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Fifth %venuc Coach Co. rW CHARTER IN 1914 P'.ans and ? __* .4. h' **? ? bm ? a ? ? ? ..ur* ? .ncen rrmaa of a ? ? J for Mining Fraud. ? ? /Wild's iOrientals our room is to difncult?so indlvid? ual in iti requirementy. that no Onental rug can be found which will "fit in," we have the next best thing in the hand-tufted K 11 d a re Rusr*. made by hand in Ireland to exactly fit any requirements. We are the Ameri? can repre.^entative? of the weavers of these ru_-< Fih- a\.t. ??_. 3Sth St Larqes* Sp^rialty Ru< louse m America, F1ELDER SWORN IN AS GOVERNOR Takes Oath as 41st Hxecu tivo i>f New Jersey at 13 Minutes PaM Noon. "HOOIKKV' W1LSOYS l l ( KV NUMBER Mailrd b\ His Friends as Happy Omcn TWO BiR PtuiM Handed Out. -? ?? th? Thlrt"*-*1 I* th* I ? ' | .... Nl ? . .ad ralle : ? ? that he n - - ? prla I . ? work under ? :ior b thoul ?*?-.-. i tloaal I ? i i irt and Im ? " ? ? ? ? ? ? ? i ? ? ? rt . ? JUSTICE DENIES CHARGE Asserts Mrs. Sandford Was Not Subjected to 111 Treatment. f thi : I'i-. ? ?? - rl ? $1 h ? ? I dford itaid foi ,. . - ? rd at ? ? old, Is 'air*-, Bll 111 tn b dl ? William W. Aldrit I ii.r ? :ch. a_kr- | ? n-la? married a ? ter was t ? rday. ror a Ba Altmmt & (Ca The New Silk Suiting* whlch vv]]l strike a domlnant note of lashion durlng the ap proachlng season, are now dis played ln the Silk Department. *ifl!} Awiuif, 3*,i_* an2r 35th StnttB, Krro ^orJu *0TEL8 AND RESTAlRANTS HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS B^IJLVdRD 7"Ae famoua and only Cafe Boulevard under the original management A well chosen luncheon. daintily served and convenient for shoppers and mat)nee-gc>4***T., 60c. and 41st Street kmaPm Ift.m.wrii Danilnj from lour BB SaOJ, arrii.r ln. luHr* I rflflflfljflflflk BB) . ?888888*, 814X1 ? . .. ? BRN< ?R J VMES 1' K1BL.D1-R ? BRYAN DOVE FLEES BEFORE FIST FIGHT Kentuckj Member and Lawyer Oo One last Round in Committee Room. rrm ' - .* ? ? Washlngton. Jai 20 Mr Brya*' * dove Ot )- ? ? I ' ' ' ? ? Rapi-aaptatlvi ? ? .' 81 ? .-? i laa -? ? ,. | aariaa ??'?'? of the HOU88 1'i-trict of a hli':. Mr Jol ' ? ? r ? v.. aftei ? ? tha K< 1* to n v Ofl Cl V4 llilr* erka ptrur-rled with hlm, .... e! me ? - v plstol " to tha mbera . ? .. Into . The trou uoed by Repreeenta tharge that tha attorney had been a lob ' '? ? ??" emaa tn _ - li a-ipertfd that tl.e aa Am ' ? wa* the Kentucky mem Who la an athlet*. KtrJr-K n wan overturned 4 ...m before they Johnaon'a face waa Bl alda ai^o carried away a I When Jol away and daphed Into hia priva*-i maadlnf b 1 .... two con ? latlve Reed, of New ? ;r?_ hlm from I opanlns the hurled hlaaaelf back Into t0M , ... room. BhOUtlnC: "Where I'll kill hlm" ?Ila r: j;r.ne. HOW. Ben." OOii lUPTW .... ad alded li . 1 Into the corrldor and into the ' ? . ( p~r,rr ol peraona wltaeaaed the ? Johnson ntart*-d for hls atati r. r.f Pann* Oet out. everybodjrl three oa : byatandera made a Th(. mi ttee waa oaaaKar . . ??. nStOfl pollrernr: . ., . . 01 atreettiara John* anted to remlnd the .:. w r Bhtelda had lobhled ? B bill to incrcase thi ?? ' , ' ' ' ??lf you report thla hill you may -ftva he aaM '*ba1 tUngaevi -ral thouaand 0 this man'B poc-ket " "A lot Of ii. '' mta liava .... th. n Johnson'fl ? bla }m* .- o HELD UP IN HIS STORE Grocer Beaten Unconscious and Robbed by Gunmen. ? Brmed with rrrolv Ited ar.d robhcd Ur* BerkowHa ln i.is _TOc_n atota, Wa M 6 .. . ...... Brooklyn Ber* I ... ' hi* canh ? Bhowlni hf bad tned to foll th* thi' ? Two woanaa, about to anter the store, Otort knorked down by the thr- ' | ttrM who ran to the Wllliamsbura* *here they boardcd a ear for Manhattan Barl a ta aaid that the men first held trtrn ap Ht ihe paiat of a revolver He I .. ? ? 1.y und one of ? -fl oa the hi-ad wlth a r?v voh er ,.. M.,.v... red toward the cash r,. ed Bopaela r _lov Thi thlavea then rtimt the rawer, fettlaf Ial s????^~~~ MANBURIED ATSEA; SON SUES S. S. LINE H. B. Finley Says Captain of the Minneapolis lllegally Cast Father'l Body Overboard. 11 Blalr Flaley haa Bled aall aKa'-'t the . Tranaporl Company in ti.e ?_? ,rt H<-k*J?>._ daJ-U-g-B of goAtt b*> ba bo of bla father, I Saaaaat B. was hurled at r-tiip Mimieapolm on Bt, Mr Flniev havine; dled wh:.e . waj f. IfaW Vork i that hls father. who *??>..* ? | .?? | ln ratn*M ,,-, the bflnni B June _*. He .1 ii) j and hia body V4,i? stohaJaaad, . lat- r, 81 BT-tBi to the 0008* tha 1 p iraa <>fr the ? ~ oaptala ordered the 1 arhoard T!,, ... he wa.s notified of ms Bftar the body had be. n ?hat hr\ not know int; ? an under ? -? el 11. hat he waa rienied th* ri?.ht to gtta tii. body < t hi* fath?r a dr* ? : thr a.-ti.m of the Baaapaay **a_ in vi 1 .lation of hl* rtRbt* as next uf km to, B_B8 the place ol burlal. EXCESS BAGGAGE RATE CUT SOUGHT Complaint Against Rail? roads Backcd by Many . Merchants Here. LARGE ITEM IN SALESMEiVS EXPENSF Interstate Commerce Commission Shown lines Have Bootted Char|*es Recently. Ti.r* Mercban! not. d< epi ai ? * ? .... .... aardii g i ??? ? ? msde bjr rallroaOa foi ir....si.? ? It wafl tbl . . com . | . . . . ? before tbe i - a tlcbel ' * *....ir , v -. ? . ly of r.ot than tlOO li mak* ? rtargi I i of the i . a minltnum i I ? ? what tbe ralli radi . ?he oid ex: ? in forc- Bl than ? ? rs Of the n. i4 , gpresa r*U I'or t InSSI I ??' wlth a larpp r.im her of travellinr I m 'hc Beld the item for *. "JStltUtSS a not unto*t*-**4*tani part i ' th- annual '. idget ?< di***Btfat*8>etion among Uietn, ttvxeri for*.. derelopsd, unt!! in 19'1 the lf* ? ? ? ? tion **f Kew rork, tba LH Lotda '??'?? ss M< ? ******* th< Mea co saaoclal I rnei ? ? g oris-.Lrlzatin. husinei i togotber **. ith the Trav Uon snd . trsvellers, joim-d for the ;? Ing to the Interstate Commei ? Commlsston for a reductlon of tbe r;.t. Thif- ; etlon wafl taken at tiie - . - Of F W .randall. of 81 t nd re i in the formatJon Of the NatK.rial rmn itti i A p.'t.fon sraa prepand n*.n a larc' amount of 4 ' tsd tn tbe interstate Ctominsree Comrnisslon. ? rm oi ."?"!, Ahhott _ tforgan, of thi-x city, attorr ? National I ?nittee, fiied lta hricf witt. comm!.. I This hri**f dfsclosc*. tha* tl crace cbargsa made by ths railroads. '?- 9 .4. -*e***rerally I pei cent of the pa*nonc;t r farr. but that ln that v.ar it wii.' ? ' ll 2-1 I" r cent. Thr* son glven fc tbe toeras?o wsa I l i IWSBSngWI farea had been reduccd from .1 to I cents a m!le. The ra ? k-ct annua'Iy a total of more than JT 171, 402 from (Xcoa* baggagfl Cbl Th*- Hational BaggagS 'ommittee ask? th*< Triterrtate I l l ommlsslon to order a rate basod on a praduat'-d I*. ai* of from 13--.. P?*r cent to I per 081 I of the *M***aeager fare. wlth a minlnium rate of IS centa a hundred pounds, and a ii.iiiimum charpe of 8 tthta a ablptl ithe preaent minimutn rate and rharp- | RAIMENT REVEALS RAGGED ROMAM RASCAL'S ROBBERY Tattered Wanderer Is Found Richly Clad After a Theft in Saloon He Visited. This talc Of a Roman and 1 mlpht aptl] be ternied 'Ttom );.'.:per to Milllonslra ln Half a Dossn Houra." ?flrterflai Lea Belnttl, thi Knman, of No '. atreet, ahuf fled into the BflJflaa kepl I ) Torr.aao l>oni Ht 2if.th street and Wbttfl Plalnfl avenue. i.eo waf -ateaadtog nkempt end tat? tered ijeo aagaaad i.eon! tn earneal eonrott tlon | - ? : minutes, whlsnrrlng con Odentian* into thr lattl I Thf*n h<? . ? oal Ti ti mtautflfl tati r srhen L ? ? blfl xxiUBtcoat PQCkei for thfliffll hi tbonghi ba had il \4...-. nol I i ni caiicd tegetbi - ? ? tlvei and fri.nd' and Fta- lh for I.eo Pe iotti. the Homan Thelr ssareh turnfl ,. tsOth ptre* t snd White 1 aYSnOS and there thc\- f'.und L*0 Isantog ? the hai Bai X4iat .; change had come ovar Leo'fl rah A hat of eoft-at Nlle greem reeted upon tt,* f-***sbl** olled and r*arled locks of l_o. the Komin. His suit was an the clai-h of cymbala, ao Jarrlng 4. *?* lta notos and checkfl Hla aecktle was a rainbow of color and bla Bhoea and aoeka ware asw and glosBy ind Leo xxas open Ina* wm*! _eonl> friends BtHpBSd I^n. the Etoman, of hla new-found tlnery and bsfora tective Hatto SPPSSrSd _80 Bad been weil IlflStflfi iie was then arrested MICHIGAN IN FROM MEXICO Battleship Which Rescued Felix Diaz Arrives at Navy Yard. Tha battleship Mieblgan Brrhred at the ? d clo.k yesterday aitSf-OOfl from Mi * waters An ******** a>- ahe . . r half her crew, of TjD ofrVers- and 11.? on phore leaxe It v4as th.- I'r.-t tlma I had been on aolld ground for B ? ' ?ix montha The boat waa La M I ?evatert* for six mOBtbB 8 taBgei pei than noy Otbsa rSSSSl Shr tVSJ to have returned to this port on Bcptember 98, but delaya occurred and rdM d.u 1..1 .way untll laat Tuesday 44.. 1. 4.. aaa n red ar the Mtaae>*t49ia Tb? can wlll flUjr al the navy \-,rn until I nt, ?**sr_sull_g, and 4 M,en leaxe for N rUBrjT I she nll! g0 fr.'t.i Norfolk to tak in thr navei laaiiiaaiirafl 08 CBlabra lal? and. It waa tha Michigan whlel eral Pattfl Dlaa . rm when bfl araa laalni fl Huerta, took hlm ts * Sflfl * I for Havana B????~ Fined in Feather Plot. Jttdga Hunt, altttna; in tha Psdari tr?-, ,..? -w-rday Itoed A hel.ner i CB . td -*" ? ?iii'i'ii.8 f?*a-x'*r.s aad ioa*i ,'A> to L-Sfl Angslsfl ?? rni:: . .- eoSS loeHNel. ttttl t> . f 11 -|...na t.on eSaTalTffflfl from thfl I I -aajjjf eiiter.d a plea of guiltj wid paid t? t *lna HELD IN POLICE SHOOTING Son of Lieutenant Aiken Ac cused of Firing on Patrolman Iken. ot tal ? for * ? ?a street jehn J. Bh< I ' '" ' lar, was Biralf ned 01 ? ..... the j.. ken, who waa ll i ered 1 po on ' i.ail up i ? ? ? BALDY. FAMOUS APE. DEAD "Missing Link" from the Congo Was Favorite at Park. A mlaaing llnh ... ? s parl ? ">k." nd vaudi ? ? ?? ' .. kfd out a per wltl ";'l htUl low two Prom tl sn on ha ba ' ? nd he wai the ortgir.al AW B had ' aeray '.r, Like many attOthi -RECORD" IS ONLY LETTER Warden Hayes Fails to Aid Pemtentiary Investigation. Wai . . * loseph 1 -i viv ? ? ? I. whlch he thooght mlg. ? '' ' in Its in. kwell Isl* . . . , ... Iter book. written by Wai - to former ? '.omnAe ? ?? partmenl of i lorrec ? ... raed. Th.. War* Jury this ? '?'?' te of I ? y a . dlreeted to return to-day. I .r < "io H. fi ' ' r the pi nltentiary inflr* . . Wllllams, o, nogi :'l-v ?" th'' n into the Ftank whub, a nitentJar) ? that 1 - hAi frequently ...... t obt ininp ? ? tlon, and that ferred from th'- top tler to the bottaaa t;or only w-hcr. tOOOd to comnilt ?W that at. the .... lat ?? hours after bla ad ? ? the Inflrmary ATTACK TUNNEL CONTRACT Brooklyn Association Would Stop Harlem River Subway. ? .,..??? a upon the t for thi atrnetloii of tha- tun Tider the r r aa a pan o* tbe Li avenua auba Hi i ra] rer of the .\'.' ?< Boarda of i Trio- ' Ut, a j Brooklyi organlaatlon, hai flled notica with the CantroUer reo, ? l . hlm to ? - ? c < ? ? ? 'or Sa. - Of Um J.- I - ibway, whlch Includea the tunneL H i haa al? ready looked tt.to ti ? and la anythlng fn them. Mr On i t araa I ? tha Corporatlon Counael There is not the sliphtest cha 1 It tha 4~*oii troOar ?.u brlng tha ault, ab ;;sked. The contrael In question Ib ivld by Ar? thur M ' laf Hoff aud the price ll i . *.;??? who waa forraerty a partner of Mr. McHullen, was ar - l bldder on tract. Ha I i - < I efforts to get thr o: tr.i't aanull-d. DIRECTORS RE-ELECTED Merchants' Ass'n Will Name President at Later Meeting. The Mei f Nea Vork. ,at 11 nemblj room .' - Broadwa tr=rday re-ek U the folloa for three-year t_T l'r.-mk Fi. president of the Roarera Peel Company; Wllliam Fellowc* president of thi Oklyfl HrtdfTe Btoragi tha J a Ne* ? Wi d I _ B Pleraon, ? t of Auntin, Nlrhola I tav Vlnl ; : t of the Markt & Hamniii - w abh I rtsldent of the i.'hina and Japan Trad , liniiled. and Wllliam It. WIllCOK. WOMAN STARVES TO DEATH Injured Recluse Succumbs to Hunger in Miserable Room. - faa oman Bva Arnheim. ? Bl ??? rti? ... at, Tha 1 The death was d> I f Martlr* ? ?\enng a ? ? ? Ura Bertha Baaafaal, Jnaltraaa of the building. aaid II cnan had o p|ed the room, wlbh was dark and I faa* tl . I uae. The IdeBl f tba woman was estab mr-at.8 of an aavaiOBM found B tha ral ? to Ifra i M ra. Mi ha.i fOT the laaaa ihlldren ii . 4 '? A ? ? ? aarch of tha ,i,.. ? ? ? ? i | t,. K\ a \l Ar: : and the oth.r lo ila;. Atu FIGHT POSTMASTER AS CENSOR OF ART "MetropolitanY'Publishers Denounce Morgan Action as "Childish." MAGAZINE WINS FIRST SKIRMISM Picture of Sculpture Bo?gM by John D. Rockefeller Cause of Trouble. . c . ? ? ? iu. tion* ??" -. ? || tan Mai b; b* ? Tl ? v '? ... . ? ? ? ? .-." and w< ? ,.M.-. Tha: ? . for l n.ar, t thal ? held II ? rn frorn ' -'on. rs is no dOUbt ln my rninl the - nt Tlie one of th" entanr and Drya rlng pai ?na of a morrater The ? i Wood Nyraph'a I i . ;, clrl and.ls Bornetiilr.p . nol rie-rmlt ln my family i ? ICotropoUtan etagastnof may ca'i me the " tlme I get thtrOtlgh with them th?y may not he so anxtous to publtah pi< I ?rt f ? "And by the t(m* -we _rct throurh wlth ted ti. J BgS?laa "he olj' to cen*or, without ? ? ent and artlBtl - effort a' l I 1 Bnda of throuph hi- ? ? ; I tlona o: ? re ahose of two sculpt ???.. .? ani fljrJU* tti,. Nal I i' ? e of tbem 'The taktog flrst pi_ .. . . ..nd xv.. trla s tbem for luntry who could ? ? SIMPLE ASA. B. C. It is easier to pour water into a well than it is to pull it cut. It is casicr to put money into an investment than it is to *4ct it back. And tbe Owner of a build ini> operation wbo overlooks ?his consideration at the start will have cause to regret it in the end. Bu* if he does not ovcrlook this ccnsiJeration, be will real lze the importancc of sclectinrf the right contractor and we shall have another job on c ur hands. thompson-stArrett COMPANY ? laaaa p I went wlth i -, but he ? ? . .. . this di ay ' He rej ? ' " ' " ? At" leaatng the magaatna, ar ha? oo ighi tha : grOOP from ? found nnthlng* - nableln U To aay that ar. art ob ? whleh "eina *? ln *n sxhtht* . rapa-oduoed merely baoaaaa al ln the Poet offlce I ".not. la unjuet." Will Continue Lntil Jan. 26 Exhibition of PAINTINGS BY Emil Carlsen Paul Dougherty Frcdcrick C.Fricsekc Childe flassam Willard L. Metcall Kenneth H. Miller J. Alden Weir AT THE Macbeth Gallery 450 Fifth Ave. al 4 t . BEAUTY of finish is only the symbol of the supreme worth of the Steinway Piano. Exquisite sweetness and wonderful strength of tone are responsible for its world wide fame. The first xSteinissot was a triumph of musical genius, and by stnct adherence to the highest art ideals, four gene-ations of pianoforte experts havemain tained and extended the reputation of the Steinway as the Standard Piano of theWorld. Your choice should be the piano by which all others are measured?the Steinway. STEINWAY & SONS Steinway Hall 07-109 East 14th St., New York >uiuM|/ Exprtu ."-talton at tht Door 1 ? Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE * OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEXV YORK MANHATTAN Fourth Avenue cor. 2 5th Street Eldridge btreet cor. FiviriRton Street Seventh Ave. bet. 48th and 49th Sts. LezingtoB Ave. cor. 124th Street Grand Mreet cor. Clinton Street East 72d St. betLexington & 3d Avs. Last Houston St. cor. bssex SL m?)\x Courtlflndt Ave. cor. 148th Street hkooklyn Graham Avenue cor. Debevoise St. Pitkin Avenue cor. Rockaxxax Ave. Iy PER CENT. CHARGED l PON _^_ L'iANS REPA1D WITH1N ' & TWO WEEKS FR_OM DATE. No Tippinf, F'ie.ie 011 ano 30 rVc$T34~ST Minimum Wafe for Women $12 per Wealt. SOME OF OUR LUNCHEON ITEMS: Cbicken Consomme ,U Puree of Split Peas .15 .1 .45 Crcamed Cfclckea on Toast .40 Chicken Fla .40 Spafhctil, Italian style, .15 Muffed Prppers .iu French Ice Crggaj .15 Lobster Salad .50 Fruit Saljd .4S Salmon SaUd ,3S Following Served After Three o'Clock: Hot Biscuits xxith Marmatade .30 rfcH Wart.es with Hoatj .20 1 oasted English Mtajfiai ,1J Alao forty Pthtt t'rir.*, prrparrd unrf Bflfi ' rtdrr id'nl rondiflonS. Midway between the McAIpin and the Waldorf-Aatoria.