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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1916.
IN THIS STATE
Ten I a live Transfer Tax of
Sol 0.000 Paid, Saving
KDl'LKS WILL BE
,(,t M.irch 11. A check for
.,i has been received nt the omen
, Comptroller Trnvht an a tenta-
Mnon: on the trnnsfcr tax on the
,, . ,.f .1.1 tin" Hon An llagKin, norse-
i .imI ""lie owner, who died at hit
fMum'-" home at NcHitt on September
1' I'll lly t li : payment before Mon
; tlie f .itc escape a penalty of
. . '. , .o, ti.''h would have nccrueU had
. , i.iMtunt been made later.
Vf s-'Hchiles In the estate, which will
,., Med on Monday In the office of
t ( foin'itrollrr ltoardmnn In New
York civ. ii how that the. total value of
,v sew York estate will be In excess
ijii.ii i.Ono, which Is $5,000,000 more
i hi ilie estimate maile nt the time
jl, ILisKitiK will was Jlled. The
j.h.iiiiimiwi cellmate does not Include
Si.- ll.ipcin'M pilntliiKs or Iho product
,. in lireed'iiK farm for thoroughbred
l.o. .'m Kentucky.
Mock. Chief .Inset.
T',e i.ief nfe-et Is In stocks, estimated
, Jll lO'.'.i'OO. consisting of a few lante
t.oWiiiffs In minim: and real estate com-
Mines. The most valuable la etock In
i e llomeut.ike Mining Company In
.01.1th Dakota, appraWcd nt $4,400,000.
11,4 stoelt In the Kern County Land
, M-p.iny of California Is worth $3,750,
t,i)0 ir.it li.x J3.0HO.Onn p:ir xnltie of stock
h the Ceiio de I'a.-o Mining Company
(.in v.i'Jid at ,:000,(in0. Ho held
,i,i , .0 . I'eriu ite I'asco bonds. The
,i -me of his stocks fs made up of
. .'it- m .ihfornla. Kentucky and Mon
i n ' s corporations.
Mi Hut,K n left New York real estate
. it I ' the estates at $3,SS1,500.
.in of the following parcels: City
-,,-1. e at 1 Kast Sixty-fourth street,
. " "i irround at -M Fifth avonue,
.j.-; i. the t'rogress Club, KT&.OOO;
' i. "I X7i r.ro.idvvny. IS0O.O0O; 48
'i.i. J4!o,ono: 5S" Fifth avenue,
1 1 " anil 12 Franklin street. $120,
1 t i 37 Hroadway. $363,000; 441
..vnur, HO.oOO; 311 to 317
- , tmi si. ret 7S,(iCnl; 67 acres at
. , .. i l .i ill lir.vvescnd avenue, llrook-
BAKER'S FIGHT FOR 3 CENT I GARRISON AIDS
FARES A WAR POST ASSET
- - ' . - -
"Angel Child" Has Grown to Man of Indomitable!
Will Would "Smash a Nose to Preserve Peace"
Side Lights on His Makeup.
iPARKER PLEADS FOR
Muk! flood. Is VciiliH of
PitiIpcpssoi' in Wnv
1 .1.- training iiuarlers for horses.
; d 310 to 31 1 West 141st I
'.- -."ii lie untied 300 shares of I
.tit .in opera and Heal Kstate
w rth tltui.Ouu.
.t.-'iis in the estate were:
.i-r ni.ll chattels, $!$!,-
,ok ,1.1.. oi 047. :.n,i: rl' carries a
ll-htK iif KI.OOO.OOO.
ivr NiMH - f-w-
DKJS INTO MKXICO TASK
WastilSdToN', March 11. Washington
.liiilt' Snys T'ii (riot ism Up-m.-imls
of Day of Rpst.
KXI'KKT TKLLS OK TKSTS
.linlH Alton II. I'atKe:1 'u a p.ipet
l hai not yet become fully annulled with ( lead nl the iion-parll-aii S.i urday dis-
I the new Seeietnry of War. Sir. Hake.'
landed heie a few dis ago right In the
middle of the .Mexican llaretip. lie ad
mitted he was dar.ed oer the watllke
prepaiatlotn that he found In progress In
his new olllee,
He smilingly told callers that for a
Uaie he would have to depend for guld-
ous:on of the llppuhllrun Club eslei
day ridiculed the man who woilis
seven days i iel as o "superboie" and
declared ",f Mioh nil exlslence is a dein
Olistiatlon of the fttetiuolis life Ih'-n may
kind lleacu defend us Horn all I's u.'.
1onMits, oven though ueh a prayer m-iy
be volisliued to Include 'The (lient K
.luilge I'arkci Kent uoid lie n.is tin-
ance on such veterans as den. Hugh I.. , '"!'" to atlerd the lunelleun. h did S-ere-
great good lo yourself and your prog
eny bemuse of the benefit you will physl
rally derUe from a decent observance
uf the day of ies
"I believe that no man I" liul.v alive
and iihyslftilly tit unless the morning
finds his hands Itching to take up the
day's tasks, unless the noon hour Is bill
a bteatlilng space between morning'"
iH'umipllshmenl olid afternoon's hearty
I Jr. Mm tin told of scientific experi
ments made upon llarvuld medical stu
dents with a view to learning whethei
one rest day 111 seven tended to Increase
efficiency. Nine medical students served
a subjects for eight weeks and 1. Sl.ir
SAYS PUBLIC LIFE IS
IN NEED OF WOMEN
Ki'llPl'P I'l'jjps CoIIcuts lo Pl'i'-I
pare (! mil ii nt ps foi- .lolis
TIip.vM Shine In.
mid din courage lo claim and flit tfceae
tnisitlons. For women are cltlxcna and
elllble to them even though they
haven't et the vote."
Sir, llruerc said that one of the three
asylum examiners In the Civil Hervlce
I ii inn Iment who will comptln for the
pl..ce if chief examiner next year li a
ui'iui.i and he sincerely hoped that the
'Tiieie will be room for .1 large ffof
I o; woni'-n oftleeholders In June, 1917,
I m.iler t li next administration, I trust,"
I lie f-ald, "and the success of this ad
mit, 'tlat. on In appointing Dr. Ka th
in ii' II. U.nls should make the way
. ' "
. .. . .. ...... i i..t.nii nil . t 'i ' iiiun ir ee miiiPii oi i lie nine-
tin declared thai re-ultH proved uturl'i-( MOI' I I. Ml IX I 1 . III'. A 1 S;'-.,u of l. college, which las the foun-
liikublj that the Sunday leress gave ;he ilMloii. she said, but doesn't turn the
c.xliii time for tlie lecovery of effl-l i-'ii .mt il.-iIi to III! eeu mi much ss
,,, , a l" a week Job. She advl-t'l every
Henry l.n.ie flu li.iinl.yi I .it i. , . lU ,.,,,, 11T,,1 , ,., A
wm.ts the help of llarnai.l and lljli bi ,. fun. n , (
(ollege- In t.mhilr.lng lite in oh 'H-' umiptiis. tutc of eullil-e before ito-
jifverniiien! A I a vo.a lonal rails held Vi(,,,1(, i.1pt ,V, il, pedal tool
by the Intercollegiate llu. ran of fliei - , t..10 . . tXmmh
patlons at the Sage Foundation P.ulld- jft
Hit. l.Hi liast Twptilyseuoiid xiyc. . ' j'llss M.nv Snow, of the burenii
lililay nltel'iiimti he told the big i'e'ii-1 H!.)rf, ,lf , , ttk.,a aliibltlon of
lilag- of college women tn.it ii-iiii' i ,,,,,.,, ,iri, i,i w,1iril i,j
cliney which was mole and mole n
tallied In the ionise of the Week's wor'c
"The method depended on th deii r
mliKitlou of the weakest eli-eliic sliocl;
Ilie subjects could feel." he said. "The
nndei lying pilliclple was that high srn
sltlveiiesx would go hand In hand with
a h.gh degiet of iic,ous efflciein-y. A
falling otf cjf seu,tietiess would Ird'
eate. Iheiefoie, a i oriespnndlng .unit
ing o' iierou clficlency,'
t'oniltllsslotier I.JIich staleil tlait off-
e'..i llgutes of the last two yean In the
r.f thoM, institutions had done w ha! Ill .,., ,v.lnriI ,,, ,,'. j, ,t,r0,''i
shjulrl to iiKpaie v.uineu lor imu,l.-j .(., tr.ini toiitra jlnr to bro'.iet.
I"' '.o'c' 'i 'f ' ''' set of a stole lo lanilsc.ipj
II Mil- M I,..., ... 1,1,..,. f
Scott, the t'hlef of Staff . Sit. Maker
Whs preceded to Washington by a repil
'atlou iih a "pacifist " Ile belongs to
nuiiieiniis peace societies nnJ has op
posed preparedness, lie Is at the same
time a lighting man, according to his
"Sometimes In order to preserve the
I peace ou have got to smash a man on
the nose." he Is -aid lo have told a
taij of l.ibor Wilson. Tlne who ills-, Indicate h tmnendo'js deeiciise In the
Sown Nece-ynrv for Safeguanltng tMe
I'l Oiioiulc. riislral. Social mid Splptunl
Welfare of the I'eovle?" wete I'lof. I J.
(!. .Mai tin of llarvaid, Hayu.il C. Hul
ling, geneiiil counsel of the 1 'tilted
State Steel I'orpulrtt'on . IMw.ird .1. i
inii.'i .--iiv..,r.. ..i... .-. i j '.m',ii'vi iiirii- ui inn ii ih i,i- i-t.H-t! tiif. st.ii.e niter till
I -.(U'C ojiIimh hud been Issued legmd- tl.e ipiallllc atlons, but the) m too timid I ,,.,. ,., They lotik that coiiise
lug lo'.otlons of tills law mid In tliejto make themselves known. Wnnii n tlt n u t tiding coiiditious wl
Cop right Underwood & UnderwooJ, (
Secretary Newton D. Baker,
At his desk in the Wnr Department at Washington.
Ci.kvehvd, Slan-h 11. Once styled and I'j thlas between .Inhnson nnd'Anlier.
the "most Intellectual Mayor In o.mtlv- When the tight for the renewal of grants
(ialuor, ptesldent of the N'atlona: l.e!-li-.'
Cairlers Assoclat.oti, ntal .lames SI,
l-ynch. State l.'omni'.ssloiier of l.abo.'.
"A man whose work Ills him, and who
. I ilterelore loves 111" won., lieglus tli
fnind who commentcil on the fact that I ,.,,. ,lf Mo,ny with a nest nud coinage
Sir Maker, a pneltlst. hand landed In I ih.il ale unknown to Saturday," .lttli'
Mie war olllee of the tlnvi rninelit. I'arkee wtole. "This est and couripi
( l,cor.tl!ute togsiher a belt that n .il.es
I Mmlesl unit Very Kraut-, the world go loiind.
Secietary Maker Is a modest man ami, la!r!otlsm ileM.and. o son.
. ...... , , 'therefore, that by is.ecept and cMituWi!
"exceedingly frank. On tlie o-calon of yf)U n ,(U )ni. , ,no ,.,, Krlt
his fit ft call at the White lloue after I institution, the American Sabbath In
he had taken the oath of olllee he was discharging that duly to nur Hag and
asked about the news fioni .Mexico. "The j MUm ccnmirymen Sou will Insure tiln
newniapers are carrying mole detal'icd
reports from the ljnler than we me
getiiliK In the Wat Department." lie said.
This was In striking contrast to some
c Xlrials who frequently refuse to talk
as n mean of masking the fart that
they really have nothing to talk about.
No less an aulhwlty than Llndlcy SI.
tiaril-on, former Secretary of War, who
was considered eminently successful In
the administration of that great office,
has attested that It Is his opinion that
.Mr. Milker will make good. Sit. (!arrl-i
son spent some hours with the new Sec- j
retary this week going over details of!
the Depaitinent In an I'tuleavor to st.ut,
his succestor In the ttgiit direction, tint
huh i-liili- icr nil nil-ill ill ..ill,.,! i... ,.. ,, i.l.ices III MS' l.TI1 .. i t I I i.i.. -
villi women he'd be bald nil! " It ...i. ,.,i,, ,,i ,.i,.... i. ......
cusfed the subject (, Ore llet Has I 1 1 number of violations of the six day , t nn. the Women." Sir. Mi Here -.lUl. ...ii i iu ......i.i e.. ,
labor law. II" showed that In lllt some .',eve theie ore not a few who h ii i ... , ... ti, ..i .. n,-i ....
Se.i- IIH.i only ...ami sucli oiilei- wete ofgli; to "el ri'l of tills tlniKlliy. I liey i ,,.,, dj,,.,,.., .;,e dep irtmeut
ssueii oy uiu ui-ii iiiiriu. .in. i.jni'i i we. lie more .ii-n-si.n.-. ,.i emil ollllllil t lion illl' USUI IcnillJ'.
noted a much gieaWr liuilnatloii. on theitlioie who enter public positions should , tj eV iiioi. n, ,.oine, inn there am
pail of employer lo mak" the I iw , I ae o'i.e pi eon ration il( mreo women lanilsc.ipe urclll-
efftctlxe. 1,11,1 although Insisting that "I bellevi Hunter College sho'Md h ie I tp, ,H tl jfew Vol It who are willing lo
theto weie still vast difficulties. In the utecs of this o-t. I'.irnaril. too, bus I ,,.),,. ,;,, Kt-M an nppientlces. Mavbs
w.tv said the whole Idea was w Imi.rg I 1 ecu deiellet In t.il n-fpeit. I am fin ,,,. i..,. t. ,,.n nei(0mc tliein
Its WCI. 1,1 say, iiioiikii us ie;in is Miiiio; imiiL i tc,0a"
lil, .nil me. lie intiieil. turning to .Ml"
... . V tglnla i!. f.ilileisliexe. who hail pte-
olOO.I.lM II. .!.. llllt . ( ... ,,t.,, ,, ,e ,.,..,.
Colutiibia I'nlxcrsliy will fc'e ti con-' "We neeil woliI'Mi in iublic life If I
ecu on pril II : C.irniule Hall at ' wile Hotel nor of .'i w Vork Slate I
wliiiii the iiuivcrsli.'. chorus of 3ij , would put n woman on tin: Public S.r
nnes will sing Kdwanl Cigar's "The'x.ci t'onimlssloi Women h.iie gteatcr
, .Ml- Si iry
th( 'nee: ii,7
Van Kleeck pres ded at
lleioioes I UWen o lie (' Vte,
Sills Anna :-rt inM? Jacobs, a teacher
ji.iys'c.il 'lalnlru In the Jsmalea IIBli
Pl.ick Knight" and I'ledrrUk Con- , flind.ilneiiliil molality than tr.mi. nii.l , .iioul, told Justice lleueillct III th"
xiiees "I'ciue I'ipe" for the trt t.ine.tiiei a woninti wo'iiii put tlie ioniml.- Uneeiis County Supi clue Court yesterday
i'i New Yort. Prof. Walter llcniy Hill slo.. In t ! t i- relation to the coiiimunits ' tint she wanted citizenship papers "lie
V 111 conduct Til- olols;s hac iiiC I fe P res!h largely with the coi'eges e.iu.'C I want to vote." Justice Meuedlct
been a iinoum ei) . ,uri oil woiui"i will 'he cap.ielt j Issued !jh ihiccss.ii y papers.
lit-" v-tn.. ni.hi H..L... ..i.i t and Iho 'IntrodiK Hon of a three reni
., . , .... street car fate began Johnson pii'tied
executive of ih S ih f Uv. a ir in little .... ....... .... ....... ,
".. . ' 1 V:i. V. .J :;...". l..V: '1' ..'r.V.r'-' ".couilesy on the part of his predecessor
...-ii i'i one ouuiij ii , me ni.uin 01 iiuiiiii 111,11 .inn nui.-i i .i(.Milv a nm eeli. ted hv Secretnrv
books and whose one weakness. If it stirred up by tl.e traction nttornes and "'-''J -"ppierluti.1 b hecremo
It Is known that the Admin illation
believed thin It made " ten strike"
when the President succeeded In per
son rahlnet su.iiung -ir. naaer to ciccepi ine war
xie ii..ii..e ii.noet, h. inmuTci of portfolio. He s regarded as a great ac-
aro legion, see nothing Incongruous in aii ,.,..illv tlu- head "of Ihe cab- MUlsitloii both as nn exeiutlte and as h
elevating the former lieutenant of the!lt,et and principal adi-er to us all. politnsil leader. It Is betraying no fecrc: j
i. t t. t.. i, .,,. ... .,.in,.n f He las lieen an nvalualil.i niimic "fr- in m inai n 11 uie oe.iei 01 rn-m
Secretary of War In 1'iesldeiit Wilson's ; .
CaVIn 1'h. nenHlet .hot till. 11m. I ntalnst tile
keen mind, Indomitable will anil per
... 1 . . , . , 1 . oecniiv iiiiiiioaoie 10 .jiiiiii-ii!!, 1
...a, .er.oei.. is a cmueren oriar My S((ir... Mp
un-, oo noun iiunrrii ni me oe.iu 01 -(,n ,,,,1,1 0r jiaKer concerning tne time
the nation's military. when lie occupied n place In the John- '
Mut Jil.x Cleveland friends, and they
lawTer he was pitted ; Wilson s advisers that the appointment
biggest lawjers in tlm , of Sir. Maker will strengthen the Ad-
State. No other city solicitor ever had , ministration In Ohio. Ind.ana and other
the same number of cases crowded 1 middle West States. 1
iuti his otllrc In the same length of
time nor c. large n crop of Injunctions ' Works Eirl and l.ntr.
to lespoiid to, and In iu Judgment there , , , ,
Isn't another man In the State who ' ' ' M.ker has turned l i hi. ti-w ,.!.
could hive done the work so well " !"'' Kle.it etu-rgj. He Is Hutvng the,
Maker was twice 1 lected .Mayor and tlrst to reach the Wnr Kepartment bnll.l
r.tuse.l to run for a third term, pie- Ing in the tuirnlng and sticks 10 his desk ,
ferilng to r.imie the prartlc, of law. ' Uitil late, al night, determined to g. t a,
The new Secretary of War Is essen- grasp on the multitudinous details of,
tially a home man.' He married when ( his Department in older that he may
he had become firmly established In command with the knowledge that
Cleveland and now has a family of , should go with authoilt.
thtee children. Jack, Peggy and Slar- Although a "paeltlst" In the aWefmct 1
gn'et arc his chums. (Secretary Baker will yield acquiescence1
1 to any order that may be given liliu by
Wife Lender lit Clvle Ulr, tu. f niiinr.iti.l.r in liilef, the Piesl-
Shoiibler to Mioulder w'lh her hu- ''" " '" bekeved. If war comes or
u..iid. Mrs. llak.r. who was Miss Kim... a.e.iM ,111111 ncnt lie will i.ot cpi.t .
bcih Leopold of Pottslown. Pa., has , can-e of his e-ual of tiie c..ue :
wmiceil ami haieil in his interests. A uuh'imi iiem-.-, .u, i.a-i,.i-
severam'e which enabled hi 111 to oallle
xictorlously, and practically single
handed, the best legal ..tiunsel in Ohio
through Cleveland's seven ears street
railway war will gain for Mm further
Secretary Maker's love for learning Is
not u pose. Wherever he goes lie gen-
book wltu 111111 lor nis
recreation or Instruction. And talk
he has more fi centimeter words at
"his command than most college pro-
. .i.loile.l ici.ono.flnn in notes lessors.
ia In accounts payable. The I Urrroe of llrrm."
.',n-.s- were .2.125. am a dieamer of dreams." he on'f
I ft om-tlfth of his resld- . , . .. r discussing iirJei:ed
no ti. his willow. Margaret .'',.,.,, " refrms. The Waneii'Vill..-
mi in pi.ii in:iri 111 iH pnii. v . . .
legriii. 01 addition to the prop. . ! x f" th criminal ate In opera-
ne. Ie..s Jll-,.'i-lO. as the value nlcipal V f , 2
Ideas In the
s-rty at H Cast Fifty-second
.1 en to her.durlng her lifetime.
- . leieiveil JIOO.OOo. to be divided
In r h. 'alien. P. khan! Ixjunsberj
I Ivli-h U Pcrty. A flfUi went
HUKhter Mis. Mabel McAfee
ii s r,0,ft00 to be paid to her
hi - fifth was left In trust for
W. llangtn, widow of the dece-
- 1". Men All Haggln, until her
remarriage, from which she
tve $15,000 a ear. Tlie prln-
so to her sons. James Ben All
"u' mil tenuis I.ee Haggln.
New York nppral'al does not In-
i .lablo real estate in California
. N- w'rort and the Klmendorf stock
r 11 1 Kentucky.
Pn. gr.oo.ouo in Callforala.
' rr..Ncisco. Sl.irch 11. The
ge" collateral Inheritance tax fay
' "r. recoul ill this city, and said to
i truest In California, was made
when a, certified check for 500,
" s turiieil over to City Treaurcr
1 Sl'iiong.ilil as part of the In-
ti e t:( due from the estate of
" ' s H, Haggln
" - appiaUf ineut of the property In
' i belonging to the estate Is
1 'lifted. When It Is the remainder
ie tax w II be paid. William A. Hill
S'ate insurance lax appraiser,
-' r. 1 Tt tii. value of the property
t' ,1111,0(10 and the estato may
1 'ii more.
Mac. ,11 w.'jc a largo stockholder la
f I, n 1 'i i"ie l. ind Company, the
"".', o sin, ng Company and other
'' ' i'' 1 lips organized here, and
In ags form most of his Call-
t ' 'e The estnte !h also obliged
''1 . .In 1 t'inee tax on the name
T . 1 . r SlrPougald arranged for
1 'i n - ion of the 1300,000
" ; Mini, of California to the
.t ... ! r
RUSSIA NOT ABSOLUTELY DRY.
-11.1s lit en Vculka Can Be
til In I erliiin .irctllia.
' gone nbsntutely dry ;
'i i in- o tallied In certain
I .. tig to a letter which
1 Wholesale l.iuuor Dealers
f America ban received
1 1 Snorlgr.iss, American
I .11 Sliis-ow, Joseph De-
f I'll- association, de-
'i S"',ilgr.iss'H letter that
lint a has failed because
v of r 1 11 ns to use drugs
1 o' ni. s for liquors.
"n- of tin- empire there
1 niolilbltlon of the man
1 it 1 1 Ibni ion of vodka,"
" ul-i ii-rienil Snodgrnss, "but
1 1 , ii.'iticularlv In the south.
b pur ua. ei In hotelH and
well iih ill bottle hoiaces,
' .11 mUlit li recognized as
'' in that section, In general.
' . II boitle bonnes are closed and
' voill.a foi bidden,
ile of wines mid liquors In enr
' all sections by wine merchants
'i - ee, tiring the consent of the
' 'a purcl'usc, This Ih re
i ') n certaiu number of bottles
out ', ami Is only enjoyed by the
'I 'ni' As tlm luewcrles are all
"i'i ' unobtainable,
II 1 class tcslaurants it la
o in 'implied with champagne
" vx 'in- . as well as vodka, at
pni.s. ii.impagne tells at
l" boi'le 1 .,l, m JK'.SO), mid It
I thai riM.iurant keeperH se
iiiinii a" Its. till (about $30)
ib sold by Ihe glass. Heotiil
" Is at ItH. ID (about S) pet
...a hi.nie rule 111 taxation and other
matters for Ohio cities are some of the
results of his dreams.
Despite the fact that he exhibits
sx-mptonis that lead some to term him a
"high brow." Secretary Maker, by his
nympathv and attractive- personality, has
always been n favorite with "the per.
pie." A glimpse at the election ri.vrds
In Cleveland affords niple proof of this.
He was reelected for 11 third term as
city solicitor by a plurality f -V"
nt the time when Ills chief. Tom V. Join -on.
and the rest of the Democratic
ticket went down to defeat under a 11"
publlcan landslide. Then later he was
elected Mayor by the largest majmlts
e er given a candidate In Cleveland
Baker proved In hi- contests for ..trice
to be a brilliant campaign orator and a
debater of the tlt-t class.
paignlus for Johnson or for himself op
Eone" ts weie glad to steer clear of ir
sonalltles. and when the word deb.it
Z ? mentioned oiponei.ts usually took
to the tall timber.
Knln". Large Prolilema.
Xs an executive Maker Mirrouiuled
himself wltlv men capable of handllmt
detail-. He preferred to taekle ,,roblen,s
In a large way and allow hi- st.bor.il
... .....1, ..f.e.- the routine affairs.
nines 11. ,,1 ...
The Adinlnlst.alion 1- iilcuyed w.il.
Mr. Maker and Is satisfied M1.1' 1,0 mis.
lake va made w hen he was chosen to
tl'l th" vneatn y created by the lesigna
.1011 of Sir inimsoti.
r'.NAVY GETS $2,750,000
MORE BY A NEW BILL
While h" was Mayor Mm"' r,t "J
keen wif.eil young woman with a men
tal vision that reaches far beiond her
own doorstep, Mis. Maker has been as
sociated with the civic Ilie or Cleve
land In no small measure
KVer In sympathy with her hu-band's
Ideals of good government, she has 'en
not only his Inspiration hut III- ac
helper. She is a member of
nietous clubs nud with her can- of a
family of Ciee still llnd- time to I, -stow
some thought and caie upon li i
fortunate children. A musician of mon
than ordinary ahlhtv, she t, aches a
ch'es al tlie SIu- i- School Settlement.
"It I- nothing mo.e than I ought to
do." sli. say modestly. ' And 1 hope
that I -lull still be able to continue ac
tivllles of this nature when I net to
Washington The social sole of being
'.Mis. S.cietary of Wat' doesn't ,i peal to
Few c. llakei's filends know that lis I
was slnt.il e.uly in life lo follow Ii 1 whimjtp, March 11 -- fl
l.ltici l" iin.isivin i i iiit-iimnr. .mi an , ,, - ..1. t .,
incident on, .!,. compelled H. Make- to ",0 '""' -inlPPlng the navy
l.visi his .l.cilon. If"1' "'' ''1"n 'J' tl'e House Ap '
Once wheiilir Maker w as . :11.i1 to the 1 prop! a .Ions fonmiittee to-dav, wlinii
rountty to amputate a man s leg lie was i ,-,.,,, t,., an au.litioii.il .ipprupi 'atlou I, II
suuuno'ieii iiuirieoiv aeio-s uii in in
Jtanblin Simon a Co.
I Tlerfs Clo&ing Shop
: 8 West 38th St. Separate Shop a stop from Fifth Avenue i
Tailored Spring1 Suits and TopCoats
For Men and Young Men ,Vi lo 46 Chest
Our clothes are made under tltc Mijxrvisicn of rs-pertr. tl' croup. My familiar with the intricacies
of the inerchnnt tailoring industry we have set a standard by which we model our product, and
every garment must measure up to thaf standard 'he fabrics are a selection of the best that
are produced by the recognized mills nt home and abroad superior to those usur.lty put intu
Ready-to-Wear Clothes. Exclusive fabric? av.ri models.
22.00 25.00 30.C0 to 45.00
s'.l'.iO.illii! for (Inhume
i'liitliiii- Aiiti-Aii rail (inns,
in lloiisfi Mi'iiMiic.
vvheie another patient was dyinir. In
struetlns his son, who was with hlni. to
bind Alp ilie iiMerles, In. Il.'il.er iiisiied
away. A lew minnt"- latch, leiuined
to llnd his -on liliiilini; up all the velr
vlsers Intimated that In h's iceptlon ofj
visitors . and . dealing with vv aid M -,
t clans in s loom i i -
brow"; traits. Accoidltiiilv he decided to
practise a hi' ti Hi" nmMI-i
man who entered his .if the.
Good mornltiK. damn H '. ""
day." was the meethv,- he handed the
scribe. However, that was li i s last ut
Umpt. It sounded too stilted, said
'When Hnkcr. " a trl" bu" ,fr0,n
Kurope, met Ju,l- M. A. I''ra'i 0f,f'I'v'-
Voi, the boat and chatted with b
he little thouclit that one day he would
be Mavnr f Cleveland, and when he put
tered 'around W.ishlnuton as secretary
for Postmaster-deneral Ison durliu;
llrover cii'veianu s n-i V
Irt-a that later he wan to occupy a (.ah-
ptlon of leavniK the arteries seven ly alone.
Huh "(li. II. Vliule n lilt.
. i..... . ii,,..- i.. i , t'Oii ..ml
.,,.., " ""':" '.' '' ;' '' , ;.;,,. m
Ill' II. IV Mll-I! I ill..,,. ...... ti. i,,.w
carr: nor 12.T.ii.oiio for the Nav.v De
liaitineiit. Thij. anioimt will ro io the
inaiiiifactui" .f at ti-altcrafi ciins for
the liatlieshlps of Ihe Meet, aiuniiliiitlun
and i.lhi'i' eiiiliiiient, npair uvl. and
the ieilaelm,- of Imllers on som.. ,,f nlu
(if the .inn Ullil i.'Ciimeiii..,l t:.!n.,iioii
Is fur ..'.In.iin e. ?ilso,iiiiu fl,,- .(, u ,..
tep.ili and r.iiin.MiMi for on.
to mike a political whiles, brenne ill.
Patrick .1. McKlneev, .'liiiiriuan. an
l.ouiiced that Mr. I'oiau's illnes- would
prevent ho- uppetiiau.-e. 'I'lun lie a.lilel
cuitly. as lie -aw- llal.ei sitliiic in tin
"Hut lit'- sen t hlc bov lo speal; for
him. dime on. buy, .ind tell tli. in what
von kt.ovv " I
It wiis a Ricat ulaht for McUimie.v a I iuni, Wltt
"Imij-." h'i. speecli wim "dllTeiciit .(ml h.s , ,illinilil Sli.ui-s ,,Im, eM,,,in.., t,.,t
reput itlon vvns . stablihhed. ( ,, j i,, i ,.,. ,,viilei io, ,u,ii..(r.
Hear illllil.l! .loscpli s!(r.iiisi. i litef f
the iMiieaii f m , in. nn r who .'il,iin ,1
to th luiiiillee tlie needs uf t. n.n j . '
sirjiti'sli'd lion cp.ii'e icri;copes aiiil
l.lli'je linitel'b lie plovldeil
"'h caiinoi ilie ni.ii.' ihiinjs .. ,,t ,-' '
llhl.eil lb H C---i-llt.lt Iv.i l-'ltuenilil, i
"Wo ale tlvillK to ,1 ..- i.. i ,' -.o luvyj
for war," i. piled V.linnal mimum-, "anil.
Hu roi Kin. iv w lieu we aif vollu lo
Idea that later
lnet l-ositlon. ., ,
JuilKo Foran induced the yonni. Hiker
to come to rie'VcdHtid, vvheie he save
him a place In ihe law firm of 1 mail &
VeTI-ue linker w'tui a Democrat. Ills
..4 ... 'a f Inu- Niibleels and ills
ready eloiiuencu attracted the iiltentlon' tmi would be loun.riii his father's ntlh-c
1 Tom I., .lonnsnn, mi" ... n.. " , .. -
llakei's foiiiln.-s fur le.idlm; iini'iunls
alino-t to a passion. I-1 lends s-iy that
al 1U In- had lead r-h.il.t peare. Mllto',.
lloniei nud the lllble. ufleu when the
oilier bo.vs weie up In the buy inoiv oi
be till.. I the b.iilis, thlllleil with the d Is
of Ik ines who-.i exploits wete belnR re-
i-art mm- l"i' all MHi tuilli n.' the
I II. I, ill, ,111. 1, bill lll.lt lillli I,).. M Hlll-ln
Kims foi ilie.idiinir.'hts ami m-,lir ,,. .
"We would like to have them.' lie.
said, but we l.avi li., i Ilie nion.-v with'
wh.ili 1. 1 -! lln'iii v e would like lo!
...,lol,,l eltv solicitor,
From then on It was a cae of Damon
SELLS WOOD ALCOHOL
FOR DRUGS, ARRESTED
counted lii the paper backed novels, .Vw-; tut., tin- mm- w. an- Inii'.diu? anil have
bllllt for sli. li,,l .i te le.nly alill put I
line s.l.l. .
l.ost." I'm- this lie became knew-n as the
t'li'lll Oil e IMl'iK s:ni.
Iln'oi is niinle h III"
..V V I lepnt tlnenl
I to aijaiit the old one puiiinlers to .intl.i
-- i ii 'i ei uf I ii, e vuie not eutiii'ly su-.ess.
Pliestnl on Wednesday for illeK.il traf
llc in ibis business.
I'olilpl.-lillls have beep lece'vid so fie-iiue-iitly
by the llealtll IHpal tnunt thai
Inspector ' William I'olien was sent to
seek tlie i'.iiis" of the market helm:
lloodeil Willi stock manufiiitun d with
When Inspector Col, pi. took samples of
. , c.i i I. ....I... l,Kn,l f' tlliet'lio of Iodine, tinctiite of. hu kt-pur
East Siili' Di'iiiw Afriisca i ,,, r (,,ni)1,. i,,Kt w.diies,ii,y.
Trviii"' Bribery lo rruvciil
AVood alcohol has endiliKeted
ho WIJ.S, h" was ou'cieil H0O to refrain
froiii e.iusluK the stock to he nnalyxcil,
llu Thuisd iy tlie liD-pci'lnr retunnd in
the .Inu; stole with two detective H. There
Ile ,'irrcptf d nn envelop.' supposed to con
lain the film. The detectives then placid
.s-'elli'ios iimlcr anest and lie was held
tlie .'ii.Kiniiii. .vinii'i in ine .Hiiiim i.oiiri
I......I In S.1.I1IIU hull r.tr evi.mln.illnti ,t.
health nml posslldy the lives m ciiiinicn , ..i,,,,,. f ,,,ery.
of the lower Hast MI'Ii. accordlnu to mil At tlu. lahoriitory of Ihe Health De.
analysis of a sample of spirits of ..,., pa. tin. lit It wim I.mi I yesieiilny that
anaisis . "'i ., llic "silrlt of cainplioi-' was ii.nipoi.i'il
phor made yesterday at th laturnloi or ,.n,ri,y r W1ll( ah oliol, Splilts of
tint Health Department i ninplior Is used a an e.ve wash or a
Halvatoro K. SclleroH, who owns a lelliedy for colic, nml It Is believed Hint
. , . , f ..ii,'1,i. .tr..i many residents of the lower Cist Shin
larfc'B dniR store nt tall nine street. mVl.' H,1VPll ,-,., ,,Umlll(. ,. ,.,.
where many of tlm people IIvIiir in the ,)U1) illness ,y ,, siisperslon of this pir
lower Kait Hide buy their medicines, wti ilcular tralllu In wood alcohol.
fill. Adlillial Sti.tus- tol, I tlie coniniltteo.
for Ilie reaoii that llieli- lanue is only
'.i.iiOn feel, the level at winch arm planes
opela Ie Hi Hurope
TAX MEETING ON WEDNESDAY.
Civic M.l'll'lles I II vile. I lo i'metll
if VI lisle In HrimUl-ii,
A iiiii-s inei tliiK under auspli es of the
Tax llediictlou Comuiltli-c, w lilch Is back
Iiik a set li'M of bills liitioiliicisl at Albany
for tho easltis of the citj's llniiin ial con'
illtlou, will bo held at thu Aciiileuiy of
Music in lliooklyn next Wednesday
iiIkIiI. Iti pii-n'iilatlves of civic orKiinl
Kiillmis have Ik'i'.u invited, with the In
lentloii that the shall report bad, to
their ri-spei'tlvi) niuanlatloiis
.lacoli C, Kliiii k, picslileiit of the Will
lauisbuii; Trust Conipan.v and prcslilciil
of the Itiool.lMi Civic Chlb, U chalriuan
I of ilie Hlili.i-oinuiltlee In cliurno of the;
lueetlnc. AsMii'laled with lihn ilie (If.
teen e'itleiiN i' .rt-s.-i 1 1 1 1 m all tin. Inter-.-Ms
of IIi-.kiI(,v n. Despite tlie disappoint
tin iilleiidaiice at tho Cann-Kle Hall
i.ieeiiim on l-'riday nlKlit, tlie Tax lledue.
lion Coiiiiiiltteo lioju-s for large results
I mm Its campaign.
MeiVs Hand Tailored Suits
For Men and Yvunq Men :i: to JR Clival
Hand tailored Suits in one. two, three or four but
ton fitted or conservative models, in the new
Spring fabrics, from the best American and
foreign mills, including Blue Serge and many
Silk Lined TopCoats
Snin-Fittal nr ('Ik .-' rjUhl Mndds
For Men and Young Men .7.7 to J(!Chvit
New Spring hand tailored semi-fitted or Chester
field models, of Elack or Oxford Vicuna, silk lined
or silk yoke and sleeves.
25.00 to 35.00
Men's Spring TopCoats
For Men and Yottnq Men TJ to Hi Chest
Ivlade in London, expressly fur Frp.nklin Simon & Co.,
the product of London's best overcoat maker, made
of Fabrics woven expressly for and confined to
Franklin Simon & Co., in the newest Spring color
ings: models particularly adapted for general wear.
24.00 to 40.00
Men's Spring TopCoats
Fitted. Semi-Fitted. Cheslerftvld or Box Model
19.00 to 40.00
Men's Shoo Shop
West .Wth St. Store Floor
'( fitirtiti Simp, a ."t(ji from Fifth Arinuc
ion moiSda v
Men's "Banister" Shoes
Low or High Shoes Fifty Styles
Of Mahogany, Dark Tan or Black Russia Calf
skin ; also Patent Kidskin. lace or button styles,
topsof Dull Kidskin. Cloth or Taupe Buckskin.
Men's furnishing Shop
10 West mh Si. loiKloor
pui die liop, it tlri front F if lit Avutvc
Men's f kaolin Shoes
Made expressly for Franklin Simon Si- Co.
Made on newest lasts: selected leathers, in
button and lace shoes. Tan Russia or Gun
Metal Calfskin, Patent Coltskin, tops of same
or cloth; also Tan Bo:: Calfskin Golf Shoes.
Men's "Thomas Cort" Shoes
Hand Se. tied Bench Made
Ready-to-wear shoes, made entirely by hand
on Special English lasts of the finest specially
selected black or tan leathers.
FOR MUX DA Y
Men's Silk Shirts
Light or dark groui.ds in a large
variety of Satin rovelty stripes.
Men's Silk Crepe Shirts
Of Crepe tie Chine Silk in novelty satin stripes.
Foulard Silk Scarfs
An extensive assortment in the
newest Foulards and plain color silks.
Men's flELD(JuB Jackets
For Half and dan nil bwrl Wear
Knitted Jackets in Brown or Green
Heather- mixtures or plain Oxford.