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THE SUN. FRIDAY, APRIL 25. 1913.
NEWSPAPER MEN AT
A JOLLY BANQUET
Jmrplins Pnniols. Cnhnrot Show
nnil Soncs Miike Things
ffUV NT'NDHKn OPESTS
Jprirtnrj if tlio Xnvy Tolls
sonip of ins Kditorinl
r - i
r.t iltnnrr nf the '"-rlMrrl
-d tti Amirlonn Xrwjiiniirr
- Woi UlIrm nt the Wnlrlnrf-1
'- t ntclit unse tlm hlsseM nml
' t.ul in the- r-dltor? atvl mb-
t vcr licM.
v -man C. Mnrk. tli? bctn nf
'i v 'I'-rfnr; Tlmri, to Ilnrry
i: n t,irrlon t!rn Oil!'." nlil i
' - tUT V. Tine?, tin1 vlnitltii;
- rvikir." urro sure- that New
t .mi!v p,un In tlm world for
' ' " nn-1 l.el srrt t iRrthrr nartlc".
", 'i"'ivti'n,iit '.hs not conllnod
'I'm ''in" nf thp !piilf r. !
. -. r,-,,rt hiMl ;i I'.ih.nct ,hnw In
-1 ) t .f I),, jr iiinnrr.
'"nil '11' .::n rre-rtni In th centre
- c mi hil''noni viiiins women vvlin
. n tn i-'rnl' rottif dlrs fnntr tile
c m ,i!r.- ,i titl nll'il upon the
rv t.i carry the fllofttJ.
;'- -. i hnrpNt- ami h pprformrr
ii. to.! forcoitm instrument, tin
II. ami nimiiMcnis ymini; niPti who
.'". f-mini; v.ufps thai wmiM hae
!' im 'n li,il). . Ity pcl:tcr pun loll'.
V. i all it w.is ii regular banquet,
s r-t A P ,mr) . N. I'. A. folk ari-ir.!-
-(! Hip (iniHlvd .tolllfylnK at
1 -' M k hl mnrnlnc.
''.ir.' U Miller, .lilinr of the New
T 7 ',, who llie toiiNttn:iter, and
. I 'i-ippKl hm Kavel to Mcnal for
ri p f.r-d tuoro thnn 7ut. With
M" ' I a: th" tiiie-st tslilp were the-
.!. 11.. N.iM-. .lo.vpplius D.ui
u li.i I iut hpurd that tin- plant
' 'n tu'w-impiT. tln rta!iph. N.
mp nml iIJijcitit, had lcn
'rrr, v tlr; I.leiitenant-Cnm-.nd
r I.e'ch C. Palmer, his aid:
JS'T! Pw'tia. Now Orleirf" '!(;
' 'ri. IVcicrlik It.iy Martin. W. U.
U'.f,an, Philndflphla llullrtin ; V. H.
1 wle. Spokuit ."JinI,-.-riifiii ttcvicw:
.-nHrd M Uidrlir. Now York stnatx
7"tun); Col. N fJ. (Vlmrn. Now Haven
Joiirmil-rniiricr . V. U. .lennlnn)". Upprp--"ntatlve
I'ranl. I., nreetio. who is an
d tor when at hump In St. Albany. Vt ;
A'l lph S. tVlui, New Yotk Times;
1'r.ink R. Noyp.u, prp.'ldcnt of th" .n
ioc, .tPd Pre.; MpIvIIIp K Stone cm-
rn' manacer of thp A.-s-oclatfd lYer;
Hf iu. nr. Chatlp-. Aloxamlpr I'.lcdi-"i-nd.
pastor of the riiiveridty Plarp
'rpi.vtprlan riuirch; l'ol. Phillip T.
H Ice, Victor F. l.aw.ou. Chk'aso )i(li
'" . John P M.ickay, diaries It.
art. Unltlmnro Sun; Charles Y.
V 'I"'- I.ou' lirmbltc: (.'onuio
n. New York Tribune: Elbert H.
r "leveland PiVifti Ihilrr, and presl
en' ef th- A. N. P. A., and Thurles V.
"li nmll tahlr nirn th nu-n
- -. i ii,-. tiic )-ucrpHfiil npw.Mpappr!
. . i hptwpeii the Atlantic and the
iid ltvit-rn th (.nlf and
r ..- ,.iH
1 pr-.eipil wiiopch of the 'Pnlnt:
''hvi tel in- the S"eri'tiiry of th
" Mr 1.iriPl. partly bpcau."p of
,i.i.r:ty with h! follow editorw
1 i v Iipp.-iiiku of tho sympathy
s p on .'ipcouilt of the dPtril.'
I H npwspajipr plant by lire,
i nkiibly friendly frreetlni:.
i-. S"-r try recalled that he had
.l u ilti-r H. I '.-ise, tlv new Am
y i "ireni Hntain, yenrp iico. In
' i-' i i of the Stat? thruntrtc.
i-ipr in i:.i!ei,-h. N. t'.
Ii i r" tn.iith-." Kild the Hecre-
. ,f eonvpftltiK the paper
n i okly to a dally lioKan to buz?.
' Iw rnct. I .ipoko to Mr, Pace
; 'iid nothint; to m. but he told
i7v . ,i mirj. It was nboi.it a 'man
v .,1 i,i ,,cj) to Hie devil 111 con -i
'h n c.f iir.IltnltPd ctifh from the
1 t r. .con
1 mail put.. red on a career of lux
u i i r.i auaiiee. lie droppnl
'c'li. i . r where, bin hiK draft" on
v j 1 wen- always honored, 'Phen
- if i mined to i-.itiibll!-h a daily new.s
i t i It- . cinipped ,i plant that was
- ..f l.i.iutv and . wrk of art.
i. il m pi tor him.
if ..ii, re tryliis to etctabllsh a
iii. spa per. ' f-ali) the Hevil, 'I
r 1raw fiom the i-ontraet. You will
s oi't the treiiury of Hell bpforo you
' ' and. be.-ddeH, if you try to become
f- ...iitor of a daily newspaper 1 will
l' our soul anyway.' "
T Siejituiy ."aid that there had
l'-r -i j, two Presidents In the past
v.-iih who cavo evidenre from an
' i ' ' i! point of view of peculiar flt-
e f- r ofHre. Ono was Abraham
who silerted (lldeon Welles,
i" if. fur Secretary of the Navy,
' I o'li.-r was Woodrow Wilson,
' " ireii Mr. r.'inlels for the post,
i L f . -iid they were wise
i ii ' it- ihe truth of the prln
' l !!! in "Pinafore":
. ir .'... i ni ni er ci to a
' m " iti.ri nt rhc (Jui-iin'
ind'-rstood." eontlliued Secre-i"UI-
'ihat Winn was needed
'. much a innn who niuld talk
. -1 1 ; v oi abulary of starboard
ie.hirh, by the wav, ha been
i'o apnoeiiou rpsueliide with
i:.'.roal of Admiral Dpweyi but
ii.i.lv called for .it tin1 head of
w a- a tiian.iRimj edit.,r. ono
'''rr.ff c, I., maki as
' and to put the rliV'ht men in
piaeo at tho rlKht time."
i. Sreretary look up some of
- nnd problems of newspaper
vi n who enters Journalism with
' ' . ino'.h e of doinK frooci and net
i iiinv bironiP both a publlr'her
' !, hilt he Will nevfr become
M.' snld the Secretary. "He
mote than n nun can be
i i err at mirKcon who always ha.i
n the K.KO of Ilia fee
i t' i i'voii Is utterly oblivious
'n ' ihfiiiTht of eompeiiatlon while
i m life, Jut so the real
.1 ir. i-i enter upon his profpp.
i ., de'To to m ro as his con
' I "i on '
"'iri li.iniPls said that if ho worn
h" hi ail of n eollpKe of journalism
d require every prospective Jour
mdidt ' icid -Mcrrlam'8 "Life of Cam-
ttel Kin.-lps," nnd to write n hi thesis!
the fpi pt of how the PprlnKllpld Wi'iwh-
(frmi, published In a comparntlvily small
eltj. lncnme tnoto Inllurntlnl than any
mhfr Nrw KtiKlanrl Journal.
"Hp breathed Into lis columns siki a
ip'rlt that. tliom;h deml, he still
spe.iketh," snld the Spcritnry. "Ilpre
was the secret of his power, He did
not lock himself up In the Vtefnth story
of a buildlns and write phllllplcs about
men and thlnes he had never seen,
"lie attacked the evils of his own city
and State, even though he offended
cre.it nnd powetful lenders. He didn't
criticize the public oftlclnl down In
Washington nnd let Kraft nnd selfish
nrs bo on In his own homp."
t'oncernlni; the relation between
(iovernment and prrs. Srrretnry Dan
"One is as necessary to the other n
the hand Is to the nrm. The man In the
press sallery Is as useful as the man on
the legislative floor. He knows the tent,
per of the public. To th otllclal who
invites hV cooperation he Is an tnvalu- '
able aid. He never violates a confidence. I
He hn served tinny a RTfat man from
errors that would hnvo wrecked a cs- j
rcrr. He has nipped miMiy nn Intern- ,
pernte utterance In the bud." i
The Spcretary closfel hi speech with: j
"Spenklni: for tho rew Admlnlstra- :
Hon nt Washlnptott, let tne say It hns
no policy of cone. altnent. It nppealr ,
not to nny croup or class, but Itn np- '
Iieal l to the whole people of America,
nnd It realizes that It will w-n their np- !
provnl only as It entries out Its pledges
and tnpctn the Just need of all the pen
pie who oppoe prlvlleKH nnd demand
only a fair chnnce. It lnttes criticism J
In all th'it It doe. It wishes to have,
the se.tnh llsht of publicity turnpd upon
aJl Its nets.
The Itev. Chmles Alexander Klch
mond. presldpnt of Pnton CoUpcp, dis
cussed certain points of Mtullnrity that
he saw between clergymen and news
piper men. Neither, he said, wns as
wise ns hp looked. Moth luid tho faculty
of dlscussltiK any subject on earth with
u tremendous show of wNdom, and both
were able to say a very little In a. most
The other speakers were Chnrles H.
Crusty, Col. N. 5. Osborn, Bernard H.
Kidder and ltepresentatlve l'mnk 1..
Oreeno of Vermont.
. W. W. THREATENS
A BEER BOYCOTT
)',ilpr.oii Hrpwprs rnld the A. F.
f Ii. I.pihIci's Mnt Kepp
I.KADF.HS A HE IXDICTKD
Four Tnip Bills Found Alrond.v
nnd Another Is
Inrorporiitcs .Mrmtierxhtin oel.
Ion I'ndrr t 'orU I. airs.
The American Newspaper Publishers
Association reoriranbed yesterday nt
the second day's meetine of the asso
ciation In tho Waldorf-Astoria. It
chanced from a commercial corpora
tion to a membership association, in
corporated under the laws of this State.
The chanco had been contemplated
for some tlmn nnd yesterday the mem
bers approved the course tnken by th
otllcers and executive committee.
The inemhrr. listened to nddressps by
union labor leaders. Talks were made
bv .lames M. Lynch, president of tho
International Typographical Union:
.lames .T. Preel, secretar' of the in
ternational Stereotypers and filectro
typers l'nlon, nnd by Nathan Woll,
president of the International Photo
The lubor livaders nssured the editors
nnd publl"her that the relationr be
tween the newspapers nnd the union
labor omployfps were cordial and satis,
Anions the miscellaneous topics, dlF
cused In thp mornlnn and nfternoop
psslon wpre tlip vaJu of cost con
irrpssps. etllclpney experts, interfrenr
with the distribution of npwspapprs by
the Pot nuice lleparttnent'H consoll.
dation of bninehps of varlou post of.
flcp". the wlmiom of etaMIrhlni; class
A nnd cla H memberhlw, no that the
association could take In many small
dallies throuchout the United States,
and zone rates for second clnss mall
To-day the aoc1atlon will conclud
Its convention and will elect offlrer
lel)onnih Ant Ilelrlnic nn IlnlTrn.
.lames S MeDonoKh. who hi nn
nounced hl candidacy for the Job of
District Attornev of the new Hronx
county, said eterdny that he wanted
It understood that his interest In the
place had uothitic to do with Louis F.
From toe-cap to back
strap, Regal Shoes
are "carbon copies"
of "Custom Boots."
They have that, robust,
un-"fussed" lookand that
dash without "Jash"
which challenge and
charm your eye in the
boots of the most
New Yorkers, Londoners
and Parisians with whom
it is a creed to be "groomed
to a hair."
Etch this thoticht into your
mind, true fashion is not
metrtpolitan, hut (osmopolitttn
not insular, hut inttrnatknal
True fashion uirdles the globe,
treading Central Park, Hyde
Park and the Bois de Boulogne
with the same detached ease.
If you want ytur shoes to
interpret the pre-advanctd moda
sponsored by the best-dressed
set the world . over, go to any
A'ccj Shoe Shop or look in any
Rexal Show Window to-day.
Wherever the social graces are
practised at home or abroa'd,
you'll feel "tit home" in a
Rfiral Shoe, And you are not
price-punished for its super
"smart" style that grips the
Exclusive Custom Styles
$4 to $5 k
REGAL SHOE SHOPS
Up-town -Down-town-All tbout towr.
PATKtso. April 24 Indictments
charfrlnit leaders of thn Industrial
Workers of the World with unUuful
assembly were voted this afternoon by
the Passaic county Grand Jury. It wn
learned that the lndtetnvnls would not
bo handed up to I ho coutt until aftet
tho Itivcstlcatlon of the character of
t-otno of the speeches dellvetcd to the
HtrlkliiK silk woikeis by the le.ulers of
the I. W. W. have been completed, The
present Indictments and that which will
probably be voted to-motrow e,row out
of l he arrest of nip Hill Haywood, Carlo
TresiB, Adotph I.rssiK, Patrick Qulnlan
mid lCllzabeth Hurley Flynn durlni: th
early days of thp strike.
Chlrf of Police John Rlmso.i nnd
Captain of DetrctlVf? .lohtl Tr.teey
were before the Oraml Jury this ; 1 1 r -noon
and gave testlmonv recardim.' th"
speeches of Tresca, I,esv, Qu'n'i.i an 1
Miss Flynn. They expei w to be iv.Ilod
nsaln to-morrow tnornlncf to iv. U
limony aKalnst Haywood. The four in
dictments alxady found and that to he
xoted on to-morrow will then be handed
to the court. The live traders now un
der Investigation were arrested smutty
after the strike began nnd remanded for
the Ornnd Jury. They are now at lib
erty under ball.
ICwald Koettiven, locai organizer for
the Industrial Workers of the World,
menaced IHtcrson brewers to-day with
tho thrent that the striking silk' work
ers will refusn to drink beer made in
this city unless Asemblyman James
Mntthew-H, secretary of th United
Trades nnd Labor Council, cea.es his
activities In persuading the strikers to
Join the American Federation of Labor.
Matthews Is also secretary of the Hrcw
ery Workers Union, which Is nlllllated
with the A. P. nf 1, which organization
the 1, W. W. lenders accue of tryrng
to "break the strike."
Notwithstanding the' promise to give
a Pankhurstlun twist to the prpsent
affliction of Paterson the A P. nf L
leaders continued to-day their pros
elyting nmon? the striker nd It was
nnnouncod that 2."0 of them had Joined
the federation. The leaders say that as
soon as they get ",000 strikers enrolled
they will fro forward with the settb.-ment
I. W. W. pickets kept close watch
to-day of Turn Hall, where the enrol
ments are being made. Th I, W. W.
organizers have spnt protests to the
in mnal hendrpiHrteri auiiinM .Mat
thews, but the lalic r say that two nn
tl'Uial organisers of the V 1". of t will
e .ni" here to he'p h.in n I w il hslandinc
tli s protoM
lllg Hill Haywood again denounced
.Mm 'loldeii nf the A. F. of L. to-day,
drelarl'ig thet he wns n piofe-slonal
utrll.p brivibrr and deslrotl" of deliver
ing the silk workirs nier 'o the tender
mercies of their employers.
John Hut klmttlt and his father were
held up this morning by live Italians
while on their way to work, finp of the
Italians npproarhed with a club In hand
aiid Ilurkhatdt promptly opened fire
with a rcvolrr, He has a permit to
Thp Italians ran nway, two of them
supporting ono of their companions,
who appeared to have been wounded In
Willi. itn Pawron, a llremnn nt the
Cadgene Dyeing Works, receleri a beat
ing this morning from a crowd of Ital
ians, who nttneked him ns he wns going
Mrs. Kon Pnstor Stokes spoke for
nearly nn hour to-night In Turn Hall
on the problem confronting laboring
men and women In their struggle for
better wages and working conditions.
More thnn LRno strikers, with their
women and chlldten, packed themselves
Into the hall, Mrs. Stokes was intro
duced In nn hour's speech by lillzabeth
tint ley Flynn. one of th I, W. W.
Mrs. Stokes said she. did not come
to ndvocatn one labor organization as
against another nnd her mention of the
A 1'. of L. brought hisses nnd cat
calls. She urged the sttlkers to stand firm
for their demands nnd predicted that
hey would win. She recounted the
I'Ktnlllsr argument that the bralnn and
brawn of the workers created the. wealth
or the capitalists nnd that thero should
be n division of the reward.
She was sure the working people of
P.Uerfon nre In sympathy witli the
present strike, but thai their expres
sions of sympathy and encouragement
ate not printed because of the un
friendly attitude o( the local newspapers.
; Xm Transfer Role In nrooVlTn.
The Urooklyn Rapid Transit Company
hm agreed to glv transfeis to passen
gers who board the Flatbush-Scventh
' avenu cars thinking that they nre going
1 on un Flatbush nvenun. The' Public Ser
vice Comni!s!nn received many complaints j
that the lfms were misleading and that
i when once they were on Flatbush-Sev-cnth
avenue cars they couldn't change
to Flatbush avenu car wttnout paying
, a second fare
The Isle of
By STEPHEN FRENCH WHITMAN
"Stransely facinatins talc." Ouilooh.
By mail SI. 4)
I K N. Maci & Ci.'i (ttrietiim In Their In mcit
Hull Seoul; liiel.il, 3llb II 35lh It
1 To Make
) Was once a matter of
g) skill or luck often a
(gj combination of the two,
Today you may count
twith the" certainty of
science upon Coffee that (S)
I-. deliciously fragrant.
smooth, comfort ini;. ami ' )
full of that elusie an-
!g) ma that is the soul of the
The secret lies m the
Percolator, and amorip, (S)
the beat of thee ii
1 $6.94 .
A one carat Teda Ruby con.
tains practically one carat of
Real Ruby. Teda Rubie$ cott
$12 a carat; natural Rubies $150.
The only difference, $!38 a carat.
are mounted in exdusive
settings executed by our
Paris craftsmen, and with
genuine diamonds only.
308 Fifth Arenue
7 Old Bond Sheet
10 Rue da It Piix
Wilnul St. it 16th
FSt. t lldi, N.W
Loru tl ttl t tilt,
416 Boktnn 3ul
AlluticCltT I 'lit fln.r.lw.ll,
tV" 16 Atmue NUaeu
Vhu 2 KlmtiSnefiiraii
RBt 144 Cono UmUno
Uhontaria tn Aufxo i
CtUi (Stw) Fnac
These are of six-cup
bize and are preciseh
similar (save for the sil
ver plating) tmomethat
are advertised exten
sively eUewhereJat ?o.5(i
in nickel plate.
Ptc liody i heavily silver
platcil on copper, ami the in
Mile llji ,111 .nldl'IOM.ll co.it of
-xilul tin i.nder tho silver.
The Percolators jre built
in such ,i w jy that no collce
ilust i.,in he washed into the
KkIv of the pot.
Thus tlvre is no cloud
unst nice in solution, and
L0iisf(uei t in) hitter t istc
in our i, of lee.
Is it not well worth
$6.94 to insure per
feet coffee every
morning for (he rest
of your life?
And this Percolator
will be a decided or
nament in your dining
room. Remember, it
is heavily silver-plated.
taiusuxs ,.:vrm mn lew
(From the Boston AVuj Bureau, April t8, 1913.)
Steady Improvement is being made in promptness of their passenger
traffic movement by the New England Lines, both north and south. At
the South Station the time-record for the fast trains from New York is
especially interesting. With the Bay State (which, by the way, enjoys
the reputation for the best record of any "limited" in the United States)
there has not during the current month been a minute's delay in bringing
this train into the South Station. In the case of the Merchants train
the entire equipment of which is now all-steel there have been only two
April delays, of one and four minutes, In-its arrival at Boston.
Since February 1, tickets for the New Haven's "limited" service be
tween Boston and New York consisting of the Bay State, Knickerbocker
and Merchants, three daily trains each way have carried a provision for
a $1 price-rebate for a delay of over 30 minutes In reaching destination.
During this period, however, there have been but 10 "excess" delays, seven
of which were in February, and the trains for the most part have been
kept practically on time. During the present month, for instance their
delay in arrival at Boston has aggregated but 23 minutes,-consiafting'of
seven, eleven, one and four minutes, respectively.
THE FIVE-HOUR TRAINS BETWEEN NEW YORK
AND BOSTON AT 10:00 A. M., y.00 P. M., AND 6:00 P. M.,
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WITH ITS SANDY BEACHES, MOVING SAILS, PRO
TECTING LIGHTHOUSES, RIVER, HARBOR AND IS
THIS TRIP ITSELF IS WELL WORTH A HOLIDAY.
THE NEW FIVE O'CLOCK FIVE-HOUR STEEL TRAIN
IS THE FINEST IN THE WORLD, WITH ITS TAPESTRY
UPHOLSTERING, INDIRECT SYSTEM OF LIGHTING,
AND NEW SYSTEM OF VENTILATION FEATURES
FIRST INTRODUCED IN THIS TRAIN, AND NOT YET
IT PASSES OVER A ROADBED UNSURPASSED THE
Boob Sent FREE
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Telephone, Maillron f iuare, 47W.
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o Carolina ave. A Ltnrh. I'rlvate bathe, run
slat water la rooms, elevator to street lerel.
Mm Parlor. Capacity J.v. special Sprlat rales.
UooUIft BYRAN e5t WILLIAMS.
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I JOSHH yillTK tc StlNCOMrAtn'.
.iKI'.llOlllt. N. .1.
l.anrel In the I'leie-. Laurel llnv.e.
On Shore of One of Prettiest
Lakes in Vermont
IN "THK MOST DF.Lir.IITrUL REGIO OV
Prom tlx in ten rooms, fully furnished, elec
tric ltehts. modern nlumhlnr srltJi halh. hut anil
cold water, open fireplaces. Complete EUetrlo
i Hante for Cooklna, coniiaol eleetrlo service
at extremely low power rates; stable; vegetable
and flower (arden: tennis; rowboats furnished,
, motor-boats available: splendid mountain scenery,
, Pure Mountain tprlna Water, beautiful drives,
telephone; free delivery el mall: trrooerles. laun
I dry. Ice and all suppllea; near vtllafe of Itm
i tnhablunts; boardlnj at cafa If preferred: ben
oi reiercacca; pricn aiiu eo eiou, uay so to oci.
is. Write for Illustrated booklet. Address W.
J, 3.. box 101 Sun office.
low prlco, for June
na sept, uoomet.
C A I F E T U D I O i8r9 K
,vd ooiicr inratiou m .vtw tork; ou,ijdo people
pao building dally: only cafe between lih and
i:rt sis.; established money maker or DO year.:
entire i siory bulldlni to let Call on owner o,'
, building. I'.MIIt.s, :si Uesi 103d at. Telcphn. ,
.1H(i llli er '
LOST, FOUND AMI REWARD.
lamalca n. Hotel ramm on Famona
Delcrades ljke. Wonderful black bass, trout,
stlmon rtshlng: large farm attached tuppllca
table dally: modem service, excellent euliineh
Booklet. MARSHALL A STONE. Oakland, MA
lost betneen Ansonla Hotel and Aeolian Hall
Cli Subway) manuscript of Oscar Leon a song
composed on John Hay's poem "A Womaa'a
Love," dedicated to lime. Destlnn. AddrvM
Suite VO0. Aeollaa Hall. .