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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
OF VICE, HE SAYS
jo furrnn Committee He
f nn Decide on All Complaints.
T11KOWS SOME AWAY
Docs Not Think It Neces
sity to Have Long Sus
I IMS r.XTISK HEOIM.ATIOX
Rnnrkp RpIIpvps It Rotter" Tlwn
'Id n.v of Police En t pr
in jr Saloons.
- t-ran committee ended Its e.
- . . 'ii nf several poller captains
'i, w.th fin- testimony of IMvvard
1 . mm in command of the
1'ilnrril he holl vol It to be
m uf a captain to decide
s " n. I a complaint made to
h . .' founded
'rank. In UN belief t.int "Inco
ind unurnuiided complaints
Im iiipt.iin could tnnst c,illy
i ip i "apt. I'ourkc rould recall
instance In which lie hud
ii.ur.se ami that vvas with
- i letter .'iklns what the
I ! "with t Im cr.ift collected
' 'l.art pollers."
' ' liner took occasion to point
i f .t communication addressed
i .ip captain a a police captain
. .. fi to t ,e captain's discretion
. loophole for the destniitloii
' nn I'li.-itions which niichi hp of
' l imstli.v examination of I'apt.
Mr I'.ucltncr aI;ivl
m how does any place ever crt
I the iitit-Ntlnii were the stale
tr f iho captain that h" would
-- ' wn ncht to put a place on
unt'l t'.c Inspector's men had
i . im ii-ret
' ' m ared that the only place on his
k r. ."ni lin" was a lierltam- from a
" : ':s lapt.iln t'apt. Houtke had
- n r aon for putting any other
. on this list for the private In
' mi of his ( f.tnmissloiier
v " e liesintiinc of lus i vimlnallon
n.. irU" ,ti(l he hud hen in the
' a" ment eichteeli yeats Mr Illicit-
ttrt quo-n mn were ahoiit the nil
T fat on of the ecle law hy I'apt.
' - 'U'. particularly with recant to
" row saloon", lie said he illd not
- rji;r t'le liars on week days and
"m- t e-efore did not notice whether
I Mi" har exposed on Sunday was
. ' .f r .eneth.
'ir'iM considers the present
i ie reuulatlon. hy which
tn ii ate h pt out ot n.ll'-
'"-' r.l lll'le-
"In the old ila." he Hld. "nilforni'd
-icii had to u . out and make three
- four arrests cv. rv Sunday jut to
ake a ho inc. and then- as no
'r,ve n MK Ii a practice."
i idc!nc from his experience In the
. 'ip said, he did not hellexe It
' ,ia lie wise to top the sale of beer
fpioiM on Sundav.
f r the i it shtlonahle rerort and
vine houses, he ald. the cap
had hi en relletrd of the repon.
of enforcing the laws aualnst
ie pLices "to a creat extent." If
o thep places came under hl
''anm he would consider It 111
' af hat otherwise not, since he
o 'he plain clothes men with
to Investigate sueh matters.
regard to sime of the com-
u.i.i Ii Mr Hiicltner mentioned
i .n-- 'oiiie from the ivtptaln's pri
H.i jrlre i-ald. "It only k"c t" show
a laptalu Is damneil If lie does
damned If he don't.''
if Kdward .1 Toole was ques
I nViiit the administration of tje
huh i','" finest lotiahle tesorts and
inuses while he was In th"
.v'ation He said thete was
i'.iee in the district at the
emphasized tue Injustice
nt- a tenement house on the list.
. '!. mlttce adjourned to - o'clock
""oas afternoon. Several police-
f hei n called for the next sps
"tuf uf them on tlie staff of
' t I'alialjine, who Ii In com
' the 1'lrst lusiectlon district,
me eamlnatlon Is at irent
ynif" If he dtops
win pf. don,, ,r d' i 1 . 1-,.
.lad sitn tnadi no i, ,ij v to t,
Mr M!, .,), ;ll,iorit
suiiemenfil..jt i ,. Uia. r a ,,!., of
Heir nam,., m n. ,., ttli-t ,,, u,
"in Howard ahoiii the i.m.. tin. ca'e
hccniiR. 1 1 1 1 .1 1 and asl.ed liiin If he
"iiid not id .. a winter
"If Mm Want to Kn." said tl.e woman,
"all ynur expenses will he paid."
It was IntltnaUd thai, when the Slpps
appear Monday, very likely Thomas .1
Harlan will appei.r also, tvirl.ni ulwavs
has been In reach of the Dltrlit At-torncy
At Police llcadquarleis the trial of
Patrolman .lohn , stolly. chanted hy i
Mrs, Mary tloode. and I'atrolinan I'ot, '
i iiarKcii ny ,Spp, wen
next i'rlday morning.
TAKEN FOR ARSON:
'P. S, BOARD CAN'T AID YONKERS.
vacation in l iivim.,. c,infiiiv, Tlint Arrcslcil
M ii n Whs in Conspirm-v
to Set Firp..
saiii to in-: ix tiik tim'st
Prix . Who Also Did Adjust-
put om i until ill"-. .MiintMl i t It l.zy t lie
! I'liintpr. Now n Convict.
TO PRISON FOR OLD SLANDER.
SIIL MiTi'linnt Must Srrr Unr for
l.lliel I'iiIiIIsIumI lirntiil,
MMiienei. of a ,.,ir In the pmiitetiiiarv
atid n I'.oa flue ltiiioed of fliarle Ulliler. a
lnro niiTchatit, in tinn for niinlnnl lili.'l in
urittm; a letter m which he .oin.'lit to ruin
the ct ell ii of ntiot tier inercluitit, hii nfllrtned
lie the Appelliite nivlilmi of Ihe Siipreme
Court nnd lllliler, who lia heen out on had
for three vein, timt now to to Jail and p.i
The e,i was uiiiisii.il llihler nnt n
letter to Weifclm A to , hanker r SI.
i.'ill, Slt7i.rlatid, stntltn: tli.it Clnirle mid
Caroline IVnkert, doinc huitie n lVn
kert A Co , owed their banket nearly K;.n,
and that there were iiitaeliment ult
and oilier Illicit Inn petidmit aituiii-l the
Mrm lllliler had lieen in tin. employ nf
tti" I etikert flttn in S ityerlund nnd in 1!M
whs M'lit to the linn Sew Vol k olll, e
1 iniillv llihler and l .-nkeri ii'-, iiv,., M
parlnersliip. inn IVtilett b.i. k.d out and
lllliler made t Incut., that lie would hate
revelice l.aliT lie lionled 1 1, it he had
(leil" renkiTt and thai null.. at: could
save liitn from c.iiiik' into liatikinini
ltenle the litt. t to lli. Weu'i lm Ii inker
there wii one to tlie I mrnei inn sei I ..in I.
nt M. (lull nnd it tii it tn r to l.eo i;i iit,ik'r,
al-o it barker 'Ihe I, .tier w.e i ie.
in Mi llerland in due tmn Mter an in
niu:alioii llihlei w,i. mdnteii n,. . im
M. led Hi. niie.ieil mi the fiinind Hint
tl- libel. If libel had l..el .lhll-.l..'d . w.i-
piibllhed in Miit.eil.iuil and i..n in Sew
,lle. Dowlltli: held lint the per-d code
tnuile Hllller' net plllll-h.llil.. ill Sen n'li
When llihler detoitei tlie letter- in the
mail lleie, nd I tie. ,1 lte.., mleli.lini.' that
tliev llotld lit. eeti b til.' p,M.. ! 1' in.' I
mailed, hi unlit wa i on blei-
SOUTH POLE FINDER
SUFFERS HEAT HERE
Ciipt. Ainiindspn Wnit fur WpI
poininp; Pni'ty itli miimII
e- ..I ,,f
fatit Rnatd .Vinnndsen. who found
the Miuth pole, cot In eterd.iv hy
the American liner St Paul nwremt
less nnd onipl.ilnlm: of 'he humidity
of a .-.eml-troplcal .lanuatv.
A itroup of his coutittymen. iii'-lmltiiu
fhrl'-tnjiher lt.in, Norweitbm r.tiul-
ietieral a: this pott, erected him down
the biy In n lu::. oxpectinc him to
heard her and come with tli-m to the
city, but lie decided to tto to the Utter 'c
dock, (in hi former lit to this in-
try the captain wore a tccul.itloii Vik
nis beard. He N smoitii Mtaven nmv
Held, he said, at cum.it.ivil I e in an -ari
llc blizzard i ,.nd a!ti r he had ."hav.d
his off while M-archliiK fur the smith
pole he ,. .!,! I to do without I
A ti-miierature .s'.'.Kht.y alje the
ireezinc point did ted Impel the Nor
weulall receptiun C4i;nmittee to t.ilie off
inetvoat. aithoiutii thc noted iIO to fuinltun
tteiule b,-e. .
that i 'apt Amundsen's
loneil i oat Happed In th"
and that h" eeui. d In
from ihe heat.
The reji irti r. asked him why he wa
so bK'iitly united. lie said he never
wore an overcoat cxeep'. with evening
dress and that w i due nn relv to hi
observation of the convention
That Pearv ilis. ov eted tlx north
pole. ("apt. Amundsen said, was Mtupl
indisputable, nnd that Hi. Cook bad not
win obvious. He admitted il.at ntn
had been a friend of lr. Cook, but
frleiidshlii had vanished alter In- Cook
had U'come u faker The Captain will
be on this continent six months and will
lecture In the chief titles of the I'liltcd
State and Canada on his point explora
tion. Illtistratini; the lecture with mov-
illK plcllltes, lie will bo ofllclally We.
coined here on Tucsduv and will (all;
at CarneRle Hall.
After he linlshes his lectures the
Captain will make preparations to drift
over the north pole in 111 old and re
liable lYam lie said:
"We expect to start for the pole In
the summer of 1914. It I likely that
we shall be four or the year m the
The confession nf one man nnd the
at rest of another de. eloped yesterday,
accordim; to Avslstant District Attorney
Weller and I 'Ire Marshal Prlal, that an
"arson trust" has existed In this city
and has nibbed the lire Insurance com
panies of hundred of thousands nt
dollars nnnually and endamterod the
lives of manv thousand of ap.irtmcnt
The man who confessed was Sam
Cold, who lived at .".74 Hast lSSth street
and at r.S Hast HSIh street, or wherever
else he found It convenient to have u
prolltiible household uoods tire.
The man arrested I doorce (Irtitz of
i'." Hast UC'd stleet. an aKcttt for thn
.lohn llmcork Mutual I. ire insurance
Company and nn adlusler. Cold's con
fession Implicated Crut7. as the ito-be-tween
for Hal dwellers, who were will
ins to In- bntned out for a consideration
and the ilreb'iu. the iimti who actually
applinl a hid -1 li to kerosene or oils.
'me of :he principal llrehucs em
ploveil liv the "arvou trust." according
to Cold's confession, was ls.idor Stein,
lz?v tin- Painter, who I now srrvltiK
a lout; term In Sine Sliu after havliiK
heru i ,ui ,ete, of arson
Cold admitted to Ai-sltatlt District
Attotne.v W'-ller and to PI re Marshal
Print that Crtit came to hlni one day
In lii and told hint It was easy to
make iiioiie.v nut of the Insurance com
panies and that he iCrutzi. bavins a
pu'l wish the adjusters and ntents of
i i be Crrman-Atiiei lean Insurance Com
j i ui ti . could nrrance matters proiltablv.
' C. . avs that Crutz sent him to a pro
i fc'ional tltebuc named Nador Stein
, who in order to procure bei7.ine and
without beltii; suspected, ran a
nil. Cold nnd ' ?.?.v the Painter"
made an at ratii;ement bv wlihh. on the
i. it'ht of December 1. K'I. Hie prnfes
s.otial tin In. k enteied Cold's upar
tiunt and m-i tlie to the lot he closet.
I 'nder tic 1 1 net iot -i from Cold. Mrs Cold
Hid tlie babies had cone lo a butcher
hop In the mi atiw bile, and Cold him-
rlf wan at win I, An in"-pei tor rep
tcsentlns tlie Cerm in- tio t i.-an com
pany tii.'de an e miinatlon of the
soon lical Mat and reported that the dani
uce didn't amount to min-h Ni veithe.
b's. (iriil. who a. -led a an ndluster
f.if the coiiipin.v, took an liiMtitoty
of the fit i ii it ii i and turned in a re.
putt of total m-.k. making a claim for
f poo. The companv i efiised to settle for
f.mo, hut l ompi oiui-i d llnally for
This amount was divided between Crut?.,
Cold and Stein. iiccordiniT to Cold
I'lom the invesllKation by thin of
tlce." Kiid Avslstant Disttlet Attortiev
Welter e.teida;., 'it appears that
i triii positit: as an insutance broker,
worked al-o as an ud iic-tei , and that
w is .il.i' to compr-itiii-e tuanv 'lotat
iiisi.v' iwh.ro ti,,. aitiial loss was tnv
lili for :.n or i'.o er . i-nt of the claim
Stem wa. tin' ..'t.Vi llsiir.- Ill the
I"'1"-1 clunked l omlnnati.'ii
The Invest luation shows that theto
exists In this !tv an arson trust atuli'lhere
that for and in per cent of the set- juot in
tl"ll'.elit a tin-hue can be emplo.v i d to
Orillnniier I'orbliln Oulajlilr Help for
ttrrrl t'nr L'nmpntiy,
Ai.can t, Jan, 10. The tip-Slate Pub
lic Service ( 'otntnlsslon, nfler nn In
tesilRallon Into Hie Yonkers trolley
strike, atitiouuccd to-night that lis
hands wele tied hocatlso of title ordi
nance, In Yonkera which forbids the
company to operate Its cars with out
I'redetlck W, WhltrldRe, president of
the line, has repeatedly anked the. city
nuthorltles to repeal this ordinance nnd
has promised to run cars If such action
Mr. Whltrldse appeared nt the hear
lilt; before, Attorney-aenernl Cnrmody
to-day nnd paid t'hnt the strike was
caused hy n strict enforcement of the
company's rules against entering a
iMiloon In uniform, compelling con
ductors to remain on the rear platform
nnd making employees produce a doc
tor's certlllcate If they wanted sick
Afier the hearing wa over Mr. Car
ttiody said that In tils opinion the strike
was precipitated by tlie appointment
of a tnotnrman by Mr. Wliltrldge to
oblige hi banker, Mr, Carmody put
the matter up to the Public Servlco
Commission, saying thnt he thought
that body had the power to force the
company to run the cars In "a reason
able nnd proper time."
Yonkkrs, Jan. to. For the tenth day
this city was earless, and there appears
to be no Immediate solution of the
strike. The Inquiry which was to lie
held by the State Hoard of Mediation
wat adjourned until in A. M, to-morrow.
Mayor I.ennnn, who has gone to
Albany, had his secretary nnnottnee
that Ihe Mayor Is preparing a hill au
thorizing the acquisition by the city
of the railroad properly, valued at about
The Mayor's hill will come up before
the Common Council for approval next
Monday night, hut It Is doubtful that
favorable action will be taken.
REJECT 5 PER CENT.
Sonip .MiinnfiK'tiirprs Offpr An
other AdvHnco on
looked like peace, perhaps within
week. In the garment workers'
'rlkn yesterday. Some 'of the manu
facturer made an offer of settlement.
Cold's i nt.fesj.loii. which described
several Im eudiar.v (Ire, was the direct
lesiilt of the urnst of Criilz MnmMi-ntn
Murphy held Crut.: in SI.". Onu ii.nl for
Fire i 'onimlsslnner.lohnson was elated
yesterday when lie leeeivnl the news
of Cold's i ontessinn and of Crutz's
"We nte beginning to get to the bot
tom of tin conspirac.v of Incendiarism
which ha com lues and endangered
ho I thousand'-" he said. 'I said recently
that I that i:.". pet cent of Hie tire. In this city
wire nf incendiary olimn It was dir.
tk nil to make people believe that. Hut
it I Hue. and a verv conervativ
DUAL SYSTEM BIDS JAN. 23.
SIPP TO RETURN MONDAY.
Mra Miip Tells More nnd Will Talk
to firnni! .lur?.
'.'one sipp remained In Phlla
' i a vestprday with his son Howard,
e disappointment of detectives
"i ".rr p.itlceinen who were on the
He will not come to the city
"'ondav when he has an nppolnt-
will DiMtiot Attorney Whitman.
onllrni what he told Aesist
' sti i Attorney Croehl nt Atlantic
rct in Philadelphia He will re-
' " i iiefore the Crand Jury that
' ' 'he day following.
' " was plenty of other work yes
i the Investigation dealing with
'! In relations with the police.
' Mtnotiv deals partlculatly with
' 'T ti tn shut SIpp'H mouth afier
i '-'died before the Curran com-
' "nil told some of It nnd said
id go before the Crand Jury
i 'hat she nnd her husband
"i very friendly iwlth one pollen
lei- of the precinct tosiielmn
1 ' visits were Interchanged be
11 . f unities What else she re-
' t divulged The day nf-
eviiaiion before the Cumin
1 hi' went voluntarily to Po
' "I'luartcrs Inspector Sweeney
!' Walsh wete there to be ties
' ommlssloner Waldo,
v si was waiting to go Into the
' -h police official, a member
i formed force, came to her nnd
" 'ii gelling hot on Ceorge'H
hud boiler drop the case."
el' no icply. Several da.vH
' i.rfi.rr the case against her
. vi loped, Ibis samo man came
1 ' have evidence enough lo
tr.d ,nr httbband to JaU for many
First ertlon lo Br t'oiiitriieteil I
I'arl of lllrviateil I, Inc.
bids for the first seitlon of the new dual
rapid transit siHem to l.o built in the llor
oiigh of Queen will lie o'iicd on .lanual ;
tlirpe dais befoie the eiiuialion of tlie
term of William I! Willcov a i h.iiim.in ol
Hie Public Servile 'iiiiimlioii.
Ihe section on which i oiiKtiiniiiin will
be begun first I known ns .So '.' It is
part of an elevated linn to be limit ftom
the (Jiieensbnro llruk'n thiomth -eenin
or Jelievolse avenue to Ihtmrir nviitne.
Astmia It will conned with tlie line
over the yijeenshoto llrldi.'e nnd will
lie otiernted jointly bv the I n to r m i oueli
and the It. It 'I'
Mr Willcolr i Hlnlotis to set (Jlieen eon
Htiucllon a iieaily in shape its possible
ARTS CLUB'S SPECIAL SHOW.
-eliollelil. Ileal nnd Vtlaa (ientli win
llnnor nt tile llvliltiltlor.
Phlladelpl.lans walked off Willi most of
tile lli.i.. of tile spit lilt exhibition of the
V.iili.nal Aits Chili. The Arts Club gold
in. il.il, vvltli whi.ii tlieri- Is a lash prize
of II. (mi. was awarded last mghi to
llltti.T Sehoflehl and the bronze medal to
I. Illl, in i tenth Until were born In the
ijuak.r iit.v. The sicoiid prim-, a sliver
medal, in i,t lo CIlYoul Ileal.
Ml Scliollehl won his lulzr with "A
Sptmg Thaw," a large winter piece,
I ii 1 1 it ' I in his charaoterlstlcallv iugi;ed
iiiaiiii i Mr Iteal's tiletiire vvas aKo a
winiir Mine, and In fact a large number
of Mllilb of M.ow l rfeets Wele In evl
ib'iiri, Mr. Putnam Krlnillys "Kiiieiald
Cool being th. bust I'liiventiiuial of
Many luomliii iii p.ilnl. rs ciunpetiil, but
in. lie iillpsed Hi" previous standard thev
have si I for themsi Ives Willi, im Punic
shows Ins ambitious portrait of Mrs
C.oige Cordon Moon, c.illia lleaiiv
"Tlie Shaw I Costume and Ceorge Hellovvs
' The Daliccr "
.Mto Walter P..-. k lias painted live of
the Inirvea Zouaves, Ufa- size. In one pli
'tun Thi'M" gentlenieti wear red breeches
Willi blue boleios. t"d braided Tliren
i-iisp their guns, on, lias n coinet and
t.n otln i beats a drum
lti the strikers didn't like the terms.
The t'nlteil Manufacturers and Mer
chants Association offered the strikers a
per cent, advance In waxes ut once,
vvltli r. per cent, more on April 1, the
other grievances to be submitted to
arbitration. The arbiters In mind were
l.oui I). Hr-tndels, Hamilton Holt and
Morris Hillqult, who settle all disputes
for the cloakmakers.
Thomas A. Itlckert. head of the gar
ment work-rs, said Inst night that the
strikers had not considered the terms
"I)os that mean that the offer was
I ejected?" was asked.
"1 would not put it that way," he re
plied. "The increase was not large
enough and the offer did not touch on
hours of work The offer leaves too
much to be arbitrated."
Anothet association of manufacturers.
:h" New York Clothing Trades, has so
t.ir refused to treat with the striker?
ire ,"Ort manufacturers who are
Ither of these associations, it I.
Striking white goods, kimono and
wrapper workers held meetings all over
the city and sent an army of pickets to
all the factories. When the girl who
remained at work began to go to lunch
they hurried aUng the sidewalks pur
sued by Jeers
Mrs Hose Pastor Stokes will speak nt
three of the meetings of the white goods
workets to-day. one at the labor
Temple, Fourteenth street and Second
avenue, one at 330 Crand street and the
third at 177 Kast Itroadwav.
before hi term ouplres on tlie theory Hint Cfijn TOR A HfllRAF flV VTTTtrM
the mote line thete are firovidi'd foi Hie I,,. ?uu fuK A nimA. UN VhLLUM
danger there i inai a new riioin servi
Commissioner will mterlen.
NOT AGREED ON ARBITRATION.
I I rem en nmi liallrnada tlll tpnrt
lleaplir l.ona Conference.
After an all day conference, first with
tne committee tepresentlng the fifty-two
Katern lallroads, and then with the
locomotive firemen, who are demanding a
wag- increase approximating tH.OOn.ilOO,
Judge Martin Knapp of the Pnlted States
Coiiuneicn Court and Federal Labor Coin
mlssloncr Charles p .V announced at
1 o'clock thl morning that thc had
been unable to reach an agreement and
that the discussion would he renewed at
The ullrosd managers discussed the
question nf a mode of arbitrating until
noon and then adjourned without an
nouncing the reult of their talk At half
past . the firemen met the mediators ami
conferied for more than ten hours, without
Judge Knapp and Commissioner Nelll
aie not considering the merits of the wage
tumble, hut are endeavoring to net the
parties together fur arbitration Tin
tliemen are holding out fur adjudication
uinlir the Hidman act, providing fur a
board of three arbitrators, while the rall
nvids ImsM upon a hoard of at least
BOY HOLDS UP BANK CLERKS.
A in f &MMf m
The new all-steel Limited train between
New York and Chicago.
It starts from Pennsylvania Station, one block from Broadway
at 32d Street.
It runs at comparatively low speed over the smooth, rock
ballasted short line of the Pennsylvania Railroad, insuring
The equipment inchtdcr. drau4nj-room and state-room
rars, club car, observation car, terminal telephones,
barber, bath, ladies' maid, stenographer, and every
convenience and up-to-date appointment that dis
tinguish Pennsylvania Railroad Standard service.
The dining car service is exceptionally high grade
l.v. NEW YORK.
Pennsylvania Sutton 2.45 P. M.
Hudson Terminal - 2,45 P. M.
Ar. CHICAGO - - 0.45 a. M.
Lv. CHICAGO - - 12.40 P. M.
Ar. NBW YORK.
Hudson Terminal - 9.36 A. M.
Pennsylvania Station 9.40 A. M.
Tat ticktti, a'clircrrd at hirn, affra , ar hotel t for PuUman rcarirtllana in4 injr Infotmallan, tiiaabaia
New York "Mattifton Hquar 7000"
llrooklrn "Main 2310" or " Prnaprrt .T100"
C. STL'DP!. Plittict Pirn(rt A, ant VVM. TFDRICK, J., Aaalnint Dlitrlct Piia-r Atll
:'.) Fifth Atrnoa (Cat, Jith .lrrrt), New Votk Car
I'nr train arrirnN and ulntioii information IrUphona "Chataaa 7400"
JUDuE tiUUuH ILL: pinnmt
RUSHED TOHOSPITAL I
lliilili'M nli' Hulls nl iiilrrson'
'I'lltlll ut I.',, Sill,
'I'lir lilKhi."t irlii 1 if Hif (lav
IN TIE opinion of GMC
owners, there is an unquestioned
advantage in dealing with a com
pany manufacturing both Rasolinc
and electric trucks for con
sciously or unconsciously the
manufacturer of a single type or
size is inclined to advocate his
product for almost any service
where he can see a sale,
General Motors Truck Co.
Maktra of Qaialin nnd Rlrctrlc
Triirka of all Carwarltlra
PEW YORK fRINCH- 236 W. Olll 1
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two iMilli'rincn i-ntcrltu: llu luillillnc.
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HlKtial tii t'imliirr Arthur T. Cats In nn
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ti'li'lilnmi'd tn the police
.Moiirliatitp ilinppi'd to the floor com
pletely unnerved when policemen canto
In. lie wiih nrre.Heit. In his nutomn
lille was found n coll of ropo to lilntl
Ihe luinls eniployes.
COMMITS SUICIDE UNDER AUTO.
Pnlli-nt nt Xanltnrlom Brraka Anajr
from Ilia Atlrndnnl,
Miikto.v, ,lnn, in, -John W, Coffin of
Nevvliuiyporl. a pnllent at a Hnnltiirlum
In Nevvloit, brolte nway from nn t
lernlaiil while (nidus a walk this nfter
itiKin nnil lluevv himself In ftont of nn
I'nllln suffered Injuries which causeil
his (lealh a shorl lime nftcrwurd. He
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nuu. uvvii in alio in van mm aaiivaj ujra
Takfii From Court in Atnhu
Judge Charles M. Ilouprh nf the
I'nlted States lilstrlct Court, who ha
been presldlnp at the trial of Julian
Hawthorne and his uKsoeiatys, charged .
liy the Government with tislni; t 1
malls to defraud, was taken suddenly
III while eatin? his luncheon in his
chambers at the l'Yder.il luiildlnw yes
terday, and after belntr treated by two
ambulance surgeons from the Hudson
street hospital he was hurried l.i .1
private ambulance to the .Vow York 1
The lioptal authorities would h.iv
I nothing alxiut the natutc of Judge
' HoiiK'h's trouble, but persons who have
open ciose to mm ror years s.iv
that the seizure, yesterday was only a
recurrence of the trouble from which
he has been suffering for years, hi'iimr
1 h.-iite of the stomach.
.Iliilk'i' HoukIi did not dl'liuss the1
mornlnit .session until 1 o'clock ns tfual
and then went to his iMatnbers lo e.u
his luncheon, which is dail sent nv.r
from the Astnr House. When n n. -came
kniHvu that he vva. ill an .itii-ii.i
ant siinimoned nn ambulance from Hi.
lluilHtui Mreei Hospital. 1 lie ,itn oiw
worked over the JudKe until nearl.v
3 o'clock, when It was decided to take
hlni to the New York Hospital. He vvas
placed on a stretcher and taken to tho
ambulance which was vvaltlni; in Hroad
wny A crowd that hud gathered at I
the Hlsht of the ambulance pushed for-!
ward In nn attempt to catch a itllmpic ;
of the patient. 1
At the hospital .iuil;;. lluuirn was al-'
tended by Dr. V. A. novvnes. It was '
said there yesterday evenlm; that tho'
patient's condition was imt alarmlm: ,
and that he would probably recover In ;
a few days. t
It was said by those who know ,ltuh;e 1
Hoiutli best around the I'Vderal liulld-,
Iiik that he had to Rlvn up hl wml
last year and bo west for two months
t rrcijver from an attack such ,ik he 1
had yi'sierday. Ho had some sort ol'i
abdominal operation at (hat time, ac- :
cordlni; to his friends,
In spite of the encournKluK reporis 1
about ihe .ludce's condition, ihoe vvho 1
urn most Intimately Involved In the,
Government suit ticalnst Hawthorne i
and his associates were busily discuss- J
Iiik yesterday the effect on the case of
11 serious result nf JihIkc lliuigh'n
I'liltcd Stales Atlornej Wise ieclaieit
that ho knew of 110 leitnl leasou vviv'
nnother JudKe of the I'Viler.il I ist rii't
Court should not tifler ilulv sliiilyinir
the minutes of the trial 1 litis. f,u no
on with the case, Mr Wise i.pecln a
report from Assistant United Htatca At-
bit at the
The efficient car
The Cole works as silently as ,t v.c
t-ained servant. It does everything
automobile ought to do, and doc.- it we'
The new models are equipped with ec"
tested device that contributes to loan :er.
and comfort. The Dclco starting and libitum-
system, for instance, means (we oj opcraltnv
The three-point suspension principle eli:i
inates all strains to the motor and uan
mission gearing. The long whcelb.tsc mean
comfort. The long stroke motor mc:.r.
power and srrvice.
Before you buy car, be lure to tee the Co'r
at least- W hen you viiit our sa!eroom4 I'rin? o.'
wife to look the car over. She will appreciate it
comfort and its beauty.
Broadway at 58th St.
Phone 6000 Columbus
To the Clothing Manufacturers of New York:
The United Manufacturers & Merchants Associ
ation has in its membership today 75 members,
with new applications coming in every moment.
It invites the entire trade to join with it.
It has appointed a Permanent Conference Com
mittee and is prepared to work out peaceable solu
tions of the difficult problems in our industry.
Although it has no connection with the New
York Clothing Trades Association, it is not opposed
to any organization, either of employers or em
ployees. It wa"tB to preserve the clothing in
dustry of New York. It believes it cannot be pre
served by a continuous state of warfare.
Applicants for membership should apply to Henry Wolf,
Secretary, Room 212, Broadway Central Hotel.
UNITED MANUFACTURERS & MERCHANTS
WOLF ELIAS, President.
HENRY WOLF, Secretary.
PHILIP C. SAMUELS, Attorney.
JULIUS HENRY COHEN, Counsel.
-J L . . .
lullie.v l'l'i and I' V Thompson, who ' I eullllie the bench lake slept, Kivv.uil
litis . in eii iu'osi t mint; tue tinvcrn-, me coniiiiuau"!' ni nn iriii'
The l !ov erniiii ot lesuil o w i
.lev'Cli vvi-eko of
nn ui i' i in i us I i the law on this sub
Ji'vl I'.v Moiiila.v and will ilien It' Judgf
liou&h is not euftivlently recovered to
Tuesday last afti'i'
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