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OL. LXXX. NO. 129.
(invcrninent Wins Victory in
Supremo Court in Cotton
AFFECTS LIVlNfJ COST
'Jo Corner Any Commodity
in (ienernl Cse a Crime,"
Sns Sweeping Decision.
w ror.vn to prxisii
Ui. !ierliam. Pleased Willi Re
fill I. Hopes It Will End lieek
li iAclimiire Sie'iilntion.
v , ..ton'. .Inn. C - Tlio Supreme
C ' ) 1 derision Imtnli'il down to-day
. . '-called Patten cotton pool case 1
, -1t n i nrnor in any commodity
ik Into general u.o or Is trntir
i a iitorstatc onnim-rc niimint
. i - i. inn of trade ami is a rimilii.il
i 11. 1 r tin- Sherman law. Till-.
in legatdrd Hi tin- mint hn
, i admiuo in tin- application of
'ir..in anti-tru.-t law lh.it lias
: II i.le ! till- Sllpl'i'llle Colli t since
. - u i.iiil nil ami tobacco trust de
. .- ..- In it tin- Attot ney-Gcnclul e
, - ; liiul .1 1'i'V rrful ngentor iro-
. i- I urii.' Mill' aitiilruil prices fur
i .IK on this mi Mr. Wicker
i ,.i a fiiitii.il statement issued
if 1 1 noun nam.
.' phi. dt vision tin' Supreme
! - .un a v.n tn stop " nt lu-rn" anil
r.i.-n gambling Mp.'fu l;i tin . wlin at
1 i.i tun pools iiml il'.il.- ami 'cor
in uncut, corn, iiittun. Iiinl und
.'ii thr lis NjhiiIh nf undo ami
i m banc 's nf this eountii. Tho
...in anti-ttn-t law is now an el
anii powerful instrument In .Hup
ruining up ut poets of wheal,
i' r.. rntti'ti. An., by ir.i'ii who try tu
i 1 1." i the market. nr Injunction pto
. nus run It hmuulii ! Mop the
.n lii toiM it linn In 'ii Hilly curried
' .1 I'mtii'M it ml State Legislatures
MM- lift ii lor ji .ir.i vainly tr.ilng in
i.iss laws to sio siii h cornets and
sow: the .-"herninn law Is pliown lo he u
-iper and irtcctivo methinl to teach
i evil without In anwue interferhiH
lecltimale sales for fiitiile dellv-
i whetoer Iouk' 01 'short.' "
-!( x il'iis.nn also Is rei:ar,lel by
I eis ns fiitnishinc a imtho l tor te-
. i.e. within cettatn hm.t.r.lons, trad-
. c n erhatiRes.
mirt's decision was practically
i' -. mo is Chief Justice White ami
tin- piennses nn'tmn d hy the mn
"f the loiiri as In the scop,; of
' ' .s.on hy tin- t'nited Suitci C!r
".it for the Southern District of
.N V.. ill. in which the cotton pool
." si. Hied
T' t of tn-daCs ilr, is'on Is to
f" i ' ." ili-'ment of the low -r our'
.-..- .lie. i a detn.irrcr to
in the imlli Uuciti mi' r-
. 'ii . .li.nf of the defetidanls and
. " I M e 1 I'le tn the lower court
1 ! . ' li I., pi or, ei to the tt lal
! f-i. l.m's under the lemalnimr
1 .. ,!. mill' tnii-nt
'. ' i - ! iiTnre the Suprfme Court
mi- .- '.. v. 'nilier the defendants .lames
I1 I ":! KilL'ene Sinles, 1'r.itik II j
i w mi.itn r. urown anil tnelr
- v.,ic eni.'.'ii'ed In an unlawful
' lo relr.llll trade whll they
i . ' in the supplv of cotton
a t!.e year ended S"pt"mlier
I' u.is alleyeil that the ion-
.n-"tcil of an isreenint
oefeiidants to huy from .
- i.oou the New Vork Coiton
, .niiii"s nf ( ottmi for fn- I
' I'leallr 111 e' "S of the.
i Lie for nlcre W ll"ll lln-
I lin nlli.' d.ie H Was i
i ! lh means an ah- .
' iiiiU was o he rieateil on
' i' ".-llrrs. who would pay
' i'ii' is to oljialn coiton fori
" ' 1 d r I i.elr cnntllictM
' . ons were ratsed hy the ie.
" ' ' n the lower court. One was
' " "iistruclion of the cnunti, i
1 " ' that the Spureme Court took i
'i"ii Tl other point was its ;
ier Ue orfences chatted were
rr ." .ruler the anti-trust act. The
" h Id thai (ho acts alleged
1 i'i,. iiei. nd.mt did not nmniint
! i'"ii ni thu law. Tim Supreme
', ' i t .e opinion read to-day hy
" ' nil Hevanter holds this tu he
1 '! lues that the acts alleged
H '" e'liment iiK.'iltist the several
" .f pinveil, ronstltute n vlo
' 1 ' 1 ' anti-trust luw.
i un tins view the court ren
"1 m the celebrated Oanbury
'". in which strlkln union
'ie enloiued under the, Slier-
1 a ha ini; winked a restraint
when they eim-iiKed In a
' a lo e.xplaln its dlsnKree. 1 '"l" "'" wi-cUii for Thoi.ins Ke'ly,
ti' luslons of thu lower i president of the Ancient mder of J 1 1 -i
i."ii sas; (hernlans. to wive him with an order
' be lha't l unnlnK a corner j f,,r ""' nU' ": "'" "i.Hnlaillon'H prnp.
" iinin tn sllmiilate cnmpetl-I , rlv 111 UHlhslieel and I'lflli meiiiie on
' x dom not pirn-cut It froml'1 Ji"1'"'"'" "' H'1' Jl," '' ''" t-'m-""id'leii
restialnt. for It also r'"' ,F,:,1" , ...
ihwart tho tisiml operation nU'' ,I,''""I,H f""n(1 '"'icrnl hundred
,'s ,.f , ..ml .Inmnnri t I TholllliH K'ell.vs, but null" pi o ed lo he
H e ommoiiity fruiii thu nor
of trade, in enlmncu the
' i.'illy. lo hamper users mid I
's u satisfying their needs, and
" pun tlcally the muiiui evils its
i-"ppiession nf competition,"
'" adds that the corner, when
' effei tive. would lirevent trad.
0 '' 'onimodlty, "save at thu will
" "iispiratorH and at such prices
' uiteiesi.s mlKht prompt them
0 " ' And so the conspiracy was
"""i and to ,).. within its doml-
Mhieiii H ih, entile coiton tmde
"unlry, HenrlnK In mind that
"f ! .
wc tho nature, object and Bcoue
ennnplraoy, wo regard It as alto-
Continual on Fourth Page,
TIME CLOCK FOR JUDGES.
I'lUB tu ti IT II 'l U mi Hour
For the Urst thin. In the histotv nf i
thr courts hero the clerks In lllr Hint
parts nf tlio Supremo Court Iick-ui yes
terday In keep tn In nit the wolk done'
hy tin1 Judges. This will 1... thr nearest
approach in a tlmi clock that has cvtr i
hi'i-n krpt nil JiuIucm In this Sliilc. 1
Whlli! the ktcpltiK nf lho tvrnlil Is1
ilnno thrntiKh an nnicr iiiailr by tlio1
Siiprniif Court JinlKi-s themsrlvc!', It Is!
ilium nt the HiiKKi-Mtion of thr State liar1
Association, which passed it resolution I
to that effect nt Its last H'sslon. I
Lawyers have openly chnti:eil Hint '
certain judges "lentcd" and that Hiev
iiiilld hear many nunc rases If (hey
wnrleil as much as the Judges m other i
counties. The New Vork Juilccs have
always had defendets, wlm rntilrndod '
that mure work Is performed hy In-'
dhldual Judges In New yrk bounty
than i-nywhete rNe lit" the Stale. I
The record lo l.. kept l.y Hie ronrt '
clerks Is on n printed form, ahum two!
mid n half feet sqtiaie. It contains
a line for eveiy rase heatil liv the Jiidue
Iti eai h trial li rm of ihr Siipi. ine Coutl
Anions oilier thincs tl rd will
show the niinil.er of rases heard hy '
each Juilue, the Mlcces-fll lltiiwnt. the;
ntltnher of dl-ameetni'tits, defaults, dis. i
missals and d'smntlnuan-'S, amount
of the verdict and the numler of,
opinions wriiten lv the J up.,.
A compilation rt - .eh these n lords will ;
he stihmnted al the net imetmi; uf th
State Il.ir Asol uitimi
LEFTY FLYNN, YALE,
WEDS MISS LEARY
dunes av; Sui'iH'ise
'ii tiler of iI'(H!li,iil
M.uirli Henuelt I'lynn.
I.cfty l"l.nn ut V.ile. white
rlellt 'iif the footli.i.l le.tm last scn-
son. was married yesterday In the City
Hall to Mi Itena I.enry, who r.ne her
aililrc'-s .i Vot i:ility-Mtli street.
I'lynn's m.irrl,u:e was a s.irpr.se to
his f.itliir, .Ineph A. l'I.Mi!i. wh.i Iims
at I'll.'. West l"irty-seen:h stt.et. Me
said last nlclit that lie had m er h. iirii
of .Ml.-s l.eary and did not ren know
that his son In town.
I'lnn in nt to the license lejreati In
the afternoon and took out a Ixen-'c. He
cave his use as 21 .e.irs. MUs l.eary
Kild she was 23 years old, tint h'tr father
was Cornclltn l.eary and her mother
After the license had Iwen lsued
Aldrrmnn .Inlin McCniin iwrformrd the
Cereninny In the license hiireau.
"There must snnie mis'ake nlmut
my son P. Ina mntr'ed" ald Mr Kl nn
when (.lllfd up last n.cht. "He has
J lsl P lumed to Vnle. wheic he attends
he si,. Hi. -, Sell ntltk Sihool. after n
I trip to ll' tlMT W'th the collfi;.. flee
jiluh. Hi telcKinphed tv me last I'tiday
'from Syracuse. 1 am sine he must
have leturned to coUcye or th" sec re
, tary ..f the faculty, who Is a friend of
, mine, would have notified me.
i "1 do not know the youn lady to
'Whom he Is reported to have been mir
r!ed. I neer heard of hrr. He ha"
never intimated to me that ho Intendfsl
in he man led."
Nbw Hwks Conn, Jan. 0 When
the "SheiT" nu n- w'tf 'olii to-n'.ht at
, the Cloister, ,i "Shcir" fiaternllj hoii-e.
ih.it l'fv I'hnn h.i.l Inn in.irr.e.l
i they esptess. il siirpris" mi 1 doubted
the truth of ihe ieiott l'lviin Is a
Junior In the Sh-llleld Sclentilic School
and came bark to ale when the ( hri-t-mns
vacatlun ended on last l'rlday.
BLIZZARD TIES UP CHICAGO.
Sii.mt nu,l n Him lint; orl honatrr
1'lr.t Itrnl Tiisle of Inlrr.
C'iip'auo, Jan. C - A sllttht snows'nrni
here which lasted all dav turned Into a
bowllnir northeaster to-nlKht. the llr.u
hll7ird of the w Inier In Chicago.
Tralhc was de!ayci sliKhtly In the
rush hours and' later the cars. I.oih s u
f.n e and elevated, moved with .-. de
l.iihim; speed Willi lb" wind anil
n ca too iiiie a t.i.l in temp ut' ic,
tin in. ii i. r ilroppiiii.' more than a ue
i;rr" an bo ir fnuri 2, the lilnh point
of the afti i noon
Iiespatishes ftotn the West and North
west Indicate thai the entire country
Is due for a selce of cnld weather with
belated enow. Z'rn weather and snnw
are reported to-night In Kanse.s. Tho
fnllowlnR below zero repot ts also came
to-nlKllt: Chejenne, Wyo., 1M U"i; ;
Denver. 2D; Ainarlllo. Tex, 2, HIh
niarrk, N. D., 20. Dulnth, Minn, II.
Ifuion. S. D., IS, Moiireluuii, Minn., 2ii.
Snow Is fulling to.nlKht In Illinois.
Mlehi;nn, Wisconsin, KanF.'is, lown,
Oklahoma, Nidiraska', northern Texas
and portions of Missouri, while rain Is
reported In Ohio, Indiana, New Vork,
Massachusetts, lower Texas, Louisiana,
TcnncsM.Mj mid Arl.ansus,
WORK WITH MAN THEY SEEK.
llrputr lirrlfTN I'lnil llriitlirr (Mllcer
Is (llijecl of l.nnu "enieh,
Two ricpuly sherllfs have been f enrcli-
tln right Kelly.
They asked Sheriff Halli'iiTer yesler-
dny If ho could .subipmi any Thomas
Kelly who Inula t been Keen, uiid the
Sheriff Kiu.iTeslcd lhat II would do no
harm In nU Deputy Sheillf Thomas
Kelly If ly any dinner ho was t lie man
sounht. The Kherllf called Kt Hy In and
asked If he was nfflllated with nuy fra
"Vcs, I'm president nf the a. o. II.,"
The two ilepulics pnvo n Hlniill nf
Kladnoua and served Kelly ah the or
der. ATKDII.ll 1A.V HIIISKI'.T
Infteilble, In eicnness of puru wholrwm
qutllllri It Auttdlluv Ian. Luytlca tiros., .N, Y,
YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1913. Copvrtght,
POLICE CLEAN UP
WEST SIDE THEFTS
Arrest Six nntl Snv Hotel Hnvai
Have Confessed to $10.
MAY UK .Sr.00,000 IN LOOT,
Mimv Come to Identify Stolen!
(Jems Woman With
Jlaby in Cell.
Sprniil out on n table In the Vt
l'orty-seventh street po'lro slntlon last
night was a collection of Jewelry and
silverware and ItlnkeU of all sorts, with
two pearl Handled reiolvers and bur
glars' Jimmy and flashlights and roue
ladders scnttetcil union;; the penis.
on that table wete the trophies of
one of the In si conducted hunts that
Deputy Commissioner DouyhiTty's de
tectives haics undertaken In a long
In the ir!l.-i of the police station were
sl pilsoncrs, one of them a young
woman who cuddied u baby In her arms.
Two of the prlsotieis, according to the
ni!1ic, are tesponslble for the many
hurg'.it U'S that bale alarmed the upper
West Side of Kite. They nre accused
of cutci lug at dinner time the homes
of m .uv wealiby West suit rs. anion
ilu in lb m i lluldii. 11. 'i man Itldder's
brother, by itu.itis of a lope ladder, and
going nival with all so! Is of .ilii.iblis.
The woman was tuund In their Hut.
At Hie .ami' Uui" Doughel tj 's men
caiuht the two bellliois who admitted
that the hud committed many nibberles
In the rooiui' nt gtusls of the Hotel St.
Andnw. at Sei eiit.i -second street and
llroadwav, and lb" proprietor of u
pawnslup who l alleged to hale re
ceived the goods of the rope ladder men
and ill" bellbo.is.
These nresis clean up tho mystery nf
automobile Al" Unit drove up to the
West l.".2d sti eel police station lute
Sunday nlxht. There were two men
and woman In that cat together with
D.'teriives Hughes and Ihams. The
polUe would not .mii what they wanted j
the men for and put llieiu through a
long cross-examination thut lasted un
til I n't link yesterday morning. The
two prison"! s weir l'ercy Wyckuff. "i
lears old. of Tt'.tf Columbus avenue and
Htriy Willis, 24 yenrs old, of 17.1 West
102d street, both cmplord nt the Kt.
Andrew. The car belonged to Detec
In tho middle of lt ,!un gu.t at
the St. Andrews began losing valuables
from tl.ilr rnmi. The lo,' continued
In sp'.te of the efforts of detectives and
t'ie hotri ni'-n until n November 21.
v !i"ii M -s I'r.i'iies S. llirnea, un ex- ,
h .Mr nt h irn shows and d.nigh.er
..f the Kite Tlvm.ts It. llarnes, of 2T2
W'.-t Si cnt -second street found that j
her trunks lud been opened itnd that ;
she had been robbed of Jewelry that
she .ilu d at J10.000.
When Dougherty heard of this he
told 1 1 vn ins and Hughes tn devoto all
their time to getting the hotel thieves.
The detec'lves found that soon after
the li.irtii s rubbery thr entire hotel crew
had been discharged They worked by
ellmlnatlve processes until they were
prettv sure that WyckotT. who had
obtained .'inploi men' at Hector's us a
hellboy. following his discharge from
the uptown hotel, was the mnn they
v.eie loo'ving lor. on Sunday they
went tn I'.ertot's and took Wyckoff from
out of his elevator They rod him
around In the nutnmnhlle for u while
until he told them where Willis mljht
be found and then took the two to the
uptown police station, whither went In
spector I'uurot and Commissioner
Thci sav that by 4 o'clock yesterday
morning thev had both boys confessing.
According to tho police Wyckoff. who
had been two years at the St. Andrews,
began his robberies last June, Willis,
who has been u Jockey nnd has travelled
all mer the world, followed WyckoTs
example Toqether tho two boys en
tep'd the iipnrtment.s of Mrs. Hahlo.
Mis .ln-ues H (SIII, where they Rot
SH.nnii worth i f Jewelrv, nnd Mrs. I'rlnre.
They worked together on the Harnen
robbery and took their loot to an apart
ment they had hired at 175 Weft 102d
stieet. The apartment was beautifully
fitted up and thn two young men were
living In luxury. They broke up tome
of Miss Harnes's Jewelry and then took
it to a pawnbroker who, they snld, had
received all of their stuff. At the men
lion of his name the police pricked up
their ears. They rcalked that he might
be tho "fence" who hud been receiving
other stolen property on the West Side.
They said that he was Jamea rrltch
ard nnd that his place wag ut 2DS Weat
When Dougherty nnd Knurot pot this
Information from the boys they told De
tectives Hnn, Jim und (Sua Hlley, Moore
and Mugge, who under Capt. Tunney
had been looking for what they called
"dinner men" tu keep n clone watch on
I'rltchanl. They argued that If lie had
taken the hotel boys' goods he might
have a lot of other stolen stuff In hla
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Dougherty nnd Knurot marched Into
the pawnshop und asked I'rltchard to
show them his goods. He recognized
th" Commissioner and stormed about the
place. As ho was protesting tho door
swung open nnd in walked a man who
slopped nt tint sight of tho two police
oMb'lnlH and turned on his heels. He
tin iicd Into the arms of Detective
Mimic, who had followed him Into tho
place. Tho man wna C.eorne Carr, allna
Yogelle, alius John Hoffman, nn ex
convlct whom Tunney and hla men had
been watching for a long time,' Uo
v. me n $300 diamond pin and a diamond
rim; woith $200, He had been followed
from an npurltuent nt 161 West Ninety,
n illh street.
Dougherty lost no time In telling his
men to get In Ihe Ninety-ninth street
apartment and wait for developments.
I'lesontly Minn Kilty Cnrr th con
vict's wife, wild had herself been sent
away for burglary Her the police
at rest f ii, i wo inaueii revolvers, a
Jimmy, a flashlight, skeleton keys and
rope iaddcra were found In her room.
Continued on Third rage.
ATTACKS CHILDREN'S DANCES.
Mlnlatcr CrlllclDrK Witclal l"anelliin
fur lln ami (ilrls.
Mos'Tct.uit, N. .1., .Ian. . Tongues
are wagging to-tiny In Montclalr be
emu1 of tho criticism by the Itev,
Harry Kmersun I'nsdlck, pastor nf Hid
I'lrst llaptlst Chinch, In the first or u
series of sermons on "The Five Ages of
Man." Mr. Kosdlek is n brother of
Knymond It. Kosdlek, former Commis
sioner of Accounts of New Vork,
"What are wo doing for the children
of Montclalr?" nsked the clergyman.
"Hoys 12 yenrs old send cut flowers,
to little girls, and call for llttlo girls
In carriages to escort them lo balls and
receptions, Thirty years ago men
ciime to Montclalr from the city search
ing for u place where they could bring
up their children naturally. Am they
doing that now?"
Superintendent of Schools Spauldlng
recently told the Hoard of IMucutlon
that mothers Insisted upon their chil
dren lemalnlng away from school lhat
they might take dancing lesson i and
attend social functions.
150 POLICE WILL
'reneh. Riisvjmi nnd Italian I)C'
tee fives to Wnteli Him
fun .it rub' Hfpatfht In The Si v
l'tiiis, Jan. C. Although It s officially
denied that the young Czarevitch,
whoM' Illness has caused worldwide con
cern, has j t riaelied Meiitone. on Hi
Itlvlera as repotted, the correspondent
of Tin: Sin is able to ronllrui the
despatch to Tut; Si v fimn St Peters
burg on November 2s to the elTecl that
pteparatlons to receive him have been
made. The Czarevitch, as told In the
St Petersburg despatch, .Is coming to
the Klvleia to complete his ci uvnles
Celice His artlvnl at Mntone. Tub Srv cor
respondent Vdins, has I n ibliied by
the necessity to take evvrv i 'icuutlon
for safety. It Is known that about
l.'.O police are now on dutv at Mentone
of this number the St Petersburg au
tholltles sent fot'tl of their best detep.
tlve.s and the Itusslan department or
the Paris police sent twenty The others
were supplied by the Prince of
Monaco's Krench special Itlvlera police
and the Italian police.
These precautions, It Is ndmltted,
hniH not Uvn exaggerated In view of
the heterugeiieniis character of the fre
quenters of the Itlvlera, among whom
aro many Uusslan refugees.
The aupervlslon and expenses of
watching over th" Czarevitch are esti
mated at ls.000 francs t 3.fico dally.
Thu explanation current In the ltus
Mun circles of Pails legntdlng the boy's
Illness, and which is now generally ac
cepted as Isdng the true one, is the oft
lepiatttl rumor lhat his precarious con
dition is due to an .man hist sailor's
attack. The j.oung heir to the throne
was so Uidly mutilated by his assailant
that a direct succession to the throne
Is Impossible. This attack, according to
report, occurred on board the rojal
In explanation nf this morning's re
port that the Czarevitch had alrem .
arrived on the Itivlera the corre
spondent of The Sr?; at Nice telegraphs
that the rumor arose from the arrival
of M Malakoff. a former' J'.ussian M,n-
lsler, and his family at the Cap Mnttln
Paiiis, Jan. 7- DesjiH,. nlP (,ti!t l.tl de
nlals the morning specljis of thu Matin
and Vnclilur und the Jt.ilera local pu
per.s afllrm the report tha ttho Czare
vitch Is at the Cap Martin Hotel nt
Ixi.ndov, Jan fi. The young Czare
vitch und his Illness continue to be the
favorite topics of the Continental gos
sip mongers, who are loath lo almndon
the Idea lhat In; Is doomed nt least to
be a lifelong Invalid.
One of the latest rumors Is to the
effect that the Czar Is nbout to trans
fer the succession to (iiand Duke
Dmitri. This Is emphatically and nf
flchtlly denied In St Petersburg. An
nther story has II that the Czarevitch
Is going or has gone to San Homo
by wn of th" Medllei lam an and em
barking nt Odessa. While he is ut San
Homo, It Is said, he will make, a visit
to tho Italian King and Queen at Home
and also to thu tomb of Bt. Nicholas
at Hurl, which s venerated by the
Greek Church nnd to which the Czar
ina, aecordlng to report, has sent gifts
for her son's recovery.
201 DENTISTS GO TO JAIL.
Jrw In Mnirow Cnnilclrd of Frnnil
In Ottln Diplomas.
Sprrtnt rabii Detpatrfi to Titi Srs,
SfoitMw, Jan. . An Interesting trial
Involving fraud In connection with ob
taining dpntlsts' certificates was brought
to a close here to-day when 201 Jewish
dentlata were sent tn prison for a year.
Borne time ago It was discovered that
many Jews In this city had become
dentists by inme underground means
nnd nn Investigation was made.- For
years previous the Jewii could obtain
certificates of dentistry by serving a re
quired apprenticeship, but this system
was revised by making It necessary to
obtain a diploma from tha Moscow
The Jews who hold certificates could
reside outside of the Palo and the new
requirement seriously threatened their
chances of gaining the right, diplomas
being necessary. The scheme of fraud
waa then Inaugurated by which Jews
could obtain certificates dating before
the requirement of a diploma became
necessary, but they overreached them
selves and the fraud was uncovered.
Many arrests were mnde and a total
of live hundred Jewish dentists and
those who aided thorn were accused.
This number wus reduced, but 280 nf
the Jewish dentists were nrralnged In
It took but short time lo convict 201
of the number nnd tho sentence of u
ear's imprisonment woh Imposed. The
others were acquitted. Nine physlslans
Bnd officials were given sentences rang
ing fiuiii one to Ihiee yearn for pro
curing tha bogus certificates for the
Barrard er Oxford the latest cold nr shell
trtfltstei, at SytacM.'s. 7 UtUto Lmt.Att,
191.1, bV the Sun 1'rtnUng nnd I'ubllihlng
UPPER 5TH AVENUE
Meet Miiny Persons Who Ifnvp
Not rnderjrone Natur
alization. HA ITI. E OK THK ItUTLKRS
All Women Were 'N'ot nt Home.'
Stive YoiiiHr Mrs. Astor,
Who If ml 'Hetireil.'
The cnibatlleil butlers of tipper Fifth
avenue had n harrowing tlmo of It last
night. There were suffragists In right
nf them, suffragists tn left of them and
suffragists before them.
Hut nf nne thing they made mire. No
suffragist got behind them Into the
presence uf their masters nnd mlstre-o.
Tim Carnegie butler and the Seth I.nw
parlor mnld were the only ones so re
miss as even to admit that their musters
were at home.
To bo sure, Mrs. Madeleine Force
Astor's butler did confess to tho pres
ence nf that lady within the walls of
the Astnr mnnslnti. Hut Hint was be
fore he ktjov whn were upon him. As
soon as he realized what was happening
to him he letrleved his ennr to the best
of lils ability and In spite of the fact
that It was unlv 8 .10 P. M. gravely
iinnniinctil thut Mrs. Astor had tetlred.
The grand culling fesl began ill 8
o'clock, when th" suffragists went out
two bv two. Ilk" the animals from the
ark. It vns Miss Martha KlaUchken
who diew young Mis. Astor us one of
her list. I'll to the Imposing portal of
the famous house dashed Miss Klatsch
ki n. quite unabashed by thu fact thut
It seemed to bo ,'iillrelv daik.
Without a tremor she pressed the
button, when presto' lights tl.isbed
out ami a manly iUure descended the
Inner steps, opene the door a crack
and surveyed the little band without.
When the butler, for It was himself, had
announced the retirement of Mrs. Astor
his nsltor 1 anileil him a card.
"They cost me thirty-nine tints a
h'lndtt'd." she tonllded tn her friends
later, "and naturally were not turn veil.
I s.vld to him that If Mis. Astor would
let me know I would com" mer any
day and tell her about votes for women,
The Astor butler was not a cltlen. So
of cotir.se there was no use spending
time on him."
Tlie Collls P. Iluntlncton butler, nfter
declaring that his mistress was out
seemed quite willing himself to be a
subject for the efforts of tho callers,
but he admitted that he was an un
"Are there no citizens In this house?"
demanded Miss Marie Murph.
"I believe t hole's a poison liownMnlta
who is a citizen," observed the butler.
"Vou might (-co him."
"Well," said Miss Murphy to her com
rades, "from his tone 1 believe the 'per
ron' Is pt cling potatoes for breakfast."
The suffragists went across the street
to see Mrs Hermann Oelrlchs, only to
encounter another butler who was not
a citizen. He snld the only citizen In
the house was out and Mrs. Oelrlchs
"Well"' exclaimed a pu-.zl"d suffra
gist 'The nulls ate nlwas talking
about woman's place being at home!"
True It was ton in most cases. Fur
even those who were at home in fart
weie not ut homo to the suffrage cullers.
Mrs. W. K Viinderbilt was not ut home,
said the servant.
"Though we could see right through
Into the dining room und watch tho
after dinner coffee going round'" ex
claimed nne of the cullers.
Vincent Astor was nut of town. The
Harry Payne Whltneys were out of
town. The Slmnn (Simgenholms had
gone to the opera.
Mr. Carnegie fell to tho lot of Miss
Klalne Innescourt, who plays the
H'u7,d ifucrn in "Snow While-." Shu
merely sent In her own card tn the nti
Ject nf her ilsit and that led to a scries
of messages which tho butler bom back
and forth between them. According tn
Miss Innescourt. Mr. Carnegie evaded
the question for somu time. Hut dually,
taking pity perhaps on the ambulating
butler, ho cume out Ilatfootedly as op
posed. Cardinal Farley was too busy to see
his callers, but Mgr. lavello was at
home to them. Hut he protested that
the Church wus not In politics.
At the Plaza, the clerk on request
called up tho apartment of Frederick
Townsend .Martin, but ho was out; of
Theodore Shunt, but he too was out.
Seth lxiw sent word that the callers
might see him on appointment. Otto
T. ltannard was out. Tho Klbrldge T.
tlerrjs were giving a dinner party an!
did not ask the suffragists to com
In nnd respond to a tonst, though the
Kttter were primed for It.
ROCKEFELLER BILL HELD UP.
No Qaornm In llnaae In Act on In
corporation nf Foundation.
Wahiiinuto.s', Jan. 6. The House to
day failed to act upon the bill proposing
to Incorporato tho Iiuckefeller founda
tion. The measure sets forth that the
proposed foundation Is designed "to pro
moto the well being nnd ndvnnco the
civilization of Ihe people of the United
States In the acquisition nnd dissemina
tion of knowledge." John D. Hocko
fellor, John D. Hockefellcr, Jr., Fred
erlcl; T. (Sates. Starr J. Murphy, Hurry
Pratt Judson, Simon FVxncr, F.dwln A.
Alderman, Wlckllffo Hose and Charles
o. Ileydt nre named ns Incorporators.
Tho bill limits the amount of money
that may be controlled by tho founda
tion to $100,000,000.
Tlio bill was called up In the House
to-day by HcprcsentHtivo Peters of
Massachusetts, It was opposed hy
Hepresenlatlves Fitzgerald of Now
York, Hartlott of Georgia and Oarrett
uf Tennessee, Democrats, and Willis ot
Ohio, Republican. .Debate had pro
ceeded on the bill less than an hour
when Iteproscntatlve Mann of Illinois,
the Republican leader, made the point
of no quorum. Thereupon the Houa
GERMS LURK IN FINGERBOWL,
Public Health Service Puts It In
I ln With Holler Ton el.
Wasiiis'uto.v, Jan. r,. Tho t'tilled
.States Public Health Service is nut with
ii iletiunelatlnn of thu linger bowl. Dr.
C. II. livlnder. says that iih ii means
of spreading Infection and contagion
the finger bowl Is In tho same clsss with
Hit! common drinking cup and thu toller
Dr. I.avlnder nsserts that In many
supposedly high class restaurants theio
are In use only iibnut a half dozen finger
bowls nnd theso do service for many
GIVES THEATRE PARTY FOR 200.
Helen I'rlrli llrrnbs I'lllslniru lire-
nril as lloslo,
PtTTsnt'ito. Jan. 6.- Miss Helen clay
l'rlck, daughter of Henry Clay Frlek,
was hostess to-night nt the biggest I
theatre party ever given In Pittsburg. I
Two hundred debutantes, escorts nnd 1
chaperons tilled all the boxes 111111 some
uf the pniquet ut the Alv.n und raw I
"Hunty Pulls tho Sitings." j
Miss Frlck'H guests came nn a spe- I
I clal train. A procession of tnxlenbs '
Icnriied them to the theatre. After the!
show Miss l'rlck gave a dinner and
danco nt the Pittsburg Club.
MARIE DRESSLER ASKS $24,000.
Artrem Hurl Wrlier and Fields,
Chnrglng Hroneh of t'ontrnrt.
Marie Dressier filed suit In the Su
preme Court yesterday against Weber
Fields for breach of contract.
Th-nctresnsks 2t.OOilon thegrot.nd
that she had a contract 11 " to y Poly
, jir.oii ,. l.- ,.,,.1 ,.n,r.w., n f, ,
broken at the end of four weeks. The
defence Is that M.ss Dressier broke the
contract herself nfter announcing that
she was dlssatlsflt d with her part.
PATROL SEA FOR BERG PERIL.
WnrNlilpn to Wnfrh for loo
In I.lner l.nnos.
Washington, Jan. C Hr ginning about ,i,,iges and o.x-Judges. letters from leg
Apt II 1... two fast ships of the I lilted , , . , ,, . .
St s navv will patrol the steams.up ls,"t,,r,' f,'"m I'rcfldcnta und olllcers or
lams of the north Atl.intlc Ocean for "clentlllc societies.
the purpose of discovering and wnrn- !
Illg ships of the presence of ir in the
route uf the liners. It was said at the
Naiy Department this altetnnon that
the fnst scout cruisers Salem and llir- cusc, another from the fnnman nf tin,
mlngham probably will be chosen for fSruml Jury that Indicted Patrick an
tins wnrk The patrol will be main- , ,rtu,rH Bllowlnit thlll , ,, 0aU(,
tallied as long as the icebergs drift Into m Wlm interested. There are nne
the path uf the transatlantic steam- . tw rltrrH r,...t.nK .sPVereli- upon tl.
sh ps The reports ot the patrol ships (u.tlon of , ,)f .M,I1(,Us t-s
will be sent 0111 1 by wireless tn vessels vM(, voriIk.t 11HtnllllnB ,,. nmvIl.,,,
at sea and the .Naval Hydrogruphlc Of- nnt, 1(,ttt,rs t.x,,,alnlnK ttliy lc ,ollll j,.
lice In V nshlngton. vldcd
Similar patrol was Instituted last Throughout the correspondence, r,
May. following the Titanic disaster. fnr ,.lUrIcU , ,,.,,.,., ,)lPri. ,.
Many data will bo gathered regarding . niwnys tho unalterable desire that then
the movement of Ice nnd means of de- Ulinll bo vindication rather than mercv
tooting Its presence nt sea. At lp rnme , ,,. nro ,
show that -Mr. Mllllken and Patrick
$2,000 FOR A DOG IN HER WILL, 'relatives urged not only Gov. lllggn,
'Mint Cov. Dix tu dlsregatd Patiblt
"" Herrmann Also lleiinenlh. fro- stand on the ground that long conlllif
rrnU of (inlil M'nlcli to Another. I metit may have affected his mind. Pat
The will of Mrs. Mngdnler.a Herr-! rI,'k """'s asked for whal he calle..
Minnn. wlu iIIimI nn .l.qniin . 1 ,ito, ,.. an "unconditional commutation." which
of an estnto of more than J200.000 and
gives $2,000 lo a servant. Harharn Heck.
of 1:..-. l-nt i!i.h,v.,.,..i .if, ,.-i.i.
the reonest thut she rare for the' tlece -
dent's dog, Hurdle, during the dog's nat
ural life. The testatrix ulso leaves a
gold watch to be disposed uf for the
benetlt of number dog, Prince. The
will giies J10.0UU to Adam Stein of 2115
Prospect avenue. The Hronx, and J20,
000 to his wife. Mrs Hnima Stein.
A bequest of f.'.OOO goes to the Rev.
Mr. Schmidt, pastor of St. Paul's Church-
In Kast Nlst street, while the Polyclinic
Hospital gets Jj.oOO und tho (.Jcrnian
NEW RENO DIVORCE JUDGE.
Cole I.. ItnyTvooil, Knrnirr New York
I.nirjer, Take the Job,
Reno, Nov., Jan. C. Judge John Orr
(he divorce court "retired tn.dnv thrnllch
the t liorce court retired to-clny through
aosouue neon ox rt-i. t ne two remain- , mv p,.rvIcc. .sl, visited me In the
Ing years of Ills term will bo filled by! Tombs dally, and us often us the ruke
the Governor's new npisilntee, Col I., permitted came to tho condemned dungeon
Hurwo.id, law partner of I'nltod Stntivt for the almost flvo years that I Ian
Senator Massey, who assumed his du- 1 finished there, und to the penal part of the
ties this afternoon prison for tho nearly six years Inst past.
ilarwood formerly nr.ictl'od Hw In ,,1Mnl' 6ll"w,1 no record of sacrifice, loy.
ii.irwoo i iormtri pr.ictbe.i law in llt!Vl)ton uch as hfrs- BhB ,m.
New or) city, marrying there M'.-m i.,, ,,,antie ..n..,i .f.tr.
Hele A. Atkins, daughter of a Metho-
TAFT STILL HUNTS YALE HOME.
Several Properties OITrrnl Will Do
Inspected This .Month.
New Hait.v, Jan. 6. Col. Isaao M.
rilman. president of the New Haven
Chamber of Commerce, returned to-day
from Washington, where ho had been
tho guc.n of President. Ttift. Thoy
tnlktd over the selecllon of a house for
Mr. Toft when ho c.nues hero to bo
Kent professor nt Yale.
Col. Dims n submitted a collection
of photographs of New Haven houses
to Iresldent Taft and Mrs. Tnft. No
choice has yet been made. The Presi
dent and Mrs. Tnft will come to New
Haven on January 20, when there Is
a meeting of the Yale Corporation, of
which Mr. Taft Is a member. They will
then Inspect several houses that havo
The President Informed Col. Ullmsn
lhat ho would stop at tho Hotel Taft
with his family for somu tlmo after ho
arrives In New Haven. During the sum
mer they will go to Hoverly.
PARCEL POST COST 75 JOBS,
lliprraa Companies FeellnK Uncle
Ham's Competition Already
Since the opening of the parcel post
service, It was said lost night, one ex
press company with hendqunrters In
this city has discharged eeventy-flvo
employees. In substantiation of this re
port it was pointed out that Undo Sum's
own express service, even at this early
stage, Is transacting an enormous
amount of business far In excess of tho
predictions made by the Btanchest ad
vocates of ItH adoption.
Knoll succeeding day establishes tx
new record. Hotween midnight of last
Friday and midnight of Inst Saturday
62.1D1 parcels were mailed at the va
rious receiving stations throughout the
city. This exceeded the record of tho
preceding twenty-four hours by about
10,000 parcels. Only l.BSt ot tha pack
ages wera Insured, y - .
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Suler Cives (Jut All Corre
spondence on Which
MANY ASK KI) MKKCY
Cleveland, Chancellor Dny
and David Ii. Jlill Among
ASKED CHANCE TO FIGHT
Prisoner Ifefiised Commutation
It'clntives Sniil Confine
ment Turned Mind.
At.nivr, Jan. . CSov. Sulzer today
mndo public the papers upon whlcV
Oil!-. Dlx based the pardon of Albert T.
Patrick nn Thnnksglilng eve.
The papers shown nru tho accumula
tion of tho administrations of Gov.
mins. Cov. Whlto In 1,1s brief term
!, ,, .. ,. ,. ., ,
I ."V. Dlx himself. Nothing seems
! ,n hnv" 1, f,n nM ("'Hug tho terms of
, (!ov 'lushes.
There urn letters by tho hundred In
the papers, letters from Patrick, from
his brother-in-law, John T. Mllllken ot
St. I.ouV; from his lawyers, from hit
friends and from host.t of men through
out the country. Many Uovemors ap
pear In the list, mnnv lnivvers. rnimu
Cliniirellnr Dny Intrrotcit.
There Is one letter rcrommendlni;
clemency fmm Clmncellor Day nf S.i ra,-
I'prllaPs meant that ho wanted his term
' f""t f"r "certain number nr years, which
would nllow him to be paroled. He tie.
I clnrc'1 ,hnt 1,0 wanted an opportunity
to bo tried ugaln for the murder of aged
William MarVh nice and notntng else.
There does nppear, however, In the
. 1',,"t " "rr wr'"p "J ' atncK in rnson
'Hcrlntendont Col. Joseph F. Scott on
November 6.' 1M2. note In which ho
appeals to the svnipathles of Cov. Dlx,
but this Is for notion rather thnn nn:
Particular kind of clemency. Some o:
tho letters nre:
Hero Are the Letters.
(I.ctter of Patrick to Col. Scutt, No
vember 0, 1912:)
I nm writing you of delicate clrcura-rtatict-H
which necfssltato speedy action
by the Governor In my case, and In which
I feel sure I will have his sympathy If
you no tit to speak to htm about them
In the couilibnllul manner they require.
l 'uiing nil tlio twelve years which I
mv" 1,1 P""1"0" '" Vlfo has fought
vallaMtlj. Jpf meKtvcn hrr entrB Mfl
and her health has been shattered bv her
' a.icrltlces and tho continual alternation of
hope and despnlr. Time and again things
have cumo to light which in the ordinary
course of events wculd have set nny man
at liberty against whom there was not
a continuing conspiracy. Hut as hops
has been dashed to earth time nnd again
she tins survived the shock and sought
resolutely for a man who was unafraid
and unpurchasnblo and yet had tha power
to net. Thus the young years of her llfs
havo been passed and thus her health
bus been shattered.
Such wna the state of my wife when,
Inst spring, some nne with rood Inten
tions, led her to believe and confidently
expect that upon Gov. Dlx's return from
abroad he would forthwith set tne at
liberty, and straightway all her plans and
hopes wero built upon that happy event,
the dream of her life, I would give her
tha care and attention, she thought, which
In her constant thoughtlessness of her
self In behalf ot myself and others aha
so much needed. I would take her now
to see her only child (by her first hus
band), who as a boy had sought his for
tunes In tha West and whom she had
never seen these fifteen years or more,
nor his wife and their daughter her
At last the Governor returned, hut thers
was no happy consummation of her hopes
and plans; only excuses and postpone
ments havo been brought tn her, until she
Is filled with the dread of the old time
and oft repeated failure. Bhe came to
me the other dny so wan, so pale, so ex
hausted, and said the doctors had warned
her against nervous strain ; had told her
that In her anemlo condition her heart
might not stand tho stress, und counselled
her to keep quiet nnd avoid excitement.
"And this," she said, pitifully and despair
ingly, "I cannot do until you aro fres; It
Is only deluy or disappointment that may
Perhaps I need not tell you how often
we are approached by persons claiming
to have evidence, influence or power to
ell, when wa have no money nor disposi
tion to buy. Hardly a dny passes with
out some fresh attempt at this. And all
these matters ham to be met and dis
posed of tactfully hy my wife, While
wa sneer so scornfully at the "new
woman," ought wa not to give dua ap.
preclatlon to those whose old fashioned
qualities we so affect to admire? Is loyalty
and self-sacrifice no lonnar a virtue? I
m sure the Governor will net think so.
When 1 wus urrcMoi my ft lends f U