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BID STANDS TEST Judge Accepts Cimbel Offer for Assets of Simp son Crawford. TO AUCTION GOODS OF I4TH STREET STORM ?jep?;sit"rs Object to Bulk Dis primal ol Mock Indicted Men to li-kiht. i*"* bids for th? different ? ? Siegel store'* In -.'. chants' ? . ? of Gin bel 600 f..r th. mer ? ? ? -.? .i -Com t until ourl de * .*? rtt shall ? vcJv? d ?? - ?-t"ik of tlv* ? sold si . ?i? -.?j;(. ? ? was ordered to allow m c ?? ? ? ? ' * - '"i '"'*' r ad .- ? ? ? t . reorganise the * ?? .... irawfi rd store WIlllaiT " fe, repreaenl Ing two lori witii ? lairn ; -? ? t..' .r : . the disposal of ?th the ? ?i Ri.rl the Fourteenth He Hskei tl,:it the ? ?:? parttnenta on the ? WOUld re.-il ... ??? prices ' He suh | ? 1 by a number of ? | '1*;,t Of the whose claims aggregate |?_??? 000 of theui ?ire for le? tli.' ? ' p?:" rious gi lug-i of depoal ?-??. t> - ??! asking for delays and ?gag ? ' ' ?' to -ill the assets of ? ? Judge Hough I ? ird m sgreelng srlth ? ?? ?? ? ? ? of .i. P. Murray, of Coudert CHANCE B\ JOSEPH CONRAD ol 'Youth." 'Romance,' ftC I IsOutTo-day ?.?RIA THOMPSON DAVIESS Of "The Melting* of Molly." "Aii'lrcv the Glad." et? . >;?>*.- "Coi 1 . i,ut.le ine. e o? i ?? ?? ? ?ni wi.rkrii ,,.jt ? grei ' and leisurely scholar!!? i do.any novels t h;.t rare i story within a i (pumas' ?loe--, could be so ? r.i u m ncidenl and for Sal-.- Everywhere. Net $1.35 DOUBLEDAY. PAGE ft COMPANY. Gaicien City, N. Y. Rrnthe-s. SttOme* s for depositors who.se balances represent M60.1. that if the -."?? Iven en 93. 5.000 to i n? n ? Melville, n < .-i? ci of the bai baa ? tii rted, he would i ? lienta to accept Mr, Murray stated his belief thai th? i possibly n ' ? would bt abou! .<:::'... \t i '. Hartman ai'; ? ai cd before .luiit*? Rossl iky m <;? neral Bessi? ? lerda* ?nd present? a a ritten cons? ni fi on \ ? '. Hit! k t .ttOrne* Al tbUI Train to ? rthi !?"- n onemenl until April i <?' ? possiM? chsngc of th?? pc-as ?.-* Riegel : \ ogel "' not | nit;.- to t iie reci nt In tments, chsrgini them with having i .? fais? financia! statement of their to the National Rank of <'om 0 " ith bav mg re?'< Ived de? posits in t lie: t- banV when, it li alleged. ?h?'. knew they wer? Insolvent, FIELDER ATTACKS GLYNN AND PERKINS Resents Kfforts to Influence Ap? pointments to Palisades Park Commission. B "- ?grapti te The Ti Trenton, N. .!.. March 25. governor Fielder charged George Vf. Perkins to da] with being ? dictator f?>r hla Inter ference with th? naming of a mcmi" r ?>t* th? Psiieadea Park Commission, of Which Ml Perkina la a member. Mr. Piekkr niso criticised Oovernor Qlynn for listening i" Mr, ('?'r-kiri? Governor Fielder nominated Sormey Willlama to be a fview Jersej member of th?- commission, ??tul later received vvi.nl fii'in Governor Glynn thai he wanted FYanklin W, Hopkins renomt nated. Hopkins was backed b) Perkins. ? There is nothing i? i'"- la*? of either New Fork or tbja state," said Governor ?Fielder to-day, "thai authorizes the Governor of \ew v??rk ?>r the Governor nf N? w Jersey 1o name all the members hi? commission, when Mr Perkina ?n- anybody els?? in New Fork come? Into New Jersey and tries to dictate to me what I shall do and whom I shall select foi- nomination, J am very spl not t?-> do what they ssy." There was talk j-rsterdav :n Kncrl'*' tvood of an ai tempt by the commission to hold up conflnnation of the nomina? tion of Williams. MAY 0PP0SE_HAMILL Judge O'Brien Will, if Hamill Opposes Free Canal. Judge ?halles F N O'Hri? n. <?: t |? Criminal Court, Jersey City, announced yeaterda* h.? %\ < ? ? : i ? i be ? candidat? for th? Democratic nomination for Reprc tative agsinsi Representativa .lames Hamill, If Hamill TOted to repeal the ex? emption ?-laus?' in the Panama 'ana mil. ?I. added: "i do no! expect thai Congressman Hamill vv.il vote for sich a bill. The whole question resolves Itself inro the con? dition of England benefiting and Amer? Ics suffering." Doctor Fined $50 for Speeding. Indlgnaal because of the heavy ? n? Imposed on hin for speeding-, tut pre feriiriK not tt> spend five days >n jail. lu-, i/o Buerger, of No. :i Baal Nth street, paifi J*?o yesterday an?i left the Forkvill? COUrl threatr-ninn to have the traffic policeman wh?i arrested him "broken.' He ?aid in court that as a membei of the me'it'-a: profession he hsd feel i iutit ? to vieiati th? motor speed ? it 0jiisiana_?/iexas. What kind of environments, sports or pleasures do you want for that needed mental relaxation ? that physical recuperation ? Golfing; million dollar resort hotels; medicinal baths ; beach motoring; surf bathing; boating; big fishing; duck shooting; old missions; U.S. Army maneuvers; ante-bellum mansions; real southern hospitality and cooking? Southern Pacific Sunset Route The Exposition Line?1915 tskes you to all the best resorts and rest havens in Louisiana and Texas. Sunset Limited Solid Pullman Train?Every Day No Extra Fare between New Orleans and California Oil-burning locomotives; rock-ballasted ?Hint-free roadbeds; automatic electric block signals. For LouUiana and Tessa Literature ?nd lull information, rate*, ticket* and r?servation?, write/phone or call 11S6 Broadway 366 Broadway 39 Broadway Cor. 27th St. Cor. Franklin St. Near Rector St. ?Phon?, Franklin 3525 gM*an*ye*. **tl'?^-e?T- ?U~?A M.--UJ? ='._._?? _???. Y '?ya'?y&^S ''MINIMUM WAGE for WOMEN $12.00 per WEEK >> 1HO!-EVYMO | ;,e:r*.trd ??:'? O? i .- , .. r,rr. m %cm " or inconveaicacs -?OU. Ifl ImprOViBg Ihe condition' under which a Krr.?t in NeV Vork can hflp thai cause without either renleace. l-AND'S," || to W? t Mill StreBt, ; a delu'litful lei room which .*.a?. " H ?oi :i."- m?e parp?te ot demonstrating tlut a busioest ??f that uractei can ht isccetifully ??peraied in New Vori and still piy a niaimum 112.00 per baa? to the wonea employed >-A?N fc.NcouRAGE ihr. coflimeadsble wirk h) luachiai at - -etm BievouUM?V ihr, commendable worl I HOLLAND'S, 30 West 34th Stree| Mid*a> between Waldoil Attoria and .MeAlpin. THE DIVIDED RISK GUARa4_NT___D First Mort? gage Certificates are not one large mortgage divided up and shared by many in? vestors. Large mortgages mean large risk and uncertainty all the eggs are in one basket. Behind our Certificates are many mortgages small and medium sized and in the di? vided risk there is safety. Then, too, the Bond 6 Mortgage Guarantee Com? pany guarantees payment to you of principal and interest. TiTlE guarantee AND TRUST C? Capital .... $5,000,000 Surplus (afl earned) 1 1,000,000 If?grwag, n. v. 175 Ramses _t_ aturo. 350 falt?n St.. .untie?. AVERT SOFT COAL STRIKE United Mine Workers Agree on industrial Peace Plan. Chicago, March ?5. 'ihr pollc] commit? tee of the United Mil- Worker? of .mer Ica to-daj sm*?aed on a plan which is ? s peeled i?? maintain Industrial pea??- In the bituminous coal districts of ?Ventera Pennsylvania, ?ihio Indiana ati'l Illinois. it ass settled that the tuen are to remain at work undei the preaenl agrei men! adjust the n< ? ? al? m lo? a: district conference? v\it!; the emploi ei - abandon? ing, al i?::st :?.r tiiis year, any attempt to ?-lo si? In ;i lolnt conference of the tour ?tat? ?. Both miner? 01 ratoi ? aaaei l thai there is no danger of a strike. The pi.m of the policy committee will be ?ubmltted to ? r< ferendum ?rote of the unlon Mcanwhll? a circulai ?rill bo --mi to ?h.- b.'-.iis bkldlni th< m rema n a! s01 ?? under the ?cale in force. * SEEKS PROBATE OF GEN. ECKERT'S WILL Son Who Defeated Brother in long Suit Asks to Wind Up Big Estate. Jamea Clendentn Eckert, son of tl General Thomas T. Eckert, president of the Western I'niou Telegraph Company, applied yesterday for letters of adminis? tration on the estate of his father. >?.v < the d?ath of General Eckert In October, /?l" Thomas T Eck? li and his broth'T. Jamea Clendenin Eckert, hau been en? gaged in B legal Hghl over the e?it;v*e. General Eckert li ft the bulk of hi?. I' 600,600 eatate to Thomaa Jamea Clen? denin opened a contest. Th? Surrogate'? COM? upheld th? Will, therefor?? Jame? brought suit in the Supreme Court to break his father''? will and WS? success? ful, the jury finding that Uen-ra' Eckert was not of .trons mind an?! ?as under the undue Influence of his son Thomas The Appella?e I>lvi?;ior! susta?nei1 the find nir*. Under the vv.il ?>f General Eckert,Jamea Clendenin received $.'.o,f?iO outricht and the lift Income from **t'?'/??? At his- death the principal of the trust fun?l was to go to .Mis- Joanna Eckert, a daughter of Jamea Clendenin. Although the breaking of the will nulli? fied the trust provision for MiSI Eckert, ?he testified for her father. Now the tvv'i sons will share equauj in the est?t?'. In f11 ?= p?tition to the ButTO gate's court taking for letter- of adtnln* Istration, .lame-- Clendenln Eckerl c?a? ed the value of the personal property at $750,000. Surrogate Fowler !-.sj<?ii ? cita Uon to Thomas T. Eckert, v ?*?'. must either ?i\e his COI s*nf to his brotbei a it* mc nr rile an objection. ? ? WOULD FIGHT SNOWFALL Fetherston Says Its Cheaper than Waiting Till It Stops. i..hn T Fetherston, ' 'ommlsstonei ?.f Stre.-t Cleaning, In the current numbei of "The Engineering Record," says hi leva the ?it* should not wall until a storm i?, over and traille congested tn-fure hikrinninitr i?. .?Ir it*-?*-'f o:t. He maintain*. that the sewers preset t the n osl feasible wav for thr rl i - t ..> - .1 ! o?" snow as it falls. "it has been demonstrated this year," he writes, "that i ven sniaJl pipe .'"?weis can be used for the removal of snow, an-j a? the maximum rate "f snowfall fleldorn esrpeds one in< !i an bo ir (or approxi? mately 01 Inch of water an hour? the capacities of the sewers on the whole should not be overcharged by a maximum snowfall." The principal difficulty, ths <'oinmi* sioner believes, srtll be to obts n nr. ade? quate force of m<Mi ready*to be?*jn work within an hour aft? t the hi-it flak?' falla ?Jommissioner Fetherston estimates that for .VX> miles of Mie<--ts B),M0 t?. I-'?.'-? men :n eight houis will put Ir.to the sewers an eight-inch snowfall for ivj.-oo?. "To <io tins same work by carts an.i trucks after th.? snow ha? stopped falling," he says, ?wo ild lost bei.ve.-ri M0O.O0O and M00,?N0." IMPROVES ON RADIUM CURE Harvard Scientist Invents New Method for Purifying Gases. !H? '???rr.iph 'n D-,' Trll.'ine I Cambridge, Maas Match :?'. Dr \\,: lam Dsane, In charge of Harvard'a ei commlaalon hss mads some IB* ventlona which, - is believed, will great? ly Incres i I ?? sfficlenc) sf radium in the treatment of disease v re?v method of obtaining and perl? fj ng the r-zasc.. ?s emanations of radium . ie of ? "? i luani i ?i lace? erles i ? consists In pumping th?- impure emana? tions ihio'ijfh vacuum tubas la which tin mixture Is dras ? over a copper wire .. ,'.?i by an electric rurrent. Th?- new method is ? mtli lou ami ??? ? ipt? from ten ii. Bfteen minutes Instead i.t" the Hire? or four hours necessary under the old methods an?i at das th? cc I sad i'..t in r of handling liquid all Neu devices f?>i applying radio artlv? ? ? i.i llseaaed wounds also make up one group ?ii the new inventions. Rope of Sheets Saves Invalid Roosevelt. Long Island, March : it ihe heigh? of a lire thai wracked her i ,. .- m White. Mouse avenu.- just before daylight this morning, Mrs Roban Hoyle dropped .. luani?-- from i aludos and ti,, i-, with K rop? nude of sheets, loa ..,-.j her Invalid daughter, Peney, nur i.,m (rears aid, lo afet> After direct? Big tie?* maul to drop, Mm Hoyle fol? lowed The damage le the houae utas aboul l'1?"' Ml i-.* i? w?i?, is a sales? man, la ?twa*, on a ?lain?-a trip. | RIOT ON WILSON IN N. J. ASSEMBLY Foley Resolution Criticis? ing Free Tolls Causes Pandemonium. SERGEANT-AT-ARMS IS CALLED TO M'DERMOTT Vote, in Which Many Republicans Join. Decisively Supports President's View. "' ? | top i ' - ; - b im Trenton. N. J.. Mar. , __ -A nea: riot ?as st.irt'?i by th? "Jim" Smith Demo? crats in the Hou.se tO-day ??.hen Asi",m blyman Toi?"-, one ?.f their number, intro duced a resolution criticising President Wilson fOT hi?- SttitUd? on the tol!? OJUCS? lion Dunns the misup .asamblyman Me Dermoti h-? ??me .??-?> boiaterona that the Speaker ordered bun removed from hl Before th? ?ergesnt-at-arma could uif. out the order cooler h?a?l? pre? vailed, Th? Pole] resolution waa referred to Um Judicial. Committee Mr. n anegan, Its chairman, offered a substitute ?-all inp on the Assembly to stop introducing siiiy resolutions ami te mind Its own ' ? nd not criticise i tongresa McDermotl declared the latter re ? i lion to !>?? impertinent. He Insisted on making a ?peech, although th? Speaker warne?! him tl ? hi ara? out of or.|-: Final!*' the ?ergeant-at-arma ?as ciiied in, and If? i lermoti atarted to walk meeklj w 1th I Im He (ii,i -to! ko far. however, and ?oon was back In hi? ?eat i" th? meantime pandem?nium reigned, and Mr, Branegan, ihe majorit* leader, ? II- brought about a n Later In the ?toy Speaker Beekman Rpoloaised to McDermotl The Foley resolution wss then brousrht up an?! de? cisively defeated, many Republicana rot? Ins againsl It. McDermotl la the Assemblyman ?ho s ch le ved unenviable notorietv b' heck? ling the President last spritu when he ?rsa In Jersey Citj ddvocating a tur- re foim ; hi -? RAILWAY LAYS OFF 15.000 Ten per Cent of Pennsylvania's Employes Lose Jobs. [By TMaerapB to ThaTril .ne. i I hilad? iphi.i. March ?fi Th? Penn ? I? ai ? Railroad Company sin?-?- the clos? ing week? of last \?ar has Isld off IB,oon employe? on th? tinea ass! pf Pittsburgh. As the company normall] ?mploy? MO,nun men on these lines, mor? than 10 per cent "f th-? total force has been thrust into the ranks of the wholly Idle In addition, of the approximately 125, 000 persons still retained on the pay? roll? of the Eastern lines 40.00", or nearly one-third, have been plsced ?it? part time. TWS hundred clerks have been discharged at .?road Street BtatlOO within a day or two Altogether, ?'nuritln,* di-missals, lay? off? and short Mme or?!ers. a -i per cent reduction In round tiyures has been ef? fected in the workinc hours of skilled and unskilled labor on the Pennsylva? nia's Eastern lines, and wag? payment? hi ? e I een cui accordingly ? PROBLEM OF LABOR HARD. SAYS MARKS Borough President. Addressin Merchants' Association. Urges Against Neglect. ??The increased coal of living ha? pases the normal increaee "f wages." said Ben ough President Maiks. speaking Bt th Merchants' Association luncheon el lb Aator yesterday, "and the disturbance t commerce ami manufacturera .*aused b: th? uncertalnti of the tariff, the unset tied romiitlon of our financial sy.st>-iii t. the dOUbl -as to the attitude of our ?'?>. eminent toward big business bave causai a staKnati'.n which haa thrown man; workers out of employment "A tremendous problem tuts thus pre B< nt?-d itself to us. the solution of whicr has receive ? far less thoughtful and per; ous attention than the seriousness of th. situation demands. Men have been s> Occupied with the superstructure of com rnerce that they have neglected the foun ?lation on which it rests-name'y, the mer an<l women of labor. "The resultant discontent has shown itself in tWO vvays-an order!' expression of a desire for improved conditions and a disorderly and threatening demonstration. The latter is .onflned to a few- recently arrived immigrants who have not yet ab? sorb?-.I f ?? spirit of our institutions, and who think liberty means Ucease, tot other great mass of workers are law-abid? ing and orderly. The labor question need BOI be f?night out ir H 's thought out "A *-<*ar ago I suggested that I com? mittee on !abo>- be appointed by the hoard of directors <>f this association, and such a committee ?vas thereafter appointed ?Ju It? suicess dependa in lar,;e ttieasur ; l he Satisfactory and equitable solution of th? labor tT'ibleni of the city." Morough Pr?sidant .\latliewsOn of ?he Hronx si.ok" ??? the p|ans, aliearty per? fected, for t**o large barge canal termi? nals In his borough, and Ilorough Presi? dent Pounds of Brooklyn told of the great docking facilities of that borough, which, he said, would get more benefit from the Hoard "f Kstimate s provision for im? proving the Ka.st Hiver than any other oorough. These Improvements, h? said. had b?en planned with a view to the :n crsBssd trade which would com? to ih* (ity through th? Panama l'anal. More than six hundred guests v..,?? (?re-enf. a GUTZON BORGLUM QUITS BULL MOOSE Not So Progressive as He Thought, Sculptor Says at State Com? mittee Meeting. |B) Tele-jnipl? to HmTHIMM 1 .\e?.* Haven, March --'? -Gataen i.or-j 1 mi SCUlptor, resigned from th?- State Central ?'?.munit.if the Progressive partv t?> day ami slalked from Its meet in*.', after aceuaing members of high banded pol?tica, gag rule and Intolerant domination Of party mjp|?orter?? He pto te.-t..| Sgalnal a resolution off.'red which Me claimed was intended t?. push the par? ?..?..il ambitions of several leaders. *l cannot ufirl'-r .tan.l," h? sal?), "hOW ga$ ?elf ." ? y-'t.ug tuaii COM subfe.iibe |g , _____! "But Doctor?I can't get away now for a Rest" WHEN the n-Tv-"5 crv out ?and when the bonds of business, home tirs, or the expense of travel, hold the sufferer to the beaten path--a good tonic may bring timely, restorative help. The very aid the nerve? need to rthuiU them, to pive bark the health and courage drained by ?work or worrv, \% brought to them bv Sanatogen. And this nourishing help comes in ? form that makes it natural and eaiy for the depleted cell? of the svst-m to ahiorb it. When more than lH.OOO American and Euro? pean physician?, over their own signatures, speak of t'iii efficiency of Sanatogen as a reitor ative help, when fani'iis men an?J women every? where write grateful letters to tell of the great and lasting benefit Sanatogen has conferred upon them -need yon hesitate to test the value of tlii? help for yourself ? Sanatopen is ?old by good druggist?! every? where, in three sizes, from $1.00. Gr_?_ ?Ha?, fmieoOtoetCteei?iidUetmtei, ttoemhttU John mmttmtgme, ?.li?tin?MU?l-?? 0* l?t an. aStbor, ??? It - ?i am ?_n I ha ? been rrr???t!? l-jneru-'t ??\ ?STt-*?*S**** Ut mOOf i? H pe? seat trii?r -.ran it ?'?? ??>?'? -,r | a??'. ?nJ i"'-' """? '? -"? ' strengt'i ?I? BNK- MS* ??r???.'i Arnold Bennett. '?u 11 mous n???, 'ist. v? rttSS ?"'he tsalc effe.-t ?,f ?S_n.?to_;en em "it i? ?in>i>l? ????nderful Cat, Henr> Watter-ami. _m tsi-eus ?41 w -? rites ??I feel I *WI u t.? truth te ?late t'>-ii I ha?e r:i_?l<- a ihorv.i_' rru; et PttmAeojem ?ad that I have f??un?1 N ? ? -? i III carines ?na t?-? ??ert?nt. I ?lo rut thin'? I t-oviid have rete* ? i ei n v i lullt) sa i h_?e .-.on- ?* Ithoilt ? Ms San ?i gen ??.?.-railiic ' et el ? I;, uiHi. the .Hues' .. organs and r.er?e ?SS lies Praf. ?". A. Kvrsld. M | e r I I S l nlver?lt?. DeetOC honoris casai rnlvenillv of M.n ? land, nut-?* In hi* > ?a intuition on ' Tyi-hii-? aMon.limli-.." ? I OSS fa? 'har I h*.? u?f1 S_iiat??-(en in ?? ffr-ar number ??f MUM ,th?* I? in thou* ills turban? ?? Ot m**_.bo Msm which were mainly at B n-rvnTI or tie . r_.-.th*nt.' ertsti I have obtained c?. I re* U Kl.hard 14? t.alllenne, the .ll?>tlnaiiii>h..l t?>?' BJthor. ?nittl ? I have m . I :??" #?'?r?i-.i tr?ala et yene sarat?>i_.-n durins f?rl o__ of menu?', futidle .ind rai h lime ,1? -i ? I Rr-at ben-fit from it i..-. Several tune- I hs?e found myself we? inr whs J was ferlin?, more -ft.' and 'r-.ii "S mtwred that i ??? .[re B???lOSee." S:?A''NJ?:T O G?N RECOGNIZED BY OVER 19,000 PHYSIC?ANS Send >-?- ?? ? -_ - for Elbert Hubhard's New Book- "Health in the Making." Written in his attractive manner ?nd filed with his shrewd philosophy together with capita! advice on Sanatogen health and contentment. It is FRKE. Tear this off is a reminder to address THE BAUER CHEMICAL CO., -?? Irvirii? Place. New V.irk The Ben Franklin uiz Corner!!!!!! ALL CASH AWARDS Successful Quiuers will receive rewards from $1,000 down. 769 WILL WIN DESERVING TO RECEIVE CASH AWARDS Interests of All Quizzers Care? fully Looked After by The Tribune. ?JVlio knowa the corre-1 answers to th? mi ? pi. tographa in the i;, n Prat!? Un Quli? Some entrants have ssk?t?i1 the ?pie-,. tlon. The Tribun? want? to assure all en? trante that tue moal extreme cars la being .-xereise'l to safeguard the cor >\? ers and to prevent anj lead Ing Information from leaking o il Th? watchword of the gm/. in "A S'liiiire I?en| to AIL" And ?very ore ?tion is helm? adopted to Insur? th? fair and m bisas?d conduct of th? Qui? The corre, r answers ure known only to one person, th? General Manager of The Tribune. They are lo< ked tti the private safe which Stands In the publi? cation i?rti.-e. In ? short while th?y will he transferred to a aafety deposit bos in i local trust company, where they will be a? safe a? if a regiment of ?ol dlera ?-' larded then . So, you see, there'? bill.? ' ? 'i'.' one getting any Information on ti e pi? tographa Even ? r. ??- ? ? >.ni I nil g th? '.? ??? gar n II do no good, ? ? ? >?? he knowa no more than von do The committee o re? Il another gu?rante? that ever; entrant's sol will recel ? fair consideration. Several of Seo fork's moal prominent men will serve on this commit.? eand personallj -? the ' hi fa? : that the basla o:' making the award? is h cont?ret? consideration is anothei reassuran ?? The awards wIM not del end on ?om? one'? ? him? or per aonal preferences Every award will he made or. the sol-? baa!? of th? i of correct solutions submitted bj e.ich entrant. Every on? will receive the award to Which lie is entitled. 'I n.' unlq i? system of checking -? ! hy The Trihdne eliminates all i ha? i ? of error, liver-, set of solution? put.mitte.1 will be doiihle checked and O. K.'d. Bo practi?:.?i is the system thai tl-.i-i labor ??an be very quickly performed, and the What Says Ben Franklin To=day? PICTOGRAPH NO. 5. MARCH 26, 1914. mffoJE ..... Jt life? '?: :'?*' lf >-i_?/?-** i,;? BEN FRANKLIN SAYS: result of the checking vviii t,e ready for you V?cy .-oon after the close of t!ie QuiS Of ?ourse, all these ?XtenslV? prepa? rations have r?'rpnred forethought and a Rieat expenditure of time, u ? tj .? Tribun.- deems the troulile well expend? ed. si"?'e with auch a complet? system of safeguard? it has added the perfe. ting tOU? he? to the Hen Franklin Quiz. THUMB NAIL SKETCH OF THE BEN FRANKLIN QUIZ. The Q'iiz consists in solving BftJ rie tographa which rt-resem. respectively, fifty havings of Itenjamln franklin. The pictograph? are published on? each dav in The Tribun?, Th? first pi? togrsph ?ppeared on kfarch ?l Si\ solutions may be submitted for ea. h pictograph. Award? .onsisting of $7.1.'." k<i to those who ?-orreetly ?ol.e the highest percentsga of the fifty pic topraplis. Entrj um', b? ma.ie at any time with sui registraUon. Solutions are ro be kepr until all fifty r cro?raphs have Leen puhUshed. QUESTION BOX. |A, I'he Broni (11 R ? mttl ??tel ? ._.?] ? L'orner" lo * ? sfl * ?. i ?'Htalngt:- ?.'I? On'v .?n? prias will i.e given to ?' farall; sl oni addrsss OKOROB MOORE, Newark Book wl . be pro? i?i?!ii "Qn!z Corner" ?;? ? fry _ i Bourn tn sm R. ?.. T. .?.??????' sr ' j - ? - ? . t Is I Corrs j. ? z . '< ?rctel* Rea.) 1\ ?.? ? | ?Qvli .'.m?r" for th? Infermsiion ,.: ?a- 'ii ?? ?v?r?1_' f Tr?h B. ?... tit? d I Keren? ?. t. H.. 'it? DuplK-at ' Ags raaks? ? 'itnben no . ii.. CUp Duplleats bach sembera of r etogrsphl sr? en Mis at Th? Trlb 01 ? i >fit. ? No ?M v.rf..au sireat. MISS I*.. Jersey ( It- Then ar- 76*. ?war.!?, m. . _.?' T. M. II.. Kali Kl.er. ffasa fi) PllSt i losrspl sppearH SunSsy, Mar.-h ? 51 There ?III be ?? j-ne? of fifi?-. t.. sppear consecutive.?- in The Trtb? i ?? Dall?' ttirl .-i.j!? .1 ?,\ i]) nK || ?"?-raph-. nr? er, Ml? ai the reK'i lar rate of The Trlb in? J. t.. IIKNK\ M - -In-ls? -.' ??ame arldre.?? Ik -?(Misldered ? member <?f the fs-i .'? Ii. the ' Q . Mit-. I*. l>.. City . i i r?a (Si Nrto? ? '? ? pi? ? grsphi MIS?. ? . !.. Rronv jrder v our eopv of 'Hie Tr1r..i:i? _S .,.,.; .,_nH._\. rrscs rear ssarest ne....iira!rr The ? doea not ha-.e offi- - rsrrlera r. ?. or. - .?.?ui?i s? i\\\r\f<\ ?,'eutnr?)? doei n ' counl This List Contains the Correct Solution of To-day's Pictograph. Don't judse ?f men? wealth nr piety fcr their Sonda* appeara?-.-?. Keep thy ?hap. and Hi- ?hop will keep thee. Let every new year find you a better man. rtiov who In quarrel? Interpo? mu?t often nip* a bloody n?,?e ?.leap ?.ithout ?uppln?;, and ?on II rise without owing for it. The bird that sits Im eaally ?hot. To-day'a U yeitterday'? pupil. Time I? an herb that eure? all di.eane.. Head muih. but not many book*. vion-T and sood manner? make the gentlemen. The bell ralla ethers te ehorrh. bat Itself never mind* the sermon. If your head i? wax. d?m't walk In the ?no. If Ti?, k'? In lore, he'?, no Judge of Jill'? beauty. rhllo?opby a? well a? foppery often ehnjiges faibi-in. Willow* are wmi.. but they hind the faggot. H here good law? are. much people floek tblther. The wor?t wheel of the ?art makes the most noise. H? diligence and patience, the moose bit la two the cable. tear ?.?.rl and ?our enemies will fear .too. Not? I've a sheep and a cow, everybody bids me gooS-morrow He makes a foe who makes a Jest. I sai? few die of hunger, of eating 100,00?. The king's cheese is half wasted In partags. but a* matter, lit mid? of peop milk. If ?oud lose a troublesome rtsltor. lend Mm money. Keep ftex from fire, youth from gaming. The family of fools Is ancient. le ? QUIZ PICTOGRAPHS appear in The Tribun DAILY AND SUNDAY TRIBUNE RATES: AT THE NEWSDEALEFS: ONE CENT In the rity of New York, Newark, Jersey CM) and Hoboken. ELSEWHERE TWO CENTS BY MAIL: Dailv oiilv?l Month.% ?r. Sunday onlj?o .Months. 12s Dail? a"d **unda. ? 1 .Month... ,* J ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO Quiz Department OFFICE Tribune Building 154 NASSAU STREET r.Upbon? Beekman 3000 ?I that riSOlatlon and be a free American ' iilreri No mat? or organisation shall dictate mi Heart] of oa?elenea. After m > nati"ii.il and statewide efforts tot the Progressive cansa lni? which I have poiutU uustuitcd labor tuid have spent thousands of dollars, to find mvself far? ing the same Intoleran.-e in our Progr?s sive leaders that controlled those politi? cal leaders away fro?r? whom we sup? pose.,' v.? had progressed. I feel, gentle? men, that T must leave you." laverai other.?.. Including i>r DetBMt Croft and Prentice ?'hase. anPOBBOeS themielves ?spaased to putting g full state ticket in th?> tlt-ld this tall. They will ( attempt to launch a ticket aattsraclor? 1 to both Progressive-! and Republicans.