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SULZER OPENS FIGHT
TO GET BACK OFFICE
Hopes to Have U. S. Su
preme (ourt Pass on His
Impeachment.
SEEKS TO RECOVER
PAY AS GOVERNOR
\ction Against Controllcr Wlll Be |
Hastcnra Through State Tri
bUMls by Atjrecment.
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lupt rt p*ai
, frr.m 'I"* i
er. whi ? i ? - I
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order ta i
or altematl*** i
?
? ?oiiipellm. him l
. < . ? Qoati nor ainea
? ober 11
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tha coid
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ral and Aleiandi * I
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en th< e*ae
*
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Cate To Be Hum-d Along.
, ble to flh
? nf Tii-* I
la believi
revei i tlnal
. . Ihe du
ir of Goi -? nor
aha hava
? - -
? . ? adopted, ,
;.? i.. ,i nf hla '
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Tl ll Juria
.- fl \
?? ' erooi
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*:
? ?? .
,? Benator
-
ihohld
ted to pasi idgment
' t
reat in thi
... anl nl
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ri,.,,
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Not Imoeachable, He Says.
ourt of lmpti
,, eruo tea foui *J
. ? . ? and j
? ai Inta othae.
~- [mpeach- ,
menl ???'"'
... , ao aui
? _. i ? rai ?
? "Pn
? ? ' and void, hud no powei to con
condemi
petltionei and all ol the prO
? ? ition
B ' :io"al Bnd VO,d ?? , ..,,4,
? ? Ptltlo.i ar.
,,. ., 0f Buffalo, Demo
_. ,, .: ?i. ol lameatown
??, T. Ilorton, But*
f ,.,. i.ii membera ol the to
. , lWeara l?<
i * ?"? ?'"'* "f
,. . impeachmenl
? ? "? *"*?
ad ao notli -
. ? I tot mbly, an*
.... h.,,1 tbe) arould
l the adoptioi I
eaolul r?.n.
*| hll ' InBtltUto*
? -,, teei the
, eartoval trotra ""*? i
an ;i' tion,
\r * ? ? :.< I''""
ph Robln, the
Bwella
? ?? ' h""": a
_- o
Valencia Mayor Hurt in Riot.
" , !
ItiOl lOOB ,
? ' '
. . ... . ? , . ofl ??
I the I ulldtna
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'? ?- ? ,(*: ed an<
nl thi ??? ' ?.
rowd waa nn> ;
llahed
DO YOU WANT
TO BUY A BUSINESS
FOR YOUR SON?
SEE PAGE 13.
?? ||o\*i '** j oui digesl n
Better, ih'anl l'm
ing ,
WRlGLEVSi
SPEARMINT
\ti\t\ ' ' 85 cents
bv the box. Mo I <lcalet *.
?
Paragon I ypewriter Ribbons
Red Seal Carbon Paper
l.\*-l I4>\?.I?.T
i.ill. BE01 Kl.**l i ra
i of < anpot (i.'in
Krnunglon I \peuti!-*i C ompanv
? i
Ul Vk IM ".31 Hrn.rlm**.
NO RADIUM HERE. HE SAYS'
-
Prof. Kellar Asserts Only Radio ,
Active Salts Are Used.
i . -s. , ? ?, ti ? .-,
Philadelphia, Fah 23 "Pure radlum
iv uaed onl] ln expeiimental acianca
nnd aa a ataadard of conaparlaon
Pur* radlum la aol baed bj the nad
profeaalon. it iu even poaalble lhal
'iir|j> |g n,-. radlum *?hHie4f?i- in the
1 niicii Btatea Whal the natrapapara
. ? , r rad im haa nol baen ??*
dlum. ii ha? iie^n radl4>-actlTe ma
? I ai. auch aa barlum ?aii*- t aaeai
othar radlo-artlva aalta, arhlch ara 'hi
mora piennfni than radlum and arhlch
ilrt not last un lnnK
Thla daclaratlon eiafl mada bj Dr.
Harrv K Kellar, Becretary ef th"
?american Phlloaophlcal Bocietj .?n. i
profaaaoi ot chemlatr* of ni* ?>ntrai
ii _i, g .. | Boyi thla -4*tenMon
?I i ha Philadelphia < 'ollej >>f piuu
'Then i aol an aui* t ot radl m and
r.tdio-a. live material n the world, and
ihr bulk of thla la In Burope, ' aaid
moi K< lar "in thia i ounl11
? ? ported .thai i pi Bei I rand Boll ?
44,??i <>* Tale, haa made aome, and
.. i , an \ -? ? Ian In Pll ? flburgh, The '
largeal amounl ln the arorld la In tha
Auatrian Radium Inatitute."
OSBORN WILL HEAD
STATE DEMOCRACY
I'almcr ln Retire and Murphy
Affcei to Keep Hands Off
Call for Meeting Mareh 2.
w llllam i 'hui i b. t >*:? nn, ?? in, ii.ix
? ?? ? * . ? |enerate 'hfl l>emo<
?. . etati le ti.??
late i ummit Iei \ ? ;,n
out yi meel ... om
mlttee lo ? r ' <? ?!,) ,.n Monda: ? ' ari h "
In the ifl
Mr. Oaborn aill aueceed Oeorge M
' . . f <? ..??.? ? 4 I'll lli.-x
? ? ? ? ilgnation oi *
n_n K Mai x i Aaa ? ? ei aaid Mr. j
i|
-44. ? r ji ??-. i of 4 'hai Iei i' |
\\ llson and j
i ? ? ? . ?, n; . ? i lemoci ? ? ? d#> t
ded lhal ? I ? tereat of l >emoci ;.i ???? \
tttcceat ? ?, ? .;il: m.j, pi,v
mual =". ihe flrel itep * ted on arai thfl
itl<.Iii Paln
'i ? - ' . ., ..- \ii Oaborn wa? n.
b\ Govi ? nn, 4' ho haa unuaual ln
? . ? l ?.??,??? ? this fall.
II tlon l'l.' 44 iii be ;. i Hll- |
?..; hlnmclf I ftei mm h
l * ? 41 t ed 11 ?
r, unl .1 he li ai ne<l lhal (I
oal tlon to h
Th ' oppoall ."ii ia
thal ecided to
* mi- to m? ? ding hla po
I leadi ?? Tammany
1 An agreemeni iaa i eai hi
la tr, bc . ii leadi
b'.-r "i return f< h i | iomlne to ?
ri r thi - He could pn
\ ,u th# , i\. -.I-.. in l he crui irmanehip ?
itatc committee, at ii., rontrola a
ot ihi 4"*. i -ji .ri Une
i i agreemeni hi hai nol onlj pei auadi d
i. bul hai atated thi ?
arlll be m tion u
1 ?sborn.
i ? ....... . ism a ?
arrangemeni li li underatood Gov?roor
Glj nn haa made arlth Mi Palmi i l> In
duie Palmei to ? tire. lu a Btatemenl i
li* Mr Palmi i Ini Imati d \ e mlght|
become counael ?" ihi Compenaatlon
* '< ni.ii, ii lon Thi memberi "i i hai i run
rm, who h-A\e nol been cboaen yet.
ari! ?. t their own counael ;.i"i fl- hia
?al*, However, it la belle* ed the * loi
ernor aould :,;..? na ln ? in tecurlng I
the Helectio of Mi I ilm< i T ie inlary :
M i pei ta la aaid to be $ 1.0 ,
TAFT MAY BECOME
HEADOFLAFAYETTE;
College Said To Be Ready
to Offer More than His
Salary at Yale.
QUESTION OF RELKilON
RAISED BY OPPONENTS
Institution Is Presbylerian and
F.x-President Unilarian Many
Protests Made.
Rv Telefl
Phlladelphla Fel -'? Ei Pre ld*wit _
BVIIliaan H Taft, prefi moi of Intei nal ?
? >,l *. ;il. I ' ' I '
Ihe presidene; ol I* "ai ? "??
i 'ollege, at Eaat. ' ?
Rai i" Bthi Iberl D IVarfli ' *"'*'' '?
Ina i" ' Tha Pr< i terl in th4 *?* i.
, organ of lh< P ?
? 'ii n, ii ln thla cltj
i hi repori lhal *'** !
I., pla ,* ? I'nltarian al the h? ad
tarlan college haa ca led bo ?
arhal of < -? naation ln tb< | ? ;' '?<
circlea Ai ? ordina to a al
ed at Jhe ol
. , M bei d 1 on i u **?
upon the ;--' of b ithoi U that ex-Pn il
denl Tafl la l. ??'''?
,i,;,,r ai la*fayett< The Btatemenl con
?. ? ?
Thojr-e ra--,..,.- ? ?? th
., ithtMit* lo thi Btatement thal i
h a
equal t. poaalbly ln * i < -' '
that whlch mi Tafl '? **
\ , . ?> hi | ? iti Bt ? "i ' i tt\ t" the .
rarrvini oul ol th? achemi
. . the s-rr.vi of Pennaylvai
mth ? h th. haii i ol the * ? ll< -? ?
.. reto powi <?? er ihi election ol
l, ..... and memben of the faculty. ;
o i.ie thal tl ' wtlal
g.i .,! Pcnnaylvania wl I coi -;??' to
E .. i II (tedged i n "h*''
Tha R< i' >' * ' s- Kei : '" ? '
of -rhe Preab; lei an wM ha h*d ?
aon ." elleve loal b fee wealth I
. - ? ???-'? I****** '" New
york. a r4 behind the movemi nt to brlng
*,?, fafl to Eaaton.
i,. w .,,*. id ? Blgned tl ? pre*ldei i l ot,
i..:-.- lti a(weel ag< preaui
.. ., wgrei anl *.? '? m**lt
and truateea o th I
thal Dr. V**ai
had ii " Lafa: etti ??? * a lae h?
r lution und< r tl ? arne
,.. on i md. whlch would aever the
., ertloi
g ,..,, of Pei naylvanla The college waa *
founded and endowed by Prei ti
.,.,, - ,*,,,. mai Pre*byt*rian college l:i
,-.,,,.. ? u.la lo remaln undei
conti ot
Preab* terlan leadera of thla rit; li clud-1
Ing influential n embera ol the 0?neral
- .' Pennayleanla
,. ., , .. |.,, Ab* t< ??' Ph "?' IPhla. ara ,
,.: .....r.\ io ti - plan. Thei
.,,?, ition to pi;-'* a i nitariai
tha* head ot a Preebj tertan college la lit
*. - than an absurditj,
u flu< | ;. ? ropoaition l? **onai*li
?raj.lt** dggeat contre
rara] thai taa occui ? > ' ? Pregby.;
fi A preml-'
? ii ., iha " * "?rta |
that nlnet; o ot evi h indred
,. an** were aa
tn- i ?. ,i ,. ii th ? i..-';" etta
.. | -,, md ?> Preab ti n?
... | | i-.. - ? m moni n d i
undei tht lupervli I Praabyl
s> noi-1
Other leading ? ' *?**
that the i*?rop<i*illon waa Incradihle, and
... ,\ they were " !1
oppoaed bul wonld exeri Influence agtrjnat
? ng of Mr Taft.
?|-.,. ? , v of Lafa tte Collea ng in j
thia ' ?'* profi - ice ol tl ?
.,.,; ^< i.,f..,r>. -> i , ara ii.i*nToiirj, I
TO INCR1ASI
YOUR INCOME
The aafeit way ta Increaae your
income la to add lyitemattcalry
to your principal.
You can do thh ta the beat
adrantage by purchaatng onr
Ouaranteed Flrat Mortgage Cer
tillcates. They are tax enempt
and yleld a larger net return than
any other Inreitment of equal
aecurity.
Iren ao amali a aum ai $10 a
month can be Inreated with the
protection of our gnarantee.
Sa miettor has SYSt lost a dollar
Capital 6 Surplua. $9,000,000
ITbB'wflT.N.Y i 75 Remsea SL. B'-lya.
.1.-10 fulton IU Jimiiti
.tr.i.mr ii.ea and aai
dlfferen.
I0n thej u'.mI.i be entlri aatli Ied i
.. gratifled te hai ? ea-Prefl denl i ifl
.. ^:,.| accepl th- p'*'"
NEGRO PERJURER IN
FRANK CASE GONE
State Wants to Prosecute Him
More Witnesses Repudiate
Murder Trial Testimony.
r l ? | :? ..;?. ' ?? I "
Atlanta. Feb _ Men from the Balirt
..fti,-,. to-da: aoughl ralnlj far Albert
M | n -ht< -egro the Btate witneaa who
, , repudiated ln effidavll tona
..,,. be gave agalnal leto rtank
, prank. trial ror th- murder "f
Mar: Phagdn
Mi Knlghl li 44,..,i^ri :.4- Bollcitoi Doraey
M ;, g [tneaa ln th? trial I egun to-day, ,,r
jlm lonley, coi feaaad accaaaory after the
,-;,,.. |- the murder. Conlej pleaded i al
-, nt. rlalmlng thai at tha time he halped
the girl'a bodj to tha baaemenl be
thoughl ahe waa atunned and did nol
Itnoa ahe wai dead
k?. craven, * ? <? wai i cuaed b: at< -
Knlghl <?? coerclon In tramini leatlmony
agalnal Pranli la alao ?-* Kme the nexro
.,, nnd o ii from hl n whether nr really
,,.,,.,. ti,,. second .-.frii .iv'.t. a** announoa?l|
,,,, the -I* rei ce fl *w ? nmlory proeacu
j.,,ii a i'i he Inatltuted
?|o-ri:.4 in conley'fl trial iolleltor Doraey
i,, ,i tha foundatlon for an attack upon?the
Mm , aeovered evWence for Frank,
dependa largel' on the o
..... Harria thal the hall found oi
lathlng mach ne, when Mai ? Phagan la
?Heged i" have been murdered, waa not
Ihat <?>' th* girl.
Bj :.'i undertaker Mr. Doree. pravad
thal the. girra hair after ri.aih had beei
44.-isii.ri with ptne tar aaap. whkh would
mgke ?? ' ??? ? ln color, and alao brought
oui tha facl thal hair eontlnuea to grom
.-,rt. r death Thla, arguea tha aolleltor,
arould accounl ror changaa noted by tne
i hemlat,
New afMavita, ?ald tn eontala rapudla
tfo* af taatlmonj by cbaracter witweaaaa
agalnat Frank, ..re ai ?> ,n ih"* handa ?t
Frank'a laa
Tu-moriri44 l-'i-itiK 44,11 a.?k of thr* BU
premfl Coi it a rehaarlng Daniad this. he
wiii g\ onci Blfl an extiaordlnarj motlon
ror retrial In thi - i i ? : '"l|1 ?? all< ftoi
newh dlacovered
Widow to Continue Fels's Work
erai rlbum
Philadelphia, Fi * - Mra Hollle Fala
aridaw of Joaeph Fela, the alagle-taj ad*
vocate, phllaathrapial anri aoial a*orkar,
\. I,,, died .* ? terday, wlll .any "n the
?.4,,'k etarted by her huaband with :h*
largi fortune lefl bj blm.
lt 44a*- sai'l tO-day that he ha<! made
ample arrangementa ln hla wlll fof the
cintiniiation of hla i>'ani.
WADSWORTHINTOGA
RACE, IS REPORT
Ex-Speaker Added to List
of Those Seeking Seat
in Senate.
ALL WILLING TO
YIELD TO ROOT
Senator Says Hc VVants to Retire
?Stimson, Calder and Hill
look for Place.
i rlanda ol Jamea W WttAUworth
f. mi-*- gpeaher ot thr aeoembly, aa i
eeterda; ba mlghl ba -? candldate at tha
,., marli a foi tha Repu dlcan aomln i
f.,r im- L'nited Btatea Beoate Thii
la an Blraady long 11*1 - l mea **t*? *****
heen mentl. i eaadldatefl to au-'
(Senator Bllhu Root
Th-- candldaciea .?.I" Nuwd <-n th* b***
, , - tha( ia apita of tha atrong prei
lha) ia helng bro/Ufbl to bear on B?natoi
p.,r.t to run for re-aloctlen he will atlch
ta hia determinatl-m to qull publle lifa
-Ahen hla preaenl term expirea
?hould glve ?!<* BllghtaBt intlaaetloa thal
he wouM tahe tha nomination thara
woald nol be i candldate agalnal Ina at
the prloaarlea
,, \t -ani'i tha poaalbillty thal aer.
v idaworth wlll ba ln the race la dua
no, ,,, much to hla own b*li*f thal h?
?hould be .1 candldate for thla Important
,,f--,e pi ?.<?> young an ng. aa te tha argu
menta ef hla frlenda thal ha arould maha
a Rood romproml-M candldate In a larga
fleld.
,.?,. ||, Wadaworth and >?>- irira *
t, nd of aoclaty. Bnd thal porl of Waah
Ingten life appcals. of courae. t? them
Thi i are apanding a parl of tha pr***nt
4.f. Laon al *|,f> national capital
Oflneral Wsdaworth. Mi Wadawortha
father waa in Washington many jraara
a, ? member ofCongr**a Politica caoaa
naturally to tha aon.
Uthough ii" *ts* "' ?ona ly popular
with tha reform Republlcana,
....i kj i candldal.' Governor two
yeara a^ becauaa of hla alleged r?ac
tlonary tend*ncl*a Ha ran for Lleuten
an, .;,,..-. noi and waa defeatad. - ? ?
thal time :? ? haa ka H ? Bt of polltlci M
had been Bupga*-*d thal wiliiam Barnea,
,, , ,,.,-,,,,.,,, ,,r the Btate comaittt**.
atiii enteru ned Uie Idea thal Wad*
aorth who ;- hlB elooa peraonal friend.
r thi Ouhema
torml nomination ihia ytoi
r,?- aome time Ham ?? U Btimaon had
. promtnently mentlened fer tha oom*
ln tii fo t ? ?.m -'? tiatoi ' ??
ahould retire. _<r Btimaon, wl o waa de
reated for Goi emor f*ur i*e*ra ago atlll
gt |t ia a d to hold publ c offl *
-\,r. gtlma.ai ? ? '??? P*1 '?"
Benatoi Root, and ll i boI al all un
llki iv th i th* p aa*nl Benati ? *? <?
h'rom np-tate has come b report that
frlend* of I ai ? ?- D Hinman ??"" ,"?""??''
Ina hlm roi tha* gei atoi ihlp nomination.
.. . , ..... r ?, omlaed t*
,,,i niatrlci Attorney Whitman t< ga
tha nomination for Governor ??? ?-?rn
-, , the npporl of the f enda of the la
,, . ., .m, Hinman a Senatorial nmbl
"nfnreaentatlve w 111 am -I *;
wo.-ld '?'* lo run elther foi l - ??
,;. ,;.- Oove**nor, preferably -
David .lavna Hlll fortnei .mbaaaadi
tjermany; li Bla.ng mentloned aa i
'lac!; rar'th rrop of candldatea for tha
r,, mo, ratic nomlnatio foi the .*--*n.4i-*
ha" baen amall Wllliam I McComba.
chalrman of tha Di LVatlonajJ
rommlttee haa been theonenaoal B*r?oken
of He refuoea to ? however wheth
., ha - n candldate or not. *a hen **. in
lam :*? Rh;en in ** aa d< feated bj ?? ?
,*'.,,.:. v ,,,;,, m :? hla frlend; said he
would be ? c*ndld?te to aucceed Senator
ynnt rhat, however. waa before tne
Das**ace ??? the ? onatltuttonal amenl
!, ... - ror dlre. i electl.t Lyited *tatea
Senators nnrt the paaaage of tho atat*
nirle dlrect prlmarj l^ *** h?re.
Itl the courae of b ton weeka n num
i,, 0f booma are llkely te - omt out into
tii" open _,
GRAFT IN STATE PRINTING IS CHARGED IN REPORT
i ..nt irniril from llr-l ptge
thai thr- Argue compan? ahould finally I
he the highi al bidder In t he total ao
? the Lyon companj ahould gei the!
contract, tne Argua people ->? ?k; ro I
? - on a few other Iti ma
"For Inatance. In printing and fur
niahing paper f.mgroaaed bllla the
Lyon compan: bid 13,132 anri the ,\i- .
gua company $11,7.5 Tha 1.4r.n com?
pan) bld at thv raie of 30 centa a page
?nd the Argua compan) at 7.*. centa a
1 ?gi. iii the prevloua year, when the
Argua compan) gol the contract, II bld
20 nta, the flgure al whlch the Lyon
company gol the preaent contract."
Thli "gl*. ? and take" a n k bet**
thi two. oatenalbl* a "coincidi nci
x ted :n the award of tiie contract to
ihr Lyon companj as ihe lowaal bid*
dar. Tha total of both.blda iraa:
.1 1 1 ?,,., Compan: V9
4 e ?? > ni|Hn\
The Argua Company,*' statrs ihr- ib
-1.1 "waa awarded th- cantraoi in
1911 at $r.'.?'__?.. Bxtrai awelledthal t ?
.*;;?'.-> .'..vi. juai aa extraa in the laal
leglalatlve aeaaion wlll awell the Lyon.
company'a total bili bj few-ral hun
di ed thouaand dollara"
This ratnarkable aimilarit) betwaaa
tha blda of the two r*ompaniea la en?
eouragad. the abatracl ladlcatea, by
eondltlona <>f btddlng. Tha contraci I
for laglalatlve printing is for a alngleI
yaar, whlch la found to dlacouraga ..n
outnitie printer from biddtng agalnal
the man ta ho has an enornflOUa aminint
of 'f-ianiiinif matter" n his poaaeaai >n. '
ami niin haa alroady aataMlahed 1
largi planl lo handle the bindlng, an
?.-ia ng ? '
Exorbttant Pricea Chargtd.
In addltlOB m the an a ngl m? inl
'\4riii tha iw" wnapanlea the gold
rnitifl of .-' a printing la ln*
creaaed bj the practkra of tho Aaaamhry
gnd Banata ' ordarlng tha work. ME?
Orhitaiit i-i. * * ;' ??*?'.<!? "ai'e pai*"!
for printing reporta Reporta wara w
dered raprlnted and charged for aa aea
matter. Thara - ao agencj to paaa
upon tha value of tha printing or tha
general worth of the prlntflfl*a" prod
.\n hu ??!? irating Benator bmu K't up.
aa oaa Benator dld in March of laat
.imi ni" a to have rgporta printed
b* the thouaand. hanaimg ovar to thi
pniii. 1 from fT-0,-000 ta IIOO.OOU.'
1 'ii- Inatam ? af 1 kt a* ? ? leration li
Bi . n in Baagti blll No. 370>-tt 115,;
Introduced ?? Benator Malone Thlal
hiii vva*- ifAd twlca oui, rad prtntid aod
eoaimltted 10 tha CToaunittoa ag o-air*
for Clties. When that *-*ommitt*-r*e r??
.?,, 1,1 ii ;;,-, orabl). with amendmenta,
li ara ordered reprlnted and referred
to the commlttea of the e/hol*"*. Wh**n
ommitt4*-4 amended 11 agaln it
wai ordered lo h third reading and re
prini'.l agaln.
flttlng foi thla i'iii waa thua
,,*,ieif.i three tlaae not for the partlcu
lai y-rtce- where the teal w-.,. chai ?? ? but
fui ih,- athoie mii Tbe Barn* treatmenl
? i ne Aaacmhlj.
? in three ttaea It-veatlgated," the ab
itraci wyi "compoattton w*a pai-l foi
nine time** over, when th>> actual coat af
th.- compoaltioi Ix cbwm ol tha amend
? ? (hc* Id not ?? thi atate mo ?
than |1/' lt li thta kin-i of *A<-ik whhh
makei m dtaln on Ui*- rreaaurj of H-O.0K)
lo ij."""" annuall: aa extra appropria*
tiotir- lo ..- . ?
'1 ha- i.> <>.mpanj. In gett *
bonansa ?^^ ff,i,...i to releaai on* almoal
e*ually profltable ti- tbi Argua eompan*
Iin the form of contracta for departmental
circulara an.i blaaka Thla contract
aara, tnd we d :---i nut ,if < <?m
retitlon if the *, il i foi bldding
a ara ao drawn thal thi 1 d 'i not ahut
tn.- pnntei who a ia rol awara what uli
i ilai i .,riil blai ln vi ordei ed fi ora
him
The ab*iracl gl .i onei? i ? rideiu i ol
the grafl ln the pi ntlng of th< ? circu?
lara -oni blanki w-,'k done b thi .rguol
? ompanj Thla woi - ln thi
contract, waa done b* tha Lyon **ompan*
Bome of the . aamplea of thi prit*1l*8gaa en- j
? ? , ii\ thfl Argin . ompai Ib thia woi k
? i. I.\ tde following fl|
... K4J|
i ou* a- I I
-
.,
? - . , - ? 1 | 1 ., % ? |i ..,
??
Sn . .?....*,,. I , ...
prli i thi - f... -.. ,,r k
now, foi lha *tm? qua oi papei and i
ippliea, a,.. from 30
thaa tii** Ly*B
, . . the ap.
and ? * ' .
I |Bg4 I i,',*- - ?? thl .-.I.*.! - ? ... | I,,.
"I.' I 111 ll foi ' | I..
laai
Bids Are Averaged.
Bldi f"i fi'ti;.. ti for ' bi M cln ilara*, '
? , !? h ? ? i. ? each item. are -?ver- i
--.,??.?? to I ? - - i ? i - - - ~,> i ha t j
i ii. out aid** i ? . ii ?? im a . ???* much
m aach Item hi a III hBvi i-, pei
f.u 'n. 'I.
bld fo al ' ilara and blanki from So
* -,, \., I . : .,,: ? ei
\,.i a.iiiv ,,i. |h | enjo ad bf
the Aii.
Uona opportun t In thi api I
? atlaaa ? alttag tot ? it-a.n km.i or p-pei. j
Thr eontrtu toi the latea, I
,*!r,i upea i" ild ei ? , ii--' ?-? -it* ii I
Waetoa'i a"d Craae'i p.ir i Ot con ?
the printer 44 hn has no pull v-ith ihe de?
partmenl will bave to baaa hla hiris upon a
profll t" ba mada on air. aorl cf paper
(allei) for l..' th" ' "i troMir. th" Perretaf
of Btati, the Btate Treaaurer or ;mv othi
offl' ial 'ihe inafde bidder doea not do
.11 * thing ol tha aort, bul offera to do work
al .1 priea whleh, If called for, wouM
bankrupt him. iie offtra to do tha worl
oh a eheaper papei al 1 price larcanoualy
high. atl by tha unbalanced bidding K**t.s
tha contract ami then Itnda that some
friei,r|i\ s pi ti t in earii rlrparttnent Callfl
conunuoual] for thal quality ef paper
v\ 11 ?.?! 1 aill r-i4e in.- greateat prent to the
?Ul ? ?>?- - ful 1 irltlet
t not her i.iDphr.ie m the epeclflcaUona
; lound In the fai ? thal th* contract
,- .x tne lucceaaful bidder all other *>"??
In the st.-iir departmenta an hundrada <t
itema of fltattoner; and blanka uaed coa
tinuoualy, for none nf TAhi.h n ? hm
n ide, Thi pi cea ara flxed al tn? "pre
'., Ilng" quotatlom in New Tork and Al
bony, and the rierk of the Printinc
Board and the contractoi determine what
1 ir m 1 uling pricea are.
Graft in Many Waya.
"The itationerj ar<i tj'pewritlni aup*
; ' th.. ebati icl ontlnui a, "ara In he '
aame general grati tn oaphere as th*
printing "f drculara aini blanka Theai
BUppllea |n ? .;.' eOOt In mtinrl iiiitnhtt s
4. tl though thi ? lude more than
fiflfl rlifferent DO attempt Iih-.
been made bj anj ona to ?taanardlfle
iiiem 01 to purchaac them by oontract
Bacl departmenl orderi whal H pie-ses
? there la na atandard l_1 fr"in which
i" make .1 ?election."
The dlacrepancj n tke ,? cee pa d ?
differenl departmenta '? iimiiar artlclea
shown ln mai - The 1 'on*
troller'i edta pa 11 far earbon
papi 1. tie M'. ... 1'. partmeal
MM. aad lha Board ot ''la.in-* t; The
Btate An hlte * : pencl for MM
? the ? : . H
I 1 ? - Banking
Departmenl 1: each ibav ate hnu-jht i.
r ? | . | ,. | ?
Ita ).? Xt ?*' .1 dOBCn
1 ,* oa eomi 11 ? oyed 11 ai other
fo:m ,,f ,| il k nealth 111 the rl-.panrr.-n
pi Inting ? ontrai 1 foi '.'"'? 44 h ? h ir
rendered to Ihe Krt umpany tm
? 1 ins eontrai u
<,,4,"i,_- \44.. f.-e .? ., '? f,,r 1*1 _?
bul the prinUnn ,...-? n. >t..t?? pai.t \K*a
?x44J>i:r.i through "extraa." t.. g?*_? ?>?-'
Henneaai - eti r la whlch the printed
nh?>,? 44?. .1 tn tjovemar
Gij nn - attentlon
ition la the 'iate printing, which
i un Iei .mi 4., 1 tn o ir u?t eon
4> ? 1 ? nm familiar wltk
:?? rm 1 n>. >.. relati ceilala fa< Ifl Tbe
I'ommittee af inguli raaaprl inr i"hn
'.11 Di lani N <;--.m1oii
john 1 ' ' ia counael
?eat ? - 4 en 'ng 'indfr >ou.
made ? raporl af noea waate la the -.tate
printing. anri Mid:
?Th-* T':-: nlinsr BOflUTd Ifl denied BVCB
the p,.44et to determine the charaatar
of ..|.irlcation ta be bld upon. <"- the
.-.i.'aniit'.'fl- of prlntinsr to he otdered or
,,,,,!,-! t ..j for The prea* al pilntiag
Ian- ot th<* **ta*e appcais to have he-Ti
eepadally wall (ie.--iffnr.ri to crmnot*
extravagance and waate and ahsu
lutely to prevenl any effort toward
economy. the Umltattona np-*n the
pr.vi er n- the board prrvent any aetual
.?r,ntrr,i, nnd the eatahllahmenl af an
offl.-ial board unrter BU?b .-onditions
!<-? on!4- a pretence at protectlng the
taxpa ?? era <>. I lu atate,
"The experta eraployad by jreur r-om
mlttee are unanimoua in their opinion
thal tha v. i) large laviag ca ild i"
made If the law permltted propar
metheda of purchaac and regulation.
\\ r hava had prepared an.i ienl to the
Legtalatore a new printing law, and
we reeommend ita enactment.
Tha pnntinj- expeH p-ointed ou in a
reluminoua ai>? i unchanengad repori th?
ayatem hy whir-h the atate waa-cheated
', ,. , can lr.it e thai report on a; pln-ation
to Mr. (ohn ll. Delane; Twa of thr. g%
perta, Mr. Ifaraden ?;. Bcott. prealdent af
'Big gix.' anri Mi. Qeorge OConnell. bi
employlng printer, arorked on thia report
under m> dlrectlon.
"The i.iii eubmltted bj ti.e coaamittea
..? nquiry, areak aa II waa araa defi
in the Legialal n uuomrIi tha Influenci
n** the printing rlng. There is ne aubjeci
im tiie Hiat.. that calla for action at 4our
handa more than this cootlnuoue ateal In
X., ? printing, Al any inn<* Mr. Ifaraden
Q. Bcotl will coma voluntariljr al your do
sirr- to ihow 'in where the fraud i* .md
-A here ll haa bai i
"Aa * o i are a printer > o iraelf and know
the buaineaa ??> well. it nta] nai he
nai ?? pon Mr. Bcotl 1 am
ronfldenl thal -. reading ol me repori of
. . ipertfl arlll y.i-.:*'.\ ,,, , (hai .Ira.sti.
,,??.,.. - . ? . - ?>,. r - .
ARTHUR H.
HAHLO-CO.
569 Fifth Avenue
EXHIBITION
of ETCHINGS
By
J. ANDRfi SMITH
including hia new Italian Seriea
H.M.TELLERDEAD;
30 YEARS SENATOR
Led Free Silver Bolt from
Republican Convention
in 1896.
LEFT AS 10,000 SANG
"RED, WHITE AND BLUE"
Servcd in Prcsident's Arthur's
Cabinet Native of New York,
but Went West Early.
Doavor, Fob ? H-anry M TOller, I?
mora. thaa thlrty yeara Unlted Bt ?
tienrttor ttorn Celerado. lled hera aa
t,,,!-,' af the home of bia daughter, M
,| , -| i, | nr Tellei b rt- r _n* f<> ir
yaon old -ip-i ha.i b*?n III tw* yean
Twa week- aco bi- ? ..nd.tion becaaBI
rritlcal, an.i laat alght ? aaah mt* aa
r-onactouanaaa, from whl-ah ba aeeer
rallled
Hobt. Meori TeN-nr, whe *>??-??; la tha
Inito'l Stntea .-<*nat* from UU te H*
wlth tha aacopttoa ot th* threi rea i
from Ittl ??' toaa*. when ha #aa Bacratary
of thi latertor la tha Cahtaet of pn
ria-1,1 trthur, '?m.* into tii?- llaaallghl mora
promlnentl] than avei bafora ln *-***** bt*
h. lad a littli d pf frea afll ?
ad ocatea aui of th-* Republican Natkmal
Convention ln st Louh ln IM a o*n H
nominated McKtntey foi I aod
*d*pt*d a uoi-i -<iHiid-i'H ptotform. Ha
wa-i then reatorded aa th* abl*.?t advoi-at-*
ot trr,. ttiver in tha Weat, aod bo atreat
ua- Iii" hohl on hla COnatltUeBtB 'Mat he
u.-s ra-el*rfced to th< Banata ln laaaary,
IMT, aa an Indeptradent Bilver Republican,
Ing M out of lal vetea Another re
electlon came to hun in ISM Thla time
ha -,-,' ..rr the Dentieeratle - -.
Tha R*puhllcan lonvention of l"'.**, waa
dom*nated by Mark Hanna. Thera ?-.
ri , hanee that tbe ?ii\*r plank wauld fra
idopted, : nt Teller would not arlthdraw
until noaea wera couated on tn* laao*,
a),,| all through th* p*cl.minane.*j be
fought for Bilver, evea after th* roiicaii
or ti,-* atatea ahowed thal tha Repub
ii.*Hii* wer? going for geld. Ha itaade i
dramatlc apeech, Interruptajj bv xoh-., an.l
i*ft th-* hall with hla loyal followeri
whlla t*n thouaand d?l*gat*a an.i ?.p*c
tatora raa* In th,*ir chaira and aang "Tha
i:*,i. Whlta an-l Blue."
Mr. Teller was born In < *iat*,:-,*r. All*
o nty, n v.. on Maj -? ?
h* ?aw j-oiitiai eampalgna In thr*. ^mtr.
.i i -\<*!l a." in Colorado an-l T Ili noi?. II*
wa** bronalit up a Demo.rat, b lt BCted
wlth the Republican party for forty yeara
He livr.i in New York until Itfl, vinen h*
went to lllinola, where ha raanalacd until
th* outbreak of th* Clvll War. Thi
went to colorado. H** deaerted th* Demo
eratle partj In Ittfl on :h* BUnrery que*
tinn ;iii,i became -. Republinn.
Mr Teller araa *'i'ir*ateri at Ruehferd
Academi an.l .\!fie<] Unieeralty, and araa
tted to fha. bar at Blnghamtoo aftw
ha had taughl achool for alght or t*n
i ni Allegany nnd Chttaraugua mun
\s -rt achool taacher h* receiv*.i HS
,i month tn atart, Takinj; up the praetlca
ui Colorado, Mr. T*ll*r be.anie In
!,??, ttot ln po Itlce, but b*ld no offl. * uatfl
ha waa elactad i>> th* Bgnata in 1171
When he went to -.'oloiadu lt wa?* a ter
rltory, thera wer* few tranaportation fa
ea ruiii recentlj Mr. 'iviler. -.pa-akm*-;
of th-* hlgh coal of li\!r,f-, re. all*ri | at
* ? ra * i da rn iDi over Iwfera th*
Clvll War. v. the tlma ha went to r>>*n
ver. no.- a rit\ of .'f-'.i-'-. inhabitant.-*, th*r?
?il l .'??> peraoaa in the to-,* r.
Benator Teller aiwa><- to<->k ? piominent
part in the dlacuaatona ln tii* Banate an.i
THE LABEL
In an atfe wben one n_ta't
lahel so often ccroers a rhajtj.
tudc of somebody eUe'j $,-.'
the followin-^ statementshoujj
be of interest to Owners:
This Company ***erfornu &
rect a greaier pcrcenta*fc.0f
the actual work on a buildinrf
than any other contractor,
with the result that a Thomp!
son-Starrett buildin-f, it t
Thompson - Starrett buildig?
and noi somchodvelte'shutld!
inj( masquera-i:n'( under a
Thompson-Starrett label.
THOMPSON-STARRETT
COMPANY
R .1 ".:?;< -;a-.*rnct eyri
lld's
rientals
Few persons who*
tastes demand the bett
can afford timf to bt>
ron:e exprrt judges of
the finrr arts and crafti.
Fhis il a< true of
Oncntal rugs a? of
crramics.
There must bf some
rccogni/ed peg upon
which ?.r>u may hang
your confidenre.
JOifl-PHAytLD&Ol
Fith Aaa aad 3_h St
rxieitSpfrialty]
pU4f*mAmi*^riaiy
44a-- ? of ' ? flgurea af th*t
l.o.l ? IK I Mti ? ? pepeel to tka
c.,4 et nment i ? i--. na ? a. ., ?-'
one ,,f the laal *a**eechee he madt ??
Waahlagton wa? an at;,.-.. upo*. ? ? 1 .
fl Ml.
fl
YALE ALUMNI DAY OPENED
Attempt to Revive Snowballinf
Contest Not Successful.
\. iv Haven, Feb 2 AloineJ url-rerei*
pened at Vale to-day "4 tne j.i'_r
of membera ot alumni i&iit* At ta
same Mme the .- I "*?'? v Enjlaa*
Yale ' 'ln1*-' ' I " . mxBttg
ng Bamuel G Buahaell of teuta
??' rbAt*p(>*
vlce-prealdent, and Arthur A inmtt.it
Prmrldenea
ine programme Included >hapal krx
? ',, Vl-.lt? t'? t??
di pertataatal aaUdlaaa,
1 incheon. ? meeting nt whlch ?t ? I
te and problemi -.er*
dergrad
by Prealdent Hadley. aad an evealaf
v -.(fort 1 ? *? aa '"r,e?
?.,-. , . ateet betwaaa en)
Crcahmea and aophomoree failed.
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALE8. J ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALE8.
Last Days of Exhibition
"Notable Art Treasures which no
one can afford to miss seeing."
American Art Galleries
Madiaon Square South, New York
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
The Highly Important Collection of
Notable Paintings
Collected by the late
Clement A. Griscom
or rHir.APr.i.rHiA.
and which are to be aold
At Unrestricted Public Sale
Thursday and Priday Evenings of this \\cck
at 8:45 o'CIock
In the Grand Ballroom of THE PL.AZA
Fifth Avenue, Fifty-Ei-fhth to Fifty-Ninth StreeU, N. Y.
i iSmittSm m tht aala If 9**** ta f>? twd fret a/ ''" ? " ""*
A PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED DE Ll M ? ATALOO ; {l-BB
ited hdition) will bc mailed pOStpsM on rfCCipl "I 1 au I'ollar*..
-ALSO
To be sold at unrestricted Public Sale
At the American Art Galleries
Madiaon Square South, New York
To-day (Tuesday) and the Four Following AftcrncK)rij
of This Week, and Concluding Monday Next,
March 2d, at 2:30 o'CIock.
The Extraordinary Private Collection of
Beautiful Old Chinese Porcelains
FORMED DURING THE PAST TWENTYFIVE YEARS BY
S. S. Cafvalho,
A r.ANDMJ.Mfc CATALOGUE lllu-tr-ted l** Autochtomitic
Color Plates and Half-tonf rfpradvcttoftl will Ye miilcd
poitpaid to early ipplicintl ?>m rc^cipt ot I'-au l?ollar>.
Ihr .air. nill be rontutiett h* MR I MOM A?* I klKB.
?Miat<*- h> Mr. Oll- Hrra-t. ot
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, M?r?.
41 I a?l M.I Mr-fl-l. Madlaon v- ?..ulh. \r? .-r_
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