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Cliarlfs Cnrlf-i l.n-.ps His l.onsr
l-'iuilt tn Keep Old
1 1 u:.k ri:i.M itiii:u
Titnlon I'min oo-.pvclt Mnc-;
Nut lilot (hit I'ii'M
chirle.s Cirlesl, who was emit Icted
Inn l-Vhrunry as tho head nf a bund nf
painted chock forgers which Is t-ulil to
lmtc swindled In nk In New Vnrk nml,
nthir titles mtt nf J."oii.iiO'j, wiii ordered i
In SI UK Sing csterd:iy by the Appellate I
Division of tli" Supreme C.iiirt to Win
tn servo ii term nf twtlve years and'
eleven months. Carlesi' scheme was tn
make photn-llthogrnplis nf n-al checks
iind tn have than touched iii by nil,
f .irl s-l. wild li .1 -- .-lii'llt il Mlial! fii'llltK
tiyllK tn UtTi nut nf Sin; Sine, li
tulliml (iPorcc Cmnlnll IMttlo ti IlKtit
lll.i i'.im' 111 tlir- .iii'll.itn Itlvlnlnn
ll.n.ll.. Ii.. ll .iu i-iiIH li'll'.l nf
flll'lllj tin'-. in- ...... ..-
In tin- fc.-cotiil ili'Krr.' n n i
I, mil ntll'lllli'l' H li rtltll'.ll" nf ll',lill
uhlc iloiibl w.in t-r.inti'il t him bv Sn
jiii'iiin Court .liiilli.' IIIiiic'IhiiM mi lu
jil"'n Unit tli'' Inilb'tnii'in ' 'inii.;
ulTi-nil'M' n Hivdlld. lb' li.i i'.'.'ti
tut on Hill.
Tlio Inilli'tinrnt :.tiiit C,irlo-l
cliarRdl tlnil In- rnin ii t' d In tlm
I nltcd States Oittrlct Court In IU2 of
ncllliu ciiuntcrf'-lt fllvi r dnilnrs and
Mas Imprlnmpd in tin- .Mourns i'nunt
J.ill fur tlirce anil a half yriir and tim-'l
SI. Carlc."l admlttid tin' innvli'tlnn. bin
.imti'iiiliil that a lull pardon wis
uranted to htm In l'.'"t
bv l'n -lib'tii
with ns-toratloii of IiIm fiillh" loinmittfo liiTaui h" hud ohk.ikp-
r !it!-, and
wan tliHt nf
tliat hi" ri'i-nrd thi"riift r j
it man who ti'-vr bad bun
Il wac upon thlx pba thai CiirN-l wni
hiilllittrd to bail nnd it wa.- th" lull
lUi'itlnn ItnolM'd In tin- appi-.il I fori
the .Vppi'llat.' DiM-'I'in. Cari. at
Inrnry b,i., .1 ill- aicutnont ih'.'ily upon
t..n rulliit-- by .In-- ii.' I'l'ld In a f.i-"
tlecldi'd by 1 1 - I'nlli'il Sl.it- Suptviti'
Court. In which .lun-' I'ti'ld wild;
" pardon i- ai ln'- b.a'i i m piiiiHh
tii"tit prist'iib'.-il fni t'i" nihil nd th,
KUlIt nf till' olf.'llili'.'. and wh'U 111''
p-irdnll iM full it Hi':' th- pillli-h-ni"nt
and blots nil; ol sHti'iio-
(.-.lilt, en Hint In the
lh ift'iii!rr Is n- in mi i
li,' 1 IW
ni'V.r i'niiiiii'..i''il lib- olli'ni'
.luMic.' Mlll. r. wrltlnir th- opinion in
tbo Carli"'! ' iiM'. said that Call. -.IV full
pardon 1" I'lveM-nt ito.i"' 't did not
blot out" tho f.u't or ! I of ut rim-
Motion, but uu ii'ly r, stni-' d tlm li fi nd-
ant to his I'lvll lights 'I'h at l 'Sal'
that nnd.'f tlm laws ..f this Slat" mm
who cntnmlt.s a I'lltn.' afinr haviin: bnci
louvlrti.'d nf auoilmf crlum i- iuinihod
for the M'l-ond oll.n t" whli-h a
Kreat.'r d'-uri'i' of i'i'liiiinallt is at
tiioh.'d. Aw to tl ifi' t of l'resipnt
ItnoM'V.'lt'.s tiardoii on Cailisl
ronvlctlun .lu-tli-.' Mlllir anl
"It was noli h within lli.' plovin. i' ol
the l..'k.'1-lattir.' to attarh numb KtvaP r
irlnilnultlV to the -.tii 1 nfi. nii' from
the mere fai t f a '.nvmti.'n fur a i
tirst. and tlm i:e. utive b tin- eNef,'ie
of the p.irilontn-' powi r iiiiild no nioie.
Interfere witli thai eveti is.- nf lMsln-'
tlve power than tlm l.'-ui-damre emild
interfere with the p.e.vif'tn pardon"
IVir "'irs Carlesi had i mulm ted a'
cillnr salniin at Tliii t.-.-iii Ii stte.t and
Avenue A. wlmh th" pull' " say has j
been tlm hiaiiiiiarters not milv of a
Hhrawil baud of fmk'ets but ot black
mailers and botnb thmweis. Ills con
viction was due to tlm fact that aft.r
the artist lm employr d to retouch i-licks
hnd used a $"" .lm. k as a model Cat-!
le, instead of de-tt oyintf it. sent it to I
the bank and cashed It. Kven then It
took the police four years to uet enough
evidence to arrest Carlesi. j
In lioiT a forced check for $:l.20O j
Fi(Cneil b.V the presaletlt of I'lss. DinTr
& Curroli was i asti.-il bv the Mercantile
National Hank. When it cam.; back
to the lit in it was tecoKni.ed
as liavlnc ilm saum serial num
ler as a chid: leturned sotno time
lWore. Hsperts founa that tlm sli-na-turo
on tlm last chei u w.as nut only a
forjrery but that the i la ck Itself was
n photo. lithograph of the ntlmr check.
The shadings of the I. tiers had ben
done by hand with a brush.
A few ila.s later th. "., clmi-k bear
ing Carlesi's indorsi ineni turned up at
n bank, and a watch was l.epi mi Car-
lesl's saloon. Tlm detectives f'ltinil that
members of Carlesi's baud were estab
lished 111 various parts of the city as
business men and with cash furnished
bv Carlesi npeiieil accounts in in lKhlir
hood batiks. In cmitse of tun, a i-heck
tor a larRe amount was depieited, ilm
money was collecie.t, and (he aciijunl
closed. The bl chick was nlwajs
Shortly before Cm-hsi was nnesterl,
on Noveinbet 7, I'M I, his artist tied the
lountry wiih a woman who sum,- m the
Metropolitan Dpepi i horns
SULZER NAMES REPUBLICAN.
flnprrnir lour I .lnnlee MiiiTnrri i.
pnllili il In iip. lliile lilt luliio.
M.n.NT, 'l.in (
1 no , a Supreme i
il.'si;rialed In imi
rial of the ppei
p.irtiwrit .Pistil i
Wrslt" Ii Milliard nf
mil I .bisln e lu il,n v in
'I'll . 1 1 1 -1 . . Hell , I , . 1 1 1 . ,
ale Hit i-mn. f'ti f 1 1 v
1 1 iiw a III Is .i lleiiliie,iu
nnd his iloMiifn.il i. hi mum
her of lteiiibic,iiii mill
t Ills i hi 1 1 t'i il depal lm. in
llppnllltll el'' I ml S(, ,
.lll'.lli e Hum imt Is Is
ninrlll lo ,1 IUIIII-
III in.il inu Hie
. i i . 1 1 . 1 1 1 wh.it .
ternii'd a la.iii ol Ilm i pie Ids blilli,
carlv It I private i aiceraiid null, i.d caieer
bate ,d sliicm hhil ill thai liulit. He N
II ui.iu of bioad s lllp.'ltll ien and etietl
tioiiall)' hard eoiiiiiimi sense lb. iIi.tk nut
llllel lii ill uci'llpy n 1 1 v xoclill ii -i 1 1 'I II be.
tend thai I Ipied bv uiihii.iii' i-it-
lelis 'I here has ueter lieeu uut siaiidal
villi li'Ieii'Uii' In Ills cutiduel ;i u ,tiiile,
PHI oil tli" inlltl'lirv ills cnliilllil ill liis
linllii.il iiireer lias been emuiiieuiliililii
lu Ills iilltiile hie illlsliie llow.ild lieiuml
leploai b "
.luln f Howniil is Ihe senior Siipienui
Coil 1 1 .1.1 -II. e in Hie '1 III III 1 1 1st I II I. ,11111 Hie
I- i .1 j 1 1 1 1 n .lii-lu-e Md"ll lili'-li" .if
Alb. HIV, W In. w l ll i-illidlil lie fol Hie llesii.
lialion. and .liistue i im lii'.ui" nl llud-uii,
bulli ul , limn hat e .ert ed uu the iielliite
1 ' ' I -lull llrM.-h.ltli.il n lotlllel Lot-
Ttis Will Slleet edition III' Tliii I It KM N't
Pi m ".n1 rus all Mi- lln incl.il n.w. and
tin sl.nl. ,ii. I. ml il. il.it '.in I.. 'In iii
" maiUet 'I'lic ! is !, nu. ' .in.ni 'i.-ir.
i mhii.: nu- i. i a il ii.i.nl tiri. e.i w 'n j
.l.ldl'ina.il i. ws iniii. lie .-imi iiue. hi i 1
I 1 Hi' NUrlit l-'hial and i '.jinplet. I i,
of Tin: HVLNIKU Sl.v - .tifi
KEENE BURIAL TO-MORROW.
Hllll) l.ll'S SM. III ( till III' ft I'f
timet I fntrt'li.
T! c limit nf .1 i turn I'. Kit'tiP W.IH tillo-ll
. .1-.... . .i i. . .i ..i.. ..i...... i .. m
I ill ,'" I UJ " II ' l' IltiM. , I ( It i
1 Ill st.ip. ll I'll- ch.itl'-tl lllllll till" fuiicl.il
m it lees tn-timr'ow iiim-nlio; nt 10
" lurk Tin' IIm. Ch.ul.s I.. Stiittf r .
ttctm of (In- . hili.ii, will nni tl the
; i-n '-. s, winch in' i"i'tiil In be very
1 1 lii!i' Two 1 1 1 1 1 1 M will li" Mine liy tlm
full I'liini-nf tin church. "Ni'.tnr, M Hod,
In ii and "Abide With Me." 'tlii' In
tlllll-tlt "III follow 'II WmllllaWII Cclll
t t lllillli'il' ili'i llflil thcscivtces.
'i'lii III il iivf nf p.illhcureis Is tint )et
i-i'i il"t''. Imt those who li.'iVi' been In-
li I In olllclilc ,ili' .1 lirlpont Morgan,
in"Ul lain mil, II. li. Kn.ipp. I' K
Muigi. i ill Miller, S'i'iiiiiiiii lliiiil'iinl,
.1 II ',.:i ins' I".- fniiiscy ruling.
M' I'll' 'ii K'timdi. li St Clair Smith,
ttlm .'tti-ii.li'il Mi Kii'in', uinl Algernon
I i.ilnci rll' lil. Mr ! li- tuplictv.
Tin' .tin k.-v i 'nil', nf uhi.h Mr. ICetm
w i- '. . - li.ilitniin. li.ii taken mi action
nil Ins death, owing tn till' ii'ii ni'c nf J
Atiiru-t Helm nit. thi club's chairman.
I!i sniut Imis hate been prepared nnd w Ml
I." iuloil"il mi Mr Iti'ltnntit'it return.
Htll'.illf-lK nf telegrams nrd messages
nf I'niiiliiliiu" have 1 ti pouring In tn
tnxhall Kc.-im mill tn Mr. lultiscrllehl.
Jti - iki'H "f si nipnthv were ntili'il frniil
It'i'hanl fruiter, tin' Iuke nf Manchcstir.
I. lilll Hirtsfilld, 1 ' fours")' 11 tin' A. Joseph
IlilttiiK, wlm Is tin' trainer nf Mr.
K.'itii'M 1tig11h linryri, ami other Ktisllsh
I I . i ' i iMl r.i 'Int; limn
SULZER TO HASTEN
NQUiRY AT CAPITOL
(nivorniir IAPCImS I urrr i't-
piirtinent. to Ho Investi
irntetl in Four Ias.
Ii.iunt. .I.m Oov William Suler
! .-nrt'il tnalav t lint lm il'-irp thn K"'t-
... inihlii ity Bivmi to tlm findinci of I111
I'onimitti'n of inquiry, hcaili'd by John N
Carli-tn ot Wati'rtown, whii-li it to ht'nin
work In the r.xocutivo ilriuirtnipnt on
Monday Mho (lovertior kiH h would
inaKn liiiowii thn third mt'mhor of the.
It II KiiMlirk. thu Now York city ac-
cntmlant wlm rrfii'-'-d tlio tlilnt place on
inrnti abroad, lia rivnttnn"nn-i M'pr.u
naini-) to th" tioverunr, who in oontiT.
i'Iki' witu i riairni.ni arn-i- nun .nm
l'l'latiey. tlm Msntid inv.-tlKator. will
. l.'i't timthlnl rmm this list
-I want fV.'ry one m tlm State who has
iinyihinc to sjiy to coitm li.Tor" thi oom
initti'" and ! nuii'k about it." Mid tlm
(invinor "We want farts, not runmr
iiur i.iicinns. If tlmi.' is anything
winin: wh will root it out -o (piiekly tlm
.. ,t i i..i...
nib' will M.ind up in surprise. And
will have no iiiiniivinnij' infortunium
i I ham t.H .'iMsl i li..us.ttii I- of ntmitvmous
' li'iti'is cimtailiini: iiM"i-isl informal ion of
v rnimooiui;. hum "in." i .... i.i,.. ..'-...
' over to th" i.miniti. f I think any mm
'with rnal information should not !.
all iid t. M'lid in his or !mi' nanm wi'h it
, 'j I'll is i ' illllll litis' will bo til" fiirlltn Mete's
I ilm plais- i" nun" aiid Kive ti's'imoiiy
Cm Miler nlinoiiiH eil llial Ilm I'liteails
ol 111 lilt, :.. I l e-e.l ell ol .New Inl h I'ltv
and Hi" iiL'eli.'les n ilm Cnmpiroller
oil it have I'eeU il.li.'il III the dlxptisal ot
I ln investit;atlli4 ooiiiniillc.' He e.ei's
ibeV Will I." al'l" to htli-ll ill' tile I'M'i'ltnve
wi.ii, 111 one ila . tlm iltt,tant-l i.'tieral
olhi . in auo'li"'- and the Kmhw-ny 1 '"part
nii'tii -liould not take linn., than two or
"I II Keep after the committee and 't.-op
it uoiiir:.'' he laiiuhed
'I lie (ioM iiior Mid to-lay that lie Is
ileeliniui: ii an uetnr" lltiv uivita-
tMiis lm ilnit.ers unit Kpeeen parlies a
He 'tlb'tiit-,. he -.ll'i. to retn.llll III
Ubaey a- ii ueh a- p,iil)l" in order to
liain all ihere is to learn about the Statu
uovernmeitt . i pecially while the l.e;ii-la-
lllle Is 111 -es-ifitl
"I am for a short, clean, elhcieiit. eco
iionucal s. imi of th" U'mslature." the
loveiiior Mid "However. 1 have not
interfered or con-lilted with the 1,'Ki-la-tive
leaders recaniiiii; the orfaiiizalton of
either house or its cotiimitt.s's
liiiv Suler amioimced that he would
send a lew of tlm li's. important atipoint
umnts to the Senate Mniiday night v.iih
sotiie d.'pariinetit reporls, Inn thai he had
no special ii'o-mkos to send in just now-
O'GORMAN PREFERS SENATE?
IVIrnrls TlilliU Hp line Not tVanl In
llliler ( ilblliel.
Washisot..'.. .Ian. I Tlm published
report that Senator n'liiiriiimi of New
Yotk Is likely to be seliCtcd fur Altor-
necibin t.d lu the Wilson Cablnit Is
disci edited bv tlm Senator's friends.
.Mr. 1 1' li a ma li hhi,- If is In Arkansas
atlenilliii; tin- funeral of Senator .b ff
I Mils, but li I" kin.wn h" has no desire
to Murremlrr his seat In th-- Si nine for a
plan lu the Wilson Cabinet. Also tlm
President -elect has Inld some 1 1. nicer. its
who conferred with him that he felt
that Senator ii'C.ormau would be more
useful to the Administration on the
thiol nf the Senate than In the Cabinet.
t if course If (!oi. Wilson shnuld draft
Senator i I'dnrinan he prnbabl. would
lm ohlined to accept, but Ills ft lends do
Hill lllllll ihl., will .e ssarv. It
Is known, however, that tlm nilecthm of
an Attornev-i leneral and a Sieretarv
lot' the Treasury Is ;l lm; (inv. Wilson
more trouble than anything else at th"
j present time,
! The Impression Is crowlnc dally
anioni; l'leinocrals In WasldiiKton that
the State portfolio Is sett!, d and that
William .1. Hryan will accept It.
SURPRISE IN WINCHELL CASE.
Ill Coimti'l h.ii Hp lifts liltrn
nntiibt In iieiir.
nnT"V. .Ian surpilM' was spitiPK
III the W'lnrhell ruse liefert I "i mm ii ssli uu r
Ibi.tes to-day In Mimii.-.t I'lilll'.p Uuli'-n-sb
In. cuuiiM-l for I'lank II In. -In II, Him
I- chin td w'th belni: a fiiuliite fioin Jtj- -tl.-.-.
wli"ii lm niiniiun. il tb.it his i llent
li.ts bt en in New ."ik and llifin irlien
bun. Is tn unpen In anuw.r mi hiilictiimiit
Wlnehell wlin was ppilipnt of the ii.
find I, limn 1'ninpant, was ,i ri n I u-1 I In-ie
last Siiturd.o. ehais'i.l with b.-lim a foul,
tile fluin Justice, Iii'Iiik iiim I. i- I n.ll.'t iiictit
lu Netv Ymk In II an- of lli. i intern.
in-tit aiaihiHl th" nlll. vis nf the SteilliiK
I " iientiiie Cmuimiiv, all.'Kliii; f i-aii.tiil'-nl
use nl tlm malls He pleaded nut unlit y,
ami th" ens" w.ih innlliiue.l until In-day,
with ball placeil at $'.iiin Hub' nslelu
said Iheii that hlr i ll lit and lilniHelf weie
tmt teiuly to admit thai Wlin hell was the
in. in naineil lu the lii.lli'tin. i.t
I 'miiiiilssluiit'r lla.tis ii .III In ucil the care
until Timiihii to Kite A ln.-tit-ll a ehanci;
tn put In an appeal unci-
ORDERS WALSH ESTATE TO PAY.
Court n Mlnliiu
l ii IIIpiI OivIiik;
I.i rn.iiToN, Col., ,l,in. 4 - .liiilTiiient of
$7", una on u tax i lalui iiKalnst tlm pslnle
I iiiiuiias r. tt nihil, I tin in I ii I ii K mini,
it .i l lit. led
.im 1 uinn
ii-d.i by County .TuilRe
I'h ainount envrrs tnves on personal
pronei tv for H)ii7. I'.ifH and I lion which
d.'h. cniintv of Arapnlioe ismti-iiilid had not
bciii tUvlurvd by Mr. Walah.
Tliouirh in Peril
of I lentil.
(IAII'.. Sll Lli I TIllM Sh I(
Mnt fonrenled by n Skirt Tr.
Vimiei TellH llinv New Hoffiine
HHiHIes Offiee Hunters.
Trotters, ax nu article of women's
Wear, were not abolished by the recent
Chinese edict reKUlntlnu feminine dresn.
This Interesting fact was contided to a
group of New York women who he
sleRcd a Chinese bister, !r. Yamel Kin,
at the close nf a lecture flip delivered
yeiterday mornlni; at the Hudson
Dr. Yamel, who received her cdticntlnn
In this country and who speaks fluent
Kusllsh, showed her own trouvfrs worn
under a lomr outer Karment of black
brncailid satin cotnlni; to her ankles.
She said that was tho dress of northern
China and that a skirt and ttousei.s are
worn In the south.
"It has never been considered the be-t
form for Chinese women to be seen in
public in trousers," said Dr. Yimiel,
"They were worn, to be sure, but con
cealed by other varments. Since tlm
revolution women hae koiip about with
so much more freedom that thete was a;
tendency to Ignore the i'titiette M'lJ.tTr- (
InB that t .e trousers bp envered, i
Hence the present (diet, which, by tin
way, was mistakenly rexrtpd In
American papei.s il rciiulrlni; Chinese
women to wear hats also."
Dr. Yamel (tot a. round of applause
from the antls In the audience when she
made a few rental lea about woman Mlf
frae lu China. Hut the pros followed
her up with a few uuestlons whlc'i
turned the tables to suit them.
'Trom the reports printed In your
said Dr. Yamel. "you are led toimi, ot.r farn' ir,i.ls at Washlnmon
believe that woman suffrace Is almol
an accomplished fact In China, The
truth Is that we haven't even full man
hood Miffratm yet. As for the women,
i an yon cxect them to be iptalltleil to
ote when umy n'mut one per c ut. ot
them can read and write?"
T.ils was a moment of triumph for
the anils. Hut n clear vole from th"
audience Inquired whether th" Chinese
men who haen't the MUfraKe 'ir'' ""'
better nuahiloil. lu. Yamel rath, r sld. .
stepped till" liuestinn. Wlmreilpon
Unbelt Urskltii' l'l asked If Dr. Yamel
would favor an educational and pmpert
nu.'illnVatlnn apillcable tn both men and
".M"1-: assitredlx "' de, lared Dr. Ya
mel. whereapon the .uffrasNij. led ilm
.iliplail-" and the antls subs;,!. ,1. Tlmy
lel.'d. however a: lur nei tateii"tit
"The only tanulhle result s,, far fr uu
the tiirltatloii In China for woman sil
iraue thai 1 know of Is tbi-. Yuan
Sb!h-k'al received n sultrai:s - I iln ' so. a" we ale r.ini; together. All
imt kinev who it v as ,in.l lm was snum coiiperatloti inusl 1 n the part
b.ir.-il by lur twn limits talk that Immf imth pinducer and consumer."
Issued all order tint no mme suh'tanls's .m,. Heath explained what the Housi
wete to I... admitted to an audience with wlvs l.enKim had been tulnn to do to
Dr. Yamel said sh i often n-lied
what has become of tli.- .Mancliu princes
since that dynr.s-ty was retiinv-i d from
p. tt er
"Tin v nie li Inn as sentl. inin of
lelsuie." sh said 'Tlmy al" bulldim;
thiiusches till" houses lu Iiilopeau
nt.tle. The.t hate cut off their itli ues.
wear Kurope.tn clotln u t" tlm
theatres in fact, tlmy have become as
pi ocresslve a.t mi.v built ."
The speak'T cate a vivid anount of
ilm patt ilaed by youtu women In
the rctiilutlon and startled !mi heareis
by tellltiic what had beennm of these
vouin; patriots At the time of the out
i.rc ik Dr. Yamel had a sehisil In Tien
tsin, where about fortv ulrls were belnn
ti .1 mt il as nurses.
"i mly one of th" u-irls left me." she
said. "I found she belonctd to mm of
tin- revolutionary societies which mailt'
use of lis women members chb'lly
tlm manufacture and distribution
bombs. I know of one joiins xlrl uf
HI who .was sent from place to place
curl v ine; tlu-se bombs concealed under
lu r clothlni;. Sim was chosen for this
work because her youth and Innocent
appearance made hit- safe from sus
picion. "I asked her If she wasn't nfiahl
they mlht explode while she was carry.
Iiik them and she adnilttisl she was,
especially when in the piess of a ciowd.
Hill,' slm said, 'I felt that I had or.lv
one life to pive for my count o and I
was wllliin; to die It that way."
"That Is all very well. Hut after tlm
revolution was over llmre was no
further need of bombs and these chls
became tin re banners mi lu various
camps. This mm herself became what
most iump followers become. That Is
the history of a ureat many of thes.
Dr. Yuinel WKanl.ed the lied Cross
movement durlnir the tlshtluc; In china
and. flm said, found Imr ureatejit dllll illt
In hoi pint; the women In the hospital
wotk Instead of on Ihe Held. Tlmv were
determined to net as near tl.e lirlui;
line as possible. '
Sim has just come from Washington,
tthfie sh" talked with many (lotern
meiil officials So when asked whether
she desired this count! y to If Counbe
the Chinese repuhllo her reply wn.i
awallid with Interest.
"As jet," slm said, "ilu re i" no es
tnbllsiud and lorniulaled i lot eminent
to be I . I 'null l.Cil. Willi W lllllll. for in
stance, could you licit'.' With
Slilh-li'.-i:? Tlmre ate prot lm cs
do not recmtnlc him, We hate un real
administration. There I- an Assembly;
hut you can hate some Idea of ps
value as a teal repi. -i maiive body
when I It'll you that ultlien of the sev
enteen elected ilelcKates arc from a ,ilu
"I am not In favor of recoRiiixliiK thn
republl" us such lllllll it lias proKlessed
further, but I do not relied the desires
of the majorliv of my oountrinmn. They
do wish to he roooKiiU.-d by Hie foreign
Dr. Yaine) Is an ardent
Yuan Shlh-k'al, whom sin
persotiallv for a lomr time,
his recelvliie; Dr. Sun Yal
She tnld of
Sen v. hen
the latter cailln to see him flotn suillli-
em Clilna and of how Yuan won Dr.
Sun's loyal aid In tho iimiuwiimnt of
affairs, .She told how a southern (ien.
era I, "Strom? enoUKh to have slat ted his
own movement," came to tho ninth to
spend n few dnys nnd stayed three
mouths helping Yuan reorKiinlza the
limn is ;i man of sucli unity, tact I
and povvvr." sho said, "Ihat now the
nnl power, S O said, I ll.lt now the n . r" nim-u
-outh1 la ufram to have UkW" l"" lo
THE SUN, SUNDAY. JANUARY
jcntiip nnrtli, Thpy'say Vtmn wins them
lull to lil.t party."
I Him tnlil iinw ilin horJn of offlccflffk
rrn xvi'i-c illfiin.si'il of Mini Woodrow
Wllmin mm- lllin In tnkil nnllCi'. In
Cliln.i thi'V fiinip from t1i jnutli ami
Ilicy witi' tniiny nnd rnimr-linm. They
Mild llicv limr iniiili' tin- revolution u I
1 stii'i'cMH nnd tlii-y. un tlic victors, wnnted i
So at list, In deypalr, the order went
forth that all Kalarles were n-dtired,
Tiiprn wprn to lm noiip hluher than $.
tl mouth anil mime weio to he. much 1
less. When a man tiHked for u Job lu"
wiih told: 'Here's one, hut It pays only
J'iU a mniuii,- i noy waueii one inuiiwii
iwo mmnii.s. rncir iiiuiis i.eraiiui ...v
haliMtcd. 1 Hlleve the same thlliK Imi
ni'iiiKlonatly happened In WiiHlilnKton,
'llte ofllcmepkei' sln..s llrst at Ihe best
hotel. Then he Koes to a smaller one;
then to u biiardllii? houi-e; then to a.
hall hulrnom, nnd finally back home
sadder and punter If lint wl.ser. That
was Hie way they did lu China.
"That the ronntry Is fundamentally
sound Is proved by the fnet that In
spile ot tlm unrest and the tHxtttrlicd
I'ondltlons we are prospering. The rev
enues sliioe the revolution havo been
greater than they were hffore. All we
as): Is that you he patient with us.
"In spite of our theory that the
Chinese art! a stolid people, we are tit
heart as emotional as the Americans
and that Is HnyliiK u Rood deal. My
people beran the revolution without
knnwinK what tlmy were tinlnn to do
when tlmy had destroyed the Kovern
meiit they had. They said: 'When tho
time rotnes to decide we will do some,
thlnii because we shall be. ohllKed to.'
They tire trylns to fio '.sometlilnc' now.
Hut you must clve them time to learn."
CORNELL MEN INVESTIGATE
HIGH COST OF LIVING FIGHT
Ifeaii of Housewives T.eacne
Kxplains Efforts to Reiluee
Price of Epgs.
Twenty-five enthusiastic young men
who are working hard for detrrees of
"H. S. tn ARr." at the New York State
College of Agriculture (Cornell) looked
filer tbp slltinlv .if chls butter. I'hpese
Market yesterday and then called on
Mrs. Julian 1 lo.it it. national president of
th" Housewives. laiiKim, 17,' West
I'lchty-.luhth street, to learn what the
leaijiie is tlolmr In th" way of brlniilnK
tlm prndiner and consumer together.
The boys were ai'i'niupanleil by I'rof.
Heujamln. who yield." up till his priv
I il.'Kes m ii lecturer to .Mis. Heath. The
, natintu'.l president talked fur half an
hour on the wml; nf tlm housewives
and the b',.s took many notes.
Mts. Heath said there :.ve two profes
sions. that of prodncliiK and that of con
siimlnK, which had entirely been unor
ganized Up to the present
"1 believe." she said, "that the pro.
ducer and tlm consumer are the two
most foolish classes in existence. Tlmv
IkiHi want to llnd nut how to eliminate
tlm middle man. and all they do Is to
I stand still and wiini; limit- hands. At
I present tlm solution of tlm problem
! seems hopeless, but this i really lit
I educe the price of onj;s lit poplilarlzlliK
cold storage ei;KS and Itetllm; them Into
the market as such. The prevailing
cold storaKe ictr now ranires from J"
to na cents per io.et.
i oucei-niiiK un' appie mat net. In which
tlm Icamie has I n stirring up tliltis's.
.Mrs. Heath told the students that
althmm'h the commtsliio umn have
their hands full of appl'-s and the liaim
IS tt'Vlni; til IZVl till t-onsiltller f.i l.ne
Hie retailers won't sell i,t re.isonal.Ip 1
A man In New ,lers,.f who drals In
strictly fresh ,-k:h call.-il up Mrs.
ll.ath on the phone on l'rlday nnd'told
her that slm was breaking up the caj
market by her activities. Mrs. Heath
asked him whnt perfictly fresh circs
w re worth and he leplled "Seventy-Ilv "
ft Ills a dozen," whereupon she iisked
.hliii to send lur a dozen by parcel
"And wlmn the ckks nrrlve." Mrs.
Heath cviilalni-d. "I expect in have
another arKument in our crusade
ai.-alnst hU'h prices."
In their tour uf inspection of Wash
ington Market the future scientific
farmers mad" ue of tin it- knowledge
by id. ntlfyltu; Mime pkks labelled "cold
.Ntnrim-i " as "spuls" or dirty ckks.
This.' fKKs, they explained to Mis.
Heath, never ha I b.en lefrlnerated and
the national president eoncludcd that
If limy wire reasonably fresh the deal
ers sellltu; them were fonllni; their cus
tomers, beside furnlshlmr another aiuu.
ineiit that there Is money for sunm
loilj la fresh ei;s at cold storage
HEARST RANCH THREATENED.
lli'bi'l I nullum- 'I heir Aelltll; In
j Mfxlciiii lllsirlcls.
WvsiiiNiiiux, .Lm t Milliliter .lom
Hayes of th" llear-t propirttc- nea- Ma
dera, in I'liiliurihua. Mexico, reports tit it
t-tlieis are threalcnilii: to attack the place
ainl already ilrawinn near ilm ccmpanv's
properly, accordini; to adtircs . t'no
Slain Departine.il lo-dav. It i- said
furilmr that the I ,cal miiiiarv authorities
have promised imumdialn icliel
l ii was reporiisi niaiav i roiu I'arrnl
tnai a uaini 01 i.vi riiiih has c.-iplured
tho camp of ilm lnd (inld MmiiiK Com
j.auy al luilo in thn State of D.ranco.
I'hey -eied i oiisideraliln iiionec and
I lircaieneil tlm livi-i of Aiimncnns'nt Ihe
pioperl v 'I ho mine clos.-d dow n as a
le-iili of Ilm laid. I'car is still Celt for Hie
h iteli- ot four tnericans left in charm'
MiauC'i io- p.-ierii ,v i-C'ie.-.-ii lorcn in
which been -eni to ilm mum trom I'.-irral
i ouiiuioiis jii-i souin ol the lion er
I are improving; accoriimjj in Stale n.
imrtnient itifoiuialion. Ii is said ihe list
ri'iniiiitii ol l tic rebel fnrccs in ilm north
is it-Healing iow,irii .-ion urn.
CHICAGO WILL NOT LOSE OPERA.
Illreelors l.imgli nl Story That I'llv
Will ne IllllllliiiilPd.
I'llli.AnKI.I'JIU, .Ian. I. IViS'ins In
tiiiieh wllh the afl'alis nf the Chli'iicn.
I'hlladi'liihla opera Company lu-ilav inn.
ciileil the story that Chicago was tn be
eliminated fiom the Ithmniiy of the com.
puny next vt-ai. Seveial dlrectnis laughed'
111 1 UU t'.U 1
llial Is ridiculous," said one. "Wllern
on phi 111 would we go If we
The local illieeliirs said thai Manager
I'lrlih would deny that next season the
company would confliiu Us effort to Phil
adelphia and New Yoik or that It would
compel.! with the .Metropolitan.
II. T. Stoleshiir), who was reported as
s.Ding im nun i.een greatly disappointed
in nie uiiuiiciiii snuwing mail.' bv
. .""1"""" " me uellclt
. .,. '' muett
STflflK FXHHANRF SEEKS 'Il 1
i iniiT no Tfi Hfii i iiiiiii1 ii wssftr p.miiwi'.s
i Mini u in iwir inline ii m 'mw m ;
liuiii mv iu ...u,..Www uu m 17 m LTVi i:
i mm tii' un i
Lessons irom fjprman.v s ai- yWi l --r-JflN : J mfrl
tempt to Iulato tlic d9M9HHiBZ
MOSTLY NKCATTVK AmHDHBRrVv ,41
Hesnlt of liep-islation a Muddle
'I'liat lias Xot Yet Heen
The Kovernlnu committee of the Stock
MxchanKe, which has been meetlnK be
hind closed doors almost dally since the
admittedly unsatisfactory presentation
of Its oine befote the l'ujo committee,
linn not been enRiisred so much In the
fotmulatlon of new Stock Kxchnnfe'e
rules or reforms ns In the elaboration of
a Justlllcatlon for the principal methods
of business. Tlm committee desires this
work to be thorough and in the course
of It has been ctiKHKed In the prepara
tion of papers recotintlnK experience,
under laws reRulalliiR transactions in
stocks on the exchanucs of forelsrn
In the more recent meetlnKS. It be
came known jesterday, the committee
has devoted much of Its time to the
efforts of the German flovernment to
limit and regulate speculation In securi
ties and i ommodltles nnd the results
of the drastic Herman legislation. The
committee I- conlltlent of Its ability to
show that tho result of Herman legis
lation has been detrimental to the com
mercial development of the empire and
n failure in respect to prohibition nf
In brief, the most Important Oerman
legislation was the boerse law of 1S96.
It was the outcome of an agitation fol
lowing a collapse in security prices such
as has nftllctoil all countries at times
since stocks were first dealt In. There
had been reckless speculation, with the
resultnnt abrupt decline and numerous
ugly failures, and tlmre was besides an
agitation by the Agrarian party, which
maintained that short selling of com
modities permanently depressed the
pticts of grain. Tlmie was a strong de
mand fur strict regulation of speculation
and tlm absolute prohibition of short
Admittedly the methods of the Iterlln
I'xchange needed refm m at that time.
It dealt In commodities as well
As securities, while tlm New York I'x
chani;e permits transactions in securi
ties alone. In (let many anybody could
trade either for hlr own account or as
a broker; lmic admission to the ex-
t hange has I n strictly guarded. In
Herlln settlements took place monthly
and margins were nut always required,
whi!.' In New York settlements are
niade dally and the custom of demand
ing ample security from speculators Is
all but universal, (ilarlng frauds In
evitably resulted In Herlln and a com-1
mission was appointed by the (iovern
llletlt to devise method" lor the preven
tion of such abuses lu the future. The
work of that commission, tlm resultant
legislation and its eir.vts Viet.' suited
succinctly bt the Hughes commission
three jc-irs ago as follows.
The i oininltslnti wii" computed of Oov
et imieiii olIUI.ils, im i chant, hankers,
inat.utiictuieis, prof.-sois nf political
econum.t ami juuin.illsts. It was in ses
sion oi v iar and seven ninntrm. its re.
pnit was completed lu November, 1!3.
llthotigli lliete had Lien a wldespiead
.'optilar d,'in,inil that all slum selling
shn'ild he prolinase.;, urn commission be.
came satisfied that such a pulley would
be harmful to Herman trade and IndiiMrv.
ami It so i.-iiitiil It was willing.
Iionevei, to prohibit speculation in In-ilu-tH.il
toik. In general the lepnrt was
CtlllserVlltlVH 1 i tune.
Tile lt!ch.-t,l', howcer, lejected the
Mil ieintiim.nil.'il by the ciitntnlssliin and
hi Hit enacted a law much mure drastic.
The laud owners constituting the powerful
Agriiilan part.! conti'inled that huit sell,
lug lowered f. pi let- of aRrlcultili.il prod
uct and demanded that contracts on the
exchange fur the future d. livery of whe.it
and (lour be prohibited. The Heh-hstitg
assented to this d.-iiiand. It .Welded also
lu dimntidj for an abatement uf stock
speculation and prohibited trading un the
exchange in Industrial and mining shares
fur futuie delivery It enacted also that
evet peis'Ui desiring to carry on specula
tive transactions he required to enter his
nanm in a public rettlM-i' and that specu
lative trades b pcrso'i!. inn so registered
shnuld he dtenn-il gambling contracts and
told. Th" object nf th" legliiry was tn
deter the small speculators from slock
gambling and restrict speculation to men
of capital and character
The lesulls were quite different from the
Intention of tlm legltlatnis. Veiy few
persons nghtertd Men of capital nnd
character deellneil lo advertise i"inspvps
as s ulaturs. Tim small fry found tut
dltllciilty In evading tlm law. Foreign
brnkt'is, seeing a netv Held of activity
opened to them In Herman), thick, d to
Herlln and established agencies for tlm
puiclliise and sale of Mocks In London,
I'arls, Amsterdam and New York. Seventy
such nttlces we peneii In Iterbn within
mie jiar after the law was p.isnd ami
did a limn IshhiE hu!ms. Herman cipi.
tal was thus Inintfei red to foreign mar
kets. Tlie Herlln exchange beciim.' In
significant aid the linanelal standing of
Germany as a wlnde was hnpalied.
This, however, was nut the most seiliuis
cnnimqiience nf tlm new law. While bank
rs and brnkiis. lu order (o ilu any husl
iit ss at all, were required lu n sister, tlrelr
Cllstumeis Wete i,,t ciimpelliil p, , p,,,
Clllisi qui mly the latter could Speculate
through different biokeis on both sides nf
the market, po,'ketnK their profits and
welching mi their hisses as gambling cen
tral ts. iuii! runs cases uf tills kimi
aioMt and In suum the plct nf wagering
was etiicrnl bv men who had pievluusl)
Uirne a good reputation. They had tlehleit
to the timpiatlou which the mm law- held
out to them.
.vii'iiiicr cuiis.-qiu nee was In tu,n
in the In i lie hanks much uf Ihe hiislnesi
. .-. .-.unit ,."i- ii. ii ii ii . i, in.. .
I'irsiuis tv im desired tn make speculative
hit esttimnpi In home securities iiiii.lli-ii ,11-
if'tlv to the banks, depositing with them i
j sanstacim y s,.(uiity pn- the puroha-t
t. i in- i ,ei-ni.in .banks item largely
iniueis in new enti'i ii 'es they muM s,.
the v.viiilties tu their depositors niur
finance the ciiterpi ise wllh the deposits
This win protitHhle and safe business lt
guud Unas, hut attended hy dangers In
periods uf stringency, since the claims of
depi.sli.i'-s weie p.i)able mi demand. Hero
again the law wiirked grnlesqiiely, since
customers whose names were not on the
public ivslsler could, If tlm speculation
tinned nut badly, reclaim the collateral or
Ihe cash that they had deposited as
Ilm evil consequences of the law of lSir.
iiroiignt aiiout its partial repeal In lftus
Hy a law then pasred the Government
may, III lis discretion, authorize specu
lative transactions in Industrial nnd min
ing securities of companies capitalized nt
nut less than $,1,(100,000; the Slock llx
i liiingu leglster was ahnlMied . all iersons
whom names were In the "llaiiilelsn.g.
Istiq" (commercial dlrecloryl. and all n....
sons whose business was that of dealing In
securities were declaiml eaallt- lM,uiirt in-
i-inurucis inmn uy
contracts made by them on tlm exchange.
liniviucii inni oinrr jwrsons were noi
ueh contracts, but ir
. 4 .
. Ill BfirT.; IK' liRi iff
"The Ekctric with full view ahead."
for New Yorkers
THE Waverley Comaany wishes to publicly emphasize
the appointment of the Poertner Motor Car Com
pany, 1 922 Broadway, as their Metropolitan dis
tributors for the SILENT WAVERLEY ELECTRIC.
For fourteen years the Waverley Electric has
been a leader in the automobile industry. Unexcelled
facilities for manufacturing is the foundation upon
which the Waverley has established an exclusive po
sition in the motor car world. And it is with the
idea of perpetuating this reputation and prestige that
the Poertner Motor Car Company is appointed the
New York distributor.
Nearly every one is interested in electrics. You
will hke the SILENT WAVERLEY the minute you
see it. Every wish for comfort, convenience, flexibil
ity and serviceability has been anticipated and de
signed in each separate model. The WAVERLEY
is another electrical achievement.
Four models are on exhibition in the Poertner
Motor Car Company's show room. Make it a point
to see these cars. If you cannot call, write for beau
tifully illustrated catalog. Just drop a postal and get
it bv return mail.
The Waverley Company, Indianapolis
Poertner Motor Car Company
1922 Broadway, N. Y.
iich t'ersuns made deposits uf cash or col
lateral security for speculative cmitiiicf
timy could not !"cl.um them un ttm pit u
that tlm .-uilrait was Illegal.
Ill so far as the liel, hstag In IM"! h ut
a i ll.ecj to pi event small spctilatois fi.iui
wasting their substance un the exchange
U not only failed nut, as we have teen.
It added a darlcr htm to evils pietluuly
IJermany Is nnw seeking to recover the
legitimate business thrown away tw.lte
ear ago. Sn, still prohibits short selling
of gra'n and Hour, although the efftsls o.
tlm prolpbltlna have been quite dlffelen!
from those which lt suppottets antici
pated. As there are no open marke;- for
thus., products ainl no isiutliiuous quota
tions hulh buyers and selleis are at a ills,
advantage prices a,n nioie HuctiiatltiK
than they were lvfoie the parage nf tlm
law against short selling.
The governors of tlm stock l'xi-haugo
lay great stress on tlm outcome of tlm
legislation In flernmny. for the reason
that many of the suggestions made for
the regulation of the Netv Yuri. Stock
i:change have been tried and found
wanting; in Merlin nml they propose to
substantiate Ilm findings of tlm Hughes
commission by many other facts and
authoritative opinions. In regard to
short selling nNo they are preparing a
history of th" laws enacted for that
purpose In l-'rauce. the general idea ls
Ing that the sale for short account, pro
vides n purchasing power in times f
depression and thus tend to promote
stability In the markets. The) will hold
other meetings this week anil tlmy ex
pect to have ready before many days
a clearer and broader exposition' of tiic
theory, history and methods of the ex
change than has ever before been pre
sented. PROCTER DIVORCE ATTACKED.
Wife. Who Wnn Connie as, tj.
Innle I'rnsh I'rrt ciileil Met, ,
Cincinnati, .lan. I -In the Common
Pleas Court to-day, the llaroues Nadlne
von Kllfuss, former wife of Percy Proc
ter, aged snip magnate uf Cincinnati,
made an application for th,. setting aside
of the decree of divorce which was
granted tu Piucter last June
The Harmless Mls f.)le, .,is ttnlibe to
contest tlm suit hi cause she was one nf
the passengers mi the lllfatnl Titanic
She was on l.er way to Cliicliiii,iti, she
sats, and wlmn the steamer sttuck she
was lowered Into n i,at ami became
sensi'hs. Sh" remembered nothing more,
she says, until she awoke in a laindnn
hospital Fur weeks afterward, she sajs.
he was afraid lo cioss the Atlantic, lint
ilnall.i made the trip in Auciisl, onlv to
hear that a divorce had been griiiibd.
JOHNSON SUCCEEDS BAILEY.
Killlnr nf llotiaton "Dull) ol" o
l-'lll rneiplrcil Term,
Apstin, Tox .lan. 4. Cov, Colquitt
received Senator .1. W. Halley'n resigna
tion this morning, uccepled It and ap
pointed II. M. .lohnsoii of the Houston
Dnilii I'ont to the viicancy, all within u
few minutes. Coincident with Halle) s
letlrement trom the Senate camo tlm
announcement nf Congressman .Morris
Shepperd from Washlngt on 1 lllll 111! B ll
candidate for election to the vacancy.
air. Johnson says his uppolntmcnt by
Oov. Colquitt holds good until tlm l.cgls
lature, which meets on January 14,
elects some one to till Hailcy's unex
pired term, which ends mi March 4.
Shepperd Is the nominee of the Demo
cratic preferential primary for Senator
for the full term, The Legislature Is In
control of the Piohlbiilon faction, in
which Shepperd belongs. Colquitt and
Johnson urc antl-I'iohlbltlonlnta.
1384 Bedford Ave., Bkn.
NURSE FOUND DEAD IN HOME.
tllss I liliiielle's lloil) XI u J Hull
l.nlii There Veiirls n Week,
I .Miss Hva Chappelle. I jears old ,
traliied muse, was found dead on ri'ai. i
night at h"i- home. i-.35 liclamere pin.
liimikl.t n It I- supposed that the bo.i,
bad lain alone In tlm house for nearl.t i
ttieli. Mis- rhappell- laid not been hmi
' sine" the previous Satuiday.
, .Mis i iinc Suylani a next dnor n"lg"-bm-.
went to the Imuse mi I'llday IllEl'
I nnd getting no n spouse when she tni a
the bell cp. n.-il the door with a key win. a
Miss i 'h ipp. lie had given her Sonm ..f
lh" gas lights in Hi" hulls" were burti'i. :
Miss i-li.-iiielli s lm !) lay In the Klteh."
1 l'r I'ahst. tin- Cmmier's pliyslclan. i -
I forted the ih ulh us caused by Imail dl-
.M'.ss Chappelle was giaduated in l4 I
at the Lung Island College Hospital Tram
I leg School for Nuises. She was legm-i'-d
i us one of tl.e most capable niii-es "
lliookltu and hud b.etl elliploveil in ili
talidlt uf M.i.t.U' liatnoi. She Is snub"!
by a slsd r. Mis. Louis Ptltler nf I'.Tn' k
Imi. and a biolln r. William Charles ch .-
p. lie who Hit s lu Ihiglaii.i ,
DIES TO SAVE CHILDREN.
Hulel. Turn l-lirot llrlver I iitb-r
Will-els of Ills Truck.
I 'rank Schcldler. ,t truck drlter w i
killed yisleida) afteriun at I list
end Cflmmins avenue, The llronx. w!.,l
tr.ilng to swerve his horses to ai.!l
runiiln-' tlown sett nil children In
path of the tiuck. None of the children
Schcldler was :.o years old and mar
lied, lie lived al 12 Pi Washington .if
hue, The Hroll.x. tic worked for V
lam l''iisel!iardt, a contractn!' . f ' '
Cnncurd avcinii. A rc.r wbcl uf
own triit L isissed .iter Sc-hcld'n r's un iy
SAI.K IIV AM'TION.
: F i f t h Auction
X Avenue Rooms
. .in .irpnra .-il
.'L'LI-.'t I l oiirtli Vx i mil',
S, II, ( oi'. .-,, street.
HI'ViA IIMli.VtW Villiioii-or.
Now nu llnll.v lew
from tl A. tl. lo II I'. M.
collect -il Iy Ihe 1 it j
Ash W. Tvnney,
hliii'.e of the LniU'd .Stales Distiut
Com t for tho Lantern District i!
Mrs. Mary Suydnm,
ot llniicsilnlc, I'ciin.,
and sevei al otlier collect rs,
inch. illu,: Paint lii"s and
Ski tunc liy tlio lite
Daniel Huntington, A'. A.
Also Studio l.floiU, consist ins ol
co. t mil's iiseil liv him a model for
liii impoitiut pii-turcs nml seveial
Portfolio of I'lchluns and
The Sale by Public Auction
will Im held on Weiluosil iy, 'I'hwi
tl iv anil l'rlday. ,1 lit s, u ami I"
loin, fonmienciiif; at n 1,1 t-.e n
c:iitilotties nnileit on applm.it i. o