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UFFRACE TO MAKE
APPEAL TO WILSON
Will T)riiuiml Tlint Ho Heroin
ihpihI Vntos for Woiiihi In
His N.t M!ssnjj(!.
KEMOrHATS OET WARNING
llrpiespnliiflvps St ii n nod ly Hot !
Words nt llmring Antis
W.mhiinc.ton, T)ec. 3. The Nntlonnl
mi'rlcaii Woman SuffruRc convention ile-ti-rrnltird
to-day to acrid u committee to nee
IWldrnt Wilson untl urso upon him tho
ilcflrnlilllty of iniitdnir nt leant one of IiIh
promised Inter ttioKSiiKOH to t'oiiRrrwH deal
t Mi tlw iiUi'Mloti of nationwide woman
ThIh was an aftermath of an txclthiK
(..no In tlir i (invention halt laxt night
uli. ii a (evolution of i rltlclMii Mini" of
i if inoii' anient Mitir.ipltdti would like to
i e It railed n resolution of eeiiMiire--.aH
I b-i amid Mfiiex of clilliiislaMin.
Tin' resolution, Introilni'eil by Mm.
l dill AUiVrmlck, like Its reciiiior of
.pi niKlit, reeriMil a iiiihiiIiiiouh Mile. In
iirtni'iitliiK her resolution .Mr.-. .Mcl'oririiek I
- 'I I
Since tlir I'liiddeiil omitted all men-
I. HI UUtll.lll MIICn.K.. Ill hlM lllfM-HKf Of
,lerdii ami Hiiiee he Ii.ih annoiineed that
. will i-eml several other niewineH to
i iiin.TeM otiillmm; tl ua-mnw which ,
'n Administration will tniiiport, I movu
i' nt thl.s eonventlon wait upon tho I'rrid.
lent in older to lay heforo him tho Im-
I orl.iiien of the Mill'raKe question ami iiiko
him to malic It an Administration inranure. I
v serin imnn niaieiy lo (.onsrreiiH tin
iiminendatlon that It tnoceed with this '
TTtJ'JZlnJ'Z .li, '?1"w."VT
Hint a committee of two bo appointed to '
make tho arrangement with the Prcsl. I
.tnt M '
nr. nn n. eimw, rnnirman ot me
mnventlon, .ippolnteil Mrs. McCormlck
iiKiirman or mo comtmiiee or two and
Mrs Denim Hreckenrhlgo of Kentucky thu
Unnt to tin to While House To-dn.
Mrs Mct'ounicK and her inlleague
wore particularly aiiMous that tliey nhould
be letelved at the White House lo-iorrow,
nt no ilettiiltc arrangfincnt could bu
The convention invaded the .session of
Mie House Committee on Utiles this morn
vFimiii i n-u im iiuira un- mill II-
ns. 'I he sutTr.iBlst speakers included Dr. mkiwh no Hag, no country 1 .' ' .'
Mum II Shaw. .Miss Jano Addains, Kepiv- nml no law, Robert I'hllch. orio of tho Jtm Htft" Prlmarv- programme re
sentatlve Itaker of Ciillforuln. Vm. Ida H. southern Colorado learteis of the t'nited 'ln the State wnyenUon. It "-niilln the
Harper of Nov York. Mrs. Helen II. Card. -Mine Workers of America, was declared to I " of thw MHssaehusetts ballot, noinlna
i. r of Washington. Mrs. Desha Hreckni- be a dangerous and undesirable alien by ,lon by petition by enrolled party triem-
nlge of Kentucky, Mm. Carrie Chapman the military commute., late last night. I 1""rs ri,"iv' the party emblem from
att of New York and Mrs M.uy Heard fhllch Is president of local union J3TI, "'f primary ballot. It start with a prl
nt Vim v..et.- I hour. i member tm, I i.,,..ru t i.i.... i i,... I man- on the first Tuesday III September,
The mffiagistn sought tho creation of 1
new committee) to be known as the
lloute Committee on Woman Suffragi . t
.MIm Addunii said that reform In elec-
hi incthiida and changes In laws govern-,
.lertlons were considered and pat-sed
Congress, after extensive dlscus'ion
1 careful thought, but thai the House
particular IihiI found no lime even to
-ider woman suffrage.
Mrs. Brcckenrldgo pointed out that ron
il .ions of living In -Mates In the South
CI a inferior to those In States where
.'lien had either had the ballot or where
ii at-sumptlon of the franchlM- by women
She did not spare hr own Stale, Ken-
ky. Tho four Southern members looked
lr. Ilcnrit U'arnt Democrats.
.Mrs Mat Heard of .New York u .line I
r in unit a of the veakne.i of Cm
i ' position III the great n w States
i i tin West the suffrage States, as tho
: gates love to call tiicm.
W i,it will the women do to tliCM" slen-
, ajurltlcs when the fact becomes
iva i that the Democratic part hi
iwer denied ua even a place to plead our
rjiise"" ilemaniled Mrs. Beard.
U.. .1. ........ ... tnt-.rl , M fa IlA.ira In
.....nl.tinient iil .1... rteon lil'le.-. s ii Mr! !
Mr. Kelly, the Progressive, laujhed
1 ic antl-.iuffra.!sts will have their
Hrlng before the committee to-morrow
i iiiiu' Mrs Catherine W. McCirlloiuh
'f Chicago and Miss Alice-'. Black. ell of
'."w York will appear.
tV77S GO TO WASHINGTON.
Mirer Carlnnila On to sttend tlnnse
Three carloads -'f ;J"r ,a" LZ
Jsrsev nut -surfraglsts. each wearing .in
a ' ,
Washington express on the 1'eiiiisylvanla
the Houso Utile Committee.
"We shall tell them that a constitutional
Amendment granting the suffrage would
h- urwi)nst1tutlonal. 1 haven't time to
'.vpi.iin wny. xou win nave ro rean roe
Constitution." said Mrs. John C. Church,
treasurer of the New Yotk State Aso.
"I'resldent Wilson was very w1m not
10 Include suffrage in his tncssage," said
Ml Marjorlo Dnrman. "If he hud mixed
' U'elf up In this dlseusslon his life would
'if a burden to him "
ming the New Yorkers In tho part v
w. ih Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge prvsldeut of
"ie National Association Opposed to 1
W '.11111 SulTragn, Miss Alice Hill Chittcn-1
Ie.. presidfit of the New York State
Are-lattnn; Mis i;ii Whltnev, Mr. John
. Hiurcli, .Mrs. Ueorgo Dhin'liw. Mr. and
vir IJverett P Wheeler. Mrs. Josetih I
Hewlett Wlllets. Mrs. Harrett Wendell,
Mrs. Knight Neftel, Mrs. M. K. Ixomls,
Mi-fl Mary S. Ames. Mm. .1. A. MacDon
aW, Mrs. D. ):. Ford. Miss Klvira Slstare,
M s Van Hoowenberg, Miss Toma Iwis,
Mr - Mary Wheelwright, ..Mrs. W. II.
'liner, Mis, Charhw Meyer, Mr.i. Alice
I. Sayre, .Miss Dn Forest. Mrs. K. 11.
I.anliam Mrs lMirir S Slnmiwiiv Mrs I
lb. all' AHiH; 1
' 1 'h Abell, president of the Wago
1 ii iers Antl-SuffragH Leaguo: Miss Char
'f Howe, Miss Abies, Miss Clara Marke-
Miss i:ila l.aue. AIli-s Holt. Mr. and
M - Ttosslter Johnson, Mrs. John Jerome
if y and .rohn C Ten IJyck,
Mi- Ten Ilyck ami Mr. Wheeilnr will
1" among the speakers against the amend
i" Tho nntls nil! have their head
luarterR at tho Bhorcham.
TO TELL OF ILLINOIS VICTORY.
l eaders nf Suffrage Flslit Will Talk
In the Nt. Ileals.
The slory of the suffrngn victory In
li'mnls will bu told next Monday after
loon by tli women who curried tho Legls
ilnr.) at a nus'tlng In the ballroom of the
Mot St, Regis under tho nusplces of the
'iinfin'M I'olltlcal Union. The speakers
"'I be Mrs. (iraco Wilbur Trout, presl
"'I of il, e Illinois I'Jqnal fsuffrago Asso
iii'uii Mrs. Joseph T. Mowen, legislative
' I' i man of the league, who has been
"J' 'illoncd for Chief of I'olloe; Mia. Medlll
''"'nriiilek, daughter of the lata Senator
i nn, and Mrs. Sherman Booth,
m. Holland Left Only fD.nOO.
p M Holland, the veteran aijtor, who
Will flflv. eight eai of his Ufa on tht
Kc and died on November 24 In Cleve.
'4. left an estate uf nnlv 13, nnn
b lo the petition for tho probate, of hla
1 nird vestenhiy, The will waa mucin
WO and gives his enllio estate to hla
:'f. Mrs. Mary 15. Holland of CI West
THE U1GGEST LATERE
"DElt capita we are the big-
gcst eaters, the biggest
squanderers and the smallest
savers of money In the whole
Civilized world." This Is
quoted from a letter we saw
the other day.
Don't yon want to eat a
little less, squander a little
less and save enough (only
910 a month) to Invest In
one of our Guaranteed First
Mortgage Certificates 7
Then you will have made
the first step toward the
'financial Independence that
makes a man respected. We
shall be glad to give you full
details if you call at any of
fice or write us for our pam
phlet "The Safe Way to Save."
and trust cp
Capital .... 55,000,000
Surplus (ucwncd) 1 1,000.000
" "'" i a Kcmtu at., onijm.
aao ruiton si.. Jimiici.
COLORADO LABOR CALLS
BIG STRIKE CONVENTION
,.v 'I'jp ! Wl,..!., , ... t i,t
Ma ' 'I' ' Mil IP to AM
l!m.i. ri.i I I
-'I I lit I ? L I I'll' II IS
(, , . .
PKNVKn. Dec. S. A convention to l
held In Denver on Tuc.d.iv, Pin-ember lti
at 1U A. M to decide whether Hlutetrlrie i
"k'' "L ,Mml,'lh' " xtrikirn;
in ncrrf shall bo ordered, was oa led this
niornlnir l,v iiviri,.nr jAhn i iLt 7, .
land .Sccrctarv W. T. Illelcv nt th i.i,.
.l u.. .. n i n.t m ....
rano Mnto f ederation of Labor,
1'rcHldent .Samuel (Joinpen
otnners of the
American Federation of Labor, John
Mitchell and I'.ugene V. Debs have been
Invited to attend.
Secretar lllckey -aid to-day that more
than Jim local unions' would he repre
sented by at least f.on delegates. The
oltlclnl call cli:.ri-es ih.. i -i..iixie I.. .a..-. 1
are being seized and urn uteri ml h..t,'l .
without trials.'' and also that the State
militia Is being used to bring In negroes,
Mexicans and Japams-e a.s strike bieukers.
Tll V Ml .1. !.,! tin.. . II...... ...... W ,
- - ... ikvuu.'u . -
of the same union, vice-president of the
oloiado State Federation of Labor and
e.ecutlvn committee member of the
Socialist party of Colorado, Ile has been,
under Investigation and examination by
the military committee for threo davn.
A statement Kstif d by the military com
mittee advises that L'hllch he lndeilnltely
detained. Ho la In Jail under military
I POLICE WIN IN INDIANAPOLIS.
One More Denlht One lllnli
I Ten nil ii k la Itranmed.
I iNPt.VN'Apot.rs, Dec. 3. So complete was
the control of the pollen over the strike
i-itUKtlon to-day that many employers sue
I reeded In fendiiiK wagons over the city III
i-lurse of iiuri.iint.jii men aiM though .lis-.
tiirban -es oeeurieil they took place at I
mole (mints nml the rioters scattered is
foie the police armed,
i .111. Ma?. in, who was shut yesterday by
men In charge of an ice wHgon, ill) il at
the city hospital to-day, making the second
death dim to the strike. The live men who
d.d tln shooting have been released, the
pollen believing they were Justllled, as
ithey were being attacked with stones and
l..p.. I ,. .Inttl-... ,t .-)I,IC Itllll-V
The wnrM Hot "of the ,l.r oeenrreri '
around a coal wagon manned by IH"
strike breakers, nil armed aiiJ having
police powers. The strikers attempted to
take the driver from the wagon, tlirowinc
stou.s at the guard, who opemd lire on
the crowd, and Kugcue Rutlcdge, IS jearn
ld, was shot In the leg. No less than
twenty shots were Hied at tho guard, hut
they escaped Injury. , I
Word received to-rt'ty from Denver that
SeerMnry of Labor Wilson would send
sum" one here to Investigate the stilke
caused much adveise comment In business
circles. Secretary 1'W'ls of the Wiamber
the labor bureau here In the street car
Mrki, ,,,.,.,, , ,lrtkpnl, ,ltul hr
did not believe the riovenimnt fhould
,akr , , lf. prc,rnt controversy.
HAS FULL FREIGHT CAR DATA.
( nmnerre Commission Corapletea
Moat Kshauatlvr IiiTPatlKatloii.
Wahiiinutos, Dec. 3. The Interstate
Commerce Commission has completed an
Investigation Into the ownership of freight
curs in tho United Stales and for the iirst
time has dellnlln figures as to freight
equipment of American railways,
There are In the I'nlted States 2,:i00j100
freight cars owned by the railroads and
UO.rtOn owned by car companies or other
prlvato ownerships, these cara being
'hleny refrigerating and tank cars.
I'rlvate parties own morn refrigerator
clirs than ,lle raJlroiids, the private car
"n,!, ownin 51,000 nnd Uio railroads
There are 43,000 freight cara In tho
United States used solely for the trans
portation of automobiles. Karly In Janu
nry the commission will take testimony
In Chiengo In connection with this In
vestigation and It will be ono of the most
comprehensive, ever undertaken by the
11 wm ,,,al wun aiiCKCa anuses ana
,?!irnt- ,,,at0, """X"""
It will deal with alleged abuses and
with private rara.
The Investigation has disclosed Hint
there Is an Interrelationship through di
rectors and otherwise between prlvnta car
CRACKS JOKE AROUND 0ERARD.
Mann la ftarcnatlc In Home at Ex
pense of Diplomat.
Washington. Dec. 3. Representative
Jl.uin of Illinois rew sarouftln to-day In
hU reference to the social activities of
.lame W. Ocraid, Ambassador to Ger
many, nnd oilier Democrat appointed to
tho dlplomatla service 'by President Wll
ion. Mr. Mann was speaking on the Urn-guay-I'araguay
bill, lie recalled a recent
cabU from Herlln In which It waa re
counted how there had been slrlfo among
Americans resident In tho German capital
to entertain Ambassador Oerard.
"I quoto this cable," ald Mr, Mann:
" 'Thanks to Amlmnsador (Icrurd'a tacl,
th friendly rivalry between tho American
colonics In Herlln and Hamburg us to
which shall havo the Ivonor of entertain
ing him on Thanksgiving was stilled most
"Think of It I" erclalmod Mann. "We
havn a. distinguished Ambassador to aer
many and the only duty he haa lo per
form In to still the rivalries between
American colonies; nnd now we are pro
posing 'to install n new Minister In Vmrn
amy so that tins oun American cltlien
who may ponctrale that country and lbs
one wo send Ihoro may huve doclul rival
ries when they elsslra tho privilege of en
tertaining each otlwrl" I
A L1YELY POWWOW
Hedges' New Primary Scheme
Konttire of Conferenoc
nt the Wuldorf.
ANTI-MRNES MEN' AUVK
My Sturt Trouble, lint Not
Seeking It Mills to Report
With Job Hedges propo'lim n brand
new primary scheme, with the Vouw? He
publican Club's daredevils vowlnc that
they are icady fur war hut aren't koIiis In
start one, and with f'sden !, Mills ready
lo tell who the np-Slatc voleis favor for
Speaker of the next Assembly, It looks as
If the conference of l.rino Uepublic.ilis at
tlt Waldoif to-morrow aflernoon will he
'After a meeting of the executive coin
mlttie uf the Youris .Itepubllcan flub nt
lf Hroad street last nlsht It was said that
while the club Is still inn Hue Its wrath
tiKulnsl Slat" Chairman William Harries
and thinks he ought to retire. It will not
folic the di manil at to-morrow's con
ference. Thirty niembiTH of the club will
Co lo the Waldorf. Their purpose, ac
cording lo one of their spokesmen, "Is to
present a definite lcKlslatlve programme,
insist on n free discussion and see to It
that the meeting Is not a mere Harnes
pow now." They will ro as Indlvluals,
not as iepre?entlnir the club.
Tho thirty Intend to advocate the adop-
tlnn of the Massachusetts ballot iind ro b
1,eard as well on a workmen's compensation
H,ld B Mtato budget ppuKramme. Wal-
ter Arndt will try to present a memorial
asking that the Assembly rules be .revised
to Include publicity of committee reports ; ,
recording uf the vote on every bill In com- J
mlttee; restriction of the rules committee'.!
extraordinary powrrs: abolition of tfie
abuse uf the short roll call and possibly i
lliultlon of the period In which certain!
classes of legislation may 1 Introiiueeil.
It In understood that Senator Hoot, who
Is to open the conference with a speech,
Is anxious to have the gathering both pm
Kresslve and peaceful and that his counsel
has Influenced many Itepublle.ins whose
wnen inn oieis 01 any i'aii.v wuiiei titxi
from each election district one delegato
lo an assembly or caucus. At that meet
ing would lie chosen delegate to u State
convention to bo held on the second Tues
day In Septemlier. Then on the first
Tuesday In October the ticket chosen nt
the Ktate eonventlon would be submitted
to the primary voters throughout th'
State on a ballot whereon candidate.!
named by petition would appear to equai
Mr. Hedges feels that his suggestions
"represent the salient features of the va
rious plans for reorganizing the election
machinery of the State."
dgden I. Mills, who wan sent up State
last week by twenty Republican Assem
hl men-elect of this city to find out what
the feeling Is as to tile Speakership, is to
ieinit In his principals to-day It was
,,, y,.,PI1iy rharles T Horton of
Ituffalo was a iosslble choice of th I'm
giessive Republicans, the rrogrestvcs and
Independent Democrat. He Is a lb'publl
William Chllvers. Republican leader nf
the Tw enty-nlntli Assembly district, said
last night that he thought the ref Ign.itlon
of Mr. Harnes should be suggested at to
morrow's conference. He didn't ques
tion Mr Harnes's sincerity or nbllltv,
'"' Ulged that "Ills COIltillUtd presence
it the head of the Reputiiiean ti.irtv
alien, ilea thousands of independents and
Republicans whose support must be bad
nest fall If the State Is to be carried fur
a Republican tiovemor. Legislature ami
I'nlted Stalin Senator."
BIO MOVIE FLANS.
Alliance Will Produce I'm in on
Hugh Ford, Frederick Stanhope nnd Kd
ward S. Slorange, well known in theat
rical producing circles, have allied them
selves with Daniel Frohiuan. Adolph
V.uker and Kdwin S. Dorter of the Fa
mous aern Film Company, to coop
erate In the production of motion picture
plays. They were connected with the
dramatic production of "The Daughter of
Heaven," "Joseph and His Brethren,"
"The Blue Bird" and other big sriectncles.
"The Silver King," by Sir Henry Arthur
Jones, will be tiro first play produced In
movies by tin; new alliance. Udwln S,
Dorter, technical director of the Famous
Players company, has gone to I.os An
geles to open a branch studio, and the
new members will Join him there.
SALE FOR HOSPITAL CHILDREN.
Flower Anilllnry to tiet Money for
The Flower Hospital Auxiliary will hold
a Christmas aale of cakes, candles, Jellies
and fancy work at tho Hotel Wellington.
Fiftieth street and Seventh avenue, to
morrow from 3 to 6. Tea will be served
The proceeds of the sale will be uaed to
buy presents for the children In tho lioa
pltal and Christmas dinners for all the
Mrs. Royal S. Copeland. wife of the
director of the hospltul, will bo In charge
of the sale. The patronenwes are Mrs.
Orlando von Bonnewltz, Mrs. William
Todd Helmuth. Mrs. C. H. Wlthlnirton.
Mrs. Robert I.ylc, Mra. J. T. Stmoimon
nnd MrH. 13. V. Southack.
JDabteon Square HUetf
a very comprehensive. collccUon of
embrarinB the newest textures and rolorings.
The designs are original.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, &c to $6.00
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913.
The Equitable Building
will have 48 Elevators
Divided into six groups of eight elevators each.
One group serving for inter-communicating
purposes exclusively. Five groups serving five
different horizontal zones. Means one elevator
at every floor every thirty seconds.
You cannot lose any time m the Equitable
but you are losing time if you stay out of it.
Lett new being made Aw Mm 1, 1915. The kmiliUm. how
ever, ii due to be completed 2 or 3 mmth mhemd ef thie dm.
Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street
AS RUBINO CHARGES
Alleged WitnesH to Highway
draft Payments Was on
Ocean at, Time.
(5. II. .McGl'lRE UNDER FIRE
Said to Have Promised to Fix
Asphalt Rules for "Con
tributions." Ai.bant. Dec 9. Gov. Glynn's special
graft Investigator. James W. Oslionie,
commenced work in earnest to-day. first
taking up the charges of the Warner
Oulnlan Asphalt Company that State
Highway Commissioner John N. Carlisle
had been running the Highways Depart-1
ment In the Interest of the Barber Asphalt j
Henry A. Rublno. counsel for the War-1
ncr-yulnlan company. In outlining his
case said :
"We charge that certain moneys pat-ned i
from iSenrge H. Mrflulre to John A. Hen-
ncssy. n portion of which was furnished
by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company." I
Mr. Ilenriessy, who waa In the room,
said In reply .
"1 never had any conferences with any-1
body alive or now dead In relation to any .
asphalt contracts; nor did I ev.r confer
with James K. Mc'lulre alone, nor with
Commissioner Carlisle and James K.
Mctlulre, nor did I ever confer with
Oeorse H. McCluIre alone or with any one
else, nor with Commissioner Carlisle or
William Sulzer In respect to anything
that might tie purchased In any way,
shaye or tn.uincr for the Stat Highway
Department. Any statement to the con
trary is false. I should like an opportu
nity to subpaMia Warner and Qulnlan."
Commissioner Osborne assured Mr. Hen
ncssy lie would have that chance.
Mr. Rublno asserted that i.eorge 11.
McCuIre went to Vice-President Patrick
II. Qulnlan of the Warner-Qulnlan com
panv on June 12 and said
'There are only four good asphalts that
ought to be used In New York Slate, those
ef the i'nlon Oil Company of Cidlfnrulii.
tlin I'nlted States Asphalt and RetlnliiK
Conipau.v, the Berber company nnd thu
Wainir-tjulnlaii company If the War-iier-ijuinlaii
company would make n m
trlliiitlou of t'.ono and on., cent a gallon
on all asphalt or asphaltle oils sold to the
contractors of the repair bureau .it the
Stale Highways Department anys i-pn' lo
cations desired would be adopted "
L. Lailin Kellogg ."iiinsel for ta Hai
rier Asphalt Company, said that James K
McOoire had not been in the employ uf
thu Barber company In any way for Uk
last two years.
"We sell our gisiils to the contractor.
and If tlisirge II. McCluIre has any nil
thins with them we know nothing about
It. slid we have paid him no monev an I
have had nothing to do with him. These
charges ale utterly frivolous."
"We believe we ran prove a course of
conduct on t tic pait of Commissioner Ca--lisle
anil Ills staff which evidences elthe.
gross Incompetency or wilful wrongdoliu
or both," said Mr. Rublno, "and we think
that we can show that his board of three
advisory engineers, deoigc C. Dlehl. Will
iam D. Washington and Harold Parke'
had no knowledge of atphalt and wc-e
not competent to advise Omimli-sl'inor
Carlisle on draftliu a new set of sp.-cl-tlcatlons
for good roads construction
Mr. -Rublno pointed out that Mr. Hen
nessy became a conlldcntlal agent under
Mr. Carlisle on June IB and that the
Warner-yulnlan troubles commenced from
Mr, Hennessj's appointment, resulting n
the Carlisle order of July 2 shutting out
the Warner-Qulnliin material.
"On June Ifi, two days after Mr. Hen
nossy was appointed, there was a meeting
In Commissioner Carlisle's oMlre attended
by Mr. Carlisle, Mr Hennessy and two of
his engineers, Washington and Dlehl, and
Paul McLoud, the chief engineer." said
Mr, Rublno. "Now 1 prefer to sav In
this connection simply that certain mone.vs
passed from flenrge It. MoOiuIro to Mr.
"We charge that ns the result of con
fetences, negotiations or deals Commis
sioner Carlisle's order of July 2, which
would permit the use only of Burlier
asphalt, was the deliberate result of these
transactions. To what talent Commis
sioner Carlisle had anything to do with It
thu proof will hnv.i to develop, also
whether or not he bad the wool pulled
over Ills eyes."
Mr. Washington said that ho did not
attend tlm conference, as alleged by Mr,
Rublno, as be was on the ocean on IiIh
way to London, lie said that he had
never seen James K. McOulrc In his life.
Commissioner Osbonm will commence
672 Fifth At,;
taking testimony to-morrow hihI the tlrat
wltn'Mea probably will be Patrick II.
Qultiliin, vice-president of the Wnrner
Qnlnlan Company, and Coininlrtiloiier
Mr. HcnticKsy after the hearing en Id
the report wan untrue that when he took
the stump in tlm New York city Mayoralty
campaign he hail alno taken a fle weeka
leavo of nbsenre with pay from his posi
tion as confidential aueiit in the State
"I did take a two uecks vacation Willi
pay." Hald Mr. He uneasy, "but It did not
prove to be a vacation, as I una engaged
in (Jrand Jury work at that time. I
severed my connection with the State
Highways Department last week."
CANNOT IDENTIFY DR. CRAIO.
Phlrlana Say Dr. Helen' Knnbe
Did Not Kill Herself.
Slir.t.BTViu.E, Ind. Dec. 3. Dr. Helenc
ltna.be, for whose murder Dr. William
B. Craig Is on trial here, could not have
Inflicted the two wounds on her throat
herself, and Coroner Durham arid Drs.
Chappelle and Lecth In their testimony
Harry Haskett, who saw a man near
the Delaware flats at 3 o'clock on the
tnortilnic of the murder, said :
"I believe Dr. Craig vvnn the man, but
I cannot swear positively."
The Coroner and the two phvslcians
agreed that there had been two knife
strokes and that Dr. Knabe could not
have screamed after the first was made.
This evidence was given to show that
the victim uttered the screams heard by
the Janitor in the Delaware tlats In fine
the knife cuts were made. R was also
brought out that the wounds began on
the right side of the neck Instead of
the lert, as they would have appcured had
they been self-inflicted.
AGREEMENT IS NEAR
ON NEW HAVEN PLAN
Wiishfnsrton Conferences on Dis
solution .Method Will
U'AhHlNOTO.-, nc .1 President
Howard I'lliott and lawyers rrpresentlin;
the New Haven sstem ended their eon
fererice with the olhclals of th lp.irt
nient uf Justice to-day without having
reached any definite agreement as to tin
dissolution of the so-called New Cncliind
transportation monopoly. Tlm confermc.
ended, however, with both parties hope
fill thit a solution in.iv finally be found
In this important problem without remri
to extended litigation
The conferences, which went on here for
two das. were called chiefly for the pur
pme of pernilttlnR the railroad onielals to
obtain wiine definite undersramlliiK of how
much the Oov eminent would expect from
them In the matter of a voluntary illss.ilu
tmii. The railroad ulllclaN lift Walilne
ton with pretty detlnlte deiiH op tins
point and further conferences will l held
In the near future.
It Is understood here that when rcpre
scntatives of the railroad and thu Gov
ernment meet asaln the (lovernnitiit wb
be prepared to Mihmlt In more definite
form the conditions that It will Insist
It i,l(nown that the Attornev.i;,.per.il
will Insist upon ,i dissolution which will
meet the objections th.it he regard ns
fundamental. Thcsn are a divorcing of
Next Sunday Among Other
Big Features Will Contain
FULL CONFESSION OF DYNAMITER DAVIS
HOW he operated to blow up bridges for the Iron Workers Union.
Carrying dynamite among the New York crowds. His small pay for
dastardly work. His one redeeming act in refusing to sacrifice many human
lives by blowing up the East River Bridge.
This is one of the most amazing human documents ever printed. It
tells in detail the inside working of the many plots in which George E. Davis
was implicated. Also the story of how Davis was run down and the con
HOW SUN YAT-SEN ESCAPED FROM CHINA
OF all the adventures experienced by living men none is more replete
with exciting escapes and thrills than that which Sun Yat-Sen, the
leader of the Chinese rebellion, .underwent when he escaped from the clutches
of the Government and fled to Japan. This famous rebel leader, who was
China's first provisional President, in The Sun next Sunday tells how he
accomplished the feat, hemmed in on all sides as he was by spies of the Gov
ernment. It is the only authentic account ever published and reads like a
romance of other days, so do not miss it.
Tell Your Newsdealer NOW
He Must Not Disappoint You!
The Sun last Sunday was sold out early and we have received
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i . '!''
The whole theatrical profession is discussing the
new novel of the stage
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Jane Cowl of "Within the Law" t'nrne admits that " Moan
Thursday' is an exceptional but existent tpe," but. she adds,
"it is regrettable that this particular lisure who merely repre
tents one phase should be chosen by the novelist desiring the
centre of the stage."
Despite the fact that Mr. Vance says he did not draw his
characters from life, the New York Dramatic Mirror asserts that
"some of its characters are easily recognizable by the initiated.
. . . Her (Joan's) experiences might easily pass as the
biography of some score or more of our best known footlight
Third Large Printing stTntJnh,
Published by LITTLE, BROWN & CO., Boston
, tho New Haven from the iloston mid
Maine, the disposal by the New Haven
of Its trolley interest and the teparation
from the New Haven ownership of the
1 competing steamship line.
I It Is certain that thu .Mtornev.tleneral
.will Insist iipuii tlm principle applied n
, the Union raclllc-Soutliein rncltlo nier
jrer. when ho refused to countenance any
; plan for the sale of the Southern Pacific
t Mock which would leave It In control of
the name men who dominated the I'nlon
I I'resldent Klllott before lravlnir Wash,
incton tallied with several of the New
CiiKland member of i-nnuress. lie said
1 that the relations of the representatives
nf the railroad and the Department of
Justice were friendly mid lit the confer,
ence each side had talked with the ut
I Mr IClllott acknowledged that he !
hopeful thnt lit subsequent conference"
the basis for a settlement of the rniitti i
it Usue may be found and litigation
I In tl'ie event of a voluntary dissolution
i tho Department of Justice will Insist upon
a foi ma! court decree, hut the terms of
till decree will be worked out before the
case Is submitted to the court
Illustrated t at.ileuue
Ip'e on application
ARTHUR H'HAHLO & CO'
569 FIFTH AVENUE
(in "Within IAZau")
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ument. I believe it to be a
story which presents stape
people as they really are."
".tnnf, Actress," by Juliet C.
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"Wr Are Seen" I'rodnced.
.Vrr.ANTrr firv, lice. 3. "We Aro
Seven." u modern whimsical play h
Hleanor dates, author of "The I'oor I.lt
tb lile'i dlil." had Its Initial perfotm
mice to-nl'.iit at the Apollo Theatie.
tinder tin direction of Arthur Hopklnr
The pleei hai three acts, set In New
.nrk at the ptesent time.
After an engagement In rhlladelphla
the play will be taken to New York
In the large cast are Utile Ulsor, Hessie
llarrlM-ale, Jano I'e.vton, lluss Vh)tal
and William Raymond
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