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Was "Rudely Hustled" from the Executive Chamber by the Governor, He Declares. HEARING DENIED TO HIM Wanted to Protest Against the pollution of State Streams, but the "People's Man*' Wouldn't Listen. | By T?rrai.!i t* Thr Tr,b,,: . Albany. Teh. IS. ? Denoumdug .;,,,,_ .rr.or Fui" r : a "faker." K.lvvard Hatch. )r. of N.w York, declared to? nigbt thfit th- Governor, who has aid hf ?rss silling 10 so.- anybod) about gg/aablh matter, had refused i,, torta, and had rudely hustled him ?f the B?*ecutive chamber Mr. Hatch <aid hf wanted the public :.> kuos bos iteQewernor kepi his w?-*rd. fV,r se"^ral yeara -Mr. Hau h baa engaged in a . rusad< 10 prevent the r<.l!ution of the ??treams of this atete. (ta thai business he ?lied t.. see th< ?.pvernor to-day. H. waited ror an hour after the. timo for which he had ;n appointment, .uni Snail) managed ? -??? thi itate'a Bxe? utlve. ?Oh. go snd aee Homer F..n<- ai...,a that." he aaya the Qovernm t ?Id him ?torn ho broached the aubject of his Mr. Folks is secretar: of ths <*om? -as?!, n which the Qovernor recently natiM to considei matters r. carding basth administration foe th. state, Mr. Ha? - .Id he ?i d nod ? are to talk ',. M; Folk? hecauae he cisnakiered Hi opposed 'n th? v i?\?. - he wished ;?? istsfnl. \y< go ,,n.i ees Di Biggs then." Iisaya th?? Governor replied. I'.ip^s la ha'.rm. n f the commission. Preveus Governors Courteous. 1 don't vv.ini t?. s ???? I ?1. I'.ici-s ' Mi Hatoh ?ays he told the Qovernor. 'l ?nnt tn talk to the Governoi of th< Sate on this very Importsnl matter. 1 hair been rec?atve4 by pro', ions gov? ernors with ?very courtes)', snd th? havo listened to whatever 1 have had tosa.?. I dont s? o wh) 1 ant 'alk to :iio present ? lovemot. ?"hereupon Mr, Hatch at ra h< ?. - "h'i?ti"i rudely" awa) b* the Gov ?aer. .;. ? nor Butans* la a f.?k' 1," he ai ? ta-sight "He lias told th< people ol thr state anybody had a r.?-*ht i<. com? hoto and talk to him. He ? alia hhrnseii the people's Governor, : ? t this is the km?! of tr-Htment 1 gel wlsffB 1 try to gscoss r very" important matter, ln .? health ..!' the stale. With r.ira.' Lars ' ce b i esuli of a 01 * don? ? Ur n.'i"i. - ' bo lates sn ord? 1 ; :.? 1 ?r. Porter, State Health r.rn i?sioner, to-day, revoking permits ? ' .; " lo tile Village of Port to dl -? rage Into the rtivei and the Attorney Ooneral . , to obtain an injutrctlon ? 1 the village, reetralnlng it from r?ttin: rid ?-,f if1- BSWSuge in that mai - h, v ,, i?. 11. |,"i 11.it-- w er?- Issued g, t<. - , te Dai artnvmi ol Health to fnrt ?i. utei to dlachajpge affluent from te* ge disposai works of the vU age lni katefa of iv,rt Ctaaatur ? Jit.on that sewage die l?08al works should be COtWttllOted and ??ut m .a 'ration by Novombes t. lilt. Th, sewage dtaposal plant has nevei tietrx built, and the village is tfsSJnttng 'ti* pr.'-. Istona of th?- permit and ?>f th? taWh health law against th?- dttscharge ' sewac?. Into any water? ?>f the atete. Says State Should Act. ;, sston, th? Cummlaalonar ol Health points '? u that man) atraami ?'?h'iriE B^oasly polluted and that the aagjr of the department 1ms fof aotne >*tn been to r? str it t and limit pollu uon wherever possible He ?saya While 1 dcpi'vate th.- fact that it Baktjil be Bsoeaaary 101 the atete t?> "?gin an action againm an) munUipal t>. the time has surely corns when the *ta<* must UaSBBd that inanv Of Ule muiiioipaiitieis shall rea?*.- te ttasakasaja iSW BSWagS into .he water? Of the state M f,,mp!y v it h the provisions of the rub?n health law relating thereto. A ?.'finite policy for the Htai?- has t.een ""tlltari, and if legal sVCtJOn by the '??te ?j. noceasar) to snf?i*rce it then ?u?h action should be taken. Tie-I that time has tx-eri given t?, sil BBsnlcipahtlee t.. arrange their affaira as a* t.. n.-et till-? n?"oaaary chandpsj repeated waruinga have been given by ?a utate and ample opportunity of ?targed, a"t;on sh ?iiltl be taken to Com? M the d?linquante property to dlapose ?t their sewsge The Commissioner aKn points oui At since ti <? passag? of the Ian of Ifll st?*ps have been taken i<. remove jba pollution from the Chemung River ?>>' the cities ol Hornsli and Dmira and ? ?Ulagf ..f Csnlsteo, and an knveatl? telion ol the pollution of the waters of ' M,... ,. i.een carried on. Def DOUBLE HOLIDAY I Cill ovan* Washington's Birthday SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE 1 .'?1.. a,,,i BYteau rebisaij aa aad n I*? ?>!l*>"?*sylvajilB station. >, ,.._ ? I HaStM?. Terminal . i ? - ' ' M <?Ub far Parler 'ai?, Dtnlnr. l'ir, ?asekaa. Ktaul?? ?ram* from t't t.navlvania elation at |n 11 \ M . ;v?,4 p, m. ????. ?lava 1 <(, p vt 8a: 111 da v s, I 12 A M. Sunday? Spccisl Train Returning BOSdar. Fabiust' >>???. Mianti? City. . 4 is? r M. rl0b f at. DtstaVj <?r Va,, n Cars. r*?ul;".;r?? 'i ?a-'f AtUntie < llv at M with fluir, <ar. I?.run/ Car, I'srioi <a?s. and Coach??? Pennsylvania R. R. "?'??" ??rilan, h?. -?aya, ahoaild he ta ??ainsi every city and village on ? '? "n which has not taken atop? in?; pr..p?.r dlspoaal ol its sewage. "TIPS" TO BIDDERS COS? STATE $800.000 IN 1. Supplemental Highway Agr ments Denonnced by Ma Murphy Ousted?Inquiry Brings Surprise. Bj Tslsaiaph ta Th? l ? I .?>? , Albany, Feb. Il.-gtephen Kvan. Cheaango County, who aras thrown ??r tin Democratic state Committee i cause of hla hoatlllt) to Charlea F > |phy, Burptiaed thoaa who attended hearing of the Bulser Investigating c mittee to-day by aiin.uni.ini.' thai he made an investigation Into the High? Departaneni a! the request ..r the G ernor and Chairman Carlisle Appeal aa a " iin.?s. be mad.? chargea of exti sgance through supplemental bight (*ontra< ta on the par; of the departm ''? Gordon Reel, Superintendent liighwaj -. ? ho m nt, obje? i?. R) an maklna it appeal that an) one i was responsible '..i th? condition ritlcloeda In telllni of the Buppl? n 11,1 ?"-'"? nenta Ryan spoke of "the ? ?? , n Is lionei ' ;.s being behind them should ?ay commission. .?.* ii whs ;. ,, ??ii matt?!," said Ret ' The Hi a .i Superlntendem will have a cop) Ryan leatli ?".-. an? ? III be allows ?nswei 11 1st? i in the ?r? Ryai lid thai th? supplemental agi menta wer? ma?t b) th? Hbjhv n with contrat t< i - o? th? wik ce and i ? paii ,.n.i on i ? w? and he d? (?ared thai n Her? the) chani Ib* original ? har?? le? ? ' ib? ? i ^ ???1;?11.i" th? la? T " ? i said thai a contra? tor, ? ould ?. "..?! , - ? . |ew< ?? 1er, In se ? ?.?"- bidding loa on a work \n. ? ? tal ag? i m? nt. the i'.'i i of the arork on ? hi? h bid wa?! lo? ?? ould r" ? banged to s pi \ .i tuall) dict?t? d b] lb? rent! i? lui in tins wn ., had act ire? Mr ':.' ;m "it ?.? .- roi demned I for? legit ? ? ommitt? e aro ? 11 ? ; continued In " I ? !70 su| ? contra md the n V .1 . ?! ' . I .1 i??-nil of them s h? $????. ?*? V'?;i ?tate?*) l bal a coi ra loi mighl tipped off nn biddii - m thai profita might be m;i ; aft? r ? contra had ra en ? ? m know of an apecll ?? miy tw.. mi '? ki o? thai ? tl I R .? "ih.- man ? - and th? nn \? bo la tipped. ' a - MAGISTRATE LEVY RELENT Intercedes for His Assailant ai Obtains His Freedom , Were u ; ot foi Maglat it? Bam i? Levy's Inter ? I Blwood fa ? '? i ??? w o attacked the Magistrate aft? ' i i i"ft the Men's Sight Court ???<? rat? ??a?, moi nine. ? "'"?1 i" '. month ' ?? sten ?? s th? penit? ntiai ? : ate ? ?'? 'oi.nor. w ho heard ?. eei In the W? ai Blda Coun morning, p it hii indei I! ???? the i ? A' i? foi six months Magistrat? Lei with .i?.s. h s> n." - -. t;i 111 COUl I ? I"' !.. w ,i> pa?a : };. Us T.w.h.-i s . rff? ?i,... i sftei ? ?. .:?" Tuesday morning ab? <'.!?? si ackii him from behind, smashed h - *iik h over hi? e) ia; be aa? ?bout :>? folio? w| aaothei l.iov. whes dene? grau ? him. Th ? -H igi I? a?? end? -i ? ?? thi a rlvsl of tha pollc? la the night court 'ii??:. asid b? ???. twenty-seven rears old ,-. c ad iat< of tt UnlversH) ot I*? ni-.- - n n.cu ..f the lrl?h-Amertc?n Athlet Leagi ? H< spologise I profus? Inciden! saying be bad not been respoi alb!?- for his ictiOtU at tha Um? M.i? Intrate L?V) ffUSSd hi first t.. a C?pl .tl apology, bul retentad sftei th? casi ba been haard and ?Sked Magistrate O 'o i ..i to be lenient. Aft--: upbraiding Green foi being a ?ti? gra ??? to ins '.a--.' Magistrate OXona? accept?-?! ;? ?*?>'" cash bond. p?iovlded b Hugh H Ditader, sn trtlst, ol f3 Wsshlni ton Sriuai?- SoUtMj v bo ?'?8 with Ore? at the time ?>f the a?*?;. It 9 - BRIBERYCHARGES FAIL Case Against Edwards Dis missed in West Virginia. i'harlestor.. W Va Keh l*-<'harge acairi*t ?oloriei William Ses mom FM wards of offering bilbaa to farther hi eandldaey ior Ciritod Btatea senator fe flat IP day, ?shen Delegate fthod? s v. h mad? the chargea fail?-d to appe;.i ;.i preliminary h*>aring Justhe of the |'e<i, Marion OilcbrtM ttaaanoomt th?? tato? ?ft? iieieiciite .1 M Smith named by Hhr.de gg i ..- man Bdwarde tried to brib tifl?-d that h.- had ne\ei discnsmd th Senat'.Ha! situation with EMwsrde. The epsetal grand ,iur> tavsstJgatiai briber) ha the L?gislature conthnasd II Inquiry t?.-da>. bul failed to Und any fur tbc: Indi'lments Among the wilne-.se heard w?btb Mat? Beaatoi ?? A Moc I'orkh. a formel Governor; gaaatoi Ora* Silver, DesBOcratlc ti""i leader, ;?n.i Pros idsal WfOOS- Sf th? State S'nat?. With only thi??? dsya moi" ?..I ih" ie?u ;hi aesslon of th? Legislatura then b lit lie hop?- lo-nighi of choosing a sU'Ce." sor !" Senator <'lar? nee W WstSOn Hot! i.iai.'h'S an devoting ihe closing dsya " ib.. aesslon to woman suffrage, thi Vir? giala-Weel Virginia deb?, taslngcoOatsrs inheritances and a state wat-i power bill WOULD DOUBLE TWO TAXES Sulzer for Increase of Stock Transfer and Auto Levies. i Albany. Fain. II Uoubliag Um praeeni tax on transf?ra of ato'k ami on automo jBUee is proposed in billa drafted by <:<iv ernor Bulser- .-omiiiiiie?' of Inquiry. II i? estimated 'hat the atate'a annual rov ,mu? ?in i... laorooaed about *?..<"iu".?**<?o if ta? eommlttoe'a recommen?ilati<tma me en? acted. The ?olllinltt*'.' prOpOS<M tb?t I tie ihx M transf?ra ?.f stock b" increased from V' to it en ?racrh ti??" of mc? value <>r si?? k transfbrrod, which should doubla ihr M.? Mrft.?HM) now received fron t'.ii*' mx ii la ai*.? proposer! ir> tuerons? Um minimum registration tet tor sutooaobilea from $?'. lo tl'J. and the maximum fee from $2.. I o f.?i. vinel: w< uld give Hi" Mat?- about $_? ?OO.0N additional reveaoe. ii la reo pos?-, i to tax ? oniniercu'l r?hlcfea !?? for tart* i?.n ?>r Itaetton thereof. ?ii i? ubelouQ-" ?sy? the csanmitta?, ";hai the motor veld? lei ??peiailiiK u|i??n i i' highways huJH and maintain? d by the si ver> large expense, stO B enn ataal asurea et aansnaa t<? the ?tat?', in ?.???v. of th? wear upon llM blgbwsy? ?rhlch i hey oaesslsn." Governor Bulser asid h? arouM have th? ?oinrrilti.e i. l.l'ln prsSSPtlg lntrn'ln, e.l. "The ?iat? n isi hav? more rovrmt? to t.... t Its iMfoaudng ?akligstswi***'.*' h? rkUd.1 , "_uu _,_) is ? g<>?-'<i nai ?o K?l BOgM til " " I Bill Creates Deputy Superin? tendent of Schools, with Large Measure of Authority. MISS STRACHAN MAY GET IT Measures, Result of Churchill Gaynor-Maxwell Dispute, In? crease Powers of City School Board. 1 Telegraph ; Tl < Trltaas i Albany, Feb. la?Bllli Introduced by Aaeemblymaa McKcc, o? Richmond. wo,',] strip Bunerlntend-ml Maxwall of , the Ni a rock Cit. schools of much o? Mi ?power. TiH-.-f mi-asm.-?c arc the ? ?-? "t the ?Ch?urchlll-Oa>-aor?Maxwell d ?l ut-ci ni the ?Board of ?Education. A bill nm yet Introduced, but expo t ? " ai ?pari of tins scries, will ?create > Deputj Buparintandent of ?School* the deputj to . sen la? a large pan of Ihe ?tloni \'.iii.-ti thi ?Chun hlll-Ga* aoi Uavi nol takes fr?.ni ?Superinti ?ad? ?in Maxwi !i. it is on tin- schedule thi I ' M??**- Ors ? ?? Btrai ?ban. who lobbii .1 , *he ''?? ? bl :s equal ?psj l.iH t,, SUCCMS, or ?Sdward i-,. shall?.u. irho is bkjh " th? educational ro'stem, ?rill be ?chosen , ?>" Hi? ?Board ..t im J( ;,.t;,,n t0 n\\ lU,. , nem place. Miss Btrai ?ban. during bel flghi foi ! the ?equal pay bill, mads many conndb? lions m l?gislative rirclea, ami hei po ,1'1 *' Influ? n. ? i a ?thing t.. i., icot) .v' "h: in in. i, v-i, haa retained ? on? ?Idcra tie whl? h she ii?.?l a hen she ??? as ? > tea? liar in Buffalo where, .??. ordlng ! t?? oldtlmcrs. si ? wot ? ouati ?i an ef? t fli - m aid ia? Hin. i: ...i Billy" 18b?eehao, when >,*? was ?,.... s ?,; Buffalo, ;-i"i did iii.i stop ai .n. gglng the schools un?' i oliti? - Tii? i ??' n ihi . ?? ?alp thai she Is Interested In thes-j bills i ritiii |a likel* '-. ?_?? ; a Job oui ??i ??:.? .-! the s. .?. .. i,,,. ?,,,,.,; ,:,, , otiaidei ?' .?? Ive support foi them a-hl? h II)IK 1 ? t |i,.' | ...??. at, four u? K? ?.:: i no f- :? i he i.- i,-;.-'..?; ire. i in? ?? ould the ? ??i.t.: ?the ? ?? m - ? I - ? d) an i changing ?of grad? - at from the i ta ..i rai ..f Superintendent!. a ch? s? n " ?8 .i ? rim? nd-mi alai ? i : lodge it a itii th? ?Board '?.' ? ?? ;, might ,. t witho : i?.n ? from Mi. Maxwell. A BC? "'nl bill >'? " ' ? ' Cit) Buperintend<?ni snd bla Htm i Buperlnt?cndents tn< ?power to nam? Ua ' '.rats superint? giving th - ??? i? thi>ni> to the Hoard of ?Education. ?.I , tb? sam? time ?' in ? ? ?? -? : ,,f 'iistti't aupertntendenta ft m ?-en? tj ?sis i" ts ent) -nil ? , ,v third ?III m- ?M th? Board ?? Kd ..- ?i i. ? 11 ti ? rlghl to ? I sng? thi a? h.-'iui- - and condltltma attached thereto s proved Hay IT ,.r-.'i -?? Ittll i?nt ?nol to ?i?? i? .'-? 'i ? - ?'??' f?.r in those .s'li' dub s Thi foui th ' ill pro I lea I ha? th< r< Id? nl of ?the Board of ?Sdu? ai on designate ?any member of the teaching or supervising staff m, Investigate and report ?on an; sul ? - of n hli 'i board hap 'control This ?would li tin ?board ti ?> i'"-i?ia.n ta all o? othi i * than Mr. Maxwell for r?-t Aasembl) man M< Ket uyn tbeet an deaign? d ;?? c ? '?? ?the board it*- if ?powers now exercised bj an ? mplo? ? ???* that ?body BLOCKS ELECTION REFORM Democratic Bill Makes Indepen? dent Nominations Difficult. B "? ??Ki^r1 ? - r-' I i Iban] ft )? II iii-t-ii'i of ???') " i >?> Ihr- :ii?tnl.'-r a,f ? | !', pt Utr- - Independent nomlnatlona ?a- Ua Introd i en s..t<i u ?arouM ?i?>. 'ha- Blaur?Ht?Pstri? i.ili. ?amending th? ?jwhnarj s?nd election ?regulation! gensnall) ?would Inersass ?lb number in man InstatM-as, pa-i I I arlv in Ne? rorli ?Cltj This bin, presentad t" t.-t'ia.r BOOM Sf ?thi ?I-HII1HK- 'lut!? I ''? Taauaany's Unkering ?with t?bs ?ariman aiai elsctlM lysteass is ?fathered bj th I>erno.rrnt',' ortfanlviata.ii At tha- f?lutlm? M of platform pl-aliia-s _r,.l a n,?-.isui- a?f Siamilm srtmarj an?i ela?**UsH tan reform Yet !t failM t?. ?i?, ii. tbta Inateae? ?arte?! it ?porporta ta. do. aii'l it ??oa-s not me.-t se\'ial a.f tha- most ssrioui ?Bce-ds f r re foim. lach at. radl-cally shorte?nlai the prlmar> l.alloi bv a ?change in th- basis of ?leiti.m to part? COasmlttOSS, iHk.ti'^ th<> ?party ?-mhi-m '?ut of prtoasB-j ?Sahts ami th?- ?MrtaaaioB ??r ?the d?3r?sei prttaary system to stats otkoert The l.laU?.a-lt-l'Btlla- hill II. US |?ro |?a4stona regai*dl?ng signature- ?aaf <ie sIkii?! ?to 'hang- th?- law \o tn?-?'i tha- al. <isl?>n ?.f th? Court "f ?ippsali d?eclartiig chang?aa made by Tairnnhny In ?Mil uneon? ?tltutloaal n v'h- tltutsa foi the tix?-<i Dumbera of ai?gnatur?es stt?pulatad b) the existing la-?*- a ?*SQulremsnl ?of ?"? pe? cant ,,f th? last ?rats f??r fhreetno* a ?tha po? litical nun i" N? w ?',,,k ''ll this would work mit "o thai a ?grsatoi aumbet <?* rignatuTM ?weald ?be requlrad ?foi same officials, ?and ?the ?aams ?would be th? r? ?ull in ?oui' upstate ?Astricta Tho ?iasfjortaacs of this ?protrlalea in New Yoik in ris? of the ramlag nuint?? i>ai ?siactlon. ?was tinphsslsad ?to>?alght by I ti Uiimiiiitt iscretarj of ih? cmza-ns I 'Dion, ?hii said: The ptmmual ia,v ?reaulrss ?','"" algaature? ,? nominate a candidate foi MaV?*. Con? troller l*r?sid?-nt ot the ?Board ?<f Ald'?i ni.i. ?Borough ?PMfrtdent. Diatritrl Attor ii.' or any eounu ofti'?*r in th- ?city "f No? fork, it Ik fair?-r to reoulre a ?psr? cantage than a ?J??Unite numb? -f atg? naturea, but th?- ?psre??ntag< requi?red ??> the ?'it? of New York In unfair, ?because it ?i? too large Thi? is i?'"piii?-<i in ?Um hill lt"?*lf bj a provision that not mor limn *.!**) HiKIIiatlires shall 1). raa|Hira?il HI snj event Tin- ?aff-sct ?>f th?- bill, haw? f\,r will be to Incrsssa hy IS pet ihi! that i? from 4/ft' to ?..OUV-th. num?ber a.f signatures ra<iiilr?d for the Independent nom nation <>f randldati ."- ?sitj. ?soonty and borough offic-ea m tH?- ?boroughs of Manhattan ami ?Brooklyn, ami t., tncwN slightly the number of signature?! r<'iulr?-<i ?<. nominate candidates for such ?.nw??, in the ?Borough of Th. Hron\ -?-? CLIPS RECORD FROM JAMAICA. Th?* steam*!' Pastoras, a.f the United Fruit ?'ompany lin?, arrived in thi-* pail jesta-iday aft? i ?lippinR four hoiim fra.m the rer.-onl mu of a StaaaSST ln?\s.-.ii 1 Kingston, Jamalaa, ?aad N*->v Tork. The l'astori-s. ?a hi-li 's illa- na-w.-.st of the | United I'rmt ?Oampaay's tktet, ?had ?Talrj weather on tha ?bomeward tun. and nwiv th" tri|a in ihre?- ?ia>s and twent) ?honra ! H.i'- broiisht a nuinher of UiuriKt?. ?hol ma"?? ths hibi round tiip ou il.a- 3"..ini?:.| PHYSICIAN, MI I (HI ?UN Tl ?Former Drug User Ident Two Bottles He Says Le^ Sold to Him. ?TRAP SET FOR VENI IDefendant Had $1,000 W< of Forbidden ?Articles i His Safe When Arrested. i'i Abraham a. Lsvy, <>f No. ??7 I 'd Btrest, whs put On trial before .) I Poster, in General Beaakms, yest? I charged with selling COCStoe ill?' I ? '"c-un?. valued at ll.ttg was found il bysieian'a aafc when th?- detectivei rested Mm The ease asainst in. Waa develop?.i by James A I?el<h??nty ? sisi.tn District Attorn?.?.-, abo dre? the new cocaine bill, anil ia consider? the District Attorn?) s nrti.? to b* a f"t case under th?? pi? sent law \t the reojuesi <->f Judge Birans the apbei transcribed Ma notes lost n ?u that Mi DMshaaty? who is gals [Alben) to-day, could show them to i ? ommlttee ami? h baa Mi MO Is chart "Barnej Callaran, a former ?? Band." "ais ().? onl) witness .ailed > e da) ii?. has twice been convicted o St tempi ?" .??u cocalae, oaMe before .1 Bwann, In |9lt, and anee befar? .1 Roaalsky, last May. Il ??.?s aft?-?- bla ?conviction thai h? asm to Mr. Deleh 1."id offered t.. do srhsl he lould to a i iii? Dtstrtet ?Itorne) ::i trapping ?? ret Witness Set Trap for Doctor. lana i satd ? ??? rda: thai h? ? ? .m?-, and 11? bearing ? ! ? ted thai h? s;...ke the ti ?in it ? ' ? ? ???; ? |.t his a n ..I "'it inm a I undei cross cross-examination bj J? ? i. ? ? > . "unsi'd fol I ??. I.? > ? ? W I the im. bottles <>f ?? aloe purchased I him ?. re . ? od ed li r? Idem e hh?? i on the ?t< na m h? ? a stable ??t hi?? el ? ? ' ?.? atrayed l? w.?:?i ? I . li."id.'I th?* bot lent thei - ?....?? i.? ha.. \ " . a ? : ' I . I?. 1.1 .i i ..:.i.... b. *al i snd i .ill.'.l ' i ?i i.. ? ? the lelephom Mi D ha l y was 1 ? nogi aph< i ? ; Csllai .i fr: .., -, ? .,,, . ' ? ? ? I |d hi' ' ?I all ? ' "le :i ' ? |o 'Ua< :i(\, i noon " 11 >?, ? m ? te. i " i ? ?. tt'itl him w <???'< ,ind I e .. i asan!, an -i ? tor n m th? it?, rd of Heal! . . |n .??>? ... | . i ? ? ? eei n taard .. ? nell :.' r 11. .li-- v n had thei < n ham .. -, . DIU ? - ? Lass . ? ? him ' -, I ! mili sins. Me g?v? lair? to tl Thei be gav? i. ?? ,,.. . ontalnl Bake . o ,i,i,. ? '? I . ?! ? . ent ?eh and I ga Itle to ?... -..? i ? ? ?rent < ... i ? i ? . lives cat ? ? . .< .; ? railed ? coca : . . i . ,i John r M lnt? re on i ?? ? Kamm i \,. si? i,, moi ? ? ' s? ' ? ? d t'a I'd ' .. , !..i m. 11 aell ? " . fea si? i ?H?i y,, ?. o ... ?. i m to children dldi you \.. ei ?lid i loa ..n??:. ?i o a ? ? \ often aa i bo ighi H from i .?..i?. in-- ci.i t ;esponae ., . ? ,|. nled thai i bei ? '??..?* si i -.. n betweei him and Mi Del? ?? I regarding tl.sldei. ? should r .??iv? f..i his sssl-isa? s He had i la? ??? ?getting off, he ?aid. t ... . ited aithoul "bai Ing hopes I . i a i*'" ii.i?"? m m? i" ? from Judi I: . l?k<J n?. |. ru ? -?i i., r? apond to the ?uggc Uoau ni.i'ie t.?. Mi Mclnt>*ra thai ne ba boiittwd i.' from i?: I*? and had la th. ? ... am? w it!, bu., for M I ?'?: 11 had n-" ?i borrowed moaaej from D Laa Callaran h.ii.i and lbs encala , tien aras Blmpl) ?? mattet ?>f nan? and ?nie. TO BAR "MOVIE" COUPON! Court Criticises Tobacco Con cerns for Issuing Them. Justice? i ?. -in-!, gala.iiid Herrnaai m Bpecia! S'?-??ions. yeeteeOas ? i iti? is? th.- it aterir?n Tobsnce C?aapaaj an unc? tob.".oocerna srhlcb -;i\. bo coupana entitling Um besrei is admit t... . i., moa in.; pictura abo? * "li is rjothliig moi' oi issa than sn Is .Hanoi, and .i sediietiv. to chtidrei t.. aanoke rigarettaa mM Jrati? ? Deuel Joseph Roess ?ad Mh bs?! Tocio, ?-m ployas m a moving picture theatre u Catberim street, bad been convicted <> allow mi; ehlldrss t?. satei unsccompsnlsi by gusrdlsna John M.??? acting super Intendenl M Ike ? hUdren * Society, *ai< this iln-Htr. was ??ii? ?Which ailnutt?" rhikiren on coupons loetooed m dganstt? l?.\??s i.f rh?- Ame? ban TobaCOO CsmpSS) a GOVERNOR SHIFTS JUDGES Incidentally Names a 'Sulzei Democrat" for Bench. Albaaj . Feb. l* Aftl '' Man I, I gi|. pressa ?'".in .insu... .loim ?Woodward, "i Buffalo, a Republican, i"?-' hh assoctata m i,-- ..r the Appellate rjtviskm, gecead department, srill Ml an a member of th< Ai.;..-H .-?i?? I ?vision. Third Deportmeat, while Bupreme ?'??utt Jjjstlce lark? I? Btapl ton, "? Brooklyn a D?mo?crat, win be a membei ol tin Am?llate I i?-isi?.i,. B-wond ?Department. This arrangement ? - ... .r a?cided upon .'?> ?Governor Bui? r.er i<> mi the vaeane) in the Third l>e i m inieni .?.in rauaed b) the .bain ..f Just!?** James w Houghtim, of gauatuga. Justice Woo.lwarii now receives an an lllial s.ilaiy of $17...??". bul Under the n? w mngement iiua sajan ?fill be roduebd to li.'.?*?. Governor gulaer said ihe justice ha.) r?'?. leeted the change. The ???"???rni'i appointed lo-day Henri V Bnrst, oi Amaterdam, .? Demotrst, io ? .?.I I hi la'- Justi(*e Hough!.n as ?? Bupreme Court Justice in the etb District Hi* nomination was e<onflrmeu mmcdi ?tel I 11.? Berate. ?'i.'-i'.' Borat," ?aid the O? enuM 'is- -, Bsi!x< ?? 1 ?enii.crai " ? What i? \. m definition of a 'Bulaer I >?ni... i,n " i,. urea ssk? d. "A Democrai who aloo?t ;.' the pativ n 999, ' i? ii!led the Qovi ;.Flo? - rv?8r." le added, "all Demo? rat* look alike i to rm. in.?*,." I ON ?O ALBANY WITH ANTI-COCAINE I ( on??nurd from Hr?i pttgr. I ? lan. while contending that a lull ?vaai more rigid limitations on \ traffic ?-.ould be preferable, gav. approval to the Walker measure ,| ? ed by Mr. Delehantv. "Mr. Delehanf.v and I look at j matter from the .standpoint of who have .seen all the misfortune , misery of the traffic." he said, j most hideous aspect. 1 believe, is | .seen in a prison, where the un ? u?ates who have become slaves t< ? drug go almost crazy when they deprived of it. In many cases It physical impossibility to deprive i ot it entirely, and the only pos treatment Is to gradually reduce a Mow an? es." Dr. McOuire believes that e.n sitiet limitations should be put inic lawa with regard t?> the sale and Bcaalon of morphine and heroin. Judges Interested in Bill. Both Judgl Kdvvard S wann Judge Otto A. Kosal?kv. of Ool i . peaslons, are much interested in ! Delehanty'a cocaine bin and in I campaign againal the u.-e of the ? conducted bj The Tribune. Jt Swann BUggeated the drawing oi i i.iii to Mi. Delehanty, and judg? is laky looked it over for possible i BtitUtiOttSJ defects, Some changes v made in the original draft at .It I Rosatakj a suggestion .indue Bwann yesterday arrot? to emblyman Jamaa ?Tallter Imprea pon him the necessit] <?f such a and . aiiii.s his attention to the that a physician la asrw on trial ? leiieial Session- loi 8M Hing the d Illegally. Judge Bwann Bald ii*' saw reason sh) physicians should objec the scrutin) of their re?corda by rst .-? nl,.tr ? - .,' t,i" I..' al b?.ar?ls of he; i any more than be himself should ' i? ? t t., having a repr?sentent ? >?!' ??a?, companj r. ad In.- met!1 The Ti Ibune did an ex? eilen! ? o exposing no growing use and as!? cocaine." said Judge S".rinn and ; tonelatent In advancing the t, ? u ?ira Mi Delehantj i underatend t onlj opposition i" tin bill i .?i : i "in i> '. itelsns 11 a? ? ma si range ? ? a enlight? ned ttm thai i ? iwes es ol one of the high? al and tn humane profesiona, should oppost ; ?III designed to obliterate ?? gros ? , ? \.. '? lainesa 01 pi of? aal ; . rnonopol ? "i the ? ,11 ties. Cnscrupul? ? men creep into every walk >>f life 1 ! law is not ,r?" from them nor th in - no .i., u,e ? me of the <i ?-1 problems >?f philosophy is that I moulding th? dlverae elementa oil 1 man a',tris so that th".v work f.setl foi the i??? ii'-iii of the people sa a wh< The im putting itandarda or fa . pride 'i' one person or arr, ??j? of pars? u illowed to Interfere a 1 m; m" ? ment 1 11 I be benefit of I 1.. ? .1 idge Be ann 1 .???.? ;.. As- mb ma??<? w aIkir aa) b, In 1 art: I mi Inl 1 "sied in at eing a le? pul upon lii" distribution a ? Ol .Ine W i:|. h holds us ?.??:? ni b v |. .--like grasp und, b] dentro; 1 the win power, the restraining tnfl ? 1, ?? i !,.. 1 enablei 1 p? rson lo real an Impulse t.. commit crime is wll drawn and the victim more "iten th. BOl I.tie s a 1 riminfl!. "You v? ill Und that man?. <?i the D lorioufl crimea ol th.? last y?eai wt < oromlt ted b) persona who are ?/! tima "i the 1 ?? ein?' babil fou a ou ... - irpri ed al th( strides it has ma. 4?m<.t?e, ihe colored population m th Cit) and in th? Mouth "There ate some unecrupuUvja m< .? h,. unfo: 1 iinat? I) hat a ? ntersd ti ranks ,?'? thai honorable [medi<*al] pr. fes on and a ho retail ?.? aine froi : off}? ' t, and viio sell pies, rlptiOl 1..1 su.aii sums to lictlrai of the drui and some "i the 1 have been Indicte? Dr, Abraham Levj is now on trial 1 another pan of this 1 .?urt, and the el .l.-n-" in that .-a.-" would interest you, Th? Bgl? BBd is?- Of ....?.in" arc 111 1 reaelng." aaid indu? Roaslaky, "1 mv Judgment the i.iii as dras a is a . \. ? ."in ..ti" snd is dealgned t,, ?t.. tile ?!;. .;h? sal.- of ? ?> :itn?-. The* si,..?; d be little difficulty In obtaining favorable 1 ??t- on if -?> far as its fom and nui pu e are 1 on? ei ned. it covet mattera arhhrh the present law doe not tOUCh Inder the ptfoposod lav the court 1- allowed greater diacre lion, an?l il il is tUtOOtt it will be ?08 .-?hie for judges nut oniv to puntal tltose guilty of s.'iiing the drug, bu also to help thos?- who ar?' I..und vit! it in their poses salon and who an users not \ endei's " Heroin Believed Greater Peril. \\ bile tii" u?'iierai sentimeni Bssraed U fsvor tii. Uaikei inn. sev.-rai of the ?? 1 tiit.rities .?.mi reaterday exprtassed th ,iiiiii'ii"!i thai Us provisions ?oi,. hv 1?. means draafJc eaangh. ?'liarles 1; Towns anther of .mother i??u to oantrol the dis? tribution Of nar.otl.ii. now befbra the Lsgislature, asM that the sain?- ?.r strlctei regulations si).>ui.1 he aaaeted 1?. ..o.; th?' traille in h? r?.in "The eeaalng evil i? not tanalne." bsM .Mr. TOWas: "It is heroin WtOSS now there is niera heroia '.s?>d b) '?tape fiends in th.s , itv than there is co.aln.-. Il?-roir, ?s a derivative of opium. It is much cheaper than coealna and its . ffect \g niu.'h raora laaUng. Cecslne producaa exetteraent, w hi. li vi ,'?.i s off in lialf an hour or 80 and leav?s the victim in a state of utter d?'Sn?indency Heroin, on the other hand, produces a BOeShing effeel la-tln?; several hours, a.n.l the reaction is not Boarl) so deadening." m Wait?-? Dansei, sanitar.v superin? t?i.|.-n*. ?f the Hoard of Health, attai k?d the new measure on the.-., sani" grounds ii.- .oiit.n.h.i thai any law arbsOh p?-i initt'd laviii.n to handle cocaine was de? fective. There was no asoeaalty for them to bare it in their possession, he said, and be thought that by aaslrtng it Imtwaoibli for tin-in t?? obtain it the spread of the trug habit might be effectually checked. ?Practn a!l> tin* only time v. heivco. uln ? is ne.?I'd.'' ih" doctor explained, "is for! oieiations. The siuk?oii applies ?t then. in eases a hers it is n.-?-. *sai -..- to apply ?t j t'. ri.Kll'all.v ov.r a length of unir to re? lave pain the patient ?BSUkj t> ISSBSV Aj to .? hospital '' litd,lt? Comniiasionei L-ederle said that. I I jidgin??' from th*- Urst draft of the bill. ha bsWsysd it could be made much moro drastic with profit. No law, the <7om ? missioner declared, coul?! be too drastic 1 In regalattaf the sale of cocaine. He un? derstood that the Walker bill had been I strengthensd ?Maes Im had ssea it. and he was g?>ing up to Albany to-itay to at !-r.d tii- hearing SB It. he said, it is i'la-islM.? that the percentage of I '-oraine which doctors will be allowed to I ?prescribe fs* their patients ?andar the new I ?measure ?ail be reduced from 4 to 1 per I rent, according to C. U. Bigelow, head of I the Maw York State Boar.! of Pharmacy. I who assisted in the drafting of the bill. : Mr. BIgelou said yesterday that he had j discussed this ?hariR?- with Mr. Delehanty '?n ?Saturday and that they were both In favor of reducing the percentaje to a minimum. Girls Never Give Up Cocaine. Miss Maude K. Miner, of the New York Probation Association, said that aha was ?heartily in favor of any measure thai might tend to diminish the lamentable east,- with which the young girl? uf the city obtained the ?"?a-adening drug. She had seen girls recover from the morphine ?u opium habits, hut she could not re? member a single case of one ?Who had ?given up rorslse "It means rum.' she said; 'insanity. I 1 think of one little gui, not more than I seventeen, wham wef found in a flat I whet* ?they dispensed it. Nothing we ; ?could do would persuade her to testify ? ?against tha ne>;ro who kept tha flat, al? though iiis woman was in jail for felling I tha stuff The negt of s are the worst in | this ?terrible tiaffl? They get it for the ' s bite girls." .lames c. Crapsey. District Attorney of I Kings, w h?? ?had just mailed a letter to Albany approving the a-ooaine bill, wan I emphatic In his ?rlewi when spoken t?> I last night. "1 taror the hill in Sil its provisions." be -aid The effects "f the use ^of ?COCalnS ate so fearful that I believe evsry reasonable means shoula be taken to prevent It! Indiscriminate or general rah ?u use In my investigation la^st fall i eras Informad that ths ousiest drug Mot? ir. Brooklyn did not use two ounces Of the durg In a ya-.it. I itv of the larger I'liaiina'i-- Which has four o? 0TS iranch?ea in this bacaugh. ?I'd not an ii.?,-i- than four oun??as a ?rear in -ill ?the] ??torea romMiMd. This la only another Way "t sh'^wing that even th?3 ousiest ilr :k StOri in a leglthnate way does not dispose of mor. tlian one ?ounce a war." .\ counterpart of ?the Walkei antl? '"?aiii?' hill has ha en introduc.'i within (the last ten day? in tl'.e legislature of Nebraeks bj vivin lohnaon, a -awyer. of ?Omaha, ?ho scrjir*d a oof** "f ?the ?pre? possd measure from Edward Hwann. jtMlgi of ?general ?SesskHM Judge ?Bweaa raid yaatsrday that Mi. Jehnaon. having h?ard oi The Tiibun.'s campaign against ? DcalBS selling in this aommunit v. anal :?arnlnf* ?through !>r?--s?* dispatch, s of .imise iwann's efforts to secara legisla? tion COrtaUing the trafila, had requested thai ? opias of The Tribune containing co ? ? ?t,.t i.-s i,a ?ml to him. Judg? Swaim th-ia-up'iii sa-nt him not ?'Ill\ The TribUBe ' lippitiSs Whi'il he had ? ?n the subject of cocal-ae. nut also sent ! him severa! ot the uflVially printed ???pies of the Delehanty hill, winch, he has learned, lias be? n USSd witlvaiit ma ta-ila! modification as a modsl laar legisla? tion in Mr. Ja.hnson I state. ! DR. C F. AKED COMING HERE. | The Rev. ?Dr. ChariM F \k?-al ?orm-r ?pa-tor of the Fifth Avenue BapfNt M*hurcli ?ill vhUl Mea York Friday for the iiist Urns tknet be left the Fifth ?aven-,.hurcb. On Saturda> morning at II ?? "? K i>? Aked ???? j'i lecture at the ' ?l'i"if or: 'Thi ?BomaUM of ?he ?iolden Don't lose the income from your money while awaiting an oppor tunity for investment. You can open an account with us which will draw in? terest and still be subject to cheque, or you can exchange your funds for one of our Cer? tificates of Deposit, bearing a larger rate of interest and payable at some date in future to suit your convenience. Individuals, civic, social and religious organizations, firms or corporations holding money for specific purposes, will find these Certificates of Deposit especially advantageous. We shell be pleased to have you confer ?-with our officers in regard to banking or trust bueiness. Trustee for Personal Trusts ?sior S?TtfSt ?ompani( Mtmitt Seu Vet?) Cltmrtng Hauat A?tiatian Fifth Av?. and 36th St.. New York We-t. ? and on Sunday he will pfea? h twice at the Madison Avenue Dutch Ke t'ormed ?''hurch. KILLED UNDER LOCOMOTIVE Oar Inspector Had Threatened to Quit After Dispute. \r>.-. T?l??rr?p!i 'a Tha Trlhur.f | New Britain, i'onn., T?h. 18.-Davi?l (Jodfrey, twenty-six years old. a ratlro.i?l ? ar inspector, was ground to death be neath the wheels of ,i locomotive tayri tnls morning. At the close of a dispute about hi? wo k yesterday. Godfrey announ?e.| he would quit for good at ? o'clock. After consid? erable argument he was indured to con tinue by Inspector M. J. Klynn. and thi* morniiiK. before he had worked two hoins, lie loet his life. G?tKifiey wag hi work Baj?erasath ?? standing train when ? SWttdMT humped the car? out of the way and run ovei him. The a rew of the -?it'-h.r ?were held by the police, but were released when Coroner Calhoaa dsclansd he could ?tni o evideni S o? criminal negligence Introducing Grandpap Moreland 10 OCR Sunday flagazine Readers A new series starts in our next Magazine Section of the Sunday Tribune. whi?dh will also contain other notable features. Tales of Mountaineer Life By Hapsburg Liebe "Grandpap Moreland" ?ft the name <>i the quaint char? acter in whose words these stories ?. ill be told The Fiddling; Governor tin ! i r -1 oiic. ig ?bou! the late Senator ami one-time <iOverii?>r o? Tennessee. "Bob" Taylor. Humor and path??*, tragedy and com? edy, arc l?lriulc<i in tiii*. ?nid just when you think the story is all t??'d there com?..? the biggest surprise of all The Horns of the Shooshok By MICHAEL WHITE one o? those interest-gripping tales of life in India which t'aptain White?he was a captain in the British army in India?know* so \\.?1! how t?> write An American hero'?? daring exploit, which won the admit anon o? a British official's daughter, is the theme. The Adventure of the Lost Baby By CAROLYN WELLS \ delightful little satire ?>n Nherlock Holme?*. ?\r*,cne l.upin. the Thinking Machine, and other fanion? detectives of fiction, b> a noted bninoroui v\ riter When Big Winds Blow By rene bache ????ve? th( scientific reasons for the luvoc wrought by tornadoes ami cyclone*! based on discoveries by the Weather Bureau. Who Has the Biscuit Now By ethel colson \ rJigCUSsiou oi the latest phases ?>! the woman ?itiestion by one ?rboge ?vmp.ithies are broad. Professors and Politics By james hay, jr. \n article which shows thai President-elect Wilson is not the only leather who has succeeded in politic*. Betides there will be an instalment of that clever serial, "Seven Keys to Baldpate." and a lot oi Washington anecdote??, entitled "National Topliners," IN THE NEXT Magazine Section OF THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE