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THE SUN, MONDAY. JANUARY (5, 1913.
SIPP WON'T RETURN
WITHOUT A FIGHT
He Still 1 ni1 - I'olicc Hint'
Trump'''! I l 'liiiru's "n
Of l(V I'llilC
MVI' ST.W IN NOW
liillilitu llcni-s Hotel Miin Wii
Asked to I'lcnf ( crtii in
Police If riff ji I.
!C(IIR' A SIpp. I t t (t tl I lIllllllltlM'
witness who was at rested Saturday, night I
In Allnntlc City nn .1 ch.nge nf felotiv
will llelil extradition li Nut Voik mi
ihx ground t tin l Hi" iIi.iik" imamst
him r.' trumped up l.t the polite be
lace nf lit- tctlniont
Tlir illiitl.l will l.lve im in ;i
tell 111 Atl.illlk ltv niilil I lie iiuestioii
l set t !!. n." ili'' iIi.uk' mtnlnsl I1I111 I"
uni' nil which Hi'1 .Wvt .lu.'i) laws il"
not mlinlt prisoner tn I 1 1
SIpp hn not been milli'l. il. Imt wii
h 1 1 e.sl etl nn 11 u .it Hint Define etrn-
llllliHl 111" police tllllst get till' (ililtlll
.1 ti t to millet Then the I'lsttlet t
torney "III nK liov. Suluer tn seek
i jit I million.
Hec.inse nt tin1 ilini'Kc liv SIpp Hint
tile polite Were plotting iiK.unst litui nil
account nf Ills tost Itnonv l fore I In
Curr.in i.ninniiitri' unit beiiuise nf ntlur
Information said tn have been U educed
Plsttlct Attorney Whitman will Hives.
TUate 111"' whole rase tlintoiiglily define
taking imy notion
The District Attorney bus li lit .1 ilia!
an ollli'l.il nf t lie Police p.'p.u tnntit
called nn Ml?. Hipp last week .mil tnlit
her that If her lnilvind would tn.iK
an attlilavll eliminating a t.'tt.iin police
official fmni all allegations nf gtatl t !
prpM'tit charges nsalnst Sipp would be
Ml Whitman aln li.i been tn'il tliat
Sipp t .in 11 lintel In ll.11 1' in fni 111.1 n
Vents wltllii,l! police IlllclfclellCl' al
though iiiik li wn said In iln- neighbor
hood leg.iHllllg the t linracter nf the
place, and that Miss Man 1 ".ili'in.iii.
suffragist and lawyer 1 It ! Hits lint.-l
in her speeches against 1 1 if cmiilucl nf
tlir tllsttlct. Mis- Coletn.in did lint
nillife wotds in talking nf 1 - hotel ot
nf SIpp when she wen' m . w .l.t-.n
nml .inipulgin d .-ig.ilnsl I1I111 when In
was tunning for I'leeholil. 1
In spite nf these things nn action wn
taken against Sipp personal! mud he
liml testified against the pnllie before
the 1'1'tian committee He ran the
U.ilttc fill' twelve, yeais. ftnm limn to
i; Although attests wen. made In
Ills iliu e, he himself was nei.i ar
rested on nut , barge i nnuecieti with
running a questionable i.-snit.
In Atlatitli Citv Inst mulii Sipp te
iterated his -.tatenifnt that the i hrtices
iihln-t hllll wee ihe resn t nf plutlini;
hv the New VmU pollre Me .spresied
entile wllllnune-s to appMil hefote the
i.'ntran eninmlttee asln mid tell any
thliin nmre nun he luiows about police
and ifi intidltinn KUw.itii .! Newell,
his a'tnin. . whn went tn Athintu iMtv
hp soon n he heard nt Slip's line.-,,
te seel.lnt; :o eiTeet hs ell.'iit's release.
Ho -aid l.ft niKhi th.it he was pre
pare.! to put up aiiv amount
SIpp evpl.lllled tlu: It W.IS f..;n- ,,f
police per.i'utinn that ilfnve him finm
New Vnrli Aflei mK Newark Sipp
.said he went to Ami'V I'atk and then
to Atlantic cit He said thin lie wn
;um prepiirlnK to teiurn to New VorU
when he wns artested.
'There is absolutely nu truth m Hie
lifirpes l.iiiiiKht against me. h..
not the iiightfot fiinnilatlon for tlii-m
It Is all dune tn make sure nf my return
to New Vol k
Jniipector Dennis .1 Sw.-enev eum.
nmnder of the inspection disiriei ,n
which Slpps hotel was loeiiled, was
mentioned by Sipp in his testlmunv.
SIpp Mill that I'olirenian Kox. ti. wbum
he (illcKed he had paid protection mnnev .
hail Riven him to understand thut
nweeney was tpe inn who
nlshtnif the proteinoti.
Sweeney was asked
or not he hnd Ix
'ti Instrumental in .P.
tHlninK evidence against
Hipp lie said
inai was a mutter which was i.nK
handled hy the dtertive bureau nnd
that even if he had nnythmi! to dn with
u ne wns not permitted to ilcuse
nt men whs asked if nn of his
hd he.-n out Hettlni evidence
' V'n " V.A uni.l ....... . .
r ", ioe , emrdl lltlli e 111 u i
n iiiai mstrict hio under the command
of a lieutenant '
He said that lie had not seen Mis
SIpp and that he wouldn't o to see
hr. The Inspectnr was told of a re
port that two of his men had been in
atrumental In itettlne the aftidavlts on
which the wnrtimt for 8lpp was issue,)
n replied that he did not have any
men that the detectives ,stric't
nere Central otllce m.-n who we,.. i,n.
der the comma ml of their own oftictis.
Atlcmpts lo see Mrs .sipp weie m
vain. A maid said th.u Mis Sipp w.n
III 111 bid ami would not see anv one.
Ilniniy It Kmkiier. ,.,,.t (.,1V(. for
the. Ciirran cnnitnlttee, would not com
ment on the arrest of Sipp beyond cn!.
in attention to the fact that SIpp had
not hern aiiested by the polii e until
after he had Kiven his testimony In .
foie the Ciiri.iu i omniltlee.
District Attorney Whitman will sub.
pn-nn Harry II s.-hlucht, supei intend,
ent of the Kast Side Protective Assocla.
lion, to appear before the (irand .lin y
10-day. Schlacht itllenes h(. wUH )1H'.
suulted in hi- oflice afler he had con
ferred Willi Mr in, l;ner re;iirdini; hH
appearance liefoi,. tii,. Cm ran comnilt
t In connection with charges Hint
Krnft was paid t,v pushenrt pedlers.
The physician who examined Schlacht
will be Kiibpiiiiaeil aloni; with several
ulher wilnesses n.'ineil by Schlacht.
PRIEST HURT FIGHTING FIRE.
Se'Tnl Oilier tliircnl nl
t h ureh
A hla.lni; can of ph .sphrn u w lm h
was kickcil out of Hie or ic sioie of
Benate He H't 301 llociavvnv avenue
Kan Nen Vork vetenl,n afternoon
rolled into a crowd of Itahai-.s ivlio wen
wati'hlnp a chinch elehraiioii in the
stieM The rrond was thrown Into a
panic nd siatieied The ;ev llenrv
A. Zlmtner of ihe Chiirch of h, Holy
Trlnltv of WillliimsbuiK In un eiion to
pi'titei t the relics fjnm the lila.e
badb biirmd Ills cIoiIuiik look Hie
and he had lo be mkcii to si Cailie
rlne'H Hosplial lor ti e.ttinent. Suvei.il
othom were burneil siiKhlly
TI Is thoiislit Hint the phospnoiiiK was
Mt nflre. by mice, which not into the
in in inn store tiic driiKKist
tils UK II sloie pv iioillim; (he
"Hove innny people live on
the rcputntion of the reputa
tion they have made."
And when they do, that is
when disintegration sets in
nnd oblivion conducts the
We have a fair share of rep
utation ourselves, but we arc
more concerned in living up
to it than in basking in its
The Thompson Starrett
service gels better all the
time and the size of our
corporate hat remains un
15,000 RUSH POLICE
AT STRIKE RALLY
lliiMMliiiine )ni. i's Simislidl mill
NiylitsiicKs Out for WuNt
'I'lK I I' SI" UK. Til KY IIKAIt
eel i e
lie to Kt;ilii
Alioul 1.". llllll i. rsiihs l allle to the
llllpodlollle w lii. ll s.nls olll l".,llllft. ii
atti ml tin- m, e.mi; of the walM nnd
iltis niak. rs Rti td.iv aft. t nnmi. swept
a doi-.n polirenun otT their fie-, tilled
till tlle.Ule 111 tell lllllllltes, smashed the
L-'ass m the flout dnut.- ami tme the
limits Hum lllelf llltlKe" I'nlii'e If
selves had I') ii,. iiiu'litiijiks nn the
There weie men and women waititn.'
ol.tlie l , Ilippnillullle , III ui llii'k 111
the mm mm; tnr a meetiu nailed Inr
1 j'l In the .itt.'innnn llj tiunn Hie
.ll'lto I,' .,'1. Ir,n l.'.n t . I, i. ,1 ... I'.....
inill'i -u.ei uu r-lIil IIM'Mlle W,l Illleil
with I pie ..iii linen leaihed down
tile side stlei ts.
Women uutniiinbeii-d the men thre
to nne When the duois were opened
til" twelve polii elllell on dllt flnill the
start w.ro smiplv shut into the est.
Uule liv ihe rush
The st.ii in dours of the I lipputH'onie
eustom.ii ilv open outw.iid. bin dldn t
'ei. nl.n All thy class panes ,v. re
smashed and tlien the doors opened m,
liltik-e". frames and all When poll, e
reserves, folium: tn the flout, invited
two-tliuds or Hi,. , ruwd lo
doors as closed. "iUO mote
sistr'il nn elileiliiK
The urder was Kivep t KO to un over
How ineetini; at llryani Hall, l'orty.
" ml stieet nnd Sixth avenue The
rear ot the i rowd found Itself at llryani
Hall .mil had simnlv to face ul.uii Th,.
flout of the .tnvvd either could riot or
would not rep.ili to Ilivant Hall Meun-
Whlle lllKhthtll Us Wile WllVltlK II tld
iiMotiullv. d nillni; In front of ihe
It vvas c, when Hi- Hippodtom.'
nieelini; was utile to sunt Mis H li
I' Helinont witli MM ,.z Miidoii,,,,,)
and lir fatliei. .1 Milliolland were
tn a box Mts It.-lmuni vvlio iein.,i
the waist makers in ilieir last strike
s.i 1(1 she was tbeie slmplv as K,,.M1 ,,r
tlie union She said the ;irN had her
svmpath.v. but that she was not hlrliu
Ihe Hlppodtotn- this tune as s,,. l,n,
for them once I i .,i.-
.lohn A Hvclie. Keneial seitetarv
treasurei of the Intel national Ladles
Carm-nt Work, is rnion, ptes!.d ami
said Hint the stilke which was to i ome
was pirt of a movement to futther the
principle of collective lull KlIlllillK be
tween i uipli veis and unions as to w.njes
and woikini; conditions.
lie s.,1.1 umi tll walflt nlu.l.,.N ,..
time hi;,, ii, iieuded to strike fot this
prlmiple. Imt tlie time was not ripe
anil tlie strike was deferred until this
e,it The i. uion was weak befoie the
iast IiIk strike and now it w as strum,
No institution was perfect, but the
principle of collective b.n KHlnlliK had
worked well in Hie i.is,. ,,f the cloak
mahinn tiaue ip. (ould not predict
huw the i utulriK MruKKlc would end, but
the wa.st. and dics.smikers uuld nut
Willi their dem-jiids witlioiit a strike,
and wliile t-oiiin cinployeis were fair,
iiianv muie weie not fjir
Huuh Km tie. i;eneial uruanler nf
Hie American I'edeiatlon nf l.abui and
Kiistern representative of Samuel
(lumpers, said he believed evei.v one In
the trade would lespl)M,) to tlie stilko
call The piepaiallonB fot this Indus
ttl.il HtritKKle. which he considered In
evltable, were complete. He conveyed
the i-ood wishes of I'resldi'tit Uomp'rr.s
for the success of the strike.
Abiuham UurolT. mananer of the
Ladles Waist and Dressmakers I'nlon,
who spoke In Yiddish, said that while a
sinke was cei tain, a referendum vote
will be taken on the question of a atrlke
to-day am. to-murrow. halls where the
strike vote is to be taken to he un
noutic etl this ui'iniliiK.
Meetings nf the strlklna Karmenl
workets were held yesterday In a num
ber of halls ihioiiKhoiit the city. Joseph
.Mannlnii. the pi ess lein esenlatlve of
the. NtrlkeiM, ,,, timt tle Htilke was
as laie as was expected and nil the
trade was tied up
About :'Utl manufacturers whose shop
ate affected by ihe irannent workers.'
strike met at the llroadway Central
Hotel vesterday afternoon, riie general
sentiment nf those at the meetinR was
asalnst the i losed shop, but In favor of
qihntlnc a 10 per cen increase In
I IioiiuIii l oor.i
IlKhted lip foi mills
oil a ttoie? Iiehl-r
I lie mw r l , v
1 11 Kht In 11
al.i l.oletl nfi
ll'ilik -,IVV 111
M.iiiliatlan lleacli Sandy
skin and wanted to know
in 1, 1., one i-iincy island was imi n-
11 '' s I , , , , 1 1, ; , lie('. s of
hei-e 111. 1 Rill the Iwllir nf l(, iH7.f.. T,
diiin.iRe vv,i .lac( I at icon Th,. uchi ,
nvii.il Ic ll'llilin
ih us. fi I Smith
The II lull) llev
. . , Xlnfforil III,
Tlie Itmlu It. .Ifihn A Staffotd of
St I'atitelis ciiwreh, .leinev city In
cilllea.lv III at the leetory. Itrainhall
avenue of pneumonia, whlrh followrrt a
im-alvile sii'okc nf nvo weeks nun. There
i" liiMe hope of his leiovcry.
FEARED BY POLICE
llciMl(iini'tcr Oi'ilci's Mltinietl
fop Kitihire to ( lo.se j
XKVKH AUK (jrKSTlONKhj
Offieinl S.. 'I'lle Are I'oi'liitl -
lien to Kntei IMnces lliiino
i.'. i t
I. .11 l.ll l-ll.l. .
, Tllele Is a feellllR of lllieasllless
ainonK police inspectots since the
i spreading or a tip In the latter pint or
I last week thai etTults are beltiif made
t to Indict an inspector for nettled of
duty tn rallltiK to close places Wliete
liquors ule sold oil Sunday und other
A police otllelal dlscusslliK the posst
blllty of an indictment on such evi
dence had the following to .s.n tils
name is not Riven because Commissioner
Waldo permits no Interview without
his consent, and neidless tn say he
would nut liuve permitted this nne if
he Were consulted
1 rli inly tielleve if an indictment
should be returned on noii-elosinR evi
dence a conviction would follow lira ml
.lurors. as a rule do not Indict s.ilmui
keepers when tliev in., churned wltli
violations of the liipmi tax law They
miiv taken different view when the case
l tin ned about "
lie vvas asked whv salunns open In
'Tlieie ts oiilv one iinsvvei to that
question." sa, i H,,, oillcial, who lias
spent most of his lweit teals m tlie
service at I 'nl ice lleadqtiat lets and
should know the Inside of thliiRs. -111111
it Is in dels That tn.iv sound tr.ini:e
In the armv and u.ixv It i- tlie same
Nnt a slnKle acllon is executed without I
1111 older Tlie I'ollie Department Is
way now Inspector llnves!
was Id out of the department for :
Inn that he Rot an older in keep
lllell nut of ill.soideilv hullse.s whlill
was not in printed or typewritten fm in
There is an order on excise tn tin. whole
department which Is neither wiltteti
not printed u verUil unlet not to
elite! .nit place wliele thele is an ex-.
cs,. liens,, without nn order liom the
Commissioner, and we obey it. '
It was said at I'ollce HeadipMitet s
ih. 11 every Sunda.v in the last lite nt
s. Weeks a special squad nf men picked
from the mlfninied force ate assigned
to eixclse duty, but Jtipt what their
otders are could not h learned
The .ictivitt of the aiithnritles secklnc
tn liidi, t an Inspector Is said to be due
to the ministers and others connci led
with church work who not lonn nun
made an effort thmimh State l.'xclse
Cntilinlsslonet W W Km ley to have
saloons closed on Sundays He mid
them that he did not have enoui;h In
spfcmrs to cope with the situation in
New ork city Then the chur. h wmk.
ers otTeieil tn pay the salaries of seventy-rive
men to be employed for that
purpose This offer ha not been ic
eepted as yet by Cnnimlsslonei Karley
nnd as it was made some time airo tlie
church people hat e Kit en up hpe
This new move to stop Illegal selllns
on S11nd.1v is said lo hate beHn re.
sorted to when It seemed that the State
I omnilssloner would not take u
hand In th
to stop nil llqunr
after 1 A At
Since the policeman on Host is ..
qlllr.'d I,, leKUlllte the sale of ,pn,r
from the outside and only make nnte nr
such violations as he may be able to see
throiiRh the windows or doors, their
have been very few convictions 'fti
omcer is only petmltted to testtfv 1..
what he saw and if theie are nieq m
the barroom drinkliiu- fmni eIhsss the
lawyer fur the salnuti keener will ,.si.
if lie knew what was In the Rlasses and
alsn If he was avvale that the niep In
the drinklim 100111 were members of
the lalunr dealers family Then the
case is tin own out of ,urt for Uck
WONT FIGHT MACARTHUR WILL.
I on Siimll
.Mll.WAi KEK. .Inn f. -The tliiealene.l
flirht over the manner in which the will
of Lieut -nen Arthur .MacArthur. I '.
S A was drawn and sinned at
han Antonio, lex., when the flener.il
wn .stationed there, will probably never
take place, for It has been found that
the amount of the estate Is su small It
will lie useless to hunt trouble hv
tloilltlR the will.
The will was not witnessed under nath
III Texas, thniiRh this Is required In Wis
consln. The condition of the .1 state has
brotiRht Instead of a difficulty m tlm
uujiistments of the bequests tn Hi
widow h movement to ask CoiiKress fur
a pension Tor her
Krlenda of the late (len-ral havo
quietly IjeYn workliiR to provide the
penalon. Dr Louis Krank and .lamca
(.1. Kianders are amonK those most ac
tlvely Intorejted nnd Knlted Stales Sen.
ator Isaac Stephenson has been Induced
to take care of the Introduction of the
necessary hill In WaHhlnRton.
The sudden death of Cen. Al.icArihur
left Airs. AtncArthur with slender mcHns
She now Is UvInK at Washington with u
son, DottRliiH, a Captain in the army.
OFFERS TO HELP ALL NEEDY.
I'nalar tab lo Br Informed of r.ver
The Itev. Kurl Itelland, rector of Si
GeoiRo's Kplseopal Church, Itutherford
place, lietween Sixteenth nnd .Seven
teenth streets. ald at yesterday morn
"I want to make a personal lequest
that when any one of this coiiKreifation
Is sick. Pleatui have 1110 I ATlhf llluil nt
Ionic, as I want lo know It. because li Is
my desire to Ret. to seo them as soon as
I am Informed. I also wish lo say that
If any of you become despondent, in
your loneliness, or are In fitiniHlnl ills,
tress, and need temporary nld, or If you
know of any one In illatreHb In this
nelRhhorliood, even though Hmy nr mil
meinbe.rn of this cmiRreRatlou, I say lei
me know It without full, mid If I can't
Ret tn them ut once, some of my ns
Noclntrs will. 1 feel tve all wnjit to do
more than simply preach tlie (iiiapni
and attend church on .Sundays, If we
woum ruitii the teaching of ciuIhi,
who said, 'And he ye doers of the
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
RICHARD M. KURD, frelldnt
Capital Surplus, 8,500,000
NETTING 4lA TAX EXEMPT
;o I lc't 't-frt lan''.itt.iu
McuilJKiir Street. I5n'l.
1 BATTLESHIP LAUNCH SAVES 30.
leliluiui' limit lini-
I iilicnl.h . n. .1,111 Ste.ltll Minn li
lllom the liattleshlp Mli'limat) l.isl mulil
li's(lied thirty pas-eliUi'l i llntll the
S(eatliei Dieaii View, wlllili Idles be-
Iwiell Willull'jllbv lieacll and Did I'ulllt
'I'lie sleitner wa driven on nn mitir
bar near Willi nu li ! n II, a, li b lib h
Wllllls about , nVIn I, "I'lll'll- Wi le fnlli
leen battleslups nnrlinieil within two
miles of Ihe spot while the steamer
struck and ..mumI nf them saw lii
distress signals and sent iis.-lsinni','
The .MIi'IiIkiui was near, si the sniu
el. and twn laiiuclies liom llils ship
Wi'le Ursl to leaill Ihe t III lldill esil.
Tlie passi nirei s Ui H ail olf i 10
n'elock and wete lauded sal. lv at Will,
J'nitx pulled on the il.. iii i w un
til 1' o elm I, this inuiiilui:. wlieii tln
BOMB DROPS FROM WINDOW.
I'llelilelll llvvellel's tin,
11 I e 11 tl Miti-,.,
A bomb was liioppeil I ,1111 a witll.iv
of (lie iciieiii, nt on tlie iioitheiirt cor
ner of Thnnii son .-iiid Wes, Thitd
stleets slinitlv after tnlilniitlit this
iiiornlm,. II l iudeil t I'liul a can. 'v
stand and explod-.l Willi a bam.- Hint
hriiuuht Ileitis to winnows
The slum! .v is s. i ,,q i,,, I. t I'olic...
mini Kinkiest, in pit It 0,1 wlih a p.,,,
of w.it.r betori 11 del M.r 11 il.itn.iuc
RECALL FOR ALL
1 1 1 n.e. k 1 11
Shot! Ill lie
ells I'oriiin lleiicll
Tn ft 1, 11:
lo-d it .
Itoiiini.t.r N V
Conn . lustn. (Soil
'tltlR of the N. w lie
at w lilch 1 'omptrnM
.l.in ." Su
lielle I'm urn
r Willi nn A.
I'rendercast of Manhattan, spoke on
The Initiative. Referendum and Ite
111II The ni' i tlnu. whl.-li was I. eld 111
Hie New Itocllelle Tlleatle. Was ,i'.
tended bv about 2 tmn people win. i.imc
exp.ctlni; tliat .lustice doff iniRht speak
on Kraft 1 harys m crime in Manhattan,
but he made no nn'i-loii to . nil, 1
Ml I'lfiiileiLMst said he was in favor
of the recall of all ofilcjals exc p'
JllllRl'S s,!d ).;
I don't think the i.e., 11 would b,. r mi.
tilled HCl.lllst a man because h.. dlif. r. ,
Will lis oe .llis,lf. ,,f vveKate Tb.-V
r. , -..II. it two .Ma'.ors nf Seattle, and p. 1 -
feitlv I 'Bill 1 l.ese M.ivnrs did Hot do
their dutv m.,1 in,, prop,.. ..,s-.d Jii,Ik-
lllenl If the o, silS Would vtolk Will
I would s.iv "Don't Institute tli- ree.ii:
It Is oulv lue.iuse tin, old system dm sa t
work Hunt ih.it we want a ce-.v se'i, me
I do not favoi ili.. le. all of .lii..-i.
nie leiall ot .hull;..- was nuepi.d tleie
IS a ihitii;.! lh.it .1 .Indue tiilRllt lie liill'd
Upon to Ulllll'llIO the I, ., ,, l, ,se ll.'
limine llJfhl object tn bts ,!,., s,,.,,
hell. Ve If the it. 'Sent r,,rm cf repl es.nt.'l -tlve
Rut ernill. lit enliM I i,,,),. t,, of(i
n.s 11 niioiuii mere is mi roim bett
seeuie the , OS ,.'llt v end billil.'le'
tlie people If e tin, I Ul.it it does tint
Work, let I's tllid a lo iori.i t It Th.,
Illltlllllvu. 11 f, leilliiui, ,,,:,! ,.,,, lllt
to 111 I'll the p,.. f H,, L. Kislature. but
in help the l.et.i(l,i, p, tnH. t ,,,.
stand Its work nml do it better
Mr I'lenderaast prnis,., .lustice Unit
and said thai he had done ,1 meat deal
In Hie last fi vv months tn illspmvc the
cbarRes of 111, f rVicney !u;ailit t.
.tir crendeiR.'isi s'u,( t,i
(iovernment bciomes iueitl
nest thliiR to du " nnt
to loot It out.
but we shnuld
ploceed to do our belt
to perfect th
system of 1 1 pres,.nt,iio!i.
1 lint lie said was the effect nf th,. initia
tive and refeieiidi.in He said that
President Taft is a type ir 1 it Iki-ii whn
does not seem 10 understand th.it tlm
political world Is mnvlnt:
When Mr I'renderwist slated thai
the teachers' equal pay bill for .Vw
Voik city was a salary urnb bin. n
voice in the Ralleiv stioutisl "lint Mavm
(iavnor slmied that bill " Mr I'ren.
deiRast smllltiRlv leplnd: "Tliat Is Ih
.Mayor's own alfalr Ktert oilier meni
ber of the lin.nd nf Kstlinate and An.
pnrllonment slisiied a petition to (lov.
l)I.x to vein the I, ill n n 1 1 n 1 1 .1 1 :
lllll draftliiR Is .1 scletiii 11 ti I an art
Theie ale few in,. 11 in th, ;,.,v y,,rk l,ei;.
Islatiire who can piop.iiv draw a bid.
When one of voiir sublimated railroad
cm poratlniis wants It Rtslatiuti, does S, ,,.
iitor Henry Smith or AsseiablMiriu
'loluuiv Jones draw the bin ' ,'n. The
luiirnau lawvirs un it Tin , don 1 mist i
LOSES BOTH FEET SAVING GIRL.
Voillh, lil'lliliiu Hull, I'retenls
( nils 1 11 I'roin I'nllliiu I mler 'I'm 1 11,
WiNSTl'O, Conn . .Ian ,' .loseph Pub...
21 yeais old. who had i-etiirueil to New
Hartford after uu absence of two years
In Alberta. Canada, lo spend New
War's with his mother, lost bnili his
feet to-d.iy sntinir his cousin Miss
Anna Caslonk'iiri.v . from death under a
The cousins attended eailv mass 111
the Church of the Immaculate Concep.
tion, New Hartford, no ihey mlKht Ret
an early slart for Wlnstcd to spend the
day with .Miss Casionxuay's sister. Mrs
Kred Krcdctle. When they et the
church tlm train was already m tin sta-
Hon and hoth siaiied uu a run. The!
train hcRnn tn pull nut. Mss Canton- 1
Rimy made a .lump for li and Kiipped I
Ihe I'allliiR. Imt inlsseil Hie steps, and!
she was beliiK drawn under tlie wheels
when Dubn, who also bad only 11 urlp
on the rallliiK. clutched nci skins witli
one hand and kept her feci from tic '
rails until she dropped beside ihe tiaf k
Then Diibe relcastd hs Rilp and
dropped, nut tlie car wheels took olf his
liRllt Icr above the knee 11 11(1 his left
foot above the ankle
The train bnuiRht him In Winstr.l
Doctors at the county hospital wlj ,u
hoa uu von chance fur recovery.
NEW APPEAL COURT
it. -M' en
m: law hksponsihle
! Ki'ci'ii I Act IVi'inilN Kniiitl Pfet)-
ii I'.i t ion of All Ciie for
I 'I the lepnits ptepaleil for tile
year ,iu-i pa-seil by the various dcpjrt
nietiis u the District Attorney's olllte
none luislieeii leeeived with more interest
liv tlm-t who watch criminal court pro
t ciluif than 1 hilt which lia been compiled
l.v I'.nlieft I i'ayioi. the Assistant DIs
tri"t Mtoniev at llm head of thu appeal
bureau His retords slu w a market! in
crease m the volume of liusinei-M trans
licit il bv Ins brunch and a new record for
allirmaiices and convictions
Them were 1 1 1 new appeals in the Appel
late Division nl the Supreme Court in the
vein UU'.' and iMv--eVeit ot these were
ills) ns, il of (lurltir. the year and five more
11U e lieeii decided since the first of .lan
u.irc. Iliiri. The hiRlicst previous year
is lln'.i, when ninety new appeals were
made and eighty four dipo-eil of I ast
year there were lifty-lour appeals pend
iii.', on 1 ue liiM of 11 iiury from tlitj former
year, which made a total of lhf, anil the
'11 ,il ol tlispo'iliniis was II.". with only
liftv-'hree cat" ittidiiii; 011 January I.
A new law which allot.s cases to go on
appeal to the Appellate Dlv ision without
.1 ' s'.itftl case" licini; prepared Is liold te-
-I'oiisible lot the larRc number of appeals
settled la-t year In explaiiium the new
law all' I Its workinirs those connected with
the Distnct Attorney's onice referred to
.!,e itiutiiie tolliivveil 111 inakiiiR an appal
Vftera ilct'Vnlaiii had beep found Riiilty
tint" c ol ,u. e.ll vvniilil be Iileil. 11 was
, 0111 ed 0111 In a unit der case this acts
as ,1 stuv nt "c ut cm. in other cases tlm
I ' ii-oni r 111,1V Ret mil on bail by a certifi
ca'.' nl reasonable doubt from the higher
.our, I hen the atiornevs for thu con
v n l, 'd pri-oiier piepaled their case for
appeal 'litis xviis tlie stated caee." m
nther vvoitls a mil i at tv.- form, a sort of
runmtm account of ilie ttial 1101 unlike
whn Hie newspapers publish, with only
such . ui-tiiitK and answers ns were con'
"id. 'led essential to the exceptionstaken
1 y tn.- law v 1 .
'When tins ".tnteil ciko" had been n-e-pared
it was served 011 tlie District Attor
ney's 01111.1'. whete the appeal bureau
. "iiipaitsl it wiih the sienoRraplier's
untunes of the trial to make sure that It
v.:is a fiir presentation of the case (5en
erat'y the appeal bureau would Urn! that
some thiiiRs had been omitted in the
"staled cas-' which the bureau Heeitltil
es...itui! Then tlie attorneys for thu
iirisniit"- and the men of the appeal
luiteau sot together and reached an agree
ment a- in what -houiii constitute the
"stated case." the narrative of the trial
Ian aureemtrt was submitted to the
.Indue wlin trteti the cii'-e in the criminal
court and wlieii he had appioveti it it was
pi lilted and went to the Appellate Pivi
moii The cxetjiitiotis taken liy the attor
neys for the flcTciKO were interspersed in
The new law iloesnvvay with the prepara
tion of the "stated case " and under this
law, passed in September, mil. the case
oos direct 10 the Appellate Division hy
merely OiiiiK 11 printtl copv of the
stenographer's minutes of the trial with
tin- except mns In this way the case
anauist illi.ini, I Cimiinins 'of tlie l.'ar
nt'iiie I'rusi Company, which miiilit have
taken years under the old system to reach
the lusher lourt. was ready for tlie Ap.
pi Hale Ditisiou within four weeks by
-si.i,uit Disirlii ttornev Clark
Aliote ihe Appelia Diviniou i the
Couit of ppeais and the new law does
imt apply to that court Hut first degree
murder ases no direct 10 that court
so the in w l.iiv vtill not eiTect the Hecker
appeal, v.tiieh will t.-avel the "stated
case" Tout" '
The work of the appeal biiteau, ex
peditisi in many ways by the new law.
lias been thus tabulated liy Mr Tatior.
I" . -Lm:
II.-.. 1-.. I
Wi. ll ..r,l
'I'll.' Ilnures for the hinher court, the
(our! of Appeils, for the pat year hIiowh
but one revers il Here is the' list:
li. 1 u' 1 n 01 .it il. 1
It. . I.
It. .t- - ... j
Mniirice Liistiit, acc'iiHts:! of poinonini;
lu wife. tva the only prisoner whoso
c.im' was reverM'tl l.iistijt i now- free
on IiIh own reconuiyiiiice, its homo of thu
lii.ilenal witnesses cannot lie found.
AmonK those whose ronvietloii wna nf'
finned whs) .lohn Cain, a tienro who at
laclfed several perMitm with a knifo at
I oliiiulmn uvenue and Kittli street Oov
IMV conmiiited liis sentence to life Im
MRS. TIFFANY RECOVERS HORSE.
( .iinei slolt-ii w hilt- lirouiu U'na
i liiireli Mmpet'l ArrrnlrU,
i'.i. . t Un. oon r-.ict.11o liorc. owned
I v Mir It.'luii.iit Tiffauv of i!S Wtt Ninth
Mi. ft. .Miinli.ittnii, v nu has ! country
.-lull' on the Fuii-irliiurd load In I'oit
Wiulswoith. Iiiik lieeii itcoveifil, Comet
wis sioien fun,, ,, ham In the ifar of tit
Miiiv'm Chuieli in I'oit Wadivvoith tn
.N'evv Yf.H'i. oMllli'ii;. while Mloll iel
I 'nliiiii, tin- i oe in. was atteiiilln' in'iss.
t stelilav tiitet'llve ('oimliUni. Iriirnnl
tl-al a horse rei-eiiihllni; Coini't was seen
.ihiuii Oiuicniil. ami lie went there ami ar
until (li-oiKe llailll. 31 yearn of ace,
"lm f.i.vs lit. has mi hunte Marth would
nut mlinlt Hint lie liiitl stolen the animal
Miti TifT.inv Is the ilaiiirhter of Sir
MiiiliTli'l. (inieron She vvas notified last
nlKlit tli.lt liei (' met h.itl been recovered
him nie t. ... I the pollen that she would
in. .si eute tlm tlm f
A PHORT VACATION TOUR
February 7, 1913
I'ltOM N'l.N VOIIK
Prutiiiriloimtf tturs (rum (lilier I'olnis
incrs iiiuii'l-trlii tioniinrt.iilon irood until
I't'Tirii.ii-v :j. lneliiHlvf: sirpplnir Cur berth
.nut illnuii In liiiiinu i.',u nu nuiiur niii, nriti
lintel nifiiiiiiiii.nliii4, fm- m xll( oitf.
rwrlpntr lllnrrnili-s Hiving full Inrcu tnailori
nml Mlii. iiriiWiril by 'I l Ut-i Agent; or
. 44,4,444,., ti in. ri'tirii'i,. .ir
l '-tt'l llflli At rim,., Vcirk
j Pennsylvania R. R.
?B. Attmittt $c (Ha,
WILL HOLD THIS DAY (MONDAY)
AN UNUSUAL SALE OF
consSstang of smart styles in cheviot, cio.ri, v
chinchillla, velours and! brocaded velvet, Trerrj
will be offered! st the exception; all p,r?cei
$0.50, 15.00, 20.00, 25o00 &
SPECIAL SALES WiLL ALSO. E
off Women's Beaded. Rohcs (Unmade1 -in i
Petticoats; Dress Sifks, Cottcn Dres? C?:1
and Embroiderres; Boys' Washaib-'';
and a CONTINUATION OF THE FrsiP'OP' -JANUARY
SALEd of Hioaaeho V:Z'.:
rative L5inej;s, Blankets, Bcispreads, z . :.
there willl be a very import
T Y V. A U, 1 N Cf I U Urf
Also an olfferSinig
ber off Woaraemi's
pieces and Muffs
jftfllj Atiiuw, 3411 tuib
Fourth Avenue, cor. 25th Street.
Eldridge St., cor. Rivlngtcn St.
Seventh Ave., bet. -18th & 19th St.
Lexington Ave., cor. I34tli Si.
Grand St., cor. Clinton St.
East 72d St., bet. Lexln jton & Id Aves.
East Houston St., cor. Essex St.
I.oin. from l to l,000 nnnn
ptrdi. o( p.r.onal pruperlv.
APPEAL FOR INDIANS
MADE BY VALENTINE
Alllllinl ItopO rt I'l'SOS Xou LilWS
to VvoU'vi Kitrhts and llenltli
W.tHiitMiTo.v, .Ion. &. A strong argu
ment for the Improvement and relief of
the Indlnn clinrKco of the Oovernment
is made in the annual report of the
Commlfwlnncr of Indian Affairs to thu
,.,.rlre ,.f ,1,. I. ....
l.Mmadc public ioVnt.'"' '
The report Is made hy Itobcrt Ci. Val-
j'ttrt. m.r r
or (.omnilssloner. In It u plea is m.idu
tlon of Hit extensive iirouertv of .im
inrti'.Ms ..i.ii. . ' ..
.....s. s.,...ii,uit.-e oiu' 01 me
Kreuiu.si esiatcs ever hold in trust
uuy orKaniuuon or IKlVorntllPiit. In
cludinK the land, forests, water power,
minerals and funds held in tribal or In
dividual ownership, the principal of tlm
Indians amounts to approximately
three-quarters of a billion dollars, the.
Interest and rentals on which amount
to approximately $12,000,000,
Tlie Commissioner declares that edu
catlonal opportunities must bo taken to
Indian children who are not yet in
school, Industrial Impulse and 'oppor
tunity must be Riven to those who do
not now vulue their possessions, they
must have effective protection in their
property nnd personal rights, medical
attention and hygienic Instruction,
thousands of Indian families must be
provided with sanitary homes.
lie urges an appropriation of W.0,000
as ndvocated by the President In Ids
special message, for the Indian medical
service. Ho reiterates statements pre.
pented to Congress by the I'resldcnt
that tlie death rate among the Indians
la 160 per cent, of that among nil other
classes nnd that the mortality from
luuviuuiosm is mree una one-linlf tlnir
I'nlher lionarh ioln to London.
The llev Father A o, (lough of the
?ty s.'f ,.,,"" "'""Ion. PMor of St
f illip Nerls Roman Catholic Chuieli
will Hive up hh pastorHte In Newark tills
month to become a pastor of St I'eter's
Church on Oleikenwell rosU. London',
I'.HKland The Itev. .Insenh T rtllilml'liil
pastor of St. Ann's Chinch on Uast Hoth
.street, New Vork, will succeed him.
Woman MImIiik From Nnullarl,
.Mrs, I'anny LfHijusUy, wife of .lullm
LesiMinky, a mining man, with ninces at
JI2 Hrnnrtway, lu mls"lni: fiom thu I'.ilr
C'nk Smiltarluin In Summit, N, j, m,s
l.enynsky went thMe several weeks ago
when aiie ulCered a miou breaktlonn.
U I V.V 1 I'y JL., J V V li " A U '.
off a SSmniSfcedl mum
For Coats, Neck
at speccall pric
35tii 5lrrct5. 2Cnn avli
Ccurtlandt Ave, sor I Str St
Cirnham Ave., ccr. Ucbcvoisc St.
Pitkin Ave. ccr. Rockmtay Ave
One pit crn . (I'f) rcr month or
One-half per cent. (',) charcd
upon loans repaid within two weeks
from date of tnsltinc.
TH0USANDS .A.LlIS FUNEAI
oi-nnlnr llnrleil Willi lniires.lvo
,rr:: :'";:;;, n. .
I '""" iit iMiiiis oiouictl tne sne. ts ,n ' m
jtlclnlty of S nator .Inr ),i ua's n
1(,nce, the Snond Itaptls- Chur. , i .
M"1"" Ht,IIy ,Vmfttr t"1" ' '
iiiie.-s me srrtii-e.s atteni n . ,
funeral of tlie jirn:.ti.i ami
S...UIUJ pel.sotl.S Vt'l'ne4.M'il Hie fin. r.il W,
It vva.s iiiupifxtliinali.. th, ,,,ic
funcial ever vv Itncfwci lu Uii.s i-'i',
of tlie roiintr.v. nml me.iiMiN i.t t
ConBii'i-N tuneral nartv i-.ilil It ... i.m
" '" ' 'T W illie. Set! '.
II n VI hlnif !... I.... i . . ...i...
IL , e i "x. " '
, Kvnns a close i.r.is,.n'.i f, i. ,.,i ,r n
'"',rt" ' '"'". lepresen . .1
i ue Delegation from he 1 1 1
was composed of llcpresentath es i" -Inson.
(loodtvln, Macon, (.'ratens. l-'i .
Uldllcld and .lacovt.u of Arl.nns.is. '
lop of Indiana. Davenport of ( iUl.ili"m
Nelson of Wisconsin. Miller of linin
sotu, (Jreene of Vermont. Itersc of K.uv
pbh und Klnhaid of NelirasUa.
The funeral procession, two units loni;
whs headed hy the I'll wt lioghuen' Uui"
and troops from n rt l.og.m li !!"
and companies ot the Arkan.-.i.s Na
tlonal duard, ,
Several bundled II oral tributes tier.-',
sent from all parts of tlie coiiiihv
I lllll Mil Uk m WPI
I unn nml
The Wall Street edition of Tnr. IIvt.ni'J
Hu.v (ontulns all the financial news an"
the stock nnd bond quotatlono to t.io a'
of the muiket. A4m.