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WIN DELAY FIGHT
v Committee Decides
Hold Hearings for
! ONLY TEMPORARY
?eal Bill Advocates Offset It
by Defcaling the Poin
; Fr,?ri-*The Trthun*? 'Bureau '
tVaahlngton. April 7.?-Opponents of the
nal tolla repeal bill scored their firet
tory to ?la;. In the Senate Comn
? Intaraceaaic ?"ana!.?. On an informal
ote. with senator Brandegoe alone dis?
senting, the committee decided 10 hold
Trustee for Personal Truiti
Fifth Avenue ?. ?Mh Street
GEO I . BAKHR.
Chairman *-?r?t National Hank
STEPHEN B\KI R.
Pre?. Hank ol the Manhattan Co.
Aator F ?ute
. GEO B. CASE.
?J White & Caae. Alterner?
THOM \S COCHEAN, JR..
F.. C CONVERSE.
JOHN I DOWNEY.
Preniiient B. Altm?n ?*t Co.
ROBERT WALTON GOELET
FRANCIS I . HINE,
Pre?*. Piral National Bank
RAN AID H. MACDONALD.
EDC \K ? . MARSTON.
Blair A Co., Ranker?
J. B. M UtTINDAl B.
Pre?. Chemical National Bank
GATES w. MeGAERAH,
Pre?. M echante? A M et ?I? Nat Bank
CHARE! S A. PBABODY.
Pre?. Mutual Life Inturance Co.
| D. E. POMEROV.
Vice? I'rea. Banker?. Tniat Co.
WII I JAM H. PORTER,
J. P. Morgan it <Jo.. Banker*
? SEWARD PROSSER.
Pre?. Liberty National Bank
DANIEL C?. R| in.
Rock l?land S>??em
ARCHIBALD D. BUSSELL,
ALEX AND! R H. STEVI NS,
BENJAMIN STRONG. JR..
PreitdeM Banker? Tru?t Co.
CHAULES I. TIFFANY.
Nice-Pre?.Tiffany A Co.
TUJJODORE N. Y ML.
^e^Bre?. American Tel. A Te1 Ce.
jSlRT H. W1GOIN,
Pre?.?Cha?e National Bank
r c. CONVERSE,
ALEXANDER H STEVENS,
HENRY J. COCHEAN,
JAMFS R. TRO*ABRU)?,P.
HOWARD BOO? OCR.
CLIFFORD St II MUET,
Interest T'?..?. on
are in demand for
We have on display a large
and (ompreheniire stock of
mould? of nil kinds and size?.
The more popular ?hape? for
One Qunrt Sire
Individual Ice Cream Mould?
from $6 to $15 s dozen.
Border Mould? for Jelly, Ice?,
etc., in a variety of form? and
Also Other Enter Specislties.
Mop?, tint'.!' Brighten!
ln-i[ .1 | - o
85 cents by (he box
r fifteen ?lave
Itepri ?. i: 11 - v ? - i.- ? onrimei i ial
i ? es ol ? ' ? ans and P
tiea will be gh en an opporl
on to the r
bill. Meml era ? the ? ommll I? ?? sug
rs-Prei t, Be? retal )
a n. i ? ; di - ?? Mr, Knox; .lose!
? i-Aml lo ? ir ? at Brl
11? ? White, i i?? KYi
i n. ii views
w th the antl adinlnial ral on fore?
..iimiitt. ? i ?? ?
lieuti nanta wer? I lo let
taking BoUioe in ?ii?*
that a Ion* rtnga had
be? n - Th? re a aa an undei
I. ill Ol dlasal BfaCtion over 1 ..- ?. si ill.
there is still some apprehension l?-s
excuse be foui d i" extend the heai
beyond the flfteen days. Senator >
lams, amo de? tared I hat
"rniR" which tried u> Mock th<- nom
tion of the Presidenl al Ball
how tr) m-- to bring abo it his <ir
thro igh canal t?
Victory Only Temporary.
on the who]??, however, the victor
th?. ami repeal forcee waa regarded
merely tempoiary. ?- i ? ? rail in
loss of iom? time In bringing tl ?
i" a vote, b t tins la not regarded as i
aa ? ? ; ? neral debate he
.-. and the Ben ite will exhaust s
of its oratorl al resources while the c
mit tee is holding hear
Th? ntl-rep? orcea, flusl ed ?
th. ir victory m committee, met with
feat .n the Senate proper when the P
dexter resolution, calling on ths Presn
lor irifi?) ina.ii.ii concerning the mat
of ' i ? i iuenc? " to a hlch h"
fcrifd In hie canal tolla message waa
on the table by a rote of ?' i ?" tl '
voto was not entirely Indicative of
strength oi the forces behind the rei
i.'ii, i a ol those ai i;? ed agal
the i'i'. aident \..t? d to table the ie. i
tion, and Others who BUpport the ref
bill took tho opposite side. The vote ?.
Interpreted, however, as ?in Indlcal
that the administr?t.on forcer, control
The Senate adopted without dissent
resolution offered by Senator Brande)
.??Hint-' for ell correspondence relative
tho negotiations for the Hay-Pauncef
treat) It was Btated that BUbStantis
all of this matter already was In it
in Senate documents.
Claim Majority of Nine.
a ma orlty of nine votes In favor
the rei ? I I - ? on clai
waa claimed ton th? idminlsti
? tits. The action of the Int?
v??to in thi - sllowli -? h? ai In
i taken to be ?? ? sloi
the anti-repeal forcea wl
? opinion to ca
The debate <?n the tolls question n
carried on lo-da f by S? nator Woi
made an el iborate analyi ; of t he i ils
. : that there wa
Hther wl ' ? ented the l nlted Btat?
nom t \. mptlng II ; * ? gag? d
coastv. ? th? i?t of toll
KING COAL BEATS
U. S. AT TRENTOI
? mil Iniioil from flr?t prie.
The n? tion was origins I r> "' ??'
'ast month ol the Tafi admlnistratloi
when Attorn? i neral W !?er*-har
!??, d the i lit, a th Jam? i < '? M<
da, now- Ati.u i ? ' I? - ? ral und.
? ? ? w Hson adm ? tloi as sp? ? it
counsel The suit waa regarded In th
administration as an effort t
strengthen the Sherman 'aw- and cui
all Its possible defe? tu
The suH has been watched with in
tercst by tho Judiciary commit.? i
both houses of Congress and by th
Interstate Commerce Commioerto-n. Th
former stands ready to enact remedii
legislation Shi lid th? trial in the court
demonstrate the Bl erman act to ?be In
adequate to meet ',,n charge thai nln
i y\\ gnls end St w J? i" railroad
maintain a monopoly of anthracite cos
and are enabled by freight rates an
agreements to fli Ite price a1 Mow Tor
? ,d?'vv.'?'. ?.
The opinion of ?he fedrmi court, i
]inrl, Is as foll?n I
"Tho dismissal will bo without preju
,\ ,... to the i ghl o_ tl ?? government t
?.rinn s second proceed ng whenever i
ms v be so ad' I ? d
"We may assert with confidence ihn
Since a railroad Itself may own BtOCl
-,n th.? produ Ing or owning
without offending tho atatutes no '">r
fence Is committed, although the Indi
vidual subscriber to gucb stock ma:
also i e a Bto kholder In a railroad. M?
;,. t of ? ? lal decision ha
.-,.?. d ii to be 111? gal for any Indi
vidual citizen to Invest his money li
two - - es men I) ? th?_*
two onterpriseg may tie closely eon
No Undue Influence.
The opinion further ?sets forth tha
ihe stockholders "f neither conc?n
have used th? ir poslttoqg improperly t?
Influence the acts of tho <,?*-,r r corpora
?Dealing w??h the alleged violation ol
tho Sherman nnn trust ?aw, vester
.lays opinion says there was a forms
charge agalnsl both defendants undei
said antl trust s< t, bul that the ora
argument left ? i - nder tno ?m
i n sslon that thes< ? were i ol
'"':- h n Bist? d on i?y the gov< rnment
'?'.??' landing wan thai
what ws ?? lion ,,,, ?i,
? *-'- ? violation oi ths commodities
on which Hi.- -lamlsaal is be i .
? f-.r thig reason thg < ouri d? smg It
needli i to . . - h.b?wr?
Ing ?- charge of restraining m
monopolising commerce, and adds: ? n
we are n n this supposition the
error can ? ?be correct? d."
in its complain) the government
Bald "i"> res on of the ,.irang? m? m
of the d< f? ndanl ?
|,..i i o| th? i ill ."i roi nd the
."i antag? snd facilltl? a
quirt di ' i ? ' os i ? ompan) al on? t at
? ' maintained
untan i .?i monopol ?. of I he i ale of
| ?,,.,' piodu? - -I along defendsnt's rail
i nplel 'i?.iiiiiiai?'ii
i he mai ? I polnl ? nol ? ?
oth? ? railroad
"Its i-" Il Ion, pos - i i nd i ippoi * ran
?i. i ? ?:? ? ? . ? r?mp< ill -ai a li b it pra?
mpo Ibl? and the monopol]
rontli i? Indi 11
... : restrained." /
? n i he gull wa? m? ?i, m i . i,
r .nr., \U\':,, Attorney Oetltftl Ml
(I! VttLES VV. Mi >RSE.
Reynolds, then apeclal counsel for th*
go ei nm< nt, sa Id
"The cs ght in I s o ssp* ? ta
First, t?. lia\??? c.un pa i upon
question whether partiea In control of
a railroad i ompa ny i a n organise
among them ?.t poral Ion which
continues under their control and,
through the foi m "! mti
ili" prohibit lona of the i ommod
? laus** of the Inter tale commet i
while i | to t hem I thi
old srrang? mt i I
"S< ' ..'ui. to ;ippl ?
oo as t" i? '?'? t railroads to I i
ness of common ? a n I* i - by pr*
ii..'in from cut' ring into cm I
arrangementa with 11 f- -? ni e I
matt* rs v. hlch Interfei ?? arith M li
?Jut ? ., SS
n somea hat mllai i
it? ?I againsl the Lehigh \
Railroad ami its subsidiar!* a ii I
<?ral COUli h' r? , I nd at otm " i
? i.. ?.' i., i?',.! againsl the ruling
rail? ,. from the Jei ntral Rail
road ?''"I ('ii'"!" '' '? "- Is in the
i Inited Btatea i aurl In Philadelphia.
\\ i . .-? \;r I gt< pa '?.?III be
t 11.? n I mm* ?t itely bj the I '? pa rl menl ol
justice to appeal to the i
of the Court of App
m th?' tas?- agalnal the Delaware, I-acka*
? ,\ Wt tern EU llroad ' 'ompan).
At torne; General McReynolda aald to?
night thai ho hoped to be able to have
for argument during the fail
Although ofBclala h*?m pi\- to day'a rt
suit Ih tint a si-rio'ir I.low. it wns evident
th,-.! If t lu- Supreme Court were to sus
tain tha Cli ? ? ? it ti??? whole plan ef
the department to break up what II Im ?
li?..'? is a monopoly o.* the hard coal
dugtr) m i:,.'-i. i n c ? ? . would be
m great ?i:
It was pointed out to mth' Wt BT,
that ?.?. hile i her* ar* man pointa of Mm?
llarity m tlio ruse n?*riir:?-t th- !.?
wanua and thoea againal othei roads in
tha anthracite r?c?on. there uro aleo ri t
t? nul pointa of difference, ami a deciaion
m one ?... i- as ? |nal t'io governmenl need
not neceasaril) meen ar. advet i d< .?ion
in th? eth* n
u was aald to-nlghl that there might
! <? a ro\ ?\ al Jn t 'oiipr? SI of efft.i ts to pre.
rent i.\- spe< in- legislation euch o*
??hip or stock n.n th? Departmenl of Jus?
? aeeka to end under exlatlng law.
TAFT STANDS BY
FREE TOLL VIEWS
Former President Writes Letter
Reiterating His Old Opinions
to Brooklyn Alan.
Formai Pri dent Wl -t -r i ; ?? .:
?n a letter to a Brooklyn Mond. Bdwln
Packard, of HI Henry ui . Brooklyn, !? .i
?ratea the stand taken hy him while
Prealdi ni In fa* or of the fi ? ?? toll p
i?.n of the Panama Canal pill, 'i ? ?? letter
?.mi lenl from New Haven under date of
March SI, i" II tha former President
"i ha r< l'ou i letter of March M whi n*
. i,... n made of ma ' ha? e
not h? Itati -i to 11 that i think ih*
i-i'.ii ol th?. ti"?? loll pi f the canal
Mil la a mletaki
"i believe thai II was wise to pa ? the
exemption In Iba pi ?sent i i?
and i iii.uk it uaais* to repeal it. i do
r.'.t ti.nik hi a br* sen of tha (rest) thai
are bass niH.i.? with England if i did, i
ahould t."! have favet ? .i it I tl Ink th*
attitude! 'if th'.r?e who favor rOPCSl, Ill Bl
tempting to pul th"*" who opposa it In
ths attitude of sdvocsting a dlshon?
thing, la unfsir,
i atatsd n' res soi foi ."K Iba
exemption to be within our rights under
Hi?- ti'.it?. in h memorandum which
tachad i?. tha eaaal Mil ??.hr-n i i?;iie.i it,
and i have ? en no r< aeon lo i sng* n |t
opinion - Inca l ha ail natur*
Winston Churchill in Madrid
to Confer with Premier Dato
*.t idi d ??pi .1 ?' Ft Inston ? 'hur* hill,
piral Lord el I ?? Bail h Idn Irslty, la
, |,. , !, <| in r " !" in- ? I'... . !n
t,ih. lal rlrrles It la al
inc t.. ? onfei a ')i i.il
, .,, tha projected coi Irui I? ol i
:,., n,i ifljiiadi on foi i h? Spanish i ?
I Bpaln i i"." II* slli sti "-h? 'i to ih*
Trlpl? i i '? ? '. fjreel Br| I ? ? li
u,,. ram sanlsstlofl of tha ' n ivj
h?B km-.ii importaaea al ti>?* pressai lima
IS NOT SO KEEN
"Aged, Infirm and Seagoing Wit?
n.*ss" Tails to Recall Im?
The i fharlei W. Morse did
>.?t.'ti as it was
it .1 six years ago for
ai i ? sentenced to Bf?
t" the federal Penitentiary
*? ? ia. Ha remembered? he said,
? tlon Involving
? i Bank of Morth
to Otto Hell " A Co of HM?
ooo 'i. i loan ? i by tffit.MO In
collai tl. It ta i ontended,
. ? -it?>'l from
? \ pf | he hank.
Moi i witm I afore
\l i blic, "l Nassau
; i the Wt ? ? ? i ?? alopmenl
t 'on,; ? Heinxe, which
, onducted behind eloeed
ipe ih .t Moras mli*ht talk
a hi " not ? ubje* ted to the
lln of i i"
a suit < the Western Development
? "m.. John W. McKinnon,
? for the aha ehoidera ol the We?
B r*k of North Ami rica, has al*
been tried ta ce In the Federal
? n the Hi al occasion th?* trial '
? .i the lui \ i., bi Ing In a ver?
t for alntlff, bul the Court of
ila i.?M that ti"* Jury ahould have
t.. en i" ' m '!? 'i to pa ? on the facts, On
the second trlsl the ad on the
t..und a rerdlci fo* the
plaintiff, bul thla time the Court of Ap*
h< id thai the trlsl Judge ahould
led s rerdlci for the defendant
In .. i-, y ... theee trial! did Morse's
teal ? ' re. alnce he a si abroad
He la i" Ing examined
Ittlt for the third
tune, leal he he Obliged tO HO fthro-.d
. for hi ? health < lalvln O. <""eer,
vice-president of the Western Develop?
ment Company, on whose nppilrathm
Judgs Hough srrsnged for the es?bank*
dei cribed Moi as su "an
aged, Infirm and aeagolng witness." Ha
i ? ; i. it ' aged" an?l "In
Ill in ' hs ?.?iked rapidl)
from Mr, Kullowa's private offiee
The hearings will be reeumed Moadaj
afternoon si 2 o't \ot k,
PENROSE FOR FREE TOLLS
Senator, Reverting His Posi?
tion, Declares Wilson Is Wrong.
Philadelphia, April ? Senator Penreee
thai he had revi i ted hla
i "? Itk i cone* rnlng the exemption el
la of thia country from
? ni of canal tolla aa a result of a
""?"? ? v. atlgatlon of th?* gusa?
I e time I v?.t".i egaiaal ihe sa?
la uae," aald tha Senator, "1
been enlightened bj the dlsousslona
i In tha newepepere, and,
?. with a lai r-,-.* number of my Re?
publican colleagues in the Benata who.
voted is i un? i have become convinced
ihnt Prealdenl Wtlaon is wrong In his In?
terpretation of our treaty obllgatione.
i ih. not believe that we are violating
any treaty In granting free pasna(-e te
oasta '? ahlpa through the canal."
METHODISTS LAUD DANIELS
Praise Action in Routing Rum
Th? action of Secretar) Daniela in or
derini llguoi ?? il nr lha officers' mess In
ths nsvj waa approved by th?> Methodist
?..'.i' In r* aoluilona ? on
mending him and Secretary of Riat??
'ih'.ference admitted it might i.tk??
ii indrada ol ?.?.?i ? before th.? action waa
truly re ognlxed, bul when it did eoma
? ? i i.bei i d ai ?i i ung? '
m m end tha moral alamina ef the
i ? ? ..i st n- ? no servi d uafermenl
??i llquora si ateta banquets." read ths
iiv?- hundred iaai?. (reta
non ' hol ? iiii'ii ? n v ill cheer 11>?* bet o
?i.i out sgsinsl tiie demon rum
an.; 11 ..lilil? about in? doa nfall.
\ telegram wss sent lo Secretary D?n?
in.iterance uik.uk h?m te keep
,p the h bl
Harold MacGr ath Is the author, and
A. B Wen/ell the llluetrator of "The
Voice in Ihg Fo?|," lie?) toning in the
Sunday Maga/ina of Tho Tribuna gent
STATES TO DECIDE
Conventions Will Sift Re?
publican Proposal on
SOUTH TO FORFEIT
MOST IN NEW DEAL
Committee Would Decrease Num?
ber in Delegations to Go to
Charles D. Huir?, chairman of the Re?
publican National Committee, mads pub
lie last nUrhl the address of the spa? al
committee outlining to the Republican
conventions In the several states the new
basis ?f representation In national con
ventlons recommended by tho national
committee at Us meeting In \\ ashi'-'t.Mi
Baaed on the vote In IT???, tho now plan
arould decrease ths total number "f dele?
sates by eighty-nine. This would cut too
votinj? ?st ten ft h of the\Southern states
fionn from approximately It por cent t.?
loss than il ? sr cent
The national committee <ic ;.| d Ih;'',
while it might have (rawer arbitrarily to
change tho basis of representation In ta
tional convention-, it would not be arias
to uso h. it was decided t<> make the
plan effective if, prior to January '. IMR.
Republican state conventions held under
the laws of the atal oi called by the
Republican stale committees m such
number nf Mato- as a : o ?rilitlod to cast
.. majority of votes In the presen! Else?
total ?College should ratify tiio (dan.
Th?? sub-commit toe of the national COm?
mut?e, consisting of Charles B. vVarren,
of Michigan; Senator William B. ?Borah,
of Maho, and Henry D Hatfleid, of West
Virginia, In Issuing tbe sddrese, says:
"The committee appointed to prcne.nt
th?. proposed plan to the stale conven?
lions believes that it Is desirable from
??verv point of view that th?- a'tlon of the
?national committee be ratified hh?i made
effective ah who are opposed to th?
fundamental principles of ths Democratic
? aii-- BhouM i".n m the election of dele*
caes t?i the national convention to be
convened in IM, 'i " _ ? * - basis proposed for
Mi?* election of delegates assures the
?tat? i having ths greatest number of Ft>
imi.ii.an \<>t?rs a larger proportion n' ?
voting strength In the supreme counell
of tho party, and try the changes made In
the rules the way is op. n f-.r tho separate
Btates to enact laws for tiio election of
d??!oca?o- |n primar- elections, and for tho
majority of ths voters participating In
tho primaries to etec! delegates who will
roi? e the sentiment of tho msj? tit. " ?
'I'he national committee m r? ol tiens
passed in December not only guarantees
th?? recognition, in the eaii to be Issued
for th?* national convention of tflg, of the
right of any stats to ?provide for the ? ? |
tion of delegates In direct primaries, and -
of th? righl of any stats to elect all d< '?
gates from the stats at large, or ? ? I
fr.itn the state at larse and par! from
Congress districts, bul aleo llmlnateg the
con Idoratloo of many contests by ths
national committee, which, at the sub?
committee states In its address, "In I ?
I a | have [roil III ' d dlSCOTd and dl
After the election of 1912 there arose s j
demand In the Republican ?'parti for s ,
special convention to change the bs ol
i epr? entatlon In national ? inventloi i
So the national committee adopted s
new basis <>f representation, now ?sub
?ci to the state conventions foi i il
Tho plan adopted th'n provide, that
tho F., publican votei ? In ??,?? h
hereafter be represented In s national
convention of th? rut. I fo;r delegat? -
at-Iarga, two delegates f<<r each repre- !
sentative-at-large In Congress, ons dele?
gats for each Congress district, ?and ?an i
additional delegate from each Congress .
district in which ths voto of iM foi |
any Republican elector or tor tho Repub- ?
iiean nominee for Congress In isll sitaii I
rot liav?. been less than 7..'"<\ It pro*. !
tlat Alaska an?l the I>:sti,el of I Olumbia '
shall bo entnici i?> t.?.. voting delegates, i
while Hawaii, Porto Rico and the ?Philip- .
pine Island- will each bo ?-ntitlcrl to two |
delegates without the right to vote.
Figuring on ih? vote of IM, New York I
State's repr?sentation would be cul from !
H to *-? Tennessee would lose three.
Ths other looses would ail b?- in ?South- i
ein state, as fOllOWS Maliam.?, S, Ar- .
Irai as :. Florida, ? Georgia. 11; Louis!- I
ana, I; Mississippi, l! North Carolina, I; '
?South Carolina, ?. Taxas, M; Virginia, I; '
Hawaii, F lotto Rico, I, and tho Philip- j
pins Islands. -'.
The sub-committes state-, that tho con- |
\ention of l?l?? will, Of Course, have com- .
p?ete Jurisdiction of ths ent-.:e queatlon, I
?arid if the majority of that convention '
di es to establish a n.vv basis of repre? '
s?ritation for future conventions it will be !
ertlrely within it: province to do so."
Chairman Barnes will call ths No? |
York stati? committee at.out May i to de
? ai?* whether en.unofficial state conven- I
tion shall bo held to consider candidates !
for Mate nominations to go <?n the direct j
primary ballot ?
If su?h a convention is held It probebt) .
will be In August, and ths question of \
repr?sentation in national conventions ?
?juii i?e considered al the ?amo time, I
If it Is decided not to consider candi? !
dates si a convention, ths convention to '
tar i on national repreaentation sill not .
i.e held in all probability until after the ,
November election. I
PRESIDENT TO TAKE FIELD !
Bordas, of Santo Domingo, En !
Route for Santiago.
NTaehlngton, April '? Preeldenl Bordas, ,
of ibe Domlnlean Republic has left ianto |
Domingo City fee Santiago, to tabs it.?- ?
Hold againai ths Insarrectlonlsta Com? I
mandet Blerer( en iiie gnnboat Wheeling '
;.t Innto Domingo Ctty, reported t?> the '
Navj Depertmenl to-day t?hat a Domln
Ivan gunboat !s carrying Qeneral Bordas
??nd iwo hundred government tu.ops t<> i
Puerto Plata, when... they will -;?> over- ?
lan.i t?> Santiago. I
Dispatches nom Commander Bootwick, '
on ?he ?'int.t Nashville, at Puerto '
Plata, anouncod the -?.?v si nmenl I o >ps .
have driven In. i . h.ia un?l?-i * . a-11. -1 .t 1 '
trias from Santiago The govermnenl i
the report stkl, had been Impreeslng si ,
.? v allai.i?* m. n nt Puerto Plata int?> ??.?! !
i a ?? to combat the r??t??iM in iii?? Interior. '
Decision Against Suffragists. !
I'.n.-, April .' i'ien?ihwomen hav.? no) I
th?? riniii i" vote, according t" ? decision '
pronouneed i?> ?inv i?, ths Couri of ?'?mi,? '
tion hi-?' Waanaa'n Rights League of i
lian? o ha?l tried |.? have ,1s members
r ??ali.lrr im vol?is for the coming etec? |
tiens au?! had applied I ? the lower court, *
which ruled against them An appeal ??. I
then asede i.? in.? higher court? which !
confirmed the decision '
'?"rom The Brooklyn Segle.
? ome, til! up the glBSSea ?ith harmless
< ?r anything alee tint won't imb'.iie or
S'.<!i as kumysa or soolak. plain water or
And welcome ' Daniels arlth thirty time?
Then !il! tip lie leakers with huttermilk
or any old thing that Is minus a "Mali "
J'ut so'ip in the purch bowl and milk In
Am\ welcome -I Daniels with t incty
There may be some dot?.
as to which came firs? ?l
hen or the e??, but there er?
be none as to the order ?/
confidence and pcrformenc?
The confidence whw
Owners have in tbisComp-,5
is the natural sequel to tU
all-round quality of our ?-.I
formanccs to date.
What we have done
what wc arc doing it is fairJ
assume wc shall continu
Building Const i ? -
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR ?
Aged Ruler Has Catarrh, ;?|
Still Grants Audiences.
I Bv ?'.it.:.- to ri'- i rlbuaa.]
\ ienns, Apr!! ti The Kmperor Tt\J
Joseph is Buffering from catarraki
he is - year? old. inn condltln |
(riving rice t?> some ?? .
He perslflts, however, ?ifsi It? th? v.?.
of his medical advisers in pruming?^
transferring of money
1 by telegraph is old. This I
I feature has been so im?
proved and the rates for
this service so reduced,
it needs a new name.
4 Full information gladly given at any
k Western Union Telegraph Office.
I THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
!?+? + ? + ?+? + ?+?+?+?+?+?+? +?+?+?+? -fB+l + B + l + ft-l*
I Play for i
Every one needs recreation
of some sort. Choose j
one that pays you j
a profit? j
DO YOU KNOW that the "Quit" j
is as merry, interesting and zest- ?
ful a game as you can find? The I
profit is counted in the education- ?
al benefits received and in the !
SPLENDID AWARDS which \
may easily come your way. ,
769 All Cash Awards
First Award.$1,000.00 in Cash
Second Award. 750.00- in Cash
Third Award. 500.00-in Cash
Fourth Award. 250.00?in Cash
5 Awards Each $100_ 500.00 in Cash
10 Awards Each 50_ 500.00-in Cash
50 Awards Each 25 ... . 1,250.00 in Cash
100 Awards Each 10... . 1,000.00 -in Cash
200 Awards Each 5. . . . 1,000.00?in Cash
400 Awards Each 1. . . . 400.00 in Cash
All of these rich cash awards?769 in all?amounting j
to over $7,000, are displayed this week in a win?
dow of the Smith-Gray Co. at Fulton St. ?
and Flat bush Ave., Brooklyn. \