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the sun; Thursday; way i; wis:
nut sillily and noro rrlcixr-il, llirlr orig
inal hall Imwi Miik innllotipcl. Tlu
.IuiIko .ct My 7 for llt trlnln.
PATH CLUBBED FOR WORKERS.
! PSYCHOLOGY FINDS
FITS AND MISFITS
PaKMim PooninMor Talks
to the Mothers'
loll Youngsters Will
IJroniilit to New
II Y 00 IS ItKAKKAIONKI)
is TWiil iiuil TIiom of Other
1. . W. I.onilcrs Sot
fur Miiv 7.
shrrlff Itrnn Itrtnlvrr on Mrlkrr
In Hnul Rnrllnalnn.
Ut'ni.iMiTiiN', N ,l April 3". Ciiiarrlid
! Sli'-tlfT .Ionian nf Hnrlnmtnn ruiiniy
i nu twonty-ihf annul l"iititlc Amm
i. in workmen nt the t'nit .Slntc Iter
Work In Unst lltirllncl m f jurIu their
way tlirniiRh n moli of illrn H'rlkcrs ul
flirt futinilrt nnlna .l.la mninlnn
I Two hundred sflKc ymwlhl?.cr
li police Rimnl iInmv neni- tin- fori mncra
I tried to block lli'-iii Th p.illrp with
' i liilio folic lit ii umv 'hr.i'imi tb mob
Jij until the partv wan wiililn twenty urd
oi nip main pair.
Then neeral forelRnrr made u ruh
for the foundrymen at the henil of the
line and tried to dras them from in?
Sheriff Jordan drew lil. revolver nn.l
nlth t'ounly T)eteotlve rtllli Parker at
III side opened a path for tin ref of
The lojal workmen were hurried Into
the ork and the raH closed nn.l
Kimrded by a strolls 'cre.
"roller carry Kiin.; varrv suns
Fodcrnl llureHti of Kclticntion
Bhnws Kfft'rts of Tt'sts
SCIENCE AIDS IXIirSTKY
KxHiiiiiintions nf Motormon ntui
Tdoplionp Opomlors Hhvc
Wasiiinotos April .Hi Are you look
ing for n job iik inolorman? Prove your
ability by pnycholoRV. Will you make
a Rood chauffeur? Submit to a mental
teol and And out Would you be a wie-
ceful telephone operator? Vou will
wave the company' tlnir and your own by 1
undergoing a psychological examination
rTfT,iis. April !tn --A mothers' com
mree .if me e.iers visited the city
h i fier iiilne.. hours lale this .ifur
nien inlnit on tlndlns out what Mayor
M ir de olns to do In his otllel.il
,,ipn. f m the clilldren of Ihe sirlkvrs.
i;. .1 n-l Jhe .-eilniis nnd determined
lei . n oi .llier.. ir.illeil .1 tine of men
i .,1 ii. ,n .inns and "mill o and
i i hand in hand or clutching
i i r m.vp " ' skirls
T r ...ni'iiittee didn't II ml the Maor
in i ''ad a ci'iifeietu'e with Poor
ni M-r Th.'in.i- " "Weill, after whlon the
w imen rnp 'rled b.uk to a ti Ikers' meet
in: a- Turn Halt the result of their mis.
t m and a. decided ihe didn't want city
,i m adniintercd in Ihe usual wj..
T- .-hudien of the -lilkeis lll take
p" -l-mniio" in Hi" May day demon
t a' hi in I'.iter.-nn. After the parade
n ,ir ii'imei'i "f them III b" conveyed
-i ,t .in iiiite triRk to New Vnrk. wheie
the , ' partnlpitc In ihe bis May Pay
tuie j' their. Then they will be e
i 'f l t.. l.aiioi Temple, where they
.iir. lulled anions the I. W. W
f m fi mm have offered to take care
em unt it Hie I'aier.-on strike s over.
Tie uiuinal plan of Miss Kllzabeth
r. ,r ci 1'lvnn to end mothers with
t r h.ldri n in . Mayor Mcltrlde.
.1. i!i i.i the small sons anil
! i. -!r- if tee .t:ikeis le.ii.liii; town,
i rf n ., d Li M. l". nn herself when
leal ned that Hie Maor wouldn't
le he i "ii Hall. Many nonien weie
I nd S'i niyivii.i and when the pro-it-
'ii iruditt'd Into ihe municipal
i nun- ihei. were alioiit nmety young-
' .ii .ini-
T i nii.th.-i .-' 1 o'clmk meeting at
T m Hall was .. ble one. The siage
w .- irowded wuh children ranging in
. fi.nn a few monilit. to the early
1 n- i'ne i o- ear-old. who hail been
is ' ' I ia fi I. W W ." sat on lop
i ' piano
'i i. I'H-.r Sunda.x best, which
niuh'' poor in some cases, but
M.itr w.in't a ollcd tace anywhere.
s ' i Ibiiwoul was full (if MllllfS.
i .nd eera children In hU arms
i i me-e ban one threw arms around
: md piped- -11111111 Hill'" U
' tr I ..en iiy .t.
tin n- at .old Hinnah Sllier
n n i n.. was ai "estt-il on the picket
1 n"- i-' we I. while leiidhlK a crowd nf
" i. ,s.. ,,i m "Ide of the plat
i ' ' Irt Kiim and Indiietrloilsly
v i n a bright red dress which she
, e..inj in wi -r in to-morrow's parade.
T u' s he n-atest little woman in
' w .rld -aid I!il- Mill, as he cast .1
e k idtiurelion at the blown exed
f If HOI I
T . n li women v.duntei red to call
ni Mai.-i Tin- meeting apprmed
fl'rt "k iiiimlli-e. with Mrs. John Hold,
tie in w fe ..f a profe.plonal wresttei,
i i- h. man. Mini out.
N n' ' "mi people nnd gathered In
tlw i ii l(al jilaza In await the coming
r ' -Hikers' bibles" nnd Ihero
w-i i de. id-d mr as the procession
it e. :i,i,.i:C, t,P thick ranks to th
- d n.1 A pnlu-eman turned them
.iw.. ,.r. tlir-te Was milch Jostling US
I-a e,. i-,i d Hieir way to the Klllsoti
T M i - Hold said thai the com-
r er 11, mild lo see the Mll.MII. Hlld
va directed lo the poormaster's
mflie i the liavpiiieni. The women
nod rh-ldren pushed after the five molh
'' ' .' or.lv a comparatively few got
i t . tie ..ftice, which was Jammed
T e i muster informed the com-
m tiee that tf the children were in want
. .1 1 I I 11111 . " ,-" ' - ' ...
lo-nlght and to-mortow then look determine your illness ,r me pos noo
out united some In Hn mob. Psychology, accoimng m ne line-.
Acenls of the Indusirlat Wo.Ue,-. ,f . Imllellti of the United Stales bureau of
(lie World, who are dlfcilni the Mf.ko,
declare they will ha .e fioO men le
crulteil finm olher foundries at Ihe
edticalion, now plays a prominent pari I
in the various plans for vocational guid- i
mice It I announced thai scientist,
ates to-morrow ami thai notice ir n i I by means of psychological i,..s, hope
polite no nnplnvee will go t work. 1 dvlp ways of measuring people with
Sheriff .Jordan sa St-ile ir.mp nay be regard to their qualification for certain ,
called on. kinds of work Tin' statement from j
Two bundled deput sheilff" and thp Ooverntnent bureau siy: i
special nltii-eis will P.- (nought to Hin- )r Leonard P Ayro of the Sage 1
!'" li'.""'" """'"" ""n'"K ' Voundation ha ju-l Mininied up a mini- 1
In help Sheriff Jordan c'mtrol the sti ke . , , , , , , , , ., i,ia i
situation to.motiow The att.inpl lo In- h of Psychological lest- for positions
Undue- 1.1ft new men to take the place of actually put into practice in modern I
Milkers at the Devlin Mills will prerlpl- industry llms lhe American telephone
late lilsonli r, the police fear. ,,n lelegraph t ompatiy engaged I rot
Sheriff Jordan will select fiflv deputies . -Muensieroerg i o nur -.i.iv ..
suai.l Ihe Aiueilcan w i.kme,,, ho ! termlninK which applicant "'l'.'"'? "
will tun the gantlet of strikers at the
Kast Hurllngton Mills to-morrow morn
ing If this fall (tov Pieldet will In
aked to send State troops
COURT REBUKES HER FOR
DISPLAY OF THIN HOSE
Found Only in the Alco
THE biggest thing to find in
any car is its "road capacity"
its ability tin 'the open road.
Some engineers call it "road ability",
but they all know where to look for it.
They push dtmn the accelerator and
speed tip the motor. They listen.
They seek to find the point whetc the
motor "labors". They call this the
"point of vibration".
In some cars it is manifested at 2S
miles per hour; others at 35 ; some at
44 ; and so on. It is more pro
nounced in some than in others.
Seldom is found a car without a point
of vibration at some speetl. A motor
without it is the ambition of every
engineer young and old; (for vibration
means wear, shortening of life, loss of
power, loss of speed, discomfort to
A number of engineers decisively tell
us they have found no vibration in the
motor of the Alco Six. They have sped
up the motor, dropped it, sped it up
again, in the shops, on the open road;
.1 list iro (iiivi'an Tolls Mrs.
IMu'hs Not to Cross Hor
Knees Before Him.
nrnvn ffood tele ilione operator I n-
girls were examined with reference to i
"meniorv. attention, general intelligence I
space perception, rapidity of movement,
accuracr of movement and association "
"The "result showed thai the girls wboi
liialifled in the tests were Ihe mrxl efficient
in practicul ervict while those who
stood at the foot of the 111 failed later
and left the company's service 1
"Prof. Munsterberg has also letted
street car motnrmeu with el.monite .
amiaralus with a view to selecting those
d;.;,H.1,k;s H A SHERMAN
lm ..m 10 the sicnific.ini cone hi on vnUUU lit rli Ull JLUllllrlil
that Ihe application of such a test on
inolormeii would result in the rejection
I of about ?4 er cent of those now em
ployed si 1; TboiiitiHon used reaction time
tests' in selecting girls for Ihe work ofj
inspecting tor naws 111 me ieci oan 1
used in ball hearings. The final outcome' A.
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY,
BuiMcn alo of Alco Motor Trucks aad Alco Toikoh
have worked every little nick known to
the engineer ; and each time it has res
ponded absolutely effortless. They
tell us this is the best six cylinder motor
they have ever driven. We have long
felt so. Let us lell you why.
This motor was first built in Lyons,
Fiance, in the shops of the Hciliet. It
is today largely the old Berliet six cylin
der motor designed and developed by
We put this motor in the first six
cylinder car we ever built and wc have
never changed. In 1909 it won for us
the race for the Vandcrbilt cup. 1 In
1910 it repeated. This is a big
reason why anyone buying a car
this Spring should examine the Alco.
1886 Broadway, NEW YORK
BOND INTEREST BILL HELD UP. ' WHEELER'S WILL NOT PROBATED. 1 hii'imi. Ti.o,a m
erlek .1, of Mollis
Mora J and F- id-
Urpubllenti l.rnilei- Olii-cl lo II
Al.iu.vv. April 31 Senator lloberl 1'
1 hnt Ihirlv-lUe clrl did the work
A rebuke by Supreme Coutt Justice formerly done by l?n; the accuracy of the 1
tiiegan to a unman defendant In a work was increased by fill per cent ; ihe!
cae on trial before him because. In the I girls' wages were doubled, the working
estimation of the court, her silk stock- "' i're.isei iroin len "' ;"
ss.lllt ( It V ( OIIIIM'I U It
Scpkinir Court House
I., 4nlhnr Wrolr IIim-ii-
mrnl Willi Finns,
T I-' Archer of Jamaica applied fo
Wagner and A"embvmaii Aaron ! l,vv ! tetters of administration on the estate
introduced lo-n'ghl at the request of j of James Cooper Wheeler, Hie author,
(inv Stller a bill ineieasilig from I lo i. .e.terfla. anil Surrosate Parlel Nolite le
per cetll the annual inleiesl lo be paid fused In admit Wheeler's will to probate I "
.... 1 . ,1 i . 11 ,...r... r 1 1. I .1., 1... .i... i.i. ...111 ,...i,,..,i i tel tl
BROKER GETS $29,740 VERDICT.
lugs were too thin anil because she
had one knee ihrown over the other
while sitting beside her attotne.x. halted
the tilal for a time and caused a sen
sation which eclipsed anything of the
kind in the County Court Iloute for
jears In the way of remark from the
The defendant was Mrs. Rachel N.
Uucas, a young unman of French birth,
hours to eight and one-half hours and the ,
pronta or the factory increased ,
"Another set or psychological tels . ......
aims In select jioeition for peron- rather : 10.
than persons for position, but not much
hus been reallv done In till field 'I lie
difficulties In the wav of both kind of ,
tests mar lie inferred from tne lact mat
there are something like lo.noil M-turale
kinds of gainful occupations in tne unite!
Mr Avres s-es great possibilities in
ii iiis i-i 11rk eiilrnl Hnnffht
I. niul IHrr Ills llrnd.
A Jur) before Supreme Court Justice
Whilaker gave a venlli-t for $:"J."4n yea
on bond issued hereafter for gotsl road. WlH-t-lei drew hl own will ami omltled' " ',' . ........ ...ra
barge canal an.l barge canal terminal I the attestation clause II, l,o file.l ! bite l.tokei. ,,. a suit am.inst the Ne
eonstrncti.m uorlt unit other , ,,ls "' 'eveal to one of the wltiiee of the orl. eniral Itailr.M.I I omiian fur coin
.0 1st ruction worn and othei State bond (I(1M,pn. ,hat t w1, hls UM , ! missions on land the railroad nimpan,
111 the Assembly the bill was pass,.,l at ( wheeler tlveil in Holll". I. I anil died b'.iislit ..'oiis the Weehauken shore,
oiiis- ittider an eiii..gency ines:ie froni ...Hiiieniy September :.1 la: In Menvei. Ko 'estitled that he wrote to the
Ihe fiovernor In the Senate the hill wn where lie hail gone lo contest the will of'tate J I' .Mmgan of the ppnrtunlt Ii
adiini-ed to 11 third reading but Seiinior ' Miss Camlai e Wheeler, a daughter In buy the land nnd that after William II
Wagner lil not press it passage lo-nlght I 1
....... .u .,1 . 1 ...,.--. I .-..... I.i -.ml s.,1,1 II. n t',i.,
because the iiepublicaii leader Sna.or ' Vi,e..tei- left all his nrotiertv. Ilie abi, would deal onl.v with him the defendant
wn, declared ihat if this bill were ... .,,lrh I s,l to In considerable, to went 0111 and bought the laud over his
who is the wife of Benjamin I'. Ducas. I psychologic.il tests for choosing the right
.. . 1 nersons for lots Ho Ravs:
presiueni 01 tne nenjamin r uucas '.,, ,,, 1, ,k,'ii,i n.l.iistnienl
In the wav .if both kind or, . , . . . .
Ik inferred from Ilie fact that Hilt ( lt s hiei'ts Sit l.llllll s !ro
... 1 v . .1 pa-e th" last condition of ih sn,ite' ,, widow, Mrs .ne Wheeler, and threu 1 head
Mll-tll .Mil .MHle 111,111 ,-min would be worse than the first
S."i lilld (1(10 "i'hi bill llxi-s 11 Hal rate of interest,"
Kiid Senator Hrowr, "leaving nn discre-
tiotiwith the Camptroll'T n t win t
interest should be paid up lo a maximum
Chemical Comiany at
iam street una 01 me nrni 01 micas ,v ,ma worKinan eacn one win nave 111s 11111 ,,, j,,, ;,mt 5 1 e ..iii.iiuo tor Ilie pi op- , ,,nt - j, ,,r, , (p,.
I o. at 30 Church street, who Is alleged , opportunity 10 ncinee ai ieas. so.ne- . ... , tnp sp ,,f ,. new , bond mark.-l wlneli tin-increased iiiltTHst
lo have an income of over J100.000 a thing tor commoinveaun ami "'"1- ,., v ,,-, Mouse weie submitted 1 rate is 10 meet 1- only temporarv and
.omitany at '-a bouth Will- slmll huVB tH,en ttujned lietweeti work I llri.-f ,-howlnc why lb- eitv oiichl , ()f (1 ,.,.,,, tl. n,to (IW being t tier
and of the firm of Ducas it and workman each one wilt have his full ,,, p-(j ,.,imt Ji(i LT.ii.nun for Hie pi op- ,,,nt - , pr,.,' dp.n ..i-i-rd stt,. of the
ea ! .
Ducas has been seeklnir 10 I " Tl" ,H".k " th" w"rl! . w,u 1 '. i. i-ils n,., v I for till tv.ison II houl.l I... left ili-cretion
ree ..f e...,rtlnn lrom hor ,(,r ' on( '." workers win re- , ' '; "' ' ry wlli, ,i. state Comptroller lo decide
ontain a decree of separation from her greate 'rewarrK. dee,rr joy and Schneider and James J. Coo,.,.,,. .,.,- 1!!. d , p ,0 T
llltsblinil and n Ihe same ttmP he in. l r..ll . . . I..r.. , . l .1.. .. r, " . . tl...... . I muni pl" u"' sin. i.i .11 1
huslmnd and nt Ihe same time ht- has J r,,Mer satisfaction in their doing
oeen trying to compel ner 10 aoiue ny .
the lerms of a separation BANKING REFORM URGED,
under which she Is receiving $6,000 a
w.uf I1.,.- ...,-ul rt.l I,., llAn.,..n I
and has agreed not lo take her child
out of the countr.v.
As soon as Mrs. Ducas teached Ihe
court room estcrdriy she took a seal
at the counsel table beside her attor
ne.v. Amo H Kvans, and directly fa
cing Justice (iavegan. As Ducas took
posinc the Court Mouse Condemnation' ,r ,,,., ,, J1M ,, mH1. ,nmi. hoiibl
; Commission. t lie sold at the i's per cent interest rate."
I At the same time the C.irpotaUnn "We have an opinion lioin Attorney.
f ,u..i - rti... s.ii.mitie.l i, brief .show- (Jeneral Carinodv." -aid Senator Wagner
,,- ,1,,,. ll,P v..lll..lioi,s I, lit llli.ill the i i.li iliil"i iii-v.iii-.i.i iiiiii ii r.i,m.ii .in
" . , , .. ,,, ... , left In the discretion ,, II,,. 1 fimpt roller
pr t b Ihe wltnese foi th ow- lw,ln) r.lt sh,, w ,,.,) .on.
el weie about tvice too much. Ihe m,,,.,,,,.,,,, ril fixed hv the Leiri-laliiie.
tleorge c, Menr of William Salomon . ,.ty's epert. llguie thai the property but ihat the l,egilatiin itef tnul fix
lirorir li. Hetirj if"U Hefore Ihe
CI. in. i. -r Corn in.
A Co. hankers, In an nddrivs before me
l-'inanee I'oruiii last night on "A I'rac
is worth :,.iiiio.iMiii.
The brief fot Ihe iilv was
I Ihe lilt e '
dlawn liv I
ileal Way in Accomplish Hanking nnd ( ),,, , )f.H p . iiendorf. Asltiint Corpoiii-
Ctirrrnc.v lleforin. advocateii tne en- .. t-nJr.I Mi i ileiuliirf's l!"v pagi '
I'Imi-Ii sell. ml llrlirlll.
1 nates of the s.ihonl
The I'ini-li Sihoiil will uiniluee "Th
the witness chair to tell tils story h'.s i Jow ment of the Treasury PepartniiMit (lf (,,-c,Jmr-iH u ere .rainmed full of prods Am iw- Makei" b) Marv Austin mi Sal
wife crossed one knee over the other with some of the power conferred upon I . ,.,,.,i .,nil. .pit- -ho gave ""'O "'k'1' A,;I',J Theaiie The
into a comfortable posture while she lhl. Natln!), Keserve Association bv ,,!. fl ,hl. p.opert.v owners IZrlTs
listened to her husband's testimony. , he Aldrlch plan, provided that .-..ntrol ,,,, rf aJ pnrticularl hard on ll-r-' ,,nrh0!, Mouse, which is a work entlreh
Suddenly Ihe coiirt halted the tell- i of Its function should be n-ttlrr e- ,,. s;,,11rtn. a real estate Linker sunmii t.-.l le the :, I u ami limlerciud.
mouy ami sain- 'clusive'y pollllc-il nor evciustveiy nnan- . ,n,( nuctlmieer
l want to say to that oung lady clal. we listened in the falrv tales of the
In black that she Is disrespectful to ;.. sr lleniy gut much prominence as ; no)..,,M ltn ,. C-,.i, st adnilra ion.
court and s making a spectacle of her- th,. result of his refusal before the I'nJ wl,( i-nIi-f In his brief, "and we
lielf In a public place. It she w hes cue committee to reveal certain national j '.li.'d Ihat Munchausen crtuld reiuin
to be more explicit I will say to Ipt i banking connrctlonH of the tirrii of Will- i.i- ti.eni Sin eral limes during the
that her lower limbs ere Insufficiently j i;,i Salomon A- Co. ' r!n ,v ,hnglit he had leliirtied. bit
clad. She. Is making loo free an i- ! "The defect of our banking !im' ''.' ,i,,ei Inspection of lb- elmpieni
piMiire of them In a public place." ,e sjjrt, -nr.. fHr more serious than lheinl)(1 mpt,sSoned witne we .li-cuveicd
Mrs. Ducas then sat up straight in defect of our currencv sy-tem The llh she, man'
her chair, her clucks lluhed and her I dlftlculty. is twofold, one relating lo the, j,,. ,,,,,, ,,., ,.,,nl underlanil why (
eyes tilled with tears. , reserves and the other to rediscount." tl), j, m the ouit hmie sin-
tins ,iiuni; vi.ini.. n is in, ci.e.ii. iu ni proposal iticiuueii in" lepcai in .. ..la i,nip such vnluallon a .Ml
defendant." said her attorney.
the Aldrich-Vreeland am'tidmen. " ll' l Sherman Samuel Coldstlcker. Meiinnn
this court," iw Id Justice (Iavegan.
Several years agn Justice Goff estab
lished the rule that men in h! cour
room could not sit with their 'egs
crossed, and one of the men he rebuked
for it was Cornelius Vanderhlll. He-
cently a court officer told a wltnei to
' - it "ii li.nl been made Into each
( ,-e Up k,, thai Ihe ofllce 'Would
i . ,e,- ever day from ! A. M. until
I ' M 1 1 was necessary for names
a- l a.iuti St.- tn p.. given, in ciise relief
v.. ...ii.. . lull the chairman and her
ci i'i;ii. iefued lo give either.
I', i ii'"u-ma.si.r received the visitor"
c ii-.o,,k ,,, then the committee and
iiv in. .iheis nnd babies returned to
1 " 11.11 wheie Mrs, Cnlil made her
W Mayor Mclblde's name wan
rn i -.ni ihe sullen "Moo i!" call of
in -.in .f ihe I. W. W. cume from a
l' l:ilid 1 ps.
i Mu .i- Mcltrlde was sinceie." ex-
i 'W"l M.. l-iynn to the strikers,
" ni in a.d that I'alersoti was ready
i.mc of ii m own why didn't lie
'he I'it.v Mall to meet the
- wn.. vviinteil a straight answer
- fa i iiuestlon" Vel the Mayor
awm and when the niothers came
' 1 n i.i i go lo the poormaster.
W. ii mi w.. nlone hold the prosperity
of Creisun In the hollow of our hands."
1 Sumner lioy.l, secretary of the
r inni.ttee which has charge of placing
I'ateison chlldien in New York
'nil nes, explainer! that the mothers
w have no occasion lo worry, an the
dun will have the tune of their
epeit,.,l 1 1 1 a t KiO chlldien will
"me me trip. Mis llynn snld that
I'aii'iu.s hail signed for the excur
r nn at ," o'clneii. The youngsters look
itpin Ihe trip as a great lark nnd many
Ptheiic little appeals were made to M
Wullain Ii MaywoM, Carlo Tresca,
I don t care wno sne is. he tnag national banking art. proviilinc fur an',,., u,,ii,. m n M,.M,,neai and ihe
Ing nn Indecent exposure of herlf in emergencv currency, also the pi... n.,ri .,f the prnpert owner
hlbltlon of note Issue by national i IUI llin
hnnks granilng them the right to no- ..h(, ,,x, dlsagieed fieiiueiilly i
cept drafts or bill of exchange to the ) ,,. themselves, hut It was Mr Slu t
amount of one-half their capital and ' m;in u , evoked the Cm piinuimi Cum
surplus j sel's shnrpesi ciiticism.
The main proposal advanced by Mr. -f ,),,. contentions of Ilie other unin
Henrj iRlhaia dh Islon of the Treaitrv R(iJ (l , ,., .-- , wrole. "this tract
Department, probably that nf loan. nnd )(H1)lt ,. mnj,t valuable real property
currency, be given enlarged powers un- !n t,Uv (lf N.,,vv y,., f,- vti,,-,. nnd
der the stipirvtslon of an ndvi-ory ,,!,.,, im,ng purpnes. and lis (lev elop
board. I nn-nl has onlv n waited the toinpletlon
Me would give It power to Issue notes, nni, (,cupancy of the new Municipal
nccept deposits from national bank i ni,n,inB vvt!i iH counties llioiisands
only without Interest and to count a j (,a(,r (..'.Ustrlbuie their munlth'ent sala- '
the banks reserves; reitiscouni iidiph ,.,,, u,,: almost unlimited nuinher ot
I'lior'and bills for depositors, purchase htlts ,csiauranls, caf.H, cigar stoics, liaber-
In the open market, deal In gold, ror-, danhei s' shops, xc wnlch siin-b would
tlgn exchange and establish agencies In i tl(iv,, covered the court bouse site had ll '
foreign countries. It should also fix a I , ,en for Ibis prnicr ding, and Ihe
l ,...A1.... rut. tf .llu.f.lllll . ..... , ..f 11,.. li....-
1 iiiitiiiiin... nn hi,' ,.. ... ..,-....... , completion itno iih-i.uii.ii .-i ..."
r'e.llre street suown. n men " nn-
..v w.inld be K, to take c,(rn nit up straight before JuHtlce rage and
! nihnn tliA nmir Yn tl tit It hn tnll thn
ni ai ,h" usual way after an in- ' ".'V . . . . . .
i.ii.ii uiiivi, i.i ,,,,. ii,.. jt ,, i, .f n
and advised the witness to sit In any
position he found comfortable.
MUNICIPAL BATHS CRITICISED
The New York A-soclatlon for the
Improvement of the Condition of the
I'oor has finished an Investigation "f i throughout the I'nlter Stales
thn municipal baths which will be for-, .. ,....,. ia,llltles of the dh Islon I , will brine fnlrU on lo tills sit.
Tho I ....... ... .i. .,r :n ' . .. , ,, .,, ... ...i
warded tn the city authorities.
association grants that the bathH are
Inadequate for tho city, but points out
that although New York Is fnr behind
London, Mverpool and even Baltimore
In such bathing fa ell I Ilea the public
bath capacity Is much greater than has
been taken advantage of by the people.
The association advocates a campaign
to popularize thn baths and has under
taken sucn a work In the district east
of Third avenue between Twenty-eighth
and Fiftieth streets, which Is served by
the association's bath.
The association point nut that thn
daily bath capacity in Manhattan Is
61,96fi In summer, 57,834 In winter and
the dally average attendance Is !,8I3.
Thus llvo times as many person could
nee the public baths without taxing
Several recommendations tn the city
officials regarding thn baths are made.
The construction of many mall In
terior batha in the coiviester district Is
urged, particularly on the West Side. It
la urged that charge of the baths be
taken away from the bureau of public
buildings, and thai a new bureau of
Patn.-K (juinlan, Adolph l.es.slg nnd public hatha he established
M sh l.llzahelh (Surlev Ft I'nn u-erA nr
,!ignfd before Judge Abram Klenert
n the County Court this morning on
Indictments returned In connection with
their stride operations. All pleaded
Annther recommendation Is that in
all new bathhouse, laundries should be
provided, so that the women of the
neighborhood may have adequate room
and facilities (or washing their clothes.
should be covered to the extent of 50 n, ts Immediate ucinlt.v at least
per cent, by gold resfrves or certificates , 1.750,00(1 peeople of tin- lloroiigh of
except that when public necessity de- . Hrooklyn."
mands the reserve should he permitted
to fall to 33 1-3 p.r cent, of outstanding
Mr. i iiendorf added Hint since r.'ti.
onlv three new buildings had been built
covered by an eipial amount of gold re-J,, pint m the not'theiit corner of Cenlrr
serve, except In unusual cases, but In and I'earl streets which the city bought
no case greater than $1,200,000,000, , llt private sale for i3a,000,
liabilities, after which no additional i ,,,, (), coin t house site and only one re-1
notes can he Issued. j constructed. So much for the argument
The sum of $1.50,000,000 should be. thai the Municipal Hiilldlng would at-1
deemed sufficient lo cover outstanding I tract a great deal of new construction,
greenbacks. The sum of $900,000,000 i jr. Sherman, accotding to Mr, (Hen-
t.A IhA Itmll nf laa.lA nt linlpu mi ....?. ..t-lf.r tt t-nllln nf S.MKIIIlft on
p.il.llllf I,,.- ....... - ..' l.l.ttr. . .. - .
The decision of the commission Is ex
pected within ten nays.
Flfl)-l"o IIMorera In 1(11 Minutes,
I .rursu, (in., April :m. ifly-lun ver
dicts In divuiee case whlih were uncon
tested were tendered In Ihe slioil space
of 104 minute by Judge llrnrv C llain
llinnil in theSiiperinrCouil yeleidnv 'I'll is
s an nvera"e of one ev err I wo iiilnules
INTERBOROVGH'S EXTRA PLUM.
it IV r Cent. Hlvldend Is llylarrrt
Dal at Karnlim.
The Interbornuch Rapid Tramdt Com
pany declared an extra dividend of 2 per
cent, out of earning yesterday. This
represents a payment of $6.8,250 to the
tnterborouah-MetiopolltHn company which
owns practically $34,000,000 of the $3B,
000,000 of Intel borough stock.
Last year the Interboroujth Rapid Ttan
sit Compsny paid a R per rent, dividend.
Indications are that the earnings for
the year will he as high as 20 per rent.,
or between $3,onn.flflo and $3,500,ono be
yond regular dividend requirements.
President Hhnnts said eterday Ihat
the directors would act on extra dividends
as the lurplus accumulated.
Tne Man Who Put lbs
E EslnFEE T
book'for Thin Tide-Mtk rictnn
on me unci wncn miiiui ,
Th AniUentlo row.ler forTcridrr,
InvltXuk. Achintl't. Sold trr where, .Sc.
sample i-bki , Annrr.
ALLEN S. OLMSTtD, M Hoy, N. Y.
Make this year's vacation dif
fntntnVt. an entire change.
I'.lader National Park offers ynu nn
unending ffn'Mof Mmutaniiatiruxh
ellioiiioKs unlike am thing ele in the
wnild. Its tcrnle grandeur Is timply
lndriTllil)l. SiilT llting ftteitrt ortr
two hunilr'it and flflr iquliitl buutllul
mountain latira daihing watwallt wind
Ins roada and traila wheaa avcrrtnrn on-
fn.a wimw wand,,! hlora vou. Homa ef
tha Blaikfert Indiana ana of lha tnoit
of Reliable Make
These Pianos have been on rental in the
very best homes in New York for a few months
only and cannot be told from new; in fact, we
guarantee them just as if they were new.
Without reference to their j
nricrinal cost, we offer the P
entire number, as long as
they last, at only.
An Early Call h Advised
5 Down and $5 Monthly
These were used at our season's recital con
certs and cannot be distinguished from new.
Regardless of their original a
cost, they will be sold, as
long as they last, at only
TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE
Libtral Allowance tor Piano Taknn in Exchange
Knabe Bldg., 5th Ave., at 39th St.
piclurrMiio and in terming Worn wwa-
Glacier National Park
Tnnr hr Autn, Stage, Launch and
Horseback It tn)5 per day. Camp
In nr and walklne tuur with compe
tent r uidaa may bo arranged at low coat,
tlnasralltd ai-rommodatlona at laparb. n
IIM.OOo hol.l and chain of t'haltt Caapa,
rata I) par daj Asxrlcaa Plan.
Aeroplane Maps 17 D 17 17
And Booklets V ItEiEl
Writ today for novrl ana , Inttroattng
troplanotnapof thovntiro I'ark and com
pitta collation of trawl booklet 1 1 plain in
Tr dtull. If you dttire, an Intarrltir
win is ar
tit a who haa
Ne 1 nrk
Do you know how the other
half of the city lives?
Commissioner Newburger tells
Next Sunday's Sun