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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.'
'i'iiiim'v ell h Apiironchod ,mil
ti Add I'l'ojrrcssix n.s
in: ski-; ms to npposK it,
W Milium for Mn.vor nnd Mon
litricl Attorney May
He N oin in ccs.
in tly local lin'.l'lciit subject "is
i -..' r -il t'nc tl.iy.s nf nunc miiort.
;, '1. in tin- nriiipci t fur fusion uninnK
" nl i -Tiiiitm:in fiitcc!" for llic
i .itiiii.imn ni M full I In -I !
! K ' cll. tlic iluoft.iiii of tlif
, . .-i ni ii ic. cni Mlttemont
, . i1' mi'i ii ili.it the l'ruijivilvps
, ! It lllutll'
l i ! v.orui i 'nl I!oiiovoir.n pub.
r i ii. r tin is l:.ii' liciMi roil!ll'UOil .
,'. i ! v .,;.. t,i fi;.in, . specially
v "i 1 i-pti 1I n-.t ti- Muny of tlie
- ii t - f"l'nHi ri nf II. c r.J'rcllpnt
I . Hi i I I" l'c i' tll.lt ill ( he pi riper tlm
1 Vv I .. npcll li illUlllllPIlt llllll It is
r r n th.it Micro is .stiiing oppn
, .i Ho- i'tisrp.'l c ranks to the
- ,in. i.iki'II I iv the t'ulniiol frsv
. i .'i;.i the Kmc.' cniinty UoimMican
1 1 .'ii iuloiteil icioliitloii" ilcctar
i . i"' f ..iii-.ii
' ii i i l.i v or so sifter 'Hint o.
ii '' "lovet nnr Ttlnotli . I. Wooil.
' ' M'l of the !,riiirrc.iiv in Kltiss
i. iiil'eil on o.l'rot(li'iit Itnu.ie
u 'I .iiuueil fur fusion The o.
I. nt il.il not civc Mr Womliiiff
i ii. i. .r.iscnirnt. lut the fact tint
i.C'tin il Mi. Wondrnfl Muit Hie nub.
w it.M taken up laur iinil
ii il ii ilionuichly lias leil Mr.
w.i.ilruff i 'oin pt roller William A. I'rcii
r.i. t nml othcis f.-ioralilc to fusion
. i tint the c.pte.iilent mind
i" i i" satisfactory mid eonvincini;
I ' u nrf.t
i- - ri.un that the NVw York county
! ! il :r. ni -.mi, ilion. headed hy S.itn
1 s K'.riui i- tnst favorable to fusion,
i- ' i i-.intv in that orcaniz.tion he
f" il., i with t'lutrle.s S. Whitman as
o t i-.i n lantlldate fur Mayor mid
. . M"ir km the fusion candidate
1 !!' t Aitoine of .Vim York county
I iriiioi'iMtic city ticket would he
',. Itum-ilv defeated Mr. Whitman
i.- '.ii 1 ei n a regular nrsaniaition
' 'I il-llciii and Mils fart lia.s rnlpeii oh-
c "i him from t-omo of the .tal-
si- I'rnuri c wlio iukl5tf(l yestcr
'. '' i' they would oppose fusion to
i-i f ! the i.a.ion that tho ProKrrs-
pei i.illy outvoted the recular
I' i . iIi m j in every Ixirmmh of the
i n Nov cmboi lat.
I I'tiiiiri'hii feel that tliev are
e ' il t" tlic t .uululute for Major and
t H in. i;. puhlicatiM ilioulil he content
" ' i tin li-trn t Attorneyship, Mr.
V 'in.- and In friends, replying to that
"-i.fnnt. point out tiiat the recular
'. p ilihi-.m i.rcanlr.itlnni In all tho lmr-
c i ln... under the law. the conttol
r' i !- rU ct.im inaclilnery and election
h.Tri and that this control carries
Hi u the machinery to cet nut the
i'e on eleciion day. Further the rvp
' 'ai" ,ni'i that tin- I'roKressives would
I-- t oiiipelled to incur ureal expense in
"tiinatini; a tlcl.et of their own l
.Hun. wherca.s if tho rioeropvlve?
''i"ilil turn In with the HepuhlicutM
"niv the mosi ordlnaiy expenditures
n.ii Mie.-c Uepuhlicnn nrcuments did
ii" plias-e some of the cloet friends
i' Col Koo-evclt yestoiday. Thcso Pro
cieijine.s feaied that hv joinlnir hands
"h the l!epulicans they would lose
"i"ir identity as a political orinrnlza-
'ii As a matter of fact under the
''eiti'in law tin- I'ronroasl vps are not
t n political organization. K-rresl-''-nt
l:ooM'Vc;t was liorn In New York
and from the day he left Harvard
'"oil' ye thirl v nnd more years ago, he
l'-is partii'ipati d actively in many of inr
ni'in.. ijial campalsns.
s the candidate of the Republicans
f' ' M.iM.r nf New Torll city in JSS6 he
"hs defPrtted pv Mio reuular Democratio
mihiiaie. Ahr.im S. Hewitt, although
ii-n of the political e.petts nf the day
t koneil tlut Henry floors', the can-
hilate of the labor foil; that year for
'lUvnt. would diaw enough votes from
't" Democrats to elect lloosevolt. But
I 'liniiSli UooM-velt w.i defeated for
Ma".r the Identity of the Republican
is.iinzaiion was maintained, and com-
at inc to l :T in the three cornered
f fl t l-tween Kolwrt Van Wyck. Gen.
'.eni,niiin '. Ten y and Seth'l.ow the
I. -publicans went into that contest con-
ri' ed that they weie to b defeated,
h .' ili feu was far better In their JudR
'"iit Mian Jolnlnur hands with the
it.eni I'ninu people who were bhlnd
Thev,. precedents are now beinc re-i-ilK-d
i.v ox-'ie.iident Uoo.i-evelt and
i' hi." i ins,, to him, as the Colonel from
b .hnod days Iih.s teen all sntl
I'ninaiiy ami nnti-Iiepulilican orcan
'.'.n eventually swallowed by the
'nlar oianlaitlons nnd that this
''.'il'owim; prnee.ss wns always pro-
i d bv fiinon movements In which
- Miiallor nrjjiinisuitlons Joined, either
- i n t tho lippubllcans or acalnst
'iininy Col. Itooypvolt from his
' " ' d.i.s has witnessed the disln
i ...n nf many of these minor or--r
i' Ions, and iiiw rtislnt-r-allon wan
I ' 'ntiiclv to th. pi-icticil J'ifs of the
' ni .Identity of these minor or-
n ,i i.,n.s when they Joined In fusion
'ni ni.s asamst the common enemy,
"nin.iny or the Republicans.
'' I'.ooseveli and his friends nt the
i ' 'Mi Mm. do nut hep a Rood reason
lie ri'onressives, who overwhelm
i outvoted the icKtil.ir Itepulillcans
''i'l should join hands with the He
' .ins no.xt full nnd thus practically
- 'b. ,r political Identity.
rthc.'s. It was learned yesterday
' 'hoiisands of tlie tank nnd file of
' I'roKicsslve.s Insist on n fusion
uiont ne.M fall. As one of the Pro-
M' leaders explained the situation
' ' '' " ntnU nnd tile It was as follows:
" ! i. ink and lllo voters are Just
" ' an, in as any of the voters attached
mo loi tunes of Tummuny Hall or the
. Republican organization In nil
bni ciiiyhs. They see an opportunity
poke their naloohos under tho pu
ll pi counter, and they u II want
iind hutih chunks of It. They be.
' the Taiiimiiiiyllcs and tho He
"ii turn now in oflleo in the city kov-
uii'iii utcause 01 inn itision move-
Ill 111 101,11 !,.. I....1 ,.11 lm .Ia wtiriu- I
,,, ttivv ,l,4,- llt.u .ill ill. .J i , n -
nnd that there should he a dis
tribution of the pie.
'n other words our people want the
j ml they cannot yet this pie without I
uu hands with the Republicans nnd
hi' ' Tainnniny lorces next Novem
" .Many of the Progressives In our
rnKa hi.e joined this movement tor
iii y .it iii i
iii ir . . sf. t iii i
H . v VMM
ft. r. I
no other purpo.-e than Its posjlbllltles I
In the way of material political reward.
We thoroushlv under-t.ind that sltua-
tlon nnd we must do something ti ap
pease th hunser of followers who don't
believe in soutlle tioiitics. Thev want
the ofllci'S and In the very near future
till sentiment w.ll become so pro-
nounced tint 1 beueve Col. Roosevelt
toil "iiivi.i uii rtic ninv suppiseu 10 ne
arrayed anainst the policy of fusion will
see a new llcht In order that we may
renin the support of thousands of
voters who believe in cettlns there and
who don't see through the fine distlne- '
lions of party principles, reallzlni; that 1
their votes count Just u.s much as those
of the idealists "
The same spirit. It was appertained,
infests tlie rank and (be of .ill th Re
publican nrcnntiatlon In New York.
Klncs. Queens. I'.ichnvmd and The
Hronx It wis stated xory positlvelv
yctenlay bv those con errant with tlie
situation that President Koeni and the
heads of nil the lmrnticli Republican
orcanizatlons woukl not dare refuse
their followers fusion, for It Is these fol
lowers who sustain the. orcanlzatlon,
and they believe In material and rjulek
returns for their labors In the shape
of offices. The conclusion wms. there
fore, reached by those familiar with the
situation that within a short time a
movement will be IniuiKurated looklni?
to a fusion of all anti-Tammany forces
U was the opinion, candidly ex
pressed, of eminent Tammany men that
if tills fusion Is effected the Democratic
city ticket will be overwhelmingly de
feated next fall
GAYNOR'S ASSASSIN DEAD.
HalUrfier I) Ira nf Pareil at the N'rrr
.lerey Plate Asylnra.
Trenton, l'eb ' James ! Gallagher,
who shot Mayor (iynor on the tranihli
Kaiser Wilhelm ler iroi" on ucuf 9,
19to, died in the State a-yltim to-day of
paresis Gallagher has been In the hospital
about a er, having been removed from
the State prison because of III health
.lonmi .f ftallnfrher u.ift nnee nn nmnlnrM
of th Department of Docks, but had lo-ti""" Stanley of Kentucky. Trlhbl- of
his Job. Th staootins: happened Jut Georsla, Russell of Missouri, Calllway of
before th ship was to le.ivo its dock for Texas and Goodwin of Atkansas. called
Rurope, with -Mayor fin ynor on board , on Gov. Wilson to-dav nnd urped the
The Mayor wa islanding ron deck, talking I appointment of c P. Barrett, president
w th hiii son and a numher of ptomlnent . ,, .. ' , ' ' ,r lulnl
fin,i,.e o nn .h ,i.in,.nH of 'Tirmers I nlon of America, a
men when Gallagher got on the ship and
strolled up to the group. He edued Ins
wav over to the Mayor, and with a hoarse,
"ou have robbed me of my bread and
butter, youl" he pulled a revolver and
Big Hill Kdwards grasped Gallagher as
the Mayor fell into the arms of Koberl
AUauiMin i.uvrarus nung uauacner io
the deck, but the latter fired two morn
s iott! nelore tlie gun was wresieu irom nun
Gallagher was sentenceil to twelve ears
Imprisonment, hut a year later his health
broke down and he was transferred to the
IT'S REALLY AN ANTI-FAT CLASS,
nm . err port
Nurroi'.r. Feb. More society women
are flocking to Join the Swedish training
cluss organized hern bv Mr Hughes,
inlfo of Paymaster William N. Hughes,
V. S N , of the naval training station here.
If the rush continues Mrs Hughes may
In. vn in si it 1 1 the i-!n Into I nn
The Idea cauio lo Mrs. Hughes from
seeing the benefits of the system of training
to the naval apprentices, I
The iiotiml loiinniion of the women a
class will be accomplished this week, Meut
.1. It. Morrion, who is in charge nf tho
training syi-tuni at Mm sintton, has con
sented to Instruct the women.
'1 be training system consists of numerous
arm and lug movements mid banding and
breathing exercises, For tho women's
class a system of dieting will be Included,
chiefly for flesh reducing
The matter of Just how strict n diet will
be adopted is to lie taken up at the first
meet lug oi the class, elt her to-morroiv after
noon or Wednesday
A heady more Mian adoen society women
have volunteered for the course
The"Survival of the Fittest"'
applies in the motor truck
industry as in every other
field of human endeavor.
GMC trucks are fit because
they are built in 42 models
25 electric, 17 gasoline
to meet the needs of every cUu
of haulage and delivery service.
Gewmul" Motors truck Oa
TIIIT n AITJO f I DTITETT
WIIhMIII H llAhUlril
" 1UWVA1 " Wfllllllil
FAR FROM SELECTED
(iOVfM'linr STS Iff Hasn't lad(
I'p His Mind on a Sinplc
Pr.tsiT.Tos Feb. 3. Pi esidnt. elect
Wilson to-nlsht settled all utierances
on his Cabinet in tho followlnc woids:
"I hae not. made up my mind on a
sinple Cabinet poltlon, no matter what
statements may appear In any of the
Tlie Covornor's attention had Iwen
called to published statements all over
the country nsslKnlm; this and that
statesman to his official fnnitl. He
was emphatic In his statement and
lather intimated that when the an
nouncement does come It will be for
about every position.
When he does decide upon any per
son for a Cabinet portfolio he intends
to write to that person a personal let
ter invltlnc him to join the administra
tion. When all have accepted the an
nouncement will be made. When he" was
Informed to-niKht that there was likely
to be a leak from some delighted states
man after acceptance but before the
missive could reach Trenton or Prince
ton a little flicker came into his eves
land Iii said:
i "I don't see any way of stopping that
except hy relylnK on then men to re-
! spect my wishes. I can't cive nut their
names before they have accepted. That
Isn't my way of dolns thlnes. 1 have
1 to be myself and 1 can't act as if t
were some one else. I can t Cve out
mines wnien are in confidence "
The way In which tho Governor said
this conveyed th Impression that It
will be Just as well as if the other men
A delegation composed of Conrresj.
Georgian, as Secretary of Agriculture.
Charles G. Heifner of Wasxi'.nKton.
who claims to be the original Wilson
man In the Northwest, cami to arrange
a conferenre with the President-elect
regarding Alaskan affairs. The Gov.
ernor said he would let the matter lie
. .... h. h A h t
(,Nrr n' art been svorn In.
Gov. Osborne of Michigan, who was
onP of t)) -pn i(ltt? Governors"
, that pilgrimaged to Oyster Bay hut who
f"! J0i,e,' J.!cr.,,,h"canrf!rty
rni. iMV. V IMVUrvi VUI ruill'll, III IJt'lI II
I pay his respects to Gov Wilson, for
wnom ne professes Rrent admiration,
Gov. Osborne and Mr". Osborne will
sail on Thursday for r years travel
TWO TEXANS LOOK TO CABINET.
Friend of ItepreienlMlres Henry
and flnrleion In Flint.
Washing ion. Feb, .1 - 'I he Texas delega
lion In Congress Is now embroiled In one
of the liveliest little scraps for a place in the
Cabinet that ha ever been wllnessd in
HepresenUtlve Robert Ii Henry has been
Indorsed by his friends for appointment
as Attorney-General. He Is understood
to have the support of William .1. Ilrjan.
Representative Albert S Hurleson has
alto been groomed for (.'ablnei honors.
The methods adopted by the friends of the
rival candidates to bring the claims nf their
favorilles for preferment to the attention
of the President-elect rn entirely dis
similar. Thirteen members of the Texas delega
tion have written to (3ov Wilson Indorsing
Mr. llenrv. (Inn inernher rerti,il l
on Mm ground that he thought such a course
wouiu nun rainer inn ne n .nr iiettrv'M
I cause. So 1 etas member has willleo'to
i tha President-elect In behalf of Mr. Hi ll'lwani.
In what form Mr. Iltuleson's candldsay him
neen prcsenreu iohov, vvuson is not known,
Warrant fur Archnold Her.
It was learned yesterdny that the
warrants for the arrest of John 1),
Archbold nnd Ii, C. I'olKi'i' nre heie
from Dallas, Tex., where, the .oil men
were Indicted by tho Federal Grand Jury
for conspiracy to violate tho Hherman
law. Tho authorities hero nre awaiting;
word from Attorney. General Wicket -sham
before making arrests,
Oarabler Paroled for Kle Years.
If Daniel Collins gambles or enters a
gambling house in the neit five yea is he
will go to .Sing Ming for fiom one to two
jears, (hat is, it' Judge Hvvann of General
Kesslons finds It nut Collins sworn yester
day to rnfiain fiom either act and in con.
seipience walked out of court free after
pleading guilty m a common gambler.
J. P. TUMULTY TO BE
Has AH imI in Snmo Capacity
Sincp Hesrinninf: of New .lor
mv (itivcrnor's Torm.
1.0NU ACTIVE IN POIilTtCS
A ill SrloHcd by I'rpsiriont-HcH
1 ii Lawyer anil n I'rojrros
TtiKsroN l'eb. 3 freslileiit-elect Wll
suit aniiii.inofd to-day that he h.is
M'lei'i'd Joseph I'. Tumulty of Jersey
t'li .is Ids sccietary. Mr. Tumulty was
sei-rei;irv to the tiovernor prior to No
vember 1 of l.tst j ear. when he was
named as Clerk of the New Jersey
Supreme Court. He has continued his
duties us .secretary since t lint time
The Covernot's announcement was
brief. U'i.houi any Indication as to
wlrtt was i-iming he called the corro
sponden:s into his otllce, and said.
"Joseph I'.itrlck Tumult of Hudson
county wl.; be my secretary at Wash
ington, You may say for mo that I
expressed the preatrt Krntlttcatlon at
his wMlliu;nes to assume the duties of
that office '
I'.obert Adainson. Mayor Oaynor's
secretary who ins ,ieen frenuently
mentioned for the place, happened to be
in Mr. T iimtii: v s otllce ,i't ,lie time the
iiniio.incemeni was made. He was cu.i
pratulntlni; Mr Tum.ilty a minute later
Dudley Field Maloiie. a nephew of Sen
ator O'Ciorm.m and .i campaigner for
'he Governor since tho latter flr.s, en
tered politics, also had been frequently
mentioned for the place, as had
Josephus Daniels and Thomas .1. Fence,
who was assistant to National Chair
man McCombs during tho cAtnpalcn
It ! believed that till three of these men
wlil receive appointments
Two davs after Gov. Wilson was
elected to the Presidency a resume of
the vote In New Jer-ov was printed In
Tun Si n with observations on his p-o.
pectlve appointments. The prediction
was then made that Mr. Tumulty would
bo appointed secretary. His relations
with ti'iv. Wilson have been most con
fidential Joseph Patrick Tumtiltv. President s
secretary after March 4. Is ho! known
n Joe Tumulty In Jersey City, where
he lives not far from the house nhete
he was born.
His selection for the difficult place as
the White House buffer between Mr.
W.lsnn nnd tile hordes of people who
wll, have busine.- wiih the President
was due to Mr. WiNon's petuiine a'l
louud liking for Joe. as he calls him.
tils Implicit confidence in the ynunx
man and a deep conviction tint the
progressive Democrat possesses the
head and tile ability for tlie Job
Mr Tumulty will be the youngest
sec.etary any Presiih ni has ever had.
He Is in h:s thirty-third ear and en
Jo.vs tlie distinction of belns the father
of six children. He Is a Invvver by pro
fession, a Wilson Democrat in po.ltlcs
and a Itonun Catholic in religion.
Mr Tumulty was private secretary to
Mr. WiNon from the beginning of h s
teiin as Governor ..f New .lersev .n
J.uuian. 1011. until November. KM.'
whin the Governor mail him cleik of
the Supteme Court for a term of five
car.s at an annual snlarv of ti?.lon.
Ji.OflO more than he li d been reteiv ng
Ills Statewide Hcqua.ntance made
him n ry usef ji man in tlie Gov -ernnr's
ollUe nnd his familiarity with
tlie ofttinie peculiar workings of New
Jersey s politicians nnd his Unovvledce
of State affairs, cleaned from four yens
experience as a member of the As
M'tnblv . were nf steal value to a Guv
ernor wl'u-o dealings with things politi
cal had never been Intimate up.to the
time of hi election.
The new secretarv was one of thlr
tfen chllilten of Philip Tumulty, a
Jersey City real estate operator, who
came to America from Count v Ca an.
Ireland, si.tv vats a wo. He was but n
on Mav .1. IsSft. in tlie old Fifth wniri.
where bo.vs begin to talk politics at an
early age. and was reared In an atmos
phere of politics. His father was rated
as a Democratic power in b.s watd
back In the 'Sus. serving two years In
the Assembly nnd one as a member of
the old Jetsev Ci.v Hoard of Pobt'c
Woiks Tue ehlei Tumulty nfti.n man:
fested a disposition to ho "Independent "
which the party Iiosj..s called "k.rl..ns
over tlie t ccs" nnd Joe Tutuultv
"progre.ssiv eness" In h:s brief pol.tio.il
career is believed bv imny of his
friends to have been inheilteri in part
from lus father.
Mr. Tumulty was always looked upon
as one of tlie brightest, boys of St
llrldget's parish, tlie majority of the
members of which come from tin- dais
and tlie tenements. Ho Attended St.
Hride's sihuol. now out of existence
and St. Hrldcot's parochial school, bcinc
graduated in June, Hit, from St.
Peter's Colli'Ko In Jersey City, an Insti
tutlon maintained by the Jesuit fathets.
After leaving St. Peter's he entered in
turn tho law olllces of tlie late Flavel
McGee, Collins .t Corbln, and John J.
Mulvanev, n'l Jersey City lawyers, and
was admitted to the New Jersey bar as
an attorney at law In ISO'.'.
Mr. Tumulty was married In the fol
lowing year to Miss Mnry Catherine
Byrne, daughter of Patrick Hyrne. n
church carpenter anil builder. The
happy pair now live In the old Hyrne
homestead with their six children.
As soon as Tumulty was old enough
to vote he affiliated himself wltli the
regular Democratic orsaiilzntlon. of
which the late Hob Divls, one of the
old style political bosses that Gov.
Wilson later put out of business, vvas
fur many years the undisputed lender.
Davis admired the younit man's ability
as a sperchmaker nnd picked him out
ns rising young Democrat who would
shed lustre on the machine. In those
days it was Impossible for any Demo
crat to get n nomination without
Davls'.s consent. .Mr. Tumulty, living;
In the Fifth ward, where they get tlie
political Itch early In life, announced
that he wanted some experience in the
Assembly and Davis lot him go In
Ho had not been a lawmaker lung;
before he begun to do things In a
pronrresslve way that didn't please tlio
boss and he frequently heard from
Davis. Ho served four years in thn
Legislature, frequently joining with
Republican progiesslves In the support
of measures not favored by the bosses;.
Ho never bru'vo with the Democratic
organization, however, but consistently
maintained his party regularity
Mr. Wilson had an eye on Mr, Tumul-
ja aland In the legislature long before
lie ever thought seriously of being Gov
ernor of New Jersey, but he never met
the young man until shortly after the
Gubernatorial campaign In 1010 go'
well under way From that time on they
were close personal friends.
WESTCHESTER RATES SOON.
Hp-Mate P. ., Commission Says De
cision Is Being- Phrased.
At.mNT, Feb, 3. -The up-State Public
Serv ice Commission to-night answered the
inquiry of the ."mate as to why the West,
cluster i utility commutation oases lnoIv
lug passenger rates of the New Yotk Cen
tral ami New Haven railroads liml not
o"ni decided, Tlie commission s.i that
the decision was arrived at two woks aga
nnd nothing further remains but to woik
out tlie language of the decision. The
bunion of proof vvas put on tlie lallioads.
and when thev had coneluiled their cases
further bearings vvete mljuunii'il until Hie
cotiiil:r.njtis weie ready to go on
"As ,i mutter of fact." s.iys the com
mission In its answer, "seveiul months
(lapsed without receiving any such noil
fleitloii ami tltiHliv tn the autumn of l!Ml
tlie commission on its own motion n
po. tiled fill tlier hearings In oidn that
some cotieUis.on might be reached. The
final submission was bud on June :o, nil",
up to which time tlie nises had been pro
gressed ti. the commission as tapldly as
The commission calls attention to the
ciiuimiius volume of business since, these
cases were silbni'tle.l and adds:
"Fo lots as the fliitles impose,) upon
tills commission are us nuinetous as at
pivsetit neither th l.egislatuie nor the
public nn expect thai case.s so Important
and so Involved us these can be decided
Willi that pmnipttttide. which ought to Im
expected where undivided attention could
be given to them "
WILL TRY TO BREAK
THE GARMENT STRIKE
(is" Washable Suit Ma n u Cue
Hirers Will Open IMaecs
The llovs' Washable Suit Manufactuiers
of New York, whose r.'.OUO employees aie
out in the piesetit garment strike, met
yesterday at the nro.uiw.iy Central Hotel
to make arrangements for reoieninR the
shops under the protection of puurds
It was slid that some of the shops were
o'ned yesterday with strike bloaters
and returned strikers
Louis Dorfman. lawyer for these manu
facturers, sji'l that they will rais a fund
to provide guards for the shops and in the
meantime they will lie open to-day
At the heidqliarters of the I'nited
Garment Worker in the Bible House i
it was -slid that the balloting; on the
question of the acceptance of the agree
ment entered into lietween the conference
committees of the Pn'itod Manufacturers
and Merchants ssociatlon and the union
is'lbieet tin referendum vote of the strikers
will ls't;in tn-moirow Joseph Manning,
the publicity agent for these strikers,
said that no attention will lie paid to the
rump meetings called without authoriza
tion at which the agreement was turned
down by a vive voce vote
Sinking; girl pickets were out at the
kimono, wrapper nnd whitegood shops
in spite of the snow and rain
Miss Gertrude Barniim, publicity agent
for the girl strikers, addressed a meeting
of Jewish rabbis. Unitarian minister
ami others at the Citv Club on the advan
tage!, of the protocol in labor industries
as ehown hv the operation of tlie protocol
i in the cloal. md suit industry
i ictor Hot n r. the Socialist candidate
. from Wisconsin, addressed n mass meet
ing of girl strikers in he afternoon at
) Kessler Theatre, Second avenue and
"lour tight is not alone for the New
York union of vour organization," he said
"It is a light for the workers of America
nnd for humanity "
llnliles tiiarnnllne In AlleKben- i'n.
U.msv l'eb .1- State yimniislonet of
Agi 11 allure t ulvin J liuson to-ilsv ordered
a stni't niiiirniillne over Mleghenv county.
w liere mere is aiiepmeniiooi rallies in it Inch
one neat ii. itMt ot a iwetve-yer.oiit Hoy
who was bitten by a mad dog on December
In. bus lesiiltrd
OWES MANY CLUBS.
some l.lnbllltlen of Hx-Sennlnr Mnler
ns nmrd In naiikrnptr .
Samuel S Maler. a lawyer of 55 Libert r
tr.ei. a well Utiown liepiililican politicisi;
mid foruierlv a S'ale Senator. hHS filed
petition in bankruptcy Hie liabilities
Hre given as fl'.i.MV. ol whleb IS. Pin is
ssrured by shar-'s of sto 1; of tlie Carnegie
I Trust Coiiipan and J 1.V03 is unsecurefl
I lie assets nre t 4 'tlii
iiion v t he oreduors are t h Cafe Mndrid
$1 !io. t.hiitohlirs. J)7ti Hi.Matioby I'reres,
I.T ho. Harlem Iteiiiiblicati Club. I.liV Pe-
PUblionn i lull of thet'itv of Nov Vork, ;.'.
letnrsi ttepnixiCHtl iuo, 9 , -n. Moriing
lieoubllcan ( lull. S.'i. I wentv-llllltt ss..ni-
blv Disfrni Ceimbl an I bib. 14 .Vi Cornell
it'iver-uv inio n.'.io I'm iianitiui neita
I lub. l". Niinlitlialt Lodge, ill Svlvnn
th.iiuet 11 i M . $:..'.o, all for dues.
.Ml Ma1" tin- prattised law in this citv
sitne !!' lie was a Senator in I9H and
ran' He was m the Assembly in I t9 and
GIBSON S NEW TRIAL IN MAY.
Attorney lllrter lall linn et-naeil
of KIIIIiik Una bw.
iosuix. I'eli. :i Hit t toll W (illlson,
who is contlneil In t be count y jail here await
ing a seionil trial on the charge nf causing
the death by strangulation of Mis Iloa
Moiiscluli Siilio, while Ihey weie out in
n boat on (ireemvood Lake on July lit. re-
eiveo ii visu iroiii ins nitorney, iiouert
II Elder of .Vow Nork. vesterilav
Tins whs Llder's (list lsit lo (loshen
slliie the jury was discharged hy Judge
loinpiiins alter tney lauen to agree last
District 1lornev-J. n Wilson. .Ir si.n.l
to-day that (ilbson would be tried again on
tlie siune ciiarge at ewiiurgli ntul May,
Sheriff Can't Find Kvelfn Than.
Sheriff llarburiier confessed yesterday
i hat his stun" has failed lo obtain informa
tion as to the residence of llvelyn Neshitl
Thaw An execution for $2,noo on a Judg
ment obtained by (iorliam A Co lor article
purchased during the second trial of Harry
K. Thaw is in the Hherltl's hands Ilepulv
Sheriff Mayrorth heard that Mrs, Thaw was
living in a studio building near Times
Sqiim,., nnd he has been hunting there
ubout without hiincess,
Prayer Service fur SaffraarUt.
Incident to the suffrage campaign will
lie a service of prayer next Sunday after
noon at the Church of Hie Messiah, Park
avenue and 'I hirty-fourth street The
pastor, the llev. John llavnes Holmes,
will make a short ndtlress, followed by a
prnver for guidance for the siiffragfatH
and victory in 1015,
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
The anllscptlc powder lo be shaUrn Into the sheea
1 you want rrt and romfnrt for tired, arhtnr.
swollen, sweating feet, ute Allen's Foot-Flue. It
rrtlrv r rorns and bunions of all pain and prevents
iillttrrk, sore anil callous .pots. Just the thine for
""trhig Parties. I'atrnt Uather Shoei. and for
illsrntrrynf the ae. Try It lo-dai. Sold every-
S.".Y.r..' "on ""P' "'J tuosntut: for
Vlll't" trial vm n'i mm mMrt A II - u '" .
Is Hoy, N. V.
I. S. Hoard's Order In Western
Tnion Grants All That
STOPS I'NFAIR CKAHUKSl
After .March 1 Will Not Have to I
Pay for Extra Words on
Ai.iuvv . l'eb. 3 In relation to the or
del of tlie np-Stnte Public Service Com
mission piuhlbltlng the Western I'nlon
Telegraph Company from chniglng "
cents a word for the woid " la" nnd Mi"
name of tile place nccessatlly added
when messages nre to be transform!
to the Western I'nlon for transmission
to destinations not reached by the Postal
lines, the Western I'nlon company is
toqulred to iidvlse the commission by
l'Vhrunry IT whether or not It will
obey the order
The Postal company now receives
messages nt competitive points for
points at which 11 has no oltlce. but
nt which tho Western I'nlon has olllces.
The Postal transmits the message to
Its own offlcc that Is nearest to the
point of delivery, and nt such otllce
transfets the message to the Wstern
I'nlon nnd pns for the transmission
from there to the point of address, the
Western l'lilon charging the regular
rate between the point nt which il re
ceives tlie message nnd the point nt
which it Is deliveied. In addition to
this tegular charge the Western I'nlon
charges for the words referred to.
On November 1911. Hie commission
made an older diioctlng the Western
I'nlon to desist from charging the
Postal for the ot iglnnting nddross nml
date upon transferred telegrams in all
cases whore no charge is made for the
otlglnatlug address nnd dues upon
telegrams delivered to tlie Western
I'nlon company originating at the point
In the case now decided end also
that decided in Novembei. 1911. tlie
commission hold that the dial go oMtcted
was unjust nnd disct Itnlmitory. In the
proceeding of 1!M1 the Western Cnion's
answer wa that tho additional charge
was not for the name of tho originat
ing point of tho message nnd the
originating date of the mesage. but
was for the words nddi.il nt tho point
of transfer to Indicate that point. Willie
the hearing was going on the Western
I'nlon changed its position nnd claimed
that the words charged for tvere the
original point and date Tlie decision
In the first case was against the
Western I'nlon. but after the decision
the company made new rule, under
which it now charges for the words
added at the point of transfer nnd cuts
down the number of words from four
or five to throe.
In the hearings of the second com
plaint, now passed upon, the Postal as
serted that the change of rule was
merely to obey the decision of the com
mission, and this contention was sup
ported by the fact that thtougliout the
Order a case
Tel. 170 Plaza
OLDEST LAGER BEER
When hcjinti-TEg: for hsflp 1st
do your worrying for you
ITS S N V E S T E G A T,E D EMPLOYMENT
DEPARTMENT saves you aBD the ilonme and!
temper whiich yct2 oiisedl to wastte 5r! looking
up applicants' references.
Maids, Nurses '
OUR EXPERT INVESTIGATORS
under the supervision of the Bureau of
Social Requirements Agency, study your
needs verify all references, by personal
calls and question blanks select the best
applicants and arrange for their meeting
you. Your final choice is made easy.
Rates are $2 for five lines or less, additional
lines 10 cents each.
CALL UP BEEKMAN 2200
with your advertisement or mail it to
THE EVENING SUN
! 170 Nassau Street
BM P LO Y ME N T
DEPARTM E N T
Thrift in Building
There Is mora opportunity for
exercising thrift In .1 building op
eration than most men imagine.
The difference between waste
and thrift depends on the char
acter of supervision Riven the
The supervision which we give
to planning and to construction
is the kind that makes for thrift.
A tek, Jiittihtfit ,'Af efwn Sirtle
Csflfsaci AftOnd of BuiUing, on ttqtittt,
7 EAST 4th ST.. NEW YORK CITV
BOSTON NEW HAVEN CHICAGO
test of the I'luii'd Slates a nrw tide
wns promulgated nboul the sumo time
I by tlie Western I'tilon thill Ibc Unco
(Aim words clitilgod for slnu id b, the
place nml Slntu of the orimn of the
'message and the wonl "v i.i '
It was shown Mint tho Posur ioni
pany had never made nr. . arge fir
xl i a words on transferred tip's; ants,
that the Ureal Northwestern Telogrnp i
Company makes no such charge and
that by reason of the discrimination
I against It hy the Western I nion It hud
been obliged to discontinue transmitting
messages fart way because the ot"i
charge together with the Inn! eltnrg
, of the Western I'nlon amounted
'more than was received f't
The decision of the collllll ssnn lust
(Ilia. ! fol hid- tlie iuipiis.tioii of the
lehnige for n its- wolds ntlentlatit upon
,n transfer of messagrs fiom one com
pany to the oilier nnd is il complete
j victory for the Postal lompany The
j order Is effoctlve on March I
, FOUR MURDERERS MUST DIE.
(in-, sulrr It ef uses lo "In? Their
iiim. 1'i'b 3 Hov. Sill7.tr tii-il.ii re
fused to stin the law In the on -es o' four
murdems who me t-niiilrmunl to dn dur
ing the week of I'elirllaiv In
' The omlenitK d men nre Piedrtu I.
1 Hullii. murder-1 of I'lmtlis l..oiiiinl of
IHrookvlew. liriirselner count. In VugtiM.
UM1, (ieorge Mlsliop. Who lllllpli 1 1 il .Mis.
Morgan t Hell of Hionl.bi' o . tobn-.
pit:. Dnnato Cardlllo. who kilted St. plieti
II DVkson of Ossinlng 'n Ma. CMS. ani
Joseph Harfnlo, who klUol Ins vvifi at
llag.unan. Suffolk iminti. in Jin. 'Ml
OUR STOCK OF MONEY.
;t,T I .",T:t I, .Ml I on I'oh. I In I Iroii
Intlon. sum,. Ilnlc. X.'t.::.-. I.I'.UU.IH !t.
W.vsitlve.TOV l'eb :l --The iniiiitli.v '
J dilution stateiient for Jnnuaiv i Mini bv
I the Tieiisury I'epiu tnienl to-dav tnnvs
in general stoil, of iiionev in tii. 1'iiilid
States on Pehiiiaiv I to be $n Tt.". 73 l..'ii'il,
I against r..TI'.'."l'..'n'.T mi .lanuaiv In Id
I In the Treasure as nsrits of tin liovoin
' mem, J.till.lti;.";..'. IS on l-Ybru.irv 1 us
against 3H 31 97 on Jniuiat v Moinv
In i irciilntlon. Jlt.aS t.Si'.'i.iil li on Coin ii.n i'
I as against 13. 33a "IT.riso on J.muaiy -,
, .t."..:9 ? IVbruary '. I'M: and
v.'.'.;:i Jauuarv 1. 17;
RRF.WERY IX AMERICA.