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THE SOTr; TUESDAY; APRIL 29," 1913.'
DEDTSCHE BANK ON
Snys Roue wed Hiisinpss f'on
tMenee Awaits Tariff
HAIMIi (iKH.MAN KXPAXSION
Kvpultfinn of Stnndnrd Oil Ciuii
liany Touched On in
One of the features nf t ho nnnttal re
port nf tho noiitfolm Honk fur t hp yrar
JuM l-Mitoil, relatlns to Hip I'tilted
State W tlm fnllnwlni; Mntenicnt liy
William Hertz, I'liiilnnim nf tlip board
nt Hiipi rvlMnrx of the bank. Hp May:
"In tlie fulled Stntos the uncertainty
nf (InniftlP politic si, despite eecllcnt
rrnpii, w.im mi Impediment In tlie prosrc.i
nf lmlnP!s. and In our opinion there will
lie no hasls for renewed confidence In that
inuntry until the newly elected I'tcdd.-nt I
nnd the n, nmeralie tn..jnrny unicn i.n
risen Into power have decided mi tin; I
rXTh' 'viol :m''encV of Jhe Ulkali wir '
Hie violent elfeit of the lMlKat war
c'tiatlon nnd Its European political
InhP epoHIn Z s.Tte
i. k.,,...i a,. ii, m., -..,1.
f, rs upon tlPrman finance Is Instanced
hank lvyond the metallic reserve sun-
dcnly Increased $111.33.000.
Mr Hertr. treats of the action of the
'ihe country has recently passed throiiRh j
"It H sratlfyins to be able to repeat In
this connection the statement We made
l.-int enr when speaklnK of the time nf
tin. Moroccan crisis, that the Herman
money and security market withstood the
severe test to which it was subjictid by
the political disturbance no less favoia.
nMy than the leadlm; mirkets abrnnd.
It should be observed that ilurlnc this
period the Herman money matket stood
entirely uinn Us own tsources. An
nllevliiiinK Influence was found In the fact
that part of our payments to foreign enun
trlts for the Import nf merchandise could
bo made by clllm; foreign and particu
larly American securities, which even per
mitted the Import of gold This testifies
it'-raln conclusively to the great advantages
ef a country owning an Important amount
nf high grade foreign securities market
As t the future In fJerman commer
cial affairs, Mr. Hertz, says after re
ferrlli.' to bulIdlnK trade depnssion.
brought about by over speculation, high
monev and taxing the unearned Incre
"The prngiess of the future in Industry
nnd trade depends solely upon the trend I
ef sener.il i.lltlc-, and will be governed
b the condition- nf the money maiket. ,
whlch can Improve but lowly. even if tlie
PoIIiIchI dllllcultles are settled peaceably
In accotdanee with the aim" of the nuro
peati I'owers and th.- hopeful expectation
ef all nations. C.eimany, after her ex
(ecdlnglj i lipid expansion during the last
few y.-nrs, needs a p. rind nf more quiet
development, dining which Mi may con
solidate the large credit' which she has
bien Using, thereby stl eiigtbenlng the
enlarged bals of her commercial activity."
Of the bill aimed at the ousting of the
Standard Oil Company from Oermany
the report sas:
'In the ear under review we have
renden-d the (Jermiin Government tin- de.
sired assistance In the pi.-paratlnn of the
bill for the Introduction nf a Government
monopoly for Illuminating
r Illuminating ' n O'-'" I
nil enterprises would derive
nn other advantage from th
this bill than any cither oil producer, i
the liberation of the Herman market
qm the eontiol of a foreign concern.
We limn Ht no time sought any further
AUDUBON BOOK SELLS BEST.
Col. I'liniininii's l.llirnr?
With rrtirnt Tntal of l,Tr7. i vet been adopted b any .state nf the I nlon,
The r ,-. II,. r T. Chapman's 1 1,11 M" "r whi'n1 ""'' ln"'1- "
llhrarv was begun vcMer.lay In the auc-,en"' "" "", ",,,','r-v the InstHllatioi,
tion moms of the Anderson Company. ' "f "a,,'r -"I'l'ly l a work of inmnc ipul
The highest price of the session was $93, i "e( essltv
which (i. T Putnam's Son? paid for Au-1 'he enndltinns which exist hnve been
dubon and Il.ichmairs Viviparous Quad- I Imposed upon the city of New ork by
rureds of North America, with Its 1.10 lleptihlkan l.egisl.itures beginning with
colored plates Catlin's North American t'.iUS when the Imiird of water siifiplv att
Indian portfolio, with thirty-one colored was passed, and is the very first occasion
plates, was bought by C Walters for $!m .when the Democratic city nf New- York
H. I North paid $S'J.."u for the first is appealing to a Democratic legislature
cedltlons of Alice's Adventures In Wonder- i f or decency and justice in the ailniiiilMra
land ami Through the Looking ;I.ihs, j (on nf the I iw
1 b Cfi-T". with bindings by Hoot; $32.30 ."If you will examine the bill you will
for two volumes, of Covvper, with an In- ' find tint its elTec t is to restric t the local
sertlon of John Hllpln, and 5(2.10 for ahs,'s,'r'" a fair iiimI eniiitahle rule in
Nathaniel Hawthorne's copy of the Joslah ,!::;r.,ei:;:i?o;ii;"m.;tr,J!r"a
Qulncy memoirs. , quire for the purposes of its water supply
James K Drake bought the General wind it prevents the-e n-n'ssors from tin -History
of the Vast Continent and Islands jusllv mid uril.i Irlv tiitln timr upon the
of America coiuniunlv called the West In- ! '"' t,!'' l,""t -hmnelul disc rimmattons
dies, b llerrera. 1,2.1, fnr $n,1, a com
plete set of Comic Almanacs, by Hlgilum
I'uulclos, Issr., for $r3, and John Hurk's
Ilistor.v of Virginia, 1S04, for $.13
I". D Hrooks paid $37 for I'lerce Kgan's
Life In London nnd $13 for the same
writer's Life of an Actor Dodd A. Liv
ingston paid $27.r0 for the IM1 account
of tho Indians hy George Cntlln
The total for the session was
The sale will conclude to-day.
Opera lnr In the Throng Depart
I n It fnr I. ll rope To-ciny,
TVi N.orll Cprmnn t.loiil llnftr lc-nlsr
Wdhelm II., for IMymouth, Cherbourg
and Bremen, sails with all her cabins
filled Some of her passengers;
I iirlen CnrUhn Mrs. Nornuin MltllAmt
Marcel I'hsrllcr Vlsrmint r.imniuh
Mr and Mrs. Clfofonte Leslie ruber
Campanlnl ir raldlnc I'arrar
.vr and Mrs. Hamilton i.nrci i niri.n
.Mrs llclward Pell
f liHrles IfnlinerrB
Ailhur Pec K r
I eiint nnd Countess
liuv cle l.astryrle
Mr and Mrs. t'liaunrry
I IC M'U
Mrs II. Hramtiall rill
Mrs. JarLsnn (Journud
Mr and Mth. Putnam
Mrs. Wesley Merrill
Mr and Mrs.
lienor Mrs. ('. T. Newberry
Mr. and Mrs. Ii, II Mr and Mrs. Lionel
I rani. I; Terry Arturo Tnsranlrl
cart, and Mrs. K. .0. Mrs. W Mnrrs Vellt
Vollmer Kfrem Zlmbaltst
H.v the Hollnnd-Amerlca steamship
PnlHlam, for HouloRiie nnd llotterdam:
linron inn Plrbrrstclu Prof, J. v.. Kapteyn
Moses II Durvea Mra. Jane llarvey
Uiuiani ll. Mfldlne Ilobtnson
i V tngnlls
Tor the Mediterranean hy the Noith
German Lloyd liner Koenlg Albprt:
Mrs. I). II fjbh Mi. and Mrs Harrison
I'llore Cepplnl ll, h'err
Mr and Mrs. H. I'.d Mr. and Mrs. Anionic
miind Dui're I'lnl C'nrsl
Mr. and Mr. William lien, and Mrs. OeorKe
Itev, II, r, llosen
Mrs. II. M .tnralemon
llev. v. Sianlty
Unit on Snndnr Fnnerat.
HnipciErotiT, Conn.. April 21. A ban
bus been Issued by Catholic eleray against
Sunday funerals In this city except in
case of in gent necessity. 'The Hov
Vather C, ,1, McKlroy said requiem masses
could not be said on Sunday and that
cmtery employees, should not be com
plld to work on that day. Th rule will
bf rirertuwiy rfrod.
IMPORTS INTEREST DEALERS.
Ment Men Think I'lirelan Proline!
Will Nnl i:iiinl Tlinl nf I ,
The noun that an liulppondput whole
saler In San I'nmrlscn Is plannlni; tn
Import inllllniiM of mittnln of ino.it finin
Australia In rcfilKcralor KlcaniNhliiH In
terested pinvlHlon men In thin clly yo.w
Icrday. lint thny nut-cod that the effect
on retail prices hrtp entilil not hp eMl
matpil until tlm experiment wii.m trloil.
A rcprcfpntiitlvp of the United
Dtcwpil liprf Company said th.it no
tefrlKeritteil innat Is Imported to the
United Stilton at prcHont. Home time
iiko Australian mutton wax hroimht to
Npw Yort hy way of Knulunri, hut tin1
frnlKhtiiRP cost was no Kicnt that
Amprlcan mutton undersold It when
It ri'Hclind the market, lilrcct Importa
tion from Australia to S.m r't-imelscii
will cost much Ipss.
A retailer's view of the projrrt was
exprpssed hy I.ouls Koelsch. president
,nUhrld''"'h,,,K,m M'"'kt,t AM!",d""""' liosTOX. April .S.- At to-day's session
" "We shall he very Klad to pel Austra- '"" IniriNtMi. fnmmeree fommls
llan meat, and I think It will lower "Ion's lniilry Into the railroad situation
prlees somewhat. Hut It must lie iu- In New Midland ('hnilis P. I'hoale, .lr
mpmlipted that siioli a product eotnlni; I formally entered appearance on hehnlf
sueli a distance has to ho fro.en and nf Charles S. Mellen, president of the
that frozen meal Is not equal to llioj.Ww Haven Kailroad. Mr. t'hoale on
fresh meat which we cet In this country. , last Friday entered lis a "citizen" only,
Moreover, It has to he used very quickly kIvIiik himself the same destitution an
after It la put on the market. I thlnl: ! that taken hy l.ntili ti. Ilrandcls.
that tho cheaper restaurants and hotels In response to a question Mr. L'hoate
that uho meat In larse quantities and ,
lir(, not too particular as to the. quality i
wouI(1 nrt ,n0Ht hy t
ilm ckiiiIiiii nf
, , , . ,,, '
' A representative of a lare pnckln
..:"'. '..,,.. ,.,...
. ..' with the C.overntnen. inspectors. , Mr Clioato was asked
B- , the ,c Z , 'J. dh, make Id,,
'sent across the river to New nrk. It.ieqmst
o .- '"' " " "
ti,i, , !
.,;;'y ,, Kr ticUwi would
"om Austt. I n t" W i n ' L' V' """' '
Woukizen nU Mann the U-st' , JtW ,
tnivelllnK w far
That seems to be IV
TAXES ON AQUEDUCT
President of Water Hoard Culls
Conditions Little Short
"The conditions which exist to-day are
little short of scandalous." slid Charles
Strati president of the Hoard of Water .surplus the actual condition was a def
Supplv. shaking yestenlav about the Iclt In the profit nnd los account of
way rural tax commissioners are drivini; 1 ''"" Ml.000.000. Hrown. led by Hrnn
the charges up on the property which the ! "Ilf. produced the figures of numerous
city of New York has bought along the
line of the new ('ntskill nqueduct.
"It is the game iu which the niral asses
iw ,... , Kv..,,. ln-n
f f ...o,..!.,,,.. been Um'iI to ex- '
ortn " ' f.f .. 1" " ! . ',.
I'" 5 - !''""." "
it 1... ii i . i-
Mr. htrausH was showinR what comlb ,
tions the city is facuiK in the counties of
Westchester. Ulster, rutnnm and OrntiRe
A bill is reposing in the Utile Committee ,
of the Assembly at Albany which would
put the city on a fair footinc as regards
tax valuations in the aqueduct district, i
But there the bill rests, and Mr Strauss
doesn't know any justification for its
staying there. .
He has written letters to the seven
memlsTs of the committee. Alfred K. 1
Smitli. Keal;er of the Assembly; John H.
Yale, Hemiblican bo.s., of Putnam county;
V, .'';,,'...M. 1.?;i..f. ',. 1
Kon of KinKs Aaroti.1. Ivy of NVw York
amj jiuro,( j Htnman of Albany. Mr.
Str.iiiMS saiil n tin. lMr.
The plan of the bill now before you N (
absolutely lair to the towns and enmities
through whkh the aqueduct runs, pro
viding as it lnes tint the lands hereafter
to he flooded shall lie as-e-sed fnr hi.vitlon
hk land not under water and at the same
raie uh unproved rnieise iraiis in ine
same locality This is the broadest principle
of )(xation of such property whkh has .i
The city nf New York paid a big price
for the lands in the beginning, Mr. Strauss
armies, and now is taxed inordinately
for the lands which it acquinsl The
effect is that t'lster county, for instance,
is to a large extent supported by the tax
payers of New York Mr Strauss be
lieves that political pressure has been
brought to bear upon th" memlierR of the
Uules Committee. The Assemblymen
from tho nffeetod counties fear that they
never will go back to Albany again if the
bill relieving Now York goes through
Th ppickings nro too good
Th present cost to the city for this
excess taxation is S3.Vi.rnKi a year
"The habit of exacting from the city
annually," mid Mr Strauss, "will soon
reach un incredible sum unless tho city's
nftfitH lire nhserteci aim maint.iimHi.
ill a number of cases t he assessments
cm the lands taken by New York have
liecn increased year by year and the ad
joining property of the natives has shown
a corresiMinding decrease. In sonm in
stances the assessors have taxed tunnels
Km feet under ground, tunnels that you
wouldn't know were there unless you saw
"In most places tho advent of tho rilv
has been a distinct improvement," saiil
Mr Straus "In Ulster anil Westcliestnr
counties. New York s tnko i iivvlandri
anil aft r th y urn flooded thev will bo
beautiful lakes surro iidod by trees
i. h i being grown In nurser s owned
ly Ihe city of Now York, with a system
of tine roads surrounding them, all of
which am to he maintained by tlie city
"Tli - tin to. em n havo actually
i creased values ., h r. iincbng mills,
so lh.it it is impossible o i urchasK for
less than four or live limes tho value of
two or three years ago any lands in tho
vicinity Ht ill . if Iheso towns need more
money tliero is no thought of increasing
the assessments or lands iciunil about,
but the city's assessments limp.
"Kverv cltv ileiiartiiient reirardlehH
of politics is united In viewing thenxisling
situation with alarfn Tho Hoard of
r.stimiite ha done the unusual thing
nf passing n unairmous resolut on in
favor of liils bill, and urging the member
of the Uigisl'itiiro ,0 pass t Civic or-
canizations, ihe Chamber of C ininerce,
the Merchants Association, the City Cluli
unci nmnvnltiiirnliiivo sent iircenl reciiiestH
to IIih LeRisLitnrti tci n t .11.. mensitrii
Mr Straur-H sHid there w no ntlennatn
relier in tlio niirl. "These tciwn iih
nesMorH, he mldeci, "invent new hrlinrm
or Ihx uptirnhKinii I meal any n w con
dition which court (leci'lnim create
MELLEN'S LAWYER AT
NEW HAVEN INQUIRY
Chnrle I', rhonto. Jr., Appears
Formally for Railroad
A I) K Flf IT OF $11,000,000
Accountant Says Apparent Sur
plus of .Itine HO Last
Is An Krror.
said he had Handed l-.xaminer warn
I'roiity. who Is presiding until the re.
inrii nf tils tnthi'i. Ciiinmlssiiiner I 'harles
a I nun e. mi Wedoesdav. n u rlt ten no-
tl.-e nf his appearance on behalf of the
V..u- Itaven'a i.rcsldent.
vvi.v .H.l v,. m.,U
'Why did you make the ehanco7"
Several llvelv tilts between Choate
'and HrnnriVH made the session Interest-
. in ,,,.,, n,.,.,ised the other of telling
UtU, an., now and then .am.ner
i roui nau in mimnv.
David K. Ilrowu. the accountant who
Investigated the books of the New
Haven, Untitled that In tin- nine years
from duty I, 1903, to June. 30, t'.12. the
gross earnings from the operation of Its
'steam lines Increased Vi per cent. Dur-
bonds and bills payable of 1
company had Increased abi
ompany hail increased aooui wu per
cent. The earnings of the railroad
had Increased from approximately
$17,000,000 tn a little more than J7,
O0O.00O, but the capitalization nnd liabili
ties had gone up from about $94,000,000
to nearly $377,000,000 In the nine year
In questioning Mr. Hrown about the
surplus of the New Haven reported as
of June 30 last Mr. Hr.indels apparently
sustained the iiMertloii that instead of n
I .,lillt-:ttlnu if lh V.,l H.'ll.'tl lllltlrilMll
on account of Its liases in the New
Vork, Westchester nnd lloston Hallway
securities, the lloston I folding i. nmpan
"" nd Its liabilities on account
of the New Knglnnd Navigation Com-
jpany's steamboat lines, the Uhode Island
I'ompany's trolley lines and the other
.MU,1!iIl,larll.f(. Thw turno,i ,ht. urpiU!
.,, NV,.. ,,,.,. ,.,,
deficit of $11,000,000.
Hrown testified to an asset nf $I,i."i0.
ono. included in deferred assets, which
represents the difference between the
book value of New Vork. Westchester
and Hoston bonds and the amount re
ceived from J I'. Morgan & Co. in the
sale of these bonds. The $17,000,000
4la Per cent, bonds were sold to Mor-
g;ln & Co. at
jjtown said that the New Haven on
June 30, 1912. held 19.LMS shares f New
Vork. Westchester and Hoston at a
(cost of $WI1.:.:,1. or $126 per share
'If this Ikind discount was cbarceil to
the cost of the stock, which Hrown said
on account of the previous history of
tlie transaction might be proper, the
cost of the Westchester stock would
be Increased to fll2 per share.
The subject of equipment depreciation
especially related to a purchase of
$7.32J.0Oo of equipment In 1901 and
$.1.1)00.000 of equipment In 1906 was
taken up. After an Involved accounting
tiansactlon was traced through the
books it was stated by Hrown that
this total of over $12,000,000 really rep
resented new equipment which was
necessary tn meet the actual deprecia
tion charge on the old equipment which
had not been provided for out of op
These purchases were charged to sur
FRIEDMANN CULTURE IS SOLD.
Doctor Gets aisft.lion Cntli ami
Itoiullle I'rom Mirlta lllnner.
The sale of the American rights of Dr.
Krieclma tin's tuberculosis culture to JIo
rit. Mistier was completed yesterday
The final contracts were signed and a
check for $jii,l)(Hi, tlie second anil last
instalment on the H2.1,noo cvish payment,
was handed to Dr Kriedmann
llesidcs the cash payment the Betlin
doctor will get large intetesta in each of
the State institutes to be founded,
The details of the distribution have)
not liemi worked out fully, but if tho
present plans are carried out Dr Tried
mann will receive a block of fDU.fKXl worth
of stock in each of these State institutions.
He will also lie consulted in tlie running
management of them Tho number will
lie in the neighborhood of forty and tho
total capitalization of tho entire scheme
will bn more than $.1 ,000,000, depending
on Ihe number of institutes.
According to the amiounremciit made
yesleiday tho poor will get free treatment.
It was also tnado known that any reputable
doctor tiny obtain instruction al any of
1 ho Kriedmann institutes, in the method
id administering the remedy, nut) that
this instruction will be free of charge.
He must buy the vaccine, however, at
Mis Minnie H lialley, wile of Arthur
L. It.llley nf 2fi West Nlnel). fifth sticct,
New York, was h.nlly mil on the bend iu
an automobile accident In Newark cs.
terda, which Mr. lialley was driving,
when the auto skidded nnd clashed
against a tree.
Arthur III own, a sfeainlltter. was killed
III the paildle wheel box of the steamer
Mohawk 011 which he was working III
llrnciklyn yesterday, when the engineer
started the engines. Albeit LudRate, who
was with him, was icseued
Lieut. Haves ami four men nf Inspector
Dwjer's staff arrestee! Mrs. Anna Sttauss
at 120 West Slxty.tlflh street on a warrant
finin Chief MaglHliate iMcAcIno yester-
''''V iiftermicin. Mrs. Slruuss w men
I ll'"ieil by )
Alt k. Slnry Ciiioclii when nhe ten.
tilled iilmnt luillee Kraft In the Tenderloin,
A limh ot If 11 Until threatened th fp
of I'nrnellith I'.ill.ihan, ttucU driver, after
M truck had inn over and killed four
, ear-old (.'niicltta HI Mnrzo near her home,
.I'J Hicond avenue, yesterday.
ROBERT FULTON ITEM AT $475.
1 Mlirnr) of I Urn in fiirsiin tiring
.ft, 15 the firm liny.
The Mm sepFlnim yentenlay of the ant.
nf Imoks ttctoiiKlni? to the late lllrnm
I I'm son, profcnnr of HiirIIkIi HternlllK; at
! Cornell, held hy the Mem In Hales Coin-
pauy, in ought I n, i r. s.
The hlKhest figure reached was J 17.1,
paid hy Ootid Livingston for the orls
Inul inainiscrlpt nKrecmctit between the
executors nf Itobert Pulton and Cad
wahider C Ooldcn and others conveying
to the hitter an Interest hi the steam-
j boats ParaKon, Car of Neptune, Itlrlimond
and I' H i lly, rno inanuscrlil, which was
In an excellent state of preservation, was
sinned In I SIT..
(I. Weiss paid $10fi for Pickering's edi
tion of the Hrltlsh poets, 1S3I; S7 for
a .tapan paper edition of the Hlltllophl
lists' Miliary, and Ill's for Sir ltlcli.it l
llurtnn's million nf the "Arabian Nlghlx."
If. W. DlllhiKhain paid JIH fnr an extra
llluxtiated "ltobhiion Crusoe," and tin
New Ymk Public l.lhiaiy paid f:M for an
early American Imprint, some poems
printed by W. I'.irUs at Annapolis In
I.ettem by Mrs. Abraham Lincoln did
not net high prices. sellhiK for J I. I and
$! eseti. The sale of this library con
chides to-day .
GIVE BIG DINNER
TO LITTLE BROTHERS
Hoys of Children's Court Hem
.1 iifliro liimlspy Toll of
Rnys who have been good for a whole
year, who tied down their safety valves
lor twelve months, Just naturally have
in iiir-uii incise wneti tney get together
to celebrate their record run of virtue.
Therefore, the Hlg' trot hern merely
laughed last night when the Little
Krothers, whom they were entaining In
the Murray Hill Lyceum, bombarded a
tramp Juggler with the remains of their
dinner and drove the astonished come
dian from the stage. Also, a Little
Hrother withdrew u chair from under a
Hlg Hrother, who sat down on the floor
with a grunt that certainly was not of
pleasure. However, that was nil part
of the celebration.
You know, of course, who the Hlg
Hrothprw are an association of gentle
men who take charge of boys who liave
been paroled In the Chlldren'H Court and
who do their best to show youngsters
who haven't had ti fair chance In life
tli.it rl.nn I Vi I r, r I-. n.l t
v v. ...... .,,,,.. u.ii. iit-.lll living
with plenty of clean fun on the side
are the things that make mil men. Lust
night these Hlg Hrothers gave a dinner
In the Murray Hill Lyceum to 173 hoys
who have made good In the past year,
who have kept their promises after
some pretty severe temptations.
Some of the- Hlg Hroth.Ts who sat at
dinner with the boys weie Judge Frank
lin Hnyt of the Children's Court, Hobert
L. (ierrv. Krnest K" Coulter. George
Gordon Hat tie. George H. Hnblnson. Hoy
. Parsons. . I. It. Downey, Corwin Hindi.
Fred II Allen, C. c. Auchlncloss, c. j.
lioolh. Dr. George X. Crary, .St John
Duval nnd Lawrence Abbott. They ate
turkev un, cranberry sauce with the
Little Urnthers, helped with the songs
and Joined In heartily whenever there
was anything to applaud.
I'p in the galleries were ladles who
an- Intel ested In the common sense
work. Among these were Mrs. Charles
Dinu Gibson. Mrs. It. C Halrd, Mrs. .1
Nelson Hortand, Miss Kllzabeth Milton,
Mrs. Hose Mcl'herson. Miss Charlotte
Haker. Mrs. Madeleine Kvan and Mrs.
After the dinner, the Hlg Hrothers
put ...1 a vnti.ievllle j.roiri-nnime. ..inKer-.
jn-M ev;r "f en:
er.-, jucsier.x .ittnnst every
tettulnnient thnt h tioy llke.s
liven ;it ii tioyr' dinner there must
lie Mime nr.itory, ,i.Iuilqe Hen H. Kind.
.ey cif Ocnver. the li.iy' friend," talked
to tlieni iilmnt experlencei he had had
u- the Jtnlce nf the Children'." Court
nut in his c ity.
District Attorney Whitman was re
ceived with tremendous enthunlasm.
"If nil the men who want you to
make sood and who want every loy in
this town to make wood had eome out
to-nlKltt there wouldn't have been room
for them in the lilook. Vou have more
friends than you know. livery real
hoy has plenty of friend In every Ids
"I wish 1 could le 12 or lii years
old aaln. There's only one thine bet
ter than beinB a teal boy and that is
to be a real man. You can be both.
That's where you have the advantage
of Mr. Untile nml me. All that we can
cjo Is to try to be real men.
"It's ,i Bleat tiling to be ,1 boy. and
It's a ;i eater thine to be a buy in New
York You hae wonderful ad unt.iKi"c
In llvinc here. You have .ul Hiit:ics
that Mr Uattle and 1 didn't have when
we were 10 years old. Now 1 am no
ptenclier. All 1 want to say is, tak"
advantage of these opportunities. There
Is a place of honor for every one of
you in this Mtr town of ours. There Is
absolutely no limit to what ou can
make of yourselves.
"I'm proud that 1 had the opportu
nity to talk before you. It Is n biKper
honor than talklnc before unj set of
men thnt I know of."
The Hit and the I.lttle Hrothers cave
the District Attorney a Class A cheer
when lie sal down.
American HarU Iliirna In I'rnKnny,
Thn old American hatk renobcot, hnllt
nt nucksport. Me., thirty-five jeara apt,
eanitht flie at roncepclon, UniKuay. on
March 21 while IIiik at a wharf tikln-;
on a earco of lumen for Philadelphia.
Kite as Mon beyond favlne nnd all the
men could do was tn watch her hum.
The American Consul cent them honiu by
the Lamport or Holt liner ViibiiiI, In yei-
t etc! ay.
HIGH IN THE BACKJND
LOW IN FRONT- X tor25c.
Cluatt. Paabodr A Co., Ino Makers
So easy to slip in and slip j
on a suit.
Much easier than waiting
for a custom tailor to fit you.
Fit must be exactly as
Rood or you needn't take
Fabric just as exclusive as
And prices! so much less
than you'd pay a good tailor.
Spring suits, $18 to $48.
The ideal Spring overcoat's
a "Scotch Mist."
A raincoat when it rains
n fair weather coat when it's
$28 tO $35.
1 Fancy Toweling $6.50 to
Rogers Peet Company.
Three Broadway Storei
Un. U. S. Pat, Oft.
Th Sc-hllrht.n nml Summrr-weltht ir.
m.nt. nr. a lumirs- for a wraltier, th. Ituml.
I.ln.n helnc drllrlou.lr rool, titvtnr the hlih.t
tbnorblm and r xaporillnc power of all known
tr mtlf Mirnuncc.
For slf bv l.irttnj tlealera fv.r-whfre. If
jour driil.rs cannot mpply you wn can direct
you to one who ran. Write for booklet anci
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY,
:IS7 Fourth A.. . Vork.
xxxx xxxx xxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx
TTHE NEW YORK SUN during S
3 the year of 1912 eained more x
x lines of school advertising than 5
y -other ncwper.
g NEW YORK SUN g
26,038 lines GAIN 5
New York Times
New York Post
New York Tribune
New York Herald
521 " "
RecerJi tompilei hy tht fftn Yor Poif)
SctriAl and rnllece aclvrrll.lna
X rate, are live a line per in.ertion A
5 lor ao or more time, order'. X
0 No run charge for miktn? euti. S
0 School days, Saturdiyi, 5undayi and v
X WerlneiH.yi. S
XXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXKX
AKT S A I.F.I AM) KXIIlniTIONS.
NOW ON EXHIBITION I
MO llfth Ave.
I. 3 and ft 1TK.HT 45TII ST.
A charming aggregate of
Mcdern and Antique American
a art a very ctiotee
Group of Beautiful Etchings I
th property ot
rtr. Paul Morton, nr.. Oaklelgh '
Thorne, Ml M A.Huttmann,
and the Estate ol
Henry P. Me man
llhseeraliinii' imlly IntrrrMlngAclillllons,
Nala Se.lon by auction!
PA INTINliS Thursday and Friday Vat.
alnsi at Ihla week at Hilltl.
Till'. i:TC'IIINif4 will h .old at .1 c
o'clock on Friday.
Mil .lAMI'.S I'. SILO, Atictlnnecr
Ciirneate I.) ileum, ft7lh St.. 7t Ii A, 3.V. to it.
nvici: iiaii.v a:t ami swi v. m.
PANAMA CANAL lALKAN WAR
M.m STI.AM" l. KI.M-;llAI OI.OII.
.1 Wtf vnnu'niern nin i
llali. Cross ft .ln..iililik. '
' ft ii.-n St. i ,loe Welch, and a olhert.
!'.v'i.,Jl'.1 ' I '- Ht-j or-. ' A v. Mat. llally '
HARLEM!!1"" vV0,' 1oa ,n "n iir.';
"""'llouialVaud. net. Acts. I
$3.50, $4.00 & $4.50
f S3. BO f4 8 H O
I, unit In V. Ii.
u liiilmvs nml
I iisl nn cood in stylo, lit nml wour ns
rihir iimkoH oust
rli nnlr ilin'orotirn
rin ll lfiillior.i. stvlo.
ot-ot-vlwulv. If vmi could visit V. Ii. Doilirlns
Inriro fnotorlos at Ilrockloii, Mass., and oo fnr W
yoursolf how cnrofnlly
am lliaun. yoil AVninil
Hold tiioir snnpo aim
any other make for
The Beit $2.00 and $2.50
M A I IfmRJ
W IWI1 l. iNnipen i.n in. n.uinni.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
If vt, f nnnl iho. r
flfflfrailf I Iinm lit- i.iimtt
!rom. Sle Ml ...IT
ri: iiici.initp.i f'atiiioi. It cm mow ynti now
tnonl.r lT noil rl why joil cKn lute mon.y
nn yotir foolcvr.
IV. I.. IIOtKll.AK, nrarktna, Man.
W. L. DOUGLAS STORES
1n Nn.nn Street.
1R5 Itni.iliTHT. rorner lti Street.
S3 llroml wot, cor. I Ith Sl.tfnlon Sq.l
1.14B llroailwiiT, i nrner :ililli Mre.t.
Mil.' ItrniidTrH.T (Time Siiire
PH4 Tlilnl Arrnne.
14(1 Third Avenue.
Slot Third Atenue.enmerHOth reet
tT.it Tlilrct Are., Iiel. 1 4111 ll A 1 471 h M.
S4S Klthlh Avenue.
B3 Klghth Avenue.
f SO Want lflSlh htreet.
m. hiiik's i.i:aiii.; nir.Aiitr.s
rMPlRr'u"i' ictth St Vacs s ".
'" tais. To incir'w A Shi . .".
I'lllM via'iim:i: iii.tniitcnii.
as "TUMMY III. 11 I IIIIIT
enrr ciiiii. wuci cm v ft' as mn i
In A l-IVfltcl'S c-CIMiMlY
KMCKi:itHorKi:i;. irm a- :hiu st.
I YnFlltl ih s' r. ll'nay K ja
klUbtim TllfllS. A SAT - ;,ll.
H. B. WARNER
TH I VPM 11
THE OHOST BREAKER -iilil'l.-
KVI.IfS .MlilIT M TS TltfltS A SVT
fltRRIOK ;,h si r I!e. RJO.
nnniwi Mt .p mnr'U ,v su situ.
l.S1 S MlilirS t.i.l ? MMInrrs
I c I.V
M"l. To inor "' A Sat ? 1
A ltd Y l.l.
HIinSnH v' 4,h s nr n'nav I r "ci-n
nUUdUH mi1( ... To inor'ii Sal ?".
THE POOH LITTLE RICH GIRL
Fill TilM 41t!iSt.W ofHna V.ve s.ki.
VklllH Malli res To mnr'u A Sat. : .10.
nf tnc Self.
of ItcWov s.
HaltltlsU 4iiisi rvs s t'op.Mat.Thur.
THE MASTER MIND"",i!,r:c1c,l,.::nrt
NEW AMSTERDAM .?'m J-
OH! OH! DELPHINE
Ihe Lam Unnl In Mu.lcul ntneit.
I IRFRTY w 'l -s' '"V" '1 Sharp.
hlUI.ni 1 ,,i.ir Mat Tn m'w, ailn.
"The Hlcjest Mtt.lral .Serrcss nf Ihr Season "
THE PURPLE ROAD
Arum Da vies
0 k I F T Y n'nav A (Mil St Ks. sn.
nib! i i'-.pr Mm To mor'w s-ao
"fiTDD TUICC" fnrre that
O I Ur I niXr ml.e4vnulaui,-h
Mat. To morro, I The Tjidy nf the Slipper
2fAI MADISON SO.
nice Until. unci Nll. ! l.
BIOGER, GRANDER THAN EVER
AND NOTHING BUT THE BEST
tverf ACT A FEATURE
FULL OF THRILLS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Itnprrs llldcr-. Ituclclii a: Horses ami llmT.iln tn.nl
ei.il.-,' oiir hnlr rnUe
AUTO POLO Tlie .New mill (ireniest
MWIV rWLU Came of the Arc
Admlj.lon 4E. EA. nt 2tli ft STth St
to nverythlnc SUB Knirancen Only
ItllSllllVHI) SKAT.N NKIIIT PKICHS. 7.V
It, MM Itox fleatk. 3..Vi. children half price
Hair Trice to All Matinee llxcept .Sjtunlut.
ItllA.NClITICKin' (in itTS (came prices ns at ,
the (iarriru) at.lohn Wanamakrr'i, llroadnay and
Mh St.. lilmhrl Urns.. . 1.1,1 St and (tih Aenur:nso
at the Harden every day fiom 1 A. M,
UltlATKi:. Ii ay,7th S'7
N.a N,. l ii
Turn.! 1 1 ti r
Id Co. In.iiicM pia
by Hlcharil Haul
lint I)aU "MNs
t'l illation "
and l'rll1 I
A 1 Hit;
:aT. mmf ciDiu prwumonT a inr
imii.mi, i.inib. vniinn wkiiiiiinuui in
Snl, I.Vi:., II 1 .1. A I h.
Keren ell I'lrfcc I'hini.-Cliirii lln.r., r.
ll.l:sl. Mi lll At.
i: i riii.M,
IIAI.I, Ii. Ml. Ill A M.ill,
t,.'.ils.'.,.'.N". KTIMI1WHKI, plKnlut
MAXIMILIAN' l'II llr , l,'n.,l..
M '-' M4nHReincnt London I'hurltnn.
I e n.'ti st
ANOEUNI-&ATTIKI OPERA CO.
I to ii. 11I11, I'll, ft'lluiik, i;e .Weil. Mat..Lu
ciiuui iiHiamr of week, i s iitiinu.ini tn.
PrlcTo ;,iie io $:. rep. Wed. Mai., i.icto ll.f.n.
Am IIURlB ll'uayft iiai Ecnnc l
-vaainaia iftli St. awHhbuuVb uMlii
DAVE MARION ?." DREAMLAND Col
TUII 11 'Una.
n llcmcry Tel. I to franklin ,
t.rantl llnera f'.i. Put, rH,..
t Mai.lmlay.Cav lliist.ft faitilm-il Toiilulit 11 Iumi.u
I and II t'thcr tile oci..
MIIHRAT IIII.U IliirlChque.
Bves. ;li. Iltl. To day,
EOl N THE WORLD 1
volt will f hIiop"
nml 84.n thai arc
ntr fSo.OO tn M..OO.
Is tin; iirloo. Minos
nntl sIiiihoh to suit
A . 1,. UniiKlns shoos 3
lliru iiiiiicrniauu n iiy
tit ooiior. miok nnier,
wmr lunger iiihii
Boti' Shnti in the World.
bnl W,l..loul. niime
not frr !. In .onr Ticlnli j.
am cur nuuiitrin.n i
Tn.rnn.r cu in. TiniiT. .1 nil
IN GREATER NEW YORK:
I Ant C.a. pnrMAV Ta1
,1in711l lirc.M.lWHT. tit nnrninn sT,
I3AT Itici.icliTiiT, rorner linle. Aveinir,
47K Fifth Avenue, rorner I llh Mmi,
ITTfl I'llUIn Avenue.
ttKKSKV 'ITV 31 Nenark Aveaue.
NKWAItK (4.1 1 llrcucl Mreat.
lATi:itM)N-in Market M.,ror.riark
TItENTON lot C.Ktate St.,ror. Itro.d
Kv.s.ath v IU lith.liillt Mats.; Hest .Sot.$i
'iM'SY I ACT 9 bVFFKS I'M m.i.s .
i.ii sp'i laele
I WINTER GARDEN
1 1 I .1 In f I .
At .InlMin lirure 1.4 Iti.c Inn I lain
I.VItlf. 4.J. of ll'llrtj
!l 'In-m'w Ji.ro
Star He- ADI7IIIMA llj- Aiisu.tii
301h Si . lift,
i a ii i: int.
ll uay A.
I v s"M ni Tn-iM'M
(lit .M) (M il.
TUClTRCnCTUnil I "5 n. l. I'M! is
llll.ailll.VI llii.i.w -;
4ATII T 'II i . t c,r ti I v
lOln wli Hi, i.i s. ti ni, A 4 'i
WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY
With III.IM. 1.1 Mill VM.
fntlre 1st lialcoti) Ji I.. '1 ''' 1'i.ci" . 1
ViMaY. I COUNTESS JULIA
A Krlila ul3. rr.mk M.inic
sue. In iSl.r.n. " "n llelc her anclllnlthcr
Weher A Klc-lils -iiH si. ti...., w at ll'na)
r.C"v -vi.it tuc GEISHA ' 'V';
Tii-m'w 51 .vi nt wn" A Star I avi
rso. H'wny A I'v s I.' Ma' ln-m vSi "i
,!,al".,"" THE MIKADO
I I VUnil4Cs,t I "f HuA s i
I.nJupl It ImmrriiM-l)
Mavlnr Kllicill'. III.. M lil !C A r.ih c
tJDIhM. Then. .lit ll'y Tv MlS.Mal Tn-in'.M 'ft
THE FIVE FRANKFORTERS
MA.MIA I I A Op Ho . 31 til A Mil AV. lilt 1
A sat. .Mat. rur tAIUID'a' To-m
:sc in i..vi. i nt nnir -jc. 10 si
Sim (Utt lli:sl IIA sILVI s AI 81.
rsr.sx k.m. iih. v nf imh ,w r.. .is
iVeT,' Still EVA TANGUAY
MITHOI'OI.ITAN OIM'.IIA Hill M; II 1 U A
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 9
I 111 VH rt I I bllllVV
inn ' America's drralrsl Slara.
I llll "f'si'ul iincraiii ot urama,
I WW Onmcity, Utierc-tla, MnnoU'cuc
St, PUBLIC AUCTION
at I V M
opi:n m:xt tiii'hs. i:vi:. scat. 'ow
ARE YOU A CROOK?
Mh St.. K. of ll'way. Tel. llr ant l
Ma"', ucd.' IAURETTE TAUII
4 Sal I V. "I'm ' .1l llearl."
fjTI TIMftr Ucst:dSt.i:iciiliiirsatA.lV
Bala I IHUL MmLicrs Wrrl. ft Rat 2M
WIT HIN TH EL AW
nnHaU'C Tiii:A..iray.43d. ijv.s.io
M. UWimn Popular .Mat. ro-inor : to
MAY IRWIN l'i;--r"'.',-,Mr,.
Ilin I I II If 111 rrrktum'n t'uronie
Hear Mies Irwin Sine Old Sones and NcwOnr'
ASTOR !!i hi linm'ajVvrjft'lO. 25 & 50c
"QU0VADL8 P" 'hr
eB?,?l,Mi1ws!38ihAv OFFICER 666
ajlJaV.V Mats. 'lhur. ft Sal, :.1S
YEARS OF DISCRETION
CIIIII R HnHMSl lUcb.r.u.lo
Mats. Tuc-s Wed. ft Sat. :.ld.
A Good Little Devil
William y y THFATRP irv.
MOHltlS1 InEAinC kit ur-M.
1:30 to 11.31) I. M., Vaudeville and hlneniacolor.
I Diane la Co.itliifiital'hUgirrMlniil. ft 13 olhert.
v v. itooi- tiAHm:-cAiiAnirr, iiaxcino
iajiii:hmki.vn tnvrr (ioitiio.N.AX.Mi:
j i:c .so 7,v .l no lAliliofT. "(ilrl of the
111 MATINKi: IIVKIIY Colctrn Wcsl." Murphy
H.V,:.,c ft .Hk !& Mrhola, l( olhern
IIKOOKl.t N AMt'MKMKNTS.
A T a n TUP IThPl'llnn;
jayfti'nitoii mini scmic ixin
Strretn. n.u..iiw.h Dally,
milt .trunnion and liolurn i rook i n.
IIOTKI.S AMI KKaTAUKANTa.
1 UU Wlrort nenr Vniirth Avpntlr?.
siiTvci, near rourm avtiiuc.
NKtV YOBK NeT York City.
For Glrla and Young TToraaev
Scoville School for Girls,
2012 Klflll Avenue. .
Healdenl nod lay Students. Summer travj"
party ..illlnir June 7th, itlnerarl.. SuniiTjcr
la., tnli. 7,1. ... tti ! Sl flt Klllfl Fh. Q'
llchlful uinmer home: trlt in eahoro. Y"$
apprrrlallon ot clly udvanlajei.
inKTAfDC IHAI Ht: