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iribttne <?<* **?'*. T"",*"k i" .?o 1111,1 i.. ,??rr??. f;,?r ffmttm - '<*""? ?..-iii..rr..H. H?..! ? |,?|.. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .H), 1911.-F0URTEEN PAGES. ** PRICE ONE PENT Tin (Hi of >??? 1 ?-.ru. .Ji-r^i ? I?* ?n'l HehoW?-? RMFIVHRRE IU<> < KNTC. GARY DEFENDS THF BIG CORPORATIONS Would Have Government Con? trol Them, Even to the Fixing o- Prices When Necessary. WANTS TRADE COMMISSION V.'ith Power to Supervise Big Business-One Defect in Sher? man Law-Too Much Pol? itics for Bigness Interests. 1 Washington, .\-'\ ?9 - Elbcrl 11. Qar: hsad ot the Unit Corporation, unfold?sd tu the ? ' ? rce to? -;ulatIon ? I ? ? and th? t of a ?oni? on, fr?->m which ap o (ho ? when ? he hill of ., ?i the ? a nt i :i?i nol ' ' ? ' ? . Pressed I ?:'???" '1 that 1 ? ? "P. he - ? ..... ? ? ? ???poly ; hav? 1.? ma ? ; lained th ? 1 old - - cr the . I ? tround e? ntleman hape j Afraid to HoM G*'/ Dinners Now. ? itels : that ? ??'?? he t ment rommii - e th? that I, an I ? ? the Ind "The dtfllc irty might do. " ? ! and Li 1 Ii 1 the ; I I - ' I Ion 01 and what ?hi of pub I : ' ti I Election Disturbing Business. ? : : eml 1 re I not ..n the !?" ? ti olitlcal i'iir ? ? ? Hon. .1- control . ID ? 1 not train! oi trade" This f? would pr? -?iii over? elimination in com? ? 1 ' ' ?jf ap\ It shoul 1 ?ii:-'? l!;i\<? poan r to <1? ?? mitt? -\ by ; gantsatlona who ??? ? urns. ;m?l ' ?i? mo ? ?tl '. lid, "if ptil t oui mu. d I'll M??n?l paga The Great Game By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS A fasc-nating mystery story begins in next Sunday's Mapazine of the New-York Tribune w MOROAN BUI STEH it from tha lo I Persian ? of the INSULT TO THE PREMIER Labor Loader So Characterizes Latest Act of Suffragettes. i ..i ?. ? pnr. . ecenl - \ th. ( tilth. i. rniptlona pi? \ squlth from dell? ? - m.'i 01 -ii Tl ? Pre niior. after t. ? i >... < * - "? effort? t.. ??-? ? r? h iti disgust trouble began at soon as Mi it ? thi rostrum 8001 -- who had gained admlMion to the hur'-h. **| him with ? ri.-- t Votes for women!" On? of their number 1 halned herself ?<> r. Mini wa ? ? ? ? ?I ?>!ily ;ift.-t a ? struggle, durii % a hlch th? ? on^f waa In an uproai Labet '?'- aft. Mr. \ 5- ? 11 j i 1 ?-> hi?! bed 1 be ? en? aa %n Inaul* '" and 11 degl i<ini.?-?n ?" life. WOMAN ON MAYOP'S STAFF 1 /er Added 1 1 .icial Family ? a. Confidential onographer. ed n woman to ins official staff, (?f hl?;h .-?? t.?inn ? ii? ace, Mrs on, ?.f Nu ii*l Kaal -".A fldentlal st< *. takln** tli? pla. e "f J Matthew . win. some time ago be offli ... jilllili.' J . l**'.?l, when sb? was appoint. ? In th? Intern? 1 Ite h< !.. ? .in rfldal stenographer In Hi" L'n t. ?! Co rt, in Brookl* H. being th. in si n ever to 1 ? place. Lat. r Mr. Marlon i:'-!'l ?? confidential place in \- t!..t ? uk up tin- study ??f la**. t.. th.- 1.m- in ):<?? ? ? ? 1 line ? : tn the law relating* t ? the 1 he * hlldren of <ii\ ?? 1 ? ? ?t which the co make ,.|kiit .lit' 1 the 1 ? nted. For? ? i be made a hlch a 1 1 hlldr. n. .?. ho has s 1 .mu?. r home Long !'?' !?? li. ? ? ?ill ni Cornell Uni? ? ? ? SINGER MAY LOSE VOICE J. A. Metcalf, Ohm h Soloist, Op? erated on for Cancer of Tongue. j?ui ? ?id. nt "f the Met :it Fifth and ' M opul. 1 .1*1 in ? ? he city, will again. It : ?1 ? |.. ration for ? mi' er "f . make hlmseli undersl.1 m talking ? I Hart!. "f No. 81 "?S'< .-t 19th g 1 '111 - lospltal. it was ?? ? ? i ? i ? bal Mi Met? .iif ?. ; bad Li .ii 1. ?! Ill 1 loaba. i<, <?f ?? ? Company, - ltd thai th. op? r atlon had n. ?t t-teen of s particularly serious ; M1.1t Mr Metcalf would be bai k bom?. Ne "? '7 lit; '? n Ithln . bii malady overt? ently .ii ..-.-iif ?A. * ?lr .it . 1 *hun ii. He baa been ?> nu mb< r ?if ?i ndelssohn Society since 1871 an 1 has ? t ..i.- /mii Protestan! Epis? opal ? 1 th,. Mini: ? Methodist pa] Chun ii He aumbers tha Led? 1!,. Vanderbilt* and many others <>f . 1 -it amoaa hi.- frl rada ASKS $1.000 AND GETS IT Hold-Up Man, Unmasked, Em phati?-.*! Request with Revolver. \-.1ti.i.u\i-r. B. C Nov. iV. \t tlie i*om ll;;il],1 ,,| an unmasked man aimed with -i ,., vo|V? , a. D. M< u???i, taller ?t Ihn branch <>? t ???- Royal Baak ?>f da) band? <l <>\? r IMM rauh. The ? ml,- IV..1 ? I? 1 ks won In ,,?. |,,,,i; win -i ii"- Granger antan -1 ,. ,,,, .1 thouaand." he la.?rally ,,,.,],','. ,| ,.,,.,! ti,?- tell? r compiled. The stran? P(li putting 't.' rail ? '' bUM Into i.;h peek? ,,, burrl. J a,,**'; ?* IRUSSH THREA??NSWAR unless sura goes Instant Dismissal of Treasurer General of Pr.rsia Insisted Upon. i U. S. WILL NOT INTERFERE Troops to March on Teheran Within 4 3 Hours if Bhfth'fl Americar oficial Fail? to Retire. Teheran, Knv 29. Russia's ultlmal im has i ? - n ?le h er< ?' t.. Pe? -1 Russia inda the Instant dlamlaaal of W. Morgan Bhuste the ttneri? in Traaa w hoee admin? istration of th? nclal de| irtmenl has ?? ?i In thi presenl - mplicatlona, and .mi Indami - penses In? : In sending Russian troops to Per? sia ?Should the dlamlaaal of Mr. Bh?ater ? ? rrled out a Ithin fort \ ?eight hums. Russian troopa will march on Tehar in and tl ? additional expenses will 1-- .iihii-ii t.. the indemnit > li i- stat? -i 'onfldently thai th? ' 1 lonal ? 'oum II will i demands. Mr Bhuster, In .?>') Int? ? ? ? . said thai the rancell itlon of his contract r. st.-.i enlIr? ly with 1 N" ; ? t?. ?nal ' 'oundl. Whatever ma cling of the TVrsi ? i n.. i r. ?? snd it is >--;ii.i tn fa? or Bhust? r, Pers ks In i t is thi: to \ni. ? ? . ?a ill N ? ? get ?? ? ? i nited Bta ment, Mr ! . li- n -i- mandins. th? of Mr. Hhiiat? upon ? inii ? I ? . - - ? - - firent 1 Th? pr pul . i ? ? i \ ? ?. ? ? ? tlonal ? with ' I ? I .... ? I li\ ... ? ? ? tain portloi are In t hi it. Pet mar.Is on Pel atru? tloi ? ? ' <- r\> ii-,.. | ?;r<\-.t Brit roxc\ wit I Russia ? latter'a ?I'mand for Mr. ? mal ,. .,. ? .i. of i!< Mia ihro ighe t th? | n g in 1 ton | .... , , Mr. SI ? ran In a privat? I it tl ail fu? i ... pos) early 11 I in \\'.. I M ... I? rtafce the lash and Mi Shunter's name i . hi i? i, ,i i ? i he Pera ment, the Btate Depart? X . Bta ?? i ?? tak? n the i ?? i man i-????? i run? ni and In ti in? any ofllclal ? onne? tton with Ih? . rnmenl ol Ih? l'nlt? d Bl itea Bin? ? .: . ? ilty, when ni.ji cil? i: n go veri i ],|.i. ? ,| ill ? ? .ill. nil?! to I ?? ? Btate !'? i arm,. n< noi lh< Kt Teheran ha entered into th? ..in?.ii -? r 000-MILE I' .'-TH WALK Man and Wife End Thirteen Months' "Hike" To-day. an ' No -"?' \ walk ol . i -_- i 11 th? s. n I miles n ill be dnlahed by Mis. Stella W ooll mid to be th? i liara pion woman long distance walker of the i..! hei husl .H"i, I ta ighl H Woolf when th< i an h e at their borne In Kansas I to-morron 'i h.- trip si n i? ?i at s,ni Antonio, '!'? v . more than thlrt?*en months ago, 'i he p.- ?i- went ?n.-i to Atlant n to New fork, where th? lurn?sd their steps toward home. Prei lously i h? made two othei walking tours, and have cov? ered ., total ol lit? '?'** miles on foot. "When you g< I Into s rut, walk -laid Wool! to-ds . ai be es plained that h,- I....K up walking In ord? r t.- get the outdoot lit?- which his physician two years ago said be must have, ai that tine WoolTs health was i.r, and tbe ,?, ?tot told him he would bs ,n the "i" n or die, ?i., ? -,.., iggeated his n If?. "for m aloni " -** .it, them ?i m th? famllj pets, .i faithful pony, which bas drawn s cart carrying their baggage on ths long man b? s, ind Ths Woolfs I n and slept In .,!,,. ,,?.,n Bines i ?. i '.mi- San Antonio ot ? nights out of ni with a roof ?i\?i tinir beads BORDEN S FIRST MAJORITY 44 Canadian Parliament Approves Speech from Throne at Initial Division. Ottawa, NO* M Tka strength ?behind the lior.i.n governm" shown in' Puritan? "' i"-?1 ndnnaai by \ Bjr Wilfrid Laurie? was defeated and the . ft.m i ? ihn m api.i by s m ? - jorlt) "? fertJ ?'? i t.i- la the fli - ' ?? r lbs r.rw gevsruioaul 'iss mm ? m HEADING DF HER lEEEEf i .__ i Defence Buried Under Avalancl of Epistles of Love and Pleading to Stokes. ASKS FOR $2,500 IN ON i Owner of Ansonia, After Tw Days on the Stand, Welcomes Turn in Trial of "Shoot? ing Show Girls." The defence was, figuratively, hurl? undei an avalanche of letters by tl itlon yeaterdaj al th?* trial of tl two show girla, Lillian Graham ar Ethel Conrad, rharged with shooting v ! ' ? Btokea, owner of the Aneonla, i their apartment al the Varans In Jun tanl Dlstrlci it torn, i Buckn? ? d nearly three hours at the elm of the croa ?examination of Mr, st??k< m reading In evidence ? ? ? * s. * entj n. ?t < and letters, covering s period from i *? rember, 1'??h;. t., November, 1010, whlc were written bj Miss Graham to Btokei Beginning In the earlier period of thel acquaintance with the formal "Dear M Btokea." the i 01 r?espond< n ? rapldl . until "Dear Bill: " and "Des i *? wr?' among the more afTectlon ?? let m- ?i addr. ss ' ??f th?- letters were written in ?h moal aff? *1 Ions ie terms of ? ndeai and h piaint i? ? dlaappointm? n ? th-rir i. i Ipienl a ai n?*gl< i tful an did n-?? come t.. se? h? r often ? nous n hile she li\ ed In th? ? i .. Ii,?*? ? ; ? at?.|lv In? i'l'litall? . i f... ma' ? rrl the ? pistil i snd n nl moal -???-'? i thai the m? i rdently I writer ipreaaed heraelf the mr'r.- -ii . ...| Il a i- the turning of the tabl? rffort i?i show * ' ? Rio?. i snd th? ? DernanH?, Mis?. Graham's Letter?. 1 f,,? t h. .1 iriarlf ' Graham i ....-"?? i her l..in "Ht i productini ? i . im'a letter ? i ? ? the pn ? |hi Distri.M * ' i"t ? ? itssini nal doc '?n?-i kepi n i ? iwyert tak< h l?s mr . Ml s down snd wepi * of th. I. ... ra n d Ml In ? sin t? .?omf'irt h?*r. 1" the ;? Mrs \tirjr. ?? who ? ? ??? from San F rand??*.' lo t? tlfy In i.? ualC of har sister, Mi??. ndet ? it rain and eni ?*? ?jii? Mi*. Bli **1< ton il b. ?id. bei i i th? ... ts, did hat in m n an effort I - toke had i" en und? i th? m? of ? ? ? ii" irad i' ???ii" the r? piti (forded in merely ? 'ii and Identif) in? one I? tt? Ihei * ? ?? I."in ? li i lettei dat? d Febi i.i. where Misa ? ... ., \li B( i ki oa you m .11 i ? -, : ? . ti ? un i jin onlj tal - to the A i lotel. nol . ? , ..m? ? ,i l"it, .' ? ? k?' ,' J nlll m un me and ?? tell m. ? ' me, e hen I know ? on ?! I perl ??!? ? I, tul i have made up my ? mattet ? ? otig .. i ?i. i i ? i I carwl foi ': m iicfl or you already inywu) ? I Urs) met ou I have n. ?fled pro ? - s. but now ! iBjali ill- II p with rei ewed im and ??oui? lo | ? 11 ? that 1 am n all) ?i? t? i min? a ?l?. i am writlna all this ? i could ? ? ; tell It t. i u H i leava ti. \ .. ? : .... . ,., , oulil ne?, er bear to live . house .- nli . i?. With a 'I m* i I . 1111. . i . i. LILLIAN. Evidently Miss Graham did not ?<< tot ne\ eral I? tt?srs follow?*?*] In March and ?pr?, in which she continuad to scold Mr. Btokes for nol coming t'? .?.,?? i,.-i a i the Ans.mi.i at,.i arousing him of being attentive to s 'wl.loa Under the date of Man h IS 10.**" it* a rote i ?.ai M Btokea : Ii t II not . . t.... bt lo f you are nol would you klndli tel. l do nui think j 'i" lik.- ii,. nnj nun.-, i ? - ii. \ er come ... a. > m only . to, and even Ui. n i in. you do '."' .mil' BO I am IM I .. ask >ou air. more i i .i. ? ,, h ail day and lus! r? lui it |a i a. h a beautiful da) ? ou abould i * would ha ? made you .. m i and help ) ou to forget the oa " i . please lake s f. m minute? snd ii |< |,hon< a i think l era going to the theatre nnd ma) nol LILLIAN ft. wrote thai Mr. Btokea had nol bean '?> see her for two w...i!i' days, and "while to jrou thai may not seem long, lo me it la mi.-' two - he said. "1 hope I will set ? i ealng, bul if you i aanol come down, ?>in you at leaal telephone mef" He Stays Away, She Complains. hi,.' wrote ??!! April -'?? thai aha iinit?- sure he did aoi love bar any more, . .i awaj m long, "hu? i .,iii such ?' toepieing parson.** sha said, and then: "P. B Ajh going downatalrs to g? t .. ma.hi mi' now, bul will be back in ?i few iiilniit in an early Octob-ar letter, after Iflta m had vielted Mr. Btokea at bin . farm, In l^alngton, and returned to the Anton***! nhn said II, arte: You have broken mj in art. I did nol think yen ? ouM i?* so ? rat I, the ..a lefi me, to-day, in an angry way. i Hunk, dear, you ?>>><? me aa epetogy, ? || love m' i'ou have nol treated me quite fair, d.-ar. i thUik. bul anyway i love you aa much ;i- -v.r. Dearie, aa ? little h-ilint? for my Hounded heart could I not go t r a riae with you to-nlgbl ?' if not. win vim 'phone, m?* aayaray, pisase During 'be remainder of IH7 the aa? (-ntiinr?'. mi ??. mu? page. THIS IS THANKSGIVING DAY. ARRAIGNS AMERICAN WOMEN Filson Young Has Hail Words for Society butterflies. IB-, ?"?.hi- to The TrtlNHM I London, Sot \ in ?-n ,-i??t- u on er tlelaed bj Pilson Toting In m ? ? risttcs" In The English Review** hisl publish ?! Rhe Is as much -. 1...I tad, be says, as the fs ?? rn ban Her life, since m?*?? American men ? ?jpled ^ |rh Inisir ? ii\ .-.i simnsl entln u ; women, ' writes filson Young, "among favorites1 of other harems, who crowd together in no .m-.int linn been i artles, ring endless nonsense ai the top of ihelr voice? Just al the moment when women In American society i>?> naturo they ? ease to lire snd ? in.ii'i half children, half dulls. the) ?ran do s - they i i. a of tel mai riagi they surrend? r both indlvlduallt* and llbert* of thought ?lllll lll.iS Ml' III *~" much for the American woman In society. ? ?n the subject of the American .?i in th?> family the same writer holds rery < ? sa "It one lakes the famll* as the beats of any st.it.- or community," he .nui fudges ii by us failure or success in its communal purpose, then one must admit ih.it family life is one of the \-r i., i things m America. American tarn iii.-s are singular!) united, snd carry on Into mature age that unit) and affection ? which, n? ? nil?', last only through th? ?period "i childhood. There Is no pleas anter sight than thai of s well-to-do ri .m fi mil" 11" Ing In s ?beautiful, ?paclous bouse In one of the Southern BURGLARS CARRY OFF SAFE Leave It in Street After Door Had Been Blown Off. Shortlj h.-foi-i- mldnl thi last | ? young boy hurried oret to Patrolman i loebe, a ho arai at ? ' pas poel il M ?treat and i i at avenue, Informlns Mm of ? good sise bundle lying ?? block away, vviii.ii lie though) ought to be looked Into ii,,. i,, accompanied the lad, and behind ;?:? "i." ?tillar at First avenui ? .1 - overed s ?mall sisa safe wrapped up with a number .>f ba i i? waa lat? i i? ?uni<l that ib< longed to Dr. O. Ordich, ? dentist, Living at Mo .t Bai i Id street The ?'? ml door ? .i tin saf.- bad been blown out i>?i every? thing of ?value bad apparenl . been tak.?n out a number cH Insuran p p?ers sad other documenta <?t min.a- lit , ? ne? antre undtstui bed. i letectlve Bi ? nn in atta? bed t?> tbe Baal ?ih street station, on Investigation found that an entran?? had been forced la the r.-ai of in?- | round i'. km i" the dentist's ,,m,,, snd, fi u Ins ths* ? ild s es tin burglar* dtadded to lake no chances and '?>?>i< thi safe with them After rifling n of its valuable contents they abandoned it. People Mvtag in tin- neighborhood told in?- ?Jeteetlve that the] bad seen !?*"> i?? " earn a beavj bundle out ?r the dentist's oAce, place n In s push carl and make ou with it CAPT. P. C HAINS GETS DIVORCE. Justice Btaplstoo, ?if the Supreme Co-urt, grantsd ?' Bnel d?*crss ??f ehrarca la itrouk? torn, yi-st-niitv. t" captain i'?-i?-r ?'. Hatos, v.ho was recently pardorMd from Stng Btafg ? , .v.Tiior I'lx. from ?'laiulhi I.llil.y llh?n>. Hain?- was BSSd to Sin?- SinK alter bring convict f <1 of the m'ailii of William L AtmU at the Bayeidc lacht Club, in August. ISO*. "LIVE COWARD" BY CHOIC Cletgyman Watches Robbei Work, but Gives No Alarm Newbtirg, N *f., v ta 19 Early t< <-'. v t - - n-ti th<* sa ii the poet ? ' Idle Hop?**, s han '?-i near Ncwburg, an?l . ?? <r-?i a l< vu lued si several hundred do lars. The Rev J H. Lincoln, i sator ?->f tl Methodist Cl ar. h i ? -? by, watched tl safeblowlng from his b-*droom wlndoi ? no alarm. He is Id th it I ?nf. it '1 to be "a Hi" coward rath? than i dead hero." To make their e-*cape, the robheraatol wagon from E. W B irnea, n nit **roa ? r PET CATS TO*HAVE SUITE! Maids Will Tend Entries in Phil adelphia Show. Philadelphia, Nov. II Losan the eztenl of special suites In the Hot. Walton, will surround i | eats t be shown here December II to If Mak train, d . t to tend .?? the needs ? the animals ?>in take cars of each fun . ?' .liman ??;) haa been engaged for the eal Mil Carrol Macy, of Nea fork, will show. Solid .11 ver comba and brushes, In man -, win h?- used by the maids ? raring for l - coats Heavily padde ? with -ilk or satin, wil furnish th? animals in the hot* and In the 3d Regimen) Armory. Care sud is few children gel will be devoted to th : Angoi sa Malt? se and other rs es 1.1 be -m exhlbitloi Aa tla* aim placed by the fond owners on the cat the booths in th .r.|. rj ran fully. TAFT TURKEY ARRIVES Fine Thanksgiving Dinner Prom? ised at White House. i\ ashtngtoi ! ? "he forty-* Rhode Island turkey, milk fed and enticing, th? Thankaglvlag table - tomorrow arrived to~day. i. aas taken to the kitchens of th- executive Mansion, and tin- chef i>*gan t.? plan ?> dinner, erttii the turkey as the i lanag. n of an "ai> in ie will send the President if the finest spples to lie seen at the exhibition, and altogether President Taft. - i? ?.. ? One Thankaglvtng dinner, 'rii,.' I . ? -i -. Rob? i and Charles Taft, >ii>- E****eeident'e sun-?, will not .... hoOM from SChOOl, but Miss llcl-n Taft ??i! have several girl friends hare to sat dinner. While the dinner la the main f.at ittv of th- ' be Prealdent, be ? : I attend the Paa-Anaerteaa Tlr-ankssdvln** maaa OLYMPIC DETAINED BY FOG Liner Held at Southampton with 1,200 Passengers Aboard. Bouthamptota, (foi M Craing to a heavy ton in the Channel, the White star Omet pic, with i.fff saloon paaaantgen ai'i..i:ii. which was sehetfuled to sail from Southampton at neon, was still detained al midnight Ti.i? will i"* ths first voyage of the oiym loce the acii'i-'iit on September -?'? when lamm?'! Ii> the l?ritlsll ?jlllMlir Hawke. Cherbourg, Mov. H\ Wva bondrad im.*. sangers for the stsamshlps Olympic ami Krcnprlna Wilhelm, whi? h are fogbound.' a.- .stian?l?'l la re. the hotel accommoda - nuns Ik-Id?? isaaqual le the tax anea thssa. Man*, of the paSS??TtgCrS w? .?? foree.l t ?.',.. p last night on benches ". In the cars of the >pe?-lal train Which or?u?ht lliein from TarU J ROADS WILL FIGHT TRANSFER ORDER Public Service Commission's Act Looking to Restoration Stirs Surface Street Railways of Manhattan. SAY PLAN IS COiMFISCATORY Decision Affects 151 Points in "bis Borough and Is to Go Into Effect the First of the Year, but May Be Held Up by Litigation. Conferences will he hold among the various str?-et railway Pnes In Manhat? tan next week to decido upon a general policy of fighting th?* action of the Pub? lic Service Commission yesterday In ?lirc-tin?c its counsel to ?Iraft an onier restoring the transfers at l.*?l points in Manhattan which were abolish?***] when th?* old Metropolitan systSm ??*.)?"<*?I tS lio. The order is to take, effect th?- first of the year. From an authoritative source it was learned that the Third Avenue system would appeal to th?* courts a.?-, scon as th? order was entered. Th?* Metropol? ita-i gygtem Will nit?* s similar cours??. gald nn official hitth In the ? oun?*Hs of tl t road. This Will m?*an long and MgUy litiga? lion No move can he mad? until the Of der is entered officially Then tin? coun? s?-l for the roads Still ask for | hosril e An this Is expected to OS den?ed b\ the F*ut-itj. Service l lommlsston, g wr** of ? ertiorarl s 111 be sued out. Say Order Is Unwarranted Tb?> basis of ths gull ?will ht ?hat the ord.*r is "unfair, unjust ?n?l snwnr? .-.nif.'i bj tbe last and the fSctg In ths th? tee," snd, further, that to restore ths transf?ra would be ?quivalent to ngcatlng Hie property of the leads sf i.. ted it a III be assert? d hi ths ? .?,?1 for the roads that the prop. a/oul?! not make fan- r?stunts as Invest menta II the or?dsr of the Public Bet < 'ommlsalon is enforced < ?ne of th <??.-?i 'or tbs rost?s tl fected said last nistin that os gasa is the Supreme Court Issued the A! . of certiorsrl the gurfa? ? i I Wl*tj obtain an order rompslitng the Public Bsrvfce C?oumissioi" to ? hj it- otder should not bs up pending the Utlgathm, v Metropolitan system offi? iai gg|g~ ho believed there was a piit-sihiim- ,f eom?* of the reorganization committee of the Metropolitas si stem favoring ths i " It Bfegj be that they will regard tl ? ? l?*r ag an expression of public opinion I- ? >>>? I?. Bgflgg lii l:," he gald Guy B. Tripp, chairuian Of th? ganlxat Ion ? onus tneni ts?ould be issue?! until Ihe mittee met early next weak. Pressed bs to whst ? ??Urs?* ti?.mmlttee might take, he said "Th.* Metropolita) probably contest the ?>r?ier" ?iren Hoot, genera] manager of ?h? Metropolitan system w?oul4 sa] oui] that the order would mean .i ? ??nslder ghls extra burdsn upon ths propsrtJes embraced in the system. Frederick W. Wbltridgg, receiver ot the Third Avenue Railroad Company, spoke In a .similar \cin, and added that th - matter as tO what course wouM bo . .1 rested with ths reorganization committee. Adrian B. Jolina and Doug? las Robinson, receivers of the MstropoU? tan Street Hallway Company, r?*fi*rre<1 reporters i?? the reorganisation COaeaasa> tee. Text of the Order for Transfers. Th.- order proi IdSS through routes and lolnt fares for the transportation Of psS Seng? rs for a Joint fare of Hve cents for a COntlnUOUS trip in the same general direction as the maximum to hg exacted for su. . transportation between the lines ami at the points named ... in ad diti?m tu all transfers now existing or in force, auch Joint rato to be made ef? fectue by the issu? of a ticket or trans f?-r slip from the lino of tho company upon Which such passenger originates "?> such t~om~ectlng line at nn1- other sn?*h point t?> a linn operated ??Ither by the company upon which such passsaggr originates or operated hy a company now exchanging transfers with such original company.** other lines affected besides thoi?- men tloned ?ne the 4SI street, Mnnhattan ville & St. Nicholas Avenue Railroad Company, ths r>ry Dock, Hast Hroadwsv K Battery Railroad ?'ompany, the Kings bridge Railroad Cempaay, the Se-ond Avenue Railroad Corgpany, tho ?'entrai Park, North ?m?! Kast Hiver Railroad Company and the L'Sth and *J?>th Htrr-eta Croestosrn Ralhnoad ?'ompany. Th?* Publie Servi? e < 'ommission came tu its ?decision ><-st?-id.?v after li.ilding hearings ?>n the' matter that last.-d all summer. ? . - DOG MAY COST MAN'S LIFE Chauffeur's Skull Fractured in Search for Sister's Lost Pet. In trying t?> recover his sister's ?i?*g nf'.er It bad been stolen, Joseph Molino. s chauffeur, living at n<>. 2:r Seventh avenue, was badly hurt last nltj>ht b\ a fellow worker. He was removed t<? tho New York Hospital, with s fractured .'-.kul!. Th?* girl had her dog out for a walk. when a driver Jumped from one ol th? ears it? flro?t of i ontA si No. jt;, .*-. v ?nth avenus and. picking up th?* d?-g. threw it into his ?ab and drovg off. Her brother was trying to find nut who he was, w hen a chauffeur Jumped from hi! car and hit him ?,v?t the head with g tu?' pui.ip, knuckiiig him down, and, hitting the fallen man axait! over the head with the pump, the man jumped into his cat and dr?-ve off. Molino was rushed to the New York Hospital by Dr. F.verlngham. while a policeman started on S aearch for hia assailant, whose i*Hir>e he had. The h?js l Hal gurgessM did not think that Molino would survive his injury.