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REST FOR BUSINESS Insists That His Anti-Trust Programme Must Be Carried Out. TRADE COMMISSION BILL NOT ENOUGH President Means lo Hold Congress at Work Ufltll It Passes - mi His Measures. % i [?hen -rill he ( "o hfUl waiting" , ? the Pi -. lent ? -in . all i to be -.'i con* trol ?' , Presiden! Wilson mad' 'hii'' %vl',;' ?a, nan ' i!" whether Con ? trust bill or .< . , ,,,, u n ned that his Mcon . irriad , on of Consreas ad* journed Chan- ""' R?P<aaanta* tivf, | irlin called on the fm ?? , ? i in| ai d Inform, 1 ? . the .1 i* ., comblm . .? one bill the inter and ? be mo. The rrr? ,.,. h ihat it made no jta-,. ? In what form they ? ? m? ndat?ono, ?pro** pie i ' tho] thought ? ? Bislatlon by passing si bill it would - lit t perfect ? i pro Ided that onaUtuUon of ? ???tin' n s i. o of the uns? ?? i,usine?? and the In ovei the ranal M ? ...ne unti- I ? might ? onsent to .'?-trust programme, or to 1 ?age ol i n i Is bill ' n atina he dlsmiaaed the : I] and ? nipti.i I talb*. 't must can programme ? ? the Exi iiUva to i on* ? nt until it had nmistokably plain ??? v o curtailment of the une. The Presi ". t on the ?;'. of the anti-trust legislation ded, and during tho prtssat ?airman Clayton ssJ4aft< t i ? President Latei mads ins attitude ? talkin? to other i nll B Proal* 1-m ?? . ng i i ttie progiamme ig . ? .' ? i rolong he marks ?J 'hat ?? would n ai on the men ?If has mide nd tiis members on ???N?i ? Islon ihe snti-trust ? nt of k-n. if mem? as BUK . tailing the time . to ? ele ii".i. ah< rl ? ' to do so ??si tun ; i gm tad 1 at lie the antl-lnjunc ? unions j ARTHUR H. HAHLO?CO. 569 Fifth Avenue Special Exhibition SEVENTY SELECTED PRINTS By OLD & MODERN MASTERS Msaaso PembrM?t. Durer. Meryon. ?? il.tdcn ?nd Cameron. WITHDRAWS FROM TAMPIC? Rebel Army Retreats to Effcc Reorganization. v. : .1 i : us, Mexico, April i". it i- re ported hers from Tampico thai the rpb? in- - have withdrawn a i on Wen tance from the outskirts of the tOWtt ?.. rcorgati laatlon TI ?? United state-, battle hip M m ? oi ifft hare for Tampico thia afternooa, we loaded with aupplles The ?'?!>.an rreiah learner Comaguey aill Icavs to-nlghl fo the sau-.?- port, it I as been romml ? i to in ins refugees t.. Vera i !i us, Orleai v ? The Unit* oapital hip Bola? e si '. .. t? i ; ?;< o. The transport HancOv'l im; eratlvc ord< ? Tampleo to take 0:1 ;? ._ ompi>te< ltd to-nighl t?j. h??: ng 11 it.? r ordei .1 >m VI. h illStOti. CUMMINS CHARGES PUBLIC IS MISLED Protests Against R. R. Cam paign to Obtain Freight .-.ate Advance. .. ?Vashii ? pr \ ?? a ? 1 tet ' agalnsl n hs ; termed to mislead the p auppoi 1 0 I.? mi nl to pe? mu the freight it? pe? cen? was Senati lo-i b? i nina. 'in- Benatoi from Iowa is suspected ol h a v I n a, d< r of Sei or La Fol plates makini a speech d< ne ini h to Influem a the Intel tat? Con ? 'ommisslo 1 reis I ivi to 1 he pro ?? .Mr. Cumml - aaid 11 I s ?> and mas lied ? Itti mislead Ins articles conveying the impreaaion that the railroads aere on the Ih ? ? ... iras a ti 1 ? d< pression : 1 ,; traction In traffls shoe : .. : thi r:t Iroada In ti had ii.? 1 eased theii nel r< ? by more than lOu pet cent, and In iros had earned enough to paj stock .,ti? 1 payini all Intereal obliga* dona. - almost unbelle a ?le, Ii l of thesi ? the 84 atoi d< lared, "thai Int? ? noun ce the attitude of the govci hostile to tho railroadt " Bei ator McLean 1 iked how much of the net 1 1 1 I gone to thi ato ?> era of the railroads. Mr, Cummina was unable to make a direct replj to I la question, bul he Intimated that a large percentage of the n< earnings had ? ? d to Impi ?>'. en I the p ir ? hass of rolling atock. Proposed Increase Great. Ali ? imtnina Introduce 1 he tolls , 1 tlon Into his speech bj asserting that the p uposed increase of ?'? per cent In freight rates would amount in one year to roots* than all the tolle that v\1!l be paid by ships passing through the Panama '.'anal in twelve or fifteen years, and more than would be paid In tolls by American Sl ?? (Si ? IpS in )?aif a 'lit irj If the se srai repealed ? ; si don a Ith 1 ? pn ceedim fore thi co asi? Senator 1 ? - . ogr?t8S the ; ???-? persistent that 1 hai 1- ev< 1 m Itnessed t. the people of ths believe 1 : 1 ?? ol tho gov< menl to re** railwai rates and railway practices ? .. disosjBtro rail thai ? ? menl In Iti ? leavoi to protect ths 1 d the Iran ; npaniet that it em to 1 hs ? erj ei -?? ol I an ? 1 ruin; that it has lestroyed their < redil ? dered them of preforming the service which com* -i? manda; that it liai 0 itlawed them from ths coi Idence of capital sn?j from the laid of the Investoi ? This eati 1 d campaign 1 sa I the ' ? ines with d ? ? ? It hs ? k? ? m of thi .. t ol v. tils h v' eek aftei seek to the decadi 1 ralli oada and to despond??!.t railroad manage - it gives dinners and holds public ban 1 whore the ?loquence of orators paints pictures of empty treasuries of ??.or., ?.'it tracks; ??f falling bridges and dilapidated equlpmoi I Ml d?-> not assert thai the campali I carried on t?> affr 1 t!??-- commis fiOP. for the railroad ? omi an:es know that it caimot bo swerved s? hair'a breadth from the path of Its duty, b il I ?o a ? I ihf- movers ol I ? ? campaign are trying to do Th4 ??'?? trj Ini I.'?? ?" ... . 1 ? 1 v , -, m path ?.?? ? Thi ? ' Ing t?> d?s* cetve the ? ounti ?? Bfith 1 ssggorated 0( 1 m in order to es* . ,. c , ontrol ? blch ? sperH nci ha de onatrati d should ? Impose pon s'l rations which undeita!<r a j . sei \ |?ce Roads ?Make the Rates. Senator Cummina recalled thai ? I atantlall] all the railroad rates noa pre vailing were made by the roilroods them -, and added t!-at 111 his Opinion ''?? ,,,.? ,.,t of the freight revenues of the railroads ware derived from Interstate freight ratea -nade and published without any interference by the sjov-r-imnii. He d that he belie.<H that thi Bsh] k ll condition of the railroads ?a? better BOW than e- ei In fore in their history _ 1 Q^evillon i r?res LS7ABUSHLD IT2J SAFE FUR STORAGE We store furs under the same con? ditions as our own valuable stock. - carefully regulated temperatures, thorough cleaning and expert care. Behind our insurance policy is the guarantee of a thoroughly responsible house. Call 3761 Grecley. 19 West 34th St., New York PARIS LONDON MONTREAL TREATY NOT PART OF TOLLS ISSUE It Will Stand, President Says, Though Repeal Be Adopted. SENATE COMMITTEE HEARS WITNESSES Expert Declares Railroads Would Pocket Savings from Exemption. | From Th? Ti ? Wai . ? : , i.r ifjenl -in?-: III, .... of th* Pi W I". ;: ? ? ..? ?aid that hi i. oti ? een the i nit? ?! 8tat< ind foreign n? ? ,.i to t ? Int. ? ? . ? . ? ? ? . the Senate tu . ? ? i Intel pretal ira pon the ? f ? ote tri The Presid? ... . thi .- i. . ?? ? ?team of ii ? i tal i mi mb? 1 v. ?? I ? ol Colombian Treaty Discussed. ? ??? al ... p a) , ... lomblai treat Althoi gh . ? ? ? ? will n - ? a Itli ? tuboi no I thi ? tint him in thi ?.?i the queatIon of thi pn et bj ti..- ?.:. ; ..s. ,i exemptioi ?>t ??? arahipa, It waa poii ? ? ? >da that i 'olombda ? .. - tho ? 'anal Z. : f thi I tho hoi ... ima Before the 8ei Ca nah Committee _. T. Cbamberli Comm ? Navigation and Profi - aor B. B. Huabnei, of tbi Unlvi i ?? ,: Ivania I u aod i ? ei onomie ? i on of to It exemptlo 11 ??. bner for two reoi a waa Vcd bj m . ? the 1 ibo Mercbanl Mai m? ? 'ommltl?. ,.'.'i data whl ? pili .1 lo thi coaatwiae ahlppina at thai t.mf. ?w ? -? laid before th? .im ?i- Information. i in 11. upon thi tuatloi I hii wo ? h?? said, "in the poat tho ownora oi n. \.^-,-l> r::L;,-i^<^l in f'lir intoi ? ttOOtal Uaile ?iu\e cbargod a* .?.?ar thf railroad ratea ouM to ? -?tain boaln? aa. Tbay v.ill ?.oniiiiue 1?. do BO ? Yi. . IB? I i ,\? . thai ti.- ?hipo* Il p il tbi tolli ii? the! i. Thai ? ' ? oa d I ? ? . i? "And th? ei i.? i efll ' add? >'. 8i nato efln n om i . n or ? ? - ti ' to -... : Over - ? r,f v)i0. s o] ?, ? ?!- .,f ? o m ba ao i moll th.-u no one i ? . ? (. ? .;il(- ,1 ? it- ., |? od .. - ke tbc tariff, li ter ji. ted B< ? atoi Bi Con Unite* Btatea 1 . tempt an? of ta i pi Ini fion m. nl of toll M ? : ? all** pro \i,i...i thai ? ? ' Btaould mi at the - apenoe of paaalna tho i ?? hipa through ti"- canal and thai tho exomp tlon about- nol add In on? wi to tai hi rd< n In pa ? d ipoi foni l| b! Ccriim-r-e Body's View. The on! other wltw ai ? aa Wal? tei Wdod I I ; Iphia . ? ? ? ?? : o ? .v., tlom adopt?*? bj that b?ody. The : Hi* was that atlon lawa i ' the i i ted Stati ' i ?'. ' pan \ ? -.. an coaatwuM ohlpo burdona an thoea Irnown to foreign ohipplng, oquaJ uoo of tho canal obooM ba k- ;?.nt? i ??> i?,t. but with the pi-a*/ialbn that fa ahlpo carrylna to American port?? ah?aukI pa? ., ... .? a! "? tha oxceaa la coat ?f i,,,er;,- ? ? ? i?rir:in la*.' I!" < 0! mated tbio at II cent i net in- a d tau1 of the Brit Iah Board B pe? ?i..ii?? w.th him expr? *aed o llllngi ??j- to - I .? :??* . . q ., .- condition?. m Bo oi?oi ? treaty pravl lona ? 'ommlaaiom r i !hoi i I M* . that tha matter goBerall] o u misunderstood by th?? public. Tha Bub M?ly contracta of forelan aovornmento, ha Mid, ahowed it to '?*? a military mooauro, ? ol commen lal. Tho I alti d v- ? ?ho .'.?i looh al ? oarae light, ba tho ight VILLA DEMANDS MORE RANSOM FOR TERRAZAS Rebel Leader Calls fnr Another Half Million Dollars Under Penalty of Death. bj? r*i<_i ; - ?1 Pooo Tex., April il \ diamond for l?OO.OOQ aoM oroa modi to??ay on ?;??n?r-i! Lull Terra?M the Chlhualiua millionaire, n.-- r-_toon foi ? Bon Lula Tern I ? , ? im -, held a priaono iy th m Cblhuahua. Thi letter maktnf th* new d?niai d ?? ??- ined ? ? ilenernl ; bo Villa Failure to pa] the ra ? In \\ . ?In? ??;.!? . H tald, ? ?" ? j 1.1 rf lull In ? oung Terrooai I pul the firing Hne at Torn Idi d, death uro lid '"" ?r' loin "n h atatod b elatlvea here thai G?fn? eral Ti 11 aa is .. . ? ...i i -,? ; old I I la n oi? than * ?" -?' timeo to oecuro \\\e ... ? ? . i-li tlnM i , i ikon ? ?'? mono] and thi ? rel to hi" i??'? tin.mg man I? n tha month ago i'.M\OM woo paid -. 0?rnoral Terraoao oa ranaam*, for Lulo, imi I I r?ti hod bei n dei i aroi nol ..n paid round Tfrrrao?o ??.,- held ? '?> oat?I Ton .i rho I .? ? fugoo ?.. )? un .?ii a/on led orei thla riow ,; .1 '.? aaya h?? cannot :aloe iho money, although worth man? ml lloni n rtli are all In rob* tan Ito ,,,,.! ,,?1 !,:?\?- i- ?-n i./. .i i '. lila i d H bill ' ?""' '"' "" i I' MM l"? "" m ?? :? month, .' no? I i" act! nur m ITouna Ten laoa m umiei h<tavj ?i_rd ... Ill -?ujIiiii? ?'il v SECRETARY BRYAN -VND JOHN LIND MEET IN WASHINGTON. VILLA DRIVEN FROM SAN PEDRO Federals Retake the I own and Rebels Are Fighting to Hold Them I'rom Torre?n. i ... re/.. Mexico, April 13. -Pancho Vti a ? rebel army has mel a date mined resist In its move on Saltillo, and for the lecond tune it has been repulsed al Bon Pedro, a town which Villa t h ? ? :i ? 111 he hi Id nil sored press dispatches from to-ds i t'ilfi of i ronce ol Fed?rala toward Torre?n, when the Itted the statement that se? vers ghtiag at s.ui P??di rdajad the rebel advance on Saltillo. Rebel on. here have information from the front which rr?-ss dispatches ?lo not carry. but they are not glv?ng It ou'. That the Feder?is, strongly reinforced, have Baud* pa ted \iilas move aad have ?tatted a emenl to retal ? Torreon la Indi?.? t ^.j Ule which i* admltti d here. When \ .?'..t s i.,, i -, Pedro Baturdaj ths Fed?rala had evacu tu?- t?.\\i To-day the F?ederala art again n I..1IO and the entire rebel b i? Btrlvtng to retake I rson i : directing the fighting, and the troops sent auainst Parras have been recalled The principal effort of the rebel leader no? spj ? irs to be to hold In ehe k the i'edei s so 1 ? I ? m, which until : nol giren rebel leaders ^rious ? ? o HUERTA ORDERS NO SALUTE TO FLAG l ..iil.iiiieil frmn fh?t page bluff, as be has i?ns believed, it is with this In ni.n?i ths the administra* ? now a orklng. It Is !" omlng plain that even if the Tampico Incidan! does nol fores a for? irard movement by the administration Othei ? in the "situation trill. All Washington onsidrrH Inten ention ultimately Inevitable, and speculation Is rampant as to whether th*> time has I 01 nos arrived. President Wilson made it clear to - t..-d i that the saiuti ' ta.i been demanded would be Bred. Hi meant tl ??' the i nits d States govern? .;?i Bes to it that Its demands . ere 'ret as I Hut rta'a attitudV in the matter, the Presiden! would *ay nothl | Tb?* Secretary of ths Vavy ?ss ecjuall ' spes Iflo in statir.p that th?--re would be no receding, He explained a"ay the delay thai has occurred b\ talking of Bastei holidays in Mexico and s tendency of this government to i- :.iMe In giving Huerta time to investig?is ?Secretar)' Daniels would not admit thai the time llmli fixed by Real Admiral Mayo aspired this aven ,i k-, 1 ill The Tribune corrcsp?>n?lent ?,, - issureii th.it this vas the caga, Mr. Daniels left the situation t ? his subor dinates 'his aftornoon, baaing an en jri.Keiiient t?i ?^pe;,k before the Poaso? -rntir club lti Harrisburg, Pcnn, to? night Bryan Against Harsh Action. The Bryan Influence Is working, ai nsl an) drastic action against Mex? ico. Much as the Secretary of state thr.'-v Huerta, if appears that the use ??f f rCO for anv purpose whatever dooa not moot ?ith Air. Bryai i approval It is generally c*on? aidt*red, however, that the administra? tion baa gone too fai to recede, and, foiling the salute demanded, action nual be taken. Tin Preaidenl ha.-* given his full and absolute approval lo Rear ??amiral Mayo's desaand fnr sot? Uon, and It Is not boM-sved that oven Mr. Bryan can dissuade President Wilson fron taktssj props r steps t.> avenge the affront to the American ? - With Huerta aaaumlng an unaatla* i.,, toi attitude, ottentlon Is turning to the ways and means of admlnlsterins 11;? punishmenl al Tampl? ??. The i.t papular suggestion ij the seiaure ,.i ih. i, '.?m hoiuts or even the aboit) t. un Taking ov?er the ? ustotns would be m MaSJ to Huerta, at it vswuld tut, off a considerable amount of ota John Und, Prei Id? nl ???Vila sonal repreoentative, ?!?? wa Mexico loat Auguol to toil Huerta r? t out, an Ived In Waahlngton morning on tl:?' Mayflower fi His daughter, Miaa Jennie i? and Mr". K!? ti hi :. a Ifi of ttV r admiral commanding Amei an oh n Mexican wati r > ami on i i ia in.at. Mr. Lind did hla beai to livi sobriquet of "Silent John" Lind, declined to diocuoa the situation h any angle, although in- wanted knoa when ha came nahon .. navy yard, if il tvoa tr le thai the ? ernment bad I tnand salute of twenty-one guna at Tampl He waa told that h waa no! and, li Bald he .-mili il \\ H h aatiafai lion. Lind Confers v/ith Bryan. i/at* this forenoon Mi Liad i i the State Department and had a long c \ f-i.?at:on with Becretory Bryan, who ; noun'-i-d thai Mr. Lind Would ? .? ? ? -row morning. There Mi <'? - plana to lei f,,?- r-. da or two we? I ? i- I tald tl ,i b< to - o\\ II and did not Know whi b? ???? i. turn to Mi ' all. 'I l ; OS ... Ill C< ? My In thp na*. ? ? delay getting thi Rear Admiral Mayo ;-o proraptl] i ,\ Mr Daniela ? t of I tei M ?. ' _ldered inad?quat admin I the Mexl i .mcni. -.1 Na\ f offli - ' - foil reconcile the effort to smooth over t! :!..!-.. Wfl ' , menl that Prea <'.? ? I Wilson fully ai provea ? ': land. It a : ? ? ? ? ? ha ? of tl pn Th< ? . ? (Ilcer In Toi on Rear Admiral Ma; aded the opolog? ai I i and aet ?'. o'clock ?'?iday ?svenlna time by Whteh lils d? mauds m'jst iV me He reported at oi I thi Navy Depon ment, which conunui Icatod with thi Prei icent, who <a_o In Weat Virginla and ah telegraphed his approval In th" tasen titas, tho Btate f^paj-tmeri sent word to Niatoon CT-haubneaoy, char d affrtires Iri M.\. >. ?'!ty. 'o V'"f ? ,- ? to I! uerta. On Sal ti?? Btate 1 ? od tha i ? ? re ? iv?!. Fa ? mirai Mi an exU of tim to the loci :.? . : admiral ' -,. ? ?? . . |f t... Bl te ' ? lavo In Btructiona ? dent v, I??on - More Battleships to Mexico. r?i??r":'- Um denla- of the Navy Deport nv nt, It h planned to i battleohii : Mi part of thi:s month. It i- ; 1*=" Il loaded tl nave Rear \<uniraI Bodg?ar, romraand? in chief of Uu _tli neet, relievo Reel Admiral Fiel ;her In ? ommai I li ?atara Rots Idnrdral Badger -.-.il! ta;s. o\*r th* Mexican work ah nl Ma will continue until July I, ? hi <?ift-|itp*ii month-1 tour as ?ommander lr ?chief expire If nothing haPI ? mean time ~ome oth?^r real admirai will be aenl to n H?ti a him. Just what shlpe a I be oanl la Mi ha- not b?een fully d?Bt?trmlned, but 1 n ? 11 > a* t'.i ni ar?. that the third division, ' fnsc of the batUeobtpo Virginia, Qeeri ? ?ew J? roe) and 'ebro ? ??? II go Nebraska will return foi overha . ? ,-. ? | if condition ' . Maxican ara ? is the R le 1 ?? ill probabl: her i it i* also a .'art of the | of the de? partment to send the battli Irkanaaa to Vera ia non corr?? i Rear Admiral Badger, flog. HENRY PRIME'S WILL FILED Half Million in Real Estate Left to Mother. Mine?lo. Umg uland April '?' The wiii of Henry Primo, who died In Homp Bt?Md on Februar) li leaving an i to * .?f ||.\ .--li in Manhal w.i ? . ?? ? ti ? ?:.? eft I - for life if la alster-ln-la? \ ? ? ?. Rhodes Prime, of i ?? Ian ? -? V r... ||f* and II thi ?_ en outi ??hi to ... Benjamin of .. i ' ?-...n Two ? lotte Pi m< \\ ? etl ai ?I M?r? ? . Scrj msei ol Ma hall 'i? ^.M m? ntloned In thi a > i i .. . i ? ? n ? , ? ? ... ? . the last i ' id nol gone oui ol the - ?"i of ? la homi In Hi mi.I I!? \?a.i a i <? 14 I"'. MALONE WON'T WEAR A MAXIM SILENCER Collector Says He'll Not Be Curbed in Talking Politics. ATTACKS TAMMANY AT JEFFERSON DINNER Democratic Club's Celebration .Marked by Absea?c of Wig wain Supporters. ? Jefferson's I71a1 birthdai last night b] a dinner at Use Nati? nal I ???n ocrai moi ked b) the absence of nai man In the it.ir Xoptes rley, and bj the renewal of Dudley r M . Charl?as F. atju >f hli I p M inj m ho att< nded ri?era bj ti-e club o loa could ? i S In other : ears. a ? '?? laid for r/>. le.??? than i . Judgs ? ward P. O'Dw] r who al u tod tl B ?>ui-mi of Mr. uh. Introduced the who .... ; '? also \ igustua T o asa. ., - ..? ths ' ? Is Governor Walsh Bn? so . t of* the dt t pi ,r\ |aa In tl and ' . ?-. ? ? ; ??? er iros* to Introduce Mr. ?ne. Referring i i . remar:,? oi the direct fudge 0 Dwyer ow the Legitlature rs fused to '.menta to New York's ?li? ny ia\\ which were advocated lie os isa an noun, ?i ii? will not let the estro session ? . Legislature conoklsr anything but :: Mow, i ?(?i. the ..f nus iiuff to writs to the i Oovei to their Benatora urging them to i these amei \i Mal ? tack on the Tami ...... ?? i but hi** rel II I lit.! : Balks at Any Yoke. Mi Melons, who spoke on Progrt : the diners whea be ? ? \ man In polit] s must have a keen ? of humoi. good ai d loi al friends well known and can fully choeen political i ? ? - ? ma among mj ; ? ?? - ? . , me who can i. .i Maxim -i eno r when i want to snanclats political prfn oi my i He s I he wsa created isaing thi tst?j ^ free from the dominan.m of ?peeial |B? .a to se? - 1 ?? ma i.?ti?' leaders, he ?i : re fleet on the I Ii ad? ship of Prea dent fVilaon. He closed b) sa ig he saa tl - dga nlni of t-- daj a ben ths three* gan ould be eliminated fi i so ? - t.? ?? and when the ?? onducted on pi 1 ?o and net eon | " I I . "' ' ? e real leadei ? i t by* " . : ?,m men pro nlnent In coon lia ? ? . - ' 9 ? ?, .? , Goven or < llynn and wiiimn , oi n Tamman ? n en I ??? tVt ? Hack ? itua A. Via v. , have neve:- mtSSS ? aren i :?? iblj ? - ... , ,, i. ared Um ibee e of Governor i?i>nn *tg am Bryan Senda Regrets. The Qcvorajpr oaid he could n<?t attend beta?? In Albaa* la look after "ftegiolativi meaaurea demnad Lag !ii?< m raed| ;t? attention." Mr. Bryan m ola telegram mW: "Your ?tul. has a great opi?ortuiilty t<? r??nd??i oaivlce worthy of >?. di-tlno???ed an organtxatloa and m Importan! a ? u. .tat, t.. thi? leadership of Pn w'iN.iii Th,- i onaoeroey of th.- natloa i* addrei - Itself t.? great economic ami political problema. It needa tl i and active ?o-or? Qovirnoi tValOh BO?I :' w ? ? of Un*0 when |! ? ? , u., .id 1.? bul two gi ral part thla counto I i ? \ atlvi . nd the Pi . latter. In explained, would '.ppoood i" w bile fh<- ior p.. i ?, iid atand toi l PULLS OWN TEETH; DIES Blood Poisoning Follows Resort to Home Dentistry. Iiaiii:--..n \. .1 . \pril l.i. Richard A. Terhune, alxty-flv, yaara old, died to da) al bte honte, 30 Maple at, K??arny. t>f blood piusMiniu. Two oree*? age Mr, rarhuaa iia?i a tooth pulled t>\ a dentist. On return? ing lioina ho found that two other teeth wie lins?- and, rather than repeat hi? visit launediati iy. he pulled these him? self xiood potaot-Jng foltoarad. Ha wai a aaetabar af tha old .^andf?iri "anally, whoao progenitor in this oo_in trjr, ?Captain Oacar satidfoni. bought great tracto of land in Hudpon nnd r. rgen countlaa from tho [adiaaa early In the v,,> ? nteanth i etituirjr. He l<saV?M L?s widow and five clill dren. Tha funeral arlii ba aaU on Wedm oda]. CHURCHES NAME WARDENS Holy Trinity and St. Peter's Elect Vestrymen. Tl.? Church o.' th" Bety Tilmtv and Bf. Peter. Church, Wool C?-BJtar, held thetr Bloater eue ?oi ol wai?oaa and vestry aeterda). At St ivt.r s p. M Ilnrf Brown and Profaooor TbOmaa I! Harrington wer* elected wardens ?nd the vestrymen ar*> <; Man-. Belmont, ThcMnoo iiihi?. Jame* i Igor, rjllberl ? i-v??i-. 'larence, r tior .lu-ifT?? Froakthi C Btojrt, Oeaoga I MocMntoah and BngatM ii Baooaa-MOl IdI wai.I K ?TON? was ??le.'ted a war Bl the ??t.ur.-.h of the Holy Trinity ?o a two yean and foreeerJ?age Balgar \i Cullen oral made warden foe thre* ? ra The veotrymon to eerva thr** ? -, Franc!? m P ige and R, C B, Browa SOCIAL REVOLT IS AIM Church of Revolution" Formcil to Encourage Political Action. The "Chun u ol tha Revoluti? n " organ In th* Heikel.?v Theatre, ooi ordlag to Boom k white, gf la! t and one ?if it> founder?, will hold weekly meetinga Tho "ehorefi " arhlch, he >a.s. ?-tfir'i-.i with about three hundred mem bei . w :: bave a meeting every Bnoday eekdaj o o ta - f be 'I al Oil Oat corners. with ??ri?-?,ii?'* .? - ?a the laaetal revolution " a \\. invite to onr ra reh I Vf ?9 fl Bocial and 1 ail oti".-?- w.'n radical * ? i ?*- ri ?=? ' a aal ?Moat of t - tho i hun i? ?re i. I ,, ot ? *o funber ? ? some me iror-ina on a n i ? bag Christ ? ? - rod i i. '-i - v\e?>- ? g about the Urect political I I de * i ?? ,. ol ' WOmoa w??iking on t' I rixoa Pai_ a/a t. arho tbe faith ot th.- oiembara ' *?.'-la! 'ion." ^! Special Values in g ? Summer Furnishings K 5! Imported French and English Cretonnes ?> S?l mono %ard'. of > t inch materials that were "a tjsj formerly 40 to :; cents r<r yvd reduced to ??? M 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c per yd. ??J Bj French and English Printed Taffetas A L"? 75c, $1.00, $1.50 per yd. ft ?!? i inlendid opportunity to r^"1 hv 'ci] reductions. JlJ snl Former value?; named were the actual selling prices \m C's] before this sale. Misrepresentation Kot Permitted. Ial ??I Muslin Cottage Curtains ??j ?V $1.45 per pair lj| ??I Figured Net Curtains ?ijj pi.I in a wide variety of patterns .E [ij $3.00 to $7.50 per pair X !?! WINDOW SHADES AND AWNINGS |S "l PRICES MODERATE-COMPARISON INVITED Jjj 1 McGibbon & Co. ? |l! HOME FURNISHERS g ??S 37th St. West, near Filth Ave. K 7T/7Dv i c_/\ollano y ?fcO JO rVrsrJ?f ??r^/, The foyer of our delightful tea room at No. 30 West 34lh Street affords comfortable repose for the tired shopper. YOU are welcome there. Dainty Luncheons and Afternoon Tea Are Served The fastidious candy buyer will be pleased with the selec? tion at our store. "Midway Between the Waldorf and the McAlpin."