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THE' SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913.
imbltlons confronting him the Governor
in between Hcyllu and Chary lulls, tn
the fir ft place It Im nut cei-uiln that tlm
trctnocriitlc Si-ii.itui . tlif ncics.-ary
twenty-ids, would onntli tu Mi. I r-l'r
nomination writ i to be utmli bv I lr-
(iOVcniol'. Ill tin s IM plno . I- Wl.
pointed Hilt. I Mil l" i:h Chatle- I-
Murphy's O' iiMvr.iiii iitx i i l -1 In ihe
municipal 'lccl Ion tii'M full In ileleiit. i, I
lie Wullld -lilt I' - III eollltnl it III' I nin.
rratle Stab iiiitil..itlnii and w'lhoui
doubt would !) able in eolitliilti I hi'
m.iMery until the Detiuicriitlo Stale con
vention fur 1 it 1 I iiMii'iuM) . Willi the
kimivlidim Ihid llov. SnI.' r 1' mm
mlttcd to the appointment of mi or
.Htilzutluii Democrat In Mi WIIIcm
place Wore Im lo nominate Mi. Ilmi'st
or Mr. Hhe.it n. or Mr. l" 1 l.i ti -l or Mi
(Iravi. lie would without tin xllhti M
doubt ho nfus il n renonilnalloii for
(iovcrnor. !u Hint event l!o. SuUer'"
political iihl(loUr would come lo nil
Tlle.'"i' fails us here -Mii'tini tlv stated
arc the mme of t!ov Sutler'- pi- nt
ICltHtloll ovir the pte-elll I olllphi all. ill?
md the uriltle oh-IiiukIii ni.nl' -n li.tn
to refr.iln from uppointltm- mi ori.-anb.a-Iloll
lielllocr.it lo Ml. Willi o .- po-t
MI tile Oilier h.lllil if lioV Slllzrr hli.lliM
with Mr. lliMl'"! lie I" fully awulo Ihlit
Mr. Hearst will withdraw tfom him the
newspaper support whit h he hit" .-o Kin
erously 5l' eii ' I In- ilincrtvu' for many
Charles !' Murphy refrained tfom dis
CiisJtiu the Mtiiutlon ji-stciday mu
with lit most Intlmiite iniiuls. livery
effort IM." heeii mail" tu ascot tain Mr.
Muipliyj e.inilliliite tor Mr. WllleoxV
pl.iie without mull. Nauit.illy Mr.
Murphy's friends said that he hail a
r-andldate tueloil away In tlie hael; of
his head hut I li.it no man alive, not
'ISov. Sulv.er. Uu.w who Hi. u man vv.i.
TU. streimtli ot the orisiitiliiiloii
IieiuoiTiits tir le, In- Mi. Mm pay. It wax
Mlltr.l. Ill- 111 tile tint that the ItepUh-
ilean Parly W mi split In the Stale ihat
there Is little hop. thai the
lie hr.ili.il for many yinis.
Il w.is pointed out. the
cannot help Inn vein In the
thomrli Col. lioo.ievilt eventually pi r
tnlls the I'roKresi-lv i .s of New Yorl; elty
to fuse with Ihe Itepuhlleans and all
anll-Tuinmany hodhs In tin munlelpal
eleetloti net fail. With till situation
oonfrontlns; the polllii ians ot the Stale
It u very plainly wild last nlnht th.it
the reKlllar Demoerats. pluvlded (!ov.
SuUer offended them, could easily turn
him adrift two jicars from now. nomi
nate any Democrat !n hi plaie for
Ciovernor and eltet him.
There were those !at ntsht eloe to
f'.ov. SuUcr, Mr Hearst and Mr.
Murphy who believed that Ihe present
dreadful wrannle ovi-r Mr. Wllleu's
nivcessor would evelituallj retail In
the selection of a i ompromlse Com
missioner to sueend Mr. WIUeoN w ho
would from a political standpoint ho I
agreeable to all three men. The troiihl"
over that statement vvus, however, that
lertaln meat llnauelal Interests deslte
the present cotitraet lo be si;;iied by
Mr. Wllleox, for the Husoil that Mr.
Wllleox and a lllajorll.v ot the Com
missioners, who have slvon for two
years the Kieatest eale lo I III- Kiitantlo
nihmay problem, belli e thai the dual
svsiem of ubvays is the real solution i
of the whole transit problem
The tliiht Is one between ituat llnan
clal Interests prima rll.v. wlulo the tluht
nmotiK tin- polllieljns W perhap
feeondary. and yet In lanje measute
the battle between the two forcts. tinan
eldl and polltieal. tind1- them so mter
nilnsled that In the .hidKinent of -prts
th" only siiffi rers as to the out
come, .should the prevnl subway eoii
tracts lapse because of tin- tierce
contention, would be the millions of
cltlrns "t the city of Sew Vorl.
WON'T BE JAMMED THROUGH.
tin linn j I nnlrnetn Mn t He
enlnl li I'rtirnnrjv
The hUhwa.v inntracls. no matter what
happens, will not be jammed through.
William It Willco, ihalrmaii of th"
t'liblic Service I'ummisaloii, tc deter
mined that the ell) shall uialte tin sac
rifices to either the I ntt rborouwh Ihipld
Trvtllslt t.'ompall or to Ihe Ii It. T. Il
nFilol. t.. ,.v II.. til.. I'ulllr.ll N 1 1 I'tt)-
ruary I. Mr. Wllleox and his iu-coi late- '
it... Iii.l.ll.. ..i i... 1 '..iiniiUsi.iti :itnl
the members of the Hoard of KstlmaU
n-hii are fiiciull lo ihe dual svstcm will
ilo all In their power ti 'i t the con-
imipn inro siiane lor sil-iiiul: ueiore i
midnight on January 111. but no oil" sup-
posed esterday that there was mm ue.irsi iiiienueu 10 rorco Hie IlKhtiiiK
clianen'lii ten of dolm; so without skat- "lid have tin- Covernor without uuy
inc over Important dirterencea which , possible exeuse tor not meeting his de
ftlll exist between the. companh-K and inands Thus it was wtdeiv reported
"The coiumlssinn and the committee
of the Hoard of Kallmnte," said Chair
man WIUcon and MnruuKli l'rc-ldent
-McAnLiiy In a Joint statement last ulht,
"recomlze tli.it tin forma of contracts,
as aclvcrtiaed for public htarlngs re
qulrcl chaitKcti adeipiately 10 protici
the city. In view ot the Importance of
such changes uccetsluitlnK conferences
with the. companies. It will be a prac
tical Impossibility to enniphte the con
tractu for e.xecutluii by I'eliru.n y I. In
other words, any Importance that may
h attached 10 ex vent ion by I'ehrtiary 1
will not be an e.xcusc, so far at wo ale
concerned, lit .sacrltlclm; the public In
terests." Mr, Wllleox hud conferences nil day
yesterday and uualn late last niKht with
repretenlatlves of J. I". Moixau Co.
and the tnterborouuh, irjiim to
utrulKhten out liii'ittv points in the con
tract. llepreseutliiK the tallioad com
pany were Theodore I' .Shonls, pi'i'M
l.nv. Itlchaid Held ItoKire, general
rounitel. and lalwaid ,1. IJerwmd, a
director. Itepreseutim; ,1. v. MurKun it
Co., which Jinn heads the syndlcalii
which wilt take tin- Inter borough's
J170.000.000 subway bond Issue, wero
J. P. Morguii, Jr., Henry IV Davison
nnd l-'runchi t.ynde titetson, lawjer for
the banklntf firm. Mr. Wlllco.x the
principal ncRotlator for the commis
sion, but for part of tin? time Commis
tiloners Kustls. Williams .and Mult hie
were present, Lo Itoy T. Ilurkness of
the commlsslon'ti heal hiarT, wus. on
hand to advise, Mr Wllleox on polntu
of law. Uoroiife'li I'residcnl .Mc.Xiieny,
head of Iho Hoard of Litinmte,'n Trio
tlon Committee, mid Comptroller I'reii
lerrast. reiiresvnted thn Itoaid of nml.
Most of whut John I'urroy Mitchel,
I'reldcnt of the Hoard of Aldclineli,
had to say at the seouU hearliiK, Iihk
tot hecn discussed Mr, Miteliei'.s ob
jections struck ut the root of the con
tract' und were illiected ukuIiisI what
fcotli the I'ubllc .Scrvico Commission
nnd the Bourd uf llstimatc hud ulreudy
"e. ro btlll dcturmlned not to bo
moved by the Intcmpeiute talk now ntB
!i". rulil Mr. Wllleox. "IJefori! the
herin'6ii were Im-1I ive had ulreudy
talked tiver mjny i-iuin ,es. Funda
mentals will not b. . 'inned The. dual
on tre aylem win not be meniu-cd."
-.vnM'iiwiyiici .Muiinie, wiio ns on
POie contracts consistently, re-
Quality Never Varies
marked that the harm that would re
sult to the elt.v In i'a."e no nRicemcnt Im
reaelied with the coinpahleM would not
bo very Ktont anyhow.
"i:.v.i'lulvi- of the Fourth avenue tub
way In llrouldyn and the Centre street
loop In Manhattan, ( I0.00u.mn) worth of
-uhwny vvorh In now under Way, inaUlm;
7ii.iiiio.ii0h In all," lie h.iM. "It will lake
thfie yenr.-i to Mieiiil tile motley on mtli
.-trinlioti tor wlttih eontrait" liavi al
ready Ixen let. ThN Is elty money and
all I lll-lde Ihe ilt-ltt limit "
The i-iiliterclii i s .Vi-tirdaj Were held
at Mr. WllleuN h house at 11 Hast l-'orty-tilth
strict. The -(train of Ihe bum lie-
j j-i t !'i t hum !uh told upon lihu and ho wan
olililfed to j It tlie ootllelios to meet hill!
at l'is home
Col. Timothy S. Williams, pre-ldent of
the llroohlyn liapld Transit Company,
and his assorlate.i wl'i mei t Mr. Wllleo
i and Mr. MeAlieny to-day 1,1 ) Vf tn,.
i llni.iKl.v n Kanld Trail-It eoinraet Col.
Williams l.ee n that tliree or four
hours omtht to he inn.mh to Iron out
t tile difterenec.- Unit exist between the
city and his compan.v .
LEGISLATORS IN A FUNK.
Wnnt llii t'olilrneli Muneil li
I for t'olltlenl l'nrpofie,
AI.HV.M, Jan. SI Taking their
tuple from the tbiveruor, the Di'ino
ralie leKl-lators In-uluht ale indiistri-
lously dlsseiiiliiatliiH' the impression that
! if tin subwa.v i ontracts are not simied
i Im fore I'el iuarv 1. Wl.itl Commission" r
1 Willeox's teini expires, they are In grave
idallMer, and that not the slightest effort
will Is. made by the Democratic Senate
i to delay the continuation of the man
(iov. Sulzer appoints to succeed Wlll
eox. even if he Is oppo.-ed to the con
tracts. The reason lor this tail; Is simple
lively politician, from the (love-nor
down, nt the Slate Capitol has made up
his tiund that the iiuestloii must not be
raised in the Legislature, l-asi nluht the
llovernor was " leratitiK" the I'ubllo
Si I V . e Cimssi ni, tn-iiii;ht it 1 the
I lemm ratio b ul; latms.
What the I leuioer.its lu re are saylim
is tins. -Th Iniol Illation leeiivid at
the Capitol all points ton.itd tie po-
sileiiiy of i learniy up 11 ntraits
f.iie rebruary 1 'I'lie onl olLstaeli is
I Ihe llllfelenee bt'tWtell tl.l Illtlllssluu
and contiaelors on eeriain details of the
contracts. If eltlier side woulil ule way
the worU would b. entnpleted In lime.
Many of ihe pninls of difference are
Included in the attach made by John
I'urioy Mlichel upon th" conlra' ts. Al
bany legislators do not believe thai the
eomintsslon will nlve wa.v. Thv recoK
nie that tin re is small reason lor Mr
Willeux In snrembr hi" oi.. etlons.
whl'di are ihe most considerable, but
they do belli ve that It may lo possible
to scale tbe i oinraeturs into jielillm;
bv coiitli niini; the ibivernor's luuts that
;tln hope of the contracts lies m their
adoption Is'fnre rebru.uy I.
1 If the subway tlht actually tin-alts
out heie tin- Democratic memiieit, reco
in." that it will imiiiedlatelv Imperil
the Tammany chancis in ilm next i-itj
In Hon m tin tall Tlu.-i is the iiiaiti
dauber. 11 ma also brim.- the I.cki
llatui'e into collision with the (iovernor.
It Is the collVlelloll hen- Hint if
Hearst puis tin- S' 1 1 w s on Ihe
iloveiiior be will Mirieinl. r. The only
, possinie ii.ii to avoni ail itanger it to
torce a s'-tilement in New York.
! (In the other haml thete n. p.. immid.
takabh ev id
in-es hele to-d.iy that Mr.
J that Mr. Hearst would
tho removal of Mr. With us upon
chaws which he would furnish. Aside
from reoelviiiK the chumes and kivIiik
Mr. Wllleox n hearing the tiovei nor's
power to leUIOVo is absolute. If the
contnots mm not smiled beioro I'ebru
ary 1 and the sjeiiate refused to eonllrm
the (toveriioi s nomination of a sine, s-.-or.
then Mr. Heuist could Insist upon
removal and hi ease the Hovel nor de
'lined to leiiiovi Mr. Wllho.x, iniiisn
him or dl-loalty lo himself, tu tho
"peepul" and ot beimr n men- crealure
of the Hilt rests." and William Hulner Is
in. day In mortal ten or of tho cone
ii.iees lo his political future of such
an assault, too tcmlled in the opinion
of many not to lake orders.
, The report that Mr. Hearst would
himself be u landldale lo succeed Mr.
Wllleox is purely u New VorK rumor
Lll that Albany knows Is that several ,
I Weill api Mr Hornet wa.s In-re nnd
wus lepoiiiii o nave usKeil the tio.'
i rnor lonameMr. Shearn or some oilier
friend of his as Public Service Com.
nilssloner. tiov. thiler Is said lo huvo
declined, but to have promptly added:
"Hut I shall lie pleased to send your
name In." u HiiKKuatluu Mr. Hearst in
his l urn declined.
I lie possibility that Mr. Hearst lias
nlnee found tliat thn flovernor will not
name any onu of his candldales-Monl -
Komery llaie H said lo be tho newest1
siiKKesiirm- nnd him decided to take
up tin- (lovernor's. olfer of tliree weeks
iiko Is the only local explanation of the
rumor. A 'latumany Si'iialo would
hardly coutlrm his appointment, hut If
lov. Sulzer declined to make It his pun
Ishmi nt Is clear.
All attempts to persuade the fiovernor
to Klvc, iniv detliiite Indication of his
views, on the subway situation to-day
nun u wuoiiy. lie mil lalK to tin- re
porters lor u coniililerilhle tllllu on the
IKcneral siluatloii, i.iii not for publlca.
. Hon, and lie said ahsolutely milhliiK thai
htlBKested his mind was miuln up and
niueh Hint showed ho wan still In H
iiiandary. lie talked about hlu previous
remarks upon homn ruin whci Im in-
Heated shed Unlit unon his nreseni no.
.ill..,, I... i .... i ,..' ... '
"" "- "on nun uern uoie ii)
discover the liBht. Ill Kenerul he con-
ceded Hint he Knew one man who could
ectllr the puhlh servh o commission
IroillileH If tin comnili'Slon failed. The
man was Wllliiim Sultel . hill Ihe melhoil
To.nlu'hl It wuh mill tho Albany view
that .John Delaney will lie iiameil to
HUCC I Wllleox, despite th" sllKfcestloll
of Montgomery Hare for the up-Slale
Vucauiile.s Joint N. CarllHle Is ueeepteil
.in a eerlultily. AtiBUstns Thomas, the
'I'aintiiaiiy ilrnmatlsi, who lives In New
Kocliello, seems still In the fuiillllli;, and
the third place will e,o to a ItiilTalo man.
This Is the plaee now held by I'nink
W. Stevens, Ihe ihnlrninn, Ills huo
cessor will b" either DeVoe I. Hudson,
former elty .Indue of llulTalo; t.otilM H
Desbirker, former Corporatltni t'ounsel,
or William P. ICastliiK, a parl coiuihIh
sinner of I he same t-llj . At the mo
ment the i buncos ol the three ute uhotll
In the order named and nil have, the
Mippoit of rilpnlrl'-h Hi" Democratic
I'OS III llrle.
The only Ihltm I Inil Is aetunlly leal
and holiest In the present situation here
!. ihe desire that I In re never shall be
juny subway iiuestloii put up to the
lioviinor or Ih" Legislature. All lite
.....I .... Mi (1,,. .I..IU.,...
i.-.-i i .( ,i e.-en in lite 111-11 1 r.-i i, t. ,11"
lempt lo lloal the Imple.sslou that
Ihe subway lotitraelx will be lost If they
ale not i liiin il before t'eliriliify 1 Those
vho an sa.vlim tills loudest and have
the tnosi objections to the contracts, to
oiler am pieclsely the leMlslators who
will have lo biar the hi lint of Ihe at
tach if the 1 oiitraelH do coino here
tlnallv ihlouijh tlie delay In New York.
Their d.imier seems far mole nenuine
than that of rapid transit.
ASKS HEARING NEXT MONDAY.
Vleieliiints .Kelntliiii anil Other
llinlles pprnl lo sillier.
This tebwum went yesterday to Gov.
Sul.er from the Merchants Ascoclatlon:
I hi- Meri'hauts Vsnoi'lallou of New itt
and iiuiii - other leaillin; business mikI elvle
I ora.iiuiilloiis eooperiilln; ltli It in neiitlj
1 ii-., nest von to tnl.e no ai lien involving liny
iliaint" In the stains ol tie- Mibwuv neito
tl.itmtis In tins clH 01 hi tin; ersoiim-l
nl Hi" eui11111i--l1.11 tor Hie I list lislel
tiulil those important lnleiest- have op
portiuiity peisonalb to dlseiirs tin- matter
with on U'e leipn'si uuil uri;e thai tor
that purpose ou iriehea laru delekfalioti
oil Moiidai, .l.iliiiHrv -i, at 12 :i o'eloi U,
tepiesi'ittliu' ortraliuntlous vln)n innuiher
shin i. thousand- In inimbcr anil truly
represeiitatlv e ot all sections of the elt j
Ii was signed by H, H. iiuterbrlditr,
A leiti r to the same effect vvus .sent
bv Crorxe M. ri. SchulU, president of
the Taxpayers Alliance, of the Uoruuijh
of The llrotiv.
The North Side Hoard of Trade of Th
llroiix at lis annual meetlm; last nlwlit
adopteil resoltltloiiH approvlnir the pro
posed stibwuy contracts under the dual
sysiiiu ami empowering Ihe picslde.nl
to send a couuniUeo of twenty-nvi: to
Albany lo urge (lov. Sulzor either to
reappoint Chairman Wllleox or de ay the
iippoluinienl of his successor until after
the contracts aro signed.
WANT HOOK MOUNTAIN EXEMPT.
I'HrU Commission Can't l'n 1,0(10, -ooo
fur "ItueW mill llnttlrm."
Al.HNT. .Ian. :'I - A. 1". Haper and
Wl'son X'" owners of trap lock
pr.iperths biiween Nyack and llaver
straw on Hook Mountain, appeared he
toie the rinance Committee (,f the Sen
ate and tin- Assembly Committee on
Ways and Means and urued an amend
mint to ihe bill Introducid by tin
1'allsaile.s Commission alllhorllllS' till)
commission to mi-p'-nd condemnation
pro.-eiihms to acipilie specltle propers
lbs tor Ihe proposed Slate park.
"Tliite an- iiothlm- but copperhead.-,
rattlers and rock In this part of the
1'allsaile.s territory," said .Mr. Hatter.
"Novi rihcless tho thteo miles lff trap
rock proper!) of which I am truste wo
estlniati- to be worth more than $4,uuo,
ooo. I'art of this rock kocb to Nuw
Vork city for biilldliu and the rest up
State for uoisl roads. The Palisades
Commission hasn't the money to pay for
tin- property and, beside-, they don't
want it. Why some of our itmrrymen
have died of rattlesnake bites."
Chairman Hush of the Assembly
Wa.vs and Mentis Committee said lm
tlnillL-hi the comiillsshin should be pro
hibited fiMtn Interfering with trap rock
iiuarrles and Wetuhlv man I -. I-mo.
rati. II. sir b ader also deelareil that the
Slat" should expend no money In elo.
Itn; up trap iiuarrles.
SULZER OMITS DANCING.
ltr(rehuiriiti Ktfhrr di Mrrrp
lion In l.rullntnrs,
Aiiiam. .Ian i'J lioveriior and Mrs
Suiter t'l-niKht nu" lie- annual reception
to Die ni'-inbers ot the Legislature .suite
ottb ers. I' Kisliilors and polltieiuns fioiu
near ami tar came lo Albany for the no.
cdslnn llefore Hie leeeptlon tin- tSovi-rnur
entertain d his military stuff at illiiuer.
tiuv. Suler s.t a prccedi nt by ImvIiik
no refieslinn-nts mi'l no ilanelng at the
With the linveinof and Mr.. SuUei- In
the leeelvlllK lllle Uern Wives nf Slate
nthelals. Mrs. Martin II HImiii. Ati
Mii. h' II Maj. Mrs. John .1. Kennedy and
Mrs. .IoIiii A r.-nsel , bouse kiii-Mh ol Mrt.
i-UUe, her si-it. rs, th
Misses ll.-atnie and I
Mrs s.Uer'H aunt,
Mrs M Myers of I'llllaitelpllla. Mrs C.
I., on Wi Instoek, Mis lieu llotTniaii and
Mrs. Mantis l.oew of New Vail..
John A. yuuley utul Harvey W Corbett,
aetuseil of swindling the late Mrs. Mary
Ivlus Hull, widow of Dr. Hull, out of
:i".,'iiiii, wen put on lllal yesterday li-foie
i'liitl'lt-s A I .ii UK uf 5ii.i Kasl l;iht-
s.-ciuiil stieet wan arieslrtl yest-rduy mi
a ihuiKe of Ketiln lion frum the
llavii lalhoail by a tube chiltu of dam
nit". Nlui teeti-ye.ii'.old tlruee Hlblseo HtHhbed
AtiKflo Condiignu, I'o years old, of 71
Walworth street, llrooklyn, when h told
her yeaterduy afternooti Hint Im was an-
inK 'l' ud didn't know when he
Ciarle Weh.Hchenker A Co.. 15 West
Twenty. third stieet, were lined 1,000 by
Judiin Holt yeslciilay lor umhTVululin;
Imported furs woith fS75,ftun
Piilb-d Stabs Marshal Heukcl auctioned
mutiKKli'd dlaiunnilii yesterday anrl Rot for
i0' carats ?:'..' 13. 0, or ubout J010 more
than Ihe appraised homo value.
A Jury before Supreme Court .lustier
IhCall heard yesterday Mrs. i;the Kothn's
suit tor divorce from lirimst Q, lto)m,
an elsetrleal cniitraetor, and fuund botli
hiisb.iml and wife. KUllty, so under the
law neither can have a divorce,
Sunoiralit Ketehuin In Hrooklyn sharply
n-buked i;dwurd T. C'urruii. u lawyer,
lesti - nlay lor not payhn; a bill for tlm
funerul expenses, of Thouiaa Hurhe, t;urruu
!N .rxeeutor and the Surrosate sulri he
'IIOI protTereil a fHUe
afflrluvlt to eieUHc
tercentenary cell brallon In 19U of
cmnnvrrr In New ork was rleelded upon
M'sterdav by a eonunlttee Mayor Unynor
j,"'"''' Herman Hldtli-r proponed thut
ininemw ntnlri lull In- eliulimuu of Ihu
and Vincent Aitoi-lmgo
BIG TIM IS INSANE,
SAYS SHERIFF'S JURY,
I'l'ictids Wrop as ('oiiitnisioii lc
riilos Tltaf Siillivim Is
MAY UK WOHTII Mllil.lON
List of ConcoritH in Which lit!
Is Intct'cstcil Mmlc I'ublif
for Kirs I. 'rime.
Congressman-elect Timothy D. rftilll
van was. declared Incompetent and In
capable of taking can- of his pioperty
by a commission In lunacy and rilieiiifv
July yesletdav after one of the niol
jnffictiug proceedings of the kind thai'
has occurred In tin Sheriff i otllce. Tin '
Jury room was filled with friends mu f
nssoctatcD of the Itlg I'ellow, who had
gone there to hud out for themselves
whether or not Ills condition wus such
that he would not tuku Ills old place in :
Win II one of Iho phVNlelnlis who ex
ii mined Htg Tim said In answer to a
iiuestloii from a Juror that Sullivan's
return lo sanity was "possible, but Hot
probable many ineti In Ihe room i
wepl, and a number of them were heulil
to sav, "Too bad. too bad"
Tin most affected mull was Law
reiico .Mulligan, the half-brother
companion In tec.mt y.-ais
man. As he testllted It could
be seen Hint he IVH m Hylit
When ho Kit an opportunity
ho went Into one of the iirtlccs near the
, , ,., , , ,
Jury room and wept without restraint.
Kx-Corpornllou Couustl William l! -
Allison, who appeared as counsel tor
., , .., .. i.i,,,
m, ;,;;;:;-, n,,dv ,;,,.,
Vonkers u in who are Hpplvlut; for the
uppolntment of u commltteo of Ills per-
sou and property, opening the proceed-
loe; i.steritav- snoke of tho "sad and
I solemn duty" that faced tlu- eun-
I . I. II I O..OI .1
iceilieu. lie oiiioiii'ti nuiinitiin iniuiiu
life briefly and spoke of his neneroslty
"We are hele to save u man from
himself.' said Mr. i:illon. "It Is our
.lull. I.. .... i, .,-.. 1.1- i.e..l,..I-l e fur llllll
..... , .... J'. .n,
If ho recovels, and If Uod wills that he ll l-rtio.e.imU
docs not recover thi u for those who arc , ,v""!bll,lh"
near and dear to turn." i.i p' vt..,.-p
Mr. Klllson then n-ad a list of Mr.!''" M iitu..t l. tie
Sinllli-.m-- reutlv lint, lines i.lrellllv mill- TlimiliHHI. . .
i,j ., ..i i. ... r..e in., iirs,
time ihe list' of omeems In which In-
was liuereMcu. i ncy are inu siiuiuiii
Advertising Company, Sullivan .vi Consl -
dine, Hlllson Conttructlon Companv. !
Kraus Amusement Companv. City Thea -
tre Companv. Ureamland Company,
Coney Inland .loekey Club. Mills and 1'ae.
l.irles Sales Coliinaliv. Marv and Statu
Pair. I'nlted Theatre Company, .lackson
vllle racetrack, Mount Curmel Ceme
tery, Madison Safe Deposit Company,
National Protective la-au'ile, Auto litis
Compuny of Philadelphia. Democracy
Prlntlni; Company. Eastern Motor Cum.
paiiy Sullivan .X K'raiii and Sullivan Ac
I.uvvrence MulliBan testltled thut tin
property iivvneil liy his half-hrothw Isi
worth "over ?100.i)00." and It Is believed
to be worth nearly Jl.riuu.uOU.
The ttr.-t witness as to Sullivan's,
mental condition was Dr. John 13. Her-!
rlty of Dr. ttond's sanitarium, who said
that Sulllvun la siitferliiK from drprea-I
.-ivn Insunlty. and that It would he tin-1
safe for him to lie at lurwe or to muilano
hs property . !
Dr. ITltchard, an alienist, who has'
studied Sullivan's rase frequently since.
In- wuc committed, testified that his con
dition Is such thst If In- was. aewuvutrd
It mlitllt lead to violence. '
Dr. Herman ('. llnefrtlnK, Sullivan's '
family physician, who saw him last Krl
dav, said lie Is "utterly nnd ah-mlutely i
Incompetent." Dr. Hond gave similar
Il took the Sheriff's Jury only live i
minutes to brlnu In a verdict that Sulll-
van Is Incompetent The repuri will i
be Died in the Supremi Court, and a
committee of bis property and person j
will be named.
WAITERS LEAVE DINNER COLD.
An Ihe I'ooUa Walk Oat Too While
M In Cooltna.
All Ihe waiters., cooks and kilclun
hands of the Hotel MarK.irel at !'7 Co
lumbia HelKht, llrooklyn, went on
strike at tl :i0 o'clock last nlttlit, half
an hour alter tho dinner hour spirb d.
AltoKetlier the strlkera numbered twui-ty-seven.
Thn hotel eaterh chiefly to permanii..t
Kllests, and 130 ol these were hi (shilling
their illnner when the strike Im-khii
ManaKcr Tlioman Toby mid hU head
waller, assisted by the clerks uiul every.
body else who could b" reillllslllolleil.
served thn remainder of tlie dinner as
fast as the eluf could prepare it with
I his own hand.. ,
Munautl' Toby tald la.xt llu-'iH that he
.received a letter from the waiters yes-1
torilay mnrnliiK ileinandhic one day olf
Willi full pay every two weeks. Ho
called the waiters toKeiher and told
them lhat he considered the demand un
reasonable, because since the meal
hours urn clnsi ly restricted the welters
weio off duly most of tho day every
day, lie also explained that Ihe Kllests I
objected to havim; different waiters
servltitf them. He said, however, Hint
tin would see that ono of the fourteen
men was off every day from in o'clock
In thn mornlni? lo f;45 In tho afternoon.
The inaiiHK'-r believed that this was sat
isfactory to thij men until the Mtrlke
TENEMENT AFIRE NINE TIMES,
I'lrenien I ailed That Often In l'lr
Weeks Suprel I'lrehaa.
I'lreiiuii lust night put out tho ninth
lire In Ilvo weckw, buruliiK thin tlmn
atnunk' oil soaked rak'w. on u dumb,
wultcr In tho six utury tenement house
ut US Kust Mlithty-nlnth street.
Assistant Klre Marshal Wude nnd
tho pollou who uro liivcsllttatlnu be.
Hove It Ih the work uf u pyruinuiiiac.
STRIKE MENACES CHICAGO.
(HMiieitt Wurktira Threaten a sym
(IlilCAUo. Jan. 21'. A htrlkc coiunilltin
rcprusentlllK the eleven unions of Chicago
Kurnitut workers were in session all of to
duy and lids eveulliK I'l-imrlnic an llltl
matuni to bu prrhvuled to the wlinlesule
clothlns iiianuftetuivi'H. ThU demand
will he thut the local snopa relurn any
work sent here by I lie Nim Vork lltnis
agultisl v lilili die Karuient uorlars aie
on strike. In Hu- event of a refusal il.e
aarmsnl workt-rr mHI eall m sliiki In Cel.
hi syinpalhy with the P.asleni walk.
I O T 1 Q a
The Standard Railroad of the South
Through Trains Daily
with All-Steel Electric
" The New York nml Florida Special"
IJMh JrAM)iii hint In upi-tMlijri,
t.i I'PNV .VIM l()X II. Ii Nimn Dally
l or lllu-tr.ilcl lltttntiitr mill nil Inforimtlon
.ti.fe. tiro. il. i:cm;ii. ,. r p. k.,
17 Is llriMilttai, rw lurk
BIG BANK DEALS
OF LAST DECADE
Cihitinitcil mnt I'ir.it l'W)C,
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s s l'.i,hn r
Willi. ,. n w I I s 1 1 1 1 1
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Tlll.-lei-s fur Nan vv
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of htock III
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These Wile Klven as the
stoekholdeis of tin- l-'lrst
.Shu l i
i"n. r. ii.,k
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. ""' I'-mi Jm1 sloekhohhrs of
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hi. nli II s. hot
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showed also t fun .lamr.s
l.i'i'O Miatos of m,.i. oi
Valion.il Hank: Willi.,,.
0,fi57: William t.'.-.i...r..o...
I :.)(.; William Harbour. l,17o. nd .lain, a
M. Donald, 1 oij.
In the eourso of ,,.,uy m-aHnK
Samuel 1 ntiriny, r, counsel for th nn-
mltte.- sij.mhl t ..htarn from Wllljam
. Uollmaun or ,, si, Darin- ,v Co..
.New Voiu bn.kers, mf,,! mation in ro
iai.l to Ihe .r.tci,-( ,,f binl.i.rate houses
lenoiuB si,K , ,,,,., ,,
ttone shun of tint market.
vir. i ntermytr soiikIh tu h,w tml
it tvas a common prio liet amoiiK brok
J.iKe houses o loan ,,r ,e,Verv nualllsl
short sale their custom, is' sliaiv.s which
wen. beinn i,,., ,,. ,,,lt. . tlnl(
Mr. fnteimyer lonieiulid thut t.
brok. is loutinuoil to , ham,. ,. hlltK
acciiUlll i listouiel-s inl.-resl, w,, (1
matter of tart the brokers had re.ov
eii.ll their mom y iliiunh Hie loanlnn
I'" ''""h I'T tin loverillK nt short
sal-s. .Mr. I'nteimyei e.inieniletl thai
often lln.es bmk. rs made mor. money
In this way than thn.imh actual com'-
inlsslnu i barges.
"Do you ever nnlifv a cusiomcr you
have loaned III- s(i,r; ,,, shoit sule.lV
"Srkell tl OlniulHei-h i-ouils,').
"Very often.'' said the witness.
Tim hearniKs will ,m to-morrow
wmi ii. j-. pavlson of ,1.
Kan .V Co. on the stand.
SHOOTS MAN CALLING 051 WIFE.
Mnnn-lalr llnslinnil Mound. Bnitirl
-I. Alslnieh of ,.,, nrW.
MoMchAiu, N J . ,,,n. Samuel J
Al.sbach. who runs ,,n enmlovioeni
aeney in Sl.xth avenue near Porlleth
sliiict. Mauliatlun, win. shot and
I dauk't nnisly wounded on tho lawn hi
I front of Ihe Mountain Hou-e, Hloomtleld
avenue, at li o'clock lo.ulit by William
.-nucuei wniin ANhach and Tlmm.iH II
Hurus, also of New Vork, Were Vlsitlim
Mts. Stuckel, who runs thn hotel.
Stuckel and his wilt. Imvn In en seji.
aruied lor u l seven years. This
afternoon when Msltach and Hum
stepped olf Ihe Ham from New Vork
to call upon Mrs. Stuckel lime nicl
.Stuckel oil the slall lairm-m ...i.l
1 hot wolds follow id. The l wo New 'ork
! men lin n , fi stuckel nml went up ihe
I hill lo call upon Mrs. stuel.nl
Stuckel came to He door of the
Mountain Hoiwo shoitiy befoii' o o'clock
and demandod udmlliance, Mrs. Stuckel
tried to bar the way, when Al.sbach ran
to thn door to assist her. Stuckel Inure
upon drew a revoh.r and Mud Alsbach
in the Jaw.
Coleman Wynne, a ymuu .Milker of
Manila t trill, who llviti hole, and U. II,
Hrown ot Phllad Ipliia, who wem puss.
Inu. k-rappleil with Stuckel ami turned
hint over to u pollcciuan.
Alsb.ich was sent to the Mountalnslile
llospllul, where It was said ihat he wus
d.ini,rcroiisly wounded, but probably
I. ell .Xolblnu lliKbnntt.
1'lon lire Tmloi ;H. u, ,r, ,,
laiiuaiy :i, P.Hn. as the umiIi nt bmns
leeelved nil ,N'i w enrsevi Irfl uulllln
In her husliHUd, Cliaiies I'i, ICHIh, who v
eeiitly served a term ai Mlanla I'm rraud.
iilslil us.) of the malls. Her eMatn of
111.721 was left to her inuihei. Mis, Hat
tin Taylor, and her sister. Isabella Tay
lor. Mis. Hills colldlleleil Ihe lintel Krl.
erlek in West Pllty.slMh Ml.et, owned
by hei husband, at tlm Uuie of In i deat,
. I id 1 1 or of lliirvaiil "t rim.Dn,--
CyniraiHir, .Inn as Tl.mpe i N,.b
nf New Vol1 city ivli., H a th Konho.
mill e class al llarvuid, hu been eleetcd
iii .".Ut.-.)' of til. i; ,,(,, nltlvli is
Ihe Pilllilpul nitfuu of Hie UlldeiBiadualea
in llauuid Univeisity,
: FOYE GONE AFTER
rolicomnti Who AcrtiM'tl Altlfr
niHiilf Prohpr Kails to Re
jmrl for Dul.
ARRAHl.V SUM'S i WYKK
'NcavpII ItitUcttitl for MImIi'-
nipniior Confers With Whit
miin iiittl Mny AM Him.
Mdermaii Henry 11. Cm-ran, chairman
d the Aldermanlc commit loo Investluul-
!in? the Pollen Department, and his wife,
were witnesses before the extraordinary
iraiid Jnrv yesterday when that body
look up the accilMilluu tiunlo imalnst
Air. Curraii by Policeman Charles l'3.
Po.vn on the witness stand at the Curtail
committee hearltiK. The, Clratul Jury
completed Its consideration of tho ma'
ter yi'steriljy afternoon, but Its HndliiKK
will not be made publb,' until to-morrow.
Keporta that mi Indictment had been
voted ujtalnsl th'' former Meeker strong
arm nllad mi tuber Were current yester
day, hut were not conllrrnod authori
tatively. If there Is un Indictment It
i probably will bo lor perjury, slnco Poye
was under oath on the Cm-run commit
tee's stand ut the time hu mudn hla ac
cusations. The only other witnesses before the
titand Jury in tho l'oye matter were
Joseph !' PreiiderKust, tlrst deputy city
clerk, and two sb noKraphers who look
l Im testimony of l'Vye, before I ho Alder
The testimony of Mr. Ciirrnn and his
wife uiih conslilereil sufllelent lor the
purposes of ihe ijiond Jury retrardlm;
the w hen about of the Alderman ut th
time named by l-'oye as the hour when
he had tbe conversation with tin; chair
man of the lnvestlk-atliiK committee.
The saloon keeper. William Smith,
whose case Foyo alh-Kcd Ihat Mr. Cur
ran tried to have him throw down, was
not culled before tlm Grand Jury. He
hus said he. had never even hoard of
l'oye, who Is now dolmr patrol duty In
uniform In the l-3ast Tlilrty-tlfth street
precinct, did ten uppear at I o'clock yes
terday atlernoon when he wun duo for
work. A messuue was sent to his home
ut sn Cook avenue. 13lnthtirt. ordering
him to report to his precinct forthwith.
An hour l.itt-r word came back from tho
Klmhurst poller that 1'oyo vvus not at
The policeman wus still missing from
his precinct Into last nlk'hl. The usual
i-'tirse taken In eases when- a police
man la iihseut trout duty without leave.
Is to prefi r charitca .mulnst him.
The Indictment amilnsi Kdwurd .1.
Newell, (ieorun A. Slpp's loinier attor
ney, which was voted mi Tuesday, wa.s
handed up to Justice tlotf yesterday
afternoon. Tim Indictment chaiKed u
violation of sect imi "HI of the Penal
law. which make it a misdemeanor wil
fully to prevent or dissuade any per
son who has been subpo'iiaril as a wit
ness tioiu uttendlm:. As a misdemeanor,
till' ollence l puulsliiiblo by not lo o
i eed a year in tlm penitentiary
The accusation made ukuIiisI Newell
by Slpp concerned the payment of 7ot)
lo Slpp by tho lawyer tu iiiaure Slpp's
keepliiK uwuy from the Jurisdiction.
This money , Slpp aliened, had been
handed In Nowell to lie given tu Slpp
bv other lawyers, whit hud received It
from persons who desired Slpp' absence
while tin- charge nxulnat policeman
llimi'in- Pox was pending. There I un
otlnr section of tlm Penal law which
makes ii a telouy to brllsi a witness to
KiVn tals'i tcalitllDliy or to withhold true
testimony. The Indictment returned
au'.iiust Newell churned only tho mis
demeanor. Newell surrendered himself to the
District Attorney and was urraimied ut
;; ii clock before Justice t iolT. Tlleodoro
It, Chancellor lepr.-heiitcd Newell, Ho
fore Hie nrrulKiiiueni, Newell, accom
palileil by his i nuusol, W. M, K. tllcott,
had an hour conference with District
Mlolliey Whitman. Justice linff tlxed
ball at J I, tint), which was furnished by
n surety company.
After Iho iirrumnuicut there vvus an-nihil-
couferi'neo br-lvvien tlie District
Attorney it I id Newell.
These two conferences with the Dis
trict Atlorney nave rise to reports that
Newell might cooperato with Mr. Whit
man in getting to the bottom of tho al
leged buttery fund lo keep Slpp from
lestlfyltiK against Kox. The District
Attorney would not discuss thia phase
of Hu- case, however, and neither would
Mr. Dlcott. Mr, Newell wild tho report
ihat ho might Klvc tho Dlatrlct Attor
ney information was "absurd."
Ill spite of Ni'well'H denial, It la known
that prenniro is. heinK brought to bear
on Newell by hi , friends to do anything
he can to Help tho District Attorney
ml her than lo hear the brunt of Slpp'a
Newell Is a sou of the late. Kdwurd
A Newell, head of a Fifth aventto
halierdusliery concern and chulrmun of
the house committee of the Republican
Club. The senior New oil died middenly
ill Iho Hi publican Club mimti six or
seviu years iiRo. The nan, Kdwurd .1.
Newell, has Iouk been connected with
Tammany Hall und Is u member of tho
Newcll's plea lo the Indictment was
adjourned until Monday.
District Atlorney Whltmun nrved
We cin'l describe LB. Demi-unit
Cabiaeti here. They're (or thlagt
you constantly refer to private
tnenio. ules record, (kIi about
employe, conlidential data
-all to a lull-turn of your
chair makea them available
liutintly. Ho plgeoa-helei
-pull out a tray and what
you want ii there. Call,
see, iik for catalog.
Cut. njlij ifttmt
316 Broadway. New York
Thone, lM Worth
The HoRgson Single Contract
Method of Building bi Been
tested for years. That it is the
most modern, natlsfactory and
economical for the conduct of
building operations,, those who
have tried it will tell you.
Would you like to know who
our clients are i'
Our toot," Tlie llotfn Slnttt Cetilttl
AffW a) But'Mnt," on nquut.
T KAST 44th ST., NitW YORK CITY
MOSTON NKW HAVEM CHICAOO
notice on l.otil.s .1. tiruttt. lawyer i
I'ollcemait Kox, yesterd.iv Tin i
irlcl Attorney will inovi l imnr i
huvo l'o ttlal tot lor .liiuiui'i
before Justice 'roff In In. eMra 'tj
nary term of the Criminal Hi in
the .Supieino Court.
At the op"llllK ol the . es. ion n
Curraii commltteo yesterday ai m
William A. Moore, mn of I Ik h .
counsel tor l lie cotnmlttee, b t i.
ho hud asked I'cmmW hnn r W.im , i
permission to comluct an exaiii'ivii ,n
into lllr' packlDics h", by I t pr. .it
chili at I'ullci llcadiiuartefs, i.n ,
rerjutt had been letiis.ed. lb. s.nii s
had served slibpo u.is e.illltm t' "
paclonfes. ami Hint these won i
patrol wiion outside the i i.t't.
They r'e to be cMlllllhf ll I. .
t'halrm.in I'urranV otllce down-ii,
The rest ot the afternoon w.i- t.
ini wlti the lestimuny ol p.itrt.ini
and i-errieaiils who have ilotu- dii'i n
plain clotlics. A point ht'itUKlP oi
He li' ti.-tluiouv was thai tin luiii '.
never lain u literally the m-i rm. i.n
of Mayor tiny nor that policemen rhntiin
not be allowed lo enter a loom with a
Woman of the streets to Ket eviiletii-t-Most
of tue men eX.HIlllli (I .aid Hie
had coutiuuial lo do this after u
The committee adjourned to 2 oclo'l'
this atti rnoon, when Inspector C.ihnljn.
will he called.
Tin- Mills fur libel brwtiBht attain
AlNi Mary Coleman, u lawyer, and l
father, Capt. Ilttith Coleman, by (Jeoi
A. .Slpp 111 New .lel'sey thiee ycurs, as
were discontinued yesterday by cutis, n
of Itolll sides anil an order of dlscn
tlnuance wus Hied in the I nltcd Stat
District Court in Trenton.
In l'JU'.i Slpp, then proprietor or in
ltalllc Hotel, wum a calidldat. for t'r.
holder In Tenuecl;, N. J Mis;- Cob m.n,
made speeches rc:,irrllntf Slpp's Hurlttn
hotel w hich caused considerable stir and
Slpp wiin defeated bv a few votes.
Slpp sued on November of thi
TAKE STEP TO PICK A MAYOR.
Deinoeriillt- I'nloii Vleo Vnmr I
oilllee In I'lubl on 'In lo out 11 ; .
As a Hrst atep toward picMugt out
Mayoralty candidate lor .m ludepumt
cut ticket this fall the Democratic I nlon
repieselltallVes from ivch Assembly ills
irlcl of the city, mei last iiIkIu ai He
Hotel Aslor Mid nanieil a etimmlltee t
consider a candidate to head un ami
Tammany ticket. The commltteo mem
hers Mch-cled were Altrcd H. Cruhli
shunk, Hcnjimlu Meyers. William I
l.ee. tleoiKi: Maun and lirnest llarilr-r
ltoberl Towtisend presided.
After Mr. lluivhr had outlliu.d lb
purituse of the meeting Dr. William 1
Sirovlch, a neighbor of C.ov SuUer, sale
that one of the Uovernor'a plans was i
puss tho woman's suflraae aniendm',ni
Henjamln Franklin had some uo'
thlims to say or eftial stilTraKe. mio
Mr. I.ee. Siiperlntendeni of l:ecraiiiiti
ellloKlied Mayor tlaynor's adnilnl.ni,i
Th" Democratic I'nion claims the
credit of helm; the Hisi politieul oi'min
litatlon to piiL Mayor Crayiuu in imtii
Illation hi ttiti'.i.
Men's and Women's
Exclusive, High Grade
Sheep Skin Ulsters
All at Radical Reductions
PINEST DOMESTIC SVCIiArtfO
extra heavy Shaker wcave-Ju;.
able Four-iii-one Collar extra Jeer
patch pocketsmost excellent athletic
weater gray, whites and
tans. Reduced frum $8.50
IMPORTED SWEATER JACK
ETS: Fancy design -extra high qual
ity with four pockets -can be worn as
...I.. .. . .. .1 ... .... I
waisicoai wiin nilsiness
null. Roducovl from yQ
ANt'.ORA AUTO JACKUTt) I im
heavy adutble turnover collar
very dark (Iravs c- fcC 9rt
duceil from t.0U to yOLJ
MACKINAX'S Much soiighi f'n
pltilJs. flO value
Von Lengerke & Detmold
5100 Fifth Avcnu
rirni ai:m i. hi ii.ihm.