtlmorn, presi
dent or the Stale liulik of Maryland,
tentilied that his bank applied to the
llalliiiiore t learing nouso lor pernns
. slop to clear on ciicckh and out 01 lowi
collect Ions through the MerchiuitH Na
foi ined liv Doualas 'I homas, president
or tho latter bank, that the applica
tion hud been, rejected, lie had gathered
that it vriw not the. intention or tiio Haiti
tuoro Clearing House to penult any
inoro banks outsido or tlin Clearing ilousa
to filour through member banks.
Tho committee to-morrow will tnlcu up
lis inviHtlg.ilion of tin New 'ork and
oilier stocl; evclianges Oflicers and
mombers of Urn board ol governors
t ommaiuler Carter and Itndio In
.spectors W. I) Tnrelland II I: Mar
riott explained istenlay how to go
alKiut getting a license Application
should Is- made (list to the ladio in
spectors at the Custom Mouse, who will
furnish a blank to he llll.il out and
explain the law. Vlu-n the applicant mut
ho to the Itiooklyn navy anl and
present his tilled in blank to Com
mander Carter, who is In chaige of the
evamlnalloiH. l.'p to now it lias beet;
found possible to examine all appli
cants tit once, and Commander Cmter
Si.ts that In all probability his depart
ment will he able to handle the Job
without delay Ksnmlnatloii hnuis ate
from Ii to 10 o'clock on all days ecept
Tliuisila.t and Saturday. The exami
nations will he held dally, with those
exception, until the end of the mouth,
and longer If neie-sary.
I'p to last Saturday .1.10 licenses had
been granted. About twenty-live more
wireless operators took the examina
tions yesterday. Commander Carter
said that very few of the applicants
failed to pax.-i and that licenses had
been grant, d to bovs and men from
II to 1.1) years old. Women are eligible
lor llrenses of any class or arade upon
the same conditions as men, but .so far
limn; hate applied.
The skill of many of the amateuri
who have tiiken the examinations has
rather surprised the navy people. Com
manner carter said that the young son
of an armv olllcer of Tort Totten who
secured an amateur's license might
easily have qualified for a commercial
license if he had known a little morn
about the care of the apparatus hu
used so skilfully.
Aa to the enforcement of the law
both Comniatiiler Carter and Itadio In
spector Marriott said that while It might
Ik. dlflictilt it was by in means Im
possible. Commander Carter Kild that,
for one thing, practically very wireless
operator now at work Is known to many
others by his "spark." meaning his In
dividual pecularitle.s In sending.
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GOOD WINTER WHEAT OUTLOOK.
Arrrnur Siiiullrr 'Minn In till I, lint
Vlrlil MUelj- to lie l.iirurr.
Tlin (IrHt phtlmatn ol the coiidilion, ncre
nue mid elze of the wlnler wheat and rye
crept Mown thU full wit Klvrn yilerduy In
Ihe report nf the Department of AKrleidtiirc
ProniUu of hplendld wheat crop nus re
tmrled. TIioiikIi tliU enrly esilmnti" f tho
hle nf the crop ii nf enurne Mlbjecl lo urciit
..1. ........ .ll.i... .l.n I .....I . .
c lloiiMi lor perniii- , K",n'"" "imhi
Ui vUh mid out of town I H'" Indleiiled tntiil yield of ttlnior wlwitt,
:li tho .MerchiuitH Nu-i fills yeiir i'tlmiifed lit i!ii,n7:i.iH) bii.hpH.
lional Hanli ol ILillimore. Ho vuh in- waM-inifideralily hisln-r llian the 4:s,i:m,ix)ii
bilhel esllinuteil mil jt'iir
The iireliiiiliiary eHlliiiute of tin nren of
winter wlient hown thiri frill i ,T.,i;,iinu
imreo IhU i hIIkIiID' hiiihIIit than llie
iiriM mi December i, inn, which wax
ji."..oihj aeri' Tin ciindiliiiii on December i
ihi. vear is report pd n m.'j, eonipuri-d with
xh tl hisl year I In- Inille.iied yield per were
lor Hu- i Mii h- est In i.i led lleepinher I IliN
yur i iimie llian a buhel Kreuler I linn
lai.1 )enr, the Dirill -. Iieini; n.t, ft trti ii i -t
ia.:i afl year.
of tlin N'ew York nxcliiumii huvu been I The Meienue of-iln rip crop owti ilil
hllblSr-lined. The iiu-iiibei of the com- ' yp'r ';rei. ijtta nM :'.i:in.ii(iii la.l
.,iV ,H, intend lo make thin Invotica- 1 1. ' '. 1 ".. ' J1''!'1. " .5'V. -
lion tlioroimh. mid It I- likely thes,,vera! ,hi V,; V:,," ' VoVhl.e" n.o ld erml
dnyn will be taken tip with matler per- i indiciiled lo :i4.4',hihi. hm compured with
taining to tho Now York block Uxcluiuge. ' the vrop ol i.tau.w buvlieU lt year.
TRIAL OF POLICE CAPTAINS i
REVEALS NO GRAFT TALES
Corconin ami Ziiiiiiii'iTiian Tiof li
XoovideiiceHof the Rrnft which iHiilleRcd
to Imvo obtained between tlin police and
disorderly lioimo proprietortt throuKhout
tlin upper Wit Side lately were broujtlit
out In the triulu of former police cnptniiw
Patrick Corcoran and John I.. Xinimeriiiim
'i'lm only mention of Kriift, in fact,
wuH when Innpecior John Dwycr told
Deputy I'oliiliiinKioiier WiiIkIi, who con
ducted tie, triali tluil lie had licit il that
Patrolman John Slo-Hy laid been collect
ing money from the proprietor, of din
orderly lioiiHert In tliu tieiKld'orliood or
Went UiOlli hired
'Iho Hpccitlu Charon iiRiiinRt the two
eapl'iiliiH win of traiii-fcrrliiK i'utrolmaa
Skelly from ouo cqiiad tn niiollici-, This
ix proliliillcd under tin departuieiit reKU
lalioiiM, Corcoran IcMUIcd that while
hn wni In command of tlia Went 100th
Htrcet Hint ion Skelly vjih n)Nifined lo
hiventiKiitu ull coinplultiib in regard to
diporderly hoiiMen which had been for
warded from tin C'ominipiionerV oflico.
He admitted lliat Sltolly performed
day duty olny, ami that lie bad chitted
him from one xipiad to another accord
inRly Ho further ti-Htitled that thin prac
tice wnH in voKiie when hu relieved dipt
.iiiiineriimii in tho eoiiimiuid of the
Weet llHUli Htreet ntnlion lui-t ()otoler.
Ziuuiieruiun testilled that Hkelly't work
III n,l,ll,..ofl(ll III, .t(ai-,l,M-ll Ixllc. lu'lll.
idaintH had been entirely Htitisfaelory. I
tie nun ariiiiriiriiy r-iiuted M.eiiy irom
nun Kliud to another, he hu id. both in
order to aid him in lift, performance of
lili iwrtlctilar duty, and because a police
Mirceon bad recommended that Skellv,
who hud been III, have as llitht work as
"Did you know that It was ncnitist
the law of the PolicuUcpurtinent to chaiiRH
tlui atisiKtifiient of u putrolmau'" I'oin
niihioner Nalh unl.-ed him.
"I did," uiiMWcrcd Xlmineriiinii.
"And do you mean to my that you place
tin recommendation of a pollen HiirKcon
ubovii the order of the Coiiiiiiinciotiery"
"I do wot," Zimmerman replied,
Im-peclor Hwyer leMtillixi that lie bad
never given any in-.trnetlonn to change
i be iihiiL'unientH of patrolmen.
"Hut you knew what the praelice wac,"
interponed John Quinn, Corcoran'h law.
yer, "anil you niioiiki imve niiuli your
Itoth C'orcorun und Zimmerman were
wih'x-iided from duty last week At
tllo I line of their HiiHpcnion Corwirati
wan Htationed in' tlie llnrlnir pieclni;i
and Zimmerman watt in command of the
WestclieHter htulion. The Ilronx,
i;oinrui8iioiier Valeh reserved d-claioa.
COST OE LIVING HAMPERS
WORK TO AID THE POOR
Groceries for Fimiii.v Cost 20
Per Cent. -More Than
a Ycnr Ajro.
In the irnnual report of the New York
AcNoelatlon for Improving the Condition
of the Poor "tho IiIrIi cost of living" In
Klven no one ot tho reaaoiiH for the tn
creaned expepdlturo In carrylni; on ItB
According to the Htatlsllca llie cost of
a kIukIp grocery order for a. family ef
live Ih 20 per cent, greater now than
It wiih a .vein- ago. UentN ulho liavo
IncreitiJed, with tho result that lliero hup
been a greater congestion In cheap
localltlen and a tendency to take inoro
lodgers in t'he ali'cady ovcrcrow-ded
The asMiclallon had la Its earo 11,
000 families, nr 49,t,r,n persons In all.
Onlj 13 per cent, of tne families re
ferred to the iihuoclatlon for' help dur
ing the year were found not to neec
any aid, Uf the families aided r5 per
cen!. were of American, Irish or Eng
lish birth. .In 1.2C3 ca.TH one of tliej
parent wae dead aud in 291 cai
either the father or the mother hud do
serted the home.
Tuberculosis ivas found to have In
creased und fully one-third of the
families dependent through sickness
were so as tho result of this disease.
WILL RESTRICTS DAUGHTER.
Ir. Mctilll Olijertu to llrr Set-In
The will or Dr. John l. Mifilll, president
of the Hudson County National Panic of
Jersey City, who died in Jpr-ey fit y on
Tlianltsitlviiig Day, was proved yeiterduy
before John P. Kgmi, lliul-nn County Hur
rogate, Tho et-tnte, which U valued at
several hundred thousand dollars, nnd
may amount to a million dollar-i, N pft n
trust, three-fifths of the Inconie to go to
Dr. .Mcliill's dniiiihliT, Mr.. Kleanor Aclie
mw t'.irr, If her relations with her IiiihIiiuiI
William D. Carr. are "thoni of a complete.'
t-triuiKcr," and Iwo-flltlis lo his son, Alex-
lillili l inggiTI .lieiilll. nm I rust Coin
puny of New .Irrxey Is executor in id trustee
The will provides In a codicil thm If Mrs
Curr llxi's au'aln Willi lier lnil)aud hi,.. Khli
ImM- only fl.'.'ii'l .annually, nnd ir she should
Imvo ohlldieii by hhn they Hmll jtet Jto'i
raeh and no iiinre. If MrW. Carr uisrrltw
another nmnho Is to receive onchnir the
Inc-oinii of I he ' Helie liniinntp
to relntUtw Hr, Alililll, unyi Ids Minricitl
lUhlritinentH to rlf.r'rniicU HnepiiHl, Jrivey
City, ami prnvidttd Hint. If Ida children or
liepnrwe !. ."i uui mm coueriioil
of im-dals ami t'liliis It sliould go lo the
Jpraey City Pnbllo Ubrary. wlilch unmt
,i,,v . n ....... . ."-....j v, vv,vw iu must
rest tabut to
Q Tlltt Lnrtmul sJiwt.ii iltt
ItMK Hou- III tnorifl.
Tho money invested in
several small gifts intend
ed for the same person
things of an ephemeral na
turemight be invested
in ONE COMBINED
GIFT, in many instances,
' to much better advan
tage. To jointly contribute
to a thing of genuine
merit and lasting useful
ness is the very best ex
pression of your good
Did you ever hear of
anyone who could not use
an Oriental rug, or who
would not prize one as a
If one has not a house
or an apartment, he has
some spot that is HOME
It may be merely one
room, with a bed and a
dresser and a desk but a
Wild's Oriental on the
floor makes it a more liv
able place furnishes f igi
uratively a hearthstone.
It is an error to think
that an Oriental rug, as a
gift, lacks the personal
Nothing could be more
personal, nor more highly
regarded as a personal
Parents who intend to
give a son or daughter
separate gifts may well
unite in the presentation
of a rug.
Children may graceful
ly club their several gifts
to their parents in a
Wild's Oriental of me
Pupils whose gifts to a
teacher may otherwise as
sume the form of trivial
articles given with the
best intention in the
world will find far
greater appreciation for
a combined gift of an au
thenticated Wild's Ori
ental, which will come
within their joint means.
their individual Holiday
offerings to their pastor
will find Wild's Orientals
which exactly fit the
amount they have jointly
subscribed and where is
the parsonage that would
not be made more cheer
ful by one of these rugs?
Club members who
wish to remember their
president employes who
are puzzled as to the
form their Christmas of-1
fering to their employer
shall assume may well
investigate the sugges
tion. There are rugs in this
collection at $15, $25,
$50, $75, $100 and at
all the intermediate prices
available and appro
priate as gifts; and rugs
as much higher as your
The compliment is con
veyed, regardless of price,
hv the fact that it is a
Writo for out booldet
Tirth Avenue & 35th Strut.