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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913.
GARMODY WILL NOT
HALT SICKLES CASE
I, iiiiinn in; Him to Mold
in Sen ii (p.
si i IK TO II KM' IM'NI)
K, iMii-i'i1 Has Ipc(IvmI '2"t Of
i , of Aid and Itofcrs AM
1 iti - Attinnoy-dcnetnl
taken nci steps tn nullify
v i n'liiii gi.tntcd liy Justice
" case of (!rn. Daniel K
(l"( . lie intend tn (Id Mi, no
.i s, ilctltont made to-night
h until' .
i tin- Si.itc will be in no wii.v
Hi'' various suggestions
' i tlen Sickles of paying
vli1. ii he owes to the StiltP.
t .-!. discussed th" slttin
h lien. Silkies Is Involved
i "r b,s failure to produce
.:; mill of state money en-
M I! Hrnwn. the Ucpuhll
WHERE TO PUT YOUR
Put at least some of your money
where It will be safe no matter
Our Guaranteed First Mortgage
Certificates enable you to do this
with any sum from $200 up.
Interest at 4(ii. net Is payable
every six months on February first
and August first.
You will never have occasion to
worry, as this Company guarantees
absolutely the repayment of your
.Vo Investor has ever tost a dollar
Capital fi Surplus, l).OOO.ooo
176D'wsy.N. Y. 17ARrmtcnSt.,B'kl)m.
350 miton St.. Jamaica.
FOR MORE JUSTICE
.Sn.vs Voters Should F'nss
Slnlufps Annulled by
CHITICISKI) LIKE LINCOLN
f ir Imt Is ii strong ns
i"'cti 1 nnswei. "Vc, have n them
""" P fs ft It " No minimi has mr
o clsli(,s ,. ,vy ,Wj.VH gl.ld When
you iinni' to tin-, always ".nrry to see .ion
gn, always happy to km to 'ynu, hv'.ik
sorry to leave mi. always cnntinlrri hili'
near o. satisfied to nit liy your sIiIp nnil
IkiIiI .Kuir hand iiml look li.to your fiiie
Kin! hear otn voter, mill above all tn
licar Mm say "I lo kiii." That whs
mirlli mure tn nip than nil the gold In
Those three words said to me now bv
,mmi would bring imp back to life anil
k'Mlth and lump mid lot' I Hi ilnrlliiL-.
! these three blessed words tn hip
llelieves People Should Dpclnre
Whnt Is the Lmv of
I he Lund.
In continuing his argument In CoU
tiri-'.s Wrrl.lii, out to-day, for a "cam
paign for Just Ki. in the courts" Col.
Theodoie Itoosevelt takes thp position
has alwius i that "Industrial legislation hold bv the
courts to In- unconstitutional should 1m
submitted to the people lit the next
election, Jut lis n cnnstltutlnnnl nmend.
tnent w now submitted."
Af'rr referent ea to Hip case of "Sarah
$1,500 FOR A VAN 00YEN,
Second ielnii of I lie flinpniHit rt
snip i'nlnl nlr In llnte :t:t,HNII,5ll,
'I'Iip second session (if llie wile nf the
Chapman art eollceHon, nt llin Anderson
galleries, developed lietter prices, the
honor of llie (op price. II..VK) being; shared
by two artists, Van floyen and Sir Joshua
The Vim (Inyeti, which wn purchased
liy.l .1. Devino, wain largo canvas, called
"Harvest Time "
The Sir Joshua was a merry "Cupid, "
which came from tlm estate of Col. Vivian
of London, Dr. M. A. (loMstoin was the
Ill the afternoon the Ivorv miniatures.
Oriental Hroiies and PorcelaitiM, hrotlffht
n total of I2,3"(t, The paintitiRs of the
evpniiiR footed up to $in.:.3n.:,!i, liringinp
the tntnl for the nale. to date, t.m.RSO.Stl.
The list of the more important falen,
with artist title, putt-haws and price,
II. X ikkI, Slipfp ami faille 111 SubW .
llonry Sctiu'-It t XI 0
Ofors" Murol.ui'l, llnv llr'ln- l.y ItoHit.
f V .M.nllmi, jii.on. . ICH
jijvk1.. i lill.lfMi en iiMni.!"jil llfaih
tiil-. IMMp. K Miami.
. Iic itnrt.. .i h'tel Titiin In
Itereilhl.- rp.'filtition for the i "Rn,n "nri' more nay them fmm your
' a Kpccl.ll . ommllee of I ,'"i,,r' ", , ll,,vr " "f'"11 ,hl''"
and two Atenililytnrii to
p'h imi-t'iiici-.s .siirround
Stale dclli'it and i". port
imiiUI lie en.
'i 'ti rcputi'il Attorney
, 'ii,.it to suspend court pro-
' itvj t" the ci II arrest of
TIip IPwilutlnn wa.s laid
p uitil to-inorniw titter an
in uriiiii; Miijor-t Icneral
n.iiul of a division tn the civil
S. natnr llrown, "!eu. Sickles
l. lie peed of tile ttltation
nnd.-! ir.in-elf liv the l.eis.
ii ,- Hie Koxetnini; body
anil make me liamn
At:aln I ask mjself, "'l are nii suie
Mm Invrd her'" I answeieil because I re
tail tile dellclit 1 .'ila.'i fciinid In KiMnc
nu everythlnc nu dcsli'd in ilnliic an
thliiB Mint would affnid mi pleaMlie. I
Mas lniiilev In kIMiik you aiiythim; I had
than In keeping it mfelf When I kiiip
iih tlllliK tn mt I did not pait with It I
Kiie It tn luysplf because Miti and 1 ere
one Your pleasures m-ie mine. nur
liaiplness was inlne. our mhihus were
Ala.", you cilinnt sax tlie.p ill es to
111" How Vntl seem Utterly Itnl.rfelelit tn
my .urferlns cm scm not tn cue for
I til" p.ilu j on lnlllet upon me oiir cruelt.v
I Is i,u Imiti.v. wM r.l mm titv Irtt .. fur l-lt..
i mote I love miu the mure oll ippel me.
The clo-er I cllne to miu, tin.- more rudih
- ,m "f imiui'X which has been you throw me off from ,m and the fur-
i In- line bv the State has ther you bo away from me I can't be-
ii.-n.icd b him over n lnnc I "''' 'l'1 ' M'"1 '"'"',' I c.innnt believe
t -ir.s witlmut anv compens-a- ' ll',x'' ,1'"f'" M1 ''l,l l " i
. I1, S vc. and in fact I can I '"' " '"'"'
i'ie lb mi.il has expended J1'1" .!'S ""' 1"1-'lVHr matl( "'
.in li s iiriv.ite inns,, lii r.if. ' I'lanche":
wlilcb the State also! ,JU "EV: , .,iKNh?V . T""
.-.ltltlrl . .... C".
, Corn'. IliiiiM'io fo iiiae ti (i tirrj . l.ojn
.lll llalftnte'li, I'nr'Ml: or llillch
I t.nlv II A M, Ve.ir
Vntlnn, S"ll 1.1 fl C A Satelirn . 5:..
N:lt.(. S't-ret y,'ni. I' .4 Knn.l.pi inn
and tlitpp other pult.s , l..mitinnt i,n i, uie. d a Nrixtiimn 3:o
itivolvlns hiininn snfferlns and further I M',"") Vi"nK K'in "" A,,plr
crltlclsm.s of .Me.srs. Horn. Mlllmrn. I t t..ti
Marshall and (luthrle. corporation U.K IZTuttW "''?
jcrs, who. he says, havp inade the his- i e r
tory of these cases prominent, the Col
onel declares ihat "cornorntloii lawver.s
and Chlrfs of the creal cnrnnr.nlnns :!r T'. ."ST"'"' !'"lv ".iv-mUMi . C0
..... .. 1 I'diinini, Humeri renine
Mlilirl, (...relrrnpr; M Ii. H.irn sir,
ItevnnM", I'liplil. Dr. M. A (lolilflrln I.SOA
Van Oriyrn ll.irie.i Time J .1 lievlno ) .100
wjiom thpy ,erve are not men whose
JtulKiiipnl Is of .special value, or of even
averaae value. In selectlnc .IikIkcs."
"It Is the rlKht of thp people." hp
y. "to decide what the stnmUrd of
.social and Industrial .lustlce. f-Ii.i II be.
and It is not the rUlu of a cnull num
ber of well nnanliiK men beloncint; to
one particular class to overtidp that
"I 111 inly ltellve that nil the whole
the vote nf tile people In the.p matters
is far more apt to be right than is the
ote of thl'- small number of men
clue-en from one particular class"
'ol. Itoosevelt iiuntes from lnui:l.is's
reply to Abraham Lincoln's demand
that the Dred Scott decision .should lie
reier.-Pd, and declares that the lan
Silaee of those who denounced Lincoln
eemli!es tlio lanmiase of tluise who
have criticised him, the Colonel, for hit
attitude In the KnMey ami other case.,
tiur ptoposal is fn: the e.r purpose of
aei tins ail danset of an appeal to the
mob the appi al hnli l.liicolu'n oppo
nents futlously accused h.ni of niiikliij.
and whlc'i our oppon"nls accuse o. of
m.iklnc. our proposal t tint In treat
It T. llliv.i-
I'aninni, iionun iitune: order .
PiilvMnr ltna Hinrm .Mr -MclnMrt...
, HUGHES IS ELECTED
! SENATOR IN JERSEY
I PpnuTP.-sivp Deinocrat Chosen lo
I Stieceed Hriffffs Wilson
fr The White line
lladiator Belongs to the Strarnt
1 1 1 1 1 1 M V 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 n n H ' I U M M J
The Greatest Steams Achievement
Tiik'.ton. X. .1.. Jan. -.ludse Will
Llin Mushes of l'Htcr.s,in a pioRt'esslvo
Democrat, was elected 1'nlted States
Senator by hnlh hniic. of the .Ww
Jersey Legislature to-day to succeed
Senator I'r.mk o. Mi-ikss. Ceimbllcnn.
To-moiiow the two houses will meet
In Joint sesion and formally ratify
.Indue Hughes's election.
The sensatlnti of the day came In the
Mouse when Assemblyman Itlchards .f
Atlantic, minority leader of the Itepub
llcans. arose to second the nomination
wl'.rii Mm tnld ill" I li.nl chanced I haw
I . h:iliLf,',l. I r.,l If I11VV, II' M,l,l lu.tl- fllflf i
. .,, ,r .nt. sn i.ir na.s , , iulU , lV ,,, , .,..,,, of , ,,,,, . a , ,
.'.(no In inntl-llMltlons to the-have alwas I n tiuhtful and ( andld i .sl. and deliberate JiidKMlent of tin'
id 'if this amount $'J"U was with I look at thlims tn a illfY. r lit way people th-ms.'les vo that t!ie may
in ! ftnil bv check, which was Irom what nu do. I now ague with you autlnii'.tatnelv decide vh.it h.iil be done
.... t. . . . i.. I that it would lie better for lis to meet as i, ih, ... . u i ... ... i ,..
" it .1 I in 1 in. ii u l'e ,, ... , . , , ' "" -i.v.rti .lei in- i - ., , .. .
... .i... "..i.i . . ..., seldom as popsllile I t.der th iM'iirn-'.lust! ai lu.iiee In whl, h ti... uelr.ne .,f Ml- "riiss. lie said.
1 ' ' ill'' r.inii". iinni. . . ,,. . . - - "
(.stances j, ni win un,ieiian.i inn :u 111'' ill of the people (s concerned
Hiture I (.in ace-id nothlnn fuitliei (lMjj, pr,,s,. u,at ;.,, ,. ..naet
Vntl wd! p.irdiui no wntlui; usie.ul of of the people, the court and the I., g -i,i.
see n you. as I think tt w ,1 l I. -s pa in-, tm e. d.nVr as to whether a Kiven act shall
'ai f ir Inith of us tki nt t.-.lnk tm lie,i,r,, p.nt of the law of the land th'
'.tin... have iitluen. eil me. : ,r the li.u e , pe,,pi,. shall have th" riKht to .say whuh
iot Wli.it I am doUiK I have , onsld. red ,. ,,f their seivants propeilv repte-ents
Well nefore t.lHltl tils s'ep VoUl' kind- ' thetn
tiess ami itiiiiiliii'sj I sinll ,ilji i "tiiem- , ., ... , ., . . .
, , The I nloiiel say that he knows many
.luiiKe- or tin- highest stamp sMiiiiiithiZ"
I with the stand of the lrni;restw
I pirty for social and industrial Justice.
In advocating the amemlmenc to
IR L0NGSTREET REPLIES.
Ileilles IHHllHI s.lt.mi.-f, H,,r Tlinl
lelirrnl (iril .lih for Her.
n'V Jan 2 Incensed bv the
I . Stanton Sn k'.es that Ids fii'ln-r.
' .hip! I". Shklis. litnl seiund til"
i nt oosttnasti't- fiir her at (laities.
d that III ' p.iSMPK tile fl.lt- ill I
itll fur the lieliel.il she was onlv
m a favor and that the innney i
d would onlv bettit MN Wit- 1
- n Mrs llep'tl llltstreet. vvtdinv I
' Conrederate (leneral. to-iilMht nave;
is denial ' i
ere Is ale-oluteiv no truth in the
' nut in. nlc liy Stanton Sickles. It ;
" telllj.tlble Of him to Ml Wll.lt ll
Ills father did not help tti" Kill
,ne h" did not .ven know that l'
' I the laisltlon.
place was Kl"n me dlreit bv
ei.i Hoosevelt and notiodv else liad
c to do with it Ah to this miiiiik
I don't know him, I don't know
Mes.s ward and I don't knnw his
, p. i
I d.i know is that rien. Sickles
' na-hand's best friend iitnnnK all
, . ,e 1 1 "iera s atter the war wits
i' I w,. Iiee.ime one nation aKaln.
' I i.novv is that lie is one of the
- - ' f our .'ountt"
iv York and the nation are nliil
i vtenil h liepiir hand to their
". ! w irrior and If they fall then
-'.r' tie South wl!l not tie o remiss.
I shall not let the criticism of
'let.r me lroni aldliiK the fath-r.
1r, '.it" veterans will HlVe me the
re ' i l-cej. (Jen Sicilies out of Jail."'
f ! Ml- LoIIKetlf, t plea, Cotlf.d-
'r.i-s ,f tlanta aie not inclined
11 il.n s (kits
' T'. inmmauder of the Confederate
CHURCHILL FOR HEAD
OF SCHOOL BOARD"
U'c ate nnt heie to-dav exerclslnif
our i oiisliliitiutial r.Hhts or ulir mmal
rlulit". Tile scleuion of .llldije IdtftlieK
was not of the party, but was made
by one man. The second emancipator
attended to that -possibly the Kteatest
political 1 oss and dictator that evv
Jersey ever saw."
Speaker Taylor nipped shniply for
order, Interruptlnc Mr I'.lebards in his
plain tcfcrenie to (iov Wilson, The
Ulantle Assemblyman luotested: "I
In all the years of the automobile trade in the metropolitan
district, no high powered car ever scored such an instantaneous
The Six Cylinder .Steams-Knight
It is a magnificent machine, embodying every approved
engineering feature, and is easily the greatest achievement of an
organization for seventeen years devoted solely to the manu
facture of motor cars of the finest type. It combines the
highest development of the sleeve valve motor with the sturdy
chassis construction so characteristic of the Stearns product.
The- body designs, the speed and power, flexibility and
simplicity, and the luxurious ease of riding, leave nothing to
Three, four, fi"be, nd se"ben passenger models.
limousine nd Undiulet designs.
I The R
B. Stearns Co. of
Broadway at 57th Street
New York 1
tT.itiit.i ttiii.iiilJitiiiiintTniiiiii iiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiitiffiiiiiitiiiiffiitiiiiiinfiiiiiiiii iiiit
r.lt'ctioii Next Momlax
That Thomas V Chiiiih
It.i.li-il ,,f Kdiu ntinll will be elected ores- I
1. 1 t .V... l,....e.l ..,( M.m.l.v an.l XWmiinutus. Jan In a (1
that with his accession will come a bit;!
change In the method of manaKltiK the
I public schools was the Kctieral opinion . tratlic
I S'ate ( (institutions so as to prov kip 111:1: " ui-uru'iin, out 11 tne snoe
the voteis 111:1 v pas. on the question of ' l,lni "t's ' cannot help
! having annulled statutes become laws vote was then taken, resulting
.Mr Hoosevelt tays: 1,1 " I,,r miKiies and s for HriiiKs.
"I care nothlnt; for the form and 1
k's for the name of the remedy, pro- 1 K lrm I'tnilcr In rUmina.
v Ided that it does m actual fact remedy , i.it-, k lloi e. vtk. Jim s .hul-e v
the abuse" M K.iv anauKli nf Hoc ,,. National fom-
I inlttei man fiMin Aik.ii,-,,". was (,.(,
1 mien Mates enalnr foi the tt 111 n'.
IllK .Vlhl.'h I. e will stlei eed Sein,!,,! I
j X Ibl-kell. who WHS appolnteil t., nil
.. mini. .Inn llrclde. Mj'l '"'m "f Set'iitor J,ff !..,. j
i Moth holes ba luted for t)i,. !,, ,....
ualnsl l A . S'i,.itoi. nut faded to elect. i;v I'ul'.n-
ISidll I "K-'Uree Kites, pv,. t ,,f ;,
I handed down by the Interstate Com-I" " j-ikj.
iiieiie ommlssion to-day tne commis
sion promulgates what is icKarded by
NEW BASIS FOR RAILROAD R 4TES. 1
experts us a new system of mak
rliniiilisiiii Kleelril In Utiu.aa.
:w the future nollcv of th commission ( mtea Mat- mmmuh
I ' 1 1 1 . .. 1 1 1' 1 1 1 1 ij'i. Kirmci linv
lerno.' V I!. Stul.l.s 3, Herirv .Hen 1 ,t
'a Joint meeting of the tn houses to-mot-niw
Thnrnpson will be ft.imallr elected
ni 1 not she n penny tn any such
s ,Ui s was never a friend of the
: . "1. r In war nor peace. The old
,'f (tie South have other mote sa
' 1 n mi their ttni- and llieli
'I'p ll.iriisnu. CeorMia's Assistant
"f State said
' in, mine a 1 .-k 1 tii-'ii t of I'onfeder-
iis 1 1 rr 1 1 . 1 1 1 11 tn N'evv Yot k to f"t
"in nf jail' If he has stolen
' lion pay It hack or suffer like
1 1 1 initial There wee men on
site dutlnK the war who mav
1 uilm mi nur lespect and our
nil lillt Sickles Is not on- nf
ML ST SEND CASH JO S0HMER.
'liei-lrT nj lie ( nil not H-cle
I'lind for lien. Meklra.
senator Tllliann lire Ircled.
( ni 1 .vtlitA, S C. Jan i'S The tlclit
the leeledlm of Senator Benja
TIII111.111 fulled t.i accomplish its
I hts am inn, in the House
, mlti Ii
Toi'KKA. Kan. Jan ; --la .. iiielim.
vesierdav. He has typllled the prosre.- Iiik ran s wtiicii may nave an miporiant '"'i v munt to.,ia; the i;ni.as Semti-
.t. e ter,,et ,oL- the memheis nf the I i.-arinw on cases pcnuiiiK ami may tore- . . u....,,.,.,.. ,,,, , ,r , ,,,,,
... . ..I.. ...... 1... Mn...i. I
oo.liu since ins niT'iii"""'" ".' , ., .i...!,,,.,. ..
Cay nor on June 1."), 1H11. 1 pi m eediiiK ai:uiiist the Louisville 11 ml
When seen d! the Hoard of Kdiicatinn Xasbville llallroail Shippers charged
Uulldlnir Mr. Churchill would neither that pioposed iik reuses in the tates on
alllim nor deny the possihllity of his. 'l ''"'" wor- unreasonable and
election a- president, lie was a candi- ""i,1,, ,, N ,,,,. rtf ,.,,..,
date last year aua!nst Iertnn I.. In- , ,,,,,,1,0,1 nf d.-tei mlnlttK inst of trans
tlirop, Jr. the present head of the portatlnn, which, it Is said, consists in
board, who received forty votes to Mr. usslKnliiK the insts of an entire system ebcte.l Tillman for the foiitth micccsMvc
ChurchlM s twenty-two. This year, it Is ' the several divisions thereof and t. me, and the juron w :i 1... latifled to
il Me I 'In 1 1 'till! l.l'iv eel thlrtv- then di vlill ni; t he pa sseiiKer n tid ftclKlit , moil uvv by tile Joint as.emhlv
said. Mr. huichlll may ket thirty - ( s,,M.aU,): . ,.,,, of nn . ,
elitht 01 forty Mites. ink' tertnln (ommodltles as dlstiiiKUlshed shriipanl Win In Trim.
Mr. Clnirchill has held that tlire are 1 f,,,,,, 011, Vf commodities. rnri.v. Tun., Jan Kdltnr It M
ceitln lines alom; which an improve-1 eubstance the commlsslnn In Its Johnson,' appointed tn" till 'the v.nanos
ment In the manaitntnent nf the schools , decision holds that ,,t present earners caused hy United StUes Senator ltailey'.s
could be made. It lias been Intimated ,,n ,. ,,e vviiuii; method of flilllk' rates ' resinnatlnn. was defeat. ,1 to-day fLr th-
that he ooked on the authority or i lty .l.v nllnttinit ( f senile and that 1 """. '" " -""ins .-sneppaKi in a luitot
Superintendent Maxwell over the entire 1 they Include items which should not
system as too arbitrary, and while he 1 p,. taken Into 1 onslileratlon In flxlnt:
would not say so last nlsht he nald that specific Kites in (Kins specific rates
if siuh a power did exist anywhere In the commission holds, only the cost of
the system ,t should be rut bed. fuel, wanes of (lews and repairs to loco-
Above .ill .Mr Churchill wanted It un- motive and cars should he taken into
derstood that thele was no personal I consideration, this belnk' about 10 perJU'illN. Dciikk tatlc candidate foi I'nited
strife between him and I tie. City Super- cent, and the remaining iO per cent. s,'ites Senator. Kt 1ST votes In the I.eK.
intendent. "The ca,-e Is io sacred for made up chicly of salaries of general Znl Ullv
net v Jealousies" he said, "and I am i of fliers and way and structure nccotint, ti I'mcressive "1 Trnn.i ,,iJ
IlnrhurRer has told all those wornK for the best kooi! of the chll- sliould be eliminated. 1 weie scattered. It lequlies :'n3 vote, to
dren. It does not matter who Is at th I The Importance or tins nmunK Is that elect.
head of the lloatd nf Kdticatlon as long If followed by the commission It will
as the neiessary reforms are achieved, result In every commodity belli . Wurrru I llrrlrelrd.
handled upon lis own merits as n i'iiktknnk. Yvo.. Jan. IS. Fianeis k.
$100,000 AS STARTER
l!iiilists Must Kaise hy April I
NJ.HMmn to (Set
ONE PER CENT PER MONTH
UPON PLEDGE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
John I' Itocliefeller sent wold ye. '
let-day to the American ltaptlst Home
Mlslon Society In Twenty-sixth strteti
thai he would Hive tlOO.ntlO to j three1
million ilnMai caninli.'ii committee If I
by Apt.! 1 next ( ei'tain conditions, were
complied with. A leply was sent th.i
every possible effort would be made to
m.et the ldltlons. The sender of the I
leply was I 'I of. Shaller Matthews, j
chaiiman of the committee. As the time 1
THE PROVIDENT LOAN
l ourtli AviMiit? cor. J5th street
nidrulgo Street cor. Hivin;ion Street
Scventli Ae. b?t lh ami 4'th St.
l.exiliKtOll Ae. vor. U4tll Sticet
(irand Street cor. f ".Imt on Street
l-ast 72tl St.. het. LeMiiBton & Mi Avs.
Iiat Houston St.. cor. l:seSt.
SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
Cou.rtl.indt A .of. lisili Street
(iraliam Avtnue cor. Debcvoise St
I'ltUtn A'.eiitie cur. lo.k.iva Ave.
One-lialf per cent. (Vri cliarsed
jpon loans repaid within two week's
rorn date oi mal.1117.
$5,000 IF YOU MAKE
NORRIS BILL CLEAR
Jfier.es.il Ickcshiim and the l!l'.i.".:ll.in
love iinieii', fo .owiih; the sun iiioupht
n May by i he Attornev lleneral HB.iln."''
the holdels of valor.zed coffee In thl
'country, as a violation of the Shrrmiin
'.nl. The coffee was sold to seventv
, elht buyers In twenty states at uniform
prices and londltlons
,s short for the Haptlsts of the whole Sielfkt'll KeiteWS Offer ff Altv! M'- Slacken said he would lalk n
1 .1. .tr.lt hi .,(11, ,. il.lu M.r.i'Mtn .ilirtnt
riltlei'StHlldltltle III- "Ii'.h mission abroad. He left hern twcii-
iy-llve days aRo by the .North (ie-inan
cat by the two hotii.es separately Shi
paid was alo elected for the lotiK term
Mollis Keeps Ills l.rHil.
CoNfoitn. .V. II., Jan. 2 Hiniv
offered monev to help Oen.
I I. Snkles to send their cherks
P (roller Sohnier In Albany.
' M ei iff said that he had about
' live offers of help yesterday
i s ((.undent that the J2D.O0U
. to release the veteran from
' itm of the State would b raised
IV ('( l(S
-al men have offered checks for
' Sheriff said, nthers have been
' nil amntiK persons who could
. 'tnil tn kIvc milch but whose
i ed offerings make a respectable
nnic been astonlalied, however."
f." Sherilf, "to find that not a
nm has come forward with an
f a substantial sum, such a
' r something like that. J urn
'n Sickles was quoted yester.
saving that his father threat-
kill himself In case he was
l on n criminal chars of mis
i Matinii of funds.
t 'ii Sickles cave nut two letter,
'.is'it which ho took from a safe-
- vault. He said that the. first
addiessed to "Dear Ulanche," wuh
ii in his father to a well known
i Here Is thn letter:
i wiiiler J feel It strange that I
e ivrltltu: tn you receiving no
" i in- from you' Yes, It Is unlike
' ' win know I am a promt man
in I help t -I can't help It I can't
"i up Can't believe your nature.
haiiccd that you are so different
"c woman I have loved for so many
' d tlinimht I knew sn well, Am I
I' Can It be true I have never
miu" Have all Hie love and fMllh
mUK'" Have your professions nf
o me been all false?
'Hint believe It- will nnt believe It.
litteis displease you why don't
i irn tlieui to mo" Why not tell
1 to write to you any more? Then
mlerstHitd you and knnw what to
I ik ra).clf, "Are you eure your love
That Is what I am after. Tlm control
of the Hoard of Kdticatlon over the
schools should be restored and Hie su
perintendents sliould be brought lnt
close touch with the former.
(Oiintry to act, wntd ws at once des-
patthed tn Haptist leadets In many I
Mr. Itoik. feller Is anxious, as It I
known, that his sifts do nnt sivc othets
olipoi liinlly to unit ulvnm. Ilaptlstsl
who know him sav that he Is Intensely
loyal tn Baptist causes, and would BiM
mote at times wele he well assured that
others would no: therefore Hive less.
Tlie six benevolent Middles nf the
Northern Baptist Convention are cn
:i;ed In the task of btltiKitlK tlie total
( b. nevolence or iiapnsis up 10 .,"(.'
a yeur Last year the tnt.il was l,ot).
!lUt). They do Hot expect to Wise the
total this year, but they mean to work
on the Job and may be raise it to the
hlBher level In live years.
Mr. Uockefeller. cognizant with this
(.anipalwn and Its details and wishing
to induce others to ilve. made Ills con.
dltlons yesurday as follows. If by Apt II
1 Baptists churches and Individual
have ytlven Ili.VOuG more than, they
wave to the same date last year there
will come from the Rockefeller stiotiy:
box KiOJlOM. It by that date the same
sources shall Kivv another $1J.".oiiO the
same stroiik' bus will lit Inn forth un
oilier .-.0.0m. That I", if Baptists will
Hive n total of fUenjiOD over and above
their renul.ir nlfts to April 1 Mr. Huffce
reller will put In $1 i)0,OOU, maklnK a to
ti.1 of iLTiO.OOU toward the 3.U"0.000
Boal. The conditions are hard and fast,
and It was said yestifday there It lit
tle chance of aetlltiK lite time extended.
The Baptists have three lerne focle-
... . !....(. .. ...t.l. t.rifl.1-
ties; The iiome .uisriuut
Herman Sielcken, somutlmes Killed
the coffee kinp, arrived yesterday by th
North Oerman l.loyd liner Kronpilii.fS
sin Cecille. deci.nlnir that he had ac
complished all that lie had expected to
accomplish in his trip to l.ondnn.
where he attended on January Hi a
mectlnir nf the committee charged with
the nunanement of the Sao I'aulo dtrn
alll valorization scheme. Mr. Sielcken
I.lovd liner !cor!;e Washington to at-
tend the meeting of the Valorization
I Committee In London.
WOMEN LOSE IN MINNESOTA.
II Use III tlie finllery a SnlTriiitr I
oled Don ii.
to other freight business done hy a
railroad. In brief, every commodity
must stand on 1U own bottom.
VnwndavM ibe urlncltials are clerlii I The commission Intimates in the do-
rather than schoolmasters nnd have too 1 clslon that the rallrnaen have not made
much to attend to. Take a school with I Improvements with surplus and earn-
snnie ninetv classes In t. A nrlncl- ; mgs tnai wonui iciin 10 decrease toe
revenue producer and without reference Warren was leelected t'nlted States Sena-1 'luartcrs liert , in i ",'... ,
tor at noon to-day when the two houf cs I 'i" uie i uuii -
nf the l.ei-ll.'ltlire vn(e,l In e,.-,.v.(.. I Tbev baVe lllSO three Smaller SOClClleS.
slim. Waireti leceived Sit, votes In "tlie I All six share In the ItocUefeller offer.
limine and id in tne Senate.
rj.il cannot supervise the workings of a
school of that size as he ought. Courses
of study should be revised on the prac
tical rather than the theoretical plan
and the systems In the school should
be more clastic The same sort of
studies that will do on lllverslde Drlvn
will not do for the K.ist Side, Olrls
of the Mast Side should be tauglit thn
practical tu ts, such us cooking, nnd the
scope of manual training, for the Isiya
should be broadened so that they will
be lietter fitted to earn their living.
"Individuality iimnnK the teachers
should havn encouragement, nnd their
cooperation with tlio members of the
board should bn urged. The board of
examiners, sliould bo mudn less pedantic
and they should see Hint their ques
tloni have a mote definite bearing on
things of a practical nature. Moreover,
I am for a square deal for liotli teachers
and pupils as well ns straightforward
dealings with the Hoard of Kstlmnte
In regard to thn ttso of tlm school
About a year ago Mr. Churchill criti
cised some nt the present forms of
education as conducted under City Sup
erintendent Maxwell, At that time he
bad few followers among the memheis
of the hoard, but It Is said that within
tlio past year ninny have, swung over
to the more progressive methods ad-
cost of operation, nnd that with the
constant Increase In wages and no ef
fort by the carriers to Improve the effi
ciency over the line on which the traffic
is moved the Inevitable result Is an
Increase In the cost of movement.
"If the carrier," says the commission,
"for reasons of Its own does not sen
proper to make the character of Im
provements that will reduce the cost
of operation, It hardly lies with It then
to claim that It may raise the rates be
cause the cost approaches or overtnkes
rn Weilcn neelerta Pall,
Santa Pb, New Mexiro, Jan '.'S
I'nited States Senator A. II. Fall was tc
elected by the two houtes of the New
Mexico Legislature in separate session
SARANAC LAKE PAGEANT.
HAMMERSTEIN ALT) IS HERE.
Cnlnli the Stasrr Manager, on "Flail
nfu" Vlnlt, He Say.,
Jncque Colni, fotmerly stage manager
for Oscar Hainmersteln at the .Manhattan
Opeis, House and terently stage manager
al Mr. llaliunerstein'H London oera house,
arrived on the Krniiprlnessiii t'ecilie
yesterday. Immediately the rumor stalled
that he was to assist .Mr. Ilammersteln in
the Americau presentation or opera in Ihig
Midi. Last night Mr. Coin! was at thn Casino
Theatre with William llamnierstoin. 'Dm
latter said that .Mr. Coinl was heie on busi
ness, that any one could diaw such deduc
tions as he chose and that there might be a
statement In a few days. Mr. Colni went
back of the stage to sen .Mile. Trnntlnl.
I ley ond remarking that his business might
take him inland he suid uothlng its to lata
VeiT Vnrkem nnd Other Depict the
Sar.vnac Lvkb. Jan. 2S. Among the
seveinl thousand visitors here for the
midwinter cainlinl are a number nf New
Voikers. To-day forty men nnd women
appenrcd In a pageant of the Balkan war
Among tlio.se wlio iippaaird In costume
were (.'apt. Begluald 11 ray of the Lnnlisli
army, as the Turkish stamtnrrf brurcr.
Dr. J. L. Nichols us the KiiJtmi and Mrs.
W. B, Trowbridge, Miss Caiollnn K. Lee,
Miss fiorothy Html. Miss lillen Taylor,
Miss Virginia Lisle, William Nolan,
Frederick Chatlleld and W, B, Trowbridge
as Tuiklsh refuge's. Alficd May as the
llulpar Ktug, A, !, Molr ns the (7irefc
Kiiip, Fllllott Lee as King of Mnntcnrpro,
and Irving Laroni as A'fiifl o thr Serb.
All weie mounted and the kings had
u aides- Dr. Chauncry W. Norton, Charles
Meyer, Bciiiuii Man In and Carl Bakei.
A float, "The Allied Nations," had as oc
cupants In costume. Mrs. Alfred Macy,
Mis, Joseph loiigwnith Nichols, Mis
Alfred Burrlrtge. Mrs. Albert Totter, .Mis,
Charles Mrlci, Mrs. Ketdlnand liiiggan,
i!.,aistu lmvc led almost nil others in
unifying their bmevolent business, nnd
In tills advance the wishes of the
Uoekefellcrs. father and son. have been
followed. Speaking yesterday of the
offer I'rof. Matthews, the chairman,
said: , ,
"Our committee Interprets this gift
of Mr. Uockefeller not ns n mere debt
raising expedient, hut ns an Incentive
to raise the baseline of Baptists' giving
toward the 3,000,000 a year gotel. Bap
tists now stand face to face with one of
thosn great opportunities which they
have repeatedly met In the past. Wo
must as Baptists make our contribution
to tlio progress, of the Clospel and the
transformation of tho social order."
Tlio fiscal year of the Baptist socle,
ties ends on April 1, and this Is why
the limit i placed on that date. It was
said by Baptists yesterday that the
Itocliefeller conditions will be met.
Wheels wero started nt once all over
the country to that end.
NEW JERSEY NOTES,
Orflelals of the Bayonne Water Depart
ment yesterday began to shut off the city
water supply from buildings whein the
water taxes had not been paid In several
yeniu. About 1160,000 Is In arrears.
A letter of Introduction to Hudson
Muvlm wns Hie means nf lrlentlfvlnir the
Margaret Baldwin, Miss Hutu Ciil-'bodv of Lloyd L. 11c Torcst, who was
roll, Randolph Hdgar, Charlra 8, Palmer, 1 killed near the Lackawanna station at
Hilts mompjon una Lrean raimcr. jMorruwwn Monaay tugau
in curled air un
Si Pvi i Jan "s Itv vote of n o i'i
llie Mllilie.-nla Senate till- allcnionn r.
jecied the bill luopnsing a intistitutioii.il
, amendment giv ni:r otaen ilie right to vole
' During ilti -k Ii Senator llacknev
. - . I . Ii. .. .. .. l,L. I., r , ... .
said that the interviews wllh him pub- , ,,. , th,, gall-'v r ti wa discon-'
llshed simultaneously In this country I "lined v. hen .-"i.i i Mill. van nuide i
no on I hnr -lie ellllerv lie cleared ,1 Mil
and Kngland were substantially correct. , disturb uio
lie uau sain men iiuii .viiuiiiey icu
eral Wlikersham was wrong when he
said that the exclusion from the mar
ket nf v alotizjtlou sto;k belonging to
Sao IMuln had caused a rise In this
country of the price of coffee. The opln
Ion of the Attorney Oeneral. Mr. Sic -iken
declared, was d.ie to one-sided In
formation. The weather alone was re
sponsible for the rise on the price nnd
legislation could not affect that.
Mr. Sielcken said It was true that he
had offered $.1,000 to any Jurist, legal
authority or plain lawyer who wonld
Interpret the Norrls bill so that all mer
chants might understand Its real mean
ing. He said he could not understand
It himself and that It seemed to mean
Hint merchants nf this country might
Import all sorts of things and sell them
to consumers at or below cost, or even
at a profit; but that no merchant had
the right to More merchandise nnd hold
It for tin advance, if he did thl? he was
liable to line or Imprisonment, or both.
It was announced In the middle of this
month that the selling nf 931,000 bags of '
coffee stored In New York tinder the j
terms nf the valorization scheme had
put an end to the so-called coffee trust.
The sale was a result. It was said, of a I
friendly agreement between Attorney .
wilhonl the word
AIIT NAI.KS AMI r.XIIHIirilH.
Stops Tobacco Habit .j
in One Day
Sanitarium Publishes Free Book Show,
ins How Tobacco Habit Can lie
Banished in From One to
Fire Days at Home.
The Ciders Sanitarium, located at I (ids
Main St , St. Joseph. Mo., ban published
n free book showing the deadly efleet of the
tobacco linliit, and how II can be banished
in from one to live days at home.
Men who have used tobacco for moie
than fifty years have tried this method
and say It Is entirely huccehfiil, and In
addition tn banishing the desire tor to
bacco has improved their health wonder
folic i his method banishes the desire
for tobacco, no matter whether it Is smok
ing, chewing, cigarettes or smiu dipping.
An this book Is being distributed free. ?. u.i.. h. nntrr nf Mr. II. nnll.
anvone wanting a con.v should send their
unit and address at ones.
ON l imUY KVKNIMi
Ian. III. at 8:15 o'clock e
Silo's Fifth Ave.
Ml rltlh Ave.
1,3 ami West IMh .St.
Ml. Jsmrs P. Silo. Auetliinccr
will sell by nidrr of
'the ."n(i Nerurllles In,
A Collection of
Rare and Choice Books
Including the libraries nf Mls 0 and
one other. lUhlblllon now on,
S.VTA nfiA Y "A l'TKRNOON
FKH. 1ST, AT :i I'. M
l urs and a Collection nf lllniniind