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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1913.k
ONE WILSON TERM IS
, VIEW OF BRYAN TALK
f'oliHdnns Stirrer. 1.v Scn'o
huffs iSpocoli on Tr
'TCDB71T BTLTi EXPECTED
ircmirl for Snyinjr Pooplo Will
Vnnm Next T'lT-si'l'Mitinl
VA?nir(iTn.v. Stay 14. Urr.it Interest
i manifested hero to-day In V. J.
"'!' rtntoniont In Itarrlshnrg yes-
r'r tlmt party nnttnnal conventions
..- h filng of i lin pnst ii ml thnt Prosl-
, ' atldlilatcs ill thn future will Ih
. it .1 nt primaries, .Mr. Itrvan
i hi 1' Is u rr. mi- for niiv nllleo
i - t , Rn hack mi the ilntfnrill on
' r-,. fttt .'VV, , nv,i
outs, taken teiRnther, stirred poll-
t in Washington.
, in died Unit It viia nt Mr
; .3 'l-teno tli.it a dcclerntlon
-,v w-ltl. 11 into thn ltaltltnnlo platrnnn
i rt'mif e-amildato Wlhon in t!i
j- tic pjn .if nno term In the Vhlti Ilniv
V Wt'suti blnmolf never has declared
) Tff .n 'ils plunk nvrept In thn most
tv w i Hut Hrynii'H speech In
n.irr'shurR InM night him boon Inter
T-rtcri horn ns evidence that ho believes
HAVE you A BANK
You And In our bank-
Ing representatives the
same desire and ability to
serve you that has made our
title department the most
successful of Its kind.
Our officers would appre
ciate the opportunity to talk
with you about plnclnfl your
account with us.
AND TRUST C?
cant! . . $ 5,000,000
I7H H 1. I'M. TA
ilTB BtaiMa SC. 100 Montagie SL,Bkttt,
NO COMPROMISE IN :
FIGHT, SAYS SOLZERi
Slnf Conventions Must (in and '
Trookt-d I'oH.ies Will
Hp Driven Out.
MISSBS And JUNIORS
OTKTTS PEOPLE'S I! EM'!
(Invprnor Outlines His hired
Primary Cniiiiiii$rn for
Announce for Today Only
A Most Unusual Sale of
Handsome White Gowns
Suitable for Bridge, Luncheon, Beach
and other semi-dress occasions.
-' . .... . .
Tariff Debate in Senate En-livenr-i,
liy la'ftec l'min l.nti
siiiir. Mid., Citizen.
ASSAILS T'XDEinVOOn HILL
m"rr pl.ufonn U binding on.Mr. Wilson
Thn iII?imisiii brought out thi slory '
ibv Mr Ilryan lilms-.-lf believed that ln
r ,n a blunder last j enr by not nppear-'
1' k ap a candidate In thn Presidential'
y Invades The friend nf lioth Itryan ,
nr. 1 Roosevelt nr strongly In favor of j
tie selection of Presidential candidates i
) tho primary system, anil It I pro- i
c 'fvi nrrn innt locisiation to ncrom
jlh ihU onil will lui urcod hy both of
Hnm 1'c'oro tho 1P1 cnmpnlRn bcRlnp.
8"vrral I'rrsliloutlal primary hills
J,sm l(?n liitroduopd In ('oiiki-ohs.
Th' is no'id rou.son i hollovo that
, tnov'iiro of t tits kind will ho lvon
crlous ronFldonitlon by tho l'omocratlo
J,oir of C'Hicro.'-.i In tho noysinn that
n'.tl bocln In I loriMiiliT. Moit of the
5-Mi"rs aro Itirllnod to tho opinion that I
"lMmrnt for tlv T'rosldontlal primary
i coimr. No roirular I'opiiblican l.'.i.s
jWriter Says Party Leaders Are
1'tlerly Incompetent to
VAm.vcrroy, May 14 Another sharp
rtob.no on tho tariff hill rnllvonod tho
.onato procoodlncj to-day. I: came up
outHldo of tho regular onlor of biinlno.
and wan tho tlr.t rxploltntlon of Domo
rratio party dUTrrpncox.
Srnntnr r.nn'd'MI of I.milslan.i yont to
tho clerk's dr.ik a lottor In tho naturo
of a memorial from I.otiH n. I'.owtpy of
I.aiislnp, .Mich., who vwis doscilliod by
Senator Itansdnll a "ono of tho mom
prominent Vi inocr.its In that State.
who wnrk.it uncraHlnKly for the noml-
Sr.'rmbirfd a prtiniiry bill In this smwIoii. nation nnd election of President Wll
'l ii Vie.tlde'itlal primary bills now ."on." Tho letter teemed with criticism
' !: luoviile tti.it the now
,'1 bri-omo rlfec.tho In l'.Mri.
' Senator timmliiN's bill any
r mt tiolled ." per cent, of th
' ..is! for ("resident and VIce-Trc.!-
"' tile last pp e. dlllL i ll i-l Ii i I
per.'itn under I ho Iil'oposi'd l.iw.
"ovldi'd that tho tttyt primary
i held !n all the States on the
. M uiday of .titlv, l;ii;, and umhi
-' lav evi ry four years time-
il'e creation of a
bnard to be com-
mi " r- t i be appointed
- to .uitlnim-
rtti M'!!' of their lll-
II nropnr. t" do away
ausna brqkaw here to-day
M i.i In
1 larepii. Pierce Hrok.iw. vhoe
"' v ar-nlil soli Hu-t.T w.i-i taken
' I ib.uii Irolll hoi tnoOiHi- h tioine
T Hrmn m.t ve.it hc l "'Ill nmvi
1' ' "lay f i i 1 1" i' . ( . i "i ,si Tr'. ' .Vf i-', r i i -
i i - I'liilii Air- TTi ' 'r T"ii't? 'i
1 i'. auesteil. nlb'Rini; th.it i hit
i a li-yuiR imti. .iti'l lefi it -i ' i. .
'i inss for this iitv .vl..'le e win. i'i jaii
i nautili; trial
Mr tlaiiRhtor will he hero with her
Id in the morninK " said Mrs M ('
nn.iu of lliuii l'llnipton avenue, Tho
Mr in. lt niRlit. " And If tier hu-band
' illows her hero to this hou-e I shall liave
tutn arrosttvl. It Imr no ilpht to haiiR
nound inv hotiso "
Mr- Hnaman ailmiiled that her diURh
tei went to Colorniio Sprincs several
lnorithfi ago foi tho purpose of regalnitii;
"h has boon llvlne with hor mother-Sti-Uw
in a bungalow in ono of the pooler
actions of Colorado SprinRn." Kiid Mr,
f-i-.iumn ".She 1ms not been reconciled
Uli that -nan. Sho went out tnoro to
)r cliild and now she is brinejin k
Mr Hrokaw who was formerly a banker
' " v and wlio is very ilistantly re
I.ii.kI i., a wealtliv family of tho niiiio
kidii.ippt Cl.irenco, Jr . on May
(ystetn I of the Demo-rats, dcclarltu,-. mnonc
niifr iiiiiiks. that they were Incompe
tent, to deal with the tin Iff.
"Tin- iv-mocrats In ronRres are hell
l ent on leduclriR the cost of tlvlnir. even
.'f they liavp to reduce the Manila! ds of
Thli wa one of the striutm; pasKises
in .Mr. ltowlcy's letter, wiilch jiinlnly
ilisaustod thr. Democratic Senators and
.loejivd to iifford amusement to the
Tho olork had not read ory far In the
communication liefmo Senator Hood of
.WKsourl ro ami Inquired how many
Zxrs-'! '-"is .'.Ivcxc AUS.'.l..ot
' N'meti n." rrpli.nl i lie clerk. "Thev
rt'Teini (!'' frrf.-ii-."-Senator
SlmnioiiH rose and prewired
'" '.'Vi'"..'. ".' 'llH Un,h' r ro.-irilnir. where
u i 'i ii " i m'f i 'r7i,Yisife if "i .".'i i fk:fu iTTy" "(-r-ro.1
tn r. .id it hims. lf Inasmuch ns
In I -i ..ff, ,. rlc.it i!'. .i , unmr
i.ie rnl i-h.i!rman S iiinuins vltlnlr-w
his i.lu. it! hi unit the rrriUne vroercdiil
Tho ..ti,r was full of .irp thrunta
at the -iimoor.iin; tariff tinker.".
Seiintnr J imo of Kentucky !nok"d
iniixptei-sibh dUcuxtMl. S.imitiir Slm
tnonr wo- sullmi. Pinally Smiator
Urrrt nt Miro-ut.ri ri i .'.iU-om- .-..-.d r.'i.'V '
?rrv. fnm r ,-rr'-"r-.i?.':tr- T"ir.:r
'JallniRer promptly moved that tho
Senate permit !he ro.iib.'ix to pirco-d
ti.iiler the rule., and the mntb.n pre
vailed. "It wa. saRoly rcmaiked by Artenius
Ward that the troublo with Napoleon
was tlmt 'ho tiled to do tun mucli
and did it.' There Is reason to believe
that tho Democrats In t'otiRiess are
attemptliiR a similarly impossible fo.it
and that they will succeed, with con
seiiuences that will bo disastrous to tho
The writer declared that tho pro
ponents of the House tariff Mil
"haven't thn faintest slimmer of ap
preciation of tho miiBnitude of their
task or of the fateful consequences
thnt aro likely to flow from It. The
Democrat lo party should take heed lost
In accomplishing its work It accom
plishes Its ruin."
Tho MIchlRiin Democrat ndvVod his
party "it Is better to ro slowly than
ro wrona." and stiRRested that some
of the members of that party when they
co Into n C'oiiRresslonal cnticus "leave
"till her mother in th I'limntou
'tin. hou-e. and tool; tho child awav
was dressing. Jin
lu mother's homo in Colorado
"limes will, the boy anil snid that he
in'Mi,,.,i i itmtituto (livoico proceedings
'iiti.i r- Uroi.mv also Tit-nt to Colo
Mdo ,nn u w,m whiimimkI that the two
ie,.r''' ""'l,'l A f''w l"yo ko sho
"i iir iwoKaw arresieii on a charga ol
-iai mid imiiuiliatelv starfinl for
ii.t i- mil, tho (iiild 'After tho fliR'it
'"i-.iii miown lli'iikaw was releasiHl,
'"' I' nut was then ueosi.
" i" ileniisl ihi- ih.uc "f assault
"'u u v wir"
hf, a woman raises her arm to throw
move r.,.r ,1,1,, ,u uw riKl,t to
? "" failed to see his wife, who was i their private JudRments and consciences
where the 'Mussulman leaves his Bhoes'
- outside the door."
All of this caused tho faco of Sen
ator (iallliiRer to lie wroathed In smiles,
while Senator lyoiU'o could not restrain
his mirth. Tho writer showed rare
literary ability, and Senator H.insdell
said It wan by f.ir the ablest of the
many protests that had como to him
from Democratic sources. Tho writer
took a shot at Mr. liryan and ft-eo
silver. Ho Intimated that the 1'roM
Ml was followlnR the advice of some
of tho men who had talked loudet for
freo silver when that was proposed as
tho paramount !psiio, and added-
"To.il.iy tin-so ramo Infallible Dmi
cr.iUi' iii'.irfr'. 'mrvfJjM'w..!', ";T. ,Mr.
snrltiR tif thnt their fren list proRmmmo
to lower the price of tho farm product-i
Is an equally Indispensable and honed
oi'iu pro bono pu,hljiv stunt nnd that
all (Iiq.so who don't acclaim It as mich
will bo put out of tho pale of thn new
uu'.'ualPl li"ii.vi.Mni:y Kree sliver to
ho I put up tho farmers' prices,' 'freV'trad'i
nmrrtrif if u tin rant mi
as Impeccably vln DemcTallc policies,
"In view of the awful Ree-hawlnif to
which It has been subjected, is It any
wonder th,r tho pour old noniocratlo
donkey has a calamitous record lunRor
than its proverbial oars""
..Ttitt .t'lei'lt wa.s cfuniiellcd to suspend
' neadltiR nt this point to permit a Rroup
X1TCHEL GETS PEER PLEDGE.
'""'"f." linrrlmm Vromlnr. to n
r,T the I'ermlt.
"""i t.iv, May H. riirth'r :
, . r.., f ,r th oxtenilnn of
v i.-ne hut Jt .New vor t c lt i.:.. ,i
Ii So.'tetjrv of V
i.n liy .loliii 1'iiiioy Mlteliel.
nf the Ho ml of Alilerin.-. i Iocl;
' r Smith of llm cit iiul 1', A
nf -hi t ii t.-i-ii.t I lomi 1 Mercantile
' 'l f -4 111
I i Mil- See-tj;- of W-r
u ev'...in. U .1.. hails befor' b-
dll..iiir or lite '.,rt that t lie New
pnilllotu In. nil I full 4V I
lie S.illl tll.lt l .-iiu.ilin; riuiit
llltl Of till' cil IN.IIllit jl.
' riivi; llii.il aiijiiin.il in tiic plans
ow uler at F.irtv-lstu Mn-et nj
" Tui'iTe" I'oi'fi-T.-MCT.Tfi'rr.'tTir"'
ii-tion, I,., -aid. w. mid ailsty tnc
"in lnlil ilnHii li Hi.- ',ir Drparl.
iM-ossarj for the renewal of tli
a June Mil. the d ue on vhlci It la
iry fbiljlinii s;i!,1 hr. riMiilil lit
iti, n... t , ).. . ,,n ,,,,,1, :1, w
'I '1 or tin. action of the Sinking Fund
" ' .11. lie w,'l K,,tl the iniftval
ml of linen wars, lull nill add .1
the effect that the permit (dull
revo. ,bf. ,v the Secretary of War on
t Hie city of New Vork does not
lie wot u of ciiastriiclln.' new
iwiy will in vimI faith,
of staiidp.ianv. on th. liopublican sld
to vent their hllarlly.
As soon ns tho readliiR had benn con
cluded f'halrman Simmons commented
Hiidi communications In the Senate. He
Th feltowlnir utatrmrnt by na Sillier .
i trlalnltiB why hi fvor k rniltilns Ptl
i'oiientloni was written by th (loifrnur t
tin rtiquujt nf The Prf (
tin GOV. WlhhlA M M l,.i;it.
I'.very day I ee nccumnlatltm evi- ,
denee of tho truth, which I hinted In my i
lecctit direct primary messaRe to thei
.InulMai'irp.. OjnJ U"',o V;ho would eule I
vert the powers of ro ertitnetii to pci'- '
r-on.il iiilvaiitaRo and to ppccl.il prlvl
b'R.t tlnd their uieatest opprirtutlltles
to entry on tills nef.nious wotk tlir niRli
the slullul iniiiiipiil.ttiiiii of I'uliti' ,i
Tolltlcal coiivotittons must ro. DIs- I
Rracelul M'crei alliance l.etuoeii fpccl.il .
lirlrtlcKo and crool.od polltlrs 'must !
cense. That Is all there Is to it.
The Jiower of s'Cl.il Interests i 1
ri eater in Vw York than In any other
State. Iiecau?i In New Yolk is cuutred I
the Rront tliianelal mleiexts of the n.i-.
t Itiii. Most of then- InteicMs are "ounil.
lcRltlmate and honest, but i-omo of tlieo
Interests aro IllcRltlmate nnd It is tho
last mentioned winch ni tlRhtitiR the
salutary refonns which I am iidvocnt
InR lefottns which will faithfully
catry out the letter and the spirit of
the political platfotm.s of every patty
In this State.
Tho spirit of true democracy Is
summed up In the sloRim "Let th peo
ple rule." They cannot rule until they
obtain a succossful method of nomlnal
itiR the candidates of political parties.
New York State lij one of the last
States In the t'tiion to capl'ulate to tho
present day demand for popular Mile
in the nomination of candidate: for all
public ofllces. It Is bound to come in
The power of i-prclal privilege In
trenched heio Is nuikliiK Its Ia.t stand,
but will bo overthrown and overthrown
-p lily by a llRliti'ims public senti
ment. Kvcrv day 1 am hearltiR from Senators
and Assemblyman w ho voted aRiiinsI our
direct primary bill, and who now as
sure me (hoy will Rive It their support
at the comliiR 'speiMal sdsion of the
I.eRlslatute becaiisi thev have luiriinl
Mac they returned home that by . "t -Iiir
nR.ilnst the direct primaries thev
inlstepresi'titrd tb sentiment of their
Vrom others I hear they will support
the bill If It be amended fo that the
State conventions may be continued.
Thn play of "Hamlet" with Ho infer left
out .fonld bo not ir.or" nt wi abortion
than direct primaries with tho Main
!-.t.J...Tila.tai;d. . . ,
To have direct prininrles and to have
State conventions fe fiTirfl.,",5.'. ' !?!
prt-uar'.e'i bavn Inien ili'vli.ed to permit
tjjo neopln to Hum'' ito tbelr olllcet's
direct v w'l'th'ouV Yfn- VtVu'lKV T'.T.-v-ololei'nte
and n. of oniirse, vou can
no' I nve State J-orlvi nti'MiH witiiout i!i'-.
Rates, It follow n that Stale .otivnitl ui"
tiKii.t Rn and b in-s' il'iei ' piliiiailes
must come. There Is no mlilrilo Rrouml.
There can bo no eonipmmlsn. Thosn
who w.il.t to htr.iddb " i'K.ilnt ns.
You cannot stiaiiiile a nu.. 'pie.
The wlib spread demand for I'lroct prt
jnar.es oil--Tti.1?;".ffiV.,.Tri' t'r.'.. v.'.- 'vin-
(Ml"U- la. ure ... vlTTr ' .
faltofull.v reflect ton sentiment of th
void" Ar.i!.". an.! .iR-ibi aii.llil.ite
i,.r. .u' suorv .to. rt In (.- cmi-. ii
timis have been set aside and tin- bo.ncv
have broiiRht fotwanl at the int mo
ment a dark hers-, candidate and se
cured h 4 ni'inln.itinn throiiRh skilful
There aie only two kinds of primaries
direct nnd indirect. The latter con
.stltutes the leactlonnry delegate sys
torn, thn former conntltutes the present
(irosrcsslvo .system There are not two
ways about It. ' he principle admits
of no compromlf. I am for the direct
Thn Democratic party In the State of
New York In It Inst State convention
declared In emphatic terms for direct
primaries, and Slatewlde at that.
I believe It Is my duty ns the Gov
ernor elected on that platform to do
everything In my power to carry out
this solemn pledRe. Ilvery Democrat In
the State elected on 'that platform
should uphold my effort" to redeem the
pledge and keep faith with the voters.
So far as I am concerned there will
be no step backward. 1 nm In the flRht
to stay nnd to the end. Hence I utro
every honest Democrat In tho State
who believe In fair play, who wants lo
keep Rood fallli and who favors re.
deeintiiR solemn parly pieim!"os to aid
me In the slriiRRle.
We will win In the end. The leadlns
newspapers of the State, seven-tenths
nf the voters of the State, roRardlcss of)
party affiliations, nnd the overwhelming I
sentiment of tho people are behind thn
cause for direct primaries nnd are with I
me In the flRht for the lelslntlon.
McCURDY MUST PAY $50,000. j
v",0T. HfJtiVT cle Judgment (
fJot liy Ilr. Trnrpjr.
Samuel Mcfunly. niainiKer and chief
owner of an ndveitiHni; (miccm at Hfli
Itroadwny, nskid Ktipinme Court ,Tut!cn
J.nhiuaii yestriday (o vac it '( jeiur m.-n r
of Jfiti.Ofiii obtain')! nfi.'.Inht him l)r 1
(Jeorite V. Trncey of S3 West K'llh i
.,-jrft t-il).i.ViW ii-IUJi,
f-'d -T'ehonl. f'U nl'enntlnij the nfrei Hi n- of
Mm! fliace I!. Trncey, who iias lir-n em- j
ployed as housekeeper at McCiinlv's ts- I
Idetien III Newark for several month".
Tlie veidlit iiRiilnst McCiinly was Riven I
by a Slii rlll's Jury because he f.illeil in ,... j
fend tlm tutt .Mc'.'iirily Milil vhen Hi"
l aiieis were seived on lilm lie called on :
Dr Trareys lawyer, .lames )' Svumlil.. (
Utt. wiHutJ.Ji ll'i h'' shoiiM dn about it be.
'65 to '145
'45 & '75
Charming models in white chiffon, charmeusc. Canton
crepe, silk bedford cord and fine white serge.
3tiftl! Attf m. 4Btlt & 4rtlj tmta
DR. STURM CALLS
Mr. I'rieilmatin' Manasrer
KISXKII V HOT misjtim:
'eli it tn i'op'y that of Kmp.rifr Will
lain again and ngnln."
Tho copy of the Mntetnent refotred to
out by Mr. Klsnol Tcstunliiv
ilMlmtir.ii'n apartment the
. fain id oilier in IIISlTClllt Dr.
Miiruis recent annoiincenient that he
had ilni hVleomani' culturu and fu-ciis.
HllR I elf Mistier refuned to tell under what
i,i. . . , ('itciiiiDtiinces tin, statement had b-ii
IMiotonfitplm of Sliirin riv.-u.
Tl... I,.,.,.ll .
.... .....i. ,ii inn oi mo pnotoRrapliH
I of the .illeiied stnteiiient wan followed
Ibv a spirited wraiiRl,. between nr
i iii-iunanii ami ni.i manaKer. Mr. Ills
nor. Ii was all hut the question of nr..
tleiitinent for the poor at the Friedman!)
lustliut. about to bu. and Ravi- htieiiRth
"' 11 1'"it that the two aru not on
.Mr. Illsner wn asked about fren trcAl
metlt for the p,ir In cas tho Charity
rirRinilziitlou Society should refus., to
tecotnnienil tiatlonts to tlm institute,
which recommendation aciwidiiiK lo tho
Institute plan vvim tn be necessary. Mr
lllsner said treattuent would be in tlm
h.uulis of lour or live doctors who were
to have ,.tf Ices In tho Institute at .i7s
West Mud avenue, and that he would
havo no control over the.ni. They would
Rlvo a verbal jii mills to treat the poor
free, thiMiK.li, ho mid, on one iUy a
"""i ivy were nonoraUlo men.
Morltz lllsner. thn owner of the
b'rleitmanri treatment In this country,
Rave to the newspaper m(,,, yesterday
lihotofiiaplis of a statement be.irlnir. he
says, the slmiature of Dr. Maurioi .
Sturm tu the erred that the latter did
trnt know the Knedmaiin M-orcis.
Dr. Stilt m i-.iw th" photomaph In the
pte.si.nce of bis lawyer. Jacob 1. Wiener
of "HI Hro.ulway, and .v.ild it was a
foiRory. Iloth men .s.dd that they
would at once beRm action aR.ilnst th"
man or men who wei" i.-spoiihibl,. for
I tlie statement. Mr. Wiener said:
"This is thn boldest piece of foiRcry
I ever niw. 1 tdiali try to IiiItir to
lusilce ivhiNnvr is re-poiisiblo for it.
1 havo known Dr. Stunn for twelve
yea is mid have been his lawyer. I
Know pi-rroctiv bis vviitltm and
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this loo.s). a.s.miranco if free treatment I The Public Service Commission served
f n tin pour. Ho broko In on Mr. His- i an order mi th ,lav Street Conni-ctuiR
in r's talk and paid thnt In splto of Mr. . Itailroad ye-terday dir ctiuc it to cutu-
L.Mler he W)illd see that tho Iloor hml I i.tnl.. If- I Ir... I,, l!,.v.l,l.,. ,.,wl l,. ...nr,.u..
their ch.itiie When Mr.
tnrl notliinR to do with it," Dr. rr0,.
m.jnn rushed into his riHini and came.
at wltu the i ontract lietweeu them.
Rriveinors nt tli. siti.a.
"Ill l KxetlllUEe Mfter uettlnir u r.1111.,., i,. ,.i..
positive that that Is not his stRii.iture. 'he ii.nm of f,s; of tho members asking
, niai in" eenaniro s lonli nut
If Mr. lllsner has Riven out this photo
Rrnph of the idlcRed statement t shall
takn tho matter to the MiiRlstratii'fi
i 'tout try yet. u rummo.nii for
riW rTT,Tli'iyr,f :-TKTc;:trKt rnt:. -ir-
msv UVo. ,y. JorKis.v ...if t.o, tWJlMl.'legroo.
the piinlshmoiit for which Is from live
to ten years In prison.
i'i. r-turm hniisrii was aimry wiieii
tl.ie pletiiix )if Mi,, statement was shown
to h!m. II" ihtiliil l(.;.t he VU ever
written nnv suili tbltiR and Nild he
e mid i i ' rc'iieuilier .my ,h -as'iMi w' !
could possiMv had led to such a wilt
InR. Tim diicumi'iit ih as followii. with
dpillh.R and w. rd emh'slo' ierroili'C"il
I "II.IVlllR o-il.l m.td 111" ...tetllenf
I that I linn Kn .wI.ru of the fmiiiul.,
I (or tlie ir'i'.it.i!,ou ,.f r. IV! i ' I'r.v.
frei w:ll reinjiliato that statement a
ii .ill ri s ;,(.(! s unwarranted, and I fo y
.t,vl ve.ltin'Tii'lv :,;ii ! have no know
)! of the method of preparing Kild
"aco'ne or of th" InRicdlonts composuiR
thn yani" Mvciiicr A. STfliM
"April :'7. I!)!3."
Dr. Sturm said he always slRnod "M.
D." after his name and showed some
check vouchers Then, were differences
In the two ulRiiatures. Dr. Sturm also
said that on May 1 ho had been told
by Dr. A. (' II Krledmnnn that "tho
IJ'.sners were cooklnR up nomethlnR"
iiRalnst him in order to discredit lilrii
and thnt Dr. A f If. I'rlislmnnn nsked
him If he tiad over idgnod any paper
repudiating his claim to havo thn Tried
tnann culture and vaccine. Ho con
tinued: "I told A. II C. that I never had 1
signed such a paper nnd I never did. '
And another thhiR Is funny. You will
sen that that pa pel Is dated April ST.
On thnt day the runt! not lietweeu Mis
tier nnd r. r. I'rledmnnn wan signed
and I was with ihem a great deal on
the best of terms. On tho following day 1
I was present when the announcement
of the sale vv.is made, nuil on thn two
following days nt Dr. Frledmnnn's re
quest accompanied him to demon
luratlons at .Mt. Slnnl and Seton Hos-
pllnls, They would not havo had nm
around If I had confessed to a ll,
"Dr. Krledmanii himself has thn
knack of Imitating signatures. I havo
business Mav lit
'I hursilav, Maj
I.lsner raid ho , its ntiro franchise
i 'I he order was adopted by the com-
mission upon tho opinion of Commissioner
(Jeorpe V S. Williams, who held heating
i-...hu. I on thn complaint of the K W ItlihsiVim
i.vi rninf, i.., .i.ii. .. i.. .i... .i... 1 1 ... . . i
I n. lij . niili.il IHIIK' 1) .11.11 111" 1.IIIIO.II1
company nan tailed to Munich service
to th" Hlis plant, in defiance of thn
conditions under which it pot itsfranchUo.
Tho connertinK lallroad was orsunizod
by Arliuckl" Broa. to lend the Jay street
decreed a holiday from
to Monday, .luno 1".
terminal, which is opeiated by a ei.part
nerhlp having the same patine: as
Arbtickle Ilro 'I h t"ilnin.il Is mi th"
liver front between the shop of the
Miss company and its foundry The
fnineliis,. says tho ro.al nnifl h.ivo three
blanche-, one terminating a' tho plan!
of the llli,.-. i iiinp.inv. the other runninc
to the lelinerv of tbuckle llios. a tid
ii... ,1,1.. i ... ,1,., m s r. i, ,.
' It was cliHri'.ed that tho latlroad com
pany built the track to thn mam plant
ef tho Hliss company and to it foundry
on thn bust day permitted by tho Iran-elii-)).
anil then only on the insistence
of ih" latter company. II wan furthel
charRisI that Hi" lines were uelo. be
cause when finished one must pa thtough
tho wnll of a concrete building erected
by Arliiickl" Hro. and the other throuch
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