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REASSURE BANKERS Secretary Says Their Fears of Currency Bill Are Groundless. SEES NO REASON TO WITHHOLD CREDITS Administration Declares Apparent Slump in Buslness Due to Misnnderstanding. ?-, Tba TrlbuB* Buraan 1 W/Oi ' Bi bai Ing that the bankers of Ihe co intry ara si Ung from a mlatak.n point of view Ifl wlthholdlnjr, credlt and pllbag up tbeir reserves to meet thi requlrementa of ihe propoaed eurreni y law, Becretary McAdoe laaued a atatenient to-nlghl doclartog, in effect, that BUCl S'io indleSfl and that the Treaaury Departmenl atoada ready to a;,i the banka in niakinK the neceaaary t hanges. There Is llttle douhl lhal ndmlnlstrittlon leadets ; ed tO BOme ex'ent, nt least. over the npparent slump ln busi ness. whlch is BttrlbUted by them to a BUBunderatandlng bj national b.mk ers of th.. | : of tiie adminls tratlon currency blll and a BOardlng "f res=erves in order t,, cocnply wltb 'be re serve reouirenients of the proposed cur reney Byatem. This siiinn ih largely te aponsibl.. f,,r the adoption of tha radlcal pariiamentaiy programma by lha Demo rratlc caucus , ,-?? t>, pass the blll b< fore Chrlati : Secretary McAdoo said that tha trane fera of capital and reservs t,, th" fed? eral reaerve baaka could ba sccomp wlth llttla or no lnconvenlence to the banks and to general bualneaa and that the Treaaury had large avallabla aooroea at its comand whlch he would not healtsta t" uaa ln aaslatlng t:.,- banks to con-p ly wltb the iaw if Bocesaary. He al?o ca'.led attentlon to tba fai t tbai the banks bsd called upon the Treaaury for only BiMl.080 f.>r erop moving purp and that he would eonsider favorably and on its merits the appUcatlon of any bank for an extenslon for thirty ilr - ol the tlme durins whlck theae loana wera , able. Mr. McAdoo'a Statement. Th? atatemenl laaued from the Treasny I?4?pnrtm> nt f>.. "Benator Pomerena lo-day eem to the Becretarj rt letter ftom a promlnent man nfacturer ln Oblo, in whlch he aaya: "'It has. of COUraa, beea QUjtO as ap? parent to you ? o are trylag te manufscture snd market com modlties that dUting the laal BUl and fall I , all llr.es baa conslderably 1n I l ?? the dlBDO Bitlon on the part of many lankers to refuse to handle commercial paper in an> thlr.ar near the usual volume. avefl when, accordinK to nl! Indlcatli I nda were avallabla.' "A prominent note broker advlsed tbe mai facturer as folk '?The large banka In the Large cltlea bai e noi g any papi r Mareh, and i ave idvli tbeii nt: i corraspoadanta to make themaelvea j :st aa llquld a atay s... ln order to meet the provisions of the Mll, Iri con aaqoaw <-. wa ai it a stami etlll.' "The Becretary said ih il Bimllar com p'.aints had come to blm from othi r parta of the country, ai.d thal ll tbe banka ate reetrbtinK eredlta to tbe extent Indlcated, on the ground that it ls ? to ? i. able them t,> meel tl ?? req ilrementa of the pendlnir eurreni y 1111, they are BCtlng from a wholl) mlataken point of view, Ready to Aid Banka. "The -- ?? ? eapn bbi d Um i ? that the n?w law will impose no hardsh'.ps on the banks, Bnd that tho trsnsfera ,f capital ani reeervea to the proposed fed? eral rescrve banks will be BCCOmpllabad with llttle or no lnconvenlence to the banks nnd to general buslness. The S. ri tary Baid that the T.-casury DapajtBaenl had large svallable reaourcea at its com mand; that be ahould not bealtatc I i uae them for the purposa of aiding ti,.- banka to coraply with the new Law, snd that, la hia oplalOO, the banks COUld with ; safety pto.ee.I with the gianUng of ac "ommodations t., tbeir cuatomera in the norn-.nl ani uaual way, "The Becretary siil that he did not, of rmirse, assnme to adVUM the bnnks h< only wanted them and tba bualneaa public fo know thal there is no gronnd for ap prehenslon. and that the attltude of the Treasury Departmenl ls to be helpful, and that he thought ;r could ba attectlvely helpful. He .said that lf any banks are laborlng undi r tin- Impreaatofl that tbe new law wiii Beceaaltatc "r occaalos a reatrlction of credlte, tbey me coatrolled by *rror, ;is ra, BUCb thing will result. "The Becretary atated that up to date the lanks bad called upofl the Tri for nn'v 884,881,808 f"r erop BBOvIng pur poses ; that these depOSitS w.re, n:. 1,-r the arrangim< nts, t" ba rtt arnad ln four In Btalments, beglnnlng December l.', and endlnaj Msrch I. ?The Becretary said tbat h*? wmild con aider lavorably ani upon Its merita tha nppltration of am' BStlonsl batik holdlng i rop mo-.tng depoelta for a poatponenii nt for thirty days of the UflM f"r beglnnlng r^pa\ments, so thal payflaenta bmj cesa menre on January 18, I81t, Inatead of on Perember 1". next, as now , Republicans Blame Tariff Alao. RepubUean leadera <io boI coni ur an tlrely ln the view of ti.'. DasBocrata that buslness laaetlvlty is aatlrely due te tha eurrenc) M Boraa of them say that the readiustment necer-sltated by the tarlfl bill ls ti eontrlbUtory ranse. and that ttM iinrertalnty over the leglaLatlva pro gramme for the fortbcomlng regular aee slon has much to <h> with it. The movemenl to preven! goverameBl ofBctala from making nse of the knewl edge r-'aine.i while* handllng the govern flnancee by takinn promlnent poal tlona In the banklng world at tha eoa . : -ioti of their terjnfl found much BUP ji.rt in the Democratic caucua to-day ln the (onsidiratliii of the rurretn y bill. icua api earad t.. be sti ongly la favor of the prohlbttton <>r membera of the Fi dei Reserve Ekmrd fi ora a< aa wlth u prlvate banklng Inatltu tion wlthtn two yeara aftei tbe esplra tlon or their tertna of oJHi ?? Tha plan of the Hltchcock faetloa of the Banklng aad Currency Committee fo* . arsntee ..f bank depoalta was slso ?i .1 .it length by the i aucus. The paragraph allowlng national banks to act as executora ami admlnlatraton waa referred back te tha committee, to ba drawn ao that it would nol eonfHct with i he lan s <>f varloua Btati Regional Banks Left Open. ? j i.-stlon of the nuniber of rearloaal reserve banka to he created has beea left open, aad probably wlll ba takea up to morroa for settlement The Gfaorgta B< a ators insist that if the Bouth is to have a regkmal bank lt shouid be located Ib Atlanta. while pragraaa was glow ta-day, the leaders were satisfle. thal the Owen draft of the hlll flnally would be adapted arlth t.ut few rbangee The q awtloo ot blnd ing the Democrata to aupporl tha con? ference bill as a party measure baa BOl yet been taken up, b.it lt is expected that h b-odlag reaolutloa arlll be preeented after the bill has been COmpleted. .. aa Beaatora probably arlll not take up the currency Mll aa a party Leadera aald to-day that they i ...i no i '..n- for a RepubUcan confer? ence, an.i dedared thelr efforta t.. amend the bi.l would he noiade on the floor, wltta oul regard to anj agreemenl tbe Demo? crata ma] reacb to unanlmo inly support the Owen bill. Xhe . defeated to-nlghl a pro posal to broaden the re-ernption features of the bill so that the propoeed Treaaury notea would be redeemable al the Unlted Btatea rreaaury In "lawful money." The committee recomniended thal the flnal re demptlon be llmlted atrlctty to gold, and thla peaitiou was uphald by tba eonfer s aoa agn ad to permlta ii note to he redeemable la either goM or "lawful money" al the regleaal banks, but ln gold only at tha Treasury. a cbanga vvas agreed to ln the form of the Owea Wll whlch WOUld make the new Tressiry notea acceptaWe for tba pay? ment of euatoms dutles. MODIFY INCOME TAX RULES (Officials Issue Simpler Orders to Aid Bankers. .- B n : Waahbigton, Nov H Thn Issued by the Treaaui I ??. u 'ment to-dsy modlfylng the regJlatlona relal to the COllectlOa Of the Ineome tax OB : i. inds or other obhgatlona of c.r;...ra tlons. nr.e ordfr extende th? tlme ln . agenta may flle the lem iporary certlflcate. form 199, when It i n ,-i-.-..] from a f ? ntry, from November If, 1919, to ? The second order walvea untll March :;!. 1914, the Treaaurj raq ilreaaeata for fllllng In oa eerttfleatea ti.e numbera of bond* of < orporations upon the lntereat from whlch the norrral ln. lOUM taa af I . . ed to educted at tbe The third order permlts the gubatltUtlon, under certaln rondltlona, of tbe eertlfl catea of banka, hrnkera aad other eotlect ? _- ageadea, for the certlflcatea of own .-: - requlred to be atte.hed ta lntereat when preeented for collectlon. 1 i,e regulatlona eomprlaed in th? third t wlll i.'.. far, lt ls belleved, to ob I vlate tbe dlfflcultlea ei tered by the bankers und.i t!.<- regulatlona bow In fori s _ DEER CHASES CHILDREN Oareful Jerseyman Therefore | Asks if He May Shoot It. (!'"?? .arraaaeei i Hackensack, N. .1 , No'.. tt John Jaek 8 farmer, of Mal.vvah, six tnlles f: .,n, kenaaok, whose lan.i adjolna th. Havemeyer e.-tat.-, on th.- edge of tbe Raxnapo Mountalna, has arrltten to tbe deputy game warden aaklng whal can be done to a wlid <leer that bvslsts on cbae I elilldr.-n "My place ls near the former deer pre .-er\.- of th.- Haveeaeyera, an.i tins buck, n.< d.c.ht, is aaa of th.- buneh lhal es <ap?d to the Ramapo Mountalna s..m. tlma a^o." wrlt.-s Ja. kson "lt has got so that i am afraM t., let my boya ?.'?. into th.- woods near by. for this deer has ckaaed them several time- i don t wanl to shoot ti..- deer for fear ..f getting Hit.. trouble erlth ihe authorltlea i may have to aboot thla aervy follow, however, ln i ? i defence Can you give me some Informatlon?" 'ihe daputy wlll r.-port to the BtBte Flsh and Qaroe Oommtserlon, at Trenton, f..r the case ll a BOW OtM to h ni Montessori Lecture Popular. Tlcketa for the lecture ..: Dr. Marla Monteaaorl, at Carnegle Hall, Monday, December i, w>tp reported iaM nlghi to be ^.?llm^? beyond the expectatlona of the ? ..n.mitt.e in eharge Miss Margaret Kiiioit. a taacher ,.f vVllkes-Barre, I'.-nn . wrot^ in ssklng f..r reservatlona for tha Phlladelphla lecture f..r a ho.aj*. here wh.. are going lo PhlUdeT phla t.i ii..-.' in. Monteaaorl, thal her slster h. Qalveston, Tex., had ?ir.-.i to ng for th.- d.it- ?.f th.- i 'in. ago lecture, saylng thal she Intended to go from Qalveston there to beai the Ital UNTIL YOU HEAR THE BEHNING you can have no adequate conception of tKe possi bilities of tKe Piayer. Wi4i tKe BEHNING PLAYER PIANO "Sufrtme BB Muu.a! Rtsulti" you may play dassical selections in a manner tKat will excite tKe admiration of tKe accomplisKed musician. To tKe ligKter musical forms tKe BeKn ing lertds unsuspected cKarm. It is tKe one perfect Piayer Piano. BEHNING PIANO CO. 425 5fK A-venue Entrance on 38tK St. Also Anderaon *i Co., Ine.. Ml Fulton Street, Brooklyn. N. V. HIGH FOOD PRICES VEX DEMOCRATS Will Try to Show Trusts Not Tariff, to Blame for Them. FOUR-CORNERED INQUIRY PLANNED Cold Storage Men and Packers Are To Be Storm Centres of Investigation. i Th?. Trfbuaa Boreau - Waahlngton, Nov. H. -Ifovsd by public clamor and public erltlclsm, Dsaaoerata or the House aro prepsrlng to lnnnrh ln Balf defence an Invsstlgstl.if Ihe hlgb cost of living and to fix the responstMlity therefor. Their plana pn.vide that two i!ou>-e commltteea Bball lenin ?o:k be? fore the t oi! laya and whlle tbe in,| ilr? is ii-,t acheduled as a partlssn ena Dem ocrnta aill si ek to aboolva lf po'Sil,.. it.e new tariff fioin anv blame for tha . ondltlon of tha mai i.< I The attack of Reprssentattve AuaUn, a Tenneeaee Republlcsa upon the Inef feetlvenesa of the Detnocratte tarlfl laa lo meetlng Ibe cost of llvlng problem baa Bjoaded membera af ihe majorlty le a< tion. nnd they intend tO show. lf pos alble, thnt the truata an- to blame Two of tba executive branchea of the govera ment, the Department of Agi the Departmenl ef Justice, sre InveetJ istlng the causo of hlgb prlcea snd a four-cornered Inqulry will be itarted aoon after the regular aesaion convenea The Uouss ''ommlttee on Interstate and Poralgn Canimarca arlll devote Ita ener i;...~ t,i determlnlng whether cold atorage prcd ?? :s held indenntti ly t" f<"< a prli ea Bball be admlttad to li ta commerce The .1 dleiary ConMBlttoe, hsvlng svalbtbls a trust i;..r;',rv fund ol 128,098, will conducl i.eaii:.i--s on the truaf quettlcn ln i-enei., . bul 1 I Ki\e apeclal attentlon to tin- beef trust Bl ?' leged reaponelbUlty foi ? * - 1 Ol lltllth. Lookmg After PncUerB. Reprsssntatlve Klakesd, "f New Jeraey, - complllng aata to ia\ before ibe J ? ? ary '',,inin.it.. < ernlng ths 1 rra ' omblna He bellevi - tbi ?1 tist is obtalnlng a atroi 1 , m;i a latralta snd nslata 1 ihe ib.use commltti ? '1 i>1ng the tion for ant. truat l< devi i>- .1 great di al ? ? Ume l 1 I i Bth ? th? < ? 1: atii ? '??' '? ? ffs whlch a:.' 1 ?' bBSBd dally I . lha Bvcrage worklngmsa 'i ..? Department <>r Juatlea II a to-dsy, was !. ..-..-.. many lettera from .,;; ti, tlona of lha eouatrj offei | ? deni ?? ??? ' ' ? ' Beveral of th.- letti ra allegi I t tha 11.. .lt l! ? ' ' ' ' li i, . - Of BggS and thSt ? ? t .i?t Is a BOrt <?: to tbe meat < oml Repreaeatatlve MeKellar, a Tenaeasee ?t. w in. has pandlns h biU t" bai from Interatate , ommeri ? pr i I ., . - l< ? n ln , old BtOfSge f.,r u. nlnety da - laaerted ?????!?? - il :..,,.-1 v ? a for tiie prevall ' ? Ilr lli ' ? cona iltlng the Been ' I ? .i i .- utoi ? ? ';.:.. r,.| and ? i . t.i ta t,, la before tha i !?? lae commlttei "We have learned lhal ???'? p.?al of the egga ln < I al I there by the pork packers," he aald "We bave i,. .-n unable t,, ?;<-? any Information rr.,m the paekera, but there la a '.4.. ? . .?? tins Information, if ??? bava t,, Bubpcena aome "f 1 he ; ,-? kerfl 11 foi ? a Congn 1 on .,: Inqulry. There la a communlty of li.t.ies', bb ?Ai 11 as b ,'inii ?'t of action, among prac tlcally all the blg ?? 1 1 We Intend te ael these facta The Inveatl gal ona now under wsj will eatsbliati tl . ni Tbey will be made the basia "f a new blll that will go t.i tbe bottom of the ,, estton The btn 1 Introduced ln Con< fi-4- 11 foa iia\s ago Bzlng a penslty for atoi Ing food pn ducta moi a tha n 1 daya la hiat a atartei It doaa aol )??' nearly so fai aa the Bnal Mll will go." Housewives Write Lettera. I.ettera and telegrams poUTBd 1 ri t,, ,1a fnim aii parta of tha country, from Indl viduais, aasodatlona of vsrloaa kimis and f;,,:n bualneaa men. pralalns Ibe depart uiint's effoit to break blgfa f,,,.,i piicea b] i,in.asadlaga agalnat tba alleaed comblna tion of cold atorage di alera. Inten al ln Ittoi n. y i lenei ..i IfcRe) noida'a di tion that a aweeplng InvestJgatlon would be made of the alleged comblnstlon, and that if rlolatlona of tba pure f,?,i ?, t were dlaclesad proaecutlona could ba lOOksd f"r appatentli In graater than ln .u. move ti,.- d.-paitiio-nt baa mada ln a long tlme Housewlvea who aay they hsva fe t iba oppreestve hand ?.r high t rit-.s in many aaya wrote telllng of their ladlvtd ? i periencea snd beada ol organlaatlona whlch bave taken an active part ln try> ing to mll,,.. the living cost wara anxloua i" tall what they knes Many of tbe lettera contalned aci . atlona 'agalnat tba paekera of Chleago and eharged them wlth reaponslbHltj .i Btorage 111 i Othera blamed tba mlddleraea, bul there were few lettera whlcb did not exprasa tbe convlctloB that the campalsn would dlecloee aome s,,it >,f nation wid?.p eration whlch could i"- reached bj the de t'lii i ment, CORNER IN_POTATOES NEXT Houston Told Speculators Are Buying J. S. Crop. Washlngton, Noi H \ \?w phssa of tha coal ol living problem was broughl to the attentlon of tin Department of Agrteultura to-day by T. P. 0111, aacie taiy of the lllsh I'.mid of AgrlCUltUrO ii.? told Becretary MoustOB tbai apec ulatora in ihe larn- cltlea of the Unltsd States weie buybtg .lp llils years shoit American potato crop to hold It for hlgh prleaa, COUatJag upon the quarantino against potatoes from many forelgn countrles to ald thSBB ln tbeir under taklr.g. Mr. "Illl ls here to urge the removal of the embarRo on potatoea from his ,oun try. He Insists that the powder] found ob potatoea tmported from ireland ls BO ca.se for a nuiirantine, becaBSa B flinllar blemlsh Is commori ln the I'nited tftstes. and aa>s that contlnuance of the tmbargo will contrlbute to tbe growlng cost of llvlng. RAILROADS JOLLED 2,535 Injured 49,911 in 3 Months? Accidents Increase. Waahington, NOV. ? The Jnfersfate Commerce Comntlaadon'a aeddanl bulletla, laaued to-day f'.r th* quarter ended June M, 1919, ahowa thal ?? eomparad with the correspondlng cjuarter af I9IJ there waa a total mcreaae of no In tbe Bumber ot persons killed and of MH Ib the number Injured In rallroad acddeata of "? ki"lls in the Unlted Btatea There araa an hv crease of IM ln the ni Bahet of train ac ddenta i..-',-. ri-.e roadway aad defectlve equip m< al togettH r cauaad BBora thaa M per cenl or all deiallraeata reported, U.1 per Cenl being cauaad by brok.-n rallfl. Th.. total aumber of eaeualtlea in nli claaaea of acddeata taddeal to rallread big durlng tbe auarter araa IH killed and 4ii.'>;i Injured Theaa totala Z.M kOled ?i,.i u --1 injured Include accldeats to employes while al work, to paaeengera getting on or off caia and ta Iragpaaaara The total number of caallaioiui aad _?? rallmente reported for the quarter was _JM Th.- flnandal damage cauaad by t'1*-1 aci Identa was t3.2_-.-9S WOULD LET UP ON ROADS Samuel Untermyer Tells How to Restore Confidence. Bpringfteld, Maaa., Nov. tt?Tbe ttm* I ea come, in the opinion of Samuel I'nter a ho was chlef counael for tha Pujo rommlttee Inveatlgatlng the "money trust." t.. restore confidence ln the Indus triea of the Unlted Btatea, including the rallroada. How- this could ba ae-om pllshed h? outllned to-nlghl In a spaech h. for.- the Bconomle Club b< re Mr Untermyer argued thal a i!alt ihot Id i >' called on furtber BDveraraaatal Investlgatlons Into pasl crlmea tn the looting of corporations; that the siat<> ahould be aiped rlean, and the work of re? rramlng and Btrengthenlng tha laws to make Imposslble rapetltlaaa of prevloua ? ea shouid be begua, v> th ?? general amneety to pasl offendera nol yel appre l ?nded .. currei cy IIII bow peadlng In the Benate ahould he paased, Mr. I nti held. ii-- would give the rallroada HvlBg I rates; sbollsh flscal sgendea, se called, "votlng trusta" and Interlocklng i torstes; make it a erlmlnal oflfence for any offlcer or dlractor of a corporatlon to borrow from or make a profll oul of bla corperstlon; destroy holdlng compaales; [give minority stockholders leproeentatien I in .!???:?? and place rallro id n b> gaiilaat ler the control of tha Inter .. . lommlaolon and of the ? Mr Untermyer aaM he wauM roeapel oxi bangea, so thal the f thi Irtai n ? ra mlghl be t to i ' i. ? LOST PROFESSOR SUICIDE Former Harvard Faculty Mcm ber's Body Found in Woods. l.-Thi Alfred r of Oernaaa ? ? ? ' ? | Death araa ? * .'. I for al lember ? he . -- ras 1 ? ? ii bi ia cei . :.. ii *!',..rt thn* Poi twelve yeara be a a.s a member of Ihe '.i '.:ti WORDS FAIL THAW ONCE ThankifiTing Away from "Lu natics" so Different. : I ?? ' ? -.??I. N ii . '? ' -i being aeked to for hl rtews oa the llng Thankaglvlng aa be dld yee ? ::?!?: li us he .IM s year ago at Matti -? ?? Hoapltal, Harry K Thaw aald , ? ?..?! . uMlBg 1 I g wl s frlenda aad paaalag i' i - ?.. sxtjn me i am unable to i ul ;' Into word* " ? flled in Ihe I 'nlte i Btatea I to da) hli anaa er to the petltlon of the Btate oi Near \.-rk for hle return I Btati '.'"? ' ; v. us in aceordani e ? ?? pi ngramme agri d upon bj ... .11 and .nai i <.n Novi ml >-r l* The nesl move wiu i..- the tiiir.*; of brlefe bj the at ? rnt-ys. SPIRIT EVIDENCE IN MURDER TRIAL Counsel for Helene Knabe's Al letfed Slayer Tests Venire men's F7aith in Ft. Bl etbyrllla, tn?i . Ni r, ML Oul or thlrt) one venlremen examlned up t.. tne ho.ir of adjournmenl to-nlghl twelve ... .1 aol t"- obtalned aatlafactory to both sldt s for th.- trlal of Dr. William ii. Cralg, of Indlanapolla, charged wlth thi murdei of Di Helene Knabe. The ex iininatioti of renlremen wiu be eaatloued to-morrow mornlng Blgniflcance waa attached by some lo thla quoBtlon aske.i by Henry N. Bpaan, ..f eaanael for the .-.-:. n B "WouM rou have any faltk In evldence obtalned tbrougb -tplrttuailaaBt" Tbe havarlabla answer w.,s "\o." Tbe line >.i questlonlng appeared te in .11. at.. that the Btate would endeavoi te bulld ne Bti 111 .1 ?? of Ita cai.n a fo ." datlon ot compromkdng drcuraataaeea, which the dUfenee w.mid attempl to de Btroy 1.' having Dr. Cralg ge aa tbe stun.i and explaln, leavtafl the nsanner or Dr, Knabe'a death Bbrauded la myatery. Tbere waa every Indlcatloa thal the ?" . -.. 1.: maii tn ami bla lawyera would Bupporl strongly the police tbaarf of b_8> . |de Nothlng in the dajra dirvelapments n.t mltl.-il B iloui.t lhal Harry 1'. W< bst.-r, tbe private detectlve who worked up the .,.,, beball of tbe Indlanapolls Coun . ? Women, wo iM ba tbe prlm Ipal vvit ',,, ti,,- proescutlOB i>r Cralg remalned al llberty to-algkt 1.1,11. tne li.'.(>"' bond which ba farntahed when be was arrested. Tlura-ajhaat a Uieaocae day he sat beelde bda fourtaoa vear-old daughter. GATES A TEXAN, SHE SAYS Widow Resists Minnesota T?.x Claim of $500,000. Mlnnaapalla, Nav. B a eaaa la deter mlne tbe kajal reeleaaaaa af the late Charlea iJ. Gates arid whether Minnesota or Texaa shall roll,-.-t the Inherltance tax was begUB ln probate eourt to-day. William J. Kteven*. as.alatant Btate at tarnay general. flled a petltlon to probate the wlll, aneertlna thal Mr. Qatea'a home was ln Mliiiicapolls. I.ater Frnnk T. Cor rlaton, represenUng Mrs. Qatea and other helra, flled a copy of the arlll and ? petl? tlon with the court iioth Mr. Corriaton'a and ihe Btate'a a.-tions wiu be heard on Januarj v Mrs. ilates'* petitinn dedared that ber hiiHhand* legal restdence was at I'ort Arthur. Tex. The helra' eatlmate of the Minnesota portlon of the estate ta J>'X)((XK). BORDEN PLEADS FOR CLOSE TIES Premier Urges More Inti mate Relations Between Canada and U. S. VVANTS PUBLIC MEN IN PERSONAL TOUCH Visitor Aleets Presldent and Dis cusses Cost of Living with High Officials. ? Preta The THbuasi Borcaa I Waahlngtoa Kor. K <'ioso parsonai relations between tho public men of tbe Unlted Btatea and Canada are urged by the Premler of Canada Robert i- Bor> ibn. wbo arrlved ln Washlngton to-day, Brmmnanled by Mrs. Ilorden. from Hot Sprlngs, Va.. where he had been spend Ing a inonth'B vacatlon The f'atiii'Min PratalaV was presented to thei Presldent this afternoon l?y rhe Boe retary "f Btata wbo was boat at a din? ner t.i-nii7lit ln honor of the vlsltor. The Becretary <>f the interlor, Fraaklln K. i.an.'. iiivi, a luncheon for Mr Borden this afternoon at tho Unlveisity Club, membera <,f th- Cablnel belng tbe prin? cipal gueata one of th.- subierts dlaeua ed by Prs mi<r Bordan with th- adminlatratlon of Ilrl.-ils was th- "hlgh COSt (?? Ilvinn" ln the Unlted Btatea and Canads He as* s,.!t. .i tbst ha ta.k"! aboul no public questlona with th" Prealdent, but it !* known ihst ha ahowed mueh Intereal in i i.j converaai na i th i ? ? ??? '? ? vt tha ? 'ablnet ln the ati i ? prop ?? ? d to b" taken by this governmenl to raduoa tne cost Of living. Reticent on Reciprocity. Mr Bordi n d.?- llned to dlacuss for p ib .. s be has for tbn ,. of tho two countrlaa bl I - ? . ma enl on the p, Balblllty Of a v I '-w.il "f BegOtlStli brtng al tui a rsclproi il ai ? be iiv," n the i'nited Btatea and Cana Neverth leaa, Mr. Borden atnpbaslaad In a torn .,'??? . nt to Tl - Tribune the practl ? Intlmate perao tal offlcial atwei n tba ofllcial i ' ti;.. two ' ounti k i ? m- ?,. lt m V'lrglnla bsa beei :. Csi adlsn Pren .... i.. and coui tee ia Im Ita tlona of thi : Ihe tlaaat ? ta i llon l t publle men ,.., well l ' a ? nii.ith' r lt |a ' ; ' . ? ? :' , ,1 ' ' leiattona I atwi ? n tbe ta To that and u la lm? int that i f each intry il \i i* point of tbe othi r ' rin belng I the I Igh coal of ad thal i\ thi ? . Um de f the < < rnment bad m.> tlgstlon J,,t. bttl :? ' ' Bll '"'?:!.I b" BA ' ? Mi i i ' . t ? i v uaed from ment, s- t be had beea aa a ball t .?,-,? rtii tba factfl an 11 t all ? ? ? ? - ient Guests of Bntiah Amb.isaador. ind Mra Borden w< . ta of the ... ??. v. lahtngtoa Th y lefl to-nlght for ' the Pn mler, tba r ursrs' nt the Untverall ? flub luni h< l ' ? were -. retary Bryan of the Btata Department, Poatmsster Oeneral Burleaon, Benator Bacon, John Bai aett M ? Uor of Iment; Secn tarj Houaton of tbe Department of Agrlculture, Becra tai y n> dr.. Id ol the Departmi f of Com mai ?. < h.u ii s ii. n. j Butler, of thi Bu i :. me Court . Bi aator l lalllnger and Charlee J. Bell, a Washlngton banker. Queata al tha dlnner given i Becreta and Mrs Bryan t,, nlght were tha French ,| ,r ani Mme. Juaaersnd, the Oerman Ambaaaador and Counteaa von Bernatorff, Ladr Bprlng Rlca the Mlnlater of Coats Rlca snd Mme. Calvo, the Mtn ister of Norwsy and Mme. Bryn, th.> Chlef Justice of tba Bupreme Ceuti nnd Mrs w'liit*-. the Be< retary of the Interlor and Min i.ane, Juatlea tfughea snd Mra. rlugbea, Benator Baoon, Benator nnd Mrs. Newlanda, Benator and Mrs. BUtherland, Representstlve and Mra Osoper, the Counaellor of the Brltlah Bmbaasy nnd Mra, Barclay, Mr and Ifra Henry White, .lis. .I.l.n 11.i'. and Miss Mab.l Hi'.ird man TOO ROUGH TO DROP PILOT Lusitania, Therefore, Brings Him Here from England. Tha I'lnard llnsr Luattanta, now under permanenl command of CaptalB DavM DoWi formerly of tha Caronla arrlved i,. i- ? tei day after an szci ptlonally fast trlp through unusually rought westher. From tha tlme the Lualtanla left Queenatown until shw arrlved ln i"it yeaterday she had bad weather. A full gale was blowlng irhen she cleared tha Rogllafa coast ea aaturdarf and Oeorga T. Cotllna her Uverpool piiot, could not ba aenl aahore Cotllna came over on the reeeel, much to dellght "f captaln Dow, who baiis from Dundalk, near the home of tin piiot. Captaln Cbaula*), formerly of tha Luat? tanta. Will SOOB COmpleta bla BBSeial work for laa Brltlah Board of Trade, and wiu taka command of tha Mauretania, Cap tain Turner, ber presi nt comnuuider, be mg ordered aahore to dlreet the bnal work on tha new Cunarder Aaultaaua, which b" arlll bting t" New fork on her maiden paaaage, next Bummer. Captaln Dow, known among the aklppar fiatetnlty as "l'add>" How, was ln com? mand of the Maiin taala for on.- trlp over s year ago when ahe lowsred th.< world'a westward IranasUantle record, Biahlng the Journey from Haunt's Roefe lo aWUtdy Booh l.lghtshlp ta 4 days 10 liouis nnd 41 tnlnit'-s. Says Life Isn't Worth $20,000. Washlngton, Nov. 28 ?t'ontendlng that |20,'<x) Is too much for the life of a ],,,-o motive aagtaaar, the Bouthern Rallway ompany to-,iav BPPSalad to the Supreme 'onrt of the i'nited States to rOVSrse tha Siipr-me Court of South 1'arollnn, Whlch iwarded that auni to the wldow Of an en ?ln? drlver who waa kiiled when bla train laahed Into a burnlng trestlo near Alston, 9. C, on August 29, 1911. FISH WINS $30^000 SUIT Needn't Pay Lawyers?Ditten hoefer's Last Case. Stuyvesant Flsh wlll not have to pay tha $30,000 for professlonal aervdces aued for by Maxwell Bdgar and Osslan Cam eron, Chlcago lawyers. A Jury ln the Su? preme t'ourt hrought In a verdlet yester day ln favor of Mr. Flsh. Tba lawyers su.-d for nlleged aervlces r-nd.-r.-d to Mr. Flsh In his stockholder's BUlt against the dlrectora of the Illlnols Central llnllmad after he qult the pr.-si deocy of tho corporatlon. Mr. Flsh daaled that he ha.l engaged the lawyers for the ?arvlcaa. Former Judge A. J. Plttenhoefcr made thw atinouncement durlng his eummlng up for Edgar & C-U-wroa that it would probably ba the laat cas? in which he would njipear ln court. The former Jurl*t ?add that he was ln his s.-yenty-elghth year an.i that lt was against tho advlee of his family, phvshlan and office assocl af'-.s that he appeared In the case. HAVEMEYER's'wiLL UPSET Son Gets Estate, Though He Expressly Forbade It. Jam.s Havemeyer, non of the late May? or WIllLnm F. Havemeyer and a member of the family of BUgSUr r.-llners, left an es? tate valued by the State Transfer Tax Ap pralaer at tUJAJL Mr. Havemeyer died AugUBt 18. 1912. The entlro estate of Mr. Havemeyer arenl to his son, J. Cralg Havemeyer. The appralsal showed depoelta of 112,-..".; peraoaaJ effeeta, Ji.-Oi; Lntereat in the .state of his wife, JlCo. and a s*at on th" Consolldated Btock Bschange. It was the Intentlon of Mr. Havemever that no rhlld . r hla shouid recelve any pait of his es ,,,-,, f-.- he wrote ln hts will. eXOOUted Ir. 19H "1 hereby expresely daclara thal II !c my Intentlon not to *jlve any portlon of my . -.-.. to a- v chlld of mlne pOW livlng or hereafter to bo horn " ?-?? Entertalns Historians. Profeesor rVIUlam A. Duaalng, of ."olumhla Unlveralty, tba president of t.. American Historhai AaaoCtatiOB. c;i\" a dlnner laat evening at the Metro* polttan i'I"-!', at whlch th- following were I i. ??? nt: Admiral Alfred T Mahai:. ( i.arles Pranda .dame and Jamea I ord Rbodea, Foston: .roh.ti Harh M. Mast.-r, Bdward i.,t<-i Cheyney and Profeeeor Hannaa \m.-s. PbtLadelphla; Prederlck J Robert M John--on and Cbarles II. Ilasklns. Harvard Cnlvcrrtlly; QaOTge H. A.lams and Max Farran.l, Vale, Will? iam M Bloane, James 11 Ri Henry Jobnaoi aad Carlton Hayee, Columbia; Jamea A \Voodburo. Indlana I'ntverslt) ; Dana C M mro. W ty; John M- Vlnci :.t. Johna Hop i ,,. .;,,,:,;.- i.. Burr. Corm MacDorfald. Brown; Rlchard Fr< Hchols. L'nlverslty of Callfornla: >'? )Bat, L'nlverslty ?.f the South I'red Morrow nua.-. IJnlversty nf Sehra ika: Andrew C. McLaug lln. ? iitv; J. Pranklln Jameson. Carnegle Inatltutlon, and vtctor Hugo Paltslts, Btate lllstor an IF you bought stocks^ or bonds three years ago and must now af*?_ realize on your in- M vestment, how much ' will you lose. ? If you had invcsted in our guaranteed mort gages and must now real? ize on your investment, you would lose nothing. We have a limited num? ber of guaranteed first mortgages on New York City real -sl|/rtf estate net- KW#) tmg. ?*?** NEW YORK MORTG4GE & SECURITY COMPANY 135 Broadway, N. Y. -apltai aad Burj laa, $;.?oo.ooo GONE WITH STEPDAUGHTER Becker Took Their Savingi Also, Wife Tells Police. Mrn. __atharlna Becker reported yester? day that Inr bUBhand, Mnrtln, had Kone away thr>" weeks ago w'.th his twenty two-year-old _Ca9J__*_aj_tter arid h(s five year-old dai gl.t<-r Kv.-lyn, t-U-tag .1,0? from a joint aceount they held in the Dry Dock Bavtnga Baak, bn Ma-d-Bffgaj Mrs. Becker llvea at Bd atiaal an_ Woodslde avenue. WirifhM, I_ I She marrled Martin six y.ais a^o; he li her aecond hueband. By her Brat riini rlage Mrs. Becker had a daughter, Lii-? lian. now twenty-two yeara eM and at tractlva Last Beptember, Mis Beekar aald, ahe waa ln a hos; ?' week* and wh?n she returned home _i?cover*d that her .'.hr daughter nnd her liua band bad growa very .ond of i athai Bba also found her h i wlth drawa the COM from thelr krfnl accaaal and redepoalted it ia b i Hb told her he bad done thla to be prcrared lor etnergenclee while she was 111. On November E Becker aaked i er for the hank hook. saylng h" WOOld KdeaaaJl the accou That same mornlng Ulllaa arent to Manhattan Wltb 1. and Mrs H.-cker arraaged to meel them Ultlan o;.i n<vt keep the appcintment, and whea Mrs returned to her ho- ? the houae deserted. A aote from Becker read: "i.iiiian. Bvetyn pid I have Kone awaj ' Noxl day Mrs. n-.ker :. .inv .1 that bi - I had .lrawn tl ?? $:,? 9 from the 1 ank. Mrs. BeckM drea bll dty, b'it dedded yesterda) I I to tha re -,,.. she arould welcome botl har ?'. . ;_h'. huaband B. Altman Sc Ca. wiii piace on Sa!e this day (Saturday), Several Thousand Yards of Cholce Dress Sllks consietlng of Whlta Si-ks/Evemircg S:"" ? Biack Sllks, whlch will beoffered at ? ftlons from the regularprlces. Bmicluded are. Imported White 5at:n Brocadee, regularly $3.00 per yard . . . at $1.58 Even:r.s Crepes, 40 to 42 Inches w!de, regti larly S2..5Q to 3,5? per yard . at 51-.78 Ite Washable fiabutal Sllk, 32 Inchea w regularjy $2.50 per yard . . cA Black 5at:n Liberty, 36 inches wide, r larly $IM per yard . . . at 9Se? Indla SJIIks. 27 Snclhes wide, ntm eveirung shaieif regularly $1.00 per yard . . at 62c. (Arrareged In Dress and Walst lengthg)* ExcepUonal Vakies in Wornen's TaUored Separate Skirts im the latest mraodeHs, mnade up :m choice ^~?--= tces of the desoralble new P^aids ar " ?' Broadcloth, will. be offered this day (Saturday) at $6*79 S. Altman Sc (Ui% have mow ln stock a large amd comraprehercsive aasortment of Chlldren's Hoslery so weights and textures suiitalble for practical Autumnio and WSimter use, as well as for party wear. Included are siflk, Uile, wool, nraerino and cotton MosDery, representanig the Ibesi products of the fleadjrcg mmaoufacturers oi Europe and Amerlca* Jiflij Awnuf, 34tij ottfc 35tlj &txttU, Xtm for*.