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1«nr«. IS iF th.3 case to-day in New BILL IX CONGRESS. . Xot To Be Pressed for Passage at This .session. ITaaJ b«I - Fei>. 7.-Th.- federal in - corporation bill was introduced in Con - press to-day, but is not to be pressed for 7 p*E^as;« at this sc«sion. it is said. If " rh .. bill should b«* passed President Taft has stat<?d hi? willingness to - md as its [ i^ponf^r and to tak? the responsibility for having pecomniended it- Further in.--" this- the Prcrfdent told F'v«?ral callers t«-day that be would not mak^ the incorporation 1 ill »■ adminls traiicn n '--•:r.- He declared he felt he h«d do ri?ht Jo d so. and that it did not '-- vith the proposed amendments to the Interstate commerce law. the roftal saving* banks and the measures drsi?nc-J for the conservation of natural - resourres. Thcic latter were promised :n the rarty - :•• -m on which the President mrm* elected, and be feels that the party U rr«ponsiblc- for their passage at mis ?e*?icti of Congress. Th* bill was referred to the Judiciary rrsmniittecs for perusal and eonsldera licn. Already. Attorney <;en<*rai Wicker jhsm is being plied with inquiries re cardirg various •■■-..■•' the bill. He has explained that the organisations •where operations are covered by it arc amenable to national authority, for the reason that they thus have but one mas ter *s against forty-?ix tney might have did rr>p?al of their charter? or punish ment for offences committed rest with thp =:atcF There are a number of rea r-ens advanced why more satisfaction may be secured by giving the federal coxirta Jurisdiction. Litigation there is •j?u"<lly roowi economical, more rapid pr««res3 i? hsrl than in the local court? »r.d * federal jury is less liable to bias *nd -prejudice One of the many objections to the bill rsss ari.-ev. from the denial of the right of *w Jurisdiction over the incorpora tiens. but the omdals believe th^t after the 2a v has had a working: chance it may b«- re-?f-ible to modify its provisions fm *? to make them less objectionable from Ihe stated" rights point of view. The proposed law does not contem plate sepcryiiion of railroad corpora tions, as they exercise the right "■ emi nent domain. This if a matter that Mr. ■vY*icfcer*h3in says may be taken up in the future. STOi X PRICES BREAK. Federal Incorporation Bill Among Alleged Causes. TJvr it«-k market suffered another severe •s'uir.p yesterday, prices of many of the lradirg ii-fies declining under the low ]rv#ls tojch»<l on Thursday of last week. jr.<i beir.g from 2 to 6 points under the clos i-nr prices on Saturday. There was a sharp tally in ike last hour on profit taking by »he shorts, *ud under it the leading indus trial and railroad ttneks advanced l"to : 1-oints from the iow point of th<> day. but a rr-nowai of s-elling orders in «he last few minu'es cf trading -^iped out most of these frain.y. and final prices -ncre not far from tts lowest cf the session, the neJ declines rHnpinr from 1 to bb x t points in the active Th*rrc ira.' a surT-risin;: absence j-eeterday rf the rum«rs that generally accompany a. Bfw^sre breALk in the marke:. No reports of in^jvendlnsr lai'.urer. s:joh as accompanied last week's market slump, were in ■■■;■ -;i kV 1- T lor!, *nd ii<> one seemed 'o know the Wj raure for the heavy selling, which was the W feature of th* stock market throughout ihe 53 JV attributed it to the introduction ln» Co::gTC?s of the federal Incorporation bill, feat &5 a draft of t:-.is bill 'nad been published som<» weeks az>_>. and its terms * - ere _, ,_„ or less familiar to the ?rre<=r. This «Sid not appear to b^ a sufficient ex rletnarion for the break, although it prob hb\y had something to do with if. Saturday's b»»ak ptatement. shewing a JJO.OOC'.OO? lo.'-s in cash- a'.-o was believed to H* a factor In the decline. The los* of cash •pursSfd th" Street, which did v.^i seem to Vrtir»m" just »hai it m««nt. and the absence o." a satisfactory expiarsatlor. ia the mat ter had. its nft<.*<~*- on sentiment. hcav | - ■ ke nature - brokerac: ho'!s?-?. while not ... serious fc" >y Th^ bx»k«s icenuelvei probably had 'h** effect of inducing renr 1 of their cis t'mrrs- t<-t «=«=n. thus a«l'lina to the general liquidation from cUich the ;ndrket a^ vr?T*rl 1»» b". sraffering. in faiM. it wa? to ii-j.u'daiicn and bear srilins: that the dc cTin«>. ;■:? price? na? generally atrribuied. Tfc* sr^atcTt dedin* v. ;i* in .\malga maii.l Copp<*r, safr*re4 a maximum f--.:j of Qi l^oints, joins to 7F- W as against T"- 7 '^. th? T»r«-i!i» -j ]«>t\- point of the year. tourlKd. Saet Tliursday. and. closed at I:.' 7 *. I art 'o---s of .'■', points for the day. Steel cioirasa, Tfcich ras t\-,f most act!\«>! «vi iTi-. Jisr. m*r*' than a quarter of the total f<ai«s of L^Q3kltQ chares b<»jns in thu^ if i-i-r-. dr<--i>r-^l *• Ti> : . i>s against a previous ViTi- fr»r Ihe year of ;7" 4 . and closed at the lov point. 4^ s points under Saturdays 13:1*1 i;gure ; r *' J.cr stocks *!'.at nisde ne^ low records for th«* jiiovenict'T' were Arrxerican" Smelting »nd R i - ! inTr~. fhfeli ;"ii*-'i^f| T^ l ,: Union ra-.-lfi.-. IT?'-.: hin<j:n<>rn Pacific, .':v : s : st. Paul. JM'i: Atcliison. IV,. and ponnsyi \ams. CJ*%." Tbts* prices H*erc. respretiv— l.v. CC r *. U. iv I\. l r i ».»d l"i, rtointi. under ihe lorii-.er low record* for Ihe year. Sou»« of th» Other stocks <vjual!ed. «-r fell below S%fe previous low iwjrds f«r the year and lh* wli^! 1 ? li?t shov«ed net declines at ihe cic;^ running: fr.»m good Mzcd fractions up to rsore than .". point?. The recrnt heary m-Hjuz of United State? Si«*c'. .omnici! si..v.-k. utj.Jer which the mai k«i -.&;•„«» « the issue, has declined many l«*S-.u.<-. v- r<»;H>rteU so have been mainly for a<T-o-i^t of a :i:arkil operator who. in il.e Uun two v'^r-. sicebnjins l<» on<- of the Wall £tren seirs bureaus, has ouide record as ■':h«* hizzcr-l stock r.'.arkft plunger t!.< ■w>>r:<i has ercr tnot\"n-* f This '-:aii. -.*;•■> js if}»-!iTifi^J in current ■*Va'l .Stre«n so.-sip as a ««?tl known }»ul< 'i. !ier. fcs iat'l t<» h»v< v o;irrieo at one time Srf^.< ;i W.WO 4Ut<i (©O.fc") shares of Btei coiOJif'i!. sn»«l to have had paper prolita v! K-OOOC'JQU at t!i-: high jx>Uit. 1I» held on »o his <rniJre line, the story sves., until the »=s<-'-ii :«.«u>'hed >> <_.n lhe way down from its hi-li P^OTd of ?F,. ais<! nearly rj.«.»X>,n!.M t .f Hunyadi ~| Janois i Natural Laxative Water Quickly Relieves:— Biliousness. Sick Headache, Stomach Disorders. /■re?* rent&fy for j CONSTIPATION I hi? paper profits total vanished, and then liquidatt»d 4<«.'>vi th ref. The remaining 2>V'.tW» shares of Steel, with a quantity of railroad stocks, were carried by him in a !arce house, which suggested the liquidation of a part of the holdings. The operator instead transferred Ma line to another firm, which liquidated most of Wa railroad stocky, and then found itself with a larger amount of Steel common in Its collateral than was acceptable to the banks, and to* operator being obliged to take up his account or close it out. was practically compelled to adopt the latter course, it is said. MAY SAVE CITY MONEY. Justice Tompkins Reverses Report of Kcnsico Appraisers. Justice TompkfcM". In the Supreme Court at Whit" }•..-.- yesterday. In th* New Tork watershed proceeding?, reversed the report of Reginald W. Rive.-. Herbert D. I>ent. and B<>noni Plan, commissioners of appraisal on the Kensi^o reservoir, on a parcel of land consisting of eighty-six aerea Immediately rast of the Kensico reservoir. It was proved on behalf of the claimant. that the value of th* land was $175,000. while the city's appraisal ranged from $2| f ©oo to SCI, OOO. The claim against the city •was ba?ed upon the valuation of the land divided into villa plot?. Th* Corporation Counsel moved that the report be set aside as excessive and be cause the commissioners had adopted an er roneous principle of law. This action by the city shows that it in!-!',. to tight all excessive awards- The awards of the com missioners amounted to $**•*••. Justice Torapkina said that the property had never been subdivided into villa plots and should have been valued as farmland; therefore the award was cancelled. If this same principle is followed in fut ure condemnation proceeding^*. it will m an a gr<\at saline to New York City. DRILL F Mayor Commends Evolutions of 7th Regiment. The Tth Jtcjjfiment paraded in full dress laa night for review by Mayor Gaynor in its armory, at Park avenue and 67th street. The Mayor, with an honorary staff made up of members of his executive family, oc cupied tho large reviewing stand at the risrht of the drill room. The reviewers were in evening dre.-=s. After it v.a? all over he confided to one of the officers that it seemed marvellous that men who had worked hard all day could drill so well all the evening. A feature of the ceremonies of review was the presentation of decorations for !ong and faithful service to certain officers and men. Those in Cla.«3 No. I— for twenty five years' sei' vice-'- were Private. Frederick O" Byrne, Private Courtney S. Buas«, Cap tain Louis J. Joseelyn. Private Henry V. D. Black. Corporal GouverneMr Kemble and First Lieutenant James R. Stewart. Other classes were for twenty, fifteen and ten years' service. The review was followed by a private dinner, at which the Mayor and his staff were th<> guests of the officers of the regi ment and their ladies. COLGATE ALUMNI GATHER. Dr. Aked Urges Importance of Purify ing Municipal Politics. Aoout one hundred and fifty sons of Col gate University attended the fortieth an nual meeting and dinner of the alumni of tiiat institution at the Park Avenue Hotel last night. i■- Charles F. Aked, pastor of the Fifth 1 Avenue Baptist Church, in speaking paid i tribute to Pr. Wilmer Burritt Bryan. r>res l Jdent of the university, and said that the j freedom of the American university sj-a ] teni hal started an agitation in England ; to obtain similar advantages for the pro : >:ana Dr. Aked spoke of the civic duties 1 of American university graduates, saying ! they should try "to rescue the cities of j This land from the gang of thieves who j have them by the throat." j I>r. Bryan. I gene A. Rowland. fSt the ■ Rev. Dr. "William M. Lawrence, president j of th^ university corporation, and Colonel I Austin Colgate, o: the university eotpora j tion, also delivered brief addresses. Tho following officers of the association i for the ensuing year were elected: Fresi j dent, the Rev. 1 *r. William A. Granger, '74: : secretary-treasurer. Herbert Hartwell i Gibf*?, 'S<: executive committee, Frank A; ! Butler. '?••: Dr. Walter C. Cramp. >lVl : J Ambrose B. Dean. M: the Rev. I ran E. ! Fosdi< ••". and Wayne A. Root, 00. GEN. WOOD UNDER TREATMENT. [ OM Injury Takes Him to Baltimore Hospital. Baltimore, Feb. 7.- Major General Loon ■ .-.-il Wood L" .S. A . is a patent at a le-cal < hospital, where he >= :■ ■?••:!;- '.-•' "•>• > for an old injury •■■ his head. lie has not j been operated upon, it Is staid, and it ca.ii i not be determined at this time whether or ! not a:i operation will be necessary. ■ i»<»niHi ■" a- r.,H<i a of a report ' l - rt hTs presenc* at th« ho?pital was due to a fall from his horse recently. Reports that General Wood's condition v,as serious also mot viith an emphatic denial. He was ! ?ai-l to I" doing veil, aud this afternoon j was sitting ur. XotwithftandiEC the denial of the hos ; r*it;<l authorities tiint ;in operation had j b*-<*n performed upon «.;<^iieral Wood, it ! was later stated on excellent authority } that an operation Mas performed last • Saturday. Thai it w.^s p.ot a very serious ; one, however, was indicated by the fa-'t I ihai the putieiit was able to sit up to i d:iy. Nothing i oul'l be learned a? to the | nature of the operation. WILLS HOME TO CAT AND DOG. "Woman Made Neighbor Heir, but Ani mals Must Be Cared For. ;r>- -^o]v. graph to Th" Tribt;iv. 1 Elizabeth. N". .T.. Feb. T. One of the most I romjrkaWf wills file.) In this city in years i is that CM Mr-, ■'if"!.! Vurona l'i---t j fold, who oie«i receutly at No. 712 tiir 1 <leu street, r»equcathing her real estate I hoiaings to John Bruce, a neighbor, on i condition that ho care fur a "■ ' cat and j doc as long as they live. Th- uo«""nrnt states tlsat ".My house ard • pivmisr-s ,<t N't. 712 Garden street .... be ! queathed to John : :■ ieo, my neighbor, for ' his natural life. aid. when he dies. t»» hid | daughter. Elizabeth^ Arui . Hardacre. Un eon : dition that ". iM fjrm.-l a i-otnfort 1 a.b!e hjOme for my doc and cat at and In said house as long as dog and cat or either of them live.'" DEAD ON ELLIS ISLAND. Mr.-. Alexander Farka. Of Vienna, v. no ! arrived here last \v«*k an tli^ Kaiser Wii j h-lm der tlrosae, died on Sunday at Ellis | Islarwi. H«-»- hqiteißd, who ba<i prepared a home for her and hk> two young cliilu*ien, j who accompanied her. arrived at the island j ye.-tenhiy from teas, VI The children j were detained until relatives ere found who were wtlUng to take temporary charge } of them while tlio father was arranging for ! lhe burial of his »if<\ i MISS FARRAR WILL FONDLE DOLL. * Baltimore, l->b. 7.— The Metropolitan j Opera Company v.ill not he permitted i>» j in< lude a re* I ... in the cast at the ■ production of I ■ i*ms BnttcrflyV here ! next Frildv, bc«-auf» of the «-hi)<J Ufrw j 13-^. Gcraldmc ;■,.'■■ accordingly j baye to iO'<d'e a dc!! Director Dipp-I ' ge n i r>-crO to-<Jat: tb'at the d!f!i-.u!ty ivould i be met ■-- this nay. m*'i**ZK DAILY TRIBINK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1910 SEINE AGAIN RISES A Rise of Txbo Feet Expected — Damage in A in. Paris. Feb. — Several of the aflluenta of the Seine uro iigain rising, due to the continued rains, \rjiich have apparently stopped the fall of the Seine. The Fluv ial Department expects a rise of about two feet in the river at Paris in the next two da vs. Several rivers are overflotring, causing considerable damage in Am. FLOOD RELIEF WORK. Cabinet to Ask -%',, 000 ,000 from Parliament. Taris. Feb. ; — The Cabinet decided to day to ask Parliament for W.'X"*.'" 1 " 0 as the additional credit necessary for the relief of victims of the flood. Foreign subscrip tions now exceed JSW.OOO. The S«-in*> has fallen sixteen feet from its crest. More cave-ins in the streets and falling houses are reported. BISHOP FORCES WJX. Reinforced in Control of Aero Club at Special Meeting. By a vote of a 6 to 10 the legislation ree onini'nded by its committee was adopted last nisht by the Aero Club at ■ special meettag at the Automobile Club of Amer ica. This was regarded as a complete vic tory for Cortlandt Field Bishop, president of the club. Amendments to the certificate of incorporation, the .constitution and the bylaws were ratified also, showing- the strength of the present administration. The constitution was changed to comply with the corporation laws of the state, and the bylaws now provide for the election at the annual meeting of a president, three vice-presidents, a secretry, * treasurer, i consulting engineer and twelve governors- The membership limit Is five hundred, but may be Increased to one thousand. For two months the opposition party has been trying to secure an injunction from the Supreme Court to prevent the calling of last night's meeting. Justice Gerard granted an injunction late yesterday, which prevented the voting by proxy, but de cided that the meeting could be held. It v.-as found after the legal proceedings that certain members had been Illegally elected. Among them were ex-Judge K. 11. Gary. Howard Gould. Rodman AVanamaker, Edwin Gould, A. El. Pardington and Thomas A- HHL R GAYNOR. It developed a; ip.e meeting that a num ber of bogus court orders had been mailed to members on February j to convey the impression that the Injunction had boon granted restraining proxies from voting. There was much excitement for h time in the opposition 'amp, which wa? headed by Thomas A. Hill and G. L.. M. Borglum, following a;; attempt to have the senders Md In contempt, until the judge decided thai these orders wore simply a state ment of the position of the opposition. The number of directors was increased from five (■« twolve. and the Initiation f p c was doubled, making it now * : ". WORRY KILLED LABOR LEADER. Biood Clot on the Brain Caused by Anxiety. Pittsburg. Feb. Simon Burns, a labor leader, who died her last night, was the victim of << blood c!ot on the brain. This was learned through an autopsy which was held •■""■> the body to-day. The physicians say that it wa? 'caused by worry over financial troubles and anxiety over the outcome of labor dissensions that have engrossed his attention for several year.-. JANITOR AND GIRL MISSING. Disappear at Same Time from Their Bronx Homes. The simultaneous disappearance of George Joseph Raub, a janitor, and $t\&e Mamie Wilson, from their homes in The F.ronx. was reported to The Bronx de tective bureau latt night by Mr-. Julia Tlaub, the janitor's wife and toe girl's stepfather, Harry Wilson. The Kaub home is at No. 651 Kaglo avenue, ■ id the Wil son home at N"o. 181 Brook avenue The disappearance occurred last Thurs day morning . Mrs. Rauli and Wilson took letters to the bureau which, they said, had. been left by the janitor and Mamie Wilson in their respective homes the morning of the alleged Bigl '•-• The letter which Mrs. Raub said she received from her husband read: "I am just si"k of everything. 1 went o-Jt West. You will ha<,e to do the best you ran. I think : ■•.; will never see me again. Sec- if you can get your share, and you can have mine, too. Take the summons to a -..;.. what he can do for j ■■ •' teetiv" "I know this will he a great shock, but it i- for the best. I" am gone away, and might return some day. I have taken some money. Perhaps •••! will try and have me arrested, but it will be no use, because i will kill myself if found: so don't try to bring m baefc. Give my mother— God blesa her!— my love, and ten her lam safe. Keep this from her as long as you can, for it might hurt her." M- rU^ub explained the references to litigation and money in her husband's let ter by saying tint P.aub's father died last December and left him $200 in his will. and that there ha 2 been some tfoubla about the will. Wils >n told the detectives that his stepdaushteir bad taken $23. but that he was willing to forgive ever: nun. if she would return. FIFTY CENTS WORTH S'i.ooo. Confederate Coin Shown at Numismatic Club Dinner. For possibly the second i ■■.. since, it was v preseatfd to Jefferson l>a\is during his m curobency us President <■: the Confederacy, ■ shortly after it wa.s struck off In the Vi « ! Orleans mint in the latter pa) of th* ■ ear i v,, i a rare 30 c^nt piece of the Confed erate .States of America, was exhibited by the • •■■ Mi Adams, •■ Brooklyn, at «" informal dinner ■■■ the Numismatic Club, held at is.' • ■ - <■.<■•:> house, last nipht. Mr. Adams, who recently purchased the coin in Philadelphia, values it anywhere ii..ii. S^.OO') to $10,000. The piece is one of four that were made in the New Orleans ramt in 1361 by the Confederates^ One ivas presented to President Davis, and It v . _,„ sub.-^f'ju^ntlsv stolen from htm. The others have not been heard from. DENISON FOR MATTEAWAN. District At'"- 1 • Whitman stated last night that Herbert Jerome Denison, the demented man now in custody accused of f-hooting Arthur rihibU-y and Robert Loma*. would not be Indicted to answer those charges. Instead, he will be tudJcted on the charge ... bavins shot John l'it«Jeri'.-k-. wlto positively i4entitied 1 ••■:;! OH •■( the bearing before MagifitwU Corrlgno. Pont sod U possible, will theu be cominftted to -,.,.,-.: Asylum ■••■ the Criminal In saii". The District Attorney feels thai if n o ;.:■ boys DenhtOQ'i tivar—ra n.-ii upon a convirtlOß fvr ha-\l»^ thot Fredericks aUI bt as nvjch a., co-ild be . ....■!■ any ether lndKlmcnt. STUDEXTS OX STIitKIC. Resent Discharge of Favorite Instructor at Academy. East Greenwich, r. i.. c b. 7. -All but one of the forty rodent pupils and a majority of the boarding students at East Greenwich Academy refused to at tend school to-day because a favorite instructor, C. S. Holbrcok. of Shelburne Falls, Mass., was discharged last week. The feeling of the pupils has also af fected apparently the sentiment of the townspeople to such an extent that the future existence of the academy, which i? over a century old, is threatened by the decision of many citizens to-night to withdraw their children from the acad emy and send them to another school unless the difficulty i.« satisfactorily 5-ettled within H few days. The Key. C. A. Stonchouse. president of the acad emy, appeared before the school commit tee of the town to-night to explain his action, but the result of the meeting was not made public. The boys and girls declared to-day that Mr. Holbroolc had been an efficient teacher and had created a fraternal feeling among- the student?, and they said that a change in the. teaching: staff In mid-year meant a serious setback to their studies. Mr. Stenhousc issued a statement in which ho declared that a student had presented him a legal con tract requiring- the President to retain Mr. Tlolbrook's services or forfeit sev era! hundred dollars. The president sa:d he thought this document was false and declared he saw the teacher and lieu tenants picket the grounds and turn back several pupils. HER PLEA SUCCEEDED Mother Tells Judge Son Is Cousin of Majior Gat/nor. [By Telegiaph to Tho Tribune] Kansas City. Mo.. Feb. Patrick (Jaynor. twenty-two years old, did not iTiake, any claim to distinguished kinship when lie entered a plea, of guilty in Jus tice Shoemaker's court ten days ago to ,- charge of taking a sack of grain. He was sentenced to serve thirty days in the county jail. His mother, Mrs. Michael Gaynor, was not so modest to day when she applied to Judge Latshaw, of the Criminal Court, to parole her eon. "That boy is a second cousin of Mayor Gaynor of New York City," Mrs. Gaynor informed the court. "My husband is a first cousin of Judge Gaynor. My hus band is so ill he couldn't come here. My son is the only support I have. Won't you parole him?'' Tor. minutes later Patrick Gaynor *nd his mother walked out < A f court together. CARRIES BABY OVER CORNICE. Woman Makes Way to Safety at Fire Over Narrow Ledge. A fire which the police think was of a auspicious nature at ■ No. 437 West 30th street last night rendered eighteen families, mostly Italians, practically homeless. The building is a five story double brick tene ment bouse. On the rirst floor above the stores the janitor Lena Brudze, -was with her three-months-old baby. A little crirl opened the door and was met with a puff of smoke, and at the same time Mrs. Brudze saw the reflection In a mirror of tire in the hallway and stairs. It was use less lor them to attempt to escape, that way, so they sot out on tho tire escape, and. helped by her husband, the woman v.alked across a piece of cornice -work about a foot and a half wide and seven feet long, to the adjoining- souse, carrying the baby. The lire made rapid headway, but the families on the fourth and titth Boors es caped over the roof to adjoining buildings. BLACK HAND AFTER HIM Order a Grecnpoint Man to Put Money on a Gas Meter. David Frank, president of the Metallic Bedstead Company, Franklin and Green streets, Greenpoint. one or the wealthiest residents of Wijliamaburg, receiver] a Black Hand letter recently, which threatened his life if he did not leave ?3X> on the lan -of a •■,■)-■.• of -a; meters at No. too India street. A similar letter was gent to Mr. Frank about a year ago, but he did not pay any attention to It. This time, however, be became alarmed, and handed it to the po lice. Captain Colenian. of the Grecnpoint station,, has detailed detectives to watch the meters. ,\ detective accomj -••■•• Mr, frank erery day when h«* ta!; tomary eoaehhig i ip ATTACKS UNITED FKOIT CO. Adolph Segal Sues It as an Unlawful Combination. ; By Tel*?raph t--> Th? Tribune ' >-»-» Orleans, Feb. ".-Alleging that the United Fruit Company is made up of seven concerns and is an unlawful and criminal trust and combination with no power to acquire stock of the Blueflelda Steamship Company, Adolph Segal, of Philadelphia, tiled an intervention to-day in the suit of Frederick M. Steele agahast the United Fruit Company. The petitioner alleges that th© Rluefields company is entitled to (10,000,000 in penal ties from the. United Fruit Company under the Sherman anti-trust law. The Interven m»u is directed nsratnst Andrew Preston, of Boston, president; Minor C. Keith, of New York, vice-president of the alleged combination, and A. F. Orr, president, and other officers of the Bliieflelqs company. LOCHINVA.R IN A RED AUTO. Girl Seized.. Rolled Up in Blanket and Carried Away. [By TPlesniph to The Tribunn.) Norristown. Perm., Feb. 7.— Kathcrme Qiirmo, sixteen yean old, daughter of John Qurmb, of Bridgeport, was kidnapped thl- evening and carried aviay in a lan?e re.j touring car. The father of the girl «ay« that Veto Parone, twenty-six years old, a rejected suitor, is the kidnapper. The girl was on her way home this even ing, with her two sisters, fr*m a hosiery mill. At the Ford street bridge they saw h litrse touring car standing '•■ Ide the curb. Suddenly three men leaped out of the c«lr and fjrabbed Kathcrine. The g;rl dated and her two Bisters attempted to Intervene. However, two of the men rolled Kathcrine in a blanket, while the other man kept the two 'sisters from interfering. The chauffeur then started off at top speed. Th.- police have no clew. YOUR OPPORTUNITY May Be In The QUALITY ADS. On Page H, TfeDtj'i New York Tribune YEAR'S COLDEST DAY Coafftased from nr«» p«^ February 7 of last year fluctuated be t\vec:i m and 39 degrees above zero thr'-iug-lKJiit the day. MAYOR BRAVES BITING AIR. Walks to and and from City Hall and Works— for a Time— with Door Open. Nothim? like a drop of the mercury to zfi-o or thereabouts could discourage Mayor Gaynor in bis love of fresh air. In spite of the frigid atmOsphet e.and the stiff wind the Mayor walked both ways between his home in Brookyn and the City Hall yester ay . But he was clad warmly in a heavy ulster and ?ecmed to enjoy the rr\<i. brac ing air. The Mayor had •erne e*maideratloo; no, - ever, for those in the City Hall who can not stand so much cold as tie can- In ac cordance with tho order? issup-1 last reels the two front doors and the back door of the building were fastened open. The bit ing winds soon reached the marr»asr<? li cense bureau. and the clerks complained that they could not k*ep their pens In their hands. When this was toW to Ms Honor be gave orders that the doors should m closed— for the day only. FORTY BELOW ZERO UPSTATE. ■j Vassar Girls Hold Carnival and Band Instruments Freeze Up. Poushkeepsic. Feb. T.-Villagcs in the in terior of Dutchess County report a tem perature of from IS to 22 below aero thl3 morning. In spits of the. cold weather ♦•>- night the- students or Vassar Colics? h«ld their annual Ice carnival on College Lake, but the music by the 21st Regiment Band was often interrupted because of frozen valves in the instrument?. Glens Falls. Feb. 7.— The Adirondack re gion is experiencing the coldest snap in several -.ears. Twenty degrees below zero is registered in the sun In this city, while at Lake George and other parts of the Adirondack's the mercury dropped to 31 and 40 degrees below zero. Osweee, Feb. 7. — Temperaturea longing from zero to Ii below prevailed throusjbout Osweso County during tb< !a?<t twenty-four liour?. Fruit growers fear riamnsre to the peacfa i '""j 1 Kingston. Feb. 7. — The thermometer sank to 25 degrees below zero to-day at Stam ford. Delaware County, breaking this win ter's record for the Catskill Mountains. At Grand Gorge it was only one degree warmer. Amsterdam. Feb. ".—The Mohawk Valley is in the grip of the severest weather of the winter. The mercury since Sunday morning has been steadily under the zero mark, and was down this morning IS de gree;; below In this city and still further in exposed places o?. surrounding hilis. ; ' -t. Feb. 7.— Tl estreat "■' tem perature for th|a winter and the oineter readings reported here in t' = , year? were reached this morning. At the Ctlca. State Hospital it .-' de "You can fool all the people .**orr« of the time and some of the peools ail the time: but you can't foot ALL of the people ALL of the time" We have found that we can PLEASE all the people al! the Mine with Ruppert's Knickerbocker Beer. The great and growing demand for this beer proves that it pays to please the public regardless of the care or cost involved. JACOB RUPPERT'S KNICKERBOCKER BEER The Beer That Satisfies has no standard short of perfection. The malt and hops are the ch?i'* ( ?s f . the water is scientifically filtered, the beer is thoroughly sterilized- You pour Knickerbocker Beer from the gla^s bottle just as it come? frorr the : lined tanks, without human handling or exposure to the atmosphere. It is carefully matured beer, gratifying to the palate, satisfying to the Btomacb— the best bcrr for health or pleasure. The reasons why different kinds of milk have their individual value:— To the Physicians of New York and Brooklyn, the "SHEFFIELD FARMS" Respectfully submit the following Report of the Milk Com mission, Medical Society of the County 01 New York, dated Jan. .list, 1910, of Our Renowned Brookside Milk, which stands alone as a scientific product: " Th following count, were made of Munptca taken nt milkiß*. with th- pH«e. tn*d» *♦* **mf l.tcr »n«* <ounl«d after tro.tmj ut r..om trmper»tur*> Tor f*ur d»v, : Number of Bwltle m, From Tall. >|Mk , r >> !..>. irowth !■•■•• •• •• no. ■:. . ..tv •• - .. No , ...... •• .. No , IJV - No. ;» . 313. '•'• .-\— :• ■' - Vl> 7.1 •• 113, I'miii * '*■ at Dairy.... ••« • SI, I'ruut ('ootor... *•'*. From Pooler. -..--•-- M-h. I r..n, \ M I n<l<-r < t>.>W ■M. i rum H..(ti,,, M.i. l,i^ .".'.* I ■ ' 1 ' ■•in It*. tiling >litv-l>lnt> M». I n.in t),>tttln~ Mi, hIM- Fhis Milk is 2O CENTS a quart. Others may charge as much, but Brookside has no equal. Our other Certified Milk 15 nts a quart. these % prod CvC v h c a ts enSC any °"C" C ho can Produce a milk of equal quality with SHEFFIELD FARMS, SUWSON-OEGKER CO. ' w .. /-m. at the ri—rrHl> r>orth of crees »** ■ decrre , heW^v and at.the the city X «»* of he -ity it wa3^ degree^ reservoir «Hit h p re » istere ,l nfrom U %%%zSM*m °' ciock i tow. S. V.. Feb. 7.-*-Ub the , me^r' registering from 14 to » de tbermometer r 5 grits SaS ■ Ne-« York U es ,u ncaxby P-ac-* weather of the soa *^S£S^?m han^ thc oprn : S ° n " Terrain- I« 0° yt " is rS-rtM ,s^ eity-nve Inch., thick, and • bountif.il harrert is^ure-l. v v Feb 7 — Th* <oeM wave w ss t ts d Jv .t.,.n.H.H - ■ • tJ^ 30 degrees below zftro In Hrt> Ht^nd M ,h»e and 30 *&*?» be*=* «W« f* rA nac I^ko and Upper Cliatcaugay Lak^. MISSING FISHERMEN SHOW UP. Find Shelter at Last on Lake Mi - Death at Waterto^n- Buffalo. Feb. 7.-The mm*'* cold record was registered early to-day, when the t«a p-ratur* was officially « *«rees belor* zero. There is much suffering in the fishing camps along the «raterfr««l Two fishermen. Samuel Crock-tt and * companion, who up to a late hour last night had not returned from the lake, reached Buffalo to-day from the Canadian side. Tl-3y had a narrow escape from the fate of Herman Enyder. who died In a lwspital last night, after having been pushed ashore , p. i sled by Frank rreßapn. who was him self badly frozen. After fighting the bitter wind for hours and desperately tramping miles in the dark as they felt death by freezing overcoming them. Crockett and his companion found shelter near Fort Erie After .-■ search of several hours, :.Tir! .1. Condon, a patrolman -i the Central Park po'ico station, who. after midnight. lr.:d failed to make his hourly telephone reports. was found early to-day lying uncocscio'is in a vacant lot near his teat His hands and feet -were frozen iaj his condition is critical. Waterto-K-n, N. V., Feb. 7 -Xi '.-. re Oaiis. fifty years oW. of. Sa«*et*a Harbor, was found frozen to death in the village tal! to day. He vas last sc<-n Saturday, and it is thought he went to the hall to s>le*p and succumbed to the •■■>■ ', AGED WOMAN FREEZES IN BED. Toledo, Feb. 7. — Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neill, ••--one years old, who has lived alone for thirty years, was frozen to death la3t night In bed at her home, at Miami. Her body -was found to-day by a neighbor, who had been giving her assistance. HUNTER FREEZES TO DEATH. nuiilnMaja. Mass., Feb. 7.— Guarded by 1,1- faithful doe for two nights and a day through the coldest spell of the winter, the frozen bod- of Edward Tultey v/as found in the woods near this town to-day. Tulley went rabbit hunting Satur day morning, and it is supposed he was stunned by a falL , i FIND CHILD FROZEN TO DEATH. | New Brunswick. N. J-. Feb. • (Special I *. ' ( John K"!lcr. the three-year-old ?on of . i Mr. and Mrs. John Keller, -who wan pare* I away from his home, at SayreviHe on Jan- . BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY Third Aye,. 90th to 92d St. FAMILIES SUPPLIED BY RETAIL DEALERS "±sr — ..M f t is your**s own fault * if your floors arc scratched i>ir floor* I*ll th«? «»nrT «f th« ■■w'J itswia** «r«trrbt M »•>•» ■•!•»-*»*% tea rtld'nrf '» tnfj»llb~.> tn«^l »a "Mir *•£? luV'l'*'*"* l floor*, and m*». A»»M ,, r 4j thl* fWm«:tl*><». E«jcip rev fi!'»J. Jjjf t-,r.- rritb : . J FELTOID CASTERS f AND TIPS |f They eanr">t s'-ar »»• aaaai mm ■ fln?«b-«J surfa< •-■ or n»r t?M rro»t £ deltcst* fabric Ask >mi r timUnr? ■ <t«atar about VXt-TTiIO CAi-rEP.S ■ and TTPO. s.tl 'ns'.rt tha* a!l ■ -m «•«• furiiit'jC-* b<» eTi'.pv^-J Wttb ■ MTir« tV " **f»»1 T«»i^ d'«l- I*. »r'» oarrv. «i") wri-^ «• ti«»w gfv f»»r ?r— rnnn B<J**lsl<*. • r ife THE BIRSS * BASSICK OMP*<nr t2? Dcpt. *. Bridgeport, (O\v €y u-'iry -5. "5" 43 found fr>nie.n t» <l.»atb jj,. tcrday. T!se child's borly wat nsar <t ditci la I^dgar';* iwanqi frozen stiff. On *.o« <j(, the lad disappeared h<* had Visited v t , grandmotner. Mrs. .'^lam Tca'er. started him home and «afefw4 v-rnv -m i)aw ha entered Urn crat^'w-sf^. HIGGTNS CHARGES BASELESi So Thinks the Mayor After Hearc| Accusers of Bronx Park Heai Slayor Oaynor mad* .-»riort wrk y»;»jr. day of tho <?^arg<» against Thomas J. Plafjaj Park Cornrnf?«ioner of 7s, Ffonx. in conn <»<-r ion «-lth h!s ■ — duties as c.naii-r'^r! of the coxsmictjt w haßaaßßßji of tbe Board of E4t3<atls. After hearing HtaN Farr?U. t**io v , cu?ed '■or.;r.:> Hl^glas of iwrfej said tbat it would cost X^A to secure 1 transfer from one ssocoo: to another. £• ?-Tayor expressed hi.< ronrictlon that t'-» whol'' charge was tn urrrT^d ;p ??» n y, h» »»d tri»d raM arrd rxaml-cd *;t.; t . n— for fMxt'"' ■ years and -« • fw •»,, fully competent to puss or. th» eh*:?** Two other men. •"r'n.o iiad been Jaaoan in public FChools. were aake<l ro aaV stantiate the changes that tiny ha*! tnt orpre?£ed by th<s comr/iiitae of the Bca^ of Education when Mr. Tii^jm^ •was at its iipad- One of them ackr.o^"Ted;»4 tsa: he had be«n iHai;i!a*ed for fai'lng to pa? hi? help, arrd oris r»f t!rr ■■--.. had be»n f!n?<l for taking «.?bool SBppJfej. PRIMARY BILL NOT YET READY. fßr T'.ie^rajh T<i Th» Tribu-e.i Albany. Feb. 7.— The Hugfces direct ?r roar; bill was not introduced to-night ad may not be Introduced tc-rrorrosr. alttaßgS it surelj' will t--- pr»?<»nted some rfay tta week. '- itfll is c —-••■-■-! as !rr:p»rf»ct i som" of » derails. Goverrior H-;?Vs Xi Kobert TI. F^jiTcr. bfal secretary, wortri m it '.esterda:'. most cf last night aa<J aB ix? to-day.