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VOL. LXXX. NO. 182.
PUJO BILLS HIT
,T MONEY TRUST
Two Provide Radical Laws
for "Banks' and Stock
PRISONER WITHOUT A PRISON.
BREAK BIG ALLIANCES
Proposed Amendments Strike
at All Forms of Combination.
WOULD MEAN RKVOMTION
Beport to House Snys Morgan
k Co. Is Dominant Factor
Washington, Feb. 2S. The Pujo com
mittee's report anil two bills embody
ing most of Its radical and com
prehensive recommendations were In
troduced In tho House late this
afternoon. The bills, If enncted In-
to law, will not only revolutionize
the great banking systems of this
country, but will work far reach
ing changes In the management of the
New York Stock Kxchange and clear
ing houses throughout the United
States. The committee accepted all of
tth suggestions made by Samuel Un
tertnyer. Its counsel.
All seven of the Democratic members
of th committee signed the report.
Two of the four Kepubllcan members
filed minority reports.
The committee says it has found the
existence of a money trust as detlned
under the resolution which authorized
the investigation. The money power
U pyramided on J. I'. Morgan & Co. and
allied Interests In New York through
groups of hankers In Boston, Phlla
dclphla and Chicago.
To curtail this power the committee
presents a ions list of lecommendatlons
which. If accepted by Congress, will
wipe out of existence interlocking bank
directorates and Interlocking stockhold
ings among banks and will prevent the
consolidation of two or more national
banks except upon the approval of the
Comptroller of the Currency.
Limits risenl Alirrriiiriit v
The recommendations also strike at
the present tiscul relations between
(treat banking houes like .1. 1". Mor
gan & Co. and Kuhn. Iob & Co. and
Interstate corporations. Fiscal agrnw
ments such as J. I. .Morgan A Co. now
have with the New York Central and
the New Haven are prohibited.
The security Issues of Interstate rail
roads ar? placed under fie supervision
of the Interstate Commerce Commission
and In the disposal of-the securities of
Ihoe corporations competitive bidding
is to be Invited as in the sale of State or
municipal bonds. The committee seek'
to Impose public reports on J. 1. Morgan
ft Co. and other private bankers.
A limitation Is recommended upon the
proportion of Its capital and surplus
which a national bank may Invest In
State, municipal and corporate bonds,
and national banks are prohibited from
engaging in underwriting securities.
The Stock Kxchange is to be Incor
porated and stringent regulations com-
plied with or It will be denied the use
of the mallH and the use of the telegraph
wires In Interstate commerce. Also
clearing house associations are to be
subjected to enforced ineorporatlon.
The bills Introduced to-day include all
the committee" recommendations affect
ing the Stock Kxchange and the Clear
ing House Association and such of the
recommendations concerning money and
credit concentration ns may be carried
into effect through legislation govern
ing national banks. Bills covering the
rest of the radical programme of the
committee will be drafusl later.
Here are the committee's radical rec
ommendations which an designed to
curb tho concentration and control of
money and credit and most of which are
covered in the bills Introduced to-day:
"Two or more banks should not. be per
mitted to consolidate unless such consoli
dation shall have been approved by the
Comptroller of the Currency as In tho
public Interest. lie shoulil nave plenary
power to forbid It where It threatens to
result In undue concentration of control.
"No person should bu permitted to be
a director In more than one national bank
serving the same community or locality,
nor should any person who is a director
of any State bank or trust company, or Is
a partner or associate of any private
banker or banking firm, bo eligible an a
director of any national bank serving tlm
same community or locality, except that
a director in a national bank may have
one partner who is a director in a trunt
"No part of the stock of any national
bank should be permitted to be owned or
held directly or indirectly by any otl-tr
bank or by nnv trust company or holding Cost nf Cni-b
company, and no national nana sliould be
permitted to own or bold any ftitrt of the)
stock of any other bank or trust com- j
Vntlna Trunin Prohibited.
Justice Unit Is Doing Ilia Beit lo
(let Turlrr Located.
If tiic warden of Sing Sing prison
holds to the stntuto which prescribes
that prison sentences shall not expire
in the winter months Jo.eph Turley,
convicted about four years ago for
abduction, may have to spend his six
to eight years prison term as a sort of
wandering convict, taking train rides
with a guard.
Turley was sentenced on March 30,
109. utid ivn December 17 last the
Court of Appeals confirmed his con
viction. Until recently the Tombs prison
authorities did not take him to Sing
Sing. A prisoner's term there begins
when lie passes the Sing Sing threshold.
As this would make Turley's term ex
pire In winter, tho warden sent him
back. Turley was before Justice Goff
In the Criminal Branch of the Supreme
Court yesterday and the Justice refused
to change the sentence.
"There Is no power In this court,"
Justice Guff said, "to revise the sen
tence. Judgment was pronounced four
years ngo. By your Hct you have ap
pealed from that Judgment and you
have had the benefit of four; years
frn'dom. Now It Is sought to have the
sentence revised so that It will termi
nate within the months prescribed by
law. I hold that there Is no power In
this court to do so
"I therefore send you back to State
prison with an admonition to the war
den that it Is his duty to receive you
under the one and only sentence that
has been Imposed."
FRIEDMAM TO TEST
CURE HERE MOMMY
Germnn Sprdnlisfc Will Trent
Tuberculosis Victims at
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
Those Who Can Afford to Pny
May Do So, but Scrum Will
Bo Free to the Poor.
VINCENT ASTOR IN A
70 MILE GALE AT SEA
At $ o'clock on Monday morning In
an office on the second floor of 339 Fifth
avenue, at Thlrty-thlrd street. Dr. Fred
erick Franz Frledmann. who says ho
has discovered a cure for tuberculosis
will begin to show the American public
Just wat he can do
His secretary. Charles de V. Hundt,
nmrie this nnnmincement vesterday. He
JAMES McCREA SERIOUSLY ILL.
Kx-I'rrildent or I. It. It. Nnfferlng
From Kidney Troublr.
Piiiladblfiiia, Kcb. 28. Former Presi
dent James McCrea of tho Pennsylvania
Ilullroad Company is III with kidney
trouble at his home In Ardmore. Spe
cialists who havo examined him admit
that his recovery is questionable. His
former superb vigor and constitution
were shaken under tho strain of his
term as president of the great corpora
tion from which he retired nt the llrst
of tho year, and since then the disease
hits shown such rapid progress that his
heart has weakened.
When he retired he announced that he
would rather be 'a live citizen than a
dead railroad president, and his physi
cians then told him that his health was
such that he would have to give up work.
SHE EATS AT MOVIES, HE SAYS.
Hectare Vile Wanln lllm in ne the
Allegations Unit .his wife became so
infatuated with the movies that she
used to take her lunch to the live und
ten cent theatres und remain all day
were made yesterday in' the Supreme
Court by Samuel Saschlk, a fur mnnu-
i y.mtni'ar I, linuivor tn n Millt fnr uMi.i
said with every evidence o. sincerity J. ion hrouRht by his wife,
that consumptives barely able to drag M( v..ischlk, w, 3 g yeara 0id,
themselves to the office would come II)atr0,i ler husband as the result of
again Inside of two weeks, walking erect j ,m elopement two years ngo. He alleges
WILSON SPEAKS TO
Says He Is Man of Silence When
People at the Play
HAS AN EXCITING DAY
Nearly Fiprures in Train Wrcch
Prefers Coach to Pres
ident Ren's Car.
DR. MAWSON IS HEARD FROM.
Unhurt (in it Rare Acknowledg
ment nf MriMKe by Aeroarnph.
fipfdal Cable Dttpalch to Tnt Sex.
Hoiuiit, Tasmania, Feb. 28. The aero
graph station here has succeeded In
rA.l..r. In m t. n ,t ..I..M M'tllt Itf f 11 W. I
son. thn Antarctic exnlorer. but re- ollUIllO
eclved only a bare ricknowledgment of
the receipt of the message.
Two days ago the deaths of two mem
bers of the expedition were reported.
GOULD DEFIED BY
THRILL IN LIGHTHOUSE FIRE.
signs that the cure has taken
that she has been seeing so many
moving pictures of Western scenes that
she thinks because he isn't brave, bold
and handsome he has treated her
His Yacht Forced to Seek Shel
ter Not Afraid but Lone
some, lie Says.
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 25. Forced to seek
shelter from a seventy mile gale Vin
cent Astor's yacht Noma arrived at this
The Noma Is bound to Panama. She
left New York Wednesday, and last
night, when sixty mllC3 south of Cape
Henry, ran Into a severe southwest gale.
High seas broke over the vessel and she
was In danger of being blown off her
Capt. Dungan told Mr. Astor that It
would be wise to put In at the nearest
port as the gale appeared to be Increas
ing in Intensity.
Young Astor said he was unable to re
main on his feet while the Noma was
kittling with the storm.
"I could hear the seas breaking over
tin, essel." he said, "and could feel
hei shake and tremblo as she rode the
Dr. Frledmann said to a representa
tive of Tin Sirs that his only purpose crm.yt
In coming to this country was to insure
the correct application of his remedy.
He said details of the preparation of
his serum would be given to physicians
to benefit the greatest possible number
"The principle of treatment of tuber
culosis," said Dr. Frledmann, "with liv
ing bacilli that Is, bacilli that are ab
solutely unchanged Is positively new i
and must for that reason be thoroughly
studied and learned, as Is the case with I
everything else that Is absolutely new. j
"A physician, no matter how great In
experience or how capable, Is qualified Washington. Feb. 28. Congress de
to Investigate and criticise new prln- ' olared this afternoon that definite word
clples only after lie has learned how to had come to them In regard to Wood
npply them and observe the results. ) row Wilson's Cabinet. No explanation
"The chief thing I Insist upon Is that was given ns to how this Information
It is not only necessary for a physician had tieen received, but many Democrats
to possess a correct remedy for tuber-j believed It was accurate. Hele Is the
culosls but he also must learn to in- Wilson x'ate " these Democratic lead
dlvlduallzo with regard to usage. So 1 ers had It:
far as the Frledmunn remedy Is con-. Secretary of State. WILLIAM .1 BRYAN
veril'U lit must niuuj rs,..-viu.tj it. iu
Boy Keeper Conqnrr It L'nnlded,
With IUplolvcs Near lllnxc.
South Norwalk, Conn., Feb. 2S.
Alone In a lighthouse with hundreds of
gallons of explosive oil near by, Frei!
erlch Helselman, n boy of 20, fought
fire for his life yesterday.
He descended to his kitchen at day
break, fatigued by an all night vigil
with his lamp, to tlnd smoke curling
from the walls and lloor. Gasolene and
Ueroscns were both In the room above.
The young keeper pumped water Into
the rooms until everything was
drenched. Then he collapsed. He awoke
an hour later to tlnd the lire safely
and Morgan Will
Ratify Contracts Despite
COURT BATTLE LATER
GET CABINET SLATE
Members of Congress (Jive Out
List as Coming From
President-elect Wilson occupied a box
last night at the Kltlnge Theatre for
the performance of "Within the Iaw,
having come over from Philadelphia late
In the afternoon for one moro even
ing of theatro diversion before going
to Washington. He was accompanied
by Col. K. M. House and the two secret
service men who attend him.
Iictween the third and last acts
Bayard Velller, author of "Within the
Law," made his way to where the
Prt sklent-elect sat, and the audi
ence, realizing that something was afoot,
i.egan to applaud.
As the President-ele:t and the authr.r
stood talking, the applause grew. Mr.
Wilson turned to the audience and said:
"I wish to present you the author j
the play, Mr. Hayard illler." Suydam. Jr.. of Blue Point and New
The young playwright, however, hung I yor). wm marry Miss Klizabeth Wood,
back In the shadow of the box and re- , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wood
fused to face the applause. As It showed ,)f s.iyvllle, n Tuesday, March 23. at
I no signs of abating, Mr. Wilson stepped jtnf, lloIlle ot ,m. ,rlde. The ltev. J. H.
out to the front At. expectant sti'H Prescott of St. Ann's Episcopal Church.
lifrss settled over the home, but t.io .a,viuc. will ottlciate.
, speech all hoped for was brief. Ttle )rllia v l)e attended by Miss
i ne newspaper men in me opposue ; Marian posl 0f llayport and Miss Kllen
Dispute Over Terms Down
to a Question of
GOULD SAW NO "BENEFIT"
SUYDAM WEDDING MARCH 25.
Ilrldt-Ki-oiiiu's First Wife Com
mitted Milclilc liter IMopll.g.
Sayvilu:. L. 1.. Feb. 2S. Walter L.
Presld.-nt-..Vct slid with a wood, her sister. The couple will go to
"vvlil tell ou that 1 am making i--ori, j on their honeymoon.
... retar of the Trcasut. WILLIAM G. j
I He leturiud to his -eat after bowing
t the renewed appla.'fe.
The liovernor went to Philadelphia t.'
M'C his dentist In the m. ruing, and the
fast train narrowly missed hitting a
broken rail near the nation a: Tacony,
Pa. The preceding train had ripped out
a piece of t-el ten inches long, but
passed over without accident. A track
walker discovered the break and the
train carrying Mr. Wilson was Magged.
After a delay of forty minutes It was
sent Into Philadelphia over the freight
track. The Covvrnor and his party
left it at the West Philadelphia sta-
Suydam's former wife, who was Miss
l.uui.-e White, daughter of John Jay
White of Philadelphia, committed sui
cide on February 4. 1!)12, In a Manhattan
apartment house together with Fred
Noble, son of a Brooklyn plumber, with
whom she eloped.
Nothing in It for "the Estate.'
Shouts Says Gould's Per
sonal Lawyer Told Him.
WOULD MAKE ADULTS STUDY.
I tion and taxied to the oltlce of the den-
gard to the repetition of the treatment, i McAPOO of New York.
r.ni.n,' (m.w.rtnm I- itorvat I....' A ttoriic -fjeneral. JAMKS -
' . . . , , ., I NOLPS of Tennf"ee.
tween the first and second Injections. ( iSt.r,.tIll ut U'ai. ol. UKOP.Ui: W.
"I have learned this only by many cioimiALS of New York, builder of the
years of study and observation, und It Panama Canal
Is on this point that existence is re-1 Secretary of the Nuyy JOShPHLS
" . . . i liiVMLM C V.iplh I'nrnl nil
nuireil necause vl umerences in tnaiviu- 7""'";.. V,;,, " , Al.tir.RT S HUH- If he wouldn't like to ride with him,
uals mid In the phases of the rases. . ,,Nv .jiv. . . i Mr. Wll-on said he guessed ho would
It is clear that success would 1m, fecretuiy of the Interior, ii W NOIt- I tay where he was and after they had
list, who has now finished Ills labors.
President Ilea's private car was at
tached to the nobn train from Phila
delphia for New York, and Mr. Hea,
whom the Governor has known for sev
eral years, came forward and asked lllm
The Gould blockade of the subway
contracts will be evaded.
Chairman McCall of the Public Ser
vice Commission, Uorough President Mc-
Aneny, Mr. Shouts and J. P. Morgan ft
Co. are willing to go ahead with the
contracts and let the dispute over the
third tracking certificate tight Itself out
after the contracts are udoptcd and
Final action on the contracts may be
expected next week, for In the light of
the Gould attack the various parties to
the contracts are working In harmony
The question as to where the first sug
gestion came from that George J. Gould
part with his shares In the Manhattan
Hallway Company at a price far above
the market raised the Issue of veracity
yesterday between Mr. Gould and Theo
dore P. Shonts, president of the Inter
borough. Mr. Gould's story of the negotiations
between the Slanhattan und the Inter
borough appeared in a letter which he
addressed to" the Public Service Com
mission. "I dislike." he said, "entering Into i.
controversy which Involves a question of
veracity between Mr. Shouts and myself.
but in view of his statement which nu
pears In this morning's papers no other
course seems open to me."
Mr. Shonts's side of the dispute, which
was set forth more explicitly and with
pvnves ana enme on :rom ner nign jeoparaizea oy lauure to onserve pre-' ni!t f Montana. 'chatted for a while Mr. Ilea returned
perch. I was not afraid, but I did t cautions In this regard that Is. method s... reiarv if Commerce. LuulS D. tohlscir
f.el a little lonesome." , of application and interval. imANOKiS of Mii.hclmHetts j T, ' 1 , up,lortlllllty of clnrk
Mr. Astor vvai told to-day thai the, "It it. my entire aim a soon a pos- .-ecr,tHrv of Latnir. WILLIAM H. w 1L- ,.,..., , ....' ,, v,M,r
slble to obtain rooms where I can treat1 "r i"-ns ivuiim ., ',.,, v.,riw.r,h iu
i They made a bee line for the Governor's
'seat, got into his lap and began to
schooner Zaecheu Sherman was in
distress off the Carolina caost and h -r
crew was In danger. He asked his cap-
1 tnln how long t would take the Nom.i
to reach the vesel. He was told that
a revenue cutter had already gone to
a large number of patients of all classes. 1 According to the latest Information of
Tuberculosis Is especially h disease of ( the Congles leaders, the secretary of
the poor and lowly, and to them the Agriculture i the only place unfilled,
treatment will be of great bencllt. ..Many believe it will go to I'nited States
"It is not true that I have anv secrets. ' Senator nimdiah ianlnT of Maine or
the assistance of the ship and was1 1 will allow ever phvslclan to see my to Prof. Charles Pabney of the I nl-
later Informed the crew l.ad been res- method or treatment in so far as the ' verlt of Cincinnati.
size of the room will permit, because I ' It may be meiely a coincidence that I (() n
babble away. He llnallv got them com
fortably dlspo-cd, one on each knee.
Then' they squirmed about, taking all
sorts of liberties with ills face and
necktie. The President-elect appeared
ow Just what a baby likes the
Prof. Meeker of I'llnceloii I'mm
stntr Drafllnit Sjulem.
Atlantic Citt, Feb. 28. Itoyal
Meeker, assistant professor of political
economy at Princeton University, speak
ing to-day at the seventh annual con
vention of the Pennsylvania and New-
Jersey Library' Association said;
"Kvery man and woman who has at
tained the age of 21 should be drafted
intn tlie service of the State for a nerlod
nt three vrars nnd given practical In- , "'""V '"re direct quotations than np
structlon in various trainings, tra'desl Pred; In lr. Gould 'otpment. waa
and nrnfesMons." i,,m""" " " lu '""" w-
P V ' r,,i ,,, ,v,. nm feller, Jr., in whose hands lies the con
The professor averted that this com-! ; holding of Man-
pulsory drafting In the civil se rvl lmttan etoek, innMi,mK the Uoul(J
the nation would bring forward the bes I Oo s!mr(l,
intellects to till the Important roles of H wftf) aml don(, wa.
leauers aim leau.ieis ... lm- .-.u.....--, t.lf-ar lht, Manmlttun tailway
mcni ol me power aim piospTiiy i me
glnd no lives were lost," he ! wam all sufferers to have the benefit j positive statements In iegar.1 to the , ppr)n n)(1nR lt to do.
said, "f should liked to have helped i of "
Cabinet materialized about an hour
Young Astor was reminded by a re
porter that the last time the Noma
was in this port his father and his bride
were on their honeymoon.
"I remember it very well," was his
The Noma will take on some coal
.... .... in nne leurneii i auer Hie lliilinii ...lie ill . . Mill in . Wilson fed it In th.. lltlln L-Irl
.. ...v.. vup.tt snail I 1- , V It. "I 1 IfluLiu .Hitiniiuu. ii , n ,,. . -
celve it nnd later they also shall learn edged that Mr. Marshall saw the lltt
the method of preparation." tlf Cabinet selections at Trenton ester-
Dr. Frledmann's secretary promised ' day. He conferred with several Demo
that the first person who presented him- i crats this afternoon,
self at 339 Fifth avenue at S o'clock on i ItAi.irioii, N. C, Kcb. 2S Josephus
Monday morning would lie the first to ' Daniels lias been appointed Secretary
and provisions before continuing her h" ""eated, whether he be the possessor , of the Navy. He will leave on Sunday
FORTY INJURED IN CAR CRASH.
of millions or a consumptive from the 'with William J. Uryan for Washington.
strrets. : To-night In the city auditorium Mr.
It Is the plan of Dr. Frledmann to ask Daniels was the guest of honor at a ban
every applicant about his financial con
dition. If the applicant iyg he is in a his appointment was announced. It Is
Many Schonl Tmchrn tmoni Vic
tim of Collision With Train.
New Havkn, Conn., Feb, 2S. A
trolley cur containing many school
teachers who were coming to this city
on a visiting tour from Waterbury
crashed Into a work car standing on
the main line near Cheshire, Conn.,
eight miles north of this city, this morn
ing and forty or more passengers were
Injured. One man was fatally hurt.
Many of the victims are In the Water
bury Hospital, nnd barely a passenger
escaped without minor hurts.
Tho pasengers, mostly young women,
were hurled together and many of
them stunned by the crash. The con
fusion was great and the hysterical
screams of those Injured added to the
Tho collision occurred as the pas
senger train rounded a bend and came
suddenly upon the work car, which was
standing on the main track. The motor
man saved himself by Jumping after he
had set the brakes in a vain endeavor to
avert the accident. Judge Itobert A.
Lowe of Waterbury, F. I. Armstrong of
Rutherford. N. J., and W. F. Harper,
manager of the Waterbury Telephone
Kxchange, were badly hurt.
quet with Gov. Craig. Without reserve vUpvii.
boy offered him candy and Mr.
two of them laughed and chattered
until every one In the cur got up to view
the proceedings. The children were
travelling with their mother and Mr.
Wilson assured her that he had enjoyed
I their company Immensely.
' I'pon arriving In New York the
President-elect went first to the studio
of Se.vtnour Thomas, who is (Minting
Ills portrait. He spent the early eve-
iilng at the rnnerslty Club writing
UNION LIABLE FOR HIS PAY.
known that several days ago President
Wilson notified him by letter confi
dentlnlly of his selection.
position to pay for the treatment his
money will be received. Otherwise the
treatment will be free.
There will be present at the clinic six
or more New York physicians, diagnosti
cians and bacteriologists, at one time
connected with Government laboratories.
Itepeated queries as to the names of
these men by newspaper reporters
brought the Inevitable answer from Dr.
Frledmann's spokesman that he could !
not remember them, !
Mr. Hundt .said that tint, nf ih flra, ,
nlnees be visiter! v,..irH.v ltlver late this afternoon
Sinai Hospital. The secretary Intimated
that he went there on receipt of an Invi
tation from tho hospital authorities. On
the other hand, the superintendent of
the hospital called up Tim Sin last
night to say that he was approached by
Mr. Hundt, who told him he came with
out Dr. Frledmann's knowledge.
The superintendent said tho hosnltal
had offered Dr. Frledmann the use of
their laboratories provided that lie
treat those patients whose rases were
known to the physicians at the hospital
SENATE FOR TWO BATTLESHIPS.
The transfer of any part of the stock
of national banks to trustees solely or pri
marily In order that they may vote the
snme at animal elections and other stoi-
Vel la Limited to
Washinoton, Feb. 28, Two battle
ships were authorized to-night by the
Senate by a vote of 56 to Ifi. Provision
was made nlso for the construction of
one supply ship costing $1,425,000 nnd
one transport tn cost $1,8!)0,000.
The sixteen Senators voting against
MAYNARD VILAS ENDS LIFE.
.Ion of Former I'rnprlrlnr of I'lfth
Avenue lintel a Suicide.
Lebanon, N. H. Feb, 2S. -Maynard
Vtliis, 2fi yeats old, a son of Charles N.
Vilas, drowned himself In Mascoma
Vilas jumped Into the stream Just as
hundreds of mill hands were qultyng
work. The Isxly was recovered.
Recently he had been a patient at a
Newton. Mass,, sanitarium. He left a
letter for his father which read:
"Dear Father: Tills is the end. Doe.
tor states no hope. Will be a total
Another note addressed to "Miss F.m
ersfin, Newton, Mass," believed to lie a
nurse at the sanitarium, read:
lie will return tn Trenton this
morning to lie present at tho ceteinmiies
incident to the installation of Senator
James Fielder ns Governor.
"(lood-by and God bless you for our
and that the treatment bo given under helping hand.'
tho control of these doctors. He said
twenty-four hours had been set as to
the limit of time in wntcli an answer
would be received.
Washinoton, Feb, 2S. Surgeon-General
Hluo of the Public Health Service
announced to-night that he Had received
an offer from Dr. Friemnann whereby
sufferers from tuberculosis may havo
his treatment free of charge.
This announcement was made after
a conference with Surgeon John F.
Anderson In charge of the Hygienic
laboratory, who returned from New
York, where lie had been In conference
with Ur. Frledmann. Dr. Anderson
did not bring any cultures with him,
but lie ratnn with the definite promise
Vilas arrived here to-day and prob
ably had Intended to go to his father's
summer home at Alstead.
AMUNDSEN DODGES WOMEN.
tinrn In llnlrl limit lo I'.srnpr helrolt
DirrnniT. Mich., Feb. 2S. - He will daily
Willi polar bears, wrestle with Icebergs
I and meddle with iniisK oxen will ('apt.
ltoald Amundsen, who recently returned
from a little trip to the south pole, but
please don't ask him lo face a covey of
suffragists and give his views on their
problem. If you do he won't even stop
to call you names, but will hurry away
lo the nearest spot where solitude Is to
This was Illustrated to-day when tho
explorer arrived hero lo lectin e. Some
of the elusive tilings he did were these:
lie ll.d from a committee of busi
ness men sent to hand him the keys
of tho city.
lie declined to see Mayor Marx.
He elnili d two thousand school chll-
dicn gathered to give him tin- Chauta-
. I ii.i salute.
. ... ... .... i .. i.t..
i ne reiuseii lo aueim a 'ih i.niniiiei
.,, . x. , ,!... ...., ...'io "if IIUIU'l.
V lllir.e.-, . ...I.e. u.,- o. . ,-,.,,
the proprietors of tho Fifth Avetmoi,, ,,' , .... , ..,-..,..-.
, ,,. . ,, ,,,, 1,,., ,
I When a down suffragists came and
put lt right up to lllm on "votes for
I women" he did a south polar dance to
ihe roof of the hotel, fifteen storleH
rilly Show KIHeleney of Drill nt a ! hlKh. closed the scultln nnd sat on It
wnile ins pursuers oriiiiiineu on inn
llndenrrler Who Was Kepi llul of
Work l.eta l)nmni(c.
KtsT Oka nub, Feb. 2S. By an order
tiled to-day by Judge Worrell F. Moun
tain Hodcarrlers llenevolent and Pro
tective I'nlon No. i of Newark and the
union's business agent are liable to
Sebastlano Toreivio for J273.75 damages
for preventing Toreivio from earning a
Toreivio testified that at a meeting of
the union he whs fined $.". but refused to
pay Wherever he .sought work he was
pursued by the union's agent, who
threatened to older a strike if he was
DALE SERVED THE CAT FIRST.
Test linonj of Wife's I'nrenls
Sciinrmlun Suit lllsmlsseil.
The Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court yesterday dismissed a suli for sep
aration brought by Mrs. Lillian Patter
son Dale against 1'ranols Colgate Dale,
who was a Republican candidate for
Congress tn M inhnttiin last full and is u
son of the late Chalmers Dale, a banker.
Mi's. Dale and her parents. Dr. nnd
Mrs. Prank N Patterson, testified that
Dale had tried to compel his wife to
leave him. They said that Dale annoyed
Company, In so far as it is und?r Gould
control, Is out for a fight with the In
teroorough and the houses of Morgan
and Rockefeller. Mr. Gould left at
midnight for Key West, w'herc he will
begin n yachting trip lo the Caribbean.
It nppears from Mr. Gould's letter
that the lirst move he made against
the Manhattan cerltlcate was on Feb
ruary 5, two days before William R.
Wllleox retired as chairman of the
Public Service Commission. Mr. Will
cox was In the full belief that the Man
hattan directors and Mr. Gould were
willing to sign the certificate ut once.
ReiMirts to htm from Judge Dillon,
.lullen T. D.ivles and Alfred Skltt, rep
resentatives of the Manhattan, indi
cated that there was no " Itch In sight.
Mr Gould, nevertheless, took the ccr
lltlcate to lils personal counsel Judge
Dillon nnd Mr. Davies were lawyers for
the Manhattan Railway Company and
asked for an opinion, on the afternoon
of Kebniar.v .' he received an answer
from T. L. Ohadbournc. Jr., which was
adverse to tlie terms proposed for the
"The pcrsual of these documents gave
me much uneasiness respecting the. po
sition of the Manhattan company under
the contracts submitted," says Mr.
Gould's letter. "I Immediately got In
touch with Mr. Skltt, and Mr. Skltt ad
mitted toboth Mr. Chadboiirne and my
self tli.it In 'the light of these opinions
tho suggested trade was not satisfactory
to lilm "
.Mr. Shouts said that the only sub
stantial objection which tho Manhattan
them by playing on the violin and that
In carving the meat at dinner he would 1 ,I)H,i to the certlllcates was that
serve the family cat tlrst
Dale has an liuome of
year from the estate of his father.
UP FOR SELLING STUFFED OWLS
made early In 1912. when tho Man-
Dale has an liuome of over J2.1.O0O n luittitti objected to the provision which
Hie rigni io lei oui inn
BOYS MARCH THROUGH FIRE.
Hemi-stkah, L. I.. Feb. 28,-
Ilcleiiey of fire drills among school chil
dren wiw demonstrated here to-day
when llfly hoys who attend suliool at
tho Seminary of St Joseph marched
that the cultures would he prov Ideil ' out In ordorly fashion, despite tho fact'
within a few days on condition that 'that tlnniw were shooting under their '
the Public Health Service do-lull one feet und the room whh full of smoke,
or more oltlcers fur Instruction under The afternoon session was won under i
ur, i' . M-.4ti.iit. ii iii t.'i,' ttt-t.iii.eijL ii au- way w lien mu.m.i ,,-hi ... ir-nun t
mlnlHlercd to patients. through the cracks of tho Moor. The!
The Public Health Service Is not pro-j Sister of Charity In churgo called tho1
under side. Snow wns falling all about
him, hut lie never quivered. Ho had
se.-n It before. Finally thoeo below
Tnlderitilsl Arc Accused of lo
liitliiK Coimerv iilloii l.n.i".
Two taxidermists with Ktnnds at tho
SpoitMiien's Show In Madison Squarn
Garden were arrested last night be
cause one displayed for sale a stuffed
long oared owl and the other a stuffed
The men, Wulter P. Hinds, 71 West
street. Portland, Me., and Plrlrh X.
Grltlln, .118 Seventh street Brooklyn,
wero arrested on the complnlnt of Kd-
irave t le city
third tracks to Independent operutors in
case of recapture after ten years. This
objection was obviated by the Publlo
Service Commission through a clausn
Inserted in the Wngner bill which for
bade operation by un Independent com
pany. Mr, Shonts picks up the story again,
with his call upon Mr. Gould on Feb
ruary 13. He wanted, he said, to find
out the cause of Mr. Gould's change ot
He explained to Mr. Gould the popu
lar outcry that would result If the In
terlsiroiigh had to tell tho public that
the Manhattan company had placed lt
In such a position that it could nolonirer
holders' meetings- -'voting trusts,' as they two battleships were ilncon, Hrlstow,
are generally known should be expressly i ilurton, Goie. Johnson, Kern, La Fol-
prohibiten. i lotto, u-a, Myers, Plttman, Pnmerene,
"Minority ief,reseiitatlon In the dire,- Hhlvely, Smith of Georgia, Smith of
torates of national banks should be se-, qnl.h , ..,,,. , , .,, ,.,,!,-,.
cured by adopting the system of cumu-1 Ho"!,( nr 1 11,1 '',' ' nnd McCumber.
latlve voting, I e, bv providing that all AS " n lnp battleship provision was
. ,. ,iu u..nuiw.l,t.,.. ' reached Senator llrnoilerro nf r,nnoetl.
...ii ,,,.. ... . r .,,.., i . cut nroi.osed an .,i,.f,Hw.n nrni-idtni. pared to give the cum its stamp of up-1 children to form a lino. Ity tho tlmo
th number of his shares multiplied by for three battleships. It was defeated provul until actual experiments havolnhn gave tho order to march (lames ,,60 Htlltl, officials for transportation
the number of directors to be elected, by a vote of 18 to 21. demonstrated its worm. Kxperiments , wero around the children's feet, but OV(,r ltH rHi
which votes may bo east solidly for oiui. The batik-shlp provision limits thai'"' ,,n ,,lulle nn,mHlH Inn, the youngsters, the oldest being 14,; Tho mllroad hud directed conductors
;Zr.h.r CO!it "f Vl;i!'('l t 7,42i;.000 and.nygl-mlc i aimrainr.es unuer tno super- i,rHVely followed thn leuu ot ono or ttm nnt to r0COBnlzo pamca of stuto offl
JERSEY PASSES ARE GOOD.
., I.. A V. II. II. Directed lo lift
lis OWelnl lllnekllsl.
TnnNTON, Feb. 28.-- The Public 1'tlllty
Commission to-day directed tho Dela
ware, Iickuwniina nnd Western Rail
road to honor asses issued to about
IT'S. W BliniHiwiuri nniill bco Ml film ti" H- .-rtn!i1 . it,.. .i . t ii.
1 tional bank should bo permitted to pur- 1 1 , , U"" nn" "f ,l,pm Hllnl1 1,0 lmllt
"chase the obligations or lid upon the In a Government navy yard,
abllcatlon or shares of any corporation Thn navy bill as represented by tho
whose directors are not chosen at olec- i commltteo carries about f 1C0. 000.000.
1) r which Is an increase of IW.000,000 over
s ( Continued on Sixth Pope, tne bin aD it passed the Uoum.
vision of Surgeon Anderwon and nn offi
cer will bo sent to New York to receive
instructions frum Dr. Frledmann.
lial'Jinlffhtv anno whlikcy" vua will of ti
J hear wata oruerluf. LuyitM Uro If, Y. AdrJ
s sler.s. whllo the other Bister remained ,. m.,ovees. to whom tho com.
In thn room until tho last child was mny wnB ()t compelled to afford free
safely out. i transportation under its charter. Mah-
Tho local department had arrived by jon i,. Hoagland, a member of tho Stato
this lime and feoon had tho flames i water Supply CoOmUslon. made an an-
in, lit a stnle iramn warden, of
220 Flsk avenue. West Brighton, Staten I be u factor In the Now York subway-
Island for violating n section of thn i Munition, no aoueu wi no rau.unu
conservation laws of 1012 In offering tho undenuaiid why Mr. Gould had changed
owls for sale. They wero released on ball , Ills mind.
.... u..,i,..n vnn Alien of 7s "To this Mr. Gould replied," say" Mr.
Oliei.ii i..Y ...-I i . - ...... ,.i,i,.,l,-l,
Union Hill avenue, Jamaica. ; mioihs, wini u. wu !., -
Hinds says ho will ask for a trial nyi wns a goon ...... ...... .
Ini-v Thev will appear in tne i-;ssex , servicn m un- .... ...... k
Market court this morning. many iio, .......
m i COlVCtl HIS CO!lipciluw'll ..." .-
QVBTIP HY POST GUMS MAIL i borough company, und that he had oh
SYRUJ? HX fUSl uuma dijuu. prv(,a tliat mnn (rPqUently tried lo
I please tho people who paid them for
rimtmasti-r All Day Dry lennlnit j t))(;lr rvlt,ra , go )10 had asked Mr, Chad
lleforr Hr Can Ulslrlliule II. I bourne, Ills own personal counsel, to
MiLntiR- N J Feb 28. It took Post-1 come Into tho situation and Mr. Chad
m er GeorgC. to nelrly all day j bourne had advised him that there wa8
to sort tmo bag of mail hero to-day be- nothing In the situation for the Gould
!".?.- 1,1. nn-i ,7 ILL containing estate. Mr. Gould suggested that I see-
wuuav v . , - . o "
maple syrup had burst and stuck the
contents of the bag together.
After being steamed and washed and
1 vmm Mr. Shonts's narrative It appeara
that this is the dlulogue which took
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