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THE SUN. TUESDAY. APRIL 29. 1913.
BIG GUNS END
. Miirdork ( all Hill
Poniii sonW and ;
at l.nwr.R ri;uv
. ; iMir.-m Kxport n,i
1' Will Inoroao j
1KV- nivn at vnnv
"Cpxon(l llfipp to. Hh0
M(aur Tfliod by m-
rda NMcht. i
Ktvotjjc Apr.: I1 - DebAte on th
V- .r-wi'-1. .' T Nil which w. re
. . 1 -w i eks aco. a.m to . n end
. -. Ko if ad.'o trued to r-.c
r-ie-:r will b put on tt pa
. -- rr-w urges' iha' mav ron
. - a w-ck fir ten d.,xs ac-ordins to
, ,if -he 'ciders to ha'en mat-
. H ;v ntn'lw- 1 nuerwood of
. i- i u- !s 'n ctmrce of the b..l,
of putt.r.p it thr..iph b Sat-
- vi' t ' . tKi-s up fo- annd
"Af )), Hi, rain .t" rv if to.
-w No am-ndrr.e r.te wi, b :idd1
. . i n a are faird ir rropo-d
'- '. nderw Kd. but the same
: - n rrpnstnted M " R
. , - ,.r. . I' 1 Mim? rat-tnbers w
inf . "V ldrti'C fo f"C S ' l arpvSf
.t rw "-.- tariff o vird ..fe
" e c .r. .f ih- , :p.- i r. f
' 1 a sta.n: thf .:T b.
. prr.f r.t.iti e Scn' K Pavne
n ..-.. 3 :r th preparation f the
; l -v is ar.d who.-e same 1 Attached
t -arff bi.l thn- ss at-Oi: 'o re
. " 1 h IV Democratic bill. Joined
- - ... Murdock of Kana. the
v . i'Ad-r .n dnojncinp the,
! CHURCHYARD CROSS TO BE ! SULZER IS PLANNING
MAYOR MAY AID HAMMTSSTEIN.
ERECTED AT OLD TRINITY
A SUMMER SESSION
( linnroi Hon of rnllinc- To
rrtlirr 1.prilnlor in
h 1 XVock.
W III rr If Bnarrl tlavr rrrrtnn
fo rhnncp BnlMtn l.arr.
i"mf r -t,ri wnt to t"'t' HfcS
vptrd(n tt thut hU rioTrt top ht
to 5k , (v Mw Rb-nit hl r
tr houi ) rfml?ip.1 to d'plo wtk
tr r"potf- iri l-K of ,Ml.'t,or.' tt
'hf d frf-"M i t dpp.rtmnt r.vtnc to
do wth Ni'id'c orrHtlor.
0.-ar nrt Kr tin fot nrt
uti rntrair flftt f-M for M op"' hou i
Th- rcultinr rautrr tht n'.l'vj 1
ti fourtn fot nd tri fntmtio
1 1 nrtKnt VCW or.l t-t.-r fof. l.d co.irdtn to
l I.HUM.M 1 "n,Mr IUn,mfr.t-!r it P .."tr.n P-pvrt.
tncrt. th Hoiird of r.tK-.'vr nrt th
Kir rvtmrtrofnt run t tri to
NwiM '.1,rtt'on to
rrrmit urh a rhnfi
1 (.!- th o! , on that I oerM '
h docUrM. and 1 tfU thf Mor that It
t all rlchu itrd hf snyr to m. it It
in )ttr that 1 may undrtard tt
fu-.' and that I hall do
I.i.ijt Krnrf. th .Maor mi'narv
wvtfUry had to announce Mr Harn
mfrftrln h word of mouth for th lafk
of a card H told th
tir nf- rar-lcd aurh a
MRS. WENDELL GETS
INCOME; MAY RETURN
Wont to Fncland t Hnsbnnd'
Prflth Bconno of llich
Coct of T.lTinr.
l,ov,.rnor Rpotp VrUmr Hill
Will IV Korrfd 1o
I mvt Vrtril ?l miriMitnm' .o-
on o! tn ttftMattir" to pa tho ulrt-r
v.-ima-T ti.l i thf roiernor pro.int
to now r"ra!oitr.int onato- an.i
l.rpVilrmo-i hl f '"I'H thht irhon
ari ii'.rnmnt ontn- tht wfl. or nott
and Ihry po to their home thf.v will
'fivo n mfKiro r.illmc thou in ox'-a
. .on within two or th'oo rook Manv
j t inc havo oomtmod to th holvln
of lM tho (.ovprnor f- nrM plan
Mr Marian r Wondol' who had to
hake hr two on and two rtatiRhtor to
Ku'op m duoat thom hfvauj hor
huahand Jacob Vndll J' Harvard
gradtiat and mrmhr of th Nw ThMlro
Companr. who diM In 1P11 loft no oatnte
and h couldn't afford to liv in Nf
York a hr Mation in lif domando,-!
mar rMurn hora with hr ohildnan lv
cau of an order MsnM Telrdar bv
Siiprfme Oourt .liiatico I.chman rvr
mitting her to nnd an income of HS.ov
The caa wae before .iutioe lhmn
come of her phildron. thn amountlns to
n (vvi i u up Kobniarr in 1at anilher
t-ul f .ind loft v thir crandfath" .laov
Vondol amoiiUlrc n tK,f.S n
dorn"itp1 ith the mit con-runv f r
the N-nortt of tho rtilldmn T!ie iiooi
f-om Iht fund l J which mcrfwe
the total to HI Mi Mr Wendell hi
personal incvome of M .."'
In app'rlnc for th entire $11 Incom
to u-x- with her vronal inoOTie f.ir the
eiipport oducatton and niiiirtonatu-v of
her children Mr Wendeil mi.1 that afte'
her hii-K.nd diwth she f.vind i' inipo
wble to continue to reside nt her
home. Ii nt Thirtv t-'flh stro! Nvaue
of her lick of fund ' t.- nippor! and e1'i
cate rov four f'uldi'n i the manner In
which they .)iould N imiir.t.ino1 ao.Mi1
lnc to their nnMr.il phere and po.iti ir in
Mr Wendell sar e took her ohO
dren to I'.mclrtiid Nxuie of the Rroator
eoonomv of living then'
"1 no deln to ret-.iti to n-.v honie in
Nea S -r and rride Ihorr nd cond'lct
the elucatton of tnv children m Aioei-tAt,
which l their tionie rnihei Ih.ili in l.tic
Itmi " .lid Mr Wondi ?he ai.1 that
in mow of the hich nviiil position if her
self and her children it would be nioe
fir her lo ue the onlii-e
SWANN URGES SENATE
TO PASS HIS BILLS
e lieutenant that pn Kn application bv the Ouarantr Tnit jUc ,he i now niopannc her aon
th n I ("ompanv aa (reneral (tuardian of Mra t co t.- oollece anrl the oot of their
Uendell a four children to par them the eduction w i i inor.M-e
entire incime under four tn.at fund., sh" fL Th 'v. .nr7
, ' . ... i... , , come earn i'v on the bov and c.r rocatia
left to them The children are .Taooh , hlt lrp o-Vicif. - of the .o-. wi:, oot
Wendell M. IT ver old. Reginald, l.s, more than that of th daughter- it will
Anna. IS. and Phillipa Mra Wendell b e.vialirnl hv the more rpeni
htiabandwaaa brother of Barr-tt Wendell Mhlnc and mtiicl educt on for hot
now prcfeaor of K-ncliah at HnnM, and J iThe order icnH bT .luMice lh-
of Evarl Janaen Wendell ,n r, Wendell i not compelled to
tu- ii, iinn i t-. flfnlr tited in -. . - I tie tniat companr aaia tnai ir ipu Mr , account t(
hJminirnor,ha" a Fourth of l,!r " ("S Try ,1 Ro. an onier for the entire ,. ,d. the
acn-snint for the manre
in which aha
oration which he hft mapped out th
v .ter' declaration of iniorendenoe'
an-i the ul7er primArv bill are rouplM
in the phr.ie makme "itii which the
nvi'riitic hievn ahoutida
j 1 he ertu.r boliox o that hi primarr I ,.idc( Sivann (u
1 ref ir .'i bill i iWrivi bv the p...ple of the j,, whj ,,,PrttrH two
MEMORIAL TO .MRS. VILLIA.M ASTOR AT TR1MTY CHURCH
T.i m.iuf A the vhr:hyari cro.
to be erected at :d Tr.n.ty ;-.iic
' .-hown th. w-ek at thf nfilce if Thoma
ilDtilnrl.'. tttludr a orprle. Nash th- ar. K.tevt n s i de.cnt-a J
wo- expected that l!r Tavne The krn i pr.-r.:-d t- Mr M
arc :ht fizre .f Adam ar.1 E c ar.d
t!T. norklnc around And upmiril th-f.c':r-
arc n f.:m Seth Eno.-h
N -ah ?hm Avraham lsaai. .'acoh
'.Tuddh Uuth .t.e Paid and thi-H.es-i
A'.rclr. Mary the hi ftruc-
. jti.nt: ttie Ptmocratlc Mil. urm vfl n .a rr.emor. of hfr mother. ( ture cu:m:na:!r.c in the iruc'.ftv th
v.- M.-1tk. announcf.-nen. that Mrf w:l:!a:n AfiPt who wa? s ncure upon it b!nc net that of the
. r, .-.:pport t! occa.lont-d sur- ( c;mmuaican. , . Tr!r.!:y Church The ; urrer!nc Chr;t bat that of the nllss
. - e ji,rnocra..ic sia. rr.t..m..rla: wii: be bu.:t of :imp:ose. . Chnf
v . r ia hnnn. m a ti .....
. . nc r . ;i-oh He i ,n hl
- iv en h .t dScuf.r.c the tariff
.t.i-a analj- of the per.d-
.,-..r was applauded lc.id:y by
. , l'i.i-aa The lyne peech
? i 5-ed a? the ba-i for all
':j il can cppoa.l.os to the
. ne arcotdmc ! the n--pjb--!(
nt. d-moll.h-i th' com
t . . r f sunciatl b Mr l"n
' -. i ' H characterised a contrary
'.; ,f ..'an a. we'd as IVmocrailc
f - - . -he riroviFlon of the measure
!m t manufactured product? free
1 -pof-e a duty on the raw material
- M .rdock declar-d the bi'.'. wa
' f .n truture and that tht-re
1 - .' 'tarit.a'. cround for th -
. r.. r n.;ief of the Dm:crat that l:
w r-djce the c.it of llvnc
- . p;re .- the middlemen and
ani.fa lurer haw a? preat a bar
- i o-t of llvinc a the tariff
. -1 remicrat are "nh d-ce:ylnc
-r f-t i nus!sc th- h ip thit
f people in thi direction i
"alr-ed through the medium of
i t T-tur " "a'.d Mr Murdoch
til' wi.i pr u a failure a. a
r- . -. -- 'idjcr asened Mr Payne
Lrrd 'he Democrat? with dfma
v r- - a-r-r:!nR that they had reduced
ra on nece.sf.irle and Increased
i- -. uuri'f solelv !th a view to
r . ir ti- strain occasioned by the
y z " nf i! lnc Taklnr ip this
serre M- Pavne pointed out that the
T,t .ri! had mcreas'd th rate on
-.! it - am nd form 10 to ;n per cent
f' .ic-er ra'e on diamond "as In
. . - - ! Win I-mocrat'c tariff
InrentMe for MntmBllns.
i :ne i.fe ,.' Ti.at iaw." sa.d Mr
-i - -I. Bnrasf alue of th lm---a-
of uncut diamond? wa a
' . i -- than CO0 OuO. whereas under
i t ar.d J'ayne laws, with a
r '10 jer cent, the nerace
i . .a m-.r than Sri. 000.000 rur
... intended to raise revenue
a sy-ceful in this retard.
T !' - - r. r.ib-s in tnls lr.tance you
- - . . i; -.ff revenue hut oj f!ie
k- - - .( fijr m Jeanne
; admit that the t'nderwood
cuts revision downward. 1
f ' i n r--ort to the perversions of the
r ---.. n four years ago In recard to
'.t tarirr iaw ome or tne
ad-ances made m ratea In 1909
- r. ipif-rt verbatim In the pre-f-.-
Th-se ratea were upon lux-
t t committee has hown pood
in accepting thfm. It would
; , tu-r If they frankly acknowl-
. : e.r source."
- 'itjnc the woo! schedule Mr.
' 1 '.- h.q that rate. of the prent
-s hi- name are tco hleh. He
fo-je jears fin when they wera
He ponded with his col
.air - for re4 mions, but he was out-
nrnrlnl I p the Partr.
' 7 '-ok.a to the dllnterted obsen-er
bv Ke a, desire on the, part of the
f-dmfM of this blil to hold off until
-. '. 11". when the rropa will be fully
rr.t-l, In the hope that the Demo-
ra party will not be utterly destroyed
i fj?ar prfxluciruj States In the Con
t ' s 'nal election next year and In the
residential election of 1S16. The at
'mp'. -ould nppear to be not to 'brace
Mi" h people In the jutrar Industry but
'i-i.ro up the, Democratic party.
The, bid Is not wiUiout lia ftraui
IB f'aturts. Its framers evidently
r y tt fool the average farmer. They
t a duty of 10 cents a bushel on
if;it and put flour on the free list.
v.e'o.nR to tne nreeauro of the millers
' y (Hftk to fool them with a fake pro-
n- n of 10 pr cent, duty on flour taken
'"p. any country which le1t a duty on
o I- Pour.
No one known better than the
mt; era, except It Is the members of
th committee, that Canada would not
restate to take, off the duty on flour
vh"e we retain the duty on wheat In
fJe- to put Into operation thrlr nw
which have a rapacity of 50 per
it' more than their present market
M- Payne then paid his respects to
"0 p-.e lafl oampalm." he said, "aa
i rr.emi.irla: wii: be bu.it of iimetor.e.
with a cran.te base and w"'. bo about
thlrt-.:x ft h.ch Work up n It ha I
bfcun The P.cv Or Manr.'.r.c. rector
of "id Trinity, thui- decr:i it
"The i ruction at Trmitj C.i..rch of I
i this superb crus 15 a matter of prea- 1
I Interest from the standpoint ..f art a
I well as of r-iicion In the opinion of'
.oomrxtent crlt.i. t i i step forward'
, in rllcu'U art .n th. (oiiatry It ! .
said that the cro here shown com
pares ffnoml'. w.th the nnet work,
of slmiiar art in the older land. The de- 4
sKn t-mbodios the Idea of the cenealoc-y
of our LiirJ a piven by St. l.uke lr,
the twel slchfs ir. th- shaft ?rr t-e,
Scurf s- of our Lord's human ancestor ;
'Bc!nn.r.p on the bottom on the front i
On the base of the monument
will the tt from 1 Corinthians.
'The nrt man Adam was made a i:lnc
sou . the Inst Adam wa n-.ad a i :.ck
The disicn ir. its cer.ersl ida of the
many cro- to le found in Kncland
and or. the Cont r.enl and the treat
haft w.th Its beautiful carvinc crowned
b the Scure of uor Lord re'.cninc from
H. cfv w.'.! W m '. imt'ress.ie a-
setn acr...- ,h- .hut..hjard .-immc the
It is e.'p.-.ai! appropriate an.l !c
n. Scant that si strlkinc a witr.e to
the Chr an r-'. trim -i:'d he ".f:ed
up m ;. m d'-t of tv.. d-r.s crow. and
the cr a: buslnc interest catherfd In
t', ' nver -ia."t 'V 'c't "
l.rervrvi two rll for
sta.e u,. ms.cr.H- w lln ,m th(t l(W81,u,ure Healinc wj;h chans .n .
who -m- they do not h.r much talk atut mmmi r,ro,sxiure vcten1av .-nt a
i .n their di-;nct Hf think- hi .r i ,0(,r ,0 NAI, fnMoT vacner urcinc
pn-hp clor to the cround and hi- sene m .i for (M tn
l'f2$S?.llXZL to 'nate mav not cet to them Th- .h.dce
1 ha'e "direct nomiait. on n'ld h" rin-'r- lftva srvil -trt on th- amendment.
fi v ncoept- the cic of Kittle from which en e-the courts ;viw-er to determine
hirn- K Muri hv or an- one el-e for a whether prion-r arre-toi for the same
CM onthi-i-ue lo Uiat n there o, ha rM.w or
I- war between hitn atid the orcaniraNiiu
i m-rollM hv Murphv K" . , . , .
he suler i riiiia-v bill nhi h i aiout , .ludje swann had before him reterdiv
the liit word on ocr n is'" i rrliod of two men indiotod for attempting
11 vin Mr Mi! -or to rut m n in .ne io.e- JO roh Jh1 hom of ,h( 1)Almn oonsll.
tront 01 .no new- ioti ''3uer- aiivi in iii-
forecround when the held i iookm over
for the lYo-idemi.-.! oanduiato m wi.
Senator BLv.nelt - lieiuini-iation of
"ulrer a- an unt.jir tichter doo- not Uither
the Covt-rnor :!o vould :-. uch rather
tie oalled that th.-n a lo-inc !":chtor
Tli., nnl tmo-il.n l..ini-hment to I
an up-stnto A emblymnn or a Ne ork j iimo n. i of burclarv
senator nf ;'ndinc ho days .Mhany ! .ludce "i-ann s letter to Senator Warner
i- onlv incidental to the oonil-oll.nc roa- i rPU (
-on for th Governor .- election of late I
,lulv a the time for a tinal tp-t of strencth 1 ' ere are -ei era! impottant bill per.dir.c
"N'tweon the !-. and the people" Ir. the ser.ate hinc for thei-object a imirh
a he phrase- it It i- aKnit the time ' tuvvied reform In the criminal procedure
wnen tne leci-latots and their local nu- a cetieral ih'ect whi.'h -eerr to be an
chint are arranpinc their jviliticil fence ' tatmc the mind of the peorle of all eomii
af home for the fa',' oampaicn and when tlon aril liv-alitie Thev have pa-ed the
n New- Yorli citv the pnltminarr work iH Co-i r.ittee ar.d are recommendetl
of 'late making for tnur.icipil o.nn. , , p4-afe and 1 hehee if pa-eii thej
paicn I- at its mo-t important -tace .would reliee the -.Mutton and atifv the
:ear mat trie lew na-
mai make It tin -
jpo- ihle for the senate to dlpo-r of all the
Otacotno I'.ini Komi on March lat
, Th ruan on trial is Albert K leaker and .
the other pri-mer indicted for the sAtne
I oenoe ha demandni a separate trial
After he i- tried .ludce Swann inut have
four trial for four tren mdicteil for the
Gov .SU,?er l-...- N-aaro a imiujmikii : ;w.opM ,, fo. foar ,n
of r htnakmc tbn fhout tho stato , h(l
m which he wil, appoal to the iKsiple j
V, k . .- ilnho. nn.t i i.iv IpoiMe for the senate to
WiKm do -o oVieclixeiv at critical time- criminal procure hill- I would lv. vrrv
He know that the all v Urore which the h iHi it jou could -aue tone J
Nt xliticil olniun't eer reltMupon vaneed to a r.nal xote at least to bill
In a n emcrccncv cntmble iptodemorah- " Hrst the hil inakinc it di-rretlonarv
r.iticnt-a moral iue .r -omethincdo-oly ! whether deienaant .'omtly Indkted shall
r emblmc it It never fail- to cet the b trie.i -,ipnrstrly or jointh- The prent
popular approval and the popular vote rlct-t i ' e. 1. defendant to deirand a -ep.v
Gov Milror ha- rccalUsi that it elected I rate trial without show lnc any reaon for
Jerome a oord time Pi-tnct Attornov ' ,, arn Icnir.c no di-cretion In the court
of New York without the -emhlanco ol i ,ho variou- defendant a a club
a iHihtical orcaniration or machine hack J(, fi,rrt, ,h to ,mpt a mlnor r))4
of him It reelects! U v Huche when , f ,lt,m1n(. ,h, dllrMlon ot
him th mt umxpuUr man in tho uto
. M - ft NhK.'
There Is But One
'Coward" nd But One Place to Buy Coward Footwear
Healers arc warned that the rich: to use the
name "COWARP on footwear, belongs ex
clusively to us.
h i unlawful to ikc, imitate or trade on
the name "Coward.' Any dealer attempting
to do so renders himself liable to legal penalty
THK ri'Bl.lC-is intormed that the
Coward Shoe is sold only irom our one
place of business, at 04 :74 t ireenwirh
St. (near Warren St. ) New York City.
JANES S. COWARD. 264-274 Greenwich St.. N. Y.
Mall Ordtr Hllta
soi.n no mi:ri: txsr
Sfn1 lor Catalftfuf
eminent cent'eman wno wa runn'.nc nTjlI)TJ I I TJTT I 0 T VT
for th- l'r. id-nc cafh.-.nc hi hi-- , flLirljAL DlLLlJ lit
FOR TWO NEW LAWS
torlcai information from s..m- dallv
newspapers stated that our farmer j
were pa vine Jill for binders and that '
he cou'd cet the me thine in Knc'.an ,
for tlOO And wny were the no; im
ported from Great Hrltain under uch
" 't"h ' he nn-er-d "it aii on ac- j
count of the tariff of If. per cent ' .
"I! it uch article- i.rne m here free
.nder the claue of the present tar.ff !
law, i,, which h.. attention had not
been called and which appll- to a'l I
apritulturai machinery' It Is para-)
(ii.vonior Hail iiriiel l'ral
Mt')iuro InerrnMii:: Inter
't on Stntt HomK
craph of the act of lfOJ. which pro. president of the Nm- York Citv Tax
vldes that farm machinery, includini: I Commission, came to Albnnv to-day to
ha-.-e.t.r. and reapers, shall be .!.,' tSl,v Su,.,r-, at!enlton to nl re
mltted frte of duty from any country , , , . , . ,
not puttlnc a duty on like article !m- cen'- I'f'rMal "f two ,aws w,lirh durinc
portel from the fnited States (the n.t Sft ear wou.d cost the State
"(if curse every ir.telilpen' man I nearly JS.". OOO.Of'O in rebateu franchise
know that Great Britain fmpoe :u ' las The b.i . w r- introduced by
such duty and thee articles could iome Senator Krawle a: the instance of the
from Great Hrltain free of dut) Net 'State Comptroller' Departnii nt. with a
to the fnited States Great Britain 1 j view of h.-ldmi; up the market value of
the greatest extorter of these article, j the State's bond, ace cdinc to a state-
"Now this statement was made In ment made by Krawiey on the Soor of
the !et of faith and only coe to the Senate to-nicht.
show how such false and misleading I Thce new laws would make $110.000..
statements are civen circulation and Ouo outstanding State Nmd bear lnter
credence liy men of character. The en at the rate of 4ls instead of per
truth 1? our harvestlnc machinery coe. I cent if he,d bv insurance and trut com-
amonc tnw wno irequei.nsi up-.ii.iii'
I war room- and Hroadway hnei Hut in
tho co'intrv di-tnct m th.it cimp.ucn
! th.-v held Huche- ma mis'tinc- in the
i MRS. KAUFMAN GETS DIVORCE
irmntrnirnl With .N.nellaC lo
Itnion llailr Out o' "ourl.
Hi-rbert Kaufman, n.nelis: writer .'or
macaz'.r.e anii edit"- of the Atotnin
ifori'd, w. a d orced eterday from
Mrs He'en H. -snerc Kaufman by a
decree sicned bv Supreme Court Jus
tice Giecerlch n a suit broucht by
Mr Ka'.fman who liies at Hretion
Ha!. The c.ecrre j pranied on a re
port b Aipvrnon S Horton a. rrfene
Mrs Kaufman testiried that she went
to Europe last fall and that shortly
after she returned m February she
bepar. to hnr thmc- about her hi
band She said she found out after a
wh.le that it had been commontv
the trial three or four time It normal
li-.clh. therebv nddmc i.r.nece nrv col
to tn ooiint wranr.c out citlror. who
nuit w itne- and often causinc theni
to loe their position keeplr.e other prl
oner- in the itv prlon the additional time
awaiting their turn lor trial
No nef,-r.ilan' ould be rfue i ih
r.-hl if he show. . auetor it and the ludge
1 rii-.-reiion I- renewable bv the Appellate
Pn iion 1 he identiral bill 1 alo pending
m ihe a-eniblr The bill conform the
Slate practice to the Federal practice, the
, prac'lte in New Jersey and in many other
! The oiher bill which 1 would like very
I much to e pned. w hlle not a prooeliire
bill, i the cocaine hul 1 hi bill, a
amended b the senate Code 1 ommitlee
i now appro ed bv the medics! profe.lon
of New urk count It i- approved,
penerai'v -peakinc. b) everv one eicept
ihe patent medicine vender and dome of
th.ir .u:nn-.er-. but as amended bv the
i ikIc- i omtiiutee thi- bili will permit any
pain t r.ieili.ine to be -old In N'ew York
state ipon pre-cription of any New York
slate phv-icinn and the prescription may
'ertif the lencth of time any patient may
knnnn for ome time that iter hu-bami or ue the medn inecontaininc cocaine
Eighteenth Century I
English Silver Andirons,
Antique English Carved
And Marble Mantels.
Also Other Periods.
Z West 47th.fitAT.Y.
throuch the uhole world nt the same
or better factory price than sold In
the fnited State."
TO PROBE STILWELL CHARGES.
WMlman Wilt t'reaent fair to
(rand .lur? Neil Week.
District Attorney Whitman had lone
distance telephone conversations with
Gov. Sulzer and Attorney-General Car
mody yesterday repardlnc the charces
of attempted extortion made by Georpe
H. Kendall, president of the New York
Bank Note Company, apntnst Senator
Stephen J. Stllwell of The Bronx.
The Governor and Mr. Carmody told
Mr. Whitman that transcripts of the
testimony taken at the Albany investi
gation and documents introduced In evi
dence had been sent to New York.
Mr. Whitman said the evidence prob-
ably would Ixi in his hands to-day. He
told the Governor and the Attorney-
General that he would Klve the Stllwell
matter personal attention.
He said lust nifiht that he would
present the case to the Grand .lury
Just ns soon as he had a chance to po
over the testimony and the list of wit
nesses. That would be within n week,
next Monday probably.
The District Attorney will take per
sonal charge of the presentation of the
evidenco to the Grand Jury and will
call whatever witnesses are necessary.
They probably would be the same per
sona who testified at the Albany Inquiry.
Mr. Whitman said.
pan.e- ana sawnps murj.
After Sulzer had hi talk with
had been fr.endiv with other women without limit of time
She testlSrd that her brothct lold her i
that her hu.-liand and Harrv M Kr.end
had been out together shortly after she
went to K.urope She hunted up Friend
and pleaded with h.m to .es!lf for her
because she couldn't forphe her hus
band and w ould ne er lle with him
acaln ever, .f she, didn't dhorce him
Friend who was Mr Kaufmans
on.v w itness. teti:icd mat on viote
Mr I'u: ! he nt tar Majority Leader j 4- ..;, Kaufman called him up. sa.d he
Wacnet ar.d Speaker Smith of the As- lonesome and invited him to eo
embl) and had Intrixluced in each o.nii-.nc w.th him at an apartment at
House' bills repeallnc these laws on the 30a West Forty-n.nth street Friend's
pround that he had misunderstood their irstimcny a to what happened in the '
pmpmt when he -isned mem 1 apartment and nt n supper part.v in,
O'GORMAJt SILENT ON POLK.
Will See Prrsldrnt, bt Colleclor-
ahli Is Settled.
Washinoton. April 2S Senator O'Oor
man retunied from New York this morn
Imt and said he mlpht have somethltiR
to say on the Oollectoriihlp after the
President fcent In the nomination It
la practically cert.ln that tln President
will appoint Frank L. Folk
Senator O'Onrinan piohably will con
fer with the President to-iimrrow and
It Is expected that they will reach aorne
understandlnp and avoid an open breach
onr the Collectorshlp.
Senato- Wnsner announced in tne
Sinate that c,.. Su'.rc- had sen; an
emerpencv message which would per
mit th" passape of the repeal lili'.s by
the Ipts!ature to-nicht. but Senato
Fraw!ev objected To-morrow there
will be readv for the Lepislnture a
s.aiement now heme prepared In tee
Comptroller' department explaining
the true s'tuation recardlnc thee new
"I explained to Go Sulzer." said Mr
Furdy to-nlpht "that he had been mis
led by the theory that thse bills were
necessary to enable the State to borrow
money As n matter of fact, these bill"
confer what Is equivalent to an Increase
In the rate of Interest on Stnte bonds
outstandlnc to the amount of about
1110,000.000. This would cost the State
In fifty years nearly JIS.00O.O00 with
out any consideration to the State for
Gov. Sulzer to-nipht in dlscusslnp his
conference with Mr. Furdy and repre
sentatives of the State Comptroller's
"It w.xs decided that the method pro
posed by the I'rawley bills, after consid
eration of nil tho circumstances was in
ndvixntile nnd I believe we will be nble
to remedy the defect In tho exlstlnp
law, which operate adversely to the flo
tation of Stnte bonds, by nmendment to
the present law which will obvlnte the
objections urged npalnst the provisions
of the Frawlcy meaaure.
"It I our purpose to cause such bills
to be prepared and introduced Into the
Leplslaturc without delay and If neces
sary to speed their enactment by emer
Supreme 1'nart Annnnnrra Itereaa.
WasillNlTov, April ! Chief .lu.tlce
White announced to-day that the call
of th docket tn the Suprem Court
would be suspended on Prtda, Ma 0,
and thai the court would take a reecu
on the following Monday until May it.
Faust restaurant resulted in a -cenm-mendaJlon
by the referee that a divorce
be c ran ted
Justice Giepcrich's decree moke no
provision for alimony, i an arrance
ment for Mrs. Kaufman's support was
made out of court. The Kaufmans were
married nt Mrs. Kaufman's home In
Baltimore on Aupust II. 1?00. They
have one child Herbert. Jr.. 7 years old.
Mr. Kaufman Is a graduate of Johns
Hopkins Fnlverslty. He his been lit
erary adviser to C. Arthur Pearson.
Ltd.. of l-ondoti and adviser to Frank
A. Munsey. He wrote "The Stolen
Throne." in collaboration with May
Isabel risk. "The Wlnnlnc Tight" and
Mr. Kaufman lives at the Blaekstone
Hotel. Chicago, and ha. 11 New York
office nt 1 2 Fast Fortv-sUth street.
H. B. H0LLINS S CHINESE LOAN.
.1 II. Seara - Fl-e Power Agree
ment llnrin'l Affect II.
.1 11 Sears of II H llollln A Co. who
propoFe- to lend China I125.000.00n, said
esterda that the proposition hta tirni
I- tn.ikuic will not be affected by the con
clusion of the tle Power loan, signed In
Pekln on Sunda)
It Is general!) believed that one of th"
provisions of the fle Power agreement!
I that all of China's future loans shall be i
made thiouch the five Power croup. When 1
Mr Pears was asked e.terday If thl did 1
not cut out the Independent American 1
group he replied : I
"Apparently not Our negotiation con-1
tlnue In progress with the Chinese ofililals ,
Mr Sears said yeilerdnv that h ex. .
peel a public iinnouncenient from the 1
Slate Department some time thl week in j
lenly to his reuiirit that the Ouienin-ent I
make a statement that it would extend the
ujiiil Goiernment uipo Mivnrded anv
A'nerli'Kn rnterprie In .1 foreign conn
tr, puch as making iliploinatic repiesenta
ilnn In the event of failure to meet loan
Change of Time and
New York Terminals
Concurrently with change of New York
terminals, effective May 1st, from the
Pennsylvania to the Central Railroad
of New Jersey, the time of local and
express trains will he but slightly af
fected, except that No.5,"THE BUFFALO
TRAIN," will leave New York, Central
Railroad of New Jersey Ferry Stations,
West 23rd Street 8.50 P. MM Liberty
Street 9.00 P. M.. Jersey City Terminal
9.15 P. MM Jackson Avenue, Jersey City,
9.21P.MMNewark, Elizabeth and Meeker
Avenues, 9.40 P. M.
All Steel Train
High-back, comfortable-seat coaches.
Lighted throughout by electricity.
Lehigh &lley Railroad
THE BLACK DIAMOND ROUTE
Railroad and Pullman Tickets delivered
at home or office on request.
New Yerk I IM0 Broidwar. near 42nd St., Telephone 4212 Brtant
1234 Hrotdwir, near Slit St.. Telephone KM Madlmn Square,
401 Broadwir. cornr Walker St.. Telephone IS0I Franklin.
M Protdwiy, corner Wall St . Telephone S4J4 Rector
RronMrn : 30 Flitbuih Ave., Telephone af Main.
Newark: 211 Market St.. If If phone :T Markrt