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CRITICS OF MESSAGE O'?orman Says Free Tolls Question Is Persistently "Confused." TAKES ISSUE WITH WILSON STATEMENT President's Appeal for Sake of Foreign Policy Resented Also by Some. I Krom 1 he Tribune Bureau. ' H a*hington, March ... Criticism of ^resident Wilson's attitude in demanding the repeal of the. fror tolls provision or the Panama Canal act OSUM mostly from ?he DeSBOCratie ranks after the President had delivered his message t" ( '"tigress In pei bob to-daj Senator < i'i Le man issued a statement to-night taking issue tvttk the Pissldsnt. Other Democrats said that they atood ready to ' Id to hiin bSCattSS of the. in? ternational complications referred to in the executive message, rait that they were ? 't yet convinced that the United States had not the right to exempt Its own ves? sels from the payaieat of toils. Som** ReSjmbncans also said that tho President bed "turned a graceful somersault " Almost without exception the House leaders declined to comment on the moo* gpsaksr Ctark kad "nothing what ever" to nay. Mr. Underwood said lie would make no comment Representative Mann, Republican leader, would not talk, Ri preeeutatlve rdurdock, Bull Moo.??' lead ? -, withheld comment, but said I?? ? poetad that fin Progressives would line ... almost solidly against the repeal pro '.'USlll. The two concluding sentences in the ?. ident's message brought an under current of adverse comment More than one member privately asserted that the message would have been mort effective had the Pl-SSddent not .?-aid: "1 ask this of you in support of the foreign poiiey of the administration. I Shall not know how to deal with oth? t matters of even greater delicacy and nearer consequer.e If >ou do not grant it to me In ungrudging measure." Call It a Surrender. This unusual appesd was eonatruod by s itertatn clement i,i Congress to reflect s surrender to Great Britain because of the Mexican situation anl to other nations because of the possibility of trade war.'. and reprisals. On.- Influential member SS s'rt.d that the United rftates had bien placed in "a humiliating position." I'halrman Adamson of the. House Com* mitte?, on Inter.-t?te and Foreign Oom merce thoroughly approved of the Pros!? dent's mswsgs and ?aid the bin to re? peal the tolls section would be reportetl to-morrow by an overwhelming vote. There is little doubt that the repeal HI! ?ill go through Congress. Its fate would 6 m a eertala, however, bad Bot made a p? raooal appeal to? day to his party T yield to no one m respect for the President's motives or patriotism, and I withhold my approval of his recomm? nds tion with regret.'- said O'Gorman's state? ment. "Believing his proposal unwise, unnecessary and destructive of the bt ' ? rests of the American people, my duty 88 a Senator of the United States offers me no alternative but resistance to the proposed repeal "Kx-Presddent Taft. Philander C Kimx, s s BqiiioIbij of state; Oscar W. Under? wood. Democratic leader in the House of Representative*. and Richard I llBM gseretary of State la Mr. Ctsvelaisd's ad? ministration, have asserted that In their opinion the exemption of coastwise ves? sels from the payment of tolla in the PaSBSBSa ?'anal dots not violate the Hay I'auncefote treat;-. Theofl gentlemen are laerjrera of recognized ability, and the ?-"resident does not express an opinion to the contrary, lie asserts, however, that no one outside of the United Btati fends our couret It be Will i?jad The i/oi:don Luv Review* i"- will learn that sa English lawyer? have nor reded that toils exemption is In hurirlony With "Ur treaty obligations. German and other ''ontinental writers have expressed th-j sanie Vies. "Moreover, tins opinion la shared b; es? President Roosevelt dttrlag Whose atlmm 'atxation tiie ltay-Pauncofote treaty wa" framed and adopted. The President no.v states that the tolls exemption constitutes a mistaken economic policy, but 1 prefer to accept his Judgment announced when he was a candidat* for the Presidency, when he pointed out the obvious economic idvantageu of this legislation. Th<: plat 'orm of the D?mocratie party, as well as the platform of the Progressive party, de lares that American ships engaged in seatwise trade ?hou'.d pay no tolls, to the end that, cheap transportation by water will enforce cheaper transportation bv the competing trans'ontinental rall reejssj. ' There has been a systematic effort to 'onfuee the real issue in this controversy. Th? word *vcsse!-.' a? used In the treaty means vessels engaged In overseas trade. It does not embrace vessels eagaged hi local or dornestio trade. Thta was the Interpretation placed by Great Britain for more than sixty years upon precisely -mular language employed in the treaty Of IV. i. T he. Supreme Court of the United States, In Olson agt. Smith. HI U 1 , re - ognlzed the propriety of thl-i interpreta Repedl It. Says Root. I flunk tliat the Pr.-.sident's ?jrtessagS IS ?cry riser east,** ?aid Bssrattor f4tmmons, and rales t'.e duty of S?-nat'-rs plain. if the Setiste and the Bottee fall to h'*p I'ort the President In his proposition ss outlined in hat stsseage lo-day It aeeaea to oie tl?at this OtrUUtiy would he 1. ft in an ? insupportable position, especially from the viewpoint Of forefgB nati'm' ,,tor Hoot BBld: "I STOB'1 want lO eaaaeaesMl ??* restgth sa the apse?*?, beg my iBSfWeSSBOn >? iv at if I 'ongn-fs Is goitig to ? t? un previous aetlesj in any way the proper thing 1? fea <t la M-p'-al the dis latien altogether sad not rm alg aVOld the Isk'je t>v authorising the J'rehl dent to Impose tolls on American ships" Senator Kern, majority leader of the Set.ate, said: "it was a good message. I war, chairman of the committee on resolu? tions at Baltimore that adopted the tolls ? v.'tnptions plank In th* Democratic plat? form, and I don't want tu animadvert against soni'-tbing for which T w as parti) responsible but if I vote to reverse my? self on the tolls question It ?III not be be? cause 1 think 1 ?M wrong !n tho first place. Hut to help the President carry out his foreign policies I think I shall sup? port him, although I have not quite made up my mind." Senator Gallltiger. loader of the minor? ity, said: "1 think the Pr?sidant extri? cated himself from an awkward situa? tion with nniarkuMe skill. But there's frothing in his International argument. Th? situation eonfroatlng the united States la almplg a caw of bluff on the pari of certain well known pow< ra i FREE TOLLS REPEAL URGED BY WILSON I ?m .lined from flr*t page. sage on UM Panama tous question, sonic of the phrases used by th? Presi? dent attracted widespread comment In nuilgiseslimsl quarters as relating to I foreign relations In general, in gome ? quarters t?tere WSS S disposition to P8 ? gard some of his statement? In the nature of a warning on the difficulties Involved in "Other matters of even greater delicacy and nearer conse? quence" Later in the day the President him? self, in talking With callers, explain??) that these phrases had no significance beyond their bearing on th? need of \ ligui-ous good faitii in th?-" Panama tolls question, as an evidence of nnwaver? i rig good faith on all other questions, and that nothing critical was pending :n foreign relations. But the language of the message continued to bo com? mented upon as having an application considerably broader than the Panama . question. Thro? pointa In particular were ?noted: First, the President's statement ? that no communication he had yet ad? dressed to Congress carried "graver or i more far-reaching implications to the .interest of tho country"; second, thai ?everywhere outside the United Mat. a [the language of the 1 la>-Paun. clot" treaty was given bul one Interpreta? Itlon; and third, the concluding state? ment 83 to "other matters of even ?greater delicacy and nearer conse? quence." I The President further told his .-allers thai while he had never received any j formal communications on the subject, I lie had understood that European na I tion.s generally took ths same view as ?dial Great Britain, that the Hay* i Pauncefote treaty v,as violated by th I Panama Canal act. No pointed out j that. In dealing with foreign affairs, na? tions which believed the I'nited States did not kep 8 promise on so important i treaty as the Hay-Pauncefote con? vention would not be likely to expect sincerity on other delicate queetlona Word had com?' to the President uf a general Impression In Europa that the United States was "sailing as close to j the wind as possible" in interpreting ; promise? made in its treaties. No pros.s ! ure had been brought to bear by any nation to emphasize Its view la this connection, but the President felt con? fident that foreign governments liad this feeling on the subject. -. iLONDON PRAISES MESSAGE1 1 "The Daily Graphic" Says Wil? son Has Taught a Lesson. ?London, March o "ihe Dell) Graphic" in an editorial this morning praises Presi? dent Wilson's special nMSssgs to Con? gross urging the repeal of the clause of the Pananu Canal act exempting from the payment of tolls American ceastwisa shipping. "President Wilson yesterdS) afforded I UM l nit'd .states and the larger world) outside," says "The Dally Qraphic," "a singularly Impresslv? illustration of the! loftliMBBJ and oorrectnesa with which lie ? interprets tils duty as the Chief Magis? trate of the Republic To do right, and to do It loyally and generously without quibble or hesitation, in a lesson that sad? ly wants teaching to the, world of states? manship, and Prct.ldent Wilson has taught it With admirable affect. Nor baa be failed to enaphaatss the fa.-t that In mat? ters of this kind th?j highest honesty Ig also the largest wisdom.'' "Th.; Times," In an editorial, saya: "The striking message which President "Wilson read to CongffOSS yesterday, what ever its practical results, will Win him the approbatioti and respect of all that is best amoiiii the ITtngtiBh npaag/lng na? tions of th?; globe." The editorial points out that by a curi? ous coincidence tt.e messag? <'..in. :, al tho same tim?: sa th? memorial to Parlia? ment urging Premier ?asqulth to recon? r-id< r th? government*? refusal to partiel? pat? o, th.- Panama-Paftithi Exposition. ? w <? <io not put thee? two mattei on the -ame plane," "The Times" continu.. "it need hardly be t^id la ooamaon with ail Etigllshmen that ?re always have known that the refusal of our govern m?ut to participate, at San l*ranclaco has basa wholly unconnected with tea action I of the United Matea with regard to i l'anarna lolls and the treaty, but hsnea | forth, it ssetna to us, the taro sub ? ? j must be connecte.i, and Connected In th? , happi-sf way ?after Prsaidanl ?Vilaon'a aseasage it hi bardl) conceivable thai our j government can Bgaln declina te gratify ?maatoes opinion and Aasertoan s?-nti aaent Is the way in which th.- country U In s and the members of Parliament ask They, too, must boo thai the larg? thing to do is the only tiling we CBS Sftord to do President Wilson bus stlOWH 1 on grew how a mistaba ?.ugiit to be so? kaowlodged snd repaired, sad 8ur?.!> it will not remain deaf to the lesson." There Is Only One "Bromo Quinine" To Get Tho GENUINE, Omll for The Full Mame Laxative Bronte Quinine Umnd Tho World O vor to Our o o Gold In Otto Doy Wheaevsr you lee I a i ?>ld corning on think of th? BBBgag I.*?*tiv# Brom?* Quinine. Look 1<>r this eigrialure on th? boi. 25c. s%& BILL A MENACE TO RAILWAYS-LOREE Ban on Interlocking Direc? torates Might Depreciate Values, He Says. FOREIGNERS LIKELY TO WITHDRAW CAPITAL Tells House Committee That Available Number of Capable Directors Is Limited. fFrom Til? Tribun? Bureau. I Washington, March 5.?Contending that the business world, now beset with doubts ard troubles, should not be the victim of hastily prepared legislation. U F. I.oree, Pr?sident of the fxlaware & Hudson Company and former president of th? Baltimore A Oblo, t.?-day urged the House Judiciary Committee not to prohibit Inter licking directorates among common car? riers A blanket prohibition against Interlock? ing directorates-, Mr. I.oree argued, would result in confusion and possibly a de? preciation of railway values and further timidity on the part of the Investor, "The nexus between the multitude of corporate owners and the corporate prop? erty is the board of directors." Bald Mr Lore?, "and repreeenta th?i sole means by Which tl??- form, r exercises over the latt.r the ordinary i-ikIi's of ownership." Mr. Lores asserted that Insurance com? pain. .-, ravings banks, guarantee and trust companlea S?d SVen charitable insti? tutions and endowed universities are In vestora in railroada and bavi aided th??lr development If these Institutions are ?M nled Um right to name such directors as they deem convenient, be a?i?l??l. the In? vestments will be regarded as less dc slrable Number of Capable Director? Limited. Mr. Leree reminded the committee that the available numbi r of capable directors is limited, end b? continued: "Board? of directors are responsible to the OWnera for Uta quality Of Hour man? agement; competenl owner? naturally ?eaft to be represented by ?lire, tors of demon atrated competence and the available number is limited. Wa Bbould have s riwponaibla directorate, not a dummy dl r.-ctorat.v Directora do not vote upon matten In which they have personal In? ter? ' adverse t.. thot a of the corpom tion, and Violators of this principle would poedily loee reputation for Integrity. The same Individual in many cases represents tho same group Of investors in corpora? tions so widely separated that there could be betwi n them neither identity of inter? est nor conflict of nation, and so the most extreme notion of public policy would not justify a law restricting the owners' right to be ao r. presented. "Any i urtaUment of the ordinary right of any corporate owner freely to choose those Whom ha will support for directors and to vote for any persons by whom he may wish to be represented in the direc? torate is 8 restriction upon the power >.f th? owners to control Die property. Every curtailment of ordinary ownership rlg'its must reduce the attract Iv so see ?>f the in? vestment ard Impair ability to obtain needed capital, and the proc?s?, may go far enough ssrtously to crippta the indus? try affected. "The United States is not jet fren from the need of n "ting to foreign money markets to s? jure capital in excess of what their own .?Uzen:, are able to fur? nish, in every Buch case the appeal for foreign support BrUSt be made through porsOBS who have the OOOUdeaOB of Hi' foreign Inventor? or banhora it ts im? possible that the number of Americans enjoying such confidence at say particular time should bt rerj gnat. Which restricts the choice of the directors through wh ?m foreign'investors are represented. Foreigner* Might Withdraw Capital. ??If ti? individ?ala who hitherto have ented foreign fnvi ton on two <r mote directorate? arc forbidden to con tlnu? their services as in the pa t the* Investors are likely t.. f.. i that their own? ership rights have been tefrlngSd and to withhold further capital and posslbl to withdraw much already Invested. Ameri? can aharea and bonda held sbroed so near ly approximate, as to tola country as a whole, the Matu:> of demand notes that their ladsmptioa at a price, whenever ?nroin. chooses to sell, cannot well be avoided." With limitations to protect legit?malo trade secrete, Prei-ld? nt Wilson ami mem? ber? of the Congressional Committees are a groad that the powers of publicity to be given to tt.- proposed Int-rstate TraJe Commission Should be as broad a:i BO glbla Tie- Pra id" nt 1't thi.> I- knovMi to-day When explaining the status of pending anti-trust ineasui c>. Upon being asked whether tho commission ahould consist of thrci or live members, ho said he did not see much difference and that the commit? tees would determuM. Th? T'l.-iident g?V? the impies: Ion tl.it boom of th? bilks which iceb to itoflm .Sherman law might be abandoned. II apoha "f the danger of deiinlng a law upon which there already had been many ? ? . lorn The ??tlicuity. he pointed out, was to make any supplapwntery laws m?. tul without making th? prohibitions they earn.?! eonfUCt with the ?Sherman law it.'- If. _ HASSETT TRIAL MARCH 18 Justice Seabury Sets Date? Orders Special Panel. The hr. t trial growing out of I'lstnct tttorney Whitman's graft proba 'hat of Thomas lias, it, Boargsd ndtb attempted grand lar.env, will open on March IS. .Iijstii <? Scilmrv. of th. Supreme <"ouit, on motten of Assistant District Attorney i-.i. hanf. -.i the data yesterday and granted s motion for ?? ?jpacial panel ?.f ?.ne bundle.i talesmen from widest te ?ira? a Jury. Justice V?*a*non M Davla win pri aid? si Um trial m it wa former confidential sgsnt for Slat.- l.nu'i'i?-. r .lolin A. B?nSSt Th? Indictment rttargaa that h? triad to obtain ISS.Seg from Anthony C DOOglaSB, f\ Mayor of Niagara rails, as tin ptios tor getting th? Miih.iii runnel rjontraet <>f th. CateMll aq.luc? from the ?*oard <>t Water Supply. DOSBjtaas refus?.I to pay Slid latir t-? I? I his story to th? grand Jur* Moved by reports from Albany that stati- Bnadneer Passai ceald net hi found by ti..- Aaaambly grafl Invtstlgatlatg eem nrlttee, arhlcfe w.mt^ htm ?s a ?ritneaa, reportera called at Ba?*s?f,a o?Vees, No II itatt.-rv- pi..lerda Oaasi asstat nt --iii.I Mi Keiifel win .now hound last unday and Monda* at hi? country plaot In Mew lerssy, hut had spent Wsdnesdaj afternoon in the New imk nahosa and ibSfl ?Inri?'! '... Mb.iir ?WORTHINGTON AGAIN HELD I Broker Arrested Seventh Time . in as Many- Days. ? rdCSgO, March 5. -John W. Worthlng I ton, liead of the broken American Bank* ing 6.8801 Is thin who lias been charged . with roaay irregularities, was arrested to? night for the seventh time In as many days. As the banker Steeped from the de? tective bureau, where lie obtained 1*010888 ? ni a fc.ooo bond, be was served with a fed? eral warrant charging him with using the mails to defraud. The warrant was identical with the one served on Harry M Thomas, said to have been associated with Worthington. It is alleged that the two represented them? selves as brokers In 1911 and obtained fc.-X?) worth of Btock and 68*801 in certificates of ! deposit from tho Central Savings Hank, at Waterloo, Iowa. Tho sto?-k and c-rtifl -flStes have disappeared, it Is charged. Thomas was released on bonds. A receiver was appointed to-day for the banking association and attorneys for the creditors estimated \\ ?uthlngton's ru-sets i at ItXW.O?O. They could not say what th? . liabilities were. B HITS HARRISON'S PHILIPPINE RULE Governor Is Heartlessly Dis? charging Americans, Repre? sentative Miller Says. [Prom Tl.? Tilhune Bureau 1 Washington, March 5. -The charge that the Harrison administration In the Phll , Ippine islands has brought tho arbltrarv and heartless discharge of hundreds of Americans holding positions there after | service In the Spanish war and Phillp ptne insurrections via. mad.- in the House to-day by Representative sfiiler.of Minnesota. v\ho receatty %isitci the island.'. Mr. Ifiller asserted that in hia zeal to give Filipinos placa und. r the Island government the new Ooveroor bed dropped faithful employ.?* without warn? ing, und that many of the discharged men arc now destitute aid dependent upon charity, These ez-eoldlers, he said. have been off. red free transportati.ui home, but those hiiving families in tie islands havo spurned it "Thank God," said Mr. Miller, "that these soldiers in the Philippines who en tered the governmenl service an?! have taken unto themselvoa daughters of ths .island- a their Bivos and bave familles to-day, who now face starvation and , want through lack of eiaplo, mi nt, pri for I tO continue in Starvation and waul, and to di?-, if necessary with their famine.,. rather than repudiate their domestic ties and take free transportation to Ann rica - the only thmg offered them." Mr. Miller said that soon after taking office Governor Harrison bad sdopted the policy of discharging true und trained American officials and minor employes in the Philippin, service and had given their putees to Filipinos, il.- remarked that ' rOt 'i nor Han i-cn had n< 11 r dl nil Interview saying that he WOUld take sardonic pleasure In reiBOVlug Republi? can officeholders, but Mr. Ifiller said, lie did not allege that only Ri pu; lit BBS had been discharged. "It is about these former soldi? rs that 1 protest," be said. "They w.-nt there and fought under tho flag when tho bullets Boa thick. i'ii. \ have rendered faithful BervtOS Since then and they havo he. n kicked out like dogs by tho m-w admin! - tratloB. Th< y ?rere kicked eel without bread to eat and without a word of warn? ing." That the Filipinos are utterly Incapable of self-government and that there has ?...?H lii'Teasing tendency toward extrav 8gai*r**S In appropriations since the Fili? pinos tvaro given control of both branches of the legislativ-, body v-as Incidentally charged by the kCismcsota member. SPANISH ELECTIONS NEAR; MINISTRY APPREHENSIVE Catholics Are Urged to Vote Against Liberals?Premier Declines to Prophesy. [By Cable to Tb? TOI 'in. i Itadrid, March ... With the gonsrsl par? liamentary ?lectmn only I iwav it i;i evident that th?. gOVentmeBt i ; greatly concerned as to its outcome, Al though it la Impossible to forecast what the returns Will Show, and the giving and taking of odds he ROl tnanv adepts 1" Spam, the defeat of the government is considered aa quite on the. cards. Newspaper reporters have been be Ir Ing Premier Dato, asking him for an es? timate of the government's chances, but he lias flatly declined to commit himself, and this Is taken as an Inihafon of sp prebenstveni i several bishops and arobbiebope have Issued lettirs urging the Catholii to vote for the government rjaadidates, re? minding them that th" last Liberal gov? ernment planned an atta"k upon the Cath? olic schools. The unusual activity of tho ?.'huroh is a further Indication that the government Is by no muons oonftdent of its strength, for were It Otherwise It l.'i iirt.-iin tiiHt ttii-i nativity would t" Btern i , i ; ly repressed. CHURCH WEDDING FOR THE GUINLES Former Monica Borden Not Content with Civil Cere? mony to Brazilian. 1,000,000 KISSES MAY YET BE PAID - Wealthy Bridegroom's Recovery Rapid Since Breach of Prom? ise Suit Is Dropped. Not content with a civil marriage to Octavio Gulnle. the wealthy Brazilian im? porter, whom she sued for 1000,010 for breach of promise a month ago and mar? ri"! Wednesday night, when he lay sick with grip in the Hotel Blltmorc, Mrs. Octavio Gulnle, who was Miss Monica Borden, will have the church ceremony performed by Father Sheridan, of the Church of Our I*n''.y of Tommies;, Which she had ptfunted when Guinle Jilted her. The couple seemed extrem<?ly happy over the nuurlage Instead of tho breach of promise suit, and the bridegroom bowed signs of rapid recovery after the ; ceremony. Wednesday night he sent for Miss Bor? den, who Uves with her mother at No. 66) Riverside Drive, She refused to come I Without her paiBflt, When It was under ! stood thai Gu?ale wished to marry her t BOO brought her mother, and City Clerk I Scully of the Marriage License Bureau I vvH.H sent for. Shortly after he arrived i and mud?? cut the 11068880. Judge .John U. I Davies camo In and performed the cere? mony, the groom lying in bed. What made Octavio Guinlo. millionaire member of the firm of Gru?ale & Co., No. 43 Broadway, change his mind, waa the assur?mes from his family in Brazil that , he could go ahead with the marriage. Six weeks ago his mother had forbidden him to many Miss Horden under pain of dis? inheritance, which meant a matter of about K1'",""' Ouinle and Miss Rorden had announced th'ir engagement and set the place of the marriage at the Church of Our Lady | of Lourdes, when she Is a worshipper. I The bann:- had been read and everything ,was reedy, when Qulnle's parents, who thought Mi s Bot di ri wei an actress, an* nounced the marriage oit. Quinle regretfully told his flange, who promptly instituted suit for breach of promise and had hi r promised husband seised by deputy sheriffs, who held him until be put up $.")".Oj0 cash bail as se? curity, pending the trial of tho half milllon -suit. Among other things that Miss Borden alleged In her complaint was that Gulnle had promised to make her happy in Pan?? and give her lOftOOt kisucs. STUDENTS IN A REVOLT ; Resent Suspension of Member and Police Guard School. ? spirit of revolt prevailed at the Sec? ond avenue 1.ranch of the Manhattan Pre? paratory BcttOOl last night, when 780 ein bryo lawyers, doctors and engineers went on strike because Oavid Coopersmith, one of tin lr associates, had been suspended for calling a teacher a foul name. Twenty stud, tits who refused to strike received the benefit of that individual teaching that is a feature of more exclusive s hools. aiter Striking the student3 met in Ks sex Hull, where the action of Abraham ! Rubinstein, the principal of the school, ?a as dertOUBCed as high handed. The speakers declared they paid for their tui? tion and that therefore they were entitled to some privileges and consideration. To suspend Coopcnmuth meant to delay his u lug the Hcgents' examination, they said, and this they thought unfair. Professor Kubmstein ib tiled that lie had ndU d I loopersmlth for as long a period as had 1.itated, but said that COO? I sideling the boya liad sen tit to etriko I they might take twenty-four hours more to think things ever. Tt is expected that an spolOgy from Coopersmith will end the tr'.'il.le to-day. Meantime police guard the school ACRITELLTS WIDOW SUES Asks $50,000 for ex-Coroner's Death in a Pullman Oar. Mrs. Ulian P. Aeritelll, widow of Peter P. Aeritelll, who was a coroner 1-i this city and later 1'cputy State Fire Marshal, brought suit yesterday against the New ?York Ceotral Raih*oad Company and the Pullman Company for IM.006 damages for the death of lur husband. Mrs. A'iitelU said that her husband en? gaged an upper berth on the train from New York to Albany on February 18, 1912, and that by reason of the negligence of a porter In removing the ladder Just as Mr. Aeritelll intended to leave his berth he was thrown to tho floor, suffering Injuries that caused his death. S FROM TO-DAY UNTIL NEXT LABOR DAY Right through the entire Spring and Summer. I-rom blustery March through blistery August one box of Holeproof Hosiery For Men, Women and Children 6 Pairs Guaranteed to Wear 6 Months Will wear you, if you buy them to-day in a Brill Store. Not one cent more of hose expense during all that time. Not one precious moment to be given to darning. A money saver and a labor saver, from to-day until next L^ibor Day. lor Men, h pairs, ft.50? .Merceri/ed. 52; Silk Lustre, |J Man's silk Holeproof, I pain guaranteed <<>r three months, 82 1 m Women and Children, 6 r.i?rs, Ms Silk Lisle for Women, ji Woman's Sill Holaproof, ? r-jirs sjisrantaad tor throe mouths, |j II? (/?<? \'ii TorA- A?rtits Mail ami Batata tW*SJSr*8 promptlii filt'd. ?fyUit Syt<o?k4/i4g BROADWAY, dt 49th St 171 BROADWAY, near Clumbers St. 47 CORTI.ANDT ST.. near Gteenwicli 125TH ST., at 3d Ave. UNION SQUAKK. 14th Strcrt, West of Broadway The Equitable Efficiency Idea new?novel?necessary npHE idea of maintaining a corps of efficiency A engineers to guard against the possibility of ?any Equitable tenant leasing more space than is necessary or good for him, is so new as to be novel. But the chief merit of this Efficiency Corps idea lies in the fact that it is necessary and that it will be of incalculable benefit to many Equitable tenants who might otherwise contract for more space than the nature or the dimensions of their business requires. Lease* now being made from May J.1916. The building, how* ever, is duo to bo completed 2 or 3 month? ahead of that dot?. Equitable Building Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street Army and Navy Orders ; Movements of Warshij rrrom Tin?. TrtbtttM Passas.] Washington, March 6 ORDERS ISSUED?Tho following am and navy orders have been issued: AKMY. i BJ tain T. 6k KI.I.Is. oast ai tiller;-, fro to unaaatftx J lift. CepuUna ARTHUR WIU.IAMS an?! wit.lt? \ MITCHELL? corps of engineer.?, to am buildlBg, New York City, for BSSmlSSHeS ? promotions. Colonel VA II.MAM H. ARTHUR LleutenBj -! ALEXANDER S STARK, MalOl BDWIN P WOLFE and PETER C. FIEL1 taina THOMAS i AUSTIN and WtBB COOPER, ah Of .licHl cori.s. from Phlll; 11 sa .luis- 16; te United state?. First I.leiiteiiHiit J"HN' L. TOWNE8, Jr. ron: artillery, from aslgnment 3itli Company, i UnfMBtSBed, to BBBIIIIIB command of the intr i., ter Major Samsel RIssoM ea arrival ? that vobmI In coast defenai - of tha Colurubli viea Pirat Lieutenant HENNING W. COI LEY, coaal BrtUlery, aastsned 31th rompan?. First Lieutenant CHARLES If MASON, IH Infantry, detailed on the. .?igual corpa, la effecl April 11, Vice Klrsr Lieutenant CLARl LYNN, sisas] corpa asBigaed to 16th In fatiin, take eifect April tt. UeutettfUf Mason to Seattl . report officer In ehsig W;,nliing".''-Ala.-ka Militar?- ?'able and Tall graph Bratem. Second Lieutenant HENRY D F MUNNIK HUY8EN, lal Cavalrj from San Fraaciac .fu?e ?, for Manila, to ioln Ills regiment Seoond Lieutenant JAMES A. DORST. eerp of engine, r.s, to Washington Barrack?, fo examination f.,r pron otlon. i ? Lieutenant WILLIAM C. P. NtCHOL BON, 9'ii Cavalry, from aviation duty wttl .signal corps; to 1 : ? ? of ?.i.? IJeirtenant Oolooat IjAN' IEL H. BOUOHTON, Bth Cavalry, bai months; Lieutenant Cotonal T. BENTLE1 MOTT. 2d ?leid Artillery. , no month; Cap tain OEOROE WILLIAMS Utb Cavalrj fourteen day?, Major WILLIAM P. W? ?? ) TEN, corps (,.' engineers, one month en com pletion of duly In Phflipptni NAVV. Rear Admiral C. B. VREKLAND to retire, list, March 10; detached all duty, to boma Ueutenanl Commander M. BT. C ELLIS, da I thi Man land to tha t 'levetand. Ueutenanl E B. ?VOODWORTH, naral radio station, Radio; to tha Ma land i li tant R. M. FAWELL, datai liad thi i 'i.1, i, t.. the New v r int i W MAI't.PlN, r?e-a Ohio; to connection In flUlng oui the Leo tu Isa, ait J OU b aid v.. : Lieutenant (Junior gradeo i;, i: DAVIS, de.. ta^l.ed the Maryland; to the Cleveland. L.le'it'-nant (Junior grade) , -, .v JONES, de ' ? El ilgn C C ' I.A UK. to the Constellation Ensigns W F. CALLAWAT, " M. READ Jr., and T. B M*CLOY. detached I ? to the Laonldaa. Knalsna A. VON 6 PICKHARD. TV .1 WIL? BON, R, 8. II VENABLE, R 11 KNIi H C, C. TODO ?ni I. It. ACF'Kl.L, del the Ohio; to tho New York. Pi.ssfj Aaatatanl Burgeon D O. ALLEN, de tacbed naval Bblp; to naval training itatlott, Newport. Bofitawaln OEOROE KNOTT, detached iv-itic; to connection tittmg on' tha i^onldas and on boar! when oommiBsloned. Chief ??ur.ner T p CLARK, detached Span*) Gyroscope Company. Brooklyn; to Atlantic ?' MOVEMENT8 OF VKSSKLS.-The fol? lowing movement?] of warships have been reported to the Navy Department: Mar h ? The Yorktown, at Maza'tan, the Wllminston, ?' Canton; tha Stand la h and tha Manly, at tnnapoll . tha South Carolina, the Virginia thi ?3eo-*fia, the ?lhod? lalaod, U10 Nebraska and tha Lebanon, at <;iiun tanamo; the Mayflower, at Ven cruz; C'a Plttabersb, at San Diego. BAILED Ma he rorktowa, from Topolobampo '0 Ifasatlas 1 Tha ?>' I from Hong Kong for 1*11111011: the OiiihtIo und the Hondea. from Itaasaalllo for Ouantaf*auna Tha Juatln, now on weal cast of Mexico, or? der' d to Tibur?n to n lead. Thi Hector, no* to Portsmouth yard, ordered to Philadelphia yard to load a cargo f. r Pearl Harbor The Vulcan, now et Portaraouth yard, ordered to Bewail Point t.> loa.) cargo. it- Maryland v.ni raanaln ?t Mare island jard under ranalr met? April LTV SHAW DISCUSSES CURRENCY LAI Federal Reserve Board Most Powerful on Earth, He Thinks. EXPECTS EXPANSION TO BE RAPID AT FIRST Trouble Is That No Provision h Made for Contraction, Hf Tells Press Club. "Tha Fedeial Reserva Board has mari power than any body of ruen on theft*, of the earth. I do not at present expm Hi? tine of that power for polttWl eua, though that may oreur at some tim? tj the future." ThuH LaeJta m Shaw, BoeroUty ot?g Tr,\ts.urv arider resident Rnoseveit ?at ? 8-v-fovrrnor of Iowa. estimated tin I?. fluence of the men who will 1? r<.-ponda? lor Use yii.aa or failure of the newer?. rency law, and this h a, ha t?jid tas i'?? ; ?'in!?, where he ?poke yeate*ej] would bo so great tl at ? ft ?-at outcry arcade* have g'?n?' np all over the rountrj liad it bo, i aatabl hed durlnr a Repulv lican adrnlniistr;i' ?'Th<j Imroi dlate ? ff< ?<<?.'? of the new s'.stem w ,11 he r?| 11 InflalJaa" h? said, "and I ? ,| if ti, )>er r?pita etri Blatte - i ? p? rhapa 85, In th< next twi new enrn tains: !?<i r ?rreenbacka how< trlnaln ? force oi Ind ? iction; and In no eouotn In th? ?ori?i ?vet ever ?rill coatrsct srtthoot totci oi i? ttit. "Tin' only elemenl of eleetlclt; In tse ?Ma law I? that Which permits tl ? Mil i?j lower the rai ilrersent; ?at that is sot a itoi si it is of d?lai relief made neceaaary by I ? ?: of ala ;.'?'?? II ?rill asva u i freu ? repetition of I ??Wh. thai ' ? as In i ? olutiontstns our cre? I prohli"iiath'a'.. and ?rtll depend largely ?s the. wisdom of trie hoard. In other cos? tries, when a bill of goods la s?:!d on silt; or ninety da s* t DM the Seller irak?s BS draft uputi the purchaser, *whO. .i" r ?a amlnlna tha ?vaods, si ? I .the aeller Indorss? thl ? m th? ? atad a ptei ? I "' bSSl bank asset know i to I "If wisely dire.'tod and ett? enraged ti* new system should afford t ? < r.gU** In eoBBBMrcs I une the word In Its broad ??st 888888 fanftlfln? for rr:: \xm* upr credits growing out of cont:'/:' e uppfOll mating tttOea enjoyed by tlulr i ompetltan In other countries." ART EXHIBITIONS A NiO SA LES. _ J ALR T_E XHIBITIONS AND 8 ALE! American Art Galleries _H Madi?on Square South, New York B^^^^ To-Night at 8:15 The Finished Pictures Drawings and Studies Left by the late Francis Davis Millet, N. A. Tomorrow (Saturday) Afternoon at 3 The Beautiful Old Chinese Porcelains In Single Color, Blue and White and Decorated Specimen? Formed by the well-known Connoisseur Mr. Edward Runge FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS REPRESENTATIVE IN CHINA FOR MR. THOMAS B. CLARKE -AND On the Afternoons of Monday. Tuesday ?and Wednesday of next week, Mar. 9, 10 and 11, at 2:30 o'clock The Very Important Collection ol Rare old English Luster and other China, Pewter, (ilass, Americana, Colonial Furniture, Weapons unil other InfrrrstiiiB nuil fM'arv* olijnt. Formed by the Connoisseur Walter Clinton Hill, Esq. or liosion ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. 111* ?air. ?sill Im? aaaatsaSSSj Sf MK. IHC?M\> I kllllli M??l?(ril |i.. Mr. 4M In llt-riirt, ?if THE AMERICAN ART ?ASSOCIATION, Mgr?. ? Kji.1 Ml Mini. Muillsiin Ni| !?.uilh. No* ?.?irk.