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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
.Murphy ami Tannnnny Will
Kiirlit Snlzci Rill
TH HEATS nVfiOVKKXOK
Loadors Xnt for State
wide Law to Hp
UONnif PROMISKI- MrPAl.l.
Sriy. Mt'iMin W011M
.ticc to I l-Miltl
to-night thnt ho
L'.'i -- fjnv Suizer said
l.l .1 H i! decided pol-
i ciy tli.it In
i ml argue in
ivmild 4ippr.tr personally
fiit.'r .if his statewide
i 'io,i ti..inlniit'ini bill before thr Seii
ntc liidl.-i.iry Committee In the Assem
bly i 'ham In1! t'l-tiinrrnw afurnn.in.
It ni.ule plain tn-nlKht that
I'harlf V .Murph.v and his friends In
thr Legislature arr to tight thu Gov
ernor's bib openly and will not at
tempt t.i smother !t in committer In
either thr Semite nr Assembly.
Sen iter .lohn V. Murtaugh nf Elmlra.
chairman nf thr Srnatr .fii.Ilfl.iry Com
mittee, issued a statement to-night dr.
hiring hl. opposition to thr hill unless
his constituents take an nppnslt" view
in the future
fov Sulzer's war lioard of 100 mem
bers, appointed a week ago to create
pontlnirnt throughout ilir S'.itc In fa
lor of thr i.nvrrnor'.i lull which alml
hhrs party Statr convrntlon". has dnnr
work wrll. ("liisr to a thousand
People from all .irition." of thr Statr
ore rNptctrd to rtpond to (lov Snlzrr's
invitation m drsend upon Alluny to.
morrow and makr thrlr irrsrn..j f.-lt
ii' the lirnrlnR.
Men who liavr not lirrn a.-tlvr In poll
t s for years lircauxe thry had lost
ontrol In Un-ir dlstiicts and tlinsf
ii-State P'Miiiii rats niiposcd to Tarn
i tally Hall will largely m.ike up thr
i .ivernor'" friends who will i nine to
Ihany to aihucate the iitmlittim nf
: utr conventions controlled liy Charle
1' Murphj. tinv. Siiher will have more
i ci rutty for hN lull than under nrdi
l..n y rlrciimstnnet n pr.'.ius.' In- has let
t, ! known that every Mate official.
M.ry meml'ir of the I.rijisl.itur", eveiy
t.i,.te commltteenvin and livery county
i iuirman In the Democratic party who
.. a.-ainst h! hill I- .n'alnst the Denm-iia'e-
party, the UrmocratH' State or-l,.i.-..-iMon
and aK.iinst C... Sulzet's
'niinlbtration. and will treated a
! ' lij (iov. Sulzer fmm now on.
tinv. Sul.'.ei and his friends have made
( plain to tlmsr DeniiK-rats who have
I cell hosltatiiiK that thry may as well
tat on the Kind wacoii imu or they
will not he considered in the future
1j the Sulzer ailmlnistintlnn.
Cio Sulzer lia- told them that
Charles I '. Murphy annul elect a Mayor
in New York ity n..t fall, that Mr.
Murph Is to haw no 1-di ral patron
n Kt at U'ashlnuloii. that Mr. M'npliy
IS to ll.IV.- Iiolli- to sp.-ilk of flotll the
Sulzer administration mid i spei 'ally
none whiih iidonirs to up-statr Ii.nio-
i rais, aii'i iiihi in im J t .1 1 i.i-nlt will ,
Pe the reorpan'.ntion of Tiimman Hall I i ...
ufttr thu fall'.- lection and tin- i..p.m
t rT.iriit of Mr Murph as le..di r
Snlz.-r's fri. nils said tn-nlKht that the
..ieinor wouM name the nest l.-adi-r of
'I'aium.iny Hall, and that it Would U
l.'dwaril H. Mci 'all. chairman of Hie N
v urk city 1'iiiillc Service foiiunis-
i ov. Sulzer s friends also liae mad
I luln that if his riiim I prlm.lr hill fa'.ls
i the I.eui-l.ituro every county leader
i thn State who opposes hint will Iomj
I a pationafe at Allan. the iJuvernor
oins so tar as to assert that he will
.minute trum the State administration
i-ry nttli ial who i, n'it wlti' linn heart
and sun I.
The lii-arintr scheduled to tien
pioinptly at - o'clock The Hmernor,
throuuh Ills seclelar. Chester C. I'l.itt.
has Invite, a Ioiil- list of peakers, two
score of them, and iiii to last niclit ac-
eptance had heen received from .loan
,1 Hopper, Independence .earner, Will
i iiii II Hoi, likis... st.iie liHinnan of
the I'roL'i-rsslM- parlv. William A
VrenfJercast, Comptroller nf sv, York
'v. 1'iedefiik .M Davenpott, chair
man of the leu-Mlatlve luinmltter of
Ce 'rozresivi. party; ciiHrles .V Hut.
l-e; nf i i-wi-so, Thomas Mot I i i-borne nf
Auburn, former Spfuker of the Asem
ldy Daniel I Cri-ble. Canon Wllllani
Sheafe Chnue of Krooklvn, A .1 Kllai
i f Murrain, Daniel .1 Diican. Stale com
'illtteiinun or Al'Mllv , diidKe .nm D.
I. nn or flochrster. l-'rank Cooper, Cor
i.'iatlon ' 'rum -t.! of Schenei tadv: rtnh
'I S. lilnk-rd. si'-relary of the city
i Tib .r. .1 u'Cnnell and Cred W Hen
i ks of New York c,iv
Senator Miicauvh said I'oiil'jhl:
"In me Jiidcmeiil the aholltinn of the
f-iale crint entlons wlllmui amendlnK'
the r,, n.dltiit!i.n and prnvidlnc fur ,t
short ballot womM be a sfrl.ui mistake
Mid Its v opitinns liiijir.ieiu-nlile and
i..lftilr In the up. Stale inter
"In 'he returns nf the last election
C. it Sulzer received ii IIi.fi.Ml voles This
t'n best lei-is that can he taken for
'r'tllli; lit the l-e.t: HlltMIKth of Ihe
i '.-'I . I . t ! - part) In New V. ni-U State
.e:n:t one-half of tin tote, or ,",n I.OOn,
uni" fioni four of the MM.t-one conn-
rs, New ork. KIiil's, i.iueens and
It ' hninnd, i ouslitulliilf the ell) ,,f
-'eater New Voil, The remalnlni;
;il5.ri,'i! votes came fnnn Ihe tlfty-sevfn
oilier cniiiiiu .. -:rie i-oiinty iontrlh.it-
UIK over lion, i, tit tic Irsrt Ihan the
lo'llhllied Deiuoi-rallc vote of Ijuei ps
.'ml Klchmotld iininlles (in the fare nr
h. turns It look us thoiiKh the up.
SUili Demii.-lals had the balance of
I HVer by a muiuin of liter ll.flOll vnte.
1 a' 111 point id to I Ihe even,,. m , ,1
"As-umlni: that i'.i- -luteunie direi t
piiinar.v' lepi.4lai!on i- e.o teil In'o law
What will be Ih luMou nr those uho
ileUo to nhlain a li. ii in t i.i t ji mi oil l ho
State tl'-ket ft run diMruls like mine?
"The Ikinoi railc m nanlailnnH In
New York and Klnns vvoik toneiher, and
the panic Inttiieiice Ih dc-nilnttut In a
lesser ib-ylro pel baps III UlleeliH nnd
Itleliinond The leinh-rs of Tainnmuv
Hall can nominate ilm cntlio unite
tlckt-t IrrespKiH.i nf Ilu ttlahea nf the
mUBlr of the mule, bttuubu tne
nemocr.itk' vote In llreatrr Now York
Is nearly h unit, ens', in enroll nnd more
(.idly obtained mi jirlm.iry day Hum In
ho mini illi-l - white ihe population
l HI'tlll' t'Ml
"I believe tin scheme I- nn Injustice
I to ininllilaii y n hi- inii'rlnr of Hi" State,
who Would he minimi between tll' Krerit
, millstones nf New Ymk ullil lltlffalii.
"I Inn nullum; nuMlnst Tninmnnv
Hull nr Him l-'rle ..um Ivmncrucj, Inn
cnntrnd nn i oiiil.tueni t should have n
mnrc flfectlve nil o III Ilu- "election nf
ilic State ( undlduti s mi .i Imnry day
'linn l lvcn under ihf (Inventor's il.m
nf 'State wide primal le... ' "
At muni tn-iimrrnw 1 1 ilovcrnnr will
, mlilrrxx the tienim rntli count v chair
I iiu-n In tin- lliecutlvo Chamber and te-
1 1 1 - t tin-in in tin before the Judliinry
I Commute!" niul fnvnr hi lillt. TIiiii"
county t h.i I rtticn have I won summoned
In Albany by wire by Mnvnr Shkiio nf
I'oiiKiikeepslc. who hcmls the Slate nt
B.'inlzatlnn nf iimnty chalrnipn
BELIEVE IN CONVENTIONS.
It ciiilillcnii "-Inteincm
At.msi. April i! T'h Hepulilli an
' leaders ill thr I.rHl-daturc inaile puliltr
in-day a statrliii iil e.pn sum the feel-
Iiik of the mliioiitv i.iiicii- towald t!ov.
I Sulzrr's dlrrcl prliium hill. Thr state-
menl calls atti ntlon in the pilniarv re-
fnrm hills Intrnduced last l-'elutlary liy
Srnalnr llrown nnd Assrinlilymaii Vert.
The hills are still leposlm.' In coinnilttee.
It Is pointed out In the statement that
the hills provided for direct prim. tries
iiIoiik the HtirM iopoed liy (lov. Suler.
lnit they Included clauses lallliu; for the
pel ietualii.n nf Slate conventions. Why
the cntiveiitinns were xiifeiruardcil ! e.
pained as follow
"We ii.. ii. a f.ik.ir the aliollt.on of the
Si ite convention. hee.ni" under a tem
of dlreel.v electeij delegate to ooiivntloti"
all ii'h deleuiili" to lo nomlnnted by
Jietitlaii nil candlditM for State oftlco
have efpitl npiKirunlty to have delecttes
pldie, to their silpfort
"n-rauie the Itopubllran platform at
Saratoga expressly declares acalnst :t
"IteiMiife t ;ieJ an undue preponder
ance nf power to Hie more thickly s-t-tied
districts of th State. WV believe in
one vote one value which cannot l- ob
tain! d If to east a prlmiry ballot In
thr country a voter must travel live miles
and In the c'ty ito around th corner of
"lt"caue no candidate fir linvrnw
'an po-sllily sure. nl .t ucli a primal v
without the hacking of a political u.tti.
zatlnn nr the Use of a larite caillpalEn
"He..iUe. the voters not havinc h id e.
Prenee yet with a leal direct trltnarv
system In political sub(livllon, that si.
teni -lioulil be irlvd out befote It . .
tended to the entire Slate
' A a matter of (irlnelple i do not
fivnr n uulatliin b the Stale of the num
ber nf membership of the State committee
nr of tie- i. unity committee, hut the ic.
.ie-tinns made that the State committer
oiivlsl of one member from eaeh Assem
ble district, and that the unit nf repte.
s iitatlnn nf county committees shall be
the ei. .-thin district, which is now the
unit in nract!call.v all of the Iti-piiblli-an
organization- In the Slate, are entllvlj
unibJeetlniMlile. We prefer a Stale com
mittee -iii-wtlns nf nr.e member from
etch Senate dl-trli t
"AlthmuMi it iiihi he pointed out that
the iii-oioal for the Kroiipmi: of candidate-
b olflces I- Iniutisliti'iit with tic
loin joi-. of the leettnn n . w hich
irrotip- e.mdldatis h) parties, we fivnr
tin- -u.-e-tlon In th- MiKnlKht bill to
that eff.ct VII candidates for fioniiii.ition
limb i dlie.-t prim tile- -hould b.- on an
"The other provision- contaln-d tn Hi"
bill ptopo-ed tiy the Cioternor are of nilnnr
"U'e therefore ptedue ourselve. to favor
p. Hon teform In aceoi dance with the
pledues of our party platform providing
for the repeal of the le-vv eleitloii law .
the abolition of the t-oMllllItt le-l.lla-
lion tie .lNilltb.il of the ii-'- of ihe paitv
nibl m and the n.rty column . the -.-pa-i
h1. Judicial ballot, inolili.llln.- use ef
nail, funds for i.tndldate- In fine He
lt Jni.i r . favnrln the .ouiCnc of e-mdi-d
( - op the pilm.tr b. dint l offl e.
.i .1 i mo Idle J for the -ho I biol
"VV( ,.,,mi-. noniiri .ti'.n of -.ij.l.tt.
f. !-.it off!...- an I Juil-' of ',.. iiuu
' V.-..ib l,v lie dir. .1 tote, if th, .w.
.! Wi f.ttoi it , -nit lit. on , oln-
f O' I' -lltl f lllle. ltt . Il.l-Cll t.t the
leilorate on -fimlilv di-trut-
j WILDFIRE THREATENS
i COSTLY COUNTRY HOMES
I'linne- Started by WorkiiiHii J
Match Sweep Ten .Miles i
of Woodland. ,
Iliur.l.i.K, N .1., April 2a A spark from
a workman's match that fell atnonjr dry
leaves started a tin- In the woods to-day
that spread over ten S'liiare miles of
limber land and threatened several
costl.v summer homes or New Yorkers.
At nildnu-'ht the tlie was pretty well
burin d nut. hut a special patrol under
Stair Fire Waiden A. H. KoilKers was
si ill bust- keeping the bla.e back from
the summer residential section
The match spark was dropped at 1
o'clock in the afternoon and within half
an hour the tire had lieRiin to cat up
the dry crass and second Rrowth timber
near Allenwood. The local fire depart
ment sent nut a call for help and about
efnj men responded. Fire Warden
Kudccr.- distributed them to the houses
in Urn threatened section with Instriu -tioiih
to start hatk fires, blazes which
tvniild run nut fnnn the houses and
meet i lie oiicninliii,' (lames. In this way
the smalli r houses were saved.
In the region threatened are the
homes of F. I.. Wins-, a piano manufac
turer; Frank Hrainnrd. n silk merchant;
llowaid .lai'iiues and .lames; D. Callery
of I'lttsliurB. These houses stund nn
the east side of the Manasiiinn HrldKe
road After the fire had speni Itself In
the timber land Fire Warden ItodKcrs
dismissed all hut half a hundred of the
volunteers. Those whom he retained
were statloneil where they could protect
the summer homes by starting back
lires if an.v of the houies were n danger.
Mr. Itodgers snya that If the wind
doesn't switch around In the night the
lire will be kept under control.
SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH,
I'harlt- I'owtell, a linnnst, of Haiti
iiiiiii, was arrested .ve'terday when dc
iiiniisliatliig a fled saving preparation at
Folsiini, I'a He Is chairted with pasilntj
Th" tire pievenlloll committer nf Will,
ndflphia found yesterday that th" Heisv
Loss House was about the most ipitaf.
pliiirttiie In the city, and thet liiipei,d.
lire Mall Is the best prulected,
A Joint deparluientiil (onimlsslon has
been appointed to consider the matter of
reasslKiiliienls of space In all public
bulldliiKs, both In and outside of Wash
IiikIoii A saving or 9100.no annually
Testlniont ended at ltotnu jesterd.n
Mil the suit of Dakota Dan In prove that
he Is 1 1, ililil lllake Itussell. a long niisn
nig son and one nf the heirs nf Daniel
Itassill nf .Mt-linse The :.on dlsaiuieared
FREE CANAL TOLLS
DEFENDED BY OLNEY
I Kv-Spcrctnry nf Stiite Dpcliifes
! Xotliius' in the Trciitii's
IS AfiAINST SfPMISSlON
He Says Reference of Question
to The lfn;iie Would
lie a Farce.
Washington', April 51.- Ulchnrd oiney,
former Secretary of State, tn n iaper
which was rend at 'o-day'a meeting of
Ihe American Soclr'y of Intern.ttlonul
Law, declared that the Huhmlssajti to
the Itiigur trlhutiHl or the question he.
tween Hrea' Itrltalti nnd Hie t'nlted
Stutes cniicernlni; I'unnm.i Cannl tolls
Would be a r.irce.
Mr. Ulney, who Is n v Ice-preal'lent of
the society, was unable in be present
and his paper was rend for hint.
Since the Fulled States Is the sole
owner of tlv cannl, which It h.i built nt
Its own expense, It has thn right to de.
tei mine uiiiler what mud. nils 'i e canal
shall be used, acturdlng tn Mr. i line,
"If this iiiestlnn H submitted tn in in
tention it should not go to the Hague
tribunal.'' he -alii, "but to a special tri
bunal. The Hague would be tun tint, tu
admittedly all Huropcan Powers are In
terested lit the outcome. To submit It to
The Hague would he In the nature of a
Mr. filney cited thnt the Claytnn-llul-wer
treaty wns brought about by the
practical protectorate the (lovernmcnt
of (ireat Britain had over the eastern
terminus of the old Nluiraguan canal
route, nnd the belief that tlnaiicleis
would timre readily subscribe to its pro
motion If tlreat Krltaln were in this
way to stand sponsor for It. It was not
then Hie Idea tti.i Hie I nlted States
should build it, but that the South
American Slate through which It p.Ls.-eil
should do so. Ho pointed out that later,
tluough the Hav -Fauncefote tteaty. the
Fulled States acittlrid rights to pro
cure, the laud for the canal anil to build
the canal through Its own land to be
subject to It- own dictation.
He declari-1 that the term "ad na
tions" does not mean the l 'need States,
but all other nation, bevanse the
1 'nlted States by acipilrlng t.tlo to the
Canal Zone and procedln to put the
canal through It became proprietor of
the propert) and as an owner It would
not he supposed to charge it- nvv n ship
ping the same tolls a other At any
event I' does no; have to ilo so
"Till- is an iirtitlrl.il waterway." says
Mr. Olnoy. "and it Is a clear principle
of International law that the owner
if artificial waterwa).- may 'annex such
(omlltinns to Its U-e a- It may please.'"
llrar Admiral Char!e II Stockton,
retired, an autlmrltv nn international
law nf tin- Natv Department, differed
fmm Mr. oiney. citing reasons vvhv
t'nlted State? ship In coastwise trade
should pav canal toll, as contended by
the Hrltlsh Oovcrn,ment
Lewis Nixon of New York agreed
with Mr lney, declaring that the
expresslnn "all nations" in the treaty
doe- not Include the Fnlte.t Statr.
The making public of Mr cilnov'i
contention that the Fnited Stntts hti
authority to tlv the toll- f,,r p.iage
thrmigli the Panama fnnn I a- it nr
tit rate rise to the report here t"-it-it-
th.f b'- .f nin'.ntmrlit a- Anilia--,i-lor
to tlrea lirlta'n wn- f r-ta'le.l bv
oblertlon- fr on Creat Itpta.ti Kird n-i
his position In this mat'er
RECEIVER HAS $850,000 CASH.
'I'rulre In nniiki-iipter hoen for
Net ork imtiierelHl I'o.
meeting of .rcditois of the New
orK C.jiiuiiercial Con, pan . I'npori.-rs of
e-ude I'ubbei. at 'Jim Itioadwav. vt .i
lield veslenlat ,tt the office of John .1
Tow nsend. teferee In bankrupt!) . at 4'
Cedar slieel. lo prove i-laiins and elect
Irustee- It was epeitid that there
would he a lively time over the election
In coii-equenee nf the contest between tile
Sallniial Iteerve Hunk and the creditor'
coinnilttee representing other banks nn
the Issue between thu secured and un
Three tru-tee- tvere uomlnaied b .In.
feph M Marttlelil. favrnel bv the com
niiltee of i-reilitois. naiiielt, John Z
I. ntti. Jr. III.- preent rneiver, William
A De Long of .".hi llroadway and Jo
seph W Harrlman. president of the
HarnniHii National I!. ink. the largest llli
t.ecured creditor. Slno.uia)
Ml It.ililwm or the National Itesrrve
II. ink uoiiilnati'd Alfreil Jaretkl. a law
)er, of I'.i Wall street. In place of Mi
Harrlman. The tlr.il ballot showed IOii
lalnis, aggregating J:.3II.11'I In favor
of the llnrrlnirfii thkrl. anil nine claims,
aggregating iti2.:'.i, for Mr Jaritski
Joseph M Harttleld of White Jt- Case
voted nlni'ty-two claims, aggn gating
5 1.07'-'. Id I, for the- Harrlman ticket
Italph Y Collett of Sullivan - Crom
well, attorneys, objected lo the claims of
the creditors' committee being counted. Mr
llartfleld ri plied that the coinnilttee had
reassigned all claims to the original cred
itors, but he would hold back these
claims, lift) -nine In number, and vole
fort) -one claims, aggregating f l,61.i,uits,
wlinii had never been assigned lo the
After sonie further technical objections
lo some of lie claim. Itefrree Towneiii
approved of the election of Messrs l.owe.
Da Long and Hnrrlinan Mr WesseliiiHii
of WesHiinan X Kr.ius. attorneys fin the
Hariiiii.ni National Hank, said that the
mil) reason Mr Hnrrlinan wanted to at
ii'Pt thn trusteeship was that Ins bank Is
tin' largest unsecured creditor and he had
in view a plan nf reorganization whereby
the iredltors will iimIizu iiiiiii' than lii
nut- other way and that Mr Harrlman
had refused to cooperate with either tilde.
In the contest for ttustte
Mr lUrtlield staled that the assets
Illicit to come Into thu hands nf the
trusties ate JI.L'OO.rton, exclusive of what
may be realized from stork In mi ijng
llsh cnnipHiiv and a plantation In South
America The rvcelver has Di.'iO.onn (-i,hIi
on hand. The liabilities aiu about
GABY DESLYS SAILS TO-DAY.
lull Winter (.urdeii slum .tn i;.
Hah) Dcsl.vs has left the Winter (Jar
ilen show, "The Honeymoon Hxprrs,"
and will sail foi' Frame to-day
No one -i-iins to know ix.n'tlv tt,j
1 0ahy Is lent lag New York
ltnle Herts Mnt erte Senirnie,
j KnRle Hertz, who was n nlen. ed In
Special Sessions lo one .t ar In the peni
tentiary before he gate gmft Inform.!
linn to Dlstrlcl Attorney Whitman, must
seivc In i- .run , i.e under a dceblon h)
the Appel.iti Ditlsioii of tin. Supuni!
DENIES CULTURE CAN POISON.
Mr. I'rlrilnmnn n, TcH Hale
slinttn II (virulent.
l'r, l'rledmaiin said yesterday that,
thcte was no pos!billty nf III- iivlruletit
turtle bacilli culture I'ter becninlm; !
polsniious, and that It was impossible,
fnf tiny paileiii to become Infected from
the bacilli he introduced in his Injection,
This statement was made after he
saw n rcprin' In Tun Si N from the
southern California practitioner in which
It was reported that Ir. r'rledm.inn's
.Intention waa virulent anil In nne rase
had caused a new tubercular Infection.
"It W not jmsslble for tuv culture
to cause the development of fresh tuber
lies in tin glutciil iiiuscles at the point'
of Injection, as this piece describes,"
said Dr. Frledmann.
It was pretty well understood last
night that the plans for the ileal he
ft -en Dr Fiiedtnann ami the ICIsmer
Mendelson Company of West street for
the distribution of the remedy hnd heen
completed anil that the contract", will
he signed to-day.
tt Is expected that Dr. Frledmnnn will
leave tnw n within forty-eight hours
BACKERS FEAR FOR
PUBLIC SERVICE LAW;
I.ccMalurc Tryinar to I'iv Hate
Witlioiit l'roper Invest lirn
lion. It Is Said.
AlbaN't. April SS.--Notwithstanding
the decisive dffe.it of the bill of Senator
Fitzgerald, dividing the Jurisdiction of
the Public Service Commissions- over
telephone and telegraph companies In
the State, he expects to have n sufficient
number of votes to pass the bill net
If It Is brought up again any Senators
who change their votes In favor nf the
bill may have considerable explaining to
Friends nnd supporters of public yer
t ice regulation fear vvhnt seem- to be
a studied effort III this year's Legisla
ture to break down the public service
conimi--toii-t law In arbitrary rate re
ditcrinns. There has been a tlood of bill
Intrnduced affecting the wire companies
of the State and If some become laws
the rate making powers of the Public
Service Commissions will be practically
The bill Introduced by Assemblyman
I.arrimer fllnK a live cent telephone
rate throughout Greater New York Is
now before the liovernor. Notwithstand
ing this the Assembly showed utterly In
t 'insistent action by passing on Thursday,
by ,i large majority, a bill Introduced by
Assemblyman Walker which Ilxes the
rates for business r-crvlce In cities at
lL'a 11 .ve.tr .mil for residence service at
j.)0 a year. No committee hearings
vtete helil on this bill.
Another bill has liceu reported in the
Senate arbitrarily fixing rates for tele
phone service in Syracuse wlihuut any
Investigation of thu merit of such a
A bill Is In progress In the Senate
which would tlx a pas-enger rate nf
(Ive cent- on all steam rullloads uperat
Iiik between any two, polntk III ihe
Ity i f New York, and another bill
propose- to tlx 1111 SO cent rate for gas
In the Thirtieth und Thirty-tlrst wnrds
nf the H0i0u1.l1 of Hinnklyti. Hnth of
'he-e matters are functions within the
n.t.'ml of th- New, York city Public
Tlie adviiciite.- or public service regu
laliiui are urging the tlnvernnr to veto
1. II rate making bills which come to him
and In his vetoes to enunciate strongly
the policy that In Is in favor of con
tinuing the s)stem In effect ill till
Slate for the last six year-, and now
being (opted by nearly every State In
the I'lilon. of rate revisions by the
Public Service Commissions only after
due investigation and inquiry.
FEARS FOR SUNDAY SALOONS.
Mm Wngner llnn-ct Two Oilier
roller mil to I'M.
Al.BVNV, April '.'5. Senator Wagner ex
pects tile lusjagc of his New York city
pnlicr investigating commltte bills, pro
viding for a public welfare coniiiu-slon
anil giving the local authorities sole con
trol of the police force, which were re
ported favorably to the Senate to-ila) ami
ordered tn a third rrHiIlng. He is mil
tei lain about the third committee bill,
which permits New York city saloons t-i
bi' open on Sunrlay between 1 and 11
P. M. This bill I- in the Senate Taxa
tinv. Sulzer signed Senator Mii'lel
laud's 1)111 providing for the appointment
of .1 State Inheritance tax appraiser In
Itronx county at $4,000 a year ami pro
tiding ror additional m-slstanta In New
Yoik and Kings counties.
The Public Service Commissions have
nssuiueil Jurisdiction of luggage and
McADOO DOESN'T BAR BANKS,
ftn)N Woiiinn'ii lleiuiii nl linn Xo
I'fTeel nn Gelling liirnrninllnn,
tSIIIM.Inv. pril ".1 "-e.retan nf the
'Ireasurv Mi dno announced to-d.iv that
hi- 111 lion In burring the woman elerk em
ploved bv the KiggsHiid S'liilnniil rtj hunk
from using a ileli In the nftli e nt the rump,
trailer of the ireasiiry dm- not interfere
wlih lliene two or any other bunk obtain
ing their information In Hie regular wav
lit blink would continue lo lie weliume
lo -end Us riiue-enlallt e to the I'oinp
troller'. ofthe to net Ihe Inloruiiiiluii oh
tallied Iiiiiii tiie bank calls alter It Is made
pillilii, lie said, but no one tumid he c, .
milled legiiliirl) lo otiupt the ofllie loi
that pill po-e
Seiiel'irt Mil Vil'i'i made plum nl-.11 Hint
hli 111 1 1' n 1 in 1 In.-1 ime ha- 110 liei.ruig on dm
ilt'iuii lure lo-inorioH ol l.iwrcine 11.
Mnrrat tiom the t oinpiroliei 's ufthc
Ml Miirriu- w.i- nppohiled, m- wild, oi
a spn 1. led lertn n live .tears, u hii h evplre
Hull : II mih milled thai Mr Mm rut
Innl not been Invited In remain until hl
Uiici..nr cinild lie nppnhitcd In the
tiiciiniline Deputt t oniptrollcr Kane will
hate 1 harge ul Hie ('ftlie.
WILL CARLET0N LEFT NOTHING.
I barges tuulnal Malnte
lis 11 1 nr.
Will Ciiiielnn, the pin t. whn died
HloiiKlSII un I ii ci'lllhei s Inn. ift an
estate whose value was less than Ilu
chaise. UKauiH It. 'ii stale, nil in
pi'i'-nuiitl piopiiit. auniunliil to only I:',.
nUM!!. Ilu, iKiluctloiis amounted tn
UV.iV I'T. Thi' llluaiy bnnKs weie up.
piathid at Tne. and ropyiluhts on
"Pllfud In." "Swish of Two Centuries,"
"A Thousand Thoughts" and ",v Thon
iiihI Mine Vmn." at JIjii The it III,
ill. nui thi tint 1. 1 fun. tie tistatiir dlfil,
' the entile citalv to Nuiuuit IC. liuod-
: WHAT'SSULLIYAN ACT
TIip Case of Dnvo anil Spike
Knsily SmootliPil Out
I SKI.F-DKKK.NTK VMS A (JOKS
,. ,, .
Ol'Y of HoniCCrCSt Scm)
Comes Out at Trial In
Introducing Dave Sullivan, ladles nnd
gentlemen, featherweight topnotcher
and one of the hel of them all In his
time, and his brother Spike, William J.,
a handy little hoy with his list... In their
bout vvltli the Sullivan weapon law In
Judge Nye's court over In Hrooklyn
i. i.... iid. .if.o ..r fbl
thr ,i "i "f i,ff '"'!!!
r;illlltuii 410111.' un i.onov-.ifc
nenr Avenue V, In Hrooklyn'H south
ernmost part... When thn two were
making their lists hand over money
they gave the house to their mother.
In 1911 Mrs. Sullivan deeded thn housn
to one of the lumbers, and tar bo It
from any one tn say which In this piece.
Com-eqilcntly Spike looked dark looks
ut Dave and l ave looked upon Spike
with all tho tenderness with which In
other ila he wua wont to regard the
man In the opposite corner, for each
said that the deed to the house was
According to some stories Spike came
with thu tlrst of the month to the
Hotnccrcst house like the proverbial
lion. With 'him were three other men.
They found Dave lnshlu reading thr
literature nf his kind. He looked up nt
them wearily from the fifteenth round
In Tom Drown and threw "Dorna
Doone," opened ut tho spot where John
Kldd hauls out the other man's biceps
like orange pips, at the head of his
brother. Some one was struck quite
violently by "Cashel Hyron's Profes
slon" and the fight was on.
First Found -Thr live rushed to a
clinch, hut were separated by Mrs. Kul
I'van's fender, whfch fell from its place
Dave was first on his feet nnd furious
mixing prevailed. In the course of which
a hand painted china set with "To my
D"nr Hrother" In gilt on the coffee pot
took tho count. The round ended when
Spike knocked off the bronze clock that
has the bust of Henjamln Franklin
Second Hound Dave showed good
footwork by three time 'rounding the
sofa and once going char over It. Spike
landed heavily In this round with the,
standard for the wax flowers anil the
copy of "Peace on Earth" with manr
illustrations. All five were breathlm;
hard when the gong In the fire hnuss nt
2"ns Avenue V sounded
Third Hound Dave went up stairs
with the four others attached to parts
What rnllowe.1 then wns out of slcht
of the press table, hut there are those
that say that Dave got a revolver and
bumped one of his opponents with tho
butt thereof, nt the an mo time nrlng a
shot to show that It wns loaded.
Spike told this to the policeman who
srrlvr-j at the request of thr neighbors,
and the policeman decided that such
thing were in obvious violation of th
Sullivan unti-plstol shooting law. and
he pinched Dave, who remained In Jail
for some time before he could get ball.
Dave found that he had been Indicted
nil three counts while he was Incar
cerated. Two of the counts were for
assault and one war for violating the
When the case came up yesterday the
court room was crowded with friends nf
Hie battling two. The famous occasion
en which Dave, who comes frnm South
Itoston nnd wns trained by one nf the
greite-t prizefight trainers whoever got
Into the Mnssarhu-etts Legislatures old
Dan Donnelly, was being pretty badly
be-iten In 11 fight here was recalled
nnd with such gusto that the court
attendant had tn make scowling face::.
1 in that occasion Dave was wabbling
about pretty hailly and when Dan saw
how it was going with his charge he
took off his coat, nailed ncri-s the
ring ami wipul up great sections of the
arena with the other tighter, the refereo
and such spectators as got up from
under their sheltering chairs.
It startled even the world weary court
attendant when Dave's attorneys, Kll
rnn & Swans, got up as the charge of
violating tin' Sullivan law waw read and
pleaded seif.defetire. For It wnsthellist
time that he had ever heard such 11 de
fence regarding the Sullivan law. Per
muis charged with carrying cnncealcd
weapons u-uilly tell the court above
their s'h that they larry nrotind dirks
and halberds and .oS's lniMiise they
are going to a fancy ilres- ball or a din
ner where they may hi' asked by their
hostess tn say something funny. Hut
Kllroe & Swart" pleaded self-ilefence
for Dave with such earnestness and
nratoiy and so wnrked up the feelings
nf the Jury over the condition of their
lileul on April I that they went out
and einokeil tcir stained cigar and
came back with Hail' eyes swolhui In
Inform Dave as best they might that
In- should go home ami that they
couldn't po-slldy thlult of his being
guilty of violating anything In such
EXCELLENT COOK OUT OF A JOB.
I.nsl i:ioploee l-'liid no I'niili II.
I'l-pl Mil Mole Ml lull Don,
Ktleiuie ile Sznianski lalli'd Tin. Hi .s
l.isi 11UI1I to ark IT mil itit 111 11 -; couldn't
In d ine In llllil the "perfect cool,'" In
hired last Tuesday ami who deciiupid
on Thursda.t, taking 1 ver.t thlin; porta
ble in the Szymanski apartment at "HO
Itlverslde Drive. j
It was about noon, Mr, Szymanski ex. 1
pluined, when the superintendent or the '
apartment hout-o saw (he siervant Icavu
with ttvu suit tasi's. When .Mrs. Siii-'
Jman-kl, who was at luncheon. Rot back!
she found that all tlie silver, must of her,
husband's ilothiiiK, all her lllixftic, Homo
Jewelry and a strlni; of peurla were
Kotie. The cook had locked the Szy
manksl's fox( terrier In tho bithroom to
keep him from ulvlne an alarm,
The innlil's name, .Mr. Sxymanskl
t-ald, Is Stella lllrsclieiiluiuscr. .Shu Is
about 10 years old, vveluhs around 200 '
pounds, has dark lull und IiIk feet and
Is a Hue cook. Mr. K.ymanskl has told
thu police and offcra "a uultublc reward."
38. Altmatt & (Sc.
Specaai Safles of
Misses' and Small Women's Tailor-made
Suits and Everyday Dresses, Women's
and Misses' Trimmed Hats. Women's
Tyl'e Neck Ruffs and Imported Mackin
toshes, Girls' Coats and Dresses, Boys'
Suits and American Washable Home
IS. Altmmt $c (En.
are showing, at moderate prices, a number
of new styles in
Women's Sport Suits
adapted for Golf, Tennis, Motoring,
and other outdoor recreations.
Masses and CUiildremi's Shoes
made on approved lasts, are shown in
afll the newest styles and in leathers of
the best quality. Included in the stock
are High Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps, Party
Slippers and Dancing Slippers.
The expert fatting of Chtlldren's Shoes is a
feature of the Shoe -Department servke.
Furs, Rugs, DraperSes amid Lace
Curtaiiinis receoved for Storage
jJtfllj fiivtmt, 3411; mtfr 350 &tml, 2fan oxft.
RAILROADS TO HELP
IN VALUATION PLAN
I'lTsiilont Willnrd of tho Hulti
more and Ohio 'Oils of
Railroad men said vestcrday tint the
purpose of the mcetliiK of the president!
and other officers of fifty-two railroads
on Thursday was discussion of the
railroad valuation act to nrlnff about
uniformity of action and so far as pos
sible consolidate opinion on best methods
of valuation procedure,
President Daniel Wlllard of the Balti
more nnd i ihio, speaklns solely of his
own opinion, said that he looked upon
the work of valuation as one of the bis
Best taska that had ever bt'en attempted
In property and financial affairs.
"A fair valuation Ik what the lovern-l
merit wished to secure when the bill was
passed, and 1 believe that the method
the Interstate ComnnTce Commission
will adopt will be a fair one," he sadl. '
"This Is un enormous task. The!
l'atiania Canal will have cost upward of!
J30ti.tt0ii.0uu when completed. When It,
Ih reall?eil that the combined capital
value nr the railroads or this country
reachea the tlKlire or between J15.000,
000,000 and J lfi, 000, 000, 000 It will be
seen how IiIk u work Is before the
commission and the railroads.
"The railroads are not opposed to
the Interstate Commerce Commission in
this wnrk. on the contrary, they are!
ready and wIIIIiik to cooperate and ex-j
pedlte the wink to secure the best
mcaiia possiblo on which to bas-c the'
"There I- one point which I j
consider of kiciu iidvantaKn to the
with your mealt for a few days. See how much
healthier and happier you'll feel every morning.
W. Gllmon Thomson. M. D., Pnftuor of Mtltria Mcdica, Tforaptutiu.
and Clinical Mtdicine of the Unhnnily of thtClly ofSne York. In nftttnet
lo pure, carbonated iprlng alen, eayi: "They on cooling, nfrahlng, and
teholeiome. They promote dlguthn end help remove lnute ptododt from th
WHITE ROCK h a clinically pare, dellclout, sparkling PHn " ""
comet to .you in ne, elerillted totllet. ttraliht from thefamout WHITE ROCK
Spring at W auktiha, Wii. Drink WHITE ROCK, ' ' You '11 lloe 3tart longer. ' '
railroads and this is that the work will
result in shovvliiK that their real value
Is much Kreater than thnt now. repre
sented In their capitalization.
"It will set at rest the chnrces of
watered stool;. Snealflncr foe the Itjltl.
i more and Ohio. I am sure that a fair
appraisal or tho property will show
thut Its trim value Is greater than that
ut uhlch it Is capitalized.
"The roads will be ready to confer
with the commission whenever the latter
THREE LAWYERS ACCUSED.
( linrueil hy Ilnr nMielntlnn With
t iifnlr lieallnrc With Client..
Xtartln J l'arly and his son of the same
nnine, law partners, vtere charged yes
terday by the urlevance committee of th
Har Association with misconduct In their
dealings with Catherine Werner, who em
ploed them In the settlement nf the r
tnte of Klizabeth lllnnlnser They fllc-il
an accounting on Jim; if.. 1M1, showier;
that 1 1.S7" had been collected and re
malned to be distributed
Mrs. Werner charged tha' the lawyers
distributed only UTS and converted th
Moses Weill, another lawyer. Is chanted
with KcttliiR J'.'.riDO from Prank (ian
non, with the representation that the
nioiii was lo be Invested In real estate
Weill says his bi other ' Isaac got tt"
money. The Willis were In the office ef
I'anlel O" Hell v when he was nttornei fnr
Kvelvn Neshlt Thaw
FUMES KILL GAS CO. EMPLOYEE.
Overcome l.ncntliiur l.enk lu Hn.e-
nirnl of nrnuklin Church.
While tr Inir to locate a pas leak i"
the basement of the Smith ConitriRaiieimi
Chinch, at Court and riesliient street
In Itioo'ril.m yesterday nttcruooii two
employees of the ltrnoklj.il I'nion ill
Conipauv, .lohn Hennessey, 'IS vars nln
of ."iilii I'm It -sixth struct, and lis lid
Cornelius Chit, in. nf IH7 l.inpier street
weii oteicome by funii's and removed
to the I.0111; Island ColleKe lloc '.ii.
whi'ie I Ieniies,ey died nn hour Inter Cir