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THE SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
IS M'MURRY'S PLAN!
W-i'i l he I'ivi'tit's Consent mill'
.-in Adult Witness of
ilic Ceremony. !
, i vn roi rxun.Y hoys1
Would Un llnve Doctor Certify
1 1i.it ilic culprit Is 1'it to
I'liKe .1 Tlir.'islmn:.
,r up in doubt .-ir niL-under.
, ii mat hate utlscit in
i ,.f t i..-.- wh . li.it re nl tlif
., ( ;' I 'unit SI. Mi'Mnrrj nf
! .;. . i ' il.iiiU'i.i. tccom-
i c petal poni inmnt in1
i ..i tim . it.iii!-", in- Commitim
. ' lii.'i,r "f the Ho ml of Ksti-
t.l t s pi ntt, smim t oinnu nts
im".-: tailing ii!:.n:..'ii to tlm
. r:-if. M. M.irry wants .i
j. . .1 ;f Mil' b.i'i ll rod is to
. o!ii:nr!" sail Hint the pro-i-
tn.'dlllod lii v.ew so far
, - :n ipoi'tpl'm Is i urn iTticil.
M-M' r'' present opinion ns
' ,i p ml.-hmrnl. ny Hie com
- ri.it It lnmlil Ih ailniinN
ti,t with ihcn' restrictions:
i.i.m t lniil t i In' whipped llri:
' . w i'. i. the written consent
f.- guardian ho oil-
""' . i h pMtlilinipnt he applied
. p ru e of an ndii't witness
i ll.i lei util lie Kept nf all
. i i' ini-dtiuoiit, t'lethei' with
i ' -i :li.it led to thetn ind the
" '- .idmin.-'tra'.lnn
i M M i: i v'm fui'ihe;-1 eiMtimiend.i
i ''ta; ,. h-!,iv of the ll.nir
r n fnihiddlni; rntpmal p.in-
i ! .eluded nJ the .f.i.mlt
'aw In I'lof. AK Mnrry'.-i
r - p .-vent- unwarranted nexerlty,
i tin "T of pai r ntnl M-honls
' m .'aed lllildlen he lu
ll Ai. ll ft" llllll it.'S .ihall
, ' i 'u-:. m: i oiillnoment . that
- .,' ii. i -t'li-it'ls a I . i he in-.i-
i inmate' shall he um-
-i ' .- i.'.i: the d.iy: that a spe
. ' '...111 he adopted for theio
' - i '..I t i.it irpora! p;ini.hnii'n;
I n t'H'in.
..i ). r e Im. .is w'.ere enrpor.il
v ; now f.ilhldden l'rnf. M .--'
-i.i-- in.it "the principal and
' :- it- to uii'ini he may dele-
. l- -il.lll liae tlte nnU .111-
i-. p.i.v -lial f.ine He sim -
n tnte .M,hooi. one .ir inure
' II i.jhlesom llli.dlen he
: ..-.d ih.it the pri.trtp.iN and the
i' - nit cl-i.n or flaiicj" he
I t . .ipi'.y tile rod
"I M : r .all- .('.lenii.in t.i th-
.-.ii- 'ditlant" pupil who Unmvs
i. i- ' i ann.t .ouch liini un
i and will detles principal
i hi :-i lay hand- on him. In
- :'i.t :..ithr may now under
:: . ..uly m iral suasion or np-
"i.. pirrnt.i. I'rof. .Mf Slurry
j . 'i- "t.irturc" of i-inidren hy
I., in .-'..nil or .-it in unnatural
ns inil'. i "JiaiMted Int.i siihnils-
t : ",'' t hra.-hln-j tmiiiile-nnie pn
- -l :1, ime ..f the law and taltlns;
- . "f iv.-ih.n: otllilal enndemna-
. ' yo d ..n.
i- ' ..'us are now. tlie professor
' -I j i in tia-sroims wlore pun
' - in ir.- f i uel than corporal pnn
e i ' are applied teacln r.- ure
- I ' i sit.' nioit .if their time and
' in i.n.alnlnc order. lth re
- i- t irv nnd 1". henlih to '.he
i r.naiiy, he limN, the lawlesi-
1 '.! ol.is.s Lads to lawle-sness
r" r i .11 school anion the defiant
,e i.f pupil.
- iii. :n!ier of the school Inquiry
it. has looked for himself into
.pi'n.i'v work a: the Georte,
' n.p ,v rreeillle. N V., nnd a
.I . i , . n r. jardinc this and otlier In
. e nt In . estimations will lie .nh-
ir : . !-iard of Kstlniato in the
. n m ' i ' final report.
MAXWELL ON REPORTS.
ll. 111 to Wltliliolil .InilKinenl on
"'. S .ei iii'endent of Schools Sfax-n-
t. -'erd.it hroke the silence which
id inaintaineil In tespect to the
i iiiunitiee reports which crlt
' ' ' p-ihlip schonl sytem.
i .i i.ii-'iared statement which was
I .:i the form of a circular letter
' print ipnls he hald 111 part:
.. il - piles nnd the public- to siis.
1 i ee u neiit on the n port in.'id'e hy
...it on "The SyMeiii of (iuieral
- ; rv ..i in the public .schools mid on
ti. Murr.t 's n port on "The ljuallty
i . .-,,.,,) liitriietloii, the I'ouise of
' I the Siip-rt'lslon of Principals,"
i i.. the H pot ts yi t to he silhinltlid
1 . ii. mil. rs of I'tof. nanus's mm.
" . f m Ii has been InvestlKatlnK the
' K liools
tl... iiu-nibris of the supervNIm;
i - ' ' in fiiico also to suspend their
. L ' Ill
1 . ih.it tlm iilleKations, iiiRUIiientH
hi ioi.i III then, reporls be pot
'I as final until they linvn been
1 I . i ,i ilmd seriltllif bv those
low i, in sihoolH best --tlm teachers,
I 'is ami supi i Inti udents
. i 1'iiMiiy itlaiicn nt Ihe reports
i .1 i bid i. v.-als the fact that they
ill m much painstaking Invest I
. but thai tin t' contain theories of
"i nnd or i diiciitloiial inlinliilstra
"e or which hate obtained pmtlal
' 'I". nt.int of which me new mid
i ml all of which should be Hiib
"i rntnal examination nnd lested
"iu.nl before bcinit iipproved or
S pteiiiber I statu! to the ns
prill. 1 1 i.i Is mid superintendents
aliunde toward I In so nports:
' ' . should he inlnulelv studied III
-'i in iihieallon.il philosophy nud
i i . I hat where they uncover real
, niece weak places should be
' in d . that where they disclose
I'.ese del'eelH sliould be removed ;
they make useful and feasible
ions, ihose hiikki-sImiiih should Im
" i I trust .ton will nil iiKiio with
i H is is ihe il::ht attitude to udopt.
ii l.i-H IIiiiik to do In to study the
I l"K iae to Invite each prill-
ijllhitlnll ttllh Ills heads of
'i im mid Ills tmehors lo make n
in. It of Ihe jepoiis priseiiled by
i l mil nnd Mn.Muny, and of tlm
''.its as tiny cmiie out, mid to
1 slaleiiieiils of their coiiclu-
I.i tt-iih in ! minis of nil spei ml
' 'gallons tin v Hint It neci-sse.iry o
To i ai i mil this siiKKnlhui I
' 1 John IhiiMii .tlitehi I, prerldent
I:i;ih ni' Alili i im-n, to fm uard
! lli'Ji: repnlts to each pi liiclpnl.
''' I lilt Hid Ulllllllil H" tile lepllltS
loon- I lain II iiii iI the llhMHtnnie of
in t..i-i loiomlllees of ininclpals.
der ihiii llii'.e eoniliilttces mil V fairly
t'- n ni tlm views ni the principals nf
ti city i tiak .ton lo hclcct i.uty prill-
1 1 pals fretn whom I may ntgnnlf." the
l'Otlllttt..,..i Will Mill please Select Hi''."'!
p im ipnM ns fol'ows Miiiilinllan, :i
UllMiMyn. "H , The U nnv, s Queen?, V,
MRS. BISHOP ASKS $50,000.
llrinLel'. Wife nj, Husband In
Win-Mi Mure 'I linn '.!, 0(1(1, (Mill.
Mrs. Abigail II ttl.hl.li. uho Im iiIiie-
fur h divoieo fmtn James CuntiliiEhniii
Ijlshop i.f the banking Him or lledinond fc
lilnl ii petition In tlm Snprtitie
i unit tcsterdat utl.liiH nlhiinnf nf Jf.n.noO
n Mm- p.. minis t. kuII. Mrs lllshop
iifl.s $:T.,0i(i ii tear for liir mm main
t'li.itiee mill Mippnrt mid u,Mn a M.ir
fin- ineli of U,.r live daughters Mi
Llshop asked tiiiM on the giotind th.it her
husband Is worth more than S .'.OOf'.OOO
innl eiin mxllv iinv It.
Counsel lor Itlclipp submitted to Justice
I limit li 1. mill the application for nllmom
im inhibit ll In which Mrs. leilm Halms
ilwiithnuy Is iiniii.-ii
llclllV W. Tlllt, upi'rnlltlg (or 111" tll't
tune in r;irs in n iii.'iirlinonl.il net inn. tll'-d
opposing iiiitriHVltn In behalf .if Mr
Ml."- Cwathiney filed centra' denial
esterd.iv of the nllK.Hlnis asainsl her
VOGEL'S LOOT FOUND
IN SAFE DEPOSIT
Tli(iiisinil of Dollars Worth in
lo lii'iitpcl by LphiIim of
A safe deposit box which h.nl heen
lenied In .lo.-epli Vosel. lead, r of a
hand (if ilileiini; hou.emalds. wit was
itdhd in a tltili t with d.teclles at Hie
l-ilNinei-e 11,,, el, Th.. Rtonx. on I he
nlaht of Noienilirr last, was open-d
.M.-!erday on a routt otder nl th- Cm--man
Safe lieposl: I'ompany. 1 :s liroad
wa. Thniisands of dollits worth of
Ion! was found.
Some of I he vnliinhles were identified
hy Sirs. Sidnej ii. liernhemter of 77
Wet lllttlm -llfth Irret, who wa
iiml.eil in hep heme last April In ..
sen nnt nnd anoihei unman, who tote
thy rliiL-s from her llnsers and tvn-acUf d
the hnii-e whl'e sh.. lay unconciou.
She nfierwntd Identified ns the .-eriant
Who helped to roll Iter (he w. .limn
known ns I.oitle Vnpel, whnm .in-eph
Vouel shoi nnd killed in ihe mere
tlot.l after the detectives hud i.eind
Ill the .-llfely deposit ,n these nrt.
cits wet. found yestord.iy: A weddini;
rlns. n diamond pin tallied ic M.OOn
and thirteen ,,tln r piece- of jew. Iry. nil
Ideinlll. d hv Sirs !ei nhelmer; tn'ihnis
securllies, Includlni; the Sl.wio Imnds nf
the Not th I'.irollun Itallmad I'nmp.int.
one ll- p. r tent. JI.imiii i;nd ,md of
Hie Western I'lilon Telesrapli 1'ompnny.
lite .shares nf i nn.-iilld.iteil das tlflt
shares nf the ('Hy and Siihurhan llnmes
I'nmpany mid mm l noo Imnd nf the
1 1 'nited States St. el Corporation, whlih
ttele stolen frnm Ihe home of Alfl-d .1.
Stein. lOI Setenlll lltelltle, ln-t Aplil,
i ii tul mote than setentt-tlte nttliles of
.Jewelry not et Ideutllled and tallied at
Two ke.t" to the safe deposit lm
.were found In Vonei's room after ihe
jshootlnm. lmt theie was n .thlni; ah. nit
itheni 10 Indicate who h of many thoii-
- 1 lll safe deposit hnes In tile cut tln-v
tiit-d. I'mally tlimin;li a niannf.ictur
1 III i; cmuein In liosion the detectives
incited Ihe hot; Vusel lented. The nffl
nT of the Hfrmaii Safe )ep.il; t'oiu
p. im hott-ttr. r.-fii-e.l in up. n the h.
vtith-u: a cur: ot.ler tin- inns-nt of
' VnKel s eeeuior nf In irs. Th.s ddii
' t ii ii was ntefcoine ttneii i was d."
Icotered 'liat the dead man lift no heirs
and had appoint. .1 n i . ee it.u The
.cmllt I hen -s'l-d " ' neceSJ.if, older.
SUFFRAGISTS TO VIE
National Capital Alreail.v Over
flowing Willi "Vote for
Washimitox. .Ian. .111'. N liec.mln
more certain ctery day tli.it the suf
frasist demonstratlmi m Washington on
the day preceding ihe inauguration of
IMesldellt-elect Wilson N Kolm; to at
tract almost as much nltetiiion as the
ln.nu'ural celebration Itself. It is ap
parent already that the Miffr.iKe dim
oni'.tatlon will be the bisccst and most
impre.-slte ever held in America, and
ft om now until the Inauguration the
national capital will he tlm centre of
"votes for women" activity.
An assembly of woman .suffratrists at
the Capitol to. day nnd another IiIk
Ktitlierlni; to-nlulit at the same place
are hut the forerunners of the h!
show. Already Iieadiiuarlers hate been
opened, ntnl the laaders nrn proJectliiK
er.v elaborate tableaux to bo stinted
on the south ytcps of the Treasury De
partment n.s the .entral featute of the
March 1! paReant.
It is nl-o planned to hold n (treat
mass meeting of suffraKlsls nt the Con
tinental Memorlnl Hail immediately
after th parade.
Votes for women" rani; clailon clear
throiiKli Ihe nmrhle halls of tlm House
office liulldltiK to-day when the milfrn
KlFtn. mllltnnt and otlierwlse, nppeared
before the I liiuse Committee on rreslden
Hal l-:iectlon. l-'inir liutidreil supporters
of the h'Kend were present. The specilh
object of their nltcndanco was to iiiko
tl niictment of the Kieneh bill KlvittK
womnn the rlsht to 'ote fo-Jlotircsenta-tives
In CmiKrcsH. The tratherlni; was
notably well dressed. Kiirmcnls nnd
nonlinear of latest fashion dominating.
uiiikIi there was a prlnl;llnu of old
fashioned black silk with Jet bead trim
mings mid quaint little Ismnets tied un
der the chin.
The I lev. (Hympln ltrnwn of Hnelne,
Wis., president of the I'Vilornted Lim
ited Kqillly I.eaKiie of the Trilled Ktiilcs,
presided lit the mornitiK session. All
of the nine HtiffruKn .States wcro rep
resented. SIr.'i. Clarn It. Colby of Portland, Ore.,
started the session with nn nrKument
In favor of the pnssim'o of n constitu
tional nmendinent prohlbltlm? the .Suites
from disfranchisliii; citizens by reason
lelllono Voulh Shools n Cilrl.
.Miss lllsle Iteiustedt, I ! years old,
diiuKhter of a well to do coiittactor of
7,-,K 1-,'iist L'jritll street, The ilronx, was
shot and painfully wounded esterily
bv lliniild J Stahl, ears old. of f.7l
l-last -4fith iitreet, who lay In wnlt for
her nl Ihe corner of White Plains road
and SL'Sth street.
Stahl. who was catiKht, SHld he loved
tint Hi I nnd that Ills notion wns In
spired by Jealousy. He Is locked up,
chtirsed with lelonlous assault.
SAYS OF VENNER
i Courts llnve Shown Hp Prut1'
tisetl Such, Argups Lihpl
II K CTTES MANY SUITS
Siis rinintlff StHrts Actions to
Block Corporations anil
Th.1' Clarence II, Vennrr, Ihe man t
in.niv stills, Jiwtitlcil hy his hi. lory Hit
drclafatloii that the conns had "il.'-dw-n.iteil
him piactlcally as a blackmailer"
.s the nsitrl!on of A Ufinst H'Mni'ir
n Ins answer to entier's llhel sil'l
S'lcol!, Anable. Lindsay l-'uilei'.
einel for Sir Iteliimn: Hied tin nn-
-Aer .testerd.lt in lle Sipieine Court
in .N.its.iii coiin y and In the Its pnnii 1
pates of the document purport to irt
a h s'ory of Vennrr's suits, many nf
which were denounced lit conns nnd
referees appointed by courts.
Sir Hoitit.int was a witness in the
.nit biouuht by Veiiner's Continental
Securities Company last .lulv. The Mill
was to reenter fmni the directors of th"
Interhorotich ltapid Transit Company
:im J l.r.OO.noo paid to Ihe Holmont firm
for handling ihe siihwav proposition.
While n wltne.s Sir. I'.elmont re
niaikfd: 'The i ourts hate deslunated
your client as pra.'tlcai'y a blackmailer,
and tlta: i I lie wav 1 fed in this mat
'ff Hint 1 am h"in pursued in the
matter nm by you, Sir Hndce, hui by
.t.nir ellen' " J Asplnwall HndKe was
V.. nner's coun'-el.
After ."tntliiK that what he said as a
witness under oath In a court proceed
mi; Is prlvllnsed, Mr. Helmont further
Plit -Tint for wars the courts nnd
lef.'Ues hinl been tendeilnc ilei lion and
pillions about Vetiner hihJ his lltlKittintis
wlinh Jiistltied iin.t thliiK that lulcht be
-..Id aNitit bun
M-cond Tlnit the Inie nn.er t'lMn.
land as a lefetee had dulil.-d in mm
i.ie Hint Venn"! had fold seitirlti.v r ri -tt
utei to him by a cli'iit at on" llcur.
end had n-potl.-d thcni as sold at a loiter
Thltd That it has been his pr.n tire
lot eai to Keep lilmsf'lf Itiforin.'iJ ol the
plan" of ratlin. ids and IndtiMrlal impeia
tmns and then b trie pure tin.' of a feu
shines of stock to institute mills to eni-b.ina-s
the ctupor.itlotif. 'that he niislit
h bis threats i Mult fioin p. rons im-r-esteil
the p.i.tment of ,iri;e sums to ills
cnlltllltle the suit? "
Sit. liclmont mentions m inoi- m its
detail about forlt of these viU;, in
most of whic.i enmr receited some
cr.ilclsin fmni the conns mid .n em
instance spi nt a few dats in Jail on a
cmitictlon nf contempt nf conn
Th" ca-e In whlih .Mr. Cieteiand
made a decNmn mher'-e in 'i nm ".
.u-i nl dim; to the answer, was thai of
(eorce ll. ppelps nf Watrtmtn N Y
Plulps turned I Oo ll.eiio bonds .iter to
Venner tn sell anil Venm r N sa.d I i
hate agreed to itet im for frm.
Venner repotted finally that he had
milt be n able to k t H'i apiece for
111" bonds and sent 111" check for V5T
.".on. Phelps silid and Sir. Cieteiand a !
refetee dlscotered that .liner had soldi
set eitt.t -tlt e i.f the bonds for i'.7.."iUH
and had sold tan lemainitii; tw. ntt -tit e
.it I'", rece.vins iJ.'.r.nO, ttbicn Im
pn. keted. Sir. Cleveland recmillil-tiiled
tll.lt Phelps K.'t tile .':'. r.Hil and Ill.lt
Vi liner be not allowed .'.imo o.iniiuN-
The answer refers t i the suit brmuhti
hf Vellller tl pletellt t e All h. son.
Topek.i nnd Santa l'e Ilailrnad from
'ssuliii; slot k The I'lilled Statis Cir-
il: court dismissed this suit. Sir. I'ml
mont say I ni; that it wa hroulit for
the pllipo.e of compelllnz somebody to
pav over some nnmev. There Is refer
eni e to a du.eii or more water com
pany projects in width Venner ap
pealed as a lltiu.uU.
Sir llelmont's unswer aNo cites Ven
lur's I'nlnn P.icillc suit, whii h showed
that he had bouitht inlo tlm l.e.n en
worth. I.awreiue and flalveston P.aii
toad and then bro.iKht suit. The an-
wor detlates that nme mm paid to
Ventmr "r tn his nominee about JUimi.ouii
for ahull! JSO.iiOo Invested and the sub
was dlfi ontlntud
N'enner's attempt to prevent tlte Pull
man Company fiom hu.tini; out the
Wanner Palace Car Company i set
forth Wnner bouch: If) shares of the
Watner cntupaiiv stock nnd bronirht
his suit to enjoin the purchase ,lu
tire Ileokman In New York refused nn
in lotietlnn and scored the plaintiff, but
! subsequently the suits were withdrawn
The answer sa.ts that It is not known
whether any one paid Inch for the ion
The Amnlcimated Copper stilts, where
Venner coopeiali d with the Helnzetand
lost; the I'nlled Slates Steel suit, where
he tried to prevent a reorganization n
l!t02 and lost on what court procedure
there was, the ChlcaKo, Itock Island
and Pacific Railroad suits, the Northern
Securities, tlm C.rent Northern Itnllroad
suits nnd twenty nihers ale nil set
forth, with the assertion that the sdtiie
method was followed in each.
.1. Asplnwall I lodge', who has been
Vernier's attorney, said last night that
he did not iry his client's cases In tlm
DELTA U. HAS 21 RHODES MEN.
llmle Mnltrr of Vote nl I'mlcrol I '
tiiminl 1 1 1 ii lie r.
The Helta Ppsllon Club of New York
at Its mtliiiiil dinner nt Hie Aldiue Club,
"nn liflh itvetiue, last iilnht celebrated
I tilt IltSl Ill'Caiie III lllllllies SCIH'IIIIS,
iweiuy-oiie oi tviioiu are uienioers ni
the fialernlty. A hundred and fifty
members were present last nlitht.
I'rof. .lerenilab W. .leaks of New York
I'nlferslty, who was tlm principal
u.,.-it:...v eitneriillibiti.tl Ihe f l-iit el'll 1 1 v
on Ii ii 1 1 nir furnished more Ithodes
k-hol.-.rs tlmn nnv other colleen fra-
! ternlly In the country. After Prof.
I 1........ ....1.1 .. tell..... ... .-A..II
d.'llltlt ll't. I . HI"""' t" '." II
Ithodes the Rhodes scholars present
told about life at Oxfmd.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BALL.
Mn ill son Siinre Harden f'romlril fori
A nn mil Clinrlty llrnrflt.
M.idlsnn Kiii.ire llaiden was enntded lo
lis capacity last nluht and this inonilni;
by th" KulKhts of Columbus from the en
tile New York Chapter They mite there
llmlr iiiinuiil rhailty hall for the ho.
pita) bed fund, flee employment but cm
and liiheicul.ir country honie.
The iniikltiK ktilKlit at the hall was
.lantes A. I'hiherl) of Philadelphia, who Is
Supreme Knlithl Others nt the lull were
Mcr. I.avelle, John P Sllleltell. MjrIs.
I ru ten Slay and l-'rischl, Alfied ll. Smith,
Victor . I. HnwHiis, Hubert W. Ilebherd and
lindlev Plehl Mnlnnc. The Krand inarch
mis led by William A. Murphy anil Sirs.
The Men's Store Took Inventory Last Night
And rounded up the sum of suits and overcoats which, by reason of incomplete sizes, long
term of showing, or special purchase, we desire to clear at once.
For the convenience of men who may be interested, we list the various groups under
chest measurements. Each size, except 32 and 33 which are regular sizes includes in
one group or another suits and overcoats made for tall men, short men and stocky men,
as well as men of average height and weight.
Look down the column under your chest measurement, and you will find the number
of suits and overcoats which will be ready for your choosing when the store opens this
Sufficient floor representatives will be on hand to ensure prompt service.
Staple Chesterfield Overcoats.
$35 to $45 grades, at $24.50.
Knee-length Fancy Overcoats.
$20 to $32 grades, at $18.75.
$30 to $40 grades, at $18.50.
Short Fancy Overcoats.
$25 to $35 grades, at $15.50.
$30 to $40 grades, at $19.50.
$32 to $45 grades, at $27.50.
ARCHITECTS GIVE :
MEDAL TO GOETHALS
Chipf Prizp Awarih'il to ( ram.
(iooilhiip A- rYriiiiVon for
Church Work. i
U I H HI! IIONUHS sKTTI.KH'
ini'ont Astor Ainoni: Those I
Present at Annual Hiu-
ner of the l.eauue.
Tim annual dinner of the ..nhte. .
and lin ir friends whuh ann tally !"'
cedes the t.pell.ni; to the p'lbl . of t'le
Arcllitectutlll l.eauue elll.iltlnll iooi,
plac la-t nlitht In toe Vati'Ierbllt 'l.ii
;. r of the l-'ltm Arts li.iihl.ni:
The uues'.s of honor Joined In a spec
tacular procession headed by lusty
'rumpetejs in niediietal costume and
stand ml bearers it. ill b liners, and
march d to Hm.r scats, just under the
i. :se statim nf Lincoln bt Sir. Weiman.
Ille l, Trnwhlidite. as imsliicnt if tile
liMKim. acted as toasltnaster. and an
nounced th" nnntial award of honors.
The ilntf prize In architecture, the
New Voii. Chapter medal, was awarded
to Cram. Hoodlum - l-'ei kiisoii. for their
church wink The drawinits b this
firm for their Cathedral of the Incarnn
I'on of Italtimoie is one of the feat ill est
nf this year's exhibition.
The President's medal was iittaidi'd
tn Col. ; W. Uoetbals for Ids work
In the Panama Canal. Col. C.oethals
was unable to bo present nt tlm dinner
and his medal was accepted by Ids
friend. I'nl. i'leleftes. who spoke of Hie
wnrk iiccninpllslied on the Isthmus and
the ureal economic chamtes II would
lnvolte in the world's conimcne.
Tlm medal for sculpture was (then
to A. A. Nelmail.
Tlm collaborative prize of 30tf, of
fered by the Architectural Leauue for
the best deslitn submitted by nrchiteii,
sculptor nnd mural painter In collabor
ation, was Kit en to Kenneth SI. Mur
cheson, architect, Charles Sarka,
painter, nnd Leo Lentelll, sculptor.
The Avery prize of K.n for sculpture.
Kiten in memory of the late Henry c.
Atiiy, was iiwarded to Leo Lentelll,
Speeches were made by Cass Hilberl.
architect of tin- Wnolwoiih ItulldiiiK;
W. U. .Moffat, ex. Congressman .1. T.
SlcCleary and Austin W. Lord.
Seated al the table with the President
were the following Kiiesls of honor: Ar
nold W. ISriiminer, past president nf
the LeiiKiie; Woodruff LeemlllK. lil'esl
ileut HrooMin Chapli-r A. 1. A; C
c.rant La l''ari!e. jiast president of the
leiiKUe; William Lntlli'l UalTlM, presi
dent Sliltlliipal Art Society; W. A. Hor
Inif. past pri'Sldent of the linuue; Kr-
nest KIiikk, president Heaux Arts So
ciety; Walter Cook, president American
Institute, of Architecture; Henry H.
Hindi, president New York Water Color
Society s William Rutherford Stead, pres.
Ident American Academy In Rome;
Robert it. Kohn. president New York
Chapter A. I. A.; Richard Ilowiand
Hunt, past president of the leiiRiie,
Charles Dana (llbson, president of tlm
Society of Illustrators; John W. Alex
ander, president National Academy of
DeslRti, (ieoi-Ke V Rreck, member art
commission; Herbert Adams, president
National Sculpture Society; Daniel
Chester French, honorary president Na
tional Sculpture Koclety, Col, FlebeRer,
and Kdwin niashlleld.
Other ISliests were Vincent Astor
Nicholas Hlddlo of liilladelphln, Chillies
A, Pliltt, Royal Cnrtlssoz, Tuber Hears,
Dnnn Unrber. O, Alterbury, C T Tur
ner, II. V. V Hewell, Horace H. .Mann,
Thomoa S, Clark, F. W. Ruckatuhl,
THE MEN'S STORE,
William SI i 'base R X.oBlvnim. Sir
Whlttleld. Sir allium, .lames Towns
end. William Lauiel Harris and ileorKe
The exhibit, on of tlm leacue. which N
moie resplendent than evci, will open
lo the public at noon Sund.it. February
J. and remain open until February
i in Saturdays Hie admission will be free
The following illustrated lertutes were
announced to lake place during Ihe ex
'I'hltlon. to which tlte public N m,!ted.
i ni Saturday. I'ehraary S, at
P. SI . "Restoration of the City Hall."
bj .lohn ijulncv Adams.
'Mi S.it'irda.t . February IS. "Painting
.-nd tlie Hecorallte Aits," by ,1. Slun
'hi S.itii-dr-'. . Februarv 2;'. "Land
sc.ii ie Archilei tore of To-day.' by
, ii.i-ieu S. L'it itt. .Ir
GRAND JURY ANGRY AT GAYN0R.
liieen I'linel 4 ennirrs file 1lnlir
for litmirliiu ll Siihioiiia,
Sleiniii rs of tlm Queens county Hrnnd
lurt debated for more than two hours
yesterday on what action l i take
.uaitist Mn Mir Hat nor. who lunured a
suhpti'lia to appear befoie them In
l.'iiiK Island City at Hi o'clock in tlm
niornlng and tell why funds have not
been provided to place the old Querns
county jail In condition fit to hold
It is said that sevetal of the Jurors
were in fatnr of luivlnK the Sla.tor
lir.uii.iit to 1.01114 Island City on an
attiuthminl the same as other recal
citrant witnesses They wanted him ar
raigned for contempt In the very court
room it hem he presided many times
as a Supieme Court Justice.
In the heat of the controversv As
sistant District Attorney John Hether
liiitton and Justice Uintetsoii had a
cniiff rem e.
As a result Instead of demanding the
.ssuanie of a body attachment and
bilnt;:iii: the .Mayor forcibly to Queens
a tesoliition mildly censuring him was
Comptroller Prendei gust, Itorough
President Alfred S. Steers of llrook
lyn. Ctimmlssioner Patrick A. Whit
iie.t of the Department of Correction
and Charles .Inmes, consulting engineer
of that department, obeyed tlie sub
pmnas. Late Thursday afternoon A. I.. Sic
Ciiiiiilck. a process server attached to
the olllce of District Attorney Matthew
.1. Smith of Qui ens, started out with a
batch of subpienas nnd John Punoy
Slltohcl. Preslden' of Ihe Hoard of
Aldermen, Sir. Prenriergnst and tln
nlher nfllcials were served In their of
tires save .Mayor (Inyr.nr. He was
iiiucht entering his home at U0 Kiglith
avenue, Hrimklyn, hIkiiiI ? n't lock
Tliur.sdav night by SlcCormick, who
shoved the suhpienn Into his hand and
Some Who l.rmr To-ilnr for I be
IVril Indies nnd linriipr.
Sailing by the American liner New
York, for Plymouth, Cherbourg and South
WiM'ii mount, I.. ('. I Jirc
Ji'liu (j llMds. Mrs v V MMlUtid.
I)r rid Mrs. Chrlr J w. . Mllnrr
Kits (temlit i
For London, hy the Atlantic Transport i
lir I'llic I) Scntl ("apt and Mrs, (iny
Mr nnd Mr, lialph Cunhmaii.
Ilalnhrlilir. Mr .1. (' Hunt.
Mr and Mrs Donald. I. Alfred (I. Uayri.
Hy the United Fruit steamahlp Tlvlves,
for .Inmalca, Colon nnd Port Union :
Herri I Tilpit. Mr. and Mri, Philip l
Mr mid Mr, 0 P. Per.
Atkinson. Mr ami Mn It K. Pnl-
II. llaiprr Id.
Ilrv. Arthur O'Krr h.
Passengers on the Royal Srall liner
Trent, for Southampton, by way of the
West Indies :
Mi .1. Cllib-t lltdmit. Mr And Urn. Seymour
William I id nr Alltn, llu't-il.
IV (I. ComainrU, III C F nobrrin.
I". l.yntvoed (!arrlnn,
For nerniuda, by th Royal Malt
Itrv .1 linvmn Mltrhfll Mr. and Mrs, (' C
Mr and Mr. W . Ooodrlch.
Itab.-orlj, (i. Trminrlrtjr Jl illl-.trr.
Mr. and Mrs, It. H. Mr. and lit. W. K
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Broadway and Ninth.
'SULZER GIVES OUT
REPLY TO PATRICK
1 1'lililislics Anuer of Mont
j yonierv. Who Penies Kerp
i ti li Convict in -tail.
Ai.iivnv Jim. r.L flot. Siil.-..'i In-day
made public a letter from W. R. Mont-1
gnuiert. u font let in Sing Sing, who1
was charged by Albeit T. Patiick with
being instrumental in keeping John
itoehman, another lonticl. in Jail. In
It there Is n general denial of the charge
and n bitter cntli Ism of Patrick. The
Hovernor ditecteil ('ol. Joseph F. Sunt
tn make nn Investigation of the cause
which was brought to bis notice thioiigh
a letter Patrick printed in u newspaper
Montgomery says In his letter to the
Hovernor that he doesn't know linen
man and would not. If be were worth
miliums, attempt to spend a penny
keep another mini in Jail.
The story us made public by Patrick
Is to Hie effect thai Montgomery hns
developed a bitter hatred for Hoelimau
for some curious reason Known only
Montgomery slated that he could
easily discern Patrick's objed in
dramatically printing tlm case of Itoeh
man In nil endeavor to hate the Hot
el nor reopen the case.
"As for Pall ic k poor Albeit it Is
nearly a mouth s'i"e Im him seen his
n. .me In the daily papers," writes
Slonlgiiiuet . "mid I piesume a craving
for piibhdty and an egotistical wish to
be In the limelight has caused him lo
det.se ibis means to see Ins name again
In Hie public prints.
"If tlie public only Knew Patrick lis
we, the Inmates mid ollicers, heie know 1
IiIiii, they would pity him instead of git
mg credence to anything lm .s-us. it is
the opinion of those here, who came
ill contact with hini. that he Is u dan
gerous paranoiac. I lu.te heard liim ,
iharge almost every Judge hefnm whom ,
his case has been brought In his many i
attempts to secure li.s freedom that ,
they were In the pay of various sums
In tlm nice millions, amounting In the
aggregate to $3,000,000."
(iiiUKriitic lm Co, Has IIIk iirpliis.
The i lu ggeii hel in llx plnra Hon Com
pany nports mi increase of surplus of
$r.40,45t for the .tear, making the total
surplus for the .tear ended December .'!!.
I'll:', l.i'i.TJ The net iiicoiim for
the year was Vl.'JTI ".".a, euunl to l.". 7
per cent on the stock.
OaMif i tattlii tniit fa dl'tt'.
control et thl fnnth Govtnmtitt
Illu liolil s,,,nlrt, Abriinil.
A V Sehsmiti n.it. i nsni"il
' nun, mm in t iMr f,,r t.ptorni .
'Paris M-ilrtt This mikrs a total of
n, iifin, null ..pM, (.., to I 'o 1 1 on I
' Ti'tini ntntenient spej-.-r & Co h.i
iii.-ii'Ml a total of f ,:.nn .nan m sold coin
- far for .i-uennni to he ,ii!pi'd t"-
V? Although it is our boa.st
and pride that we avoid
extravagance in store ad
ministration, although we
constantly study how to
cut down every expense
which our customers would
eventually have to pay on
the other hand, we arc
usually the first to put in
vj We were not fas
cinated by the give-somc-thing-for-nothing
that hypnotized so many
stores into giving Trading
We continue to dis
countenance Free Con
certs. Expensive Credit
Systems and the rest -but
we were the first store
in New York to install
Escalators, at a tremen
V If it's merely some
thing to induce you to
spend your money we
balk at it.
V If it's a real conve
niencewe're the readiest
to adopt it.
That's why you'll find
every real convenience at
Macy's for rapid, satis
IBKAU) SQUAM mo mttVr..' .',, NEW I0U