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fILLCOI X) SHORTS PARLEY OX SUBIVJrS. Chairman Explain* Attitude of P. V Commission. From correspondence irhfc* lit* i«aao4 1-ctween Thr«:.>r* 1\ *hrr.t?. pii-sidejit of the lnterhor-nigh nnpld T-ansit Company. «n« Wininm k Wtllco*. » hsirraan of the |'üb:k- •ervl'v Coiami^sicr. r.i*t which «as »nadf> public •ei^ay. ntw l-^it M threw n ».»« the .juMilr aititud- toward the extension of rapiJ txant-it lines In this city. Mr. r^ionts write* that he Is cf the °1«ln ion that the coairriwioii ami th*» InUi iMlii; are In accord a* to The phyt**! ie*r.inv «>r trie later** DropeatUoo lor lbs thhrd-tratkln* tt XI" elevated Iln?s. H« *:so agi-ees with th«> *ia!«cm*nt of M- Wtneox that It tt;:j probably tost t«i» as BUCfe to build MJHI UN i«re*ent time ••.ci.mpi.red with lh<- ■■!■■■. under *lileli the present (e-bway *'•»» lajCt. He pays h«- tielievew thst In view of the fait that t!i? curt or .'jn'ratlon is ;:t this time coiT"S!)OJiiliTS(r!y hijfl:er tiaii at the time of the oj>rnlnc of tl«e iiret*'nt > the Tr.tfrtjortr.arli"* pn»|ioxiUon to irtiiMi tta own money to build Fiibx»»y* and to «H«ra4e them miirr th« genaral t»rm« «>f l!'* oortra<ns reiaUnc t . i the *"ilstinp tiub v«\s should br eiitlsfa^ory tu'th« city's • IteTei-iiui; t« tiM Interliorouch** attitude *il liif'.yiinjf that it« proj<o*lUon *!»•■: !>e aesjMßied or rejected M *• Mtd Mr. Wlll <«a MptWi thst th«* ni»»-ioi» mm no «JlrniaTl»-e but to rrjert thft rroin-.-al and tf» i»ujrg^rt That the company «ui>nin | »ww .•D* or n.<lcat« It* wtlllnpße*s t. BBOMtf the terms of the proposal that MM brrn \,i:ji r con«lder;-tjon. The IMW MMi that the Intcrbor aujMi ba< named ar» as follow*: Perejivh avtiiue ltn< , *xtendinp from Time* R»juare down iVvmtli aventie. Wwt itroad^H y and Oreeawifli • • • to the Kji» terx. This line v. »ii.i \»- v four-tiiu-k tub way from Time> ?quar»^ to t'ar.tl 1*« tracks *xten<llo»f t« th»> Ha'.tery. unil ln» via <~anai i«trf«t. Marihauan liriiice t •- nd K>::tbti^U a\*njie ext»-n*i«oi. to <-on- : i.ect wiih vnur linr in iirutiklsi». Aladipon av«-nue Jln*. «-xtei^liJij; from I'atic avrniie and Sth «=Tre.-t. t:p J.'adi«on *vii», lo oonn»»d tvttli the jrvsenl fu'j ««y near M3th irtr.^n and vitli thr Jfrome j •venue .^l.nat^i lint- near lfiotb Mrret. \\ i-M. h.-vt.-r nvcr.i;*- jine. to «o::»w< t witli jour pOMtm Hm» flt Bactbef 15>»i!rvard , •tid \\>^»che».iej ttviiuc and to (\ifiid to ' Y'rli.Hin Hay l'»rk. Mr. Willcsx'ii I 111 l I l>ll lilt <lf tIM terms i •n which th«? ctonjuiny will UTwl^itake the rwutraetton jnd o)»rr;i.:iici <>f tlif iiro;w>s*si | ••xtentilotis i.< rxpre«s<*»l i:i the following tvtract from hi* latter to Mr. Bbaote: Yi'i ha'. ■- M&tr-d that Uio«-»> Mtift- ti'.ust 1-e bull* m* "extra wcirk" uniier •■!•>. tra^t N«. 1. »h»* oriKinnl contrail lor l ).•- cm- I Mmctioa and epwttei <>f Dm nrnwm ' «»•>■ f»-oni City Hall north. e>.«^pt tlint yon obtain the money di_-e«-i!y. Instead "f InCuwcUy. bf usinir the «ityV credit. tli«? • ■>>' :>.ijis ii!HTt'z«-.| ..ut if Varnbips ;is at present . \ «'U «1m» ,i.m>i thill thf rjty must pro- I \ldo the rieht or uay and M;i3iuii sit*>s > »«n<l lt.-*i:nte a!) liability t.i t*»Tflhn |irop- ' «ity W-sm ••♦.rept mi.-I, !ani:>t;e. us' may •»•• n«-ifli*etitlv cau.*fd !f>- yen in ( «.nbtruc- ' tion Mork Tlii.- m^ans tliai the t:tv must «!• Iriy the «->iM «'f all rt-ai rstai*- laktn for iij:l-"ts of *»!. s?Mtioa>. ronnectioni. y,i U fur : :er state that ynu mast :.» »11..«rw« a l! t»if- I farorabl* tona.tru.tJon privil»-gt>« outit v ii.*«] , in ilie contract und-r \vl:lr>, v,» tirej-ent rubT\ay nu built. Tie letter pc»ea on to tf\e t),* reasons on «hi«-!i the commission M in reiectins tr<- vropen] ..f On Estertaoroosh. Uri-flj-. U>ey ere a» lrftlonrs: i- Ti.o roadamrotm] objection to rour piopoMtinn iK th:.t ft docs not d<«! mjth the rapid transit j.n.l.letii in v broad, net ti'iH'litaii vn> . ' ?. fn.Vr Hi- jiui.-o «.f extr-n>lons it i« j.ro !«o-«l o,at this .-ommtMion shall nuthortz.; >H»U to rcinslrupt. »-]Ui|> atid <>J>#Trit.- vliat l«t xntually h mw s.im-ii: in Manhattan upon term* that .ire tnuiii tnor#> f^voriil.le »•» >.ni tiian tlir .onmiis'-jnii ha- any au thority u» pram t-> an indrjnnd»-r.t ' c>m i»*»iy. ~. \o\tr jir«ipn«ition In rertai-i re»peo:»t ;«^k* thai you |h- pi^^n t^rtus loss f«vora bta t.i tl.r city thaii those rontain.-.l la • ..i;iTr««-: No. 1. ». V<>'i uls.. in>i«.« that vij^:, t.-iN*-; its fhall m )«-vi«»<i hjmiii jour eamtmar in roTnie.- t«on w»;th l lit- ntt line* Hiali \»> |. a id by t'.e rtty. j. The commission oontidcrv that it would \-- uuwise in piv* you a fr*nrh.lb>> und<"r « fiti-ii there would 1-e no rhariiip «f r»-onts vltb the c'.ty. AUdlUotial rraauiis for t;;e /^jmrni»*ions »ititud«» are the Interbonjus!i»- refusal to ciw Tl»« IJrenx iitfascj traiisii farilltirs on the Itne-« laid down by tlje « tjinimssiou x-i'l the rotnpary'i poli.y of n,, coinj.ro ;:•: •• on the present pr0;.0.-at. Mr. Will <-A aiso rllscJSM» at Irngtii the lnterb<jr onzU'n propcisttionj relaiins to the tl.tnl trs.klrp of its elevate linos, v. matter >:p«n <rtiioh the .'omjuiny and th* cotunils #ion never have i«-<fn J.M* to MJPM. DIES NEAR PARENTS' OEAVES. %*y Suicide's Body Found in Whit« Plains Cemetery. The body of a j ourm man. fubsequently liseiitJCed as t!.»t of VN'lliiam 11. «arapbell. of No 51* West U<>!h MMt, was found jiMrrtlay momiTsr cro-j. hed in th<- doorway ««f • burial «u!t <.f the White I'lains OtlWtci.t. not one hundred fert from the C*M of his fatter and mother, who wcrt ha itM] iMI year. N>ar by mas a:i <--mpty ♦•ottiev wiii'-b. ar;*-are<3 t.» have ronta!n<--d k « «rbolio a^id, nt.'i tljcre w«-r* "iiurri*, as trora 8.-trld. oi. tlje yuunc man* lips and handa. V A cork f;ttinK the bottle fas found li« v, j"«kct <»f bia r«j«t. Th« liody was oolda und in the o\enurned bat were tnr^ft !n«:hes of *ater. Identtflea tion W&S ni:idr by a visitinij card oa vhSch !tis4 ■ t**n written: ''KJe^se notify Mrs. «^or«» Starlcin*. of Xo. srA Wett u^th »tr«<t» New -York City." Mr*. 0-orc Starkltis iii.d iln-. A. O. Ap- I'l<«»te, aunts of the youth, when informed .<f hi» death. ba!d lie had srlevtd continu ii!lv*n<r ilif d<a'h of his parent;-. He was twecty-on- yrars '.Id. *nd lmd bc*n rm rloyed for iseveti years by a jeweller nuinr-d I<< i.dtx. at Third avenue hnd 49th nr»-et. The >•(..; .j» :nan vas »!<e cf TLt«n.'(Jore « ampbHl i»Jid »rraiid«'>ii of <ieonre 'Wasli firton C"jitni'!» 11, ben jTominent in Wost erter County lwforv th'ir <s<a?!.. NEW ROUTE FOR WATER Chtaff Proposed for Tunnels to Supply tbe Borough*. Tlk llcr.rd «f !>tlxuate and Apportion ment w:ll «->n IH.-cemb.-r M lic-ar m«ny of ■he details of a <!»ange «if j»lan by the Hoard of Wiiti-r Supply for d«li\<-rinif vjMer (a «!1 Itw lK»rotJjjlin from tfaa pro jr.-^ed riew JlllUi'W reservoir, .lu«it l>elow Moui;t \trii'". rrrsulf-nt Ib-nM "t Hie Hoard or Water huiiply na\« Hiat tUe «-o«t of tii»« de;jv*ry I--1..W Hillview icwnoir is included In the /-riclJial tMiroate of |Kl,"ui»,<iOu, and that lh»r riiai;eo of route now » onu-mj.|;«ted Is in th« of i ronomy an«l efficl«ncy. It is pro;..»«-ed to tra\«Tße Urn Horouph «>f Munliattan. usinK a fT'-ssure tunnel tti-uuffii lhl« I'i'i'jri and tkroujr!i the riiii#<lji> of T!jc IJronx and a portion of nr'-.*.t« r. i ■' RETAW j THE NATIONAL BRACER THE MORNING AFTER ■ K*4»v. la a ef»rk!lnr treated water j «:.d MMI epecdlly In caa«a of Nervous ! JJ«ada«.-be. Braia Katia-uo. D^precslon . toMuutaff .KiciAiollc and otlier Uxct-af*". | '' ' arpT/;j» i«a2:ati\ n --.id ! > Arker. Mrrr^ll /r Cfcaitt* ■» <>"i*l». | «.1u»», fafe. •»»1 111 iMfl «r fh» Itrtanr ; Uatrr <«... 13 IW.K.UuI! Mf.-ci. (((;. ' GRAH. SAYS IMON nnx< HISE CHANGED. Board of Estimate Kn joined in S,,i:!h Shore Matter. The «-hlt-h«- rulon >e*Urday obtained iioin Jui-tlee McLean. 111 the Bupr*-me Court, an order to show cause and .> tem potary injunction --.-•.linliie the lUiard >•' Kstlmste and Apportionment fmni pro c*«»dln* furtl.r ia the matter of the fran chise, contract pp!i^«l N» by ll<% pouth fhore Traction «*ottipa?.>. The board Is tl.ereM, completely tied up on that matter until Monday, \en the «>rJ«r Is r-turnable lefore Justice s?fabur>\ The board if ordered to show «*auae why It phould not be n lanently cnjolne.l from carrying out its proposed modified contract with Hm Fouth Shore Tr»-tton Company, which company *erure«l its original contract with the city on May 2». That BMMM called for the operation of cars over the Queen*boro Hridge and over certain adjoining roads In yueens County, and the original contract Kpedned in re turn, among other things, t!u*t in. city ■boald i-.-Mvr a en«h payment of *».«») and a »-erl.>« of minimum annual pa>m*nts during the |lf# of th. franchise, which was twenty-fl\e >*ars\ ai. ( .i ixim;iitug upward of flA.ftrt ar.d running in- the last ye years of trie franchise up to close to $!(».••• a year. Ji. TIM ortßtnal contract also these annual |>aym«itn ir*r« ppeelflcally named as Nlng 'In addition to"' any aal alt ta*«*» or franchise fee.«. SIEETIXa AFTER APPBOVAI*. The CttiactU I'nlon bases it* action for an injunction nol«iy .11 the. xn>int that the Hoard of I>t)ina;e. by a utuuilniou* resolu tion on November 11 approve the proposed modification of ttta original contract and tbca called ■ iNtblle hearing OB It tot I» i-rmber 1". gcMIM ..f ltx-i.l :■■• iti. » may be blamed for the extraordinary speed with which the propoMtd modified franchiw contract was rushed through tlir Board ff Uatlmate, and particularly through it* le< - t committee apiulntxd I." KK»k into the South Shore Traction Company* uppliciiUon for a iiiodl ll.-d oootFact. subsequent to N"\«*in' ■ 2, according to the view of the matter taken by the CMMM Union. They purpo»« tii»* this move shall be only the first in h series of ■inn!..' taxpayers' action*. to be held •* a ebeek upuii the activities of the retiring hoard during the last t- ■« »t kf of tt.s tenure. t William J. Fchieffelin. chairman af the L'itit>r,s I'nlon, brought the suit as a tax layer's action. «'HAX«;i:s IX CONTRACT. A f « v nf th' glarinc p»:int!» >>f difference in th*- iiio-llflt^l contra.t. as apj>ro\e<l by the cnttr»- lw.aril on November 1J and the HfaJnaJ fraachlM •■oiitra^-t as Kratit.vj on May S>\ arc as follow*-: 1. The PMai «-ash |.aviii.-nt la th«* city na> reduced in the im.»difi»xl t*ontract t< turn. I. The series of nnn'mum ann.i;-l t»a> ments during ii\c year tt-rtns vere reduced a- foMawa: In th»> thtr.l uv year period the original contract «*all»-d l'<>r an annual payment to Tin- city of I per • ••' of ib< gr».s« r.-.-*>ipt» it J!^<«*> ca.«h if rh« " per •♦-it t-hould fal betow ttiat figure. The moditifd contract call< for .'. p*r «-ent of the gross* rtpta <>r J7.<«*i. a* tlie „ |«er cent should tall t> luw it, at ligure. Jn thf fourth fivo y*>f.r t>eriod <t.. orig inal contract . Hii*d for an annual i«\tt)<>ti to the <-ity of •; t>cr cent of the xro-- r«» c.ipts. or $!(.>•! if the • I>er cent should rail Ih low tliat tijnjro. while tlje m<idirte<l coDtract r«-duc«-«l these inual i>a>mcntsi for the same ;..-r:c»1 to '■' per • ant of th«s grn".< receljit«. or JT,<X«». In i ■ •• Nftli live y»-ar pertod the original contract <alle«i lor 6 v>er . •♦• nt or Sl*.:*"! if tlie t> jM-r cent should fall below that figure, and the tiii.iijv;.Mi contract reduces that «>onipeni^atiori u» the city to m»k*.- i' equal with that uf ' -c other live year (i>-ri.<i nifi.t ii— natneiv. 7% \x-r cent, or J7X"". S. 1m the Uf UltuaJ cf>ntra<t *ach and i«l of ti.-— various c<im|H-nsatlon^ t.. th* city by the company were si*-e!tie«l as being "in addition to"' iill iaxe« ..r trail chise fee^. w title the modified ■•ontract makes them "in lieu or* mj<-1i t. \< and fees'. On S*"iitcia:jer iZ the company applied, to tbo n»_rard <>f Ftstlmatc for these modifica tions and for one Other, tlie latter a request for ■ MMtaaal ttaM la which to peeara ton .••ents from property owners. r* the last r»am«Ni paaaaaMaa tli»- Oltlr»ns L'nlou makes no objection. • \ir> IT mas DEBXRABUEL Prcstdent UcOowaa of the Boanl of Al rfTinen, Controller Metx f>f*«l T<'>r«ujti Prea ider.t.* Ahearn and <ir» ■-.-• . of Manhattan aad Qooesa constituted th. aalaal «.onunit tec of the Doard of Estliuatf which c«>n*ld ned t!^ cctnpan>-*s appli<-atior. for the mod 13ed <-ontract. and in tlietr npjort to the — Ul« \*>*r<l on November U they uald they had heard tlie aaajaal lar the >-omp;< oil the matter. la th'lr report th*y r*-otnntendvd the granting of the ajpHaatlaa for t''»- madaja contr.i an.l Controller Metz pre«< • a retolotiot;, which was uriatiimously adoptal by the board, f.,vorm* the ,i|i[.:i at am declaring the propo«*-d modifications "de tlrcble and la the public lnt*-re!«L" On N«i\eniL>er ■>. aJatr the Corporation Counsel iiad nrrrovtd tho ••fpcitic form o Krar. 1 ' the board resolved that ••the first consideration of the application -..11 had at tIM public hearing set for r»ecemh-T l'\" and the final bearing was net for I>» cemtjer H. Th«* PVMai hearing BM for a date sjjbse 4Ta*ot t.. the unanimous, approval by the board was then duly .•i\. ru>.si for Decem ber lt\ and the Ci'.irensi l'nlon purposes to fight the proposition thht franchise qoes tlons of a?iy Kind b« practically decided jn cemmittre and thin have a pulille lvari:i« on the fame <juestl<jn!<. FINE CLOTHES DIDN T AVAIL. Unimpressed Depnty Marshals Arrest Wedding Guest. Amjnai In evening clothes, kajk hat *n«i carrying a buuch of row accompanied by his wile and •.. r.,l children. Max Freed, i-leiit of the bankrupt Suflolk Hoarding and i\<-i y Stable, reached I'rogre«« Han, Nos. ?> and 30 Avet.ue A. la?t night, one at the tiMMt di*tmeujt«rif-«i looking gueMK tliat nu to att«i,.i a \\e<\ ding. As Treed stopi>ed from tin- taxlcab h«s was arretted by two .l'|M.ty marshals on a federal warrant charging him with per jury regarding the testimony lie say« .oncerning the diitrlbuti-m of the assets of tin- company. The tiuSolk JJoanlin- and Livery Stables W'-ro at No. 7i I.udlow mi. .t and No. 44 Suffolk t-treet. The in\oluntary petition In bankroptcy was m»-d in May and Kltxrt H. Ifamlin was anjiointe<i receiver. II« i. -tui' a« coutitiel i mi. ■ houi Steindlcr and Ifooatoa, ..I No. i>>; Broadway. liiwm M. utterl»oiir)r. of thl* tirm. taid last ntght that the liabilitieii uf the <on crrn were ?£,.<*•) i.nd that the assets r«- otily »<.<••> 'l"h»- !lrm. Mr. Otterbouri; raid, had bouuht hordes and given prom issoiy notes i-r pail payment, th« notea not falling due until aft<r the proo»»e4tiia,i In bankruptcy had been btarted. TRANSFER CONTROVERSY. Part of P. S. C. s Answer Struck Ont by Conrt Order. The. AwnUatc I 'i\ i«ii.»n of the Fupremi «Vmrt or«Jere<i fli.-; |*ultUr Service Cnmml* nioii \caiterdai l< -tnk.- out hi.i hundreil hill fifty pace* of it» MMI to t!i. re i*iv«T* «<f tin- M«-tropf)litan Street Itailway Company in the < «>ntrovc-r>y over tin; tiana f«-r« on tiie SSth Ftrttt croh.stovm line, kii'.w . J'S the Central I'.uk. North i. Ka. t Btvrra ltaliroad < ••ni|«<ny While ttiiai rev«r«al I- a preliminary de- Uy to tiw commission In <^t«bUßhfns !:■* uuthoiiiy to order tra?i*frr«, it In not be l:- ■-• it that it will li&vc iiny tterioua eflert on the m-rlta of the contru*rcrny in th« :ilt|mste effort tt the r-onitntssioti tv obtum reii.-r for M\-i tMiblic from the traction com- NEW-YO1& DAILY IHIIUNK. THTft»OAT, SOVEMHZR 2.'. I<>oo. COLER'S DENIALS, Satis Charges Arc Inspired h% Spiteful A r>t,i^<i)ii.sf.<. <!raer.sbnro. >,*. C, Xov. 2J.— Pird S. Coler. President of the Hcr..u»;!i of '••• -klyn. ar rived in Greensboro early th)« • • ruins from Charlotte. When lie aaw a T- York tils patch to the effect that lie had . -en charged with iill<<k«hl neglect of duty, ml*nan:«g«- ment. extravueance a:ni i>olltlcal favoritism In selecting subordinuits. Mr. Coler pimply smiled ami said: "Thinjcn like tH.it are always happening in HaM York p<ilUi'-s. and this li merely ona of th« many '.nstano-s af pataMMJ political grievances of the retaliating kind iiikti gateri by the spite of iiMMaalaaal and dis gruntl«vj small men and amounts to uoth« Ing. "After Janu«r% 1. when n".y term us I'ren iie'it if the Uorough of Urooklyn expire*. I Khali tak«- a rent from ofilce confinement and trend most of my time in the South, with Greensboro as hea<lauarterp. aFSlstln? In the de\elor>inent of some fine rejources In this sr.»tion." Mr. <".jl«>r l<»ft here to-night f<«r Hrnok lyn. He nai<i he w.»,iM tak» tip Urn matter In i>-jtMrd to Urn charge* preferred Jtgalnst him inim*«lla;«i;. upon Ma arrival M New- York, aikl expressed I'unfidf'ii'-e In his abil ity amply t<» take care of MMjatfC IMacuxsliie his visit to UM atoMU). Mr. Coler j«aid: "At present the publi.* utilities of troiley, electric, power and ga* development »t Greeneboro and High Point. N. •'. are commanding practically all of my atten tion, but as t-Oon us thOM plans) ar^ com pleted th«* larger plans of interurban trol ley «n.l power development will be active- Ij i>ucli-«i by my«"»if and associates." Mr. Coler declined to say that his syn di«-at<» wan identical with the interests that aro projecting a two-hundred mile inter urbun trolle.- line from Anderson. S. C. via ChMiatM to Greeiiaboro. which is backed by the DalMa, but it is Paid that the BnMMaaaa and Hinii r..int electric service, at th<- li<atl af which is Mr. <\«lf.-, has Ju«t completed an *xii«»!:si\r sub-sta t!on here, and the wiies ».f «h^ South.-m Tower OMMU have been ttrung t.. IBM tta'ioa. Mayor McClellan yesterday received a letter from Jo!>n A. Heffernan. i-ri^at. secretary to Borouph President Coler <.f Brooklyn, asking for bBMMMIt« a.ti..ti on 11m findings agaln.-t Mr. Coler by tiic Commissioners of AeetMMa When Mayor 'l<"]'in was asked iil->iit the. ca*e he MM: "I i=h3'l do my MM M obligo Mr H*-f fernan and is efaicf, Mr. Coler. I aM rolny t.> Princton i..-:ilglit to be gone until Monday, but by Urn MMiM t'f next walk I expect to be able to tako uj> tii«» Coler Matt*; It will not take more than a day «•!■ two ra read over the nmlincs and pttaaMl icatiMMiy, after irhldi i -. j'i m ready to act promptly." In Urn emm of M«an Abaara ami Uaf f«>n t li*» Mayor requested Urn fnMMUaIMi ers of Accounts to prefer chvMi to the Governor, and tho M:r..-i then sent ti,. ohars*"?» to the Governor >vitu a request f>r immediate action. IThtM tho Mayor tan dl»noto. of the charge* in a hurry, the •lovernor cannot work With su>-!i spied, and it Is aoubtfui. t! • r.f.«rr. if t'i. Gov rrn««r. wit!: other niitt.r.-- ptwwiac CMI Rive Mr. Cofer a l ',i|-iii!j l^-fo.^ Jaimar*' I, at w.i. i time Mr. Color retires from office. MOlii: UIKI.S STIiIKK. Throng Clinton Half Manu facturers Confer. Th«- flm imli.-wiion >i, r,. part o; the l.*rge firms of an attrnnit to break »h big strike of rTi*> shirtwaist makers took tlie form of a secret Maattag in ti-e Broad way Central Hatel yesterday aflanwaa t> a4aa4 mmjmmm for Conning a manufaetur erx' MMMfaclaa. The m Tirii? iaat«i atverai aoora, and when it araa o\tr aem of th>: MaajaCactwvn would consent to be latar viewed. Cliarlts ITetabl ■ ■ lawyer for tlie rnanufactureis, nowerer, after tlw meeting :aid: "There 1- nwthiaj to ;.o . ai.i m« . but a Matcment vil! fo« lasocd v.hrn th<- arani r law eotnea. Ti-. strike lh t li«- result o • the clamor o: Urn mik- laaa>ca No jtaMnrta were in:td«: and no complaints ■wcr«» beard until this hysterical strike ua& culled. TIM UH1..11 leaders exaggerate Ihe imiut^-r of tmploycrs who settl^O. .\(.q« of lh«- lat^o firms aaldai or will >rw\* •• It ni stated that one reason for n,. present movement of fh- Li* tirm- t.. 01 ganize MM the drea<; •: .lisaKtrous compe liti'iti in the trade in ca.«e tbe movement 10 settle with the strikers sj-reads to any pre.it extent b*f«.r»- it oaa be rbecked. i»».iinito action will bo i ; .k--: by Urn employers at another mf?eting ilii- afternoon. Th.? stfMag aMrta/aM girls again filled Clinton Ha yesterday. All were in tlr» highest of spiriU, though many af thew i><lmitted t l.ii *_ th«*v had no grievance*, but iviid they did not want to remain at work vhen the others strij.-k. There were more employer* rea«l\- |« Mtta yesterday than on Toeaaay, but it was hard f.ir dMM la push through the crowds mi every stairway and rarrkloi K» Urn offlcc af the secretary uf the. union on the. nfth floor. I*. Witaskln, of the executive committee of UM union, esti mated that tifty manufacturers had set tl*.l up to date, and t'...t l£,<w> more wai>t makers had gone on strike. Mlij-i Bloom, a. seventeen-year-oM Ctriker, x\nf Hi .| |M in Jeflftrson Market court by Magistrate Ccrrigan \'-t'-r.i;i\ ior railing Mii:nic Zorn. v vaial maker. ■ "a.-ab and lngrate," iri.i striking h. r with her H.-t 111 the fate as, slw was going lo work at No. 413 Uroadway. where sho is Maaloyad as- a araiai maker. We Are TruJy Thankful To the Music Loving Public for th- High Esteem in Which They Hold th- Sterling Piano I heir Appreciation Has Bren Expressed in a Very Substantial Manner as Shown by the Remarkable Increase in our bales During the Past Year. Store Clo&etl Thanksgiving Day The Sterling Piano co Lnr£vst #'V<7ii>/» <■ l*iann House in ('.renter AV-n VorA: SIS-520 F : iilton St., Cor. Hanover Place, Brooklyn OIM:N >AFIRI)\Y liVI:NIN<JS. INVASION I?T 15. IJ. T MAY OPERATE HEBE, Seeks Manhattan Extension bti ' "//' and Snlr^aifM. Suggestions from the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company made to the Publt.? Ser vice rommlsston In recent dlocuaalons re- Kar.ltni; <<«nii're!>enjiive extensions of th« former's traetlon service were made public yesterday. They contemplate au invasion of ! .uhattan by tho lines of the Hrooklyn Rapid Transit. N"thirijc deftnito has \ een aetlled upon as yet, but the general understanding is that if the Hrookivn Kapld Tranilt can offer tentative jJiins acceptable to the commis sion definite proposals an>) aaUMI will fol low. The Brooklyn Kapl.l Transit seeks a greater Manhattan patronage, than It now enjoys. If It* plan Koes through it means that p*r»oni« from the Jersey coaat will be able to .-nter h <-ar at the Manhattan shore and rid- to Coney Island. A< .or.llnur to Kdwm W. Winter. i>r»*kl*nt of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit, that com pHtiy tentatively proposed an elevated line between <oiie>- Island and Brighton Beach, l.ut no reduction In the fare, and the in- CTMMaaj f»om tW« t.» four e.f the tracks hetWti n Church avenu* ami the Pro?i.ect Park station oti the Brighton Beach line. Al«t> it has proposed la run cars through a subway to i,e built from the Prospect Park station to Fourth avenue, where a connection would be p..!«i»,i^ nith the Tlatbush avenue extension of the Fourt'.i avenm subway. The two MatSaaai of subway which would have to be built to ,-airy out this plan, MM In Brooklyn and th« oth. r along the Canal street route in Manhattan, the Urooklyn T:ai«i.| Transit tentatively pro poses shall be built by the city, Urn com pany to enter t!ie subways an a tenant. Am to a arapaaai elevated structure on the Flafbush avenue extension, the Brook lyn Rapid Transit, while nayitiß that no practical approach to urn Manhattan liri.lge Is aaaatklt except through Klat busli avenue. iia« tentatively offered the commission th*< alternative of occupying Ntnii ci. vated approach hj« a laaaat, •• the •■>mmls.*!on .annot hay.- constructed any oJher practical approach. Commissioner McCarroll. MMtMMHM th:.t i>..lni paid .vester.lay that any talk of an elevated route over th» riathut-h avenue extension was based on a false fMUMatftaa. "The attltud* of the eaaaMMMai . lie. said, "is determined and final upon any elevated extension on that avenue, and it will not be permitted under any mn.li tions." THINK FIRF WAS INCENDIARY. Marshals and Police Seek Perpetrators of Fatal Blaze. With a man aM woman aael tour chil dren dead and other? at the point of death in ho«pitals from the flre that *wept a four alary tenement house at No. MM HarMaM* ftreet, BaM New York, . jrly yesterday morning, tire marshals and p«jll' a were working on the case yesterday In UM he lief that the blaze, was of incendiary orie;!;i. All the MMMta In the house ere Italia. The tir. follov. c.l close oti a MbM that was start. .l Tuesday evening in the cellar of a tenement house of t>|.^ same character at Xo. 11 Havens Place, ; nf a 1.1... k awaj\ in whl.-h ,many (Mall live. Persons In the houfe. smelling smoke -..id tracing H t»> tho cellar, found an «>il-.»oaked mattress aM.Tz<- •ie\t to a sraaiaka. Lack of water praaMHTi provM a serious ■aaaitap to the rtrem^n in tisrhtl taj UM i'laxe. Firemen tried --, ri:-h through the BrCKfflled hi<laliig t.. kill off the rtre a«j they advanced. TMs in wveraj cas--"*, al inos-t .-..st the men their lives. Oaly weak streams could Y>c obtaine<] until workmen from the Water Be anal readied Urn H-'fif »!i«j in-'reaso<l the pre>.-.ur«\ ♦ BLAZE IN APARTMENT HOUSE. Volumes of aaMki pouring from the base ment of a laigo apartment bOUM at No. 477 West 113 d street last evening right ened the families llvlnff there, and. al though the MM wa'i soon extinguished. tli" teiimi'^ were pNMMiMJ to vacate when the Fire l»*partnient responde.l. Tliere aro fifty (MMM M tl ■ l.'iil.lhie. and Urn »lee.t tlorni was at if height at th#» tir»i-\ l» wan about $-.:*> ..'el... when Mrs. Au gifsta S.-l.ultz. Ihe wit> of the janitor, MMHMi smoke and f .'jnd the timbers in a door casing 1 o*l fl- . <Jh» attempted to put out the blaze with her .are t.an.Js. .m.l they were badfi burned. Many of th.jne living in the hous«» rushed ■ BStaira and soir.e one ruriie.l in an ;«l:irr»i Mi>. c?chultz «raa ■iiiii-'l out by Patrolman John Wegg*>. Her wounds w»-re dressed hi Dr Dubola, of the J. Hoo.l Wright Hospital. Not any Milk TrUSt The Crigina! and Genulna yum invc MALTED MI LK I he i.iiid drink of all ages. At restaurants, licte|«and fountains. Delirious, invigorating and iuitain ng. Krrp it on your sideboard at homr. \ tiiiitk lunih. prepared in a ininuts. Mi PiajfaWa. OR CBNTBIL BANK MOMAWETI OPPOSED. 7V//.v Y. 3/. C. A. It 1* Im practicable in United States. Victor Mcrawetz. formerly chairman of th« executive rommlttee. of th* Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fo Hailrottd, In an aodreoa hi the trat re§;»ilar session of the linance Forum at th': West Sldo Toons il<?n s Christian Association, last ni£ht said: Our present bankins system bas s»rvetl «s well in aorMjai uni«s. LnJ»r itua sy.'i-m \»» lmv« ■ ■.■••■ Mil o^icr nat»«>ns. and thrreioie this wysti-m ia-u; nave smne merit. it cannoi b« wholly bad. as *om>} titnes ■-■■■■ assert^!. ltow«ver. perloUl eally our pie«eni s\ stein has <ail*«l t» wrve th*i n«ed» of imiustry anil commerce, an>l «>metim-» It hus 1. r-n At>wn c..n: tely, witn disastrous •■on^^^uences to th«j whole country. Such a *y.*iem is a- untaie as a Ship that can t;'il only in f»ii weather and that Is likely to founeicr during the first storm We need a system of tMiiKinc and currency that always will h.? safe and that always will *erve th«- n»-eds ••£ lndu» try and <-onnner<.-e. Foreign eowntrlea have such safe and scrvWabln systems. Why iannot we have such v BTSteai M tho United states? The underlying defect -.r our pre^enl sys tem Is that 'it aaakea no provision ti-r the nuctuatloiix. There ar« io-«lay twenty-nve Ihousatid lndepemlent banks and trust rom pnni««s in the VnH Stat.^. Ka«-h 't t . n s , o institutions carries on Ijuatneea for -t ln * 1 " \idual iiit.-reit alone, independently of th ethers, and each at all tim seeks t'» lena Its credit to the Umtt permitted by law i*"* loner as It tan mik» .-» pr.tit by so uoinK. The result is that brink r-.lits ure expani ed. apecuMtna l» encoura^e«l an.l busmes.4 iiperatlon!" are extended to Ihe uttnoi-t limit In normal .times. wM no reserve 1^ heia bt»ck foi uV in tlm« v . n v sn excepll'Hiai amount of eurreocy N withdrawn rrwn tne bank's reserve for uae >i-* •» circulattn*: Die dlum. or when an exceptional aniouui 01 bank .redli is ne«-d««l. The rope vl "*•;'• ha\lng been stretched la Us full fJPJ"** in normal times, breaks *hen an adilltional strain Is put upon it. , . .What. then. eh«.uUl be th* reji.edy for this situation? obviously, f- > things niu-U le provided for. namely: First, provision mu.«t b« made so ttiat in i.ormal times a mifnvient atn»'it«' «... cur ren.y and of credit power shall '••» nei.t back as a reserve to l>e use.l only In timeu w hen an exceptional amount ot curren<> or of bank credit M needed, an-1 r<> that the extra amount of currency or "f credit shall again be takea up as soon as the neea for It shall have t>a.«se<t Second, prarM< must b* made *•■* that thw fluctuations of U.n'x r»crrea ea-^sea by the fluctuation of the amount of cur rency withdrawn from the banks for u«e as a circulation medium may be> com liensated by a corr^pondlns increase or r. ■- duction of the outstanding t.*nknot cir culatior.. ' , . In all eivlbaed LOOJiUla.i of tlie world ex«-ept the rnlted States It ha* been recoK nl*ed that no nafe system of t>anklns Is possible without central regulatlci and control over the agicregate expansion or br.nk cre<:iti=. in f very country of Buroaa the machinery for providing for thla cea tral regulation ami control ban beea pro vided by the establishment of a centra! bank \» hlch l« deemed charged with the reapooalbr.'ty and Hie juty of eontrollinK and regulating the aggregate expansion of bank cretlil and i»f prolectlna; the nnitn'-es of the country. The bankine and rur-en«y stems n-lopte.l by the leading •< mmerclal nations differ In various \><u\:< lilar* but all have In common thU <>v- feature— a large entral bunk vested with the power .1- well as the duty of controlling the acgra t-ate expstn^loii of ban* ore. lit By reason of the great area of the United States and th* violent fluctuation* In the amount of currency needed a>» a circu lating me.iium and of the amount of bank credit needed to carry on th.- Industry and enterprise >>f the country, the only effective way of regulating and controlling the ag gregato expansion of bank credit and of protecting the ret,eral credit situatloii would be by diminishing or Increasing the volume i»f outstanding banknut< currency. However, condition* In Ihe United State* ai»- fo different from tnoae exiattng In Kuropean countries that llm centrnl bunks of Burope cannot fairly b^ considered pr< cedents for th'- creation of a similar bank in tiie United Htate*. In Boroao each coun try na-s established ii- own central bank, but no one country of Kuiope can be. com \ ar.-.T with ti''' whole United States. The territorial expan?* of tiie United Matesi Is an great a> that of .ill the countries of Kurope <••» abin -.1 Only a eontraj beuvk f.r the «1...1e of Kurope would furnish a tilting precedent for a central buak for the m hole of the United States. Im orde>- to establish In the United Htale* a central hank on the Cmreaoaa plan it would be necessary to create a aa - «»r colossal nutmitttde and to concentrate Iti thin bunk a considerable aortl of the banking poorer ai the entire country. Fur- UMna >re. it would, aa aaeaaaao to lake away from the existinx national banks their power to issue notes anl to vest a monopoly of this power in Urn central bank aad it would be ... either by a • vst.Tn of branch banks, or by «>tal> ll*htng Closer relallonii with the lo«v\! banks throughout the rountry. to confer on ti,i> central bank a laree measure of control over rtnjnclal condit throughout the country. To e*>tabitah such n bank In th* rnlted States, in my Judgment. wooU not be. practicable, or <*estrabl*. The business Today We Celebrate Thanksgiving STORE CLOSED ALL DAY The whiiT of moving wheels is- in the air: spindles are humming; the tall chimneys are spreading g^at clouds of black sinukr against the Xovember .sky, the rhythmic heat of huge foru-r. startles the midnight calm, the ruddy light of glowing coab and molten metal streams from thousands of wipdow» that an- draped with the dusty cobwebs of years and tell us once more the business world is awake. Mercury has l)eeii asleep. The jaggard o «l who fril into a doze that October day two years ago has felt the thrill of life once more through his wing-shod feet, and rousing from his stupor, has touched with hi> magic wand Hi.- keels of ships, the motors of moving trains, the stones that grind the wheat, the wheels that drop caged men deep into the bowels ot the earth, the plow share that turns up the fruitful earth and the millions of engines that do the bidding of men that have work to perform. From the East and West and Xorth and South comes clearly the , . MM(i of clan-in« hammers, of snapping belts, and of hissing steam which will HH our entire land with the most welcome music that ever fell upon the ears of those who have grown sick at heart with weary wa,tmg-the music of a busy world -the great Symphony of Labor-the grandest composi tion that earth has ever known, uli..s« composer also , Ml j llW man with that noblest attribute, the ambition to labor and to achieve. And this inspiring music means so much to so many! It means education and improvement for thousands that have thirsted for knoulrd • It means food and returning strength to other thousands whose attenuated framed bear pathetic testimony to deprivation that has been endured without complaint It means warmth and comfort for still other thousands on whose hearthstones the coals havf burned low. and whos. raiment has worn thin with the years It will bring hope into the eyes and color into the cheeks of white- faced women who have grown sick with helpless apprehension, and will light up with fresh confidence the faces of men whose features have long worn the pallor of sleepless anxiety The depression of enforced inaction is behind us; the darkness of night has lon. passed; even the gloom ot the halt-light is L rotu- and the shadows have disappeared The East is ablaze with eolnr; the tires of hope light up with a brilliant glow the advent of a new day and a better, day than any that have preceded it-in which alfmav work who will, and all who will may do, and they who do may be limited only by what they will 0 n certamty it is a day lor Thanksgiving-^ month, a vear'for Thanksgivm*. i 1 here have been no yeai-s when we had not much to be thankful for Hut not m many years haw ire had so much to be thankful tor as SOW. intere»t* and financial resources of the en tire Unit *l States are not «entrallzed. they ought not to be centralized, ami they can ■..■■•- centralized '■> th« *ame extent •■> tn« biwine«»i Interests •'■■ flnanclal • ■■"■"■* of a ningl* puiintry of Etirope. I believe that tr<* necessary central regu lation and control of the expansion of rank credits In relation to r«—rrea an.l th#» necessary protection of financial conditions e«-»n be- attained In the United State* vrith eiut the creation of a central bank. I be lieve that It can be attains! without con centration ot Itanktog resource*, without creating a monopoly of the right to issue banknote*, and wlthon attempting to revo luttonize our present hanking an 4 business methods, wr.lch in the main have «erv»d th«» country well. I should provide? the neces sary central re«»il»fl«i» i'" 1 control by establishing a central board eteete«l >v fh# banks. ha\-»n< power, with th^ approval of the Secretary of rh* Treaii from time to time to Increase or to diminish. rlin* to the needs of 1 liallEllMJ condition/, tbe volume of outstanding notes* Issued r>y tn«» bank* In excess of th* redemption funds to W provided an.l kept up by • f»» fT the redemption of theae notes. In the dlsouaaion that followed Mr. Mora wetz's speech. Horace WhH*. chairman of the Wall 'tr«et in- eatlnating Committee, appointed by Governor Hu^ne*. an<t Paul M. Warbur«. of Kuhn. Lo«b A O>.. "H'k part. Mr. Whlt*» rtecl»re.| that every argu ment Mr. ■SMMH h:«d u»e.l in favor of a central committee, of bankers appli*-«l with e<]i:al fore»» t«> a central bank. Mr Warburg:, who I* MM »■> be. th«» father of th- centra! bank plan cdvoeate.l by «MM tor Aldriclr. declare'l that th«s committee advocate,! by the speaker woulrl liav«' power to MCtaaaa an.l skMaaaaa the call money rate ,• wtM. an>l mtght easily t<* influenced by Wall Stre*t .at..r» t». Inereaao or eiecr«-a«e bank reservts for the purpose of eleTßtlns or depressing the Majstjati • JUSSERAXD A GVMS7 Takes Part in French Pro gramme at, City College. Ammmmmlm Jusseraml ni the i;n--.«t .>r the College of the. 'ity of Ho*J V..-k yes terday »t .1 r->.'»'iiiit>t> frt»m 2 to .'< o'clock. M'jre than tu-utv hundred -tuilents cro\vUe»! th» »»reat Kali. ••lici-rr.l his ad ilres* Hiid tlicn u:i\»- tlu culU-ge j •■»!. wltli thr«-* ••Jusseran.lr'." The yi-li startled him a kit. but ho untied at hia frisnt a Mcoad. later. Dr. Henry Van Dyke. no «i*\ the. ex- Change lectun at the Hor'oonne list year, delivered an addi in »vh!ch he spoko of the college* uf France vn»l the United Sraf« S, -..' MS] I hat what American clles*** an.l tiiiivtTsuk-s tnitjht b^aru from t hoao of France was teaching iheir youth Low to iMalh 11* said the tollege ol tkla country might well copy th>- feeling of fellowship which exists umong tbe teachers 11. FTench Institution*, which g.^s deeper than the. surface suDerflclalitks. Am bi^satl. r .Jiwa^ra nil was welc.meJ b/ Professor . I 'owner i>, French. Th-n four BlMMall ent.r.>.l lilt I a debate In Vrvii ?'n aa t.. kotki r the Fr.»nch or tiie rTnglfcth Imjmbi bad the bettor tOMUM of Incom ing the universal auxiliary tongue. The ainoasAddor -nan the j'liige. and he tle rUed iii fuvor «>f his native tongue. Tho:-e wvre other exerciises In Freaeb, ir.ciuU : ■ wcK-urr.e froan Urn itodjeaM body, reji'.a ti'-ris and niusical nur;iocra from TttneSi composer*. In iila .iddre.i- the ambassuflor spoke of the rebuilding of San Francisco .is ?.r\ ■ \ anipl*.- of the p«.»,-r of American men. Me. referred to Dr. van DyKe'l v.or!< ami com plinientetl the. people of N.- v York State In bavins s.-r..iio:- haal as tnelr representa ti- I in the upt«er h- •;.-•* of <"on>:resa. BANKERS IN SING SING Britton and Schroeder Begin Serving Sentences. Colonel Gtmi I Urttton and Fred enck 11. Schroetler. former Quarantine (i''nin;«<ii(in*r, left Brooklyn for »*lng Mng prison ■•: tly afti r tl t>'elu<*k yesterday morning. Up to tl.r la«r moment they had hope! for a >tiv of MM nort. A ff\v il;i;. - ago Justlc* Stapleton. In the OMMPMM Court. refund to grant them ■ new tria? on the BJMMMJ ■ ■•• \ - ■'.•!• district Atorney KMer ha<l conspired with their counsel. **aaai Thomas H. tVhiflo.-k. to obtain thHr acqulttx!. The e»>e will come before the Appellate t>i\islon sajoftj] Sohroetler most servo bttwttQ fwelv* months an<l four year* ami ■ half an<i Colonel Brit ton between fourteen months ml f<>i:r years and <i ha if. Th^ men were convicted <>ti March s b»- fo:- Justi.e JmSCOHm in the Supreme CVMXrt. of looting the UngTe Savings and Loan Company, of whlcb they we-rv officials. Once More! LABOR MEN DIFFER Plan for Employer/ Insurance \ot Favored by til. At the thi^d public <e»3lon of the \rmtm wrtght e.,mmlaaion to :nvcs«sat*» liability laws. wM.'h was held reoteviaMy morning k« the Aldermanlc I'humt-r of th* City HaE. A. Coakley. former pre«irt«nr of the it-al Federateri Inlon. M. J- Flaherty. James U Oernon. John J. FTrn» »n<l Daniel J. Col len. of til*- Brooklyn F*td'«rate»t l4ib>JT Vnlon. were present. Th»s« labor Isaweia ■MM ther« to protest airamst tli<» plan t« hay* employoro Irurire thohr employee again*' injury, on th«» grOMMI that eueH insurance tended to maka th» emptOjOM) oarelena of human life. A. 11. Gill. M. P.. a worfc-r In th* tnr-r eala of organtae'l labor \v. Cng!an<l. spok* af the condition-! le^dln* »>p to tae w«rV nen'n : ennation a-'t of 1337. 11^ set* that the act ha.l been oppose*! by many ♦ mploywrs. bat that subse«raently M had been adopted by both *nip!oy?r and em ploye. H« also «al<l that tfter« h«. been some •^ffatlon tn Oreat Britain to compel all employer* li Insure their m*n, bM» It had not be*n a'"<ompll»h<!d yet. J. R. Cfynes. secretary .jf the? «}aa Wor« er;» an.l Cfn-ral Laborer** Union, of Great Britain, representing forty thoooand w<»rl» inen. nl.l that the basia of compensation ur.der the workmen's compensation act w*m the Inability to e*rn wig^e. Fifty per ecnt of his wages Is what '.he law allows a workman waa has been injured. Mr. C!yn#» aaM that the go\rnm>M Ecard of Tra-le. report. lssue«l six w**ka ago. stated that litigation h»d been ajfilT decreased M Oral Britain on account of th« operation of the. compensation act. Mr. dyne* was a.«ke<l what w,m the usual amount re.o\»re.l for cas»e» of death under Mt common li* or th« employers' liability act. and said that It ma» about £«». S-.ni le Oompers »ta»-d tha' he N»M*v»i in th« compensation act, as tie the»;;g!it It u..,i.. ten.l to diminish accidents. He sai.l that he bel!«wcd MMJHB/Ofl would .be moM likely to Mdopt safety devices to prevent accidents if they k-vw they moul.l have t» pay for *n-.- that occurred. When a*ke-j what he thought about % plan whereby both employer anJ ployo -I'oiiiH contribute mutuaUy to^a-d pay!nx Bect«!ent ek«lm» of woi kuion. Mr. f!omper« *alil he wa.<4 opposM to 'h* plan, .as tV Ame"rlcar» workman 4M not recerre sij^^ hitrh wa^es t'.-.at hf should be ompollee) lo contribute to a special f-ir. . for ac'.i denta. Mr Qoaaaar* oaM that h* tht.usSt t>!<* adoption of ft c«»nipe»i»«Ti.Mi a«"t by tV State ■' New York would be a good thin* but he had rot yet mad* up his mind as to what kind of Act he «oul<l recommend. Jar' L. Oernnn. * member uf the com mittee from the Centra? I-abor Union of l*lOOlllyn. wa3 the rtr«t witness la th«» afternoon. Ha t-'iaracteriaed CtUl present employers' M.-ibilify act *a w.^r♦^!en*. ia-. - lrK that tn*re wer* | w MMMII ur>der i r . and • ien on'y after great delay. If. jai.! that all lal*or unions, both atat^ anil na lional, axe fppos««il to the pr««ent la.w. and he thought that the £nglisli ajrat would have many points of advantage over that in force in this country. REOPEN OLD BANKRUPTCY CASE. Assets Disclosed Ten Tears After Broker Had Been Discharged ndsar I-. Plerson. Ilvln? at No. CO W<*«t SSd MU*«et. formerly 4 well known rea! estate broker, .lireutor of a life iueur^r. *■ (•••mfar.v an! president of a aj<*>?>l mhvlng • •ompany. who went through bankruptcy ia IW. has applied to the l'n!t<»«i State."* l">i.« trtct ' 'eMrt to hay« tls^ oU .•- rvoponort. on the eroiiu.: sj| newly tlis\ovei-«d a.««et». coiMia«ing i»t" real •tttM.te. title to which he dM not know he held at the tnn« r- file*', hi* old petition, »itd which he omitted irom his oriel:ial -I 'lie* .. Tho property i onalMa of on undivided t'o'irth imerest in tveniy-thr«o a<.T«* of lanrl in U township of Raritan, N. J Mia schedul«» *',-.owe<i twenty -six crediior* wiioso claims a?sregatcii $U,?CT. and nt> ttiCtH Con*«fi;ient!y aaaa of the creditor* took the trouble to H » claim. ' »d«e Haas] has referre.! th« Mi to Ji-'a mai Mllier. referee in bankruptcy, to take further proceeding for the. rilinc: of claim* an.l the election of a trustee to administer the MMMh and °.ufca allowed creditors on* j»ar from now to file their .laima.