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10 SOUTHERN BANKS Secretary McAdoo Decides to Deposit from $25,000,000 to $50,000,000 U. S. Funds. REVERSES M'VEAGH POLICY Will Accept Government Bonds at Par and Commercial Paper Security ? Tillman as Urges Quick Rclief. The Trlbaae Bureau 1 \vn- ? -? July 51.-TO relleva a Btrii--. the money markel and fa ? - ? ? rveetlng and movement of i :,,:?, of thc Ti ? aaury an thal he would tranifer betwi ^ and |60.0Oft,e0B from the Ti, .: banka in thc Bouth and Weat, nnd make the money avi on comparattvdy aaay tei The money will be depodted in two or three Of the larsest banka Theec banks have m l y-t been adccted, bul the de podta Will he made only ln banks which have takea out at knst M per cent of thelr rimilation. it -,s the bettnf of feaeretary McAdoo that the money ran be returned to th^ Treas^ry within slx or seven montha. His Idea ls thal the retUia BbOUld bl rer cent ln December, 3" POT cert ln Jamian. M per rent In February. and tbe balance ln March. This plan, how ?>ver. is not deflnlte. but Wlll ba Babjcct to rhanires te meet conditlona which ir.ay develop. Will Accept Commercial Paper. Batrdarj kfiiefloa anounce.i that rrime commercial pap?r wlll be acoepted as se? curity in addltton to government and hi?rh claes state and munMpnl bonds. Tbe conuaerctal pnper. bowever. nw=t paes th* rleartr.K hOUOeB end rerelve. the nnal npproval of tbe Peoretary ot th* Treaaury. Ab security government bonda wlll hc aeeepted at par. whlle other bonde will be taken nt II per cent of thelr markel value. The approved com mercla: paper will be tak*n at Tf per cent of its markrt value. Tr.tetest wttl b? charged at thc rate "f 2 per cent rpr ann-ir This new pnltey ls the antlthests Of that adopted by Pe retary MaeVeagh. who a year neo de^llned to make government deposlts to relleve the tight money mar ket. on the ground that the moderate Burpius federal funds at that time ahould be bald as a raaarvdr to be utntzed at oomc : ?ed1 ??? edUoal atagc With the net balarre ln the peneral fund to-day amountlng to nearty fUt, 000000, Becretary McAdoo hai taken the ? nd that the government should antlci pate the situation by placing deposlts where and at thc time they are necded. if tbe full 180,000.000 is depodted, it wlll tcmporartly naarly douMe the govern mci fa depodu with the banka, whlch at prei ' ? W? ?t federal fuada Tillman Backi McAdoo. tary McAdoo haa f^und aaother BM tO BUPPOH eharge of coi agalnat the New Torh bankera i tha pereon of Benator iMued a statement to-day hope that a curreney bill WOUld he paacad. or aome plan adopted by whlch Southern bankB may obtaln money to mOVC the OOttOO crop. If no relief'was afforded. be said, the Southern planteia would he robbed of tl00,000,000. "I for one." sald Benator Tillman. "am tired of BCdng cur p?ople held up nnd robbed by thc New Tork rirstes. who ap poar to be wllltnK to scuttle the shtp rathcr 'han lose their grlp on the farmeri of the eountry." "I Btaoerdy hope." the Senator'e statft ment aald, "that the Hanklng and Cur? reney Commlttee of the House, of R"P reeer.tatives ean work out some prart!<-a ble acheme that wUl lnspire. tbe ror.fi dence of the huslness people of the eo-m try for lending money to banks at 3 per cent on aattefaotory eonataral "Mr McAdoo ls well Informed ss to th* buafaeea condltlons ln the Unlted Ptate*. and I am wllling to leave !t to hla good Judgment as to what collateral I Smart Straw Hats at Bargain Pricet Sennit.Spiit&Mackinaw Now 95c Were Jl 49 and $1 90 Panamat, $3.50 & $3.90 Banhokt, $1.90 to $3.90 Reduced One-Third All our fincr hats. ihe tream of the market?reduced 25 lo ii per cent. j Outing Hats, 50c | of Duck, Fel , Silk, Craih, Mohair, &a New Featherweight Felts. $1-90 & $2.90 Imported bodies blocked and irimmed here. Three color* Pearl, Brown audTan. POPULAR ONE DAY OUTINGS Lake Hopatcong C?1 CVERV SUNDAY 91 ANO HOLIDAY HARO COAL NO SMOKE GOMFORT L*?v? ?>!? I -r^ Si. ?"?*>. Ir,,: Im ll I.Wl m. I ?? ? MmmAv*., Itrtty CBf t.lt ?. Mauch Chunk,si50 NEXT SUNDAY -???. s ?. ?' %.m . ? ' - , ]f'*'Y Cl'r ? 47 ? m. i-hall be reojulred. Right now there is Bn acnergency, ar.d uniess Congn ? iptly wlthln the ncxt alxty <i;-: s the Bouthern cotton plantera erill b* robbed of a hundrad miUlon dollara or more by th. fall ln prlce of their prlm ipal I duc to the inahility on the naui ol Bouth? ern bai ka to n< t money from N< any pi ? "r on any collateral. The Nea Vorkers have our people by the throat, aB they have had them all th( a.nre i i ? and only Congreaa can glve relief. No Relief in Aldnch Act. "The Aldiich-Vreeland act, whleh ? j thorized tha prlntlng ol ihe five hundred mllllon doltara now lylng in the Trea granta no rellel at all to ouj people, be cauae ol the condltlona Impoaed Tha rate of lntereet bei it 8 per ceni an 1 increases very rapldlj each month The . an i ? eatended only tl i i aoclatlona of banka ln reglonal i ? urlty aaked la of aui h a eharai ter thal few, if any, ol our banka In thi E ? an furnlah It, and it onlj le natloi ' not state banka al all nl reeolutton could bc through botl ol Congri ta If thc houaea are wllllng to g'-v.- the country relief Thla reaolutkwi would he only ln tended to glva temporary relief untll the Committee on Banking and i ig, if it . an ever rugh, nnd Congreaa glva l < i m inenl bj atem, -if aomethlng la not done i aee no way v1-ik the people Ol the Bouth from great loee, unleea :he banka take the law into their own hands, aa they did ln HW, and forra clearlng housa aaaoclatl i raeue ccrttncatea, as they had to d Won't Call for More Margin. Becretary McAdoo craphatlcally det lared to-day thal tiie Treaaury would nol call for more margin on the United Bi ita per cent bonda to pecure nation U banh circuiat'.on becauaa of tha da ket valu? of these pecurltles. tifflcJals of the Treaaury ptated that the pro\is!on? of the currency Wll for the retliement of the n?nd BCCUTCd currency was origlnally drawn bi aooordan e arlth the exact recommendatfona of a commlt tee of the Ameri.nn Bankers" AaaociatlOn and was Inter nmended at the augl atarj McAdoo, ao thal all of the r>utataridlng C per Centa WOUld be re deemed ln cn.<=h. wlth lnterept, at the end of twonty yaara, The Treaaury holda that the bond ratlrement provlalon a.? now constructed mateiially Increases the ; legea Of the holderp of the I per ? ' Will Ask Investiqation. a reaotutlon demandine an Inveetigation of the charges of Becretary M Ad a "hank cotieplracy" has depreciated ti.e prlce of the governmenl I pei and that New y. rk bankcra are trytng to prevent currency leglalatlon will he ln? troduced in the Houpe to-morroa reeentatlve Neeley, a Den member of the Banking and Currency Committee. Mr. Neeley. in a atatement lj-sued to rtght, aaya he |a .-onvinccd that Becretary McAdoo is correct Irl hia atatement He arserts that if the p-i;o "money tl veatlgatton had been contlnued. i poaed by the Henry reeolutlon, "wc would have known the halan^e of Wall stock jobbtng crookedneaa by this time." The N'r> . ?. . , ,t;0r, wll] dirci I ' klng and Currency Committee to In rite Mr. McAdoo to appear before It lm? medlntely to su>?iant;ate his charg. s. 1; ls also pro] thal the commltti Inveatlgata the denlals of thc l-.-.k' ra "My exrerlence as a memUr of thc 'money trust* committee," 111 Neel< aaya in i-.:s atatement, "eonvlncea me thal Becretary McAdoo waa oorrect in hia atatement that there la a d< aplracy to depreaa governmenl bo the :;tork Exchange, and i bellev< that <"<? ngress ahould bnmediately authorize tl,* preaant Bax.klng and Cui ? mlttee to bwreatlgate thla matter, and to Invtte Becretary IfcAdoo to appear before It and dlBCleac the fa^ts ln thla diabOllcaJ plot, a? wall aa the names of thoaa wl a are responsihle for It. "Vnder the rule reccatly adopted by thc Banking and I'urrenc.y Committe.- | ? are to repert a bill to the eaia ui on Mon day, the 11th This gtvca ua an ab of time to sift this matter to tha bOttOffl ar.d bare the braaen oi nsplracy ol i rgan \7.c\ sto k johhers to intlmldata Congreaa and w-111 glve the committe" the ! i the lnformatlon thus diaeloaed for use in the framing of the currency bill Regrets Pujo Squelchinq. "It will be re.-nemhered Repraeentatlva Henry, of Texas. recently ofterci lutlon to conrJnoc the Pujo Inveetigation. Bvery doiiar of this sluinp In the prlce of government bonda baa ta curred since it became known that pome of the puity leadera in Oongress are oppOBCd to auch aetlon at this time. Mail the Henry reso lutlon paaaad, and the rlght kind of a CAmmittee been aelected, wc would bavc known the balanoc of waii Btreet'a al ? a Jchhlng crookednoss by this time, and this H&OgfltOOl siump never would ba curred. "One Of the thlngs a Wall Str< ? bler fears ls the faetng of B committee of rietcrmlned men possesslng hoth tix power and the deslre to dlaeloM ? ppecially when he knowa that hld to "coroe throughf roaana a Jall aentence for contempt "Plotting agatnst governmenl bonda la not the only eln of the Indlviduala re? ferred to by Becretary McAdoo, They trafflo ln every stock and bond they . an palm off on a guiiihie publlc, and have plundered the producera of this country for yaara 'Last year the farmers cf the United Ptates produ.ced crops valued Bt aPPTOXl mately $B. 0"".<riO/*'e, and ihrouRh the manlpulatlon of this aamc |:.ing they re ceived approxlraately M,000,00o,aoi there for, leavlng h proflt tO 'bC Who tol I I lOt, nelther does he spln,' of J1/mi,-?h,,-?. mora than was rccelved by 'he preducer hlm? aelf. If we had the i ight kind of a I rial system thlK would ncrer hava bap pened. Klther the stock fobbera' grafl ahould he cllminated to the conaumer, or the producer ahould receive the ralue Of his products." c SILKMANENTERSCUSTOMS Frederick Kuenzli Made Assist ant Appraiser Here. Waahlngton, July IL?Preatdent vsiison to-day noininaied Fredeiicb Kuenzii, of Saw Jereey, to ba Aaalatant Appraaaar ??f CuBtoms at New York. Frederick K ICI I N J.. where he |a a member ..t the School Board He was born U Bwttaer lar.d in 18T2. and ls a graduate of the Unl veralty ol Zurlch. Ha apeaka Pram b, Oemaa and Itallan. Ha taine t.. thla country aevenl aR... and arai am pioyed b> the gcbwaraenba i HuberCom pany, stik manulacturera He is i. a i ? perlntendent i f the COflBpanj I Bavonne f.lant, the only one that did not ClOM down durlng the rCOenl eilk ?tiike. Mr Kuenzll's dutles in the | Houae aill ba aith tha fourth dlvlaloa of the Appraiaer'a Btoraa, when ? Bllka and WOOllena are haudled. THORNTDN DENOUNCES PARTY'S TARIFF BILL Louisiana Democratic Senator Declares It Means Con fiscation of Property. GROMiMA ATTACKS MEASURE Majority Leadcrs Make No Ef fort to Rcply?Conference Must Settle When Wool Duties Take Effect. -1 i i Waahtngton, July i l ?r Thorn* ton, of Loutalana, a ho wlll vol the tarlff bill, | i ? -? I I pro teated to-day agalnal tt:-' free augar i>> his i and chargi d the Dei lo whlch ance, witl I - dcri oui pathwaya ??Th-- greal n i lorltj of the pr< aenl geneiatlon In ' aald Benator Thornton, "have grown up alnca the dark daji of reconatr ic( Ba r nol of it aave by ? And the dlffcrencc they luv.en ln thi itate ? ? t: ition la the difference of a fea federal ? "They have aeen the hend of the gen* | govei ? ? indei R< in ed minial i atretched oui to ef? . thi in f li-f In tl ? ? ? treaa to pcatih ncc and floodi and knon thal the n itlonal i ?? ihocratle party, if n had been ln power, eould have done no moi ? "We, the fathera, i ?? tanl atrlvan ? to atea f the ln favor of the natlonal Democratic party end keep them true to the falth. now they are to bc alaln by the ln ?hi> h ? ad thi ? and for whlch ih? people of Loutal have glven of thelr time, labor, .- ? . and evei th< Ir blood ln thc eaiiier daya, and of thelr time. labor and n , ? ? ? ? poi and f likf ti |ck< n eai i i I ; ' I -. rhlle wrll in agon), the fal ? tlppi d wll ? "Il la hard; very, ?? ? "An I thli the reaultani of m i.i h m III be II affect irroughl thc Dei al whlle the pc >ple of .... ., . n the Houbi ol tl ' frlende." A much i ' the Dei f North 1 half of the farmcr. He ? rltl< : denl . . ? it ai Repi ? ? ? .... ? Wll. The I . ber l. ai d the ..".?. ary L BANKERS WAMT ACTION ON M'ADOO'S CHARGES Sccretary Will Be Urged to Present Proof or Make a Full Ptetraction. The f.-eiinsr ai i rork bai :-..-- -a | McAd.f the tnaeni ti,,,. ?? forelng down the prlce of the govemi to creal ? M t thi h an acul itage that u tlon li pri thc n^ar future. nken have been dIeeuaahM the btiitj ? ? | ?? ? ntb | a formal re ? through tha New Houac for ? ' ? ? ? . . of tbe Tn ? erhi< i a Ueu? loua and wll ? i Ji Aftar ? i een thc headi of the leading banl I ? ! not to follow Buch a courae, deaplte thi i tinued beilef thal Hi M< Adoo tn tdc ? ln vi.w <>f tiit- deelded oplnlon ei i taii ? :? aeveral of the tai v M< Ad . ? ? '. In dlvldual ? omn in wlll I ? i to him demandlng proof of hli ...?I ean bc offercd, a full and compli te retrai tlon On the door of tne stock Bxebange it waa atated that i - had recelvi d ? privati gton thal thi Bi ? tary of th< Tn ? reodj deelded on auch a courae of actlon. ?]-,,. )., ? . in thc mlnda of th. bankera, that Becretan McAdoo'acbargea were abaolutely unjuatlfled ere tha m ?? diapal hea from all parta ol the country whlch, with no 'xcei.tions. charefterlae tho chargea a> rldleuloua end nol ba ad on fe< a Barton Hepburn haa aspreaaed the aentlmenl of thc Wall Btreel banka that the dcpreeiatlon in thc governmenl I cent bonda haa nol been due to au tagonlatlc Influenci a bul haa been ? ? I by thi framera of the mii taklng away 'the value from the bonda bg the pro ., for |ue,00 000 addltk n.. eln ilation withoul adequatc prorlelon for th'ir r. ; dempti'.n i < >n t)ie Itoch Baehange le>.O00 of ih. r?-k.-ist?-!'.'d j i-r centa aold el >'? Rat, WithOUl inier.St for trn da vs. It Waa rx; lalned th l I - '?'??;- boughl ??' ka, end thal thu a aa t: ? uaual parlod allotted for delivery.^ rtw auggcetlon thal the bonda had been aold short y.h: denled Developmenla ln th^ Inveetlgatlon bj the ai -? ' ? ommlttce of Jie . al* laal Baturd . of R ?.f tbe oupoi I ? ??'?'re i - ei h< -i the re it !- beheved thnt ? a Manli a- i ". thi acllei ? ' '?? bond ba cj t any Intenl to bi ar thc market. A rep- rt on the matt-r. | ...... v. i. wlll nol I"- m ide public for ral daya, -? WEATHER MEN DROPPED. ? Ington, July 11 it )-. I ?- tlon dlrector of thi WTcathei Bureau al ton, n i . Profeaeor M i. Helakelt, - ? ? ? ? meb orology, and I'.miei j. Carroll, ehlel elerk "f the urather . t^d in the aJieged poittl cai actlvlt) of WIUli i. M. former . tne; of thc bureau, whlch reeulted in nis dismis.- i fron od day FUES INTO TEMPER Bullies and Insults Lobby ln vestigators and Repeatedly Contradicts Himself. HOUSE OF CARDS TUMBLES Lnbbyist Repudiates State ments to Which His Affidavit Was Attached?Examina tion May End To-day. Tr-'in Tbc Trlbuaa Buraaw.1 Waahlngton, July IL?The fllmay houae of tardi bulll by M M. Mulball ln his ?> to incrlmlnate men c( promlnenee in his aetlvttlcc as an a!le<cl lobbylBt . ,n;. tumbllng to the ground to-day, when he flatly repudlated atatementa he h I . t i "ThC New Voik World." to whlch his afBdavit waa attached ^a; ing ? th--- >--..t. menl wai ?> h to ; ?? ? i ! knoa k dg< and i '? To-day'i acaalon of tiie Senate lobby .imlttee was hy far the ir : ? .n on tbc atand. Hia teal -eaam a ta i maaa of cuntraillctlona, and ln numeroua Inatancei hui memorj ? . r iitj thal whi i i , ould not remember manj of thc nV1 of hl - ? " ' '?'" 'v " th"' "' nl and ai gen d anlmal forced Into i.ii r and III htlng for II Mulball bullicd and Ii aulted the a\ ? , : . ii imlttee ln a way ih.it was and ":? '!1:,M ?..ld h;m that if he parslBted bi his dtai aaj actful attll id< h< ? d be torced to ' ? ? hlm HJvcn Bi I as Mulhall'a ; |er to a . onalderabli extent, had to join In thc proti at agalnet bli Thcie were BlaO claahe* bCtWCCn the Ben ?'"r> and Robert M tei r.d Jamea A. Emery, ounael for the Natlonal I I of Manufacturera Mr. Em< i ? ? t an a ?latlnn of ? ? .... and put ln a falaa poaltlon bj all. -ii I he begged I i ? . a cranl J by th< rt to the :?.. meal ? ? , ?? a of the man affectlva that immlttee, after an ?-?*> ' ? ? u .\e hlm tha pi ? Declarea He Was Miaquoted. Mull all i ?.??? gatl ' ial ' fbe v. orld' miaquoted ( reault ol ...... .... in the I ???' 1- !? rruptlng ? l< ? ? ? ? ".ffldavit ?? ... ttee thal a did nol ? .. . ? .??.,. thi | it* r not 1 w thal V ? f that date, e . ? " ' ...... ?? rea quoted [ bellevi perlod 1 we ? ? ? 1 thla mom ? . ? ? and ; " : : ? iquoted rou?' aaki T" i ? beal knoa ledge at;d I ellef, Mull I to 1 tati ant ln Ti.e " I rr axamlni iked what la , ? th regard to l thal have ea ? l for pui i oaee alread na ii , ? . ??I i. "I a o ild not sw. i , ? ly untll i rent 1 ? Letter* Not Produced. t* .? eroi i-exai f Mull ? hich lucted 1 ? ' i man < hrennan, with ?' ? .. ? ' lueatlona aubmltti I i rttten forra by tha ' I ? ..; aereral Mulball ie?t- r<< bylai had nol pro lueed i >ne of tl to a It of Bamua .... ? - | ?, .. . , Lai ? ": ink Moi ? f thal aaiuaal on, to Pi ? \\ iiaon al Bea Olrt, N J., a ben a proml ? ' i '?? ^ llllam United gtati Senai Irom thi thi ii < lovernor ol Ni ?? '? i Mull ? -i d the oi bai la for thts Mntcm'-nt w;.s wh?l had been toM 10 hlm bj John G Bhrevi : Itlantte CHy, Rep !? antatlve Oardner*a aecretary, who. >? aald, kepl cloaa watcb on Qomperf and Moi i Ii The wltnei ? i toM ol efXorta thi' had bet n made to dUpoaa of hia letti r^ Hc offered them to Mi Oompera, be aald, bul tbc latte-- d< cuned thi m H< dcnled thal lu had tnci to aell them to New Voik and Phlbadelphla newepapera and to magaalnca Ha alao djcnled thal ba Bgreed thal Rlehard Barrj ahould aatl tho lettera to "The Hea fork vVorld" for H0,OOO and that he CTOUld he cont-lit 'vit , 16,000, but later he teetlned thal al Bai i uggeatloa he gid agraa He aever paid Barry, M ili ..!! aa ? i ld th . in IM D. Cady H.rrick and John B Rlley, two wall known Hew rorh Demoerata, offered hlm 18,000 and a iif>- Joh. bul he did not *>iy for what He alBO said he was not pres ent when the JBB) he said was I r.talner for i \ Ri preeentatlva Wataon was pai.i ii. eouM not remember ihe namea ol membera ol the Houae whom ba had had removed from tiie Judli i Committee Ha could not tell how much money had paaaad between hlm and tha Nationai Aaaoclatlon of Manufacturera, although hia accounta had ahowed thal ha had reeelved approxlraately IBMIa ln i luding hia aalary aboul Igfj ol the no queatlona preparael y th. manufacturera' law.^ia arereaaked tc day, and unleea there are aaora aquab blea tha Benatora exped to Ket tbrougfa with Mulhall by to-morrow nlght Bamui i Oompera, prealdent of the Araer lean '?'. deratlon of t...t>oi. |n the a .. numbcr ol The pederationallat,'' pub llahed to-daj ronflrma tba atorj ol Mul - ofTer Of bla lettera, and icfers to as thi "evtdenec ..f bla erooked 11*0." LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES in ia *\ 11',. anttaeptti pewOr f< r ihi fed l' makf? tijht nr aee aboea f'-',i aaey; glvea Inateni i ? f tha ertateai romfon ? tba aga Reli?\ aa oweli^n feei Hlaterr r?llou? an<1 n"r? ?P'.t? i la ., trtala relief for aweatlnj tlred. tea c t< ? ? itw*~. ? uea n ta n-.vik la ? . . h I ?rery?h?r? lic Dea t ae tltuta i"..' ntgg trlal i a>-u ? J ag . addreaa allea R Olmated, ly Roj, n. V.' MORTGAGES AT 5% THEY are the best invest ment in uncertaln tlmes llke these. We can supply investors with choice mortgages at 5% and glve them comfort and pcace of inirul besides. It ls an opportunity that careful men should embrace. TiTlE GUARANTeE AND TRUST C? Capltal .... $5,000,000 SurplUS (allearned) 11,000,000 17b fl'way. Bj. y. 175 Remsen ak, o'Mljm. 350 Fulton St.. Jamaica. NAME NEW TRADE ADVISER Charles M. Pepper Succeeded by W. B. Fleming. | n . TrlbUBI BUN .'? | I Washlngton. .Juiy 31?Announcenv-nt was made ?>; thi Btate Departmenl to-day of the retlrement of i liarlee m. ivpper as foi-eijrn trade advteer of that department ii,, is to i i by W B. Plemlng, a lawycr, of Loulaville, who is undergtood i i i c a Detao* rat. Tl,. ri t Of Mr Pepper removes from the Department of state another <">f .... vi'. rt advlaera gatherod by Seretary KnOX, Mr Pepper having bad a long ^ i" .- in thc Departmenl of .'omnier'e and Labor. it ls known, however, that Pepper la leaving the aervlce at hla OWn re.|iiesf He Is g.-nei all .'? rCCOgnhMJd thi government'i - I I expert on forelgn trade Mr. Plemlne/a quall ,,,,?<, f,,r | / f ? hnlcal pia e nre ii- t divulged. With the aeleetlon of Ifr, Plenalng the change In the olBce of trad-- advlaera of Department is now eomplete. Not |ong BgO Bvan Y-'ung. who had had experieme in the eonaular aervlce in the Neer Baet, aa chlef of the dlvkdon of Ee tern affalra in the department, Ifnleter to Beuador, ln ait of whlch placea v* made a apectal Btudy of trade rclatlona was removed to H. - l ,\ aa eonaul general, and waa aucceeded r: iberl !:? ??? ? .-.-,..? lated ? for many yeara in a aa - ipacity. CHANGE IN CROP REPORTS Agriruiltural Bureau to Econo mizc on Publications. i yj im iu ? '.?? "i in the intereet of : ? | thc gr< tl ? onfuaion mlnate puhlli a thlrtea bui i of the Department of t . ". haa aa> ? of i bllcal for the departrm T atlna hereto-1 peraedad by "The' ? for prlnt i i ? ? ? and by a d > ? ? Of hu'le. . puiar lani ??? foi ?->? lected and gem ral ..... ; journal ' wlll I ? a itlon. ' ? ? ? The Mi nthly ? . . to n |h hlm tbe lo.al ? ' ' ' ' Blven i the ;'ui llcatl wlll bc I I ??VVeekly ? BUI ?'?? : ?? ' -??,!,. ? Revlea and ' N modlflcal The - . utlclca - Parmera letini a ' M*' pu''"" ?" tordgn itatlatl ' ?' ? ?-? ARE JEWELLERS IN TRUST? National Association Seeks Sct tlemcnt of Question. u , ? ? The National Ae .-:,.r. of \S'!i. I Wlll I Igln -? -t-y Att ir ;??: a frlendly .lueal ti ether tha ee . ?? antl ? Tl ?? i '? partn ??? t of Juatlct j ?,i ? . ? tlon under Invi l | ? New tnately deelded thal the operal I i ' not . . ?.- the a.tute It ti ,. i thi coi dltlona m ? bc corri . ,'.-.' clt tlon Invoit ? tr ( reati aini on the na of in..' - Jewellera wll , ... |j|< : i bt r- itrli tlna alea thr ?? ime pUn , ii :? i .... ..,nt? TO unnni/ ninnri" pi After Hot Fight for Three Hours, Appropriations Com? mittee Wins by Four Votes. THEM OFFERS COMPROMISE Fitzgerald Promises to Oive "Serious Consideration" to Public Buildings Item in Deftciency Bill. iPrim 'l'l.. Trlbaaa Btsreeu ' BTaabington, Juiy It?After a battle of three boura in a chamher where the ther :nometer rejristered BbOVC M dcgreee, the House Democrata IncaUCUt to-da> narrow ly defratfd the demand <>f the "porfc bar rel" ccntinaent that the Appropriations Committee ahall provlde IMM.OM in the general deflciency bill for "tncraaacd llmit of eoel" on rartoua publlc bulldlnga. The , vote was gj to ?)! The "jiork harrel" fa< - i tlon Immedlatel) relsed ? > polnt of no quorunt, Whlch later resulted ln a "corn I promlee." Repreeentatlve <'u'i<>p, . f Indiana, apro ' poa ,,f the faot that the supervislns: an-ht I tect is a Republican, proteeted that "it is I time the admlnlatratlan was turninK tonx of theae Republtcana out and puttina; Demoi rata on guard " Mr. ?"uli..p *eemed conJIdent that if Democrata were "on guard" great economtea would reaull j The caucua was a aajually affair. and Ichatrman Pitagerald of the Appropria? tions Committee, made R-ood h!s threat to "bawl out" the memhera of the Pub? lic Bulldlnga Cbmhalttpe, whom he ac* cueed of trjrlng to run the Fltzgeraid ] committee. Th- ... II I BlMd OB a hot summer afternoon. acoordlng to Mr F)U gerald, waa an ahomtnatlon and showed mtti H "nenre" by the "p-.ik harrei" COfl> Fitzgerald Complaine. "We naanc eoaamltteea to do rertam work ln thts Uocse. and then It ttf pro . teii the commltteea what to .10. ,:?? c ime to inatruct the Appro prtatlona Committee, why atop thi ad Mr. FltigeraM "Why not uaurp the rlgbta ..f sii the eommlttei I Tha irate New Vork mcmbei aald that hia committee had nol completed rnatd I eratlon of th- general leBctency Wll, nor h ld it had time to fo Into the merlt - ? ? catlmatea madc f..r publlc bulldlnga and i addlttonal i mi loyea in tha Bupervhring ! .\r. hltect'a offlce. Mr. Clark, .'f Plorida, ehalrman of the Bulldlnga i lomn Itl movlng iptrl! behlnd tha audd l antered a atrong ple i for tl e "| ork bar t rei." He ptetured the Interrupted work ibltc bulldlnga In irartoua se tlona of the countri for whlch tl ?? tpi j had been .eahaueted. Mr. Clark was ; aq : | |) elc |U< nl In d? icrlbing the i | of thc Buperviatng Archite< l ? : whidi, h.- ihortband . | unabte to turn out plans If] atlona with the rapldlty 4e t , r....;,i.ers -.i* had obtalned eu thorli il ?? ? loi bull in k- in their dletrtet Placated by a Promiae. \\ hen th- frlends <>t the publlc bulM nt.r* d '. ? v only to check the i Indlng . ". . \ ? .. yote by m ikinK ? ... au to ad I . : i . adjoura I ?' ... ,,..-.,.. bualneaa wlthoul i :n. a wrai | ? I Ita re i. an i then Mr. Pttagi raid placated t "pork bar* ? | by promlali gtogtt aldi ratlon" to tha publlc bulldlnga item ln the general deflclency Mll Mr Flta gcrald alao aald aa opportunlty to amend tha Mll wouid he aJlowcd In tiie Houae Partlall) aatlafled, thc memhera ol the Public Bulldlnga Committee HKreM to a tru.-e and the caucua adj lurned MOTHEP. OF 10 ON LONG WALK Woman and Two Boys Loave City En Route to Minneapolis. Mra H B Cheeter, ol Mlddletown, and the mother of tea livlng ehlldren, atarted from tha ,-itv iuk ? eeterday i n a walk to Mlnneapolla She was aecompa nled b) two ol her t'oya. Cherlee, aged ? ? md Harry, aged fourteen ri , attei from Mayor < u> nor, aeylna thal ahe had left twe city Hell yee ,,. route for the Weetern ctt) Mrs. I'hester worc a broad brhnmed atraw hat and the ordtnary clothee of a farmer'a wlfe, wlth heevy aralklng ahoee. The boya were n huskv looklng palr Th? trl?> .-al-1 they had often t.ik.n lor.a walka together before, bul thla one araa the longCBt they had ever undertakon. They departed withnut oatentatlon, earrylng nelthei aiani itera GO TO Atlantic City SUNDAYS Aiiguirt 3, 17, 31, Septrmber 14 and 2t WEDNESDAYS \ujriist e, 20 "?"-"' $2.50Trip NrF/ltl. TRAIV UEAWfJg ?n Y"rk, P<>nns< ivanl* ftation 7 Bi A M Hu.lf.nn 'f-'-mlnal - 7 "fl a M teraey CKj - r.OJ a m Newart (Market Btreet) - 7.tt A M Rllzabeth - - 7.17 \ m \r?- Brunawic> - - - ft.ota m RgrrURNIiro, iva alleattc Chy "mpn Tlcketl good oniy nn Sr?<~ial Tra:n ln ?*fh <1!reetl"n Pennsylvania R. R. CROWNS CARNIVAL RULERS Long Branch Instals Kings and Queens for Festival. [By Telegrap-i to The. Trlhur.?.) Long Branch, N". J-. JmI>' si.?Two thou aand peraona att^nded the Broearway Theatre to-n!ght to wltnese the comnatloa of the kings and queens of the dolls and of the mldsummer rarnlval glven by the Chamber of Commerce. The pro gramm? meluded eolos, sketches frora Hiawatha." recitatlona, dances, etc. Ta!l gaan Mor?an. of orean Grove. waa la cbarge. Th" qtieen of the rarnlval was Mtss An nahel Ifarle Und, Of New Tork. who !? Vlalting Allenhnrat ?'he Wlll he kr.own a$ n Klizabeth V. There were fifteen la party. The klng *as I.angdon Morrls, of r>.ng Brnneh. Boa Of ex-Miyor B. Mor rla Tne queen of the dolla waa slx-year-old Bdwlna Taber; the klng was Gordon B'.d dle Mayor Bryant B. KeWOemb crowr.ed. all the rulen. The coronatlon hall WfJ be held Fridiy night, and the rarnlval oo A ;gis' :. to 16. The baby parade wlll ba Augtist 15. MOTORCYCLES KILL TWO Rider and Spectator at Road Race Hurled to Death. Watertown, N I. Juiy tt.?Two peigaaa ; were killed thla eventng ln an ar. durmg B motorcycle ra- e he!d ln .:onnee. tion with the "old home we"k" celebra* ; Bi Lawreni * Couaty. The dead nre I,uther tillbert, motorcycle rlder, and irv:r BartholooMW, a ape tor. i The raec was run through the ma.ri street of the vUlage. (Mlbert .md < harles Bbarpetetn, th" partleapanta were apeed* ing about Bfty mllea an hour whoa I Ibert'a machlne stru.-k ? croea walk a:.d hurled luni thirty feer ,-uong the road. kiillng him lnstantly. Baitholomew. who was watchtng the race. rushed into the roa.i to drag the fallen cychat out of the ? ? the other n-..i'"hine. Bharp l struek Ba l mew fuel aa he was at-out to llfl Oll* bert. so badly Injurlng hlm that he died ln a feu?s mlnutea. SZECHENYI SUIT DENIED No Action Contemplated by Sis ter, Says A. G. Vanderbilt. The report in yeaterday'a "La Parlalei " thal thi i .-'/? ihenyt youngeet daughter of the ? 'orni . ' J.--rbsit, w... - .-. .? ? for dl n vlgoroualy denled ?? ? dey afti ' rotlM r, when s,-en al thi n. N, J. I I of thi , koraeman wai Bupported by peraona faml'mr wll ;..T.iir-i ol th" c mr.t and COUnl Bugene N Bobtneon, of N . way, ? unl Sz- chenj I'a v ? i ev. .: aeti the rumor of -.. aa herdll) worth dla Mi Bobl ?ui d the reporta thal thi I raa Ifl nnanclal troubli t.< r "f h had turni I oui i nu:? ? ? | t. ntlon to the fa t thal al: I aionir thla llne had come fr m tor waa that I ? -1 lo| tlng und< ? . - credll hlm H" aald hc would v I " Buroi ? oi Baturday end n , ? i \i n rla < 'ukor, ol So M Park R i ,: n haa handled aome of thi matti ra, laid tl <t the Balk in i l mlahl poeall ly have affected i holdtngi WOMEN BARRED AS JURORS. , By Teteai -. Bprlngneld, III.. Jnly tt.?Tha atter* ney Oeneral of Ulinois ln an 0| livcred to-day holde that women ? ?nnot i ln thla al ite [naan women ol Illlnola ha* i ? en en fraju hlaed, the de< lalon i amc : ?urpriae to advocatee of equal - III OPENS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2d j Ladie? Admilted Free Until 12 o'CIock (Noon) GRAND BABY SHOW 12 O'CLOCK Qreater New York Fair &xt/ and Exposition EMPIRE CITY PARK (Yonkers) RACES-HIPPODROME-MIDWAY SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS Big Programs Day and Night 1200 HEAD LIVE STOCK-BLUE R1BBON WINNERS 2000 ENTRIES POULTRY AND PET STOCK AGRICUL1IRE?WOMAN'S WORK?FRL'ITS AND FLOWERS Take Subway to 207th, via Jerome Ave. Trolley Take 6th or 9th Ave. L to 155th, via Jerome Ave. Trolley N. Y. Central to Yonkera or Mt. Vernon, via Trolley To Entrance of Fair Grounds Automobile Routes: Up Broadway, via McLean and Midland Ave.; up Concoufse, vta Jerome Ave.