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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
FIGHTS COAL ROADS
Slieniwin l.nw suit lli'miii nl
Trenton. X. on hiickn
LITJOATIOX TO HK TKST
Will lie Pimm-Atlonii'j-
WA5M1.NOTON, I'Yb lit Till- llcp.ir'-
ment or .tuvtlce renewed tn-itov l' tls'i'
agalnM the iintlir.ii 'to t.uui.i.i when l
filed in tho t'tiltcd Slut.'. Dl-trlc. t'otir
at Trenton, N I. h .-mi mult-!- i
Sherman antl-triit l.m .ic:iin.i t lie
Delatvale, l,.ieti.iviann.i .mil We.stern
RallroHil Company .1 nil the Helniv.ire,
I.ackaunnn.i nml Western Coal t'oin
pany Thlo s.itt a.lecp.i not wily nidation
of ihi Shrrnun nnti-tmt i.iw hut a
violation of tin c miniodlty clause of
the Interstate ivinmerce net. It rep
resent.' an effort on tne part of the
Goernmi,nl to iIIkkoIvo the nrr.inue
ment made by t tt . - r.ii.ro.id in 1&0. by
which It met the prohibition In the
commndltli J ei.ni.'o .i,'nn.-t any r.ill
roail tr.itP'periins m lntftft.it" com
merce 1 o.i purchased b it of pro
flurtd hi it mine."
The r.ilir.Md i.-nip.ini me' thli -it.i.i-tlnn
b.i ori.-anu.nE .1 separate corporation
to conduct the 1. i-lne?. nf liiiiiis. mln
Ins .mil e'.iltm 1 ;lie .-Pu'MioMeri
0' which were .iibss.i:itl,tlly th name ,h
tho?.' of the r,Hlri..id eomp.itiv.
Involved In the mil. 01 l.eim to-ila
1 therefore a general ti.-t of ti. means
of meeting the iiihibltl.in of the cum
modi!!.'!, cl.iusi and Hie ii..t
nppl.i to other anthracite roads ivh'ih
have organized ,h'lr .-. i.-t I piniluclnu
The .nin tiled to-dav h,. ai.n aniither
Important MmiinV.nne The Supreme
Court of the I nlteil States In It." recent
decision In th- anthracite ca.-en dl.s
mls.ied vitlmut prejudue tun .ha.ce.v
In the ll.'icrnmelll s lietltiun Thi.v,
relate I llrsi in flu. all..i...,i ,.l,lmi'11
of the i-.imtn.,. ..i..- u i ...i'd which led up to his ann-niim ment
the Hlli'ced violation. of the S!u : man !
anti-trust law through ownership 1
the Heading inmpany of the I'.ntia'.
Hallro.ul of NYw .!cre and b the'
Krle of the New Vorli, Susipichantia and !
I lie f-uprenie I nun fall'd t.i pa 01
these iuei..ns lii,hi,. ,t heM th..; tli. v
were n.it p.oprrli .ncliided In t.n'
charge of a gincial eon-piracy by th
Bnthr.ulte rnad l:i tvstio'ttt of tt.tde.
To-day 's action by the Attorm -t bui
ral show. his Intention of tijlng out
the first MU'stlon which th' Supreme
Court failed to pass upon and it I ue
eepted here a- . ertam that the owner
ship by the Ite.'dmg of the Centra!
of New .leiM'y .mil ,j ii .;Ml. ,, tv.
New York, Sunitit banna and We-'ioin
will again be pistioni'd In the couiii
These are the two fi-atlire of tile te-
cent anthracite eu.-es which iuti. must
illsturblng to the bi.. sines. anil tliun
clal Inteiests uf ihe eountri .
The Government i,i its petitjui n.sU
that the i niirts adjudge tint the l)i la
ware. Lackawanna ami Western hii
not in a lna lido wa divested
of all interest in the n.,,1
from others or prodin eil by It imj that
Its transportation of this ma I. own
though title has nominally passed to
the coal company, has i on..titutei an
unlawful transportation of the com
modity The Department of Justice aks that
the defend. i t be enjoined from forth, r I
transporting any anthiaclti' coal wlilli '
Is the product of mines o-.Vtleil by the I
railroad company or purchased by It '
from others and sold, transfei red or de
livered to the defendant coal conipan.i
In pursuance of the standing agreement
with that company.
In the fourth place the petition ask
that the court udjitiice the existing
arrangement and agreement between I
the railroad and the coal lompuny In I
violation of the Sherman law. I
The (Jovcrnmeiu charge thai the
freight charges on coal especially to
New York llirbor. are ices.lie, and
that the Delaware, l.nck.iwnnna and
Western has monopolized mole than
SO per cent, of the entire pioductlon
along Its line. and has gneii it th"
power arbitrarily to tlx pi lies at points
not reached by another railroad.
The suit against the D. law.ire. Lacka
wanna and Western twin companies is
the fourth proceeding under the Sher
man anti-mist law tiled by Atiornei
General Wickersham this week The
ethers were against the so. called Shoe
Last trust, the Chicago Hoard of Tiad"
And the Cleveland Stoi.e trust It Is
understood the Department of .Instal
ls preparing a further lesacy of anti
trust actions for the YVlKon adminis
trations. AGAINST LAWS FAVORING WOMEN
ruvllller Rill I'rohlblls ll l)l
Al.ni.vr, l-'eb. 13. - A concurrent reso
lutlon proposing an amendment to the
fitatp Constitution prohibiting the Legis
lature from enacting laws making any
discrimination between the sexes In
i elation to personal, civil or propert.i
rights was introduced bv Assemblyman
Cuvllller to-dav. It proi Ide that all
such laws at the time the amendment
takes effect shall be null and void un
less lestid rights are thetehy alfectid.
A number of laws now discriminate
In favor of women In regard to such
matters as dower rights, alimony and
SCOTT LET JAIL THIEVES GO.
'I'ells Siilrr iiiooils.loo Mr 'I'IiookIiI
lle t fn lil ii ('inn lei (irnflers.
Al.lUN'l. I'eb H Col. Joseph I''.
Htotl. Superintendent of I'rlsons, tuld
the Sul.er eonimissiun of Inipury to-day
that he did not prosecute the employees
of Clinton prison at Daniieumra who
were discharged for thleni biiauso
he thought It im M I IH be Impossible to
secure a Jury or Judge In the county
Mho uould convict them.
It dcieloped nt tho hearing to-day t
that u Keeper hail talten a cartload of
Articles of larlmis uses and sizes from
the prison, and eien though ho con
fessed to Col. Scott escaped jiroecu
tlon. sniiiu lliiiiilnleao lllnlsler III,
J-'i iiiii'lsco S. I'eynailo, Minister from
fhinto linniiiigo to the Cnited Males, Is
111 the t'l'elleh llnslltal follow n.g a
minor opciation It was s.m.i , .
day that he would soou be ai '. in m.
turn to Washington, iihei. , t , . , ,;.
Illg negotiations hetueell 111. Iln. .o .
can (iovernment and the l iute.i siateo
Jjpmitnd his attention.
THERE IS NO EXCUSE
for Idle capital when the safest and
most convenient ! utment Is ob
Our Guaranteed First Mortgage
Certificates enable you to Invest
any sum from $200 up.
They arc as safe as Government
or New York City Bonds and they
yield 4' Income clear.
So investor has ever lost a dollar
Capital S Surplus, ,)), (HOl
1 76 B way. N. Y. 1 73 Remten St., D'Hiyn.
3S0 Fulton St., Jamaica.
YOUNG ASTOR FINDS
LIFEWORK ON FARM
Tclh (loxri'iior Mil.Pi' Hp Will
1st' Ithhirrliff for Ailvniicp
incut of Aurieillliii'P.
VOCATION A H AIM PROHl.K.M
Cmi filter, Sulpi'. Spoilt Xiylit
in "People's Hoiim" ami
rin.ill.v CIiom' Kuriniiii:.
Aims v. IVli 13. Vincent A.nor has
, tied upon nsricultiire nti'l the niiinane
' ment of the Astoi farm at HhlntclilT
mi the IIikNmii as htM life work. At the
! f.ll'lll iNpeiimentf Will be i ondiieteil for
I the benefit of every farmer in the conn-
trv. aci urilini; 'to (im Stiller, who .-mmI
to - d.u that He ioimm iI tne vinini; man
I to eniiirace this location. oun Astor
reieiitiy came tu AIUin to innfer with
(ioi. Sulzif oti lilt" life WolK He as-Kt tl
the I'loiernof to point out t" him .nmi
I proft KMion In which he 1011I1I un hie
I iiMiu v to help humanity.
1 In Ins recital nf the story of the ln-
ternatioiial Institute nf Aitrli iilluie in
Komi', Ital.i. to which fnrt.v -tu lim -
will send delegates 111 M May
ot the iieterminatlon ot lucent Astor
to take op agrtcultnie us hi life work,
(iov Sulzi r said-
"1 bale selicted Vim ent Astor as a
delegate. Ill' Will go lie eullle lip to
i iMt me and we talked the whole matter
ou r. lie W.l llltelested tu doing some.
jibing to le useful. I pointid out the
gro.-M work ne couiii iio tor the agu
i utur.il innTists of New oik.
I "He spent the night at the p.oples
I house and we talked ou r many things
i He wantid to net mi ilew and adilei
as to how In lould be a useful man
;m the progr. h of the woild
! "I told him that he wes luing in a
hoii.e with oul.i one window and that
he wa looking out of that union
even dai an 1 h.s news wile onc-
iientl limited and coiitni' t. d I -aid.
(-You haie c. me to in-' fi r advu. and
my ilews, and I am ruing to pa; nine
new w !ndow in our house ouinn'o"k
, I'tit of each of tlu e windows nun me
and ) mi w ill get a greatei p. ispect'n
lAttor imi hai" iooked out ol ail tbe
Windows SI lei t the llell yntl l.ke best
and the Held wherein lo.i ihmk .,n
ltell'ican be the most ll.eflll anil lb..n I.i
work and do ..methlni: for unit f. Mow
nun. Nobod.i can do mon than ion
can to make the world better arid Imp
"Well, he sp n snllle tltll" l.-ok.nu
out of :'i. - window. and b- illdn'
ei in io take much interist !i. ,ini on
of ti'.m until I went t.. the a'.-rii i:tii:al
ivipl . w and ihe ni"ine!i, i.. ' mtcd o r
of that h said "Hint I niv tb ',! Til c
w li,i I m niilii iii. pi d i I a. n
of the finest farm !n ih" State .if Nov ,
York down aloru- tin- liuii.nnl:iier of
oi.r six thousand acri. M full-'-nevrr
did .iti.i thing with it 1 am going
to maid' that an .-rperlm ntal farm'
along si lentltlc I 'iii-. and eiervthlng I
do there Will be told to tile pe lpc ..f
th. State of New York and the people of
the country o that th $ iv.i! I.,inw. ..'
tha' the will haie the Information,
n that th v can hue the knowbdge. I
I will haie ols tested and find out
what they lack, lir.d out what tb y are
bet adapted for. glowing purpose? and '
so forth and so on
"V'. I .-aw In th.- piper, t h t he!
came up to sie ni" ab up Joining tb
raia! militia I put that window in
his house and he looked out of It.
didn't take to that at all. He didn't mo'
anything in that.
.nr. Ator i a u rv intelligent oiing
man. He in. an u.il and wants to ,.i
'ai thlncs. He wants to do "omethlng
'i n. t. lal f .r liiimanlty and he think
now agricultural dei clopim-m his
truu Held of endeaiiir. after he'
luted the agricultural Held I told''
b in all ah mt David l.uhin I told hitn
a:i a1", it this lutein itlonal Instuut
Agriculture In Home and lmw much
i' has dune and how a had revnlu- j
tionl.eo farming In Europe. Then he,
di'lded he in mid like to go there" J
iMvltl I-nbln, who foiinibil tip. msu
tut" of agriculture under the paironage
of the Kins of Mail Is a friend of (lo. i
Sulzer. Id- spent a lortune In the larl
oiis caplbiN of ihe did World and In.
Wa-dunutnn In his endeaiors to interest
the (Ioi ii nments in his scheme nf rnu'
tlpljing the productlif power' of the
The delegal's to 'he insti.ii'e h. sides '
Mr. Astor are lieiilaailn I'. VoaUiim of j
New York chv. Wl.'llnni ('. Ilrown.
I resident of the New York Cent-al
Itallroud: Henry Morgenihau. .Ir, of
New York eliy, who heads h't- (lass m
agriculture ,it the Cornell I'ollege of'
Agriculture; Klllott II Norrls of Sodu. 1
.1. William Sanburv of Itustl and Kre.l
ri( k II. Allen of New York iln
WALL ST. BILL HEARING FEB. 26.
Joint I oioiolllee
Will I nnililei
AI.H1NY, l''ell. Hi- ll was annotllleed
in the la glslnt lire toolai iiai the ten
Wall Stteet bills pripaie.l ai the in-
sialic-" of (im. Sul.er uoiiel n
s.den ii at n hearing at " .'to I
l'eb. if, In the Henate ehatilber.
The Joint hearing will he miendid by
meinhelH' of the Senalo and Assembly
Codes ami Judiciary Coiuniltti es.
ANTI-DEATH PENALTY BILL UP.
II eiini leil I'm oralil.! b
( 'odes I'liliunll lee,
I'' '' HI Ti" Sl.l.wrll bill
in ll i ill .tili eeniilti to iiiiinii i
d.gli ' t fc'll.stlliUiiii; I f..
On. ni u is , . ., , ,. r , ,,,
' I (N. ., I ,. . I p ,.
II "I I V .bei ph ' Senlt
no I -a I ,,,, ,,,.,,. ,
dour of ne u a ineasuie
AGAINST FREE TOLLS
FOR AMERICAN SHIPS
Cluiinlter of fnniniPiTc Indorses
Snmilni Hoofs Amrm.-inpnt.
MKMHKKS HEAR DEBATE
( lionlo nntl St-liiff Score Cnnnl
Hill XKnn anil f mrlis
The niml'r of t'omtneiop, by nn
overwhelming vote, Mont on record
yihti(,iy :iKinM that part of the Panama
I mill mea-iiro ivliicli provides for fre
tolls for merican ship Tho action wn
laKen in th form of nn Indorsement of
heti.it iir Itoot' proposed amendment to
the Pauitnn ('anil bill which elltnitiatns
all provision for freo pniKe of com-
ininrcial tonniRe throuKh the mini The
I resolution adopted alo provides that
tho chiiiulior be represented in com
mittee hearings on the amendment
loseph II Thoato led the arRiiment for
( Senator Hoot's iimendment and was
I applauded in a way that is seldom heard
I in the dignified meeting of the chamber.
.lai'ob II Schlfl' w-.-iH also 11 leader on this
side of the arcument and Welding King,
the frauier of th tesolution. presented
the cnmmit'ee'-. arsuinnt for it William
Hauls Dough and U-wi Niton led th"
other i le The debate was vigorous
Whll" the sentiment of tho chamber!
w.i clearlv behind the Hoot aniendtnetit I
... ...... . ... 1 I
nun rue eiinimiiion 01 speeni canni
piivilej;es fur American ship. no one after a canvass of the situation that
was prepared for the wave of inrtnrc-' they will be unable to cut down appro
ment of it that appealed when Pn'sldent prlatlons tlu Democratic leaders have
Clitlin called for a ilsing vote Mr
six other men
in r"rt as
I come here to-dav u menilipr of the
t handier of i omtiiercH, hoping tu help It
to ile ide nghi m the mutter ihot I now
before O, lirenii.e I ionlder n rong de
1 1 .hi a woiild b not onh .1 enott bloi
io ihe good name nml honor ot the Cham
ber or ( otiiineii e bin of Ihe civitiir ltelf
I' I true ill it 1 hid .oint'thing to do
with III" netful i it Ion of I Id I real!' . oa
wi'l i I'ttieiub.'r tin1 tin treatv w.i. ratified
hi the M'iihIi1 in Soieiuber. P'OI I vn
I in 1 iiglntid until Oi loln'r and In altnn'
.1.11. . I .ll. I.r.1 ll,i,t.r...r..lu
on In. .nle 1,'iire.pnteil I. mil I n ti.dmi lie. !,
ilie I nreicti Seereturv, and a alo in i erv
ire'iiietn i orreioinieiM e nun .ur nav,
our feerei in nt Mute, under v lioin I mi"
and gnat patriot, ulio wereiaih "'" j
in In. iin i.auitrv and each i ecardfnl of
- , .1... I.... ..r i.,.,l. ..r ilru ....tt
lie I 'gdl. nl the otht't.ire .e.lteil III death.
I Hutu, ii i. ,i.it proper i lint 1 should .n
w lilt I belt Ih i' both of them if Ili'V
were hire would 'iv to-dav. thai theclau.e
in I In- I'ai.'lltia bill elilllplliw ioj.tn.e
Vtirtit .hi -hipping from
i toll. . in direct inlnl loll
the t. ment of
o' the t reutv
' ' ll i. r ie, ,i. Mr limiL'la hi .uid. that
ne latino! de, i e tin. 1 1 tie. Hon. tint ue cm
dei Ide ulietlmr a men of i oti.i icnee and
hot. or i oii.tt"i'ing tin. I hnniteT of Cotu-
itiiTi e ue .trill . ippori Ml Ito.a . tuition f
to 'til. out a .ingle, ptoii.liui ot that i
PutiTii i ( an'il bill, n hu h i beliei nl bv him '
;m l In a. and h ihe grea' amliorllte., I I
lli'llk. IhlO I ll.l! e reli rreil In I 'i lie Itl I nu
ll l I mill the treat'. !
Mr Cln.ite then reid the provision of
the treaty for u' of the viri hy ves
'of all natp ti on an equality and rh.ll-1
I longed anv i no to hnw Imw the rami I
bill providing eliminition of tolls on I
.'triiiren riiMi lnp wa not in,
ci n tint with it
Mr Choate our.ted from Senator Hoot's
M'oeh. iltmg Ihe roiottii'ii hv tho Setnto ,
Itl I toll ol a -lUllllr llieleleiltl ll e.l-o
to a niii.il treitv then under coii.iderj-
. . .. II- I . I .1... . , .1... !..!....!
' " II I 11' I I Oil .1 I' I HII SI I 111 I III I III' L lilt I'll
yt lie ni compelling Catndi. under
the troitv of l7t. toabatidon prefeientiil j
rite for l.er hip mg thi-ough th Wei-
hud .mil M l 'la in
mil- He then
t ioli up the -ubjei t
of nrlutr.iti'jii in
relation t.i the I'.mimi fatnl lull
"ll ha been -aid Ilia' we hale nnlhuig
in iln Mih ihe ipieai imi ol iirln' rat loti
I i e h.ne eie.-vhiiig lo do mi this iib
:'it ni d oi ihi O'-i iiii!i nub ihe sbieci
nt irbii re ion h.T eminirv ha-, been
' hatnpiiei b-H'ter m the enue of .lrlni rat inn
-Hire if nil. 0-i ai'ilited fortv i rfift.i years
ago' Mliv, Hie I oited site
"I do not l.no'i uliether l.nglanil ha- any
di-pnn inn in le-iiti in war I do noi be
l.eie thai under nu- i irciini-tauees nii
eould proioke mi hi t I'tii'htid or Ainei.ca
lo L'n lo ar with e.n h nh..r
"S'lihinh an pretend 'hii i'ie ii.d m
ti re-l- ol the Hide pi'lide'iit Oi the hmior
III I lie I luted Staler N IlllOll i"l 111 I III lil.'-
tio'i What I- involiedl' W'hr, a few
palitv hundr.sl !lmuiind- of cloll if-a je.ir.
I'all ha. slid ih.it the pos-.bllliv
J of the 11 imm being deeded ngauitt u-
ri'is.i.i whv ne hould not nrblttate
Mr Sfluf! in a brief spo,.cti .seconding
the adoption of tho lesnlutioti of indorse
ment s ild:
"I loar this thing is being newd upon
in and out of Congiess on tho inn vim
My ountry, right or wrong' Sow
on Ameriein citizen oinnot plico tim
lion ir ot his country above right Tint
Is just the danger Vo am running into
In defending the clause granting free
tolls to Auioiii'an shipping Mr Douglas
argued that tno American people, net
merely Mneiioau shipowners, would
. benefit bv the free toll provision in ie-
liiced freight i.ites He charged
that Knglanil is now violating th" llay
I'auncofnto treaty m ilisciimiuatiiiK ton
nage charges on shipping filtering her
; "It would amount to a nntlonil
; calamity to ihange the Panama law."
slid the speiljer, who argued that F.f.
I l iml, aditig in l.eh'ilf ot tho Canndi in
Pacific Itaihoad and Canadi. looks with
Jealous eyes on the great ooast to nxiRt
sluiipmi', the I'niteil States will bo enabled
' to build up
1 Mr Douglas challenged the slateinetit
that tho country is against the fine toll
j provision and Inst mood the lietno
ritio victory as proof; also mentioning
I'li'sidenl Taft, Itooseiell , Setrilii'' laslgo,
' Henrv V Taft Admiral DeAoy, Chiiuucev
l)eiH! a h in I'avoi'uf it
Ho liirllmr said that the (hniulier
would be Ini'on-istent if it did not lav
the whol" ipieslion on the table, as it
hail done on motion of Mr Schid when
the i ('solution of indorsement of the
whole I'll ll.llllll
Ihe IkhIv He
. ...... m niir
id lh.lt tho mat tor nf
11 l-l .11 Ml i. .11 ,11,1 1)1,1 .lllt.tl. iltl.. .Iln ............
j SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH.
I The plant of the Seattle 7(llr.l was
il.sl i ni ill In Hie. A. J. Mlelhen, ,r ,
' uiaiiagei, "Stimuli's the loss at J'ijO.iRin.
Miss Anna Hall of CineinnntI will
eiiiile niiiii h in the snffiaue parade In Wash
1 iiiglon shuckleil with chains to depict
Ilie tiuuiiiinii oi iinir.ineiiin.il wouinn.
U the will ol .Ion nun Diillaute, who
.1,1.1 in Manifold. Conn, lasl Deieniher.
i liili'ii .: WiIIIiiiii" of llonoliilii and
Ihe lie! I'lnnels i! Williams nf Sun
IVaneiseii brothel s, Inheilt ihe Jl.uou
, emiiie pot in tne woman,
I their nurat.
WANTS POLICEMAN REMOVED.
Collins rhurKP OppreK.Inn Hrrnuar
II In lloor In Onnrili'il,
Andrew Collins, the owner of an al
end KnmblltiK house at IRS Itoivery,
Htipeared III the Mssex Market police
court lesterdny as coiuplaltiHtit aKalnst
Police Inspector Thulium M.ierF of the
First district and rapt Thomas T. ltan
of the Delalicey street police station
on 11 charge of oppression. The place
was raided twice, the first time by
Meat. Uecker IJoth cases ucrn dls
missed III the colli t.
I.otils II. Ilahlo of the Corporation
Counsel's office repiesented the Police
Department. Kt-Assemblymati Harry
Kopji acted as counsel for Collins. The
court loom was crowded with police
men of all rHiilm and others Interustcd
In the unusual proceeding. The rea
son for the action Is because it uni
formed uollceiiian Is Rationed at the I
front door of the tillered Rambling
house, who Infoi ms eiei'.v one who
would enter that the place Is likely
to lie raided any initiate.
The hearing 'clertln only Included
a few of the Jiollce witnesses, Col
Ihis's criminal record was first Intro
duced It told of ten convictions In
flrookl.in. Htiffalo. Detroit anil other
cities and also of main arrests In
which the charcc were not sustained.
The bearhiK will be continued on Feb.
DEMOCRATS WILL NOT
Deeitle nt (.'nnference to Put
Hesponsihility on Tnft
WimitvnTnv t'ob 1 .Pnnvlnr
- - -
,i,ifmlnl In m.nb nn nltimul In Mil.
die responslblHt.i for the extravagances
of the tiresent session of Congress on
the Taft Administration
This became known to-day after con
ferences of the Democratic leaders.
They reported that no matter how
shut ply the pruning knife might be ap
plied the expenditures would total away
beyond the high water mark of $1,044,
Ouo.fiOO established by the Republican
Congress in 1!10.
The Democrats thereupon decided to
retrench as far as possible and agreed
further that at the end of the session
a statement would
he made charging
control only the
President Taft and
I ti. .,,..
will atgue that estimate were
by the Administration that
forced them to authorize
unusual expenditures to place the Demo
crats In n bad light before the country
In the meantime the Democratic
leader are trying to restore order In
the llou.e The Nnial Committee.
, nfter conference, giue notice that
... intenileil io stand oat on Ihe
naval bill, which authorized an appro
priation of ll.Hi.o'iO.iJU'l. Yesterday
Leader Cnilerwood told Chairman
Padgett of the Naial Committee that at
least Jlfl.000,000 would haie to be cut
Representative Hurnett of Alabama,
in charge of the iso.noo.nrtn public
buildings bill, was told again that he
waiild have to reduce expenditure to
about JlS.ooo.ony. Mr. Hurnett replied
that It would be Impossible for him to
Mil top of the uploar treated b the
control ery oier appropriations another
vonomy confeieme was held to-night
It was attended by some members who
reallv faior retrenchment, but In the
mad navy men. who want to
battleships for public build
i:ight-one Democrats attended the
conference. It was decided that If the
' navv bill was not leconstructed by itest
iTuesdav the conference should assemble
and pass a tenoluilon directing the
Vas and Means Committee of the
new Congress to recast the personnel
of the Naval Committee
HELD FOR DIRECTORY FRAUD.
Tun VI en ( hnrsril With ('olleclliitt
VI fur d In I'nUi' lloiik.
Henry Staton, counsel for the Ainrrn-an
Assoc iiitlun of 1'lt.ctoii rubllsliers. of I
which the Trow publishing tlrm l Niwl
York repiesi ntative. thinks that he tins'
dlsiovered a icnewed nctliltj tu the fake
William Davis and John Kians weie
in rested last Saturday and arraigned In'
the night unlit chargdl with altemptid;
larceny The eoniplatnant was Hussell j
1. Hate, iittorno for Karle llnu . rubber!
Iirokeis. of I'.ti ltto.nl sticet According t,,'
Mi Haie, an iiiiplone of the tlrm paid '
$bl to Kvai.s as collector for D.vvls for
an ndvertlsenient In a business directory
that nevrr existed. Mr. Hare cointnunl-i-ateil
with Mr. Stilton, whoso i Hi nls.
prosecute such cases. I
According to the lawers. Kiaiii was.
sent to Karl" Itros. by Dai Is as a col-j
betor for the "l.ansoii l'.iislnes 1I- t
teetor! of riilladelplila ' He uille-iiil,
!l" for an adi el tlseineiit. The lawyeis,
say t lint theie Is no such dbeciore pub.j
llshed and asseit that Hvnns piesuited
piece of paper, signed by the einploee of!
Harle llios., under the impi essloti that It '
was a collectoi's unicher, and uns later,
lursenti'd by Hl.nis as ll pioinise to pay. i
Mr Staton and Mr. lime say tint this
performance netted th" iwo a sie.it dial'
of money In manv cities. I
Kians and Davis iveie n., for inai 1
WRIT BRINGS TWO CHILDREN. '
II run (lire ii I
ll n I
I'l'i'ilerb k ( 111 o.lillielit uiaiiagei foi
the Henry C McCoy Coinpaiii . eop
tiactnrs, at Bf. Del street, who Is suing
for, a divorie from Mis. I'loieme
Uroadbent and bus named otto I'ri,
an olflelal of the Department n' Dinks
and Kerrles, mid 1'rank Si In iiuts:. a
llrookl.lll lllelelinllt. as cotespollileuts,
waited for severnl hours lestenlay af
ternoon III the I' hu III lie I H of Siipi.iuie
I'ourt Justice Hendrlrk for his wife and
her mother, Mrs. Mary Kltzgerald. to
produce his four-year-old son In court
m response io a ii ru or liaiieas (or-
I'lnally Mrs. Ilrondhent and her
mother cniuc, but they brought not only
the Utile buy but a girl scleral yeais
older. Ilrondhent objected to the little
girl, siiilng the wilt did not call for
her and that his wire was the mother
of the little girl when he man led her. !
Mrs, Hroadbeiit denied it, and In the
Hrgiiineut over the little girl tin. ,,,
for whom the writ had been Issued'
w us forgotten. I
Justice Hendrb'k adjourned the hear
ing after Im had been told It would
tako several days to hear all the wit
liesses The Wall Street edition nf Tun Hvkmmi '
Si n columns all the ilnancial news nnii '
who wasi,nr Hlnl'K H" """" 'luolatlono lo the ,nsel
uf the market,
in Oak and Walnut
pHE romantic furnishings of some
spacious oak panelled Baronial
Hall of England, with its deeply-coffered
ceilings, may offer many a poetic sugges
tion for the home of today.
From such sources as this are derived
the models from which our Hampton
Shops fashion their famed Reproductions.
A carved Elizabethan Table, it may
be, its ample oaken board glossy as though
with the wear of centuries, or a stately
Settee of richly grained Walnut with seat
and back of deftly woven cane, but in
either case so conscientiously wrought as
to repeat the very spirit of its original.
First of Five Puts Each Stntfij
Kopartmont Under Specinl
SAI.AHY TO BE SI 2.000
(invprnor Kays His Measures
Will Save People "Millions
Albany, Keb. 15. Five bills the ex
pressed purpose nf which Is to put the
Sulzer administration on a business
basis were introduced to-night In the
VSM-inbly hi Majority Leader Aaron J.J
I.eiy nt the Instance of lioi. Sul7.tr.
Knch of the bills covers n recommenda
tion of the Sulzer Commission of In- I
iUiry and Is designed to end existing
malpractices in the administration of the I
State's business. I
The tlrst bill creates a department of
emctency and economy under tne super
vision of a Commissioner of Rtticleney
and Kcoiiotny. whose duty it yhall be to
make a careful and thotoiigh study of
the conditions of each State department
and Institution end to rtcommend
changes to promote efficiency and
This commissioner will be vested with
the power to compel production of
.kilters and hooks and to Issue sub
prenfls. The salary of the new office
will be IIS.OOil. An appropriation of
$KiO,(lOO Is asked for the establishment
of the new department
The establishment of a State Hoatd
of Kstimnte. of nine members, Is sought
In another bill. It Is to be composed
of the tJovernor, l.leuter.ant-iiovernor.
President pto torn, of the Henute.
Speaker of the Assembly, chairman of
the Ways and Means Committee of the
Assembly, chairman of the I'lnance
Committee of the Senate, the Comp
troller, the Attorney-Oeneral and the
Commissioner of Ktflclency and Kcon-
omy. This board shall look Into the .
Ilnancial operations of nil State depart-!
Another DIM proposes the i reallou of'
a Stale Hoard of Cuntract and Supple. '
which Is intended to tegitlnle the pur
( liases and all furnishings, material
and supplies for the State departments.
The State Comptroller Is authorized
by this bill to audit all bills and ac
coiintH ivawlnst the State arising
through purchases made under the dl-
rectinn of this board An amendment!
to tin. .'Veciitlve law lor the purpose of
ghlng the state Comptroller an elTei:.
live and etrlclent force for tho real
audit of nil accounts Is proposed bv the
fourth bill, while the ilfth bill, h 'com
panion lo It, is designed to assist In tho
accomplishment of ihe same purpose,
namely, the giving to the Comptroller
of an effective real audit of all iiciotintH
against the State.
With reference to (he bills ov.
"The explanatory report of the com
mission of Iwitllry. tuether wltn the
nie bills prepared by the members of
that commission, with the aid of John
T. Notion, Its counsel," said (Iov. Sm.
f.er, "speak for themselves and deserve
ihe careful consideration of tho las
payers of ihe State of New York. Thee
bills will be Introduced and passed, I
know of noiiilng at present mmv Im
portant to the people."
The Wall Street idltlon of Til Hin.vis-n
Si'.s contains all the financial neiis ami
the stock and bond aunt.UIons lo the rlns..
ot the market.
34 and 36 West 3
Between Fifth Ave. and
Everv day is summer irv
Ho zero colA, no hxzz&t&$
When the East is snowbound and
blizzard-swept, those fortunate
enough to be in California enjoy
balmy days flowers bloom and
happy children play Springtime
games. Visit California 7iow.
A Santa Fe train will take you there.
The California Limited kinr; m' thc limited-;
exclusively for firit-o'a travel run? everv ilav
sleeper for Giand Cat; nil.
Santa Fe de-Luxe the only extra-fare fiver. Chi
cago and Kansas City to "1.0 Angeles once a
week this winter America' lino-t train.
California Fast Mail aUn tltc Los Angeles Express
and San Francicco Express tlirce oilier d.ith'
trains they carry standard Pullman, touri-'
sleepers and chair cars all classes of tickets
Fred Harvey meal.
Visit Grand Canyon of Arizona en route.
Say which train you prefer. Will mail booklets.
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l.'ldrklge Street cor. HiviiiRtnn Street
Seventh Ave. bet. 4Hth and I'liii its.
l.cwitiKtop Ave. cor. 2ilh Street
(irand Street cor. Cli;iton Street
l-'ast 7.M St.. bet. l.euiRton & .Id Avs.
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Crnhaiti Avenue cor. Debevni.e s
Pit kin Avemie cor Ro k.m.n V'
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oral Watrlct Court