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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913.
prejudiced nr Unit the American busi
ness iti"ii lni ale Intn I'Mtpil In the
l'liiliiilnn trade have sclilsh motive
f.r m.i.titnitiini: In- prcictit statu cull
upon l iKi-t who nrc now In ( ln Mauds
worklnK fur l he bend)! of the pooplc,
Mil, ni. allci their hjiIi i' mil u. -If ale uml
i king Hu n- lii iiei mill higher i'Uiku '
" sk tin- missionaries of (lie churches,
f iiiiiiii those who arc giving iii their
life I" help III llie tropics til teaching
lellulnn II till lltllc to 111.' 7,00(1,(1110 nf
I . ! l'i ot the mi liljx'lii v: , uml ui will I
ictclw losponse Hint has no sec- I
tnrlilll note In It
"V.m will llllil Unit whether thej be
Pintcstnnts nr i ?n t liollc-?'. Kptsciipallnii", '
Pict-byteiians, Mithodlsls nr HapliMs
niie eire.s.s(iii universal nf nil who'
hnvc hail that lit 1 1 m.i t epet letu c with ,
he people of the Islands that mission
nib's inti-t have Is that the I'lUpIno
people life not e tenth for sclf-gov .
eminent, that he pit-eiit gnvcriinietit
f Ihe ImIu ttil Is doing nil that could
possible, he ilolle to help llielll l. lout; the
ro.nl towar.l self.giiveiiimi.nl
I1 .nlil.il that theie e.nilil tie ll.l
'nlliieiun nmro lrt rnct l ami inure
l i-ouniing to the i in a i 1 nf Chilll.in
pinmoss among Hie people whne guard-
.l'1-t..p I 'ro lll.'ll. e has tlllll.it lll.l 111
III t'n . 11. 1, till. 'Ill nt the 111. ,l:llc
nli h Is now pending In the lliiue of
I', pieietit uives f,.r ,i ihaime In the
l'illlpplne gov erntneiit
I ELLS WHAT HE'LL TEACH.
tie Will - ll.l till,. Men Wlm I
Menu lo He merle, inn,
W -:i VMS .1 ,. . l ,i it, lit,. I ,,f
t1 V .1' III! I. r 1 1 As"ili,lt on tn-nlgh'
' ' 'lit 'I'-il'l -;".!.'' Oh , .liStltl.t'.ill'll
p "illl. lit Mil. I .Igillist III. Willi' of Lull-
f i --
" ileel. licit ttl.il In. eliul.i nf .nltli',i
',"'.l Ml' lil.-t ..-.II. -.tdvei itl' hllle
1 il'.l III tei.l.t vein- "In i,. . uli.i...
' ' ne n.. 1.... i in, nihil .iml
lie ..N .11.' I.I !l..' I- 'll.l-
1 ' "H s .1 nil .. I 11 .in!
' -'Itllllllt' to Him I. ill', ,ir under-
' 'I'l'l ( "I 'lM,.,i;... to til" te.
' I 111" l M. ' I- .. I.. K I 111 11-
450 DINERS CHEER HARBUKC-ER.
Ilokl ill I'riinillicul II. mi 1 1 in l' Mii-rlO
Make it I. il in t noil pcci'lt.
I i"ir lllltKlr.il Htl'l t'fH llllle theeml
i I! . 1 1 j 1 1 1 Ha. I. in mo .it a i..iiiiii..t
.' I'. Mill ,11 . - .Mill l.lll"l of JUtol"
I' lli.l.'l Kill. I,e bocker ,it e".
t '.i- ,.t t.' i i.S" of Itie Sllel llf'l speech
i t nihil I tie win!, of hi- nlTn
t'i ' art Mr ll.ll l. ;i get .'ni.i
Til. Sheriff. nirire liai at eutllpll-heil
tl . Ii l... oil , i nut ;i gr.l-pllii:,
n .. r i. fin- .1. spoiling, nn.ttl.i.l ciew,
I' ' .1 Illltil.llllzi1l V. Il'.l" ll'.llle.l ill
B.ll.l. .III. !! of lint. W lio.l. led Moi.ll
InatK ,n iiniM.ii t.. ii..i mu'iMtid .in. I
inn ah. ait a urn . i inn. 'i.i:, I -tite nf
nfians .i pe.u ' .ftl.'e!" tllutull- .t..
ceding.- ni'. things tie p.i ft
I Ist'.ppllli: all, l , hlstle -.'lit ilnelits.
b.-tlling up nil' 1 1 H t I. ..nil. thr.iw-lK. lint
lu el.-.l. t-. 1 1 I . l;. . . nil'lirt. I'm tit., lii-t'.i'i"!!-
iiioi'i'ltir..'in ..f r Milntinmm
ti tid.-ti.i. - .mil r..itlllile- Is a part of
our ilatlv noil,, TillmiriMl". loud
r.niitlie.1. grnss, .,iliv ..u ' u.ilt.'ioui pel -
otif. w linn. t"'itlf r.ni .ri ''..'in e I not
wanted In this euuiitv. h.ive 1 n trlvi'ii
Oil.' noil.'. to that eff. 't l. the lilts of
H peace l.tfli'er. i) h Wall. I of AW.
thorliv nail the help f l.r.i" men.
niine.t with i . 'i.al itie t.olver.i ami
the arm of the law will ilrle them
fai'tori Into nmoi.i nf hrl'iiMmie
'lll'-re their tnntit hlimi will lime eve!
Instltic rest '
The Sli'tirf at on a r.iiseil ilali with
AiKUMii ThmiiaM. Itoheit Ii.ivln, Ki an -r
. Hut. hins an.l II.. Ii.. 1'iaii. iK .1
Milllvan. all of wli.iiii .il.-u s,nl;e.
llH.tlU the illhetH w. i" ,i Hi" JuilK.?
of the Siipreine Court anil the iltj ,
eourts. John . Ar.'hl.ntil. Charles f.
Murptn. l'olii'e Cniiiiniloii.'r Waliln,
I'VHi Isnniti. Ite Henrh. f. inner rire
CoMiinhssloner I.Mwanl K CroKer. l'ratik
.1 I'alrell. It X llelntnteiiil. tU'illlellt
f the (Hants ImiiIiI .; Ilenl, I,it
lull., rt. Thoiiins r Mtiitti. Merietar 1
i f Tatninaiiy Mall, ami Crank K. Slur- '
l the elne of the liamtu.'t each Cllesl '
cm in sniixenirx a l,nl s .m k"thonk
finrl a snf.'tv rar.or
PRAISES AMERICAN DOCTORS,
,1ml lee lllililell (Iimki nt lliiiinr in
i hi. r .lustl.-e William It P.l.l.l.U of
thl H'Cll Cnlllt nf riht'itlu w.is the
cm si "f linnnr nt the a. nuat l.inii. I
. ' ti. .Sew oil( Cm., inn lu.it. M.'illi'iil
.-. h.u.l at I l.'ltllnm. n s Inst lilKht Jill-
" Iti.l.l.'ll s.uil that i,,ui;.i i. weil Its
uieat. st ilel.t to the Aniei lean tni illi-al
Th. llit ilnetuis tn Cana.la were
.inerli'iini." salil he 'atnl lor many
Mais ..nr ynunc phyiieians uml sur-t-.M.H
w er. eiliient.'.l In American enl
l. . i We have our own meillcal cnl
l. U's nnw. Inn we still lluil it necessary
t'i semi HtllllelltK tn .Sew York tn take
.iiisef In ynur post-Krailu.ite institii
ti'in The work whleh ynur sellout has
ilnne. In tnv country as well as In
.m.iih. iiinn.it well he estimated "
U illiam I'liurch (ishotn. si.'aklnir on
.sMtii.. ..f Hi.- l'rnl.l"ins That Cnnfrni.i
llnmaniti Tn-ilav, ' Mini that the
nltiitli'itlnn nf the lnoil snjipl.i presents
the most tuessliiK prnhleni with which
we have tn ileal. lie striinuly ailvoratnl
the estal.llshment of markets which
siii.iil.l huy from the prmlurer nml sell
direct tn the CI 11 s 11 II 1 IT
Kraticls Wilson suhl that he was
KI'll'Mll lit lielllK In th" presence of "mi
iniich ineillral eru.lltl.in without hiiv.
Ini; a thltiK the matter with him. lis
iipnlriKleil for hrlnKlnK his vermiform
iippetiillx to the dinner with him.
President James F. McKernon of the
I'nst-iiradiinte Schnul was toustmaster.
Other spenkeiH weie W. Iluurke Cock
ran and Prof. Frank H. Meora of Cornell
MESSAGE JUST, SAYS SULZER.
Cnald (ii Farther In Itrroarka .4bnnt
J'.iehmiKe, lie Aaarrla,
Ai.samv, .Ian. 23. "I could hnve irone
much further in my messaun In state
ments atxiut dishonest trndlnif on thu Stock
Hv- hmiKe," said (ov. Sulzer to-nlfiht In
talking about ttin criticism of the stock
ISM'hanK" directors that his tnessaK wns
"There Is nothing In mv rr.essm-o that
I cannot hack up liy sworn nnd uncon
tested testimony. I nm not vcrv fainlllur
with the 'Hired,' ns It Is called, but 1
know cnoucli to know that I could have
written cewrnl tnterestliii,- thlnus ahout
railroad deals, such as the Louisville unil
Nashville, thu Unci, Jsland, llocklni;
Valley uml others."
(iov. Kulztir experts to meet the com
mitten of tlm New Vork Stock llxehanife
to. morrow Till- Governor suld that when
the legislation he Is piojinrlni; on the
'econinntndatlons In his messaKe Is rad
Mill r-ill a conference of leaders of
the l.i'KMuture, ltcpiihllcans Included, and
see what they think of the hills.
They will he Introduced and a Joint
henrlnl? he called pefore the Senate and
semhlv commltteei, at which the Gov
ernor mvb he wants everybody with an
Idea nhoiit Stoik Ilxchanire reform to he
Justice Strlnerl III,
.Tustlee Steinert was taken 111 nt St
(leorue. Staten Island, yesterday. Iln
was taken to the St. lienrne lintel,
wherfl L)r C. K. Pearson snld thn Ju
tlrn probably would Iih kepi from court
during the rest of the week.
With Through Service
To KEY WEST
"A'. Y FLORIDA SPECIAL"
l.. HI..VV SIATIIIN I3I.1H Snnn IUIIi
Through Tralni Dully
with All-Steal Electric
I'nr lllusltalril Iltrmtmr nnil nil Infiniin'lo.i
AiI.iiki ii:o. ii. i: kiiii. :. i:, p. 4,,
I 'J IN HriiAilway, Nra lurk
COLBY MAY MAKE DP
KsM' on 11 f I'l'OiriVivps flwe
s.'i.tMMl mid tspoii si liil i t
Is in Ddllhl.
If the ."..UUU of llehti of llli- 1 1. 111
llllttee of the I 'I OKI !!. le p.lllv ,11 Ki
M'. tl lit New .lel.ii. Illl'lllleil 111
the l,i.i . a in I ..lie tl ale tint pnlil Pv II. 'M
S.iiiinlav. the ireilitniM will Print: sun
In lollei't Hi. 111 The uiumii.itiim ilnen
iml one ill.in the lall.lll of Ihe i lallils
l.ut Ihe leailel's al" 11 Inn In tluum
out who 11 i.'i..niihle lor them Some
of the i'ieillioi.1 will )Kiii mi iietion
iiHiiiihI e. Suite Senator i:erell t'olliy.
. Illl Irillll 11 of th" eei Ull" I'llllimlttee nt
ihe tm ii t i oiillintlee Mi l II iy r-. 1 1. 1
I IllIM' lil'l'IM'll ,1 letter flolll one
..f in ir i mlitiin. sinlns that he pto-
pos. il In sue lite petnolialh for the J 'lits
nf the I'l'nttt'essK umy committee
I was chairman of the executive coin-
ill, II".' nf the 1 1. umy committee, hill
i a mailer nf fact the es.vutive mm.
tultt.e hinl nnthinu to iln with the III. III
.mement .f the lampalmi. anil I p.'i-.-.inalli
K.nl untl.liii; to iln with ni.iUnicr
ill. the IiiuIk.'i or .ontiaetine the ilel.ti
Tlleli' ii i llinll.'! eemi'llt li to Who ,i
urn i,ilp. ii'spi.nsilile Thl.i I iln nut cue
to ill.nuii I haw toM our ireillt.us
tl.e shoiilil PrliiK s'ut, .mil If I am
fonnil to P.. l.'sulh li:li.e will pjv
the ilel.ts of Ihe lominlttee at once."
Mr i,..l.. contl il.ule.l $:..(HI0 tn the
ampaiuu Min t emit ril.ulnis were
William l.llnwes Moruan l-ianl. I.
Duvet ami I Mm ii ml I! wlinrne Ks
ln I'latililin .1 C it ami Irvlm; K
T.iiloi. the coiiutv chairman L-ave lll
etallv In the i;..sivelt prlnui t nn.l
eleclinn i atu.ait;iis
Mr O.ihnrne was a . an. Pilate for As
ellilily on the I'limrcssive tlrket lie
ii n ineinPer of the loiinly executive
I'omnilttee an.l ttave as nitii Ii in the
i otinty as the corrupt' practiced law
allow i The courts may he asked
whether nr nnt the law stantls in the
wa nf linn Kivlni; mole to make up the
WOMAN DEFENDS RED FLAG.
ti'llesle, l'rnfeiir u,s It 'I',, pi
ties 1 1 II lllll II 1 1 mill Pence,
ItosToN. .Ian 'i Winds of Wrttn.nk'
Hti.l f .1m." r.'uil.al inn tl. iv ,il...iit IhN
. Ii'f.ll. the Pc.sl.ittw comtn.ttee
ni. 1. j.il iffucs al a liearlnu on Hire.'
II. is- 1. Il. .nlende.l t.i i.'KUl.il" th" d.-
.l.lllS .if the Clilte.l States ll.llt .111.1
other t!n Two nf the lull" ,i'e aimed
at th" eehllon of the led ll.ll!
(itie sjieaker for th" t.ttW ili'daied that
this ..nititix has notliiiiK to fern from a
fntelcti fnt. hut tnui h tn fe.ir finiu th
liiu'de eii.'tm, tile Icimi.int f ueUnii and
Ptnf Cll'ti lime" nf Welleslei I'nllepe
wns the Hist la v defender nf the ted
"Theie Is no conflict whatever, she said
"le'tween the Stars and Stripes and the
ted line. Peciiuse ihe all must In time
come In whit the red this standi for.
Th" rid fliii; Is the tlac nf humanity and
111" line nf pem e It Is the link: of jiiocla
11 in 1 1' ni red liecmne we iill hnvc led
hi. .ml In nut wins, hii.I It Is the uii" nf
"Can Mhf sjehuselts, hv supireslntT the
synilHil. suppress the thhiK It stands fur"
There Is an easier way tn deul with
furetcners and that Is tn stand them up
iiKiilnst a wall nnd shnot them dead
Pass thin hill and It will he like other
laws we would he Kind to forget "
WOMEN FIGHT WOMEN PICKETS.
nM In He Wives of (aunrila Too
(alltllil In Ho It Tlleliiael , en.
Women pickets sent by Huslncss AKent
CiiKUt of the Hebrew Variety Actois
Cnlon to r.e street last nlfiht to ills
tribute circulars In red concernliiK the
Hebrew actors' strike were set upon by u
crowd of women and badly tousled up.
Hair was mussed, waist buttons were lost
and faces were scratched.
Cogut said that the womrn In the at
tacklnic partv were wives nf a strong arm
squad hired by the inananers of the Vld.
dish playhouses, The lilt Kunrds, he
explained, were afruld of being criticised
by the public If they luld hands on women
pickets and (caw their wives proxies to
do the slugging
line woman wns nir.sl.-.l and fined i;
WOULD STOP SECRET DIVORCE.
Anthnr of Act That Hanker Mellon
Card Introduces llepenl,
lUrRisnriiu, Pa Jan. 20. -The demand
foi a convention lo icvlse the Stnte Cnn
Btltutlun touk form tu-day in a set of
bills Introduced by John It. K Scott of
Philadelphia In behalf of the lcg..il,itiw
committee of the Hepuhhcau State con
vention. There are to be ICS district dele,
gates nnd fifteen delegates at law.
A prol'sltlon to lepeal the act of 1311
permitting courts to dispense with jury
trials of divorce cases was presented by
John It. K. Scott, author of the act. who
said he objected tn being criticised fur
having Introduced the hill In the interest
of Hanker Andrew W. .Mellon of Pitts
burg, who was seeking a dhoice
UNWRITTEN LAW HER PLEA.
Wife nf Dlallllrr on Trial for Kill
Infr Woman lilvul,
S' a u II VI 1.1 i' 'P.. i.i. tiir. nQ M.u I
tinmen ilr,. ,.r .. fllulllln. l.i,.l i.n ....
' .. ...... in" un
written law Invoked In her defence to-day
lief.lfM 11 "Mllrl i,t C,nlr..IH..
- "' " -,, . "lirii- Hill'
was tried for killing Mrs. Delhi ,ludd
ni milium viuiey last amy
llie trouble niohe over thu nttenlloti that
Mr. Hanien Inul been paying Mis. Judil
llroodlng over this iclatlonshlp. Mis
Bnrnee shot her ilval to deiilh on n pas
scoffer trnln A nln.....n.l.i u,. .....
' ,'.,..-w..4 no.. .14 lull
dead woman was a witness to tho tragedy
iiiei wic Killing inn iiiisliainl guw his
wlfo mote, attention than beforo and em
ployed the best counsel tn defend her The
Jury l out on the cate.
hi Cii.v Cniiititl of Wliilt
Slitx fr . S. J!. London Tells
li.KMi THAKFTCKKKS HKKK
Ami 25.00 Wonieii Support
Tlit'in. Cciimis Show.s I'ollcc
Aid Musters, Is Clinnre.
Samuel II London, a lawyer of KI
I ',i-i Te , who ha been Investigating
he while slave trnfhV 111 this cmintry
and nil nwr the wurlil for the past
even vein, the latter patt uf this time
a innjiiiii tion with the Department of
.luHlce. teitltleil In-fore the Ciirran Al
ilctnmule coniinlttee yeslenl.iy with re
itanl lo the "p.ilnti of contact" he hail
olnerwil between the tl utile and the
S'ew V.irl; police. Mr l.unilon made It
In. mi that his prlmaiy Int.'tesi n.i.l not
l.eeii at nil ciincerneil with the police,
hut that these features lame 111 ii siile
lighti In Ihe main pan nf Ins Invest!
.itluli lie h.ul liifnrin.it lun. hnvvever. about
the payments tlllide py the kcepcls of
llei..U.llile lei .Its fur pullee protl'C
tiun and of withius oilier pliant of the
allcKeil ii'iinci tloli of Itiillv liliial pollie
nieii w.tli the trallic Perhaps the mint
stnn ing hit of testimony given by Mr.
London w.i In the effect that h's in-
estlxaints who were In the emplu) of
Ihe Ueparlnieiu uf .linllce. had follllil
iiiiiner.uii i.i.-is In which when a woman
..f the itteets h id sntiithi lo break away
ft. mi the man in whom she was paying
Mil. ute a p.ilkeiii.iii was called In tn
force her Lai !i into the innirnl uf her
npples.inr and lh.lt "ie pullceinell In
these cues niu.illy did aid In compel
ling the woman toicltun to her bondage
At the beginning of liN wstlmnnv Mr
London said that from ll'il to 100.1 he
had been pi nieciit ing attorney of HI
Paso, Since leaving that olllce he had
i. voted nioit nf h.i Utile to this Investi
gation. He w.ii assisted In financing;
the eatlv (,in uf this work by Individ
ii.i' and sociai organizations, and then
became nllled with the Department of
Justice, which iletn'leil some of Its own
men to aslst him.
In Inii cou:ttr Mr London l.a- ...v
ereil th.. chief cities fium l'nibatik.
Alaska, tn the Canal ..me. ills Inves-
j ligation of New Vol k c .indltlotii began
.on April 1. lfll. and continued tluough
P'll and most of lull'. He maintained
l I An ufllcei 111 New Yolk, one ,lt S.'i N,l.-
t sou s'.rei t and one at the Department of
'Justice ..IT!ce in Ihe Park It-.vv liillnl-
ing. and for a time In- ii.nl ,i third lit
a hotel iii,own.
The particular featute who h nttracted
j lite liniulrv tn New York for so long a
I time was the evidence that the whole
I traffic In America seemed to radiate
I from New York Mr London and I. Is
I assistants made a cud index of every
1 person engaged In ihe traffic In the
' Tinted States of whom they learned.
!. ill hiding the Canal '.one and made a
i census, also iivorde.l In a card Index, of
everv man thev learned wa living on
' il " earnings .f the woni. tt engaged
in the business, finally they made a
! census of Ihe women themselves, so
far as these were employed In what
Mr London terms "commercialized
vice." in which men are profiting from
the earnings of the women. His Inves
tigation disregarded all women engaged
in the buslnc-s who do not give their
' earnings, or a pari of them, tn men.
I As an example nf the completeness, of
I his recoids. Mr. London said. In reply
. I., a question by Kmory It Huckner,
! chlif counsel for the committee.
! that he had hail three of the four
I gunmen now under conviction of
murder In the llrst degree in con
i nectlon with the murder of Herman
I liosenihal In his card Index for four
I wars. The fourth ninn, of whom Mr.
London tub! lie had not heard In con
nection with the traffic, was Dago
Shaping his testimony by the ques.
tloni of Mr. Huckner. the Investigator
said that Ills Index contained the names
of nearly il.lOO men In Greater New
York who were living on the Illicit
earnings of women. Mr. Loudon and
his men Hated nbont 2C.0(n) women whu
were turning over their earnings to
Mr. Huckner asked if at nny time In
his Investigation In New York the wit
neis had discovered points of contact
between the Police Department and the
subject matter of his Investigation. Mr.
London said he had, hut amended the
question to read "Individual members"
of the Police Department rather than
the department as a whole.
"I found the Individual policemen In
many cases were taking special Interest
In thes,. men," he went on. "These
policemen, usually uniformed men, al
though men not In uniform also were
met with occasionally, would Intervene
between the tialllcker and the women
under his authority whenever the
woman became obstreperous nnd tried
to get out from under his domination,
nnd that In these cases the policemen
would assist the man to keep the
woman In his control."
Alderman Howling, lender of tp,. Tnni
many minority. Interrupted the test!
mony lo iisl; the witness If he ever
had iciortcil these things to the Mayor
or to the Police Commissioner. Mr. Lon
don sal. I he had not, hut had reported
certain cases to Assistant District At
torney James Hronson Reynolds. Mr.
Duwllng then nskeil a number of qnes-
I lions whether Mr. London hail material
In back up u prosecution nf the police
men mentioned In his reports. Tie
witness snld he had not -that he had
not been Interested In that part of the
work and that tho police entered Into
his inquiry merely Incidentally.
"In HM'J, ns a general proposition,"
Mr. Huckner continued the c.Nnmlimtliin,
"did you llnd there, was a persistent
and ditermlned effort on the part of the
police to enforce Ihe laws agal. st ques
tlonnhlo resorts ami the business re
lated to them'.'"
"As a general proposition 1 should pay
there was not nucli an effort," the wit
ness icplled, "because admission to
resorts, of this diameter wan of a very
promiscuous sort. If there was such n
persistent effort I was. 'nimble to nee
Asked about money transactions 1m
tween the police anfl the traffic Mr.
London said that the proprietors of cer
tain cafes, headquarters for persons en
gaged In thn business nnd patronized
almost solely by them, tohl his men
that they paid from $100 to Jiuri u
month protctlon money to the police,
Thoso enfes, he said, were scattered
I along Hlvlngton, Grnnit, Delancey nnd
I other HtrcrtH In tho lower Mast Hide,
I Fourteenth street and a far north as
On Wet Streets
They Do pre -vent
and you don't
have to bother
the dlsttlct about lK.th street and
Lenox nvetitie Altogether Mr. London's
card Index shows llfty-nne of these
cafes In New York.
Willi legaid to i sort of a more
oppiuent Illicit chnrucler, where
women longreg.iie, Mr. London said
that he sought to have his men enter
only tlnno where the Unfile was "com
iiieicl.ill.eil." according to the il. llnilloii
Upon Which the Depatttllelll of Justice
and his own iiii.iiliy based its work
the pat llclpatlon of men In the pro
reeds of the traffic Altogether Ills men
got lllln niilv 10.1 nf these icsnrls, he
said, scattered frnm furthest downtown
to li'.llh stiiel. fit tiers which they
tried tn get Into refused them admis
sion nnd others "doubtless we did not
know of." Mr. Loudon lidded
"111 all the Investigation." Mr Lon
don said, ' I never heard the question
of paying police ptotectlon money com
bated or denied. It simply went with
out saying that one couldn't open a ic--urt
w Ithiiut paying those who could
make tumble for him "
On the question of police testimony
In court Mr. London said that on one
occasion he was told that word had
been tecelveil In a cafe on fourteenth
street or Second avenue he didn't re
call the cafe at the moment- that a cer
tain woman had been arrested, but
that things hnd been "fixed" for her.
and there would be no conviction. When
she was arraigned In night court, ac
cording lo this advance notice to the
underworld, the policeman who had ar
rested her would be unable to state
positiv. el;, whether It wns the woman or
the man with whom the policeman hnd
seen her speaking who had done the
"Did II happen as planned "" Mr.Uuck
' It did," Icplled the wltnoss.
' Is It possible that New York Is the
only place where police graft is col
lected?" Mr. Huckner asked.
"No, I think there's a wnrpe place
than New York." Mr. London replied.
"I believe Chicago has the record for
graft I consider the situation there
much worse than In New York "
In reply to the questlnn. "Have you
evrr seen anything to lieat Chicago lu
this respect-.'' Mr London replied, "1
The witness said that his observation
had been that police graft was reduced
to a minimum almost negligible in most
cities wbete segregation had been In
augurated Chicago was an exception
to tills but he named Portland, Seattle
Spokane, Tacotna, Denver, Salt Lnke
Cltj, Fort Worth, Houston, Dallas and
several other cities where he had made
investigations us backing up Ills theory.
He added that many of his friends and
associates disagreed with him as to the
value of segregation. From his own
viewpoint, however, he said he had
never known of n case where segrega
tion Increased the social evil, anil that
It certainly did tend ti decrease police
graft. It would even decrease the evil
to the extent that young girls of 1,1
years and up, many of whom are on
the streets without the knowledge of
their families or friends, would not go
Into n segregated district because
knowledge of what they were doing
would reach those from whom they
were trying to hide their oi-nupatlon.
The first part of the session of the Al
dermanlc committee yesterday was de
voted to an Inquiry Into the abseece
from the rogues' gallery of such widely
known convicted defendants ns Lieut.
Charles Decker, ex-City ChamberlHln
Chartes II. Hyde. William J. Cummins ot
Carnegie Trust connections, nnd Joseph
Ii, ItelchtiiJiin. former president of the
Carnegie Trust Company. Inspector
Joseph Kutirot, who had testltled last
week, was recalled a the first witness.
So far as Lieut, Decker Is concerned,
the Inspector said, it was not thn prac
tice to take photographs or other rec
ords of prisoners sentenced to death, as
It would only clutter up the flies with
Hyde, Cummins, Helciimann nnd
iVKellly, Inspector Kiiurot said, had not
been photographed merely because tho
Sheriff had not brought them to Police
Headquarters after their conviction.
The responsibility for Hyde, Cummins,
Itelchmanii and o'Keltly not being lu
the gallery having been passd by In
spector Faurot to tho Sheriff, Sheriff
Julius Harburger took the stand and
said that he didn't know who hud ne
glected this part nf his duty, hut that
he would find nut uml would make
everybody to blame for It resign.
The committee adjourned until i
o'clock this afternoon.
SCHIEREN'S GIFT TO SEMINARY.
nntloua l.ntlirrnn Professorship,
Which t'hnrlea .lacuna I'llla,
Kurmer Mo)ar Cluules A, Schlcien uf
Iliooklytt has made a gift of If.n.ooi) lu
the Lutheran Thenlnglcal Scmlnatv at
Mount Airy, Philadelphia, MO.don nf which
Is tn endow it professorship mid flil.uoo
to provide a residence for the Incumbent
The annoiiiiceiiietit of the gift was made
at a meeting of thn Lutheiaii Suod of
New York and New Hngland nnd I'nif.
Chillies Jacobs of Alleulown, Pa was
unanimously chosen to nil itie chair en
diiwi'd by Mr. Schlcien,
Prof, Jncobs Is a teacher In Muhlenberg
College at Alleulown, and is widely known
as a lecturer and author He was grad
uated from tho University of Pennsylvania
und studied at J'lpslc 1,'nlverslty,
Sally tiiirdun la .iivt .Sunt (iiiriloii,
Snlly Oordon got permission from Su
preme Court Justice tlreenhnum es
terday to change his name to Saul iJor
don because "the name Snlly has fre
fluently been mistaken for thst of a
femnle and has caused your petitioner
SULZER WON'T BEND
TO HEARST DEMANDS
Will Do Xotliiiiii' In Ititei'lYiv
Willi SuImyii.v Ciinti'iii'ls I5r
l'nn I'Vlinini'v :i.
MAKHS FORMAL IMiKlHil)
(Sovri'iior Will Kopp Willrox in
Office 'I'll is Wcpk nnd I't-r-luips
At.lUXV. .1.111. 211.- -Tile question uf
whether tiuv. Sulzer Is to have the Miii
port or the hostility of Mr. Hearst ns a
leslllt nf the subway conttact question
now rests entirely with Mr. Hearst. (Sow
Stilzcr to-day daily nnd apparently ih fi
nitely declined first to name a successor
to Mr. Wlllcox this week and second to
name a Hearst man nt nil. In a word,
he has met the Hearst demands with a
Mat and complete defiance.
The (lovernor has been some lime In
deciding tu go to the extreme limit In
linking his hitherto fileudly relations
with Mr Hearst. Hl anxiety In recent
days has been very real, lie has listened
with frank Intel est and concern to nil
that tho various messengers from Mr.
Ilenrst have had In say to him. Hut he
has also listened to the advice of his
party leaders nnd of various citizens of
New Yolk. To-day his mind Is made up
and he ilemonstrnted this by discussing
the whole question with complete frank
ness for the llrst time and disclosing
his decision to keep Wllli'ii In office
this week and perhaps ne.xl,
When thn Governor does make his
appointment It Is now the gene.ral be
lief of the politicians that he will name
a Democrat who, while not closely con
nected with Tammany, Ih wholly satls
fnctoiy to Murphy. It Is definitely un
derstood that he will not nnme a Hearst
man or in any wny bend to the Hearst
demands save that he has dropped the
man selected b the organization In ad
vance and determined to name n man
more generally known. Apnrt from this
minor qualification his position Is plainly
precisely what it would have been with
out the Hearst eruption Into the subway
sltiintlun, and the defeat of Mr. Hearst
The ilovernor's statement of his pur
pose lu the Wlllcox matter was made
In the course of a long discussion of the
subway situation this morning and in
response to arlous qtlrsttuns. Tho most
notli cable thing nbout the whole Inter
view was that throughout he s.poko with
a tone of complete decision which his
recent Interviews on the subject have
not disclosed, and Instead of the familiar
"I shall not cross Hint bridge until I
coiiio to it" answered the leading ques
Ho was asked tlri-l
"Shall you send an appointment to
the Senate prior to February 1?"
"1 do not see how I can do It," was
his reply, "and I cannot make nny ap
pointment on February 1, because tho
Senate will not then be In session."
"In other words you will have to eend
It on Friday or Monday?" wns asked.
'Yes, but I shall not send it on Fri
day." "You have also said thnt you would
nut remove Air. Wlllcox?"
"I did say that."
"Does this npply to all Tubllc Service
Commission vacancies In both commis
sions?" "1 should say so."
"That Is. you will send no nomination
in prior to the convening of the Senate
on February 3?"
"Well, ns I view the situation this
morning my Judgment Is that 1 cannot
make an appointment until there Is a
"Wll; you say to what extent you
app.y the Idea of home rule to the sub
way situation? Do you mean, for ex
ample, that your homo rule views con
stitute a reason for not Interfering In tho
natural operation of affairs until the.
ternf of Commissioner Wlllcox expires?"
"That Is It."
"Have you been asked to make an
appointment this week?"
"1 have been asked to do a great
"Has Mr. Hearst nsked you to send In
nn nppolntment this week?"
"I am asked to do a great many
things; but 1 do what I think is right.
And as I am responsible I am very care
ful In doing anything to be sure, so far
as my own conscience is concerned,
that It Ii for tho best Interests of the
"Has Mr. Hearst asked you to make
an nppolntment lu advance of the ex
piration of Mr. Wlllcox's term?"
"I do not care to discuss the matter
further. I think I have put my posi
tion clearly lo all of you now, nnd I
hope that you will put it clearly beforo
the people nf (Jreater New York."
If Mr. Hearst has nsked tho Governor
personally, as every one knows he has by
messengers, attorneys and the like, to net
In advance of February 1, he now has
his answer from tho Governor In tones
which are unmistakable, for the flov
ernor's statement this morning wns
plainly nothing less than a pledge given
to the people of New York city that he
would do nothing before February 3 to
intqrfcre In tho contract question.
Hut the (Inventor In his talk this
morning went even further than the
mere giving nf a pledge not to make
any appointment before next Monday.
Thus ho was nsked:
"You do not want to say that you
will send a nomination In on Monday
"No," was the answer.
"Then that questlnn i left entirely
The Covet nor Is mulct stood to hnve
selected for the up-State commission
Ceorge M. Palmer of Scholmrle, chair
man nf the Democratic State com
mittee; John N. CarUsle of "Wntertown
and Devon P Hudson of Huffnlo. He
Is understood to favor Carlisle for chair
man, wiille the Democratic party
leaders favor Palmer, It Is possible
that this question may not be settled ns
yet, although the politicians are very
sure of Palmer.
Among those who saw tho Oovernor
to-day and talked with him about tho
subway question was ex-Mnyor Seth
THREE MORE MAD D00 VICTIMS.
In ilil 1 1 1 mi Ten Illl t ni Kniidajy nt
Jersey I'll)- llrlghla.
Thiee pcisuns who weie bitten lur the
mid dug that i.m tiuouuh the streets of
Jersey City Heights un Sunday morning
have called nn Dr l-Mvvard Mulvaney uf
me ... I-.-.V . ii,v inviiiu in, in, i in addition
tn the men who weie reported Sunday,
All those who wen. bitten have been
notified that thoRo without money will
I get the same care as the others.
Continual from I'lrtt I'age.
nrooklyn all the rapid transit lines It
wnnts. but he doesn't think the present
contracts iln It In the best wny.
SCHIEFFELIN FOR WILLCOX.
I re Satan- In Keep Commlaalonrr
In 'till Contract Arp "Ismrd.
Wllllnm Jay Schleffelln sent a letter
to (low Hulzer yesterday In the name
of the Citizens Fnlon, of which Mr.
Schleffelln Is president, ashing that no
successor he appointed tn William K
Wlllcox, rlmlrmnn of the 1'ubllc Ser
vice Commission, until the subway ion-
tracts are out of the wny.
Mr. .Schleffelln said In his letter:
Wo believe that the city's representa
tives mny be trusted faithfully to rep
resent the Interests of the city In tho
closing days of the negotiations with
the transit companies,
Especially would we deplor.) either
the appointment of n successor to
Chairman Wlllcox before the negotia
tions are complete ami the contracts
flnnlly agreed upon nnd signed, or that
a situation should he presented In
which the city's representatives should
feel themselves driven to surrender nny
pait of what they demand for the city
rather than have the whole plan over
turned. If It could be known thnt so
long as the clty'H representatives re
sist such concessions their stand will
be upheld by you and the chairman
of the Public Service Commlslnii con
tinued, we believe the city would ex
perience n great feeling of relief from
the present tension arising out of the
uncertainty of your Intentions,
So many New Yorlt business men
have sent word that they will go to
Albany on Friday to protest to (Jov.
Sulzer ngalnst putting a successor to
Mr. Wlllcox In the Public Servlre Com
mission until the subway contracts are
signed thnt tho New York Central
will run the train In two sections.
K. W. ltloomlngdale of Hloomlngdnle
Itros., who represents the ltetnll Dry
Uoods Association In the movement to
save the dual subwny plan, said yester
day: The construction of the new subwnys
Is of such vnst Importance to the city
of New York that thn work of the
Public Service Commission In relation
to the matter ought not to be delayed.
It Is hoped that l.uv, Sulzer will not
nominate n successor to Chairman Wlll
cox as soon ns his term expires, but
that reasonable time will be allowed
for the execution of the contracts which
are now so nearly completed.
A rcnsnnable delay would be In ac
cordance with genuine home rule, while
nny disturbance of the present status:
quo would deprive the city of homo
rule, I hnve every confidence thnt the
Governor will so view the situation.
MITCH EL RENEWS ATTACK.
Contract Gtv 911,000,000 Dla
ronnl to Bankers, He !.
John Purroy Mltchel, Prrartdent of
tho Hoard of Aldermen, replied last
night to tho statement of Chairman
Wllllnm R Wlllcox of the IMbllc Ser
vico Commission that tho opposition to
the signing of the subway contracts
was the result of nothing more than
"dirty, slimy politic." Mr. Mltchel
spoko at a public mass meeting In the
Academy of Music In Brooklyn.
Mr. Mltchel dared Mr. Wlllcox to dis
prove that the eleven million odd dol
lars, which was the difference' between
buying the $170,000,000 subway bonds
at par and at !SH. as Morgan & Co.
propose to do, was to bo given to Mor
gan and his associates when In reality
it belonged to the city. He sold:
"Htiying the (Kinds nt 03 simply
means n bankers' discount of Jll,
0.10,000, which Is presented to Mr.
Morgnn and his associates In the syndi
cate to bo reimbursed to thn Inter-
borough during tho next fifty-four
years. Thnt amount of money rightly
belongs to the city "
According to Mr. Mltchel, the way
this amount would lie reimbursed to
the Interborough was this: As thn
contracts now prepared read the Inter
borough is to receive ench year the
preferential payment of 16,3,10,000 from
the profits of the present subways com
bined with tho new lines to bo built,
this payment to be the Interborough's
allowance for tho profits from thu
operation of Its existing subways.
Mr. Mltchel Insisted that this cal
culation of nearly six and n half millions
was the result of false, and fraudulent
bookkeeping on the part of the Inter
borough. "Hy this means the city will be
cheated out of anywhere from K'7,000,
U00 to $,H.OOO,000 during tho life, of thu
contracts," said Mr. Mltchel.
Another point which tho President of
the Hoard of Aldermen wanted Mr.
Wlllcox to answer was tho chargn thot
after this preferential payment to tin
Interborough had been made out of the
earnings of the duul system the cit
would have to allow the InterboroiiKh
to take from tho earnings of the dual
system nn additional 6 per cent, on the
new capital which the company put Into
tho new subways. According to Mr.
Mltchel's figures this C per cent, wati
four-tenths ot 1 per cent, higher than it
should be, nnd enough to rob thu dis
tillling tho fifty-four years of the con-
tracts of the sum of approximately
The other speakers nt the mass meet
ing were Mllo T. Maltble. Publlo Ser
vice Commissioner; John F, llylan and
IWward T. O'Loughltn.
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An officer of a bank for
whom we have just com
pleted a contract, watched
our work veryclosolyforthe first
few weeks. Then he stopped,
remarking to our superintendent,
"I have always taken the pie
caution to watch construction
work closely, but I Hnd it's un
necessary with you."
Oar hak, " Ttit llotttan Slntte Ctntntl
MdhoJvf limMni," on rrauL
7 KA8T 44lh ST., NBW YORK CITY
POSTON NBW HAVEN CHICAGO
ASKS $50,000 FOR LOST MAIL.
(inv eminent Dlsrrftnrds Conel' or,
iter In I'lllns; Sntt.
A test suit wns filed hy Vn,
States Attorney Wise In the Fe.(.ra
District Court yesterday to determln
whether the law limiting the monetarv
responsibility In sea disasters appIlM
when the (liivernnient Is a claimant
agnlnnt the owners of a sunken shltu
Tho defendant In the suit Is the Hani'
burg American line, from whleh th
(lovertiineiit seeks to recover 150. nno for
registered nnd common innll lost vvh!i
the steamship Allegheny was sunk In
a collision with the Urltlsh stenmshln
ronmiion nbout ninety miles east nf
Cape Henry on Kehrunry I, lbi
The Ilnmhurg-Amerlcnn Line Irnnn.
dlately I. "Kan limitation proceeding
nnd requested tlat In accordance with
the l-Vdernl law they be ndudge.l r
sponsible to the extent ot the freight
money obtained from the last trip of
the Allegheny, amounting tn M.dSI.Ai
Judge Hand ordered thn ship's ovvnerK
to deposit thnt nmnunt nnd Issued an
order Instructing nil claimants to fti?
their demands. Although the order pro.
hlbltlng the claimants from bringing
suit for the recovery of damages durinp
the pendency of the limitation proeeriVa
ings, the liovernment has seen fit tn b
gin Its suit at once,
(inly n few weeks ago A. Leonart
Itrnughnm, n lawyer, wns fined $jnn hy
Judge Hough In the t'nlted States Dis
trict Court for vlolntlng the monition
Issued when the owners of the Titanic
started their limitation proceedings.
Ilrnughani was held In contempt for
bringing suit In tho State court on be
hnlf of Mrs. Kllznbeth It. Nntsch, whosn
husband wns lost with the Titanic.
FLAG PRESENTED TO MAYOR.
C. 1(1 Frnm People of Jfeaconaett ana
t. .Inmra, I. 1,
.Mayor Oaynor received yesterday r.n
a gift from the peoplo of Nescontett
and St. James, K I., rui American flait,
much larger than the one which usuallv
tiles from the City Hall flagstaff. The
.Mayor several years ago helped to put
N'esconsett on tho post office map. The
people of St. James nro Mayor Oay
nor's neighbors when he goes down to
his farm to spend Sunday.
C. Melville Smith, spokesman for the
delegation of Nesconsett townsmen, ail
vised the people of New York to bcfln
to realize what : Mayor they hav
nnd that they nro employing a 1100,
000 legal mind for $15,000.
The tlag will be llown from the Cltv
Hall the next time we have fine weather.
To the City Ilnll yesterday came a
party nf unn hundred children from
1'tibllr School 125, tn Brownsville. They
compose otin of thn branches of th
Ilrlght Star Civic League, the men
hers of which nre pledged to do what
they can to lteep tho streets clean. It
is thi organization rormed hy Ktiben S
Simons, the Superintendent of Stre
Cleaning, who wns blinded six yea
ago from the effects of street dust.
The Mayor told the children thatth.
were doing a big Job, nnd suggest,
that It might be a good thing to nllow
them to settle the subway probleii
DINNER OF THE VIRGINIANS.
At t -! f.llKltiles Attend nnrnt
Ituniiuet nt Shrrry's.
The annual dinner of The Vircln a
at whleh about two hundred members whu
vci either descended from persons hon
in Virginia or clnund that as their nil.
State were present, wns held hist nub
a' sherry t
1 hum, is Xelvui Pace gave high prais
j th" stale uf irgim i for the men sic In
.-iien to tlm eountrv nnd regretted Hi
lh. -in were not more men iionadnys III,,
llielll lu a tew M'lr. he said, we woiil
be e.illed to ileleriniui' whet he! our guv. -in
in. hi u.i.- in hint ur whether, like m In
tuit inns whirh had l.eeninn known n-4 lie
riclif-t and inu-u puuerful in thn worlo
It wn to f ill a- l'.i"- e lei!
Itlchard l.velyn llinl. Sfienl.er of the V .
gllilu Hnu-enl Ileleg. lies, stmlte nn the firn1'
leliiK whli h vvniild iniilrui t Pieilileiit-clt'il
Wuudrnvv Wll-nii uml lauded him ns a -oi
(leorge Cordon ll ittle. governor of Th"
Virginians, was tunsiiiia-ier
Unnng thoD nt 'he guest table we"
repte-eiitt,lie nl the other Southern -o
cletie-. i..n i '-city, the l.'ev Dr llenr' i
l.ubeck and tho llev JacKMiu II IMndni"'.
CATHEDRAL ALUMNI BANQUET.
About 'Jllll Members Dine nt the
lintel Mnrle iitolnette,
Two Hundred or more members '
the Cathedral Alumni Association giiH'
ered at the Hotel Marie Antoinette
llrnadway and Slxtv-lifth street las'
night for thn association's foui teenth
annual hnmiuet. John (1. Id-hue pr
dent nt the association, was toast run
Thrtse on ihe programme f..i r
sponses were- The ISIgl't It- M
Lavelle, rector of St. I'atrl'-k s rn'h
drnl: Assistant Corporation i'mni. 1
iVltiien, MJihHii J. .Mlllipieen. pre-i '
ot the Catholic Club; Justice Conn i .
P. Collins of the court of Special s"s
slons. Cabot Ward, former i,ver r
lictieral of Porto Men. and JnMi '.