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THE EYEING WOILD, MONDAY, MAT 13, 1918.
SCHOOL SYSTEM ALL WRONG, SAYS PROBERS' REPORT: Sweeping Changes Recom mended, Some Reinstating Old Practices. WANT THE STICK AGAIN. i Corporal Punishment Advised, ,. and Present Board Is Too Large. Th report of the School Inquiry Com ( mlttec, mad after nine month' hautHlve Investigation and now prac tleally completed, will recommend mm radical Chan" In educational method Is th city rchool. Chief smon; that will be tha atmpltncatlon of th course, th itatuiaMon of corporal punishment and th reortrantiatlon of the School Board. The committee, of which rrof. Paul It, HantM bf Harvard 4 th head, will rMOtnmaad that the present Board of ftduoatlon It too largo to work for tha jt Interest of the school. Home of tho peraon In Ih board take only a TMMtro Intaraat. in school natter, the raport wilt atate, and there It always a minority of deadwood. BOAflD OF EDUCATION 18 TOO LAME. -.A' brief outline of the rtcotmnead. tlona In the report follow The.'Board of, Education, composed of forty-! x member, la too tare, result In; In clumsy administration became mot of the menrber tret their Vncwl . edt at second or tMrd hand. Lm attention ahculd b paid In th high choola to the comparatively few scholars' who Inland lo sro to college and more to the student whoa school Inf la to end with their hlrh achool graduation. Latin, areek and advanced 'high' achool mathematics should ba cur tailed. ' In tha atudy of ISngUah more Urn , should be allowed Cor reading and oom. position, with )' emphasis, particu larly In elementary claiaea, pantng, featenc ana)yla and declenilon. A greater latitude should be allowed principal In the administration of le tnantarr achool. RETURN TO THE SWITCH It AD VltEO. Blmnilacatlon and standardisation of raport. a treating with disorderly pupil a return to th )'atem of corporal pun- latesswat night not be Inadvisable. Di. rlallnarjr achool ar alao apoken of In " thla connection. Mor .emphaala on addition, aubtrac- tta. multiplication and division in el. Imtotary school and leia on problem aaalyil will t found, beneficial to' the purlla. i Radical change In the atudy of grammar ar urged. The report tata ' itlMt too much time la spent In the ,atufy of Bagllah hlatory. while that of Other countries la neglected. FAIR PLAINTIFF SUES nciD raicnn hid c h: LAVISHED IN HNERY - ;Mrs. Rochester Says She Paid Sfor Everything During Tour With Mrs. Chase. I.). e ttaii. iuri idwhp, jow jy ana a inancia aucn was u re- Mrkabl combination of artlclea that ajfvraa to-day in th ault of Mr. Amy (A' JlochUr. wife of a wealthy bull liaia caaa of loi Atiaeta to recover St ate of th "pin money" ah allege rhe ' lavished on Hr. Helen Clarke Chnae. '. 'riM of a Fort Worth, Tex., merchant, wWle they wr abroad together aa etvool girt frind in HOT. i'l f.Ttie cue 1 on trial before Justice OrMabaum and a Jury In th Supreme Otwrt. t'Do you remember aaylng jut befor aJM)C for Burop that you were going vt apnd mooay so fait that you wojld mak IItn elt up and take notleor' . waa aaked of Mra. Rocheater. i' "Well, I spent a great deal of money, iaH right." replied the fair plaintiff. j 'Mr. Iloch eater admitted ah told aaae on an bad I1J.090 on drooait in ' the Knhikrbocker Truit Company and S'i mm. b wouldn't nave veryi muoh of It .'( left wbes ah got back from tha other . V'Now, about the corset you aay you tpatd' for for Helen. How much were .Itbeyr . "Oh,, I paid a blU of 1300 for coraetal , : which war Juat aa much for bar a ,thjr were for me." . "Waan't there a aeparat bill for CM for con U for Helen?" Not that I remember," t( "Do you remember coming Into the hotel in Pari .with a gold and agate can for which you paid HOT" "i remenuwr inai i uougnt auoh a ease." VAnd do you remember Mra. Ohaae' canaternatlon when ahe aaw Itf" remember h aald I would walk a.ne if I waa going to carry It." ''Mra. Rocheater aald Mra. Chaia al 'waya railed upon her for whatever aho laatad. l",'rTo4 deacrtbad different thing that ! ' . , . . . . . . jwM in iua miivyu ih jiciea foia ,you to get tnem ror nerr' x, sBctiy, - mm jwr. oonir. r you katv what Mad of thing aba TIN PLATE KING TELLS HOW STEEL TRUST WAS BUILT As Underwriter, Rcid Shared In $ 10,000,000 Deal of Absorption. DIDN'T KNOW FELLOWS. Just "Heard Gossip" That Named Others Who Gobbled Up Smaller Combine. Daniel Q netd, director of th United Btate Steel Corporation, on of the btg fellow ta th Itook laland, ayalem and the mm who, wllii Wlll'i... II. Moor and J. If. Moore, tostc into th big' ateel corpontl6n th American Tin Wat and National 0ttl companlea, wa th ttar wltne to-day at th hearing In the Government's cult to break, up the great ateel combine. Tho Hat of railway companies, bank and other concern In wTJch Mr. Bold la a director take up halt a page In the Government's complaint. Batlmaie have rdaoed his wealth at between IW,- MO,om and 140,000,000, The National Steel Company, before th merger with the blggef corporation, had a capital stork of 161,000,000. Th American Tin Plat Company waa capitaJlied at H,000,000. Othtr companlea that Held and the Moorea controlled and which they took Into tho merger ware the American ,8lef Hoop company, capitalised at bj.ow.ooo. and' the American Sheet Hteel Company, with H1000.0QO In common and nreferred stock. OICLINti TO RKVEAL HIS HOLD. INOS IN STEEL TRUST. Mr. Iteld la on of th detendanta In the Government' action, and In this rot ha ! In th company of J. P. Mor. gan, Andrew Carnegie, K. II. Gary, John D. Rockefeller and other. Ha la the drat of the defendants to be celled aa a wltne". Judge Oloklivton wa prepared to aek htm about tha formation ot the companlea he and hla auodates took Into th merger. Mr. Held testified that he Is fifty, three year old and h', lived In New York twelve yeara. lta said that he wa a toekhbldr In th United State Steel Corporation. "Mow muoh do you own?" asked Mr. Dickinson, and C. A. Severance of the ateel attorney advised Mr. Reld not to answer. "t decline to answer," aald Mr. Reld. The wltne aald that he had common and' preferred atock in the' American Tin j Plat Company and that h re ctlVed la exchange tor .It atook of ih United Btaiea Steel Corporation. He waa unable to tall the proportion Off hand and Judge Dfoklnaon refreshed hla memory. For HOD of common atook he got 110 preferred and 1 123 common of the big concern and for I00 preferred he got 1113 In United Statea Steel. Mr. Dickinson took Mr. Reld back to the formation of the American. Tin Plate Company ot Indiana In Vm. The witness would not admit that there had bean great competition. ' CASH DEAL TILL UNDrtWrllJ. ERB HANDLED THE ITOCKi, "What part did you have In organlalne- the American Tlnplate Company?" I waa aue of the underwriters." "Whom did you talk with about It?" "Judge W. It. Moore. I had him In mind, as a good man to take up the tin plate deal. He had made his reputation aa an organiser. " Mr. Iteld added that It had been tho custom of llnplate.niakerd to meet In Pittsburgh In June of each year and to dlscuaa the scale tor the coming year. In the formation of the big tlnplato company only two concerns of any else were left out. These, which bad fifteen mtls, were taken In later. Tin torn, panlea which went into the American Tlnplate Company originally had two hundred mini." "Were optlona taken on tnem?"' "Tea; cash option." , "Do you mean to say that any caah wa paid ror the atock of the com pn!er "Well, at first It was all talked of Oh a straightaway caah baata. Then the underwriters handled th atock. After that everybody wanted atock." "Did you get any cash and do you snow or any one who did?" "I did not I don't know of any persona who got caah. I didn't follow th whole thing out." WEARS HE DID NOT KNOW WHO WERE IN AGREEMENT, "Wa not a syndicate formed?" "Thr waa an underwriters' sgrtt' sunt" "Who war your associates?" "I don't know." "You mean to say that you know only of your own name bolng on that agree. tnent-that you dldu't know who tho other people were?" "That's right, I only heard gotslp about the other -men In the agreement 1 heard, for Instance, that Marshall Field, "Was one." "Did not the American Tin Plate Com pany enter Into an axrerinent with manufacturers of tin plate machinery to buy their whole product, so that your competitor oouia not ouy machinery?" "I don't remember," lalU Mr. Hold, liked?" "Yes." "What did you get for Helen In Iaj ceme?" "Nightgown, petticoats, shirtwaists, bandkerchler, nnd Here Mra. Rochester broke off and began fumbling nanong her effects for the list of articles. It was produced and road in evidence. IJoth Mrs. Rochester and Mrs. Uhaee ar young and good looking, Mrs. Chase wore a neatly cut brown suit. Although they are pitted against each other In a legal warfare, they claim' to b th bait of friends socially. WOMAN BEING SUED FOR $6,000 IN FINERY HER DEAR FRIEND PAID. j LffilLALK. who added that his mind wa a "total blank" on the matter. Judge Dickinson wanted to know who might know of theso contnets. Mr. Reld first mentioned W, O. Leeds and Walter Arms, llolh of these, he s4d, ar dead. Then Mr. Reld aald W. T. araham, at present head of th Amer ican can Company, nilKht know of such machinery contracts. in cross-examination Mr. Reld told bow he went Into the tin plate business with W. R. I.oedi In Indiana, and eit&u llshed the bnt mill in this country. DM you nn 1 your asuoclatrs." nrtsd Mr. Beveranre, -go Into tho American Tin Plate Company to monopolise the buelnee?" No. We combined o aa to avoid overhead charges. We could buy what w needed in larger quantltlea and at a reduction and thus save money." AYS COMPETITION NOW IS STRONGER THAN EVER. Mr. Held, questioned about the under. writing of tho American Tlnplate Com. pany, said many person In the under writing syndicate war setcon who had never before been In tho ttnplat business. A to competition since the organisation of the company, Mr, Raid aald: J "There has always been outside com. petition elnce the organisation of the company. This is .stronger now than vr." Mr. Reld waa the nresldent nf the American Tin Pint Company down to the time ot Its absorption by the United B'.atea Hteel Coiporatlon Ho waa aitc oeaded by W. T. Graham. The Notional htenl Convoanv. said the Wltriees, was formed to Imiirw a luffl. dent supply of steel for the American Tin ,1'lato Company. Tho officer of the fteel company were for the most rort in same ax trote in the Amertrnn Tin i'lnt.. company. 1 Urn negotiations wrro ouened for the American Tin Plate Company to go into tne I'liilnl mates Km1 Corpor ation It wa a question, eaid tho wit ness, of selling all or nine, art! that waa why Ihe severs! concerns In the one group went along. It was Judge William 1 1. Mooro who engineered th ale of the American Tin IM.tto Com pany to' the corporation. Mr. Held nd milted that hit had been ronsultat frei- ly nnd frequently about It. Judge Dickinson then took Mr. Held in hand aguln. 'You and your associate had no In tentlon of monopolizing the bualncea?" he asked. "Nn." is l Mr. llfttri. 'Didn't you get together to regulate prices?" NO. "Didn't you combine lo mak prices stable and In order to make mor profit than you could In open competi tion?" Mr, Reld thought a while, hesitated and answered; "Well, we might have hsd thst In mind." Jacob Meurer, a metal dealer, of Ilrooklyn, followed Mr. Iteld nn the Mand. lie snld that after the formation of the American Tin rlato Company he was unable .to buy lock piste from It. Retteatedly'he had asked for quota tions, but he was told it was not selling It. This wa ror n psnoit or two year Mi rnemntlnn flr thi. mmhine. In the mean time no independent compa nlea had sprung up from which block nlate could be bought. Mr. Mcurrr, therefore, was forced to Import It, He had to nay much more for the Importnl material than he had to pay for the American product before Ihe formation of Ihe American 'fin rintn company, ENGINEERS AID BOARD IN LOCATING TUNNELS. William narrlay Parsons, who built the present subway nnd t'now tho en gineer for the interborough, appeared at 4he opening of the subway confer ence this afternoon, with lilni were Consulting Dnglnwr Deyo ot the Inter- borough, ttud Consulting Knglneera Mlnden nnd Davies of iUt II, It. T, Mr. McAncny's IT.POO-a.year consulting en slneer, Kmest Goodrich, was nlso on hand. The presence of tho engineers at tho conference, which was ntemlcd by l the Public Hervlco Commissi ner ex rept J. Hcrsesnt Cram, Imllc-ttrd tin the ctmferers were about lo go lectin! rally Into the ubot of tlio Brooklyn lunnrls. These tunnels appenr to be tho mumbling block against closing up the subway plan, thu interborough pro touting against tunnels whero. the It, II, T, wants them am) tho , R, T, pro trstlng agulnst the tunnei th l iter' borough want, HOW BOLAND SET ARCHBALD TRAP Coal Operator Decided to 'Act After Being Asked to Cash Judge's, Note. f PLANNED A CULM SALE. Then Told Interstate Com merce Commission of His Ten Years' Fight With Jurist. WASHINGTON. May U.-Th Invetl gallon of charge agalnit Judge R. W. Archhald of th Court of Commerce wa resumed to-day by the House Judiciary Committee. Allen D. Cockrell, a con fidential dark In the Interstate Com merce Commission, wa the first wit ness. Mr, Cockrell prepared the memorandum of charges agalnit Judge ArotrtteM, which was auWltted by Interstate Com missioner Meyer. Cockrell mad note of th charges a outlined to Comml. si oner Meyer by W. P. Roland of the Marlon Coal Company of Scranton. Pa. Ho produced a copy of th memorandum which wa read Into the record. The memorandum aft forth that aotn years ago th Marlon Coal Company- owned by th Dolaeid brother had a manager a man named Pael, who wa discharged and Aled tuft for breach of contract. A demurrer wa filed In this esse and W. P. Roland declared that K. J. Wlllla.m cam to him with a HM note signed by Jitflg .Archibald, asking htm to discount it. Roland re fused to discount It and the demurrer wa not austalnsd, and the caae It atlll pending. The memorandum set forth the state ment that Roland "determined to trap" Judge Archbald In torn deal which would unfit lilm for th beach. Roland thereupon, according to tha memorandum, sat thi trap with the Katydid culm bank transaction with the Krie Railroad a th vehlcl, and Edward J. William as the agent In thi plan. All this was while the Mghterage" case wa pending In the Commerce Court. Tho negotiation were carried out until notand posed them to tha Government official. The memorandum also stated that th cir cumstance rotated to the Marion Coal Company and th Delaware and Lacka wanna Railroad before the Interstate Commerce Commission. Mr. Roland was so full of hi ten yr' fight for bl right' said .Mr. Cockrell, "that hi narrative required several hour to tell, but In the memo randum I mrly e: down th aallent point." CONTRADICTS STATEMENTS OF "OPTION" WILLIAMS, Mr. Cockrell nartlolpated in th con ference with Allorney-Oeneral Wick- crahnm later whm the t3olands related their charge to him. He was asked tr Edwnrd J. William when Attorney- Oeneral Wlckereham showed tilm pho tographic copies ot the papeT In the case had repudiated any ot thent, as he ha since done before the conunlttee. Williams did not dlipute any of Uy papers." ld' Cockrell. "He iden tified them all and admitted that ho had signed them." Mr. Cockrell also aald that Williams Identified th assignment contract In which Judge Archbald was referred to a a "silent party." This Williams M nVd befor the committee, though ac knowledging bis signature. On cross-examination A. 8. Worth- lngton, counsel for Judge Archbald, asked Mr. Cockrell If W. P. Roland had said anything about any 'other I-'ederal Judge. Cockrell declared that Roland, In conference with Commis sioner Meyer, Feb. 11 last, had an affi davit made by some ona In Hcranton referring to a breach of promise ault before a Federal Judge In Scranton, "Till wa a matter not supported by anything but the statement at hand," said Cockrell. "It did nof.ap pear worth much on Its face, ana It wa deemed Inadvisable to mak any reference to It In these proceeding." j. ii. itittennouse or scranton, a civil arid mining tt.glneer, testified that th number of tons In the Katydid nulm dump aggregated moro than 10,000. It wa negotiated for in the option from the Krle by William and Judge Archbald a something ir.nr than 40,000 tons. The aggregate, value of th content. Rlttenhouss estimated, waa $17,515. Th option were to have cost William and Archbald U,900 FIVE WORKMEN BURIED IN CAVE-IN; FOUR RESCUED. Crowd Works Half Hour to Get Fifth Man, With Small Chance of Saving His Life. Five workmen were burled under rudden vavr-ln ot sand and none in nn excavation at Nineteenth avenue and Klghly-fourth street, Hensonliurst, this anernoon. ronr oi mem were dug out and oi vim luted within n few minutes. but a big crowd of volunteer spent more than half an hour In reaching the fifth man, and he waa apparently dead when removwl from tho hol. v The man wore dlkslne h trenrh in lh middle of Ihe street for h line of pipes. Recent rains hsd looeen'ed the earth, 'bill the sides ot tho trench were not adequately hored up. The cave. In happened without warnlnr. A hook and ladder oompaay rendered efficient aid In getting t the four men wlln wete resjuod alive. Owing to dir flctilty nnd doluy In getting medical aid the last man taken out had umall rhance of recovery, oven had a little life remained in nis nooy, ACTIVE SECURITIES. t'nli.l fltitee gteel. M.SCO hir; Km.11im. 01,300 !: i Hittn; UMsb Vtlkr. tA.iOO rttMi iia txr. 30.000 ! I Union taeuV sa4 iamtcaa MaMlUsg, 1,000 ta ,UO ibttM. aM, TOLD AT HEARING E E OF EVELYN THAW Wife of White's Slayer Did Not . Bring Youngster From , Hamburg, They Say. The report that Kvelyn Netblt Thaw, wife of Harry K, Thaw, was a mother of an Infant son twenty-one months ol6;,r,tvas born In Hamburg, Germany, and thV she was preparing to with draw all claims on the Thaw family rid devote an Independent life to her son's 'upbringing was thoroughly, dis credited to.dny by many In' a position to be cognisant of Mrs. Thaw' affair. Tt waa ald by those who were In close touch with Mrs. Thaw at the time alleged as the data ot a baby' birth that she. had 'not gone to Rurope, but hT continued lo appear publicly In this city with many friends and that slnco that VI me ha continued In as-pclntlou with people who would know ol .hs ex istence of a ohlld If there was one. Prom a peraon who act In a rtspon- sibl position between the Thaw famllv arid Mrs. Thaw The Evening World got tp-dV a moat emphatic denial of th report. Roger O'.Mar of Pitts burgh, who ha assisted the Thaw family In 1 fight to secure Harry Thaw's f'edon' for the last six years. characterised the 'report that Evelyn Thaw w,:ba mother of a twenty-one- montns-oi. uon as rlulouioiia. T. R. AN EGOTIST AND DEMAGOGUE, TAFTSAYSINOHIO (Continued from First Psge.) er he recants and says that well, he has changed his mind about It I would not want your vote if I had to take back wftat I realty 'believed wa for your interest, whether you liked It or hot. Rut I appeal to you whether It is a S',Uare deal for a man to change right in the nick when he wants votes, although we both were for reciprocity. Now that Is a condition I would like to have you atudy. I ask for a square deal," CROWD APPLAUDS THRUSTS AT ROOSEVELT. Although the weather wa cold and raw with occasional rain showers when Mr. Taft (poke at Caldwell, the crowd filled ithe station and frequently ap plauded his references to bis adminis tration, and his thrusts at Col. Roos velt. The President launched out first with a review of th legislation enacted dunjng his term In the White House. ins contrast or a uoiicit or loo.ouo.ooo when he first took office ltn a surplus of t to, 000,000 now drew the first cheor. "If," aald Mr. Taft, "X believed that mare audacity of tamat would carry thla eleotloa X wonld despair of th Hepatite." After the review ot his administra tive achievement, the President re turned to criticisms of Mr. Roosevelt. Referring to the Colonel's continued "mlMtatement" cf his Toledo speech about government of tho people, Mr. Taft shouted, "Do you believe that this Is .the way for ono President to trc.it another?" "No, no," came th answer from the audience. "I bellev on thla account Mr. Roose velt ought to bo visited with the punish ment ot defeat," contlnutd Mr. Taft. "I'm opposed and I think X ought to be opposed to the ronomlnatton of Thoo dore Roosevelt because ot tho wild con stitutional principle that he Is advo cating a already embodied In Ihe Pennsylvania platform, and will con tinue to embody In other platforms and Indeed In the national platform, If he continues tno same course mat ne now indicate he la going to pursue. "Mr. Roosevelt says tli.it 1 am the creator of bosses, and that everybody who I for me Is a bois, and they are all against htm. Well. I deny that. I would like to ask It Mr. Klynn of Penn sylvania 0E Mf. Walter Brown or Ohio re not bosses supporting Mr. Roosevelt, and It Mr. Dan Hanna Is not support ing Mr. Walter Rrown through hi newspapers In every way that helps tn make an election goT rou win tmnic from Mr. Roosevelt's statements that we ar not going to have any bosses any mor when b gets Into office. I do not know what h I going to do with Mr. Plynn and Mr. Brown when he doe that. H say he represent true government of the people against th bosses: how many bones did he kill In th leven years ot his adminis tration!" The r re silent eoaolndd with thla sesnark, "If you approve of big adaalaUtraUoa, it haa keen th eaatjoaa to aaaataat a XrUat oao afftim, but only ono. again." "On Indtcement," he said, "is the character of the campaign Mr. Roosc velt la currying on, nnd personally I feel that more deeply than any other because J think he,ls to be Indicted for making t'ie kind tit scoutatory and li belous campaign which requires me, the President of the United Htute. In or der to save the cause I represent, to coin out on tlie platform and go about making political speeches in my behalf and domg something that a modest man dislike." That Tired Feeling Thst comet lo you ertrj spring li s lin that your blood It wanting In vitality, Jutt at plmplet ant other eruptions are tgnt thst ll It Impure. On nt tht creit factt of xpronce and observation It thst llond't Uttti partita !' removet Tint Tired t'eal Ing, fives ntw life and courage. Do not delay treatment, but berln at once to take , Hood's Sarsaparilla Ost.it to-day In H'utL liquid form or eaeaeltiig laklau call tarsata. CLUB OFFICIALS CALLED Three official of the National Hport Ing Club and Tom O'Hourke were to day subpoenaed to appear before the Htale Athletic Commleilon Wednesday afternoon to give testimony In the Com- mission's investigation of t'atsey Haley, the club's referee. The probe Is the re mil t ot Haley's sllegeif violation of the Commission's rule that no referee's decisions shall bo given, Holey having officially deilgnated whom he thought Ihe winner of the Jim Stewart dun- to Hmlth 'bnttle lst week. The proceeding ha been looked upon as an effort on the part of the Na tional Club to test the power of tho commission, nnd warm sessions are looked for.jrho officials aubpoetuted are Secretary D(oesorlck, Treasurer Wilson and Referee Haley. Home amusement wa occasioned by the summoning of O'Hourke. as he, formerly managing di rector of the club, now insists he has no connection whatever with the' or-, ganlsation, but apparently the commh slorters think otherwlie. Attorney-General Cnrmody has taken official ncjtlce of the Investigation and, notified tho commission that he has assigned Deputy McQUoide to conduct the case for tho Stole. Commissioner O'Nell aald this afternoon that In all' probability the commission would fol low tha course taken In the enno of Abe Attell and permit' reporter to bu present durjng tho taking of testimony, it being thought by tli commission that the nwspnper nven would be of, service jn getting r.t the facts or the case. i FATHER SUES MAN WHOSE AUTO KILLED DAUGHTER. Trial of Hough's 825,000 Dimagc Action Against Kosenheimer in Supreme Court. An echo of tho kilting of Grace M. Hough, nnd the subsequent trial and acquittal of Kdward T. Rosenhelmer, of "The Roses," Pelhnm, was heard In Justice derard's part of the .Supreme Court to-day, when the trial of the suit of Walter R. Hough, the girl's father, to recover 25,000 dAmages for her death from Rosenhelmer. was be- gun beforo a Jury. Miss Hough nnd a companion were driving In a runabout In Pclham Park- way, the Bronx, on the evening or August 18 last. When the runabout was run Into by an automobile driven by tho defendant nnd Miss Hough was thrown out and killed, her neck being broken. Her companion, Anna McCabe, received Internal Injuries and fjeorgr Dodder, who was driving, suffered ae vpre bruises. The driver of the automobile put onl full speen nnd noil. Anniner nuiuinu"" 1st gave the number of the automobile 'lo Ihe police. The Call an law, which made It a 'felony to drive away after nn accident, had Just gone into eftect, nnd Rosenhelmer was arrested and In niri.rt for violating thla law. The same testimony that was adduced at the trial , In the Criminal Part -of the Supreme , Court, before Justice ociorman. was oi- fered In the econu irisi, dui ine cmr waa not concluded. Taft Oet Wyonilnn Vote. CHnYBNEE, Wyo., May 13. The Re- publican and Democratic Btate con ventions met to-day to select delegate to tho Chicago and Baltimore National Conventions, respectively, and to name National Committeemen. Twelve of the thirteen couniy Helena- tlons to the Republican Conven.lon ra vore"u Taft lnetructlon. Iteport (Irs. Oroseo Wa alnln. Jl'ARKZ, Mex., May 13. Rumors nre r'Citoni. here that Oen. Oroaeo Is dead, tt Is reported that Jie was Killed liv iris own men. Mtssnges received liero a late a 10 o YlocX to-day wera signed by the nrbel chief, and conflr irvil-'on of the report is lacking. TAKE DELICIOUS Removes the scum from NATIONAL HEADACHY CONSTIPATED gussy, bilious stomacn; cleanses your liver and 30 feet of bowels without gripe or nausea. If headachy, bilious, ditty, tongue coated, stomach sour and full of gas, you belch undigested food and feel sick and miserable, it mean that your lier is choked with sour bile and your thirty feet of bowels are clogged with effete waits matter not properly car ried off. Constipation is wone thau most folks believe. It means that thn waste matter in the, thirty fret of bowel decays into poisons, gases and acid and that these poison are then sucked Into the blood through the very duett which should suck only nourish ment to tuitain the body. Mott people dread physic. They think ot caitor oil, salts and cathftilic pill. They shrink from the after effects to they pottpone the dote until they get sick; then they do this liver and bowel cleansing in n heroic way they have a bowel wnthday Special fr RUriay. the 131b affo v.le. pouvt) Box 1UC MONDAY'S OFFERING BtNODKT JKr.l.IES 18c aue. pouJJD n(JX Park Bow and Cortlandt ttreet lortt Ill our stem ooeii BsIiitiIst Milk Chocolate Covered Filbert Clusters TsttV and nourishing filberts, hussins esch other underneath n outer Jacket ot our 1'iemlum rsk Milk Chucolatp. .-fHl POUND nox GIANTS WIND UP SERIES WITH CUBS BATTING ORDER. Now York. Chicago. nevore, if. Doyle. 21.. Hnodgrass, cf. Murray, rf. Merkle, lb. Herxog..1b. Bhafer, Vs. Meyer, c, Bhockard, If. .IchiiHe, rf Moore, ss. Ilofman, of. Zimmerman, lb. , Kvers, 2b. " Lennox, 3b. Archer, c. Tesreau, p, i lavender, p. Umpires Rlgler land Flnneran. (flrcUl to Ti;Tm!n World). CinCAGO, III., )fay la.-The nnnl bat tle of the scries between the (Hants an! tho Cuba wni Maged at t!i9 West Side grounds this afternoon; Tho ground were still Jirt-tty soft nnJ slow from the heavy downpour of yesterday, but the bright sunshine all morning had dried up the worst p.ut of mo!s;irrt. BATTING ORDER. CCew York. 7.lnn, cf. Martin, . Dalan. "ll. Cre. If. HartzrII, rf. Hlminons, lb Oardner, 2b. Street, c. Detroit. Hush, si. Jones, if. Cobb. cf. ' Crawford, rf. J. Delehnnty, : Morlarty, U. Ilauman, 3b, Stanage, c. Vaughn, p. Works, p. Umptrrs-Westervelt nnd O'Ldughlln. AMBRIOAN M3AOUE PARK, ,NKW YORK, May 13. Dark cloud overhung the hilltop thi afternoon ind there wa dampness In the air a tl.e Highlanders nd tho Tigers went to the mat for tho second time. Vaughn wis aont In to Pitch for the Highlanders and Street took the Job behind the bat, notwith standing the fact that Sweenoy waa on the ground ready to atnrt. Tho only change. In the Detroit line-up was the substitution of Jones for Vltt. Despite, the threatening weather n rrnn-l nf (.' Katnorert to seo tho pastime, - " ""nounceil just beforo the I game that Ouy Fisher, the substitute I rather had been released to Portland, Ogon. PIMLIC0 RESULTS, FIRKT RACE. Two-yenr-olds; selling: five furlongs Old coin. 109 (Hopkins). I lo 1, 7 to 5 and 2 to 1, won: Captain El liott. Jos (Piiuitlnger), 1 to 5, 9 to 10 and 1 to 3. np;omi; Rinifllng, 109 (McTag. p.irt), C to .1, 1 to 2 nnd nut. third. Time, 1.031-5. Gcrrard. Doc T .try. Rig Dip per, Fred Levy and Mama Johnson also ran. ! Special ! tAiyoX The New" Fabric Far Pein'eoit awl . Mid-May Sale At All Star CARPET J. k J. W. WILLIAMS Tel. 300 Columbia. Bit. 5673. OLEANINQ 353 Witt 541.11. SYRUP OF FIGS." the tongue, sweetens a sour, That is all wrong. If you will take a teaipoonful ot delicious Syrup of Figs to-night you will never realise you have taken anything until morning, when all the poisonous matter, sour bile and clogecd-up watte will be moved ou and out of your system, thoroughly but gently no griping no nausea no wenknett. Taking Syrup of Figi ii a real pleature. Don't think you arc drugging yourself; it it composed entirely of luscious fjgt, senna and aromnlics, and constant use con not cuute Injury, Ask your ilrugslst for "Syrup of Figs and Klixir of Sepna," and look for the name, California Fig Syrup Company, on the label. This is the Scnuino old reliable. Any other Fig yrup offered ae.gocxl should be refused with contempt. Don't be imposed upon. Trad Mark.) Special lor Tuesday, the Hla Vl'rri f'Kl'TTI CHCASI 4A. lUnetKtf. li.V. tslue. 1IIC roi'.VD nox vV TUESDAY'S OFFERING M'KOIAI. AKHOKTKII CHOC 19c Mtr. value. rot'XD llOX prn err ejenlee until 11 b'rlwic. etrnln until 1 1 u'l lue U. 54 BARCLAY fll PARK ROW .N ASSAM rcWaZ06 BROADWAY t )ti....T ! tptclfUd wslaht in 'eacb laitaac Includes the container. Tilt HILLTOPS AGAIN TACKLE DETROIT BILIOUS iGittysbarrBattltfij IHKtt'UAI IUUK I'enoaalt Ooadactsd May 25, 1912 $13 from NEW YORK Coveni sQ aidtfT ePs OTHER SUMMER TOURS YBewtlH Talk MuaUka I macaaiac wan ;i Nkftra raw Tmmm Ish Meal real Qathe Full IsiorUaa.ef Ticket AanUi C. Stat D. 1. A.. W. Ffdrtek. It.. A. It. P. A.. rifth AtratM, New Terk. or D, N. Ml. A. r. A., Brota Btnet btiiioo, mHaMpnis, i Pennsylvania R. R. We Chtri (or Ctatiet Only. Eyes Eianvned Without Charge. When You Think Glasses Think of "Ehrlich" SerVice i IT MEANS SAFETY i Because you entrust your eyes to registered-'- eye physicians of long experience. IT MEANS ACCURACY,: Because the glasses are ; i i . meets to yuur eyes oy skilled opticians. IT MF.AM.Q PmNnMVt Because it saves the ' uvuuoi a mi aiuuuui- ing. to $3 or $5. Perfect Pitting Glasses, WJIO to Sit J Vtlth Unocal licnsei, et.au to 1 Halt a Can fur v In Business. 223 Sitth Ave., 1 5th St.2 1 7 B'way.Attor Ma 350 Siith Ave.. 22d St. 101 Nimu, Ann Si 1 7 Wett 42d-Bet. Sth & 6th Avei.. Ntw Y m Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St., Brooklyn Clothin $2 dwb $1 Weekly will .keep you and your fimhy wtj atatea. You can open an 'xcount with at the above terms on anv bill. No "lis," No "String'l Select your Ladles' or Gcntlcmenl Clothes here and enjoy the benefit! of our EASY CREDIT Come to either of our two atoraaJ and see the wonderful bargains wfl are offering. Men's and womenrsj Suits, elsewhere tS, 2i and 22, 1 Our Price, $11, $14 &$ll 2274 3dAv. j7W.HthS.; bt, ISSd ISMth f bet. Sth th Art. OrEN TIUU r, M. t.MMi. Hs.iii. nil.. ' Prnvpc Rpnpffirial i iwiww aewttwi iwtitif Some time ago 1 was afflicted, fit Kinney anu uiaaaer trounie ana wa I able to obtain any relict from other mi irinca, so sent for a sample bottle of yq3 awamp-isooi. i received so much txi fit from this small bottle that 1 purch a Inrgn bottle of tho druggist. cont ued the use of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.Rt until regarded myself at cured and i now in very Bond health. 1 recomniet rd it to a neighbor who has used It wl tne tame results. , I rceard your remedy. SwatnB-.Ro a preparation that will do all yon eh fof it. MRS. ALBERT STERNER. Crettona, r'Z rersoually appeared before me I l.Uh ot September. 1000. Mrs. .Alb Sterner, who subscribed the abovo tta ncnt and made oath that tha tan i true in substance and in fact, C. A. r,ttr to Sr. Xlltaar ft Oq., Blsfhamton, X. T. Prtr What Swamp-Root Will Da Far Yea Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, K. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will Also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling . nil about the kidneys and bladder. When '' writing, be turo and mention tho New ft Yntl; bvcuing World. Kegular fifty, cent and one-dollar sizo bottles for tale nt nil ilruit ntun-ii. . DIED, KKN.VRDV. At HoboktuK. J on M 10, AHTHUit 11, KUNNISbr, astl OS years, dtarly btloved husband ot Bar Ouklt'. Funeral on Tuesday, May 14, Item alt lata residence, 1US1 Hudson St., at y.VO; thence to the Church of Our tady ot Orsce, cornar ot 4lh at, and Willow v hre a solemn tilth mats will k ot. fered, Interment Calvary Cemetery. JHE1JP WTMLE. Ilia, oilier oork. ltrta film; tood chtoct for nl. faucroacDt. Addreu Id Mritiai a iih DOG GON' 1T- That'FUN"book given every week uith the' Sunday World jutt makes me laugh 111. yeggs' 11