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and Financial Review. Real ?Estate and Financial Review. ??I, I V VI I \?' >}1 1 "i-1 To-da?. fair, lair mul mlili-r in-iiiiirro?i. "' |i.\.\ll- .XI ?-r,i.*t. l.l?ht wind-. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, JAM Ain 1913.?20 PAGES. ? * PRICE ONE CEN? Mn 4 II? of \f? \ ork. ????-?** i It l.l.M.UIIrH.; TWO t KMS .mil lloboke? y Navy Raciio Station at Newport Picks Up British Cruiser Natal by Wireless After a Long Search. OFF NANTUCKET TO-DAY American Squadron Sails to Convoy Vessel to This City and Expects to Meet Her This Afternoon?Lotos Club Pays Tr.bute. |t*ro ' ? i| ?? ' or T**e Tt Mute I Aboard U. S. Battleship Florida. Wsdftasday night, Jan. 1. 9:30 o'clock. ?By vv'cl?ss. via the Brooklyn Navy Y?rr! Radie Station.?Admiral Fiske re? ceived ttie following wireles? message at 9 o'c'ock to-night from Captain Gre?tor<*\ of tr-e British cruiaer Natal: "Wi ' be oH Nantucket Light vessel ?V S, m. to-.'?orrtjw, January 2." The Florida. Rear Admiral Bradley F.ske's flagship, is leading the North Dakota and Ine destroyers Roe. Dray lor. McCall and Pauidmg to the ren 'de. - at a twelve-knot pace, headed ;for Nanu.cket Shoals Light. The sea lis ca!m. with a fair wind anj only '?noicjh haze to obscure the horizon lejightly. Progress 'tas been steady. This srt'.iadron, which is to convoy the [British ".arshm benring Ambassador : Re.d's bedy 1o the anchorage at 99th ?t-ert ~nd Ihs North River, steamed out o< *he harbor this forenoon and headed for Nantucket Shoals Light. Rea. Admiral Bradley A. Fiske desires to proc?d up the North River about *0 r'c'ork Friday morning if possible. i The T v rt, i: I. Jan. I.?Tha British red cruiaer ?uta!. Captain Qreat? rjfei which la basurlnt tha bod) ol Ami.. .??Mi.t Whitelaw Til-id. ?rill, ac? ? >.it? to-nlsjht, pass Nan? ? : Bhoals Lightship ?.n tttt way to S Tori - o'clock to-mosrow ;if tfrooon. By thai time ?n all probability ? Nai.ti v. i?1 1 ?? m, t by 1 H- Arm. I? an headed bj tha battle? ?trip Florida, with Rail Admiral Hia?l A. Ptske In command. "Dip <-'i?frfitois ;>t ill?- naval radio ?ta? tii?n arors iiatonln? foi the Natal ail ?lav nnrt thin fveninir W?ta*e rewarded by picking, i:n the i rulser Th. ?vBsfarofi. bei nac? position sol being. ,)r;irncl. \~ go g SS - "ir.in. i ;. aimn aras eatab? Habt .i bets ?sen the ship and the station. the former befan the traaamtasrloa of offlii..! ni- - .m the f*flmmandlns* ? ' to in?- uavai attach? "f tha British Km basa; These maaamsjos ?viu ? ? ? Whei Ural beard ri"- Natal ?kh in ition with t hi? British cruiser ? orni i tlesi , i -'.'i- da lieai Ini thi Has , Adialral Bradas* A. Fiske, ?eigned snehor orf Tompklnavills at M ;" r eatarday, and proceeded to '-??a ta i. ->?? Natal which is countr; th? bod) "f ?White? law i; -i the i oui i of Si. Jaav a- ?be started down the Nairaws Ihs P?salas was fallowed bj the battleship North Dakota and the destroyers Boa, MeCall raul'liiig and I)ravto:i. Thaoi ?ar v??e|* will lie off \atu;ik?l Light? ship snd there await the Natal, w i. to this port. Bteamlnfl ?t sloe ?peed tha Aaasrlcaa warablps an ted fi "m?' abeam Hie Naatnekat Bhti i before dawn this weening;. Tir- l?ttm Cli-b iias adopted the follow )t tr m? mortal to Mr. H? id: cUMspectttd death of our fallow membei and formet president of tito Ix??-? ??ut., the lion U'hitHa... Held, ahila filling the exalted post Of Ambas? of th? nlted *t it??- ut the ''ourt of st Jsmt-s's, ?. i ; ed tha areatesi feeling ": regret which ili> club bas ?-x perlenced during it? forty-two years af ei . Tie boaiij or dl p*poentlng a,"i B the sent eut o the entire mem hershi] riereb; expresse? tin- sorrow at.?i ?<-n?e ol loss which ft shares in m pecul? ?-.ntin.-i. no t..nrth |i??.. ?.evroth roluinn. slits Morning's News loca;. Page Tin S'a il ijiT N'antti'i.<i To-day. 1 Baekefellei still Baala**ad. l Csatro Pleased at Bills Island. 1 Lsdsrle Wants Healthlai City. I l'en hon Scheme in Open tton. a Divided on Maxwell Views. 5 ??BBjcted <:,ti Elude? ?'afitfirs. B Vu. v... ,|,, |n| ?,, ?,',.,, melier Up.? 5 "hittu in Make? Conviction Raoos*d.< 5 ?M? . - ommltt? - r*1eoaed. ... 7 f^rr.i |'?c, ... rtuccess Desalts Ho!Ida) S '. ??:- Mut In) In Ouard. s - Hlj ritot ea ... 20 oiikei ?'a Lln?r?. SO POL?TICA!.. I .??;,,-. loi l S'|'-' . i<- legislature. 3 s'at? Legislature li -? iston . S wliaon istidi '?'.-?i ? with Lsadsra..., *. Hen I er se) Cities Keor**Mlst*a|. * Demo? iati< Tat 0 Plan? . 5 3EZTEKAZ, " 'i an \?,i Head? Militls . S '?? rident i New I as - lie? eptlon 7 N*aWK ' 1 leid? ?., Miles' ?in Mts ...... 1 foi laquith. 3 tti ik.- hi London. 3 MZBCELLAI.nOU?. " Itorlal . 6 . e . 7 ? try . 7 .? and s for Women. 9 , .,t,-I ?'?-.miner? lal Kevit-u 10-15 ?teal Batate '(.view and tattoos 16-18 '?Ventil >i . 13 Shipping . is A CITY OF LONG LIFE, LEDERLE'S AMBITION Health Department Head, Spurred by Low Death Rate, Hard at Work for Even Healthier New York in 1913. The D?partirent of Hcallh, arhilfl highly pleased u the record low death rale for 1912. does, not intend to relax ?to vigilance ;.- the campai] n ? disease. No etaentially new problema ?a.c the department al tha begin of the new year, hut Dr. Ernst J. Lederle. Commiaaioner of Health, prom ises in a special article he has written tor lite Tribune, thai man? O? the activities will be enlarged and others modified a., the result ol experience. A city free from ge-'v... ol disea-e is the '<]e I condit A more rigid inspection of the city's food upply de, the inspection force being increased to this end. More inspect id nurses will also be on duty during the winter in the - n igioil divigion. i An important announcement is that sgcdlMtion agail typl id will be available to all, under the same system as thai for the adm?ni .'-ration ut diphtheria anti-toxin. Sever;:! new hospitals and clinics are to DC established and the medical mapection of pupils ?rill be extended to ?! - parochial ?< boo! Commissioner Lederle '.vriic- of his gratification at the record lou death rate for 1912. the lowest in the history of 'he city, ["he efforts < I ?maelf and his department will be directed to mailing tie rate 913 < ?? ?n1. I i than that for the year just ended. By E-nst J. Lede-L?, Pi.. D. ; It la ^ er> gratif? Ing i. able 81 ?t.- th. the "lo* n.r death i at? of 1910 and 1011 aere still further ii du? "?i In I91U The d? stli rate foi 191 estlmslad tipoi returni uii lo and Ii eluding De embi t ?_??. ? ill approximat 11 1" i"-i- il.sand Tht? is the low? death tut?' thsl the - It) has e\ er ei pai'lenced, the next loa ? si lielng thai < 1911, when the death rate aas 15.1! This difference ol 1 ?'?". belwe? i. I w j .'?ii s . ompared mea ns that If th death rale of 1911 hi il led durln 1912 there a on Id hs - lx ? n ?.XSH moi deatha than au-tuall) ? ?<?? iirn??l I na I) sing I be returns n de : ? asetl t. lallt) i-? f?i nil m ; ii?- i use ?-. all Hi j principal di? asea a ?1 >pai : I men! end? a\ ora I.itrol nam? | tj phoid !'? ? i m? asl 4 . .,:??, I smallpox, ?liphtheris, t lien ! the lungs and Ih? dial : Im al dl - i - hilili ? ? On ' ' . i . li'l. '.lu ni": tality fi "in organ heart dis? as?* ?un I Brlght's ili-, .14,. . ni tu In- run llil ; erabl) in r? a sed. Th? dea ha cancer remained! stat lonar) An excellent Ides ol the sanit?r run ilitiun of the cltj in.? be obtained fror ih?? pan anl?ge moi lallt of - lilldi ( i iiiiil?*r one year old. The percentagei are baaed upon each one thousand births r? port? d U iring 1911! hai ?? i.ti be i.n I'M and M si "? at ]for stach one thousand I'hildren born I in Bngland and Wales d : m 1911 Jih? rats sraa l.".ti per on? ihouaand. In Gersnany in 1911) tha rat? was lli?l, and m Berlin l??7. It arould aeann ? ? f<ir?\ that.t);?- Btatlstlcfl ol infant "?" tality in :.'t? v.Cltj ???npa.i'" mor? than fae<Hrably with thus? of some I! tiro pean rounti ??? The aaost important single accom? [pltshmenl of the year baa een the Im provemeni brought about In the 4 . tary ? ontrol of the rity's milk. B rcaoluttoo of ih? Board of llralth ailoptad on Januar; I. 1911!, all milk brought tul-- thi ell for aale vraa r? rji|lr?'?l tu be sold und? r soi e one ol 1 h? following grad? a 01 tl< ilgns 1 Ion lit: il) i : \ Bl ITABI.I ' "t; INFANT?! ?NO ? -11 li.j ? .i 4 1 -? || ? 'i 11.1 . iluarivit. 1.i ? Inspecta 1 .1 ?raa l??i? 1 eov/a .-? I? ? ?I QRAUI ? L'l'f IBI.K roil 4.D : - Balactail milt iraai fren ?1 ,,., iifjad ' im ?Ii si ? " iBBllSW. Pastan' tai ? GRADE ?' FOB fOOKINU IN'D \t \ m TACTX RINfl 1*1 KPO8E8 OXLl Ait milk Bet "'"'"r'i na 10 :'i>- rstautr?is ?ata r-f Orad?? \ mu? B. Milk eeatainitrs, bottles and rana are furthermore require to be labelled In ac-?or?lan?o with this grading;, BO thsl the public may have ?s full Informa* | til ? ? ! Ih?; ? . i ? | ?.it,: ?? ' ? ? i he' ever It m ound Ih. ! i m,.' i n -t. '- ? vtim w? Hi ' ? , to adva ? -?? 'ii- ii- ?ti |ilfl?-ed i" ? Win-' ' ;? ?? Il I ' null, |4 ^..'.i :i;i ng attention ol th?? pulili? ;?> t!i. Ri Btuuratil? and hotid ? p. t mu ? to sell n n- mil -? ??-!?: Ihem I?? I ?al? -t < Irad? - \ h Tin t iiiildim ' ? i-.t.nl Ing - it? '.i- ? i: ? \, ? ? . ni win!; n. ' ? i I 'I. ,RX*T I ' ! ? M llealtl i on t I?. of InfeeUoua dis* a? t shos t" be ab? Bolutely ni-ii-.-.n v ?n ;i gr?ai city drawing n? milk supply from distant points. The resulting extension ?' pasteurisai Ion h n been erj - itlsf ? - toi? At the present muh- about ?m" hundred pasteurisai Ion plant i are ( i.ntlniieil im filth |iu?r. an mi?) i-olnmii. WHY CZAR WAS ANGR' Grand Duke Michael's Marria Cause of His Disgrace. London, Ian 2, a dispatch i" "'i Dall; Newa" from Bt. Petersburg m the removal of Grand Duka Mtcht brother of Bmporoi Ntchotae, fr? r-omtnand "f tiie Chevalier Quai ??Kirnent, marks the ?mp'-iial ilisphi ore at his rocani marria*** t" Mn BhOTemetle* ska m. His banlahmem from tha capital, i ? orre.? pon ?lent adds, doubtless is i tended to privent the grand dukes a piariin'e at the forth? ?miing ? elelu tions ?.f tha tarcontenarj of tin' it inanoff d) nasty. $25,000,000 CIVIC UPLIF West Orange Commissioners A Multi-Millionaires. tVeat Orange, N, J., Jan. I.? f/anN eatbnatod at from fS3.00O.OU0 t<> $80 (11)0,0011 is I't't t? .?? nted by ill?' four i"'i sons appointed by Mayor Bamuol t Muta to-day as members of tht ';>w [ Ptayground Commlaalon lbs lown ha e* v had. Tha appointees are Mrs. A! ti-.-ii i:. Jenkins, Richard M. Colgatt ?Charlea C, Qoodrlch ami Bdgar i. Nawhouae, Mr.?. Jenklna ami her huaband gavt tin- p i.r im- tin- ptaygrround a year ago Mr. Jenklna recently r?tir??i from tin presidency ?>i Jenkins Brothers. <?! Nero \i rk, valve inaii'ia. turerst, Richard M. Colgati la ??"? "f the Pf.tints win? control the firm of ?'?i? gate .?.- ?'".. -?'.ni .nui perfume manu' i-.K im? is; Charle? ? '. Qoodrlch i- nf ih ? hartes C. Qoodrlch Tirs Manufactur? ing Company ami Bdgar L Newhouae is ? :. <--|iiisj,ii ni nf ti,,. American Smelting Company. Colonel Aasten ?'?i'n.tt' brother ??l i.'1 bard M. Colgate, .s a beav* donor to Hi Orange playground cauae and a member of r i ? ? - Orange Playground <'?.minissliin. ' NEW SPANISH LOAN Treasury Bonds, 3 1-3 Per Cen? Redeem.;ble at Par. Madrid Jan. I The Offl? Lai Jot t nal" to-daj publish??? a decTee authoi Iglng an issue of : ?ihm? ??M m ,,i 500 -,,, S.IJfJ0 pes? ta 3 1 -"? pi cent bond? t i-ili? m.i ble .;t par. SEVEN BOYs'dIE IN PLA? Four Brothers Among Lad; Who Break Through Ice. ru? a. .lim l New rear' Da? brought desth n- four sons ol Mr. am Mrt Daniel Kahler, ?-r Croghan Ray, it?". Francis and Daniel, rang 1 tnj* in age from eev? a tu sixto? n years [were ?coasting sear their borne Tbej Mint down -i hill .'nul --n in thin in ahina tin ' dge i<\ Beat er Rh ar. ih? in- broke -uni all want un?, tin- strean and WM- drowned ? m an, x Y, .hm. i Mu-. \\ illlami iiniiH'ii ?'ears old; Homer Williams, twelve, and Raymond J. Path, sieves. wen drowned m t Hear < ?< ? i. to*ttfl ?, m hile pis) Ing hocke; Young Path brokl the thin h ?-. While trying i" rescue him, afilo and linn.! Williams and Charlea Pitch, a companion, also broke through */oung Pitch was the onlj one ol ii" four \\ lli. M ;i 4 ii ii|i- !,. i i-.ii |i -Ii- ,| . . PRINCE'S POOR SHOWING Ceorge V s Son Stands 64th Out of 65 After Exam. ?..m.!.--, .i.in I, Prince M'.-it. .( Klna lleerge, -i.i slxty*fourUi m order1 of nu nt in .i ii't ut -txtx-iiii- persons who mu?? t i\?rit an examination foi nai ii ? adela i-- i month. Tii.- aewspapera eourment on th-' stauad? Ina of ti" prill? - sa s* Menea of the <<?iii i,i.-t. impartiality "f the sxauniuefa. r,,i fruits i??Ules ?-'t r leas made dell* with ANGOSTURA BITTERS.? Ad* i I GPVERNOB SULZEB DELIVERING HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS. SEEK ROCKEFELLER UK HOUSETOPS Process Servers Try to Peek Through Upper Windows of 5th Ave. Home-Watch? ers Swarm at Door. WARRANT MAY BE ISSUED Pinkertoni Guard Inside While Government Forros Wait on Curb Auto with Mystcri ?-?us Piisscnoi'i' Whizzes \ ? CORDON AGGRAVATED BY l.iGHTLD HOUSE Reo?!.? in t - ? --.it on the 1 . ,i I '-r.it BOS OH tie .it?, st.eet ?ide I of the lOfl floor nf William Rocketel let House wrr Illuminated - ..ftrr i^ik I ? ?t nnjlit At ') o'C Xk t'": basement iie'-t? went sut Shortly be lr,, ? ? t ??? ? the third 'loor mm ra Sa i rtaH sn i- , t istsi not i light ???'? ?risible ta tha man who ?.onti.iurd t. vigil in f?e straei , - The Ht.it- - i -:. ge at the Fifth i -? n i? i ..iii. of W llllam i;.f? II? r, In which 11 ? force i "' m- i' .', I ?"H ?-? uf Repreaentativ? i ed again H i pow? it.-i man, continu?*** ?all ! da ? '??'da v .uni la-i night, Tht men of thi- Burns service and those from ?Waahlngton Bklrmlshed about on the I .. ? |dt ? i th? ii"1. *\ bile Plnkerton m- -, m ? he - mpto) "' Mr Rockef? I? i maintained h sharp ?rat? h on the ipove? i menta "f the enemj on the other sida of the ramparts '.ni. firearm? ind clanking sabres ?"ii-.i? -i t" tlirs.- detectives were needed in complete a picture "f the feudal tints, when outlawed barons held at bat the forcea of a kingdom. The Pink? i Ion i. bad l*et n pul in ser v ice for Roekefell? i for the purpose of ! preventing the government's men r-** -n? gaining ac< csa to the bouse, or learn whether tha mast? i "i i lie bou ?? , iras "a1 home.' m tin it eagerness t.- , ut? h a gllmpee of Mr Rockefeller the Burn? detectlvea crept i?, the roofi of adjoining houaea .nut tried i" peer Into the windows of the iii'i" r stot'i' i It Hu- Ihej wen temed iiv ,i sun,.i. '-M" m. ni mi the par! of ih? .i? i il. i - The anadea a ei e gentl? drawn on Ihe a indoa s on the iva" top floors "i the six storj bouse Charles K Riddell, sergeant at-arms oi , ...? House of B? pre? ntatlvea, a ho has been In charge 61 ihe Invading forces sines laai svtday, sftan* in-, dep? uties had fail? -i i" take the i.m <>f Reckefeller bj stoi m, was in tha for? front "f the battle line last night Be wen) hi ra and there, dire? tipg, en? couraglng and tightening bis cordon abool iii?' besieged fortreoa Mysterious Man Escapes. a black iii.."HMii' ' ar stopping al the Rockefeller home lasi niniii cnuasdi s,,in.tnmotlon \ cording t" thai ponce liai of automobile owners, it srtu Hi? |.ro|.?'it\ ?.f tit? Consolidated fia" Company. Two non K?>t ool ?if tha machine '?mi ?>,,r'' Immediately admit* tad. Boma tima (atar ??m' i ama "-it and aras driven down Plfth avenue, Nona "f iii.- watchera had an opportunRj t?i approach lbs car before |i whlasad away. Tha s?en who cama in the auto arare il ?Stil Huid M bslng *ddarijf and weil ?lnssi'i. am* th? gaoM ??ggcrlptioa litt.il the man who dTOVS away. H na* hm?, been Mr. Rockefeller him? self. A niPS.sane was fi'ielictj early yester ?lay mornlni; at th?- Mi. Alpine homo, t oniinnrti on fourtli |i?ge. ?i\th roluMB. :.M( ick x ! ? siMPi.n rn . I )t\ .'. alkine i' ? tiu- man ?jiu at inn. El LIS ISLAND AGAPE A CASTRO'S M APPET? Detention Has No E?.ec? Venezuelan's Desire for Meals Large and Often. WILLIAMS'S PRIVATE SUI" Will Sail on the Amerika f Germany Saturday - Exile Gazes Fondly Tow a\rd Maiihattait It Is a far ci froi Mir i '? Pair to Bills Island, bul It benl I :i ihil tt t-iuuin of tin- pitching French ii? Touralne, bo , tpriano ? laatro I \ ? nezuelan i alle, w as content ?/eat? m ij ? 'astro spenl the ?la; ?n lelly. I mi hi have beei lurnini ??ver In h mh 'i .' good re oluiIons for >? year lust, ush? e<l In but h? did n ? ommuni? a le them to anj one pel Herrick the custodl of all hi i ? i detained aliens, walked abotii with Ca tro, bul as be does nol speah Bpanli the prisoner and his keep? r had to ' ? ontenl a itit amitos ?nd th< sign lai guaga There was nothing t?i mar the daj f? Castro except tii?- absence "i ii i*- - n tary, Alfredo Torrearais Devoted s he Is i" his exiled master, Mfred > i mi i.i not fon un the opi ortunity ? seeing N< a York on a holldu j. Hudglna ,?.? Dumaa, the Rills Islan? ran rei a ? ere the Rr t foil m ? lastro' mind s ' n he arose ? esterdaj at ;i, m. He had partaken "?' their fan on Tueada) evening, and wondor*"d ? the> had somewhere In stock some rea Itaracail.Bee The had' it. and m Informed the d? posed President. I Bra a brewed to Ii?h liking, and h? ex? pressed satlsfs? ti"ii as he drained a ?'ni of tin- ?trink thai had Bte idled hin years .i?"? i on long BMirches wit., hi? troops. Through -m mi"! i"?ti t the pallid ut? il.? BghUng in.?n asked when breakfast would be ready. He was informed that nothing could be made read) until v-'tn n in. ?mil BO a HI? at) Innir ami a half tu wall he expresses] o desire i?i walk. The apparent!) Btrangs method? <?*' the United Mates, which took Castro from the Touralne down the hay on Tueaday and lei him u?'t no further mu-Mi than Bills Island, uiiuiu ?v<hi prevent aim from boatrdlni the .\m.r ika al Be?okea on aaturday, so Uso little dictator made much '<?( hi?? oh* seo ration trip yeaterday. ii?- lookad up at the weather beaten bronze min? aret* of th?> administration buitduag, (nntlnuwl an fourth paar, fourth i-olumn. FIRE BAN ON THEATRE: Daly's Closed and Many Othf May Follow. ''? known last night I bat Fir? Prevention Bureau hai starts? palgi sigaInsl 'ii"-- cltj theati a*hi? h -u?? e th?-r ??--> ling or . olstl hi Tl u Uvit) on the pari tii- bureau maj '?'.-aiii m the closing mur? than one-third o the theati m tin- oui theatre district. it \? as not until Daly's Th< .niv. 13) t h street und Broadway, ?,i- -lus ...i N- a V ir'i K hat an Inkling the s!i(i<i?'ti actl\ it) of ih?1 sureau b ? ame known. ? rhtef John P. Horn ii? .ni of n??' bureau, lia.. ? ?aued orde to (Ive theatrea In thla dlstiicl to cle \ m ums pari of their buildings, one - ase, It it -?? id, .? trim nul a Hi lie brought for ? iolat ion of th order I'lii.i Howe, ?'' !'-' home last n?gt aaid tii" acth itj of his bureau wi due to ?m opinion r?K*?Bntl) ramier? Ii) the Corporation Counsel, who rua that the Pit*? Commissioner would I lu iu t? iponsible for all i iolstions I t heatn buildings. In the ? as of I lal) Theatre ih?- galler] and bal? on) wei ?rdi i ? ?! ? m-?"! s ing to ' i t'tai't defect .n the "Nits from I h? ?e part - of til house. Th.thastra cad be uaed f? Heating audiences, bul after the ordc was issued th" entire house was cloaei Sunu- ol th? theatres -'ami which violations have been reporte are the < >lj rapia, in 1 lui stn et, an Qane'? Theatre, a moving picture housi .it Breadwa) and "list street, A. Jnd son Hyatt, Assistant Corporation Coun ael, who has charge of cases institut"! b) tit" Fire Department, Is now pre paring cases against 11 ? * - Bavo; Asa it-. on Weal 31th Btreet, and ikt i tewej Theatre, on I I'h street, BLEASE FRE?S FIVE MORE Paroles His New Year Gifts t< Murderer and Firebugs. Columbia, s. C. Jan. I.?Followlm his custom to liberate, on kmportaui holldaya, prlsonera whom be regardt ?is deserving. Qovernor Bisase granted paroles lo-day to Uve convicta The 111 o to |iris?un is at? Allen Poster, convicted ?>f miir?ot in r.itiT. and sentenced to life Imprison* m- tit. "Nat" Wright, WHUam Wrtghl and "Joe" Slic|i!i<-ril. all couvfcted of arson m 1907 end sentenced to tan pears1 Im* prisnnmsnt John M*oore, convicted m lt'l?? of aa sanlt ami batter**, With ml.nt to kill, and mnlossoed to three years i'.uwrnor Blesse also paroUd .lohn v l'iiiriinutoii for ihr?'?? daya t?i pensil him to visit ins fataVer, who ?s til. ; Harlington was <onviit?-d ?if fraiidu |i-nt financial transartiuns in ? oiine? - thui with th?1 Semin?le Seeurities ?'om paajf. ? CHANGE IN A. C. L. EXPRESS. l'ri?lnniiii* January ."-. P?>nnsylvanls ttati r->?<l train X?> ?-'. ' AMantl?- (.'oaat Line Kvpr???." will h? 'liatiRoil to l^avi? Peim ?ylvanls gtattea si I 16 A M for Kloud.i and tit? Suuth.- Aiii t. SIMPLICITY IRf? SULZER INAUGUR/ New Governor, in Soft Bla Hat and with a Big Cigar, Walks to the Capitol to Take Office. SETS FAST PACE FOR D With No Pomp and Little Cer mo-ay He Takei the Oath and Tclk the People He Ii Their Executive. ? * ' ai . i '" i v' Hitara Bula? r I ' ame Go? trnor of U I ?mplre ?state t i. i h. i i lot .... attend h ? .1 i mi um)' t*s -" iinu tuai In tii? I ? rnoal Bpi one :i .> gel ?' :y:. Muy i '.-ni ion ?? att acted ars dl of I ii it e dl si mbl? i . ... ,i- . ,n i'"-- 'ii'. ? **?.i\ it ll '.: W Of - ?-.: ' Th thi ? ? ? ..,? i: I). Then foi e. th ?i i - ??? v . il t" a alb fi. Ii ? - t> Mai sion th? i '.- ? :i, : th? high si nil Lia. (??don it. [ eigur In tl corn .h?' ith, aia and the i-mi!? a hi? h II did not ? ??:.- ? Ball in?} who : ? ... .... : with ? Thanki ? .... ml Hvel irl? makers, overo? oble t h I -i- ? the I,Ig trot .-???,- : . ? I '. ? ? thron it mon hoUt. I .: I il i I .. ? ? - ' . ? : ! i ?U.-..I Illli ??;" ?implicit* v\?-i i|,; .,? ? ? J? fferson himself, "i su,:- " r\ \a itate whom Mr. 8 tic? r bs Moreover, Il ,...' e t ? ? i of photographers and ni"\ it" i icture machine m? n a aplt ndid op m tunlty t<? catch th?' pew Governor ii ?ome of iii? favorite attitudes, u rourse he could nor help ?t if th.?. am '? of i.?.i bar?? sj>l< ii'l"f in th. background which emphasised his sim ..f attitude ;itni ii",nf mo Th? laws require "?licemen and militar] staff ?itii? ? iv '.. wf'nr uniforms, an< itafl ofneera' mlforma apparentl hart to have an appalling quantit) of pnit* braid on them. With a Smile and a Wink. Mr Snl/..-!':i v "k ? ? .? i !v in ihe Kxecu tlv? Mansion thi ? | B< amllet! aa ii. lumped oui of bed, and i-<>iiv arno profom to Ire <.n the Inside of i?j lit ha 1 affairs aver that lie ninklld hii baft eye whil?- h?' was ??.mliinjr hi? forelocks down ever bis right tempts At il ... lock he v..i bus? greeting friend? ?" busy thai Governor l>ix who had ridden over from the ?'ar-itol With his staff, had to r-iol hi? heel! ' ,.- ai kmsri Uve nlnntea In the hall ..f tha Executive Mansion before th?? Qovernor-ek-i I came ?"it ?to great him, p.ut thai did i"" matter, for- he had i Une ' haw e t" ? arm thi n on ;rn walk back to the CapitoL Thai pro???-(,>!inn was a Joy '?> tlia small boy, and even th'' Bedata yeo? manry of tii?- Mas?' capital ettl grinned from time to tfsae. A samad of mounted p"h< ??? ambled along in the middle ?t the road Follow ins; them I - ,i ?aritifi ??! ?alliages, which Hov? ernor 8utaet scorned, ind othan whf? h had cantad Governor l??v and hta staff r.. the Executive Mansion On the ?ids? walks strode along tdeasra. Snizer, seeming ?rery happy, and Dix, weighted with dignity They walked fast, for Mr, Snlzit net th?- par?'. Some of tha staff odiosea had considerable difficulty to nova theft **oM-tmrdened, sword? hampered leg! as fast a? t*M Demo? cratJc legs <>f "plain Bill stufest*1 wem reeling off the btocka, So it aa? a aenttared string of gorgeousne?.? which. trailed along. Meantime, crasada had surrounded" th,. Capitol, in the AaeamMy ?'ham? i?o,- ?rere gathered 'list agutslied tier? <mi-. from hidgea -'I the ?'oiirt of Ap? peals to Senator CCtonnan, William Randolph Hearal and Charles White, the a rgeant?at?arms of the iii-mocraiio State Committee. <>n the t'latforni, em? bowered in calms, evwgieens and, glowing red potaaettlos sal Mis. Suiier and h? r family, the state sfBotwi ami, thi ?i wires?, and other distinguished Including the suftnvstts pH grlms t" Albany, Mr?. r?ix wa? not) present. In tha body of t? ?.? Assembly Chamber s.u ih<* Lagiolaturc, the ov. arnot'S StgJlS, most of tlie- iwinncratltj State Committee members and wisse ? . ,t stSB ???mid aqueeae in. Assembly? man Hinman. the minority leader of the lions'-, 'ame in late and wag hustled out by a remawselem usher in . .f bis ' 'in protesta. Later he managed lo Identify himself and gog bah a eat. Just at n.'-.n Mesara. I nx and BulaatTij tit. Ir secretaries ?n?l ataffa, were an? pi.i.iH ?I. They mar? bed into the ?ham? h. r and climbed t-> the platform, ahila tii" ?tt'li? n- ? uppiauded and a band thumped valiantly Hail t.. the ?'hier' After invocation by I'ishop Burks Governor Dix made a short address.