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?fjiNM PLEADE
H BIG ALBANY HEM?
wrongs of Social Workers Ur
passage of Bills Proposed b
Factory Commission.
? MARGARET WILSON THEI
jikcrs Protest Against Ban
Cellars and Canners Oppose
Child Labor Restric?
tions?Praise from
Roosevelt.
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- ? ?? f..ie Hi- comn
: || llUStl ? Of til S.
v.- ' ..'i the t.? .'iily-ri,:
Inv?
t)i.- I .a I?or I
Isli c-lilld lalHir. .-?ml =?
I ' Sroi :n;- . ..;
?f Industry, <
i ? cally ont) t
.
bakers 1 \
R
s wo ild gboll
? '? .i thsi t
clean a
nbove groui
II becani? .1 laa i
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and* .f t'i Bn
Moi - I ? ;.;
? ,,. I N Vllll S'.,t I .,?;.
? - .'111- I
lit Growel
I r. ? ? . frull groa
-. ... bill !" ; :
nti
? - Thej all t."
.... thai the ? ?i
?*? kg ? aould Int? rfi 11 with !
?
Mist Wilssn Sees Sulre-.
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? Ideal daught? * ?
, . - Sh?? did no!
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a i tensely lut'
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lei
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... ' '. ? .
i Im ?? of Nea ?for John Will
to*. ?'.'11111 - |
get Mori Will preal
Sew fork i
Miss 1 ? ?* 11 - ?
Trad? 1*1
r the i;
... voiced to I
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John Lundi Igan
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Laws Would Be Modele.
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NsHsa Ooldi
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ft?T EXHIBITIONS AND SALES.
mitt??? of Kew V..I-K fltj Mrs. V, ?;. j
flmkhovltch, pf th- Oreenwicli Hmise, j
-N'"\? York t*lty, and 1 ?i s Adoiphua!
Knopf, of Hi?- Post?Qra lusta HiMiplUl, of!
New York ??,,,, ., ,,i ? -tgainst child la] o
Ml ?Isd? Un? iioty. rrpn -? ntlng th<
' '?? " Ufe' i 'otnmltt? e, .-f the Progr
at a l.-tt. ? from L\>k*nsl Tbi >?
dore i:,.,i-..\ it. ?? ???,,, h the former Pr?s?
Idem Indorsed x).e work of the fs< i ??
commlariou and urged the enactment of
the i,i'.?|,?s".i isw
Othi ra v.ii?, fevered the bill wer? Mis
Fred Nathan, president ..f the .Vew ?for?
''?" -'? ?"? ?' i., un. : Homer Polks, of the
New fork Committee of Balet) sod of
the ?Jtste Chsrittea \,<J Asaocistloh; ?Jte?
phen B !.. mis on ner ..? ;, textile m II
at rohoea Misa Msud? Miner. N?s t*oi .
i'lr.'o.'.iioi, ,,ili,., r; Dl W liter I. i.anll.i.'..
representing the Neu Tort federated
churches; Miss Gertrude Rarntim, orgai -
Iser ..f the Internstlonsl Qsnrien Work?
Di Thomas ?Darlington snd I ?i
Henry Moseowltx. <>r New York Citj . (: .
dolph Ullici Building ?Superintendent ..'
N?s York; Mis? Prsncla i'erkins; Dr.
1.1..?,. ' Moses
SULZER AND HATCH DIFFER
Governor Denies He Was Rude
?Latter Doesn't Agree
ny? ?\ t.. H Governoi Suis? i ?loes !
rd list? ? ? rho a?
hin' of being er" n playing I i th?
la wl to receive
. public hus.n? ?a The Gov? '
lo-dt.) Isa led .. forms! .i' nil I of Mr, '
aB H ippeared In Th ?
e. In which he said thai . Ithei M
1 il h oi TI ? Ti : >ui e was not te ng th?
until Mr. Hat? h had said thai I i? Ooi
'"'?" ? ? . r- .i . rning '
poll itl ii ol ??. ., . of th?
?i Hat? h , ill? ! ,.: m?
? ?. ',.? d I listen. ?: atl? ni
? say. I !?,',i him I
? '? ? ? ,? n. ih? question ?>f
; -.i ,i i nsd i? ? n In?
r. ......
f"! .m int. mai mn Issio
?. .i, of boui
1 ha i appointed
asion to m???-? estions of
ih a ? ? ,,i !? fislal
refoi m
"I suss? st< ,i the sd\ isal Hit.? ??! pr, -
matt? r t.. the .'..?nn'. ?a
' - ? .n ;.. hi,. ? ? . -.
?ugs? ited lhu? '- 8
D Rissa ' Iff ?
asid he would Ih ?> ? -d a ?. ? tly
very well satisfied snd I w?
i-..,) statt ' If h?
araa aba
11 Is untru? How? \. r. I
know i ?? - '. ;.,,.;.... ,.-,,.t .
Mi e. No. ?12 O?
i.,.i i !? ..? ,t -, Bi ,'"i.' n ?si. it night
'i . fJov? rn ? Itllng at his d? ah
wl n : entered th? ?", ? aft? i ?
? ? i k< t waiting oui ?Id? foi i?" i
.m.I ; ? md elles - ? ? ?i me ?
from ll rooi He I cw who I wsa
t oi .,',. I'
labil?
en! Governor"? off! o ild
titled '?? ?? dlnai ? ? oui I?
Mi. Hat? I? ?aid he did n ?? ;? n m k
or Bui? -n ' Tal
? i ; . acd much stroni
i print?
ntisily coi r, et, ' ne i I
M Hal h dr< ? att? ntlor to ? fa '.
th? Governor'? ?i ?pos? .
.?..n ' allg
to tl lion of J
? ' ne of tb?
naces to tb? |> ibll? h?
WANTS MOVIE CHAPERONS
BhOWl Said To Be Recruiting
Stations for White Slavers."
i ??? i ?
? , ? ?Hiring Ildren to
anied I ?r guard!
rait i ' ? st
- ? m<. vv r..
: I? N'. O \ 01 ..
foi iho
? ? ? !.. ro? a j
, i, ,.._? ? ? He fsvored Ihe i
, . -i, aro ild ?,'??? cl
? ? ?. to tl ? ?ho? - in " c.pa- ;
? . ..ft. . nooi . ' wo ?I i quire
.. t- .
I ma tro
\i n . e had ii gated j
.,':?;
could ii"i -?? ' ' ?
,. ? , . them to the how?
lo ,,k. th- m In, and I
en ?? ? ?? ilwi on thi
ooko l for -'i'i? opi?ortunltle8
., r? II w? opposed ??:? tt ? ?
eligi? ?.:.?t''?i?- on ,
.... , parent!; that attendant .?
Ina ni- lure ehou ?
iraged sus? of the
cturea and th? di g?
. i
. ?: P. Bwarta t>sld 1 I
-.,, . ,,,. ehildr? n w?tr? taking tl e
i, ... them foi t;-- coll? I on
?? ' ?
? . ier 1 ; e es-..|
.... ,. t.'srdlnal I i ' ?'
- ed
? ?? -
. . rtibitins. m??. Ing ?l< I?
hows on S ? rslaed i
.... ? . at, tur? n,' i a o a< i
,l io thai '??? ?> '?"? " ' '.' "??
Griffen bill on th? ground thu I
' ;, ,,,) 10 i'i Od ' ? '" '?"' "1,'il"".
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES, j
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TO-NIGHT AT 8:45
In the (irand Ball Room of The Plaza
I flh Avenuf, 58th to $*J h St**r
Admi.'pio* ^v cirrf which rn-iv br'hud free of the A-nrrtc-in A*l
?sthXSSamMt Mm*lmtgt*S, Jtnd il the KstordUt Gdller't .)
The John F. Talmage
Collection
ON FREE VIEW TO-DAY pfe-OM 9 A At. TO .* P. W,
At The Knocdlcr Galleries
556 Fifth Avenue, New York
-
I he .Sale will be conducted by
J MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY
of
$nK$k ,Hi: AMKk,CAN AUT association, Managers ?ggfe
?^^^J^ ? *n<* ?J E??t 2J?i Street. ?ladlaon 1q. South, Hew York. -fl^V??."
-?i-V^ ?V? |?V\**.>jr
COMPENSAIS HIS
SI il AREUHEI
Albany Hearing on Propc
Laws to Aid Workmen Ei
livened by Bitter Words.
EM.VIET SHARPLY ATTACK
Insurance Head Charged v
Lobbying for Foley-Walkt
Measure?Labor Wants
Murtaugh Act.
' l?>? reteai iph to '
M;.in-. Feb. If Por ten h<
afternoon and to-nlgl ? mi
? -. Wenl Insurai ? i mm ii laborini rm n
lh< ? n presentatlv? i front this state
state industt ial a. ? Ment im*? ranee i
mi?Msioners rrom i.? i other at
? ranglcd ?ovei Ih. workm? n'i c.i
tion billa .->t ,-i joint hearing b? fo ?
B? natc and \>'. mbl; Insurance com
I. ,-v
Two ?pecial trains, each bringing
hum r?-<i manufa? tu?rei -. came to All
f ??m New Tort and Buffalo Tl ?
? -'t.m? incing that th. ) wen fo
Fole? -Walker Uli backed bj Supe
lendent si ,?r the 81... Inaura
i ?? pa i tnti nt,
When the) crowded Into the Bei
harn'oei the) found II airead) ut
filled with represei tatl? ??? of laboi oi -
- afllll ited ?eith I h? State Fed?
' ?? of Lai ? ??. a hi? ' Is ??? hind the bl ;
tnidu ?-.! ?,, s. natai M u laugh ?and
man J ickson, ol Buffalo, pro
'?' -?' i". ,. ? tute insuranc? fund ? tli
??? ' n ti?? ? - ??: the i
tree wai manlf? t? >\ thro -
? ? r?c.
*? f?ratur. was p i ? ? ?tonal stta. *
?8 i ? i Intend? m o' Insui an ? Emm? t
J : lg< John T M. Donough, a ?. r? i
Btat. F ?i< : atlon ol Lai oi
?i Mi. Emmet ol \.? tuall) aid
th? ? ssualt) ? ompani' s of th? -
light to previ ;??? ? stlon ??
?late Insurant ? fund H? us >; the
? uranc? Sup? ; Int. nd? nt did nothing
f?k tin ?pi ? -tiding o mint, ad tin . . ?
lai - resarding state insuranc?.
I stick i>> in> btisiti? ?- IVh) don't )
?tl? k i" ? ,. .i - retoi ted Emm? t
nevei indulg n ; ? nallUei
Ig? \; i ? no igh r< ad
?tl tu ' ? ? ;? i?i B . ?
la? . ng S .- ? Int? nd? I , ; f??i s i
g to the tl rnoi lo defeat I >'
lugh-.lacksoi
???.-> 'i ? ? i
? ??:...- til i d
? i?,,, rint. nd?
it ill ..?-,.m pa n | ? ? er
the Inten st und t of
mi ? . ? . :
?
t til. it ?pu?
lei t "f i ' rai ?
Pol. m i Judg. M? ! ?
i ? ? ? .
\ - ? ?I
i
high u y with a I
Th' iptlustrlal i
,, . tut? .? ? ?
? .
. ,y.t: i v ,,r tioardj t-*i * i
pi. -, latoni Thi.tu '
? . ? .?? ? ;
? ? es an
?
nt - . let ? l.n n ? ? hi
T .1 I '?it'.. ? ?? ? . ?
| ...-.; i ? I
>n la* ? ?'
.: .i. bill. All d?
. ?
a itii mfl I?
? "i.it. lonet W . : l ?
the? lei
.a a as almost
? ? : -. Ill, ..?,',.
[ under Its
.,-.?' e Singer Sew M i
and tli? VI? ?
'ompany 1 h< obj? liu
' ? ? iw s'nd th' M 11
onl) a ?-iimli i? i ? i '.?;?? of n
??. v I i: i
. ? . T ul ' "in!?' n .'. '
? ?
To all i: ? H utatigl
, mllo% act 1
i in act to pi
-,...? .. ,.: ?:., 'a In th? i snd i ??: ?
r ?. iponsl le snd Incomp.nt oligarch
John E K;nn ne o( Miehlgan said t :?
uif Michigan ' tn ih? most efllclen
that bad ??? ei Is ? n pla. ??'! on the statut
here T i 11 ifBn, th? ? ?in?? com
missioner, In taking ip tin idgeli i"
the Federation ?>f l*nt?>' bill, d?tnled tha
only a f? ? of the man ifs turei ? had om
. |? tin- ?ii.io la?
Samuel Qompen ildeni lb.
American F?d?ration of Labor, ni;?-?! th.
, ..n,m n. ? -" n ?>?i ' i l?s Murts ?
11. -., ,; i wai fa? or? ?i ?? the it? am im.?
employei i th? stat? as well as the Fed
, i atlon "i Lai " and l n enl oppoaltioi
i,, || |,- ? oi i.Il n-1 ?as from Hi? buikl
,,,. trad? - unions ol S? ? ' w k < Ity liu
.,, ini-ipal ob, ? ' "i. t" the Fol? > bill, h?
-..-o ?vu Miai t.?- coiniwnaation il p o
.,,j? ,i roi 'HT, ' " - ?ai ""' hl -'i ? n?ough
?Daniel Harris, president of tin Ne? York
,<,i,i. Fed? atlon ol Laboi also spok?
for th? Muitaugh lull
Amoi | ll ?.' legi Ho from K< ? Vori
., |,. oi : headi ? ? presentatlv? i
building empl ? ? ? ' > -?? itlon "i X? a
fork and sla building trad?es untoi all
,,: v horn anno ..???? ?i that th? l?ndoi u d
ii,. i ,?i>?> ? w alkei Mil :i - "" i' nan?
, ii.. j rollo? li g i I .Ho BWIIU
oi the Se? Tort building emi ??? ?
REGULATES MILK PRODUCTS
Assembly .Bill Provides State
Sanitary Board.
' :
I ny, Feb. II Th? ?astabili m< i I ??' >
?t?te sanit?r) milk board to regulate the
production manufaetun and sale of dair-,
,,,,?1 irts ii i?i"i osed .i h i III Introd k i
,,, .i.-,, , - Aaron i Levy, *? ? - ?*??>* It) lead? i
of ih? Aaa? ml I: This I||; -??? draft??d
!,. ., n,.iiiuii? ' ol ii" National Milk
t*ongre?*ti recentlj In ?session In N? ?\ fork
City, '<?iiij?ii ion delegates from man)
East? ? n la? i , , ^..,
vi, n , ? - -.. '
lefiai u,,. ?,i i,. ? idmlnlattw?Hl ?
ml ?" whl? I' si a ? ?
r, (. ;, ,. ai .??.'! the oihi ?? men la
. j,ii ?? i|k Health Commii
n ,, : d i ? v snd i',? Btat? i ? mini -
i,lon< i of * :iIcult "?
Th. bill itaalf ?atabllah?*? rigid its da*di
for th? purlt) <>f imiu i-Ik?-.?. and butt
Th? board also li to execute all laws re
latlng to tii>? production, manufacture
and ?ale ?<' tht " pi oducts ani Iht
tatton, roiMiu??; and operation oi ??,.
, reatm I? - and i? a? i ? h? : ? tbeee >? od?
ucts Aii kept? stored, manufactured .-, ??;
..(Ti red |"' ?'?'- ? Th? Mil pndi It? the
.?. ,,, adult? -ii? ?i ? < i i i k imitation i ?? am,
reg?/latea th? sal? ol oertlltod mill snd
im,,lui ,! ? iii ? masiufa? tine and ml ol ;m
i?ui ? butter and ? bees?, i
A PROFITABLE TRUSTEE
?THE business ability of the
* trustee who manages an
estate is of great importance.
A irustee who is over cau*
tious may keep his money in a
trust company at two oer cent.
One who is willing to take
chances may Invest it ai six per
cent, and seriously risk its loss.
The trust funds under our
care are safeguarded perfectly
but we have succeeded ?n get?
ting a steady 4'?'?. return for
the beneficiaries.
Our trust officers would be
gltd to consult with you in
regard to naming us as your
executor and trustee.
TiTlE guarantee
AND TRUST C?
C?Pital * ? $ 6,000,000
Surplus; all earned) 11,000,000
I 76 B'way. H. Y. 175 Rrmsrn St.. B _hn
..*"0 Tullon St.. JgtDgiCg.
COCAINE COST HEAVILY
Witnesses Say Dr. Levy Got
$5.50 an Ounce for Drug.
i? irl | the sb i n< t of Assistant Distrl? t
Mtorne) Delehanty, who wai In Albany
the Inter? in of Assemblyman Walker's
??ill regulating the Ml? of.tin? Depul
.aalatanl i ttsti i I V".? s Edwards
contli .'i the prose? tition "f Dr. Abraham
\.i.- ? -? ,i ?.. tine m?i. ?..mi, befo ??
.iii.li.'.. !?'...*i. . in Qetieral Bei loni eater?
ornlns
nan. a i eforn ed i ok?
;i. ml who ? ? ? oui ? ted before
3wa r - ..-.. f..i s. nina ??? ?
look 11 - -?.!'??! ind reit ated th< onf? -?
? by him t.. Mr. !?? lehanty *
.??.-.in- nl i" hi.i ,? ii??n. In s hielt he
*... > he bough! Hi di - from In Levy
l .. low i... ? 'allanan'-, i oi feasion, he, -A itli
I.?m Kling, wi m i., l n i.- ? ' '.* '.me. So.
..; i..i-i ?d tree! ?ughl two
oi ?v'ni ti he
? ,.i.i ?5 '
I ?? ? ? \ Kkroth ' ? 'ii
!.. i >i ? ?? . M torn? ??Hi.
? ? .i t,,..i !...ih bottle? o ' ? i' i ' ?>?
. aim . nd wei.
'In.
will
mu? i .i n - moi .
SUICIDE'S BODY TOSSED
INTO AN ASHBARREL
Undertaker H.id Buri:il Permit.
bnl S;iw No Harm in Thus
Disposing of It.
Mill ' . -' -
. ?. . -. a I reel,
? ? ? ?if N UStn
irrst ? ? i ? i ' ? ? found
....
i-i.i. h ate, an?!
? ... .i in?
,n., arnitly j
? ! Soill !
- i, ? ; .. rioui i
? i. fol I tliey
in. i . ' examined he
ind tin
?
' .. e asd I
t pout|
? i
.
??
h il,-? |
i
? .. a tul!? s
i..i Hrona,
?? ma nlng
? ? ? ? i .?in ,
. ml Third . ? i nu? p eel
-, ? ' i ? It. but aa - no arm in
lliun -i . ??"-,.:
.
Su a ' ? ; ? ' "'? bul lit? |."ii' ?? I
-..??? ma ?? ? to
.. H? alth to :
FEAR POLLUTION OF WATER
Merchants Act to Keep Hos?
pitals Off Crot?n Area.
To |.i..i- - t thi ' I! - watei ., . I th?
U< i ?. . ? I - * - .i. ha - -i? Id? .1 la In
ttoddi billa n Ihi l?egtslal in t? - ?:?
? - i ? ? ..t. and the ? atakI i aab?i
?hi ?! .ni.r.i; that in. ;. |bUl 11 ? * 11T |.
nun* i.. eatabllahi >i ? Ithln thi .i limits
TI .? was t ik? h ..it. i .. .i.. - ....
;.i rea? hi d t.. op|. th?
of th? '.i o Bt?te I loap tal il na?
.m.i th? ."'. - '.??;. Ti alnlns * liool P.?
it. the ? i..t..ii v. atei 'ir .i '; hi
i . sialstur? viii i-- ask? d to p ial ti a
i.... Idlnc '<?! this ? . ..'.'I i?>
Und alte* for th? I I h ? ? 1er?
'l d.a ?I "? din .t-.i* ol *h? M? i
:i".laii.iii'in*! u {reed
t.. ,t' plan put forward lien i I
\,. t/ in v. M. ii It ?? .-?- propos? .i thai
... . i ?.. - - n .?i .i introduced In th?* i. y
1..I ,i. ... mptina th? ill ? watei h< da
11 mi from 111 a ? ? ? i - ?
MAY ?SAVE BIG DRYDOCK
Damage at Pearl Harbor May Be Les?:
Extensive Than First Reported.
. TI i , ,i .. . ...
w lahlngton, Fob I I ? sW?
11 ..m p.. ..i Admira I Walt? i C t'oe lei
. .,nun.m.I.'ni "f lli IWVal stalkM ?
Honolulu, ?" the ?? i ?? psrtment, Riven
..ni lo-da) Indica!? - I bal i .? damage to
Hie * : do? i? m- bull! :?t Peai i
Hatboi maj not be as estenslv? .^ (1rs!
? timati d altl.*?'? lb? Us g || i,.
I . it
a? . ..iiiiii. io Real v.i...i ? 'owl? - ih?
i: m..mi:, a? lion .? ; h a at? i ala? .i i >.
northwest cornei ..f the doch sia feel sis
To.??- " ? i desti "?? ? .1 sod
other parts aen dam 'K'''i
Th? Xavj Department a ill make s thor?
..iii<ii Inveatlsatlon bel.nstroetlon
work is resumed as there i ?? iKMsIbillt)
"i i ? ait? i.. uis found uns iltabl?
STEEL CAR CO. S REPORT
BafliBgl Before Dividends Were
$970.31.5. a Fair Increase.
Tin . i.m i <>r ih. pi. tat .i St. e| ? ;?if
Compaa) f?n the yeai ? n? ?? ? i i <? icmbei n,
* hi? ii was puMlahed resterday, aha i ? i
an m. reas In uoa iroiflta ol ?:?..;;?. The
ii.-i earnings appUcabk t.. dividends
amounted loWMA ai I tarrean of 117JOI
over in. showing taadc during Ml The
cotnpsn) d.i . profil sod loss lurplua ..*
.*-7.i???.i*i N'.-t aarplua ?ii-1 Hi? payment
of dividends on Is preferred rtock, m ?i
i-i|tial i'> ... i" i ..ni ..h ih? ti.1 '?'.'>?' .mi.
standlna ' "in mi.11 stock, as compared ??. i? ii
14 pet .?.nt in mi. I
MOTHER-IN-LAW FINDS A WAY
Process Servers Unable to Run Down Her Daughter's
Husband, Who Is Delinquent in Alimony Payments,
So She Takes a Hand and "Makes Good."
M,,th.'i.?-iti-iaw will enter a-fcsr? procesa
Kl ? en 'I ire not tresd
Procesa ?errera bsva bees trying to
-?i\. an ar?ot i" --ii"?? ? ..use on Alpbonaa
C ?'li.irl'?!. at tho Hotel Bt?>mom. Mil
v iti.t Bucress i'h.iii??t. until rec?antly,
is ti;? Brasseswl of tlit- ?Chariot Mbies
ami Smeltera Compsny, of ?jsnors. Isss?
ICS whi- h i- ?a|,itali/ol at |lt,.I,.,
His v?if?-. lira Dees Melbourne tobarlo*,
Is svJng him for ? sep,nation, a id the
COUri dlreried ?'harlot to pay his ?rlf?
|4l .1 week alimony petttiitg triai. Ac?
cording to the \?if?\ he? ?MBBbsnd hsa
fsllsd t<? psy in?, although the eourt ortet
n ?s iBousd th.r>e ?reeks ago. Therefore,
Mi? ?'iiaiiot obtslned fioin .insu.. Davis
.', or.i'-r dlr?*?rilng the mining man t??
show cause wbj he stavtiM n"t be punished
loi i oni.ni|it of ?'?ml.
I S?n rt al prmr-.-s BCTVerS OOrt tried t"
! sei \ e ?'harlot, but without result. Th. n
the pro aaa a*ag tinned oarer to Mi>- Ki?/.a
I., tl? Shannon, nioth.-r Of Mis. ?'harlot.
| whom ?'hailot 1.Ian.?.s lor BBUCk of his do
nipsti,' '.iiihai,|,iii?'?s. And motiVi-in-ia??.
found a V.H
i ?ni Mrs. Shannon Bend up her card to
l.. r son-iti-l.i'.v snnouni Ing that she arished
; ? <r, sbn? She '?ii not No suck wast?
of tun?- for niotlirt-in-law.
She Just nem t?. the Hot?*! Bey atout si
?;:::.? o'clock ws tor? lay morning. Son*ln?
law ??as still a Bise p at that unearthly
hour. whi. h i? what Mis Shannon BZIssCt?
, il. Sonu-how ?.he pot into his room : just
low is not easeatial for th?- iSTItlal ree?
ord. The fa. t is that mothoi-in-law
served the ???hi. and ?'harlot must now
.-"(?ai' In court or stand in <ontempt. or
| he must paj Up the alimony he owe?.
ANTI-COCAINE BIL?
DIMS OPPOSIT
< ?inliiiiiril from lli.i gage,
i-ovls, chairman of the saina h
.?'?tn> R?mer, chairman ??f the I
CaM\.nmittee ??r the New
Btat? Pharmaceutical Aaeocla
Charles <;ii>si?n. rerreaentlng the
t tonal Aasoclation ??f Drugg
Thomas .1. France, of thi Kings i '"
Pharram? eutli .,l Aaao? iation; Fran
Smith, ol ii?..? State Pharma. ? u
Amo? Iation B?peaker Alfred E. Si
of th?- Aaaembl . who haa fathered
i i??ns ? ?i? alna leglalatlon.
Dr, Kriisi .1 Lederle, Health C
mlaaloner ?>r Pie? fork City, also
peared, and. although . all? <) .. ? ?. ?
anothei committee hearing, he des
to ?"- put ? n i? i ord ?n support ",'
I? gislat ."ii ,i? his official i apa. !l
Assembly man Patrl? k -i M i ir
chairman <?:' tli*? Codes i"ommltt?ee,
noui.l i'ii ? \< ? nth ? tension ??!'
? "?iiiiuti- ? r .?? to-mot ro? u."- nlng,
' |g probable thai the Walker bill i
lie rep? rted oui favorabl: If
:?? ???! to third reading -i ?
the A ?-? ?i ?''? i alendar i eat Mo?
night fot tiii:.i i?,1 -su.'
Regrets i_??ck of Oppaaition.
Aasembl: nv i ?'? ". m i W elk? i
.? lanbattan I rtstrl t. \?. ho Inl
? lie ..' the bill, ?aid thai li- waa so
ihr expected op?positlon ?-aa not ma
feat
Mr. I lelehai 1? ? plained thai - ? ?
hail been drafted !"?' aus? th? .i"?
and prosecutors found 'ii " the pr??s
law s ?? ?.: ?:?;?,, ... ??? allng \\ ith
ph si? ia i s, dent tats .?i d >.i iggisti
mishandle ??" aim foi p? i sonal i rt
Repul ible repr? - ntath es of th
feastont !>.'.???? -assured him that - ?
t:.? I'-L'i!imat. reason ???i Ii-? pi ?? i
lu? .it ti., i ? :i ??( crys ils ol <?.?? .?i
Its onl us? or h gltlmat ? p -
m the fon i ol olntme it ??! solution ,i
i he ? ..?-?? ? ; i"H i h? t the lim i al
-?. ?. *h??jld !>?? lixed at 1 i
rent cam? to I m ? i ?'i', physicl i
pi caine ? ?es and ?n
?t in it?- salt or i.. tai "i in v?.??i I
i ?? .nui th< additi? nal . ? itrl
? ?.d for In th
pi in . ? :? ?., i? i "i Hit proa.
nttlt. :? i.., ih.? ih?.k?ed ?!"? t'
?nd ?:. gisti ho n,i-?li ukII ? tin- da
k, ? .- .u ^
Th * - ?1st? . I list : ',? i \n,'i
rlefl to the cas? ol Dt Let
nit trial m ? Sen? ral tteealons ? 'ou
n, \. . v.,i ',. .is .m instan? e In poll
The ? ? ??? Iginated ? Uli an unfortt
ii.it,- \ ictit. -!.?in? ha ,! ?
?.,; to .:i\ - , ?i? ln-u Ici Attori
i: , i ,n .. | |o toi ?? i.??. I
.., reel) v n li tul ?
; iptioll.
? i ni, - - -..? lors ? ? i ? ubi? i<? bi
i:., ......???>. ill ,rom th? ?I?" tot. i
-.?in .uni although i.nd that I
had ?! M. worth ??i ti.' ?i. ug
i, . -.ii. .i f.?"? months pr? \ lousl . ;.i?
. m thai ti', worth \"M ?ii the time i
i,,, raid, ??i.'i' i the preg ?n la? h? ha
.? rig il to .. it ' -..? mu< ii aa he s ? ? i
m In- posaeaalon, i ren though h< mlgl
menac? i" the ? ommunit >
". '?" ,i Dr? degen? ? BtCS ?. in;, ii mot
q ,i? i.i' t ,,,i n ;iii i hing else. \v. hat
found whit, women living ?.?.itii colon
m- n sltnpl becausi I hose men wi t
:i?,;,- to keep them supplied wl th
drug, and are have found young ?girl
h ,| into '? hit? sis ' r) solely by m< an
.,i the grip this drug has taken oi
ih? m.
WoliM Aid Druq Victimv
i n -.n, lusiofl Mr. i " l?ehant) spoke o
ih- amendm? nt '" the pi i sen! law ? ?on
tainted m ti.? -Walker bill making it ?
u? a nor lo hat.? am?- in one'
i..,. -? ? -i, .n. ? '.? ?i'i uni? r ?ii'' r- strli
11 ? > 11 -^ impoaad. He said that su? ii .
provision would be of Incalculable ben
. m to the 11' uni'', "t til'- drug in help
Ing them '" conquer the habit. As t?
ill" limits Imposed un doctora, dentists
veterinarians ami druggists in tip
.mi?,mi' of cocaine the) an? allowed t?
have in tin ir possessions, Mr, Dele
hant) mid thai ii.? . ? itrl? I Ions ?
ni, i,,i .mil ?ufll? !? n: ?"i .ii l?egltimat<
purpua? ?.
Judge Bwann's letter touched briefl)
upon ti;? ? hh ?' i.its ??:' th? hill .uni ; .
obj ctions which bad bean expected.
ii. wrote il." i more rigid legal brake
i,c ih" trafll? irag ne easarj to cb< !-.
the moral dcgeneracj whkh the drug
?*;??-< breeding. Aa t" <ii report?**! ? >!'
position of medical societies ?" the In?
.sjmti'iii f- ai in?, lie il. .lar-il ili;,i ,|,?
tors should be willing '?? withdraw thai
i. an-, of il." tremendous Import ??i
Hi.- growing i i IL
Distrl? t Attorne) < '. "i'.-- .?. in hla let
tar, cited Illuminating itatietica which
bad bean given to blm b) medical
authorities. n<- raid tii.it Qae-tbird of
un ..un,. ..f .??..MU'- arouM last th?
busiest throat spociallat in th.- world
for iii"i' than two weeks, ami that ver;
fen drug ?torea usa mor? t?haa two
?ounces ,. yemr in thalr te^ttanate i??:?i
nasa
General Hemy'a leti ?? draft? .1 by hla
attorney, Mr Smyth?, ?-.i'^?i attention
to Hi? .m,?ni' activities <>t ..ii" doctor
m Ne? fork, wiin waa f?omad t.? ha?ra
usad 1,900 ounces ..f the drag ?ti th
course ?'f ?i m?nita -?mi a half's ims?
nesa Hi arsa supplying imdarworn
doalera In iii* ?it ne all over th?- Unite?
spit.?, and "ns the source ?>f suppl?
."' iii?' colon ?i m.m Noely, s ho i
known ?* tbe "???i-. kin?;'' ..* Net
Voik. Keel) wss convicted rocontly o
telling cocaine snd sentenced t?> si:
months' Imprioonm? nl and .i Rns o
f?t h >.
Reputable Pharmacists for It.
Mi. I!?.ni' i told Hi.niiiiill''.- thi?
ih?- **tni.- Pharmaceutical AssoclatkN
heartil* Indorsed the bill snd ?i?! ttas
no reputable pharmacial m the stat?
i ? let?-'i any objet lion to it. ?Thi
druggists hi said, felt thai ?-"in. o
i he ; i . _Ions entallad s dupll?cathN
o? tiitir it??.nils, bul foi the --.ik.- i?
? leaning o il the ? rook?ed druggists win
had mlshsndl?Bd the drug In tin* pasi
he did no! believe1 thai the phsrmscisti
ii?.- ;i whole would officially object evei
to the duplication "?' te ordi clauses.
Dr. Lovla, explaining thai ?ill tii=
msn ifa? tut er? of < ocaln? s i re repre?
- ;i-. d m thi Nea 1? "i k Board of Tradi
and Tranaportation, said that botb
manufacturers and distributers ?ton
itrongl: In favot ..f the bill.
Mi. ??iiiv.Hi rwid thai the Sstlonal
Association of ?Druggists was strong!?,
m favoi ol iii?' bill, snd belle ? d ti.ai
h H.niiii pul .1 stop t" ?in mishandlini
ol ih- drug hj pharmacists, particu?
larlj -.in.-, a'ho supplj the m -.1.>i
lh< ^-" ? ? ? : 111.
_ ?
HAD OPIUM IN SHOE
Harlem Police Charge China?
man With Selling Drug.
following m. raid b) cuatoma men ??
week :?K" In ! i rl< m on in opium p?a? ?
in West 133d street, the pol.I the
Lenox ?< enu? , lio station have been
K.,.t hing :??! offenders In their i?r??? in. t
\ ., i ? ult of thell Igilan? ? l'..11 ??Ini.ti.
\i N'augbl arrested las! evening Charley
? hoa . a ho ke< sa it No I Weal
- .-.| atreet, on ;? ? h.-ir?' of Belling opium.
,. t ik?-;i to the Sigh! Court, where
.\, ig| it rat? ?.? held him In !'."??' f-.i .i
n- h mg ti is m"! nlng.
M< Naughl said ms ny compls
;. .-H m .,, thai opium w .* b< Ing sold n
,i laundi ??? in w ? st '.i streel to men,
a-omeu and ehlldi Hi told thi court
Hihi h< >."t .. m gro '?. i' ? t".? of
bop from ? 'ho?. tl pun isei i ng
loi h with .? mark?ed dollai bearing
? hi poll? ? ii.in - n ? i??i>? i
. -,. ? ?? liad ?? ' sn of
opium concealed in his iImm and n?o
tsbes ' i !he ?? ig In the sleevi s ..f his
COCAINE ON THE AQUEDUCT
Majority of Workers Use Drug,
Says Westchester Pharmacist.
? . gei pi saldenl of the
.Vettiel.ntj F-harmar? iitlcal \*?
it a ...mi meeting with
hi?? Weal h< stei i ount] M? di? al .'? -
? -..i iften.i ' at 13 per i enl
?? the ampa along the
N. u l'oi k aqueduct aere iei ??i i o
. aim . It wg ' m.- i liai aome a? tlon he
taki ?.
Mi w . -. i bang? ?Sid ibal hi I ad
made ?< personal Inapection <>f ihr camps
snd ha.i fonn.i many ?h" would rather
?pend their monej. fot th? drag than for
.? m? al. ]
BROKERS HISS SULZER
i
Vent Disapproval When Name Is
Spoken at Waldorf Dinner.
MARTIN H. GLYNN AMUSED
Lieut. Gov. Salves *Them by
Putting in Good Word for
the Stock Exchange.
?3o*rernor ?Suisse |j amprhstitsadls; no: ti?a
I att.,n saip? of the International As.-cla
tion of Dkukns whtrh re], brate?! its ot
?janJsntlon last night with a dinner in
the Astsr t3sUsry of ?he Waldorf. Nor
J)?-rt Ft ?'r<-nder?-a?M. the toastmaatet. In
Bn iin^uard".! mi,:n?nt referred to the
state ?\?,-.t!\. as "the people's Gov
eruor. the Hon William Hese*? ?aoW
? lbs ? ll. !??[.. i i.-.i. to.? ia,?;, when tils
;. "ii. nee Idssed the ?auase.
'?Qsntlemen. if <?ni; von usual <>mii
?hat." !..; pleaded. '"The Governor in a
??arn, friend or rnin?- \nd yen
miisi always remember that it fs not the
rjsverssM* who ?nscta the laws, but th?
l?gislature "
Lieutenant f.ovrnior Mm tin H. Glynn.
who sat at th?- ?peak??is' table, appeared
highly amused at th?? pontaneou? expres
?loQfl ??f the hrok"ts. He not s h?*sity
round of spplsuss and a hurst of che?i?,
?. .1 by I'amrron Hlaikie, arben he arose.
Olyna began by telling them he had ?l
?.ii!> h.i^tofoiT believed Wall Str. et men
ha.l a fondness, for water, hut he now
knew that he has! bees mistaken.
Thej liked this and they t?jok It with
a better grace, erben be -aid:
I t.ik? It for granted that you mem?
'"i- of tin Intel national Association of
Broken are Intsrestsd in the propose?!
legUlatklfl ior Hi?- fit??, k Kx.hangr. go
am I. 1 wo il.l nol perSOCUle the Stock
Exchange; neither would I prose.-ut* it.
I believe the S'ock Kx.hange is a great
elesring bouae for business. I believe it
Bervea a useful purpose, l beite.? it
focht to be protected in its tights, but I
hoi.I it should be compelled to discharge
Its duties
"An institut ..?i, of t:.:?s kino, ha? ri?l<
lotie? a? aretl as an Indlvidusl The Sto<w
Exchange should i? .i ileniiag house for
ess . th> st... k ?Sxchsnge must not be
.. clearing bouss f." Ilnsiulsl tricker.?.
If 1 inlStsJce not. \?. i are with me on this.
?in this regard Jay Coafce, ?7b*s)b Bsnsr?
?atrlntic l>ond broker, leads, where you
?,!it to follow Jay ?'ooke was for simple
Justiere 's biokets you should be tot
?Imple hiBtlce for the public As a ?tate
offi? lal l should i,<- and I ira fo?- slmpl?
iuatioe to the si,., k K\, iiatiK?*. A'id all of
i- smother a.- citJsens or eoh ?als. should
)?? for Blmple justice for th?? in\ este?l dol?
lar, simple hietice for the man who makes
the dollsr, simple j'JSti.e for th?; puhlK
oui of whom the dollar is nasals
"M' friends, if are all stand for this
?impie Justice the future of ttt/w York win
i,.- ,.s prosperous a- Its press?t and gg
?.loi lo 18 as its pSSt
M was something of au or.?"al foi anv
man With a s? rlous turn of mind to ad?
dress 'hat gathering. .John D. Moore, a
member of the Itste CimasrswtlSn ?Cerna*
i laalon, WSS f?"M*CSd to hreak in'o a rag
time ?tride at the *oty Nglnnlng
? What in the world." he ? rlrd. ",io you
want t<? pjo <>\.'i t.? ,I?>i>e?' Ctty for ?Ii' -
the 'aoven Bisters' ?viu i?-- in full opera
lion' Why don't you stay where ...
and where ?ou know the wny
'loiimi'.' "
He tried to ?sso, 'The ire'mo. r.?ic a?.
ministration stand? for the iiunseiestisii
if Will St ????et " hut a diner in th?? rea,
: "Wsll st i ??et nssMJB no u'lasaetB
itlment Which mad?? mor?- of I
n.i. ami Sil applaud??! this rather ain
? Isuoua 'ii. turn :
"A proper attitu.l?' tOWSrd th<? impend?
ing legislation at Albany will a'-.'.nip'i?
the tninh desire?! end with the minitnum
Of ?llHturhance and the maximum of ef
;'< .-riveness."
.lohn Kranklin ?'towel!, of Tu? Well
str?et Jsinrnnl, " Utti tktsm thai "?it?>
sether too msnj asen In Wall street in
positions of trust but never beso west of
th?? Hudson or north of the Hsriaas
Riser He chilled them for narrownoa?,
for their Lsck ?if knowledge concerning
the sentiments of the country ar iarc--.
S. Bled at th.- guests' table, beside? th*
speskera mentioned, arers M. F. do
.?,_- ero presMenl of the <*on*oiMat?vi
gto !i Bxchsnge; lohn Aspearen prSai
.l.'iil of the Produce KxchariRe: T.eui? I..
Clarke, .lame? B. Malmn. p: evident of the
St w Votk Stock Kxehanae; William
Ktngbley, ' I* M?'1'ormick. chairman ?>f
the Sea Terk Curb Association. Charles
tebin, h>nn?-th *\ ***** *1'1"? N'
Bond. BMgPSr Allen Forbes. Samuel 3.
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