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SWEET FOR STATE
Wants Corps of Guard
Similar to Those of
Marks Atkl Governor-Elect's
Aid in Market Campaign
No Prosecutor Named.
? -ver discussion sf the
Btivc pragramme yes?
? of the As
? K Woodbury, Attor
I with Gev
-??id no deer-" - ha.I
.:iy of the matt.
w< er, thai the
I>enartme-t of Efflcienev si
mn? . 're Marshal
t that the High?
p.? 'a thrre-hesd? '"?? ,n ??"
?ul'l be r? 'he Speaker
?d'!' . .. , V
thiBgs discussed by
lary. He ?' 0'* ? t?1'1
? ? faaad te l>?
Id like to see sn sdap
-1 don'1 know what tue attitude of
lure will be," said Mr. Sweet.
??nor what conclusion
, ?veraor-elecl nay reach, but per?
sonally I am much in favor of a state
? i? of the Legislature
are corr.inir to the Govi I to en
.; part in the organization of
? em he is keeping
y and that the
? -?bcrs of each body must
choose their swb officers. Among the
rnor's callers yesterday were Sen
1. Henry Walters, of Syracuse.
ir chairman of the
ommittee, and Sena
Landon, of Dutchess
es A. Park?
er, of w.- iBnty, w-as an
a long time 1 rest him in a bill
that ? ths city to establish
markf told that as this and
?<> come be?
fore the Governor for his signature.
Mr. Whitman did rot think it right that
he should give an opinion in advance.
?\or-elect has not decided
II he will go in his
message in the recommendation
of legil '-'?'? is now gathering
? hable that there w-jll
luring the time
the Legislature is in session.
Whitman said yesterday he aras
not ready to announce any appoint?
ment? nu!d prob..
Monday. The impression continues to
a~i K. Hayward is
:o be name ? nal counsel.
Although he bar- lived in this state only
two years, he has been particularly
close to Mr. Whitman for some time.
The position of District Attor: ?
pen. None of those who have
been mentioned I ties so far
placa. -Mr. Whit?
man is an\ Moint a man of
such a high ? he would stand
n in this Democratic
M great that the
Governor-elect will be unable to get
?way for a ? rip to-day.
MEN AND WOMAN
SNAPPED AT BY DOG
Animal That Starts Reign of
Terror in West Side Run
Down by Police.
' n the
? ? iterday,
sfon ight ai
? B and attack?-?!
\ ? <tent
. the anima!
I a reign of ter
Twelfth ?vs. from
? ? i Barn - tr. and
>thl r damage had
oted by ? lot
Bad ? Bed bark
cared la the
? ? red Griffenking
? '-man cos Id
?? ' t in
- ; r, Bg, the
r I ? ? 'h ?v.. with
? ta himself V
-.?<? rcept the
? to : ??-. '-h ?v.,
? d hark U I
I ' rowd, led bj
: .? .-?:?. v ?
IM st. Thomas
ill made a dash
. ? d with hi-?
'?nth ?v. an elder?
ly wo- rrier, tried
? -?r? m was
? ? ?he terrier WS -
Ml] ",r?.er?-d the
' '.'.. -? ;? th st.
Hosp tal far Pas
IN BECKER CASE
Oovcrier. Prosecutor Must
Hear Appi-al if Conviction
*'' ktsataa, esBasel for
" Of Apr,,.;,
' ' ? bru f brinfr
'ted ?t the
he ?, ri.?-rrih.-r ?I th
Uth trials, and
?arder, eben .t *,,
?nt that the
'?un of Appeal? ?uatains th* convie
Styles for Next Spring To Be
Severe and Practical.
Toledo. I>ec. ?I. Women are not going
to wear tight skirts any more. Sue
foahion'l decree for next ipriog and
lummer. The d< ?f American
itylei for women hove decide.) on that
oas pom!, and ore going to confirm
their decision at the twenty-fifth
semi-annual convention of the National
Cloak, Suit and Sknt Manufacturera'
Aaaociation, winch will open here to?
Women will wear tailor made suits
v. .th plenty of pleats in the skirts,
."styles ?rill be much more severe and
practica!. The coat must be short
nt.mi; twenty-four inches with ordl
nary lleoves, and of a plain, quiel
color Skirt.? will be about six inches
from the ground.
l!" a single coat is worn with skirt
and shirtwaist it will be ."ull from the
? io\? i,, with belted effects and
MAY SEE REAL WAR
U. S. Army Officers Sail for
Germany with Hopes.
on tiie Holland-Ameries steamship
lam, which sailed yesterday for
Nui.!? -, erai i party of United
Statei arm* officer! on their way to
in the hope of observing the
? army in action. It was -aid Si
the pier that no definite arrangements
had be? ti made for them to lee the war
as military observers. The party will
at the American F.mhassy in
"ii arrival, an.i permission may
be grai lei by the General StatT to en
eble tl em to sec some perl of thf (?er
I eflleori sailing were Cap
Samuel !'. Rockenbach, llth Cav?
il ijor Dwight E. Aultmar, field
ordnance deportment, and I.ieutenniit
r Kugh, engineer
corps. The Rotterdam, which will g<>
i Mediterranean service on this
? l 100 Brat, l-.ri second and
2,000 third cloil pOMeugeiU, She also
: a large cargo of flour nnd food
supplies and a latge consignment of
KNOX ENTERS LIST
FOR HARRY K. THAW
Ex-Secretary of State Files
Brief in Supreme Court
Washington. l>ec. 8. Declaring that
under the Coi itution of the United
State! one cannot be extradited
:harged with crime in th? atl from
ivhich he fled, and that by the New
itotute the act of an inaana per?
declared not to be a crime, SX?
secretary of State Philander C. Knox
led .1 brief in the United Statei Su?
preme Court to-day on behalf of Harry
w, who is, now m New Hampshire
ighting extradition to New York.
Mr. Knox, who has been retained by
i.e Thou family to argue the constitu
question involved, says that
1'haw is, a! between himself and New
Fork, an adjudicated lunatic, the courts
if .New Yi 1 - 1 live
times in the last lix yean, during all
A which time New York has kept him
?ontined in a madhouse as a dangerous .
Mr. Knox points out that, Ihcse facts
ippeoring on the face of the record, the
. Statei eourti cannot ovi
their obvious legal effect and ?leal with
rhaw on any other theory than that of
kttti given him by New
Vork over nnd over again. Mr. Knox
the contention of the New
fork lawyeri thai Thaw'i wealth has
teen used to scat . administra?
?ion of justice in New York by 1
ng out that in every legal proceeding
instituted by Thaw for his n
there were five in all? Thaw utterly
failed and the state succeeded in re?
t? im m custody.
Thir-, Mr. Knox observes, doe
-eem to ind .wer of wealth.
j'he only legal victory, it 1? pointed
nut, that Thaw hoi won was in New
Hampshire, where the court held that
New York could not claim that he WOl
for the purpose of <
in a madhouse and sane for the pui
Lif punishing him for walkin.,' out < 1 it!
It ir? from this decision of the I
states Court in New Hampshire that
?e of New York las appealed to
??reme *'< urt. The COOS il fixed
?..r argument Monday.
SAYS NEW TARIFF
COST PARTY VOTES
Governor fielder Tells Hudson
County Democrats How to
? li ? 1 ; . 1er, at a din
the Demoi 1 It e '
n loot night to c?
:ent Democratic victory m Hudaon
try-wide falling off of Democratic
"With a change of tariff, with gen
? rai t. ? ion, with an un
jsually large army of unemployed, and
... taxation, any ad?
.1 Progreesive would have felt the re?
the Govei ? ?-rit.
Hi -.. .1 1 ;- ;. ..: -lice, miltll??
?ral hundred Democrats from all '
,f the chance for
the 1 '? t.... rot ? '.< th-- t.eld
! on their
. reco ?1-.
"'I... Repul . . sn party \?n- tuined
Gel anything > os can, in
...1 <an, for *he party, and
ne-, 11 ? sople,' " 1 he Govei nor
U -,...1 ron W . ! -'. .. ?,..? ernor,
11 . and hove in the re
rn th? r belief in his
polici? ? ng them up with a
riitii- majority in both I
Oth? Eugene Kinkssd,
?-;?-i ted vI ??'ill of 11ndaon
. Jofa 1 J l- gai , Repreaei tot ive
tin, A 'rom 11 lid-on (lean
ntalIve Jamei llamill and
.l?hn J McGevere, Recorder sf Ho?
"Th. tog hi pal
ting Into the Bold cand datai ol
calibre a? thoaa who ? ? . -..i at
th?- leal ? . ??? -." mid SheritT-elecl
I ? - t he eoaa?
try ?.'.?-r know low lo [in k men of
worth and sterling ?lualitieH
, lend -i? tO Victorj
BURKE INDICTED AGAIN
Pleads Not Guilty to Charges
of Conspiracy and Bribery.
.loin. Baria, who was Is shargs si
? \ depon
.., the ' ii'ial /.." .
-. rday, this tims <m two
?f bribery and tw? of con
nmi m Mi
? ,| ?...., held 111
tir, O'i'i bail Thi? makea 188,000 in
which Borki bus been held eo roi
ndictmi 1 I
I, ,.. , ' ...? lit? made pub
? .-,?? : with
--? 02 from Aril.or I ?old ?en m I dt, of
Hamburg In an..tin ', H irki and Gold
? ...... -. n - mber <.f thi firu
,t |< Loris ?V '". geoersl merchsnts,
ire OCCUSed ?f conspiring to defraud
i , ...
BY GLYNN EDICT
Charges Made by Honest
Ballot Association Dis?
missed by Governor.
PRAISED IN REPORT
Election Official Will Retire
from Office at the First
of the Year.
IB? Tflr?r?|.ir la T.r 11rtune 1
Albany, Iiec. t. Tin charges against
John Ii. VoorhiS, State Superintend! :??
of Elections, preferred by the Hones*.
Ballot Association, were dismissed to
day by Gavernor <>lynn on the ritoni
iBendation of bti coanaissioaer, John
1'. McMshOB. The commissioner's re
? t only completely whitewashed
'he elections superintendent, but hon?
ored him witn a rtowery eulogy on h'?
lines.; and past record.
"He is strong, ph; .cically active and
firm." says the report. "His testimOB)
at the hearing was given in a straight?
forward manner and his action and
demeanor were characterized by earn?
estness ami trathfulnesa.
"The record of Mr. Yoorhis for abil?
ity and hOBSSi and efficient discharge
of official duties is attested by the COB?
?denes repasad la him dariag a period
of forty y.'iirs by men in high station,
having ths selection and appointment
The charges against Mr. Voorhis
"That he appointed unfit dej ?-.
that he assigned these deputies to dis
trletl where ;ney lived.
"That he and his deputies failed to'
. SS their powers to insure fair elec?
"That he refu-ed to investigate
charges of fraudulent registration.
"That he refused to furnish the
names of deputies or tell where they
"That he and his deputies harassed
and embarrassed the ?BVCS1 igators of
the Honest Ballet Association.
"That he WSS wilfally negligent and
Judge MeMahon recommended that
everyoac be dismissed. He said thsl
the election deputies were "men of in- .
. ? BCS and possessed of all the ojual
iflcatioas to perform theii duties." Hi
found bo evidence trat Voorhis ap- ,
pointed as deputies "men having a di?
rect interest in preventing voters from
voting with other parties." Hi- upheld
the laperinti sppointmeat of '
deputiesia districts in which they lived.
He declared that the evidence taken '
by him showed that every charge of '
fraudulent registration had been la?
tij ted and that he eaald Had no
evidence to lustain the charge that '
Voorhis permitted deputies to interfere '
With watchers of 1 ? Ii ? I Hnllot As?
"The appointment of Voorhis wa? one 1
thai never should bave been made." :
said Robert Binkerd, secretary of the
City Club, last evening. "His conduct '
ia office was meal reprehensible, and
demonstrated again and again his ah- :
"Will new charge? be II ed sfter the
f the year," he
"No," ?aid Mr. Biakerd, "the one
pleai iag feature of the lituatioB il
that will be unnecessary. Voorhis n."-?
out of office on that date."
NO AUTO ROAD IN
Commission Anxious to Pre?
serve Cliffs in Nearly
I of the Appalachian Mountain1!
Club that an automobile boaleverd was
to be coastracted sloag th?? share under ' <
the Palisades, which eaused s pi
to the Palisades Int?ntate i
mission, have I.eon dispelled by the re?
ply of Georgs W. Psrkias, far the
"This matter has been under eOBSid? I
for ? numtx i of 11.' 11." writes
' : ? Per kiss, "aad bai been post ; ?
one time after enothei for va
? ? . cas! s i'"1 taal of uhi?h ,
bat !?<??' s feeling on the part of the
ers very much akin tB thai i
led in your letter."
The commission is now proceeding
and the filling in Bl Bnglewood and 1
i . ? '. ? ? mad? - - ? iry by the ,
crowdl there will not be duplicate?! un- i
til it has bien teen how these improve- t
ments work out from every petal
view. A- bath places mentioned tlur.' t
i ? lagoons tor email craft. The i
basin .?'? Alpine is referred to a? proof (
of the merit of such protection for <
Canoeist! a:.'1 owners of small boats.
"The work we srs doiBj slong the 1
,1 other places," Mi ?'< rklas eon- t
the purpose of build- t
?ag an automobile road, bat tt, providi .1
additional space far walk- and picnic!
grounds. Rest sssared thai ws srs <
ulive to the importance of nre
? ? the cliff-? as nearly as possible
i natural state.'
"At the same time, more and BOM
people eaeh year wish to go there, and |
-..,,. must naturally keep s little bit
ahead of tas it n i ommoda- ,
If any i"ad is built for s.itomo-|
? w ill probably be in th?
ure 'of an Butomobile trail, that will
parmit rehielei to go through the i ith
n, a manner that will minimise
BmOBBt Of disfigaremeal and annoyance
to pedestriaBS and othei
DECRIES BIG NAVY
Hacks President and Says In?
crease in Fighting Force
Would Invite Attack.
The ides of a larger army ?nd navy
f, the Tinted States wai deBrseated
yesterday by Bishop David H. Graer,
head of the Episaoptel Diacass of New'
York. He said? m
"I am in full sympathy with I'resi- '
d? Bl f/llsoB's position that an un
BSBSl increase of our appropriations
;. , deftOCS at this time would impair .
oar moral influence with the Kuropean j
"I believe that there i.? a moral
force in this world tl tlWBger
than many people lappoeS, moi that,
if we once trust to it, we shall find it I (
. Ifeelive." i
I .. baild up an army and navy at;,
me Bgaiast poastals attack was i
to invite attack, BiehOp l,rriT suid, (
"What WS Bead to day is men in |
public affairs With vision and courage .
t.. tal.e the stand that moral .-?
oil' thrsaghsat the world would put ?
? h r.
"What WS need is no? men who are
? rith !!?? age, but nun who I
mi h httle ?the.i,I of it. When people |
lay that war develop? ssaaliaeas sadl?
ci nrage, I think It rciiuirc-, mor<- ?.
courage and mSBllBSSS to tight against ?.
?M bratS II oui-cit??, than, with alt
bnnal pamion, to light and kill mine- j s
hod <l?e" I,
J. B. HARRIMAN BURIE
Mayor and Other Promin?
Persons Attend Funeral.
The funeral of J. Bonier, Harria
w-r-o died Taesdsy, was attended y
terdoy by hundreds of persons, incl
log all of the prominent financ;
who were Mr. Harnnuir.'s assoeis
The service? were held in Hr
and wer" fol!
ment in Wood lawn.
Among those pr??ent were Ma
nr,i Mr-. M ? | Anne Mora
Mr. and Mrs. John Mogee, Mrs R|
Sfd Irvin, Henry Steers. Krnest Ise
Koyal Pholps Carroll, ThotOOl
I lorke, Krank dray Qriawold, Mr. I
Mr-. Stephen H. (?lin. Mrs. William
Vandsrb.lt, Mr. and Mra. Ogden
Mill?. Mrs. John H. McCullough, I
and Mrs. William Karl Dod^-e, Mrs.
Henry Harnman, Mr. at.d Mrs. .!?>??
Harnman. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. liai
man, Mr. and Mrs. (?liver Harrin
?'id Mr. and Mrs. Herbert llarriman
The pallbearers were R. Livings!
Beeckman, Jamei Potter, ciarer
Oolan. R. P. Perklna, Captain Dune
Elliott. V. S. A ; C. de Navarro,
Looii Boissevsin, Edward c. Potter,
?. Bishop, Leigh Hunt. Edmund Ri
?lolph. (' J. MeDoaald and Frank
Woman He Recalled as Prospe
ous 20 Years Back Arrested
A pitiful story of consistent hard hi
reached a elimos yesterday in the Mc
risania police couit, when Mrs Ai;
Mayer, oaes well ?.. .1.. and a neigbb
>f Magistrat. Hr-en, who WOB on tl
le-irh, was called on a charge of vu
Tl.. magistrate recalled the time, i
yean ago, when Mi
Mayer and her huabend lived oppoil
.'. at I |2d st. and Willis a
ST, win. is now in the Lineo
Hospital, IB with a complication .
lisoosos, from which he is not e:
ni-:..I 10 recover, wa? a prosperoi
Mrs. Mayer is known as an eccentr
?haracter in The Bronx. She olwo*
Iresses in black, and it is thought thi
he reverses suffi red I,y fei slf ;??
lei h unhand, entailing the los? of moi
han 186,000, have affected her mm
Ihl was sitting on a pile of Iambi
then arrested by Patrolman Q
The woman, it is said, loiters m tl
leighborhood of I42d -t.. where i.
IOOM "' sting that her hui
? ?flice is there and thai s| ,
buiinen calls f<
lim. Hefore marriage ihl WO! -i ichix
line of her peculiarities ?s
iboul i package <>f old nowipapei
?he does not beg, but frnn.l wh
mew her m her prosperous ?lays hav
'ontribul to her support.
When 'h.-., were married Mr. Maye
ni.i a for* une of 160,000 and later if
lifted 126,000, Every venture i
vhich he engaged turned out n failur.
Mrs. \*a;.er did riot complain in cour
?'-tei dny. When Magistrate Hie.
old her that ?he could not be permit
sd to sleep in hsllwayi she laid: "Mi
Irren, my hems II at 1 ,'Jd I ai
My husband will be able t
? I hospital 'II ? ' ? . und the
re sha!! be sble to gel along nil righ
igain. It was ju?t our poor '.ine.
"Let her go." was what Ml
3REWER SHOOTS HIMSELF
Pound Dead by Wife, He Ha?
Brooded Over Friend's Death
Bl.ling over ths death of a life
sag fricad, Juliui Scharmann, ssoe
rioted with the H. B. Scharmann Som
pat :> Snd a member o
aanj locial and political organizations
mded hii life yesterday m ths bath
?aom ??f In- home, loi Lewi? av., Will
annbure, I y ?hooting hinisClf.
Mrs. Sehsrmann, who wai formerly
latblean Barry, an actress, heard tin
hot, and found her hu band lying < n
he bathroom floor with the rovolvei
n his hand Her scream? attracted "
icigfabor, who called Dr. Hugh E
tagorsi <.f ?"'- i-''- i ;>'?-? sad I1'"
'hurle? Pfliia-'- ' I SV.
Mr. Scharmann v.as horn m Brooklyn
? years ago. He became .!?-??
n Democratic politic? and ws ? p ??
onil and political frisad of .ie late
Senator Mel .'irren. For several terms
ie was i).'?- ?deal of the Catholic ? lob,
ELECTION EXPENSES FILED
vTeyer London, $1.337 20;
Uncle Joe' Cannon, $3,275 50
i i ? ; i: ;;'?ii
.' t gton, D**. ">? H cost Meyer
.ondoii, o*" New York, the only suc
ni the re
ent elect,,,.is, 11,881 20 tO lie elected
., ?-. ?|. m Mr. London's statement
?f eampaigi ? u Bled with
he elerk of th.. Hen i Us-asj. Rep
tative Goldfogle, whom Mr. I.on
.. feated, spent .*ir... 11 M m hii
(Tort to be returned.
Among the lute itatcmenti iho
expei ? '..tun f.n l
Tens is that of "Uncle Joe" Cannon,
ne of the noted "corn? backs." "Uncle
eo's" campaign cost him |J?27ooO,
?AYS HE PAID N. Y.
POLICE $2,500 GRAFT
lead of Chicago Clairvoyant
Ring Confesses Made $36,
000 in Three Months.
Chicago, Doe. 8. In spite of MOO
nonthly payment for police protection.
?'rank Ryan, alleged head of B ? Ian
oyatit ring thai operated in Chi .
intil rei entity, made from 18,000 to
.'. .i a month, he told Maiday Hoy ne,
attorney, m a written eoofei
ion maile public to-night In addition
? reg list monthly payments t.. t. ?
Ice, Ryan raid he paid on sverags of
125 to Sinn weekly for flowers for [?<??
icemen who had lost members of their
amiliea. It tooh ??? sool iom to eater
am properly the out-of town poli??
nen who frequently came with war
ants for memiiei sf the <-lair\oyant
"When I first came i.? (hnago in
'.'II I [.aid |SO0 a monlh for police
irotection," said Ryan. Toi s i si
asaall] got from 18,000 to W.000
nonthly. Once I ?leaned up 110,000
n Ihr?1?- months
"l?ele, fives ?ame here from New
fork that fOOI SOd snowed me u coun
eifeit ?variant that ihey said they
?. re going to take mo back on unless
settled on a 12,600 hood I had jumped
j.ili I did in II..-???'
When the detective! from Beaton cams
'or me in Kow York, I Hied 11 M !
vas arr.'-t.d by the N.-w V.ul. polio?
.n a manufacturad ?-harge so I wouldn t
lavs I" K" back to Hoston and pi*Ofa
,blv go '?> th?1 pooitentinry. I srui i
eased on $-'..'.'111 bond and skipped to
"When I refused to pav up. Ihey
hrentened d. I'll th! State's Attorney,
o n, the end I gH\e them JL'.'.'nO, ?he
j.r.no tbei a ??-I sod ??"" fei
ien.es. Th;.' bood hasn'i Inn MttlOd
"During the year and a half I WOS m
Ulineil here I never had to go to a
tatmn Whenever there WOS I
otnplninl ngain?t mo ths palies ?1
?iya telephoned they were coming over
rith the complaint and I would take
he afternoon off. A partner would be
hnwn, and of < our?e the lompUmant I
...,,?? . i..?> r I ;m " ?
BARES WEAK TOUCI
ARM' TO ENGINEERS
Bruere Censures Pas
Methods in Dealing
with Crime Here.
FOR LIMITED WORK
Mitchei Lauds Aqueduct Worit
and Carnegie Talks on 'Neu
Worlds" at Meeting.
n and paper? at th?
ns of the thirty-fifth annual
?' th.- American Socisty oi
I ? ? ? - ft terday war?
Of public service
n Mitchei opened the morning
?n end Andre, i arasgis and John
- on dei I el< ct sf the
'?? ? ! gsve informal talks. Henry
1(1 '?'"?? C ti Chamberlain, read s
i?; per on "'I he I?'??? u of the P
Arm from the Engineering Stand
'?" which Btl lerable
Ma] eommeated upon the
? r of sngineen is the public ssr
Vies, am! Bald their work was the
' I Of the ;,. pofce of the
1 si - Aqueduct, eompariag it to the
1 ? '? ' SB i an engineering
'? Mr. ( ."erred
Lrieflv -... satroBomical lubjed
176 new worlds
d th< eoBBt hadn't
Mr. Brashesr told sf n book on
astronomy that he end Mr. Carnegie
had c. .. .! orated upon, and
ooi be ready for publication.
-' o ild be no < barge for the
book, he laid.
1 I smberlain Bruere severely
ed past police Btethodl and ad
? ration, but asserted that seeded
reforms were already in proctH
realisation under ths present admin?
istration. His eriticism was directed
tfllarly at the lack of any -ys'ein
atic or -<entif:c methods far the pre?
OB of crime on the part of the
I ?? I'i partment.
"Polies warb bas heretofore, in the
mam, bear directed to repairing the
?? ' si aad teat of leeial friction, in
bviating I be ea isei of fric?
he said. "Exeepl -.- are de?
ng m police practice in New
inder the leader ?hip of the
prisent highly competent Commission?
er, Arthur woods, bat, in the main,
ptesenl and past pelitss work has eon
itself, sot with causes, but
merci) with effects. Now, it is to
? r ng shoal a change in the emi I
m d teem iq ie of police administration
that I suggest the application of what
1 describe as the engineering method
of sll ?' palies werk.
Points lo Police Fault?.
Bruere justified his
Of police I
I that, h snl
the most neglected Held of public ser?
vie- in America was the police depart?
ment. I'.eie -Arn no part of munici?
pal admin is tratioa, not in itself in the
thai more sr
>? lice arm." He
? . . ? , as he
g of the ap
? ? mined
rdgt to the execution of a par*
: problem, sad the use of or?
dered sad analyzed facts as the bas -
laioai in respect
O? that pri'i
"A- a resull S? ths repeated appli?
cation of the cBgineering methi
. - or similar problems," be Bid, "a
techniqae Is esl
? ? iealar object repeat? dl?. with
lea ' waate of eaersy aad reeoaree.
Referrini on of New
Voi k i i De| ? ' ment to an
er, M r, Bl sers
??|'.i a large sstenl the beginning of
of the pro?
verbial confusion prevailing in I
management of the Nee aforl police
| v. hen the oepartment
hands oi sn engiaeer, Gea?
? ia! 'I heodore A. Bingham.
??| h..-1 had i pportBBity to
in America. The one common ideal of
police - haa beei developed
must ' oned
and pe? o ally I i I
goi ? srith the
lie of Brand Whitlock, and
?, City 1 1er the ado
(ration of Mr. Mitchei and Mr, \\ "<"';
U ith regard to ci ? par! -
tui - ? . ind geBcrallj
. the kind
oi c i ime commit t< d, bul onlj witl
. Dn bei recaived. With
rt__l ! ? es] all? with respect
they are chiefly can?
?p0| beei o, ro- ' 1
pressive, military in spirit and suffer
lag all the limitations of militarism
As in th*> i-as? of militarism, the prin
cipal liasitation of polb-e work ha
been that its obje?-t is .iestrui i ron and
extirpation, not prevention. It is to
develop this scientific understanding
Bad treatment of crime and the condi?
tions lesding to or.me that police work
engii string technique. There
rnu--* be a itatisticsl basis for police
"Cammiasioasr Woods is the first
police commisaioaer is America, so far
-.-o-.v. ?.?;.,. r** thought it worth
while to put in hit badget a request
for statisticians. Next year he will
have a - atisticiafl under the super
? ilion of a deputy tra?ne?! in Statistical
snslyi | itady currently po?
lice conditions and police work. Not
only is bs taking this .-'-op. but he is
utilizing every member of the foi
an SgBBt for gathering social facts re?
specting su,-), matters as UBOmploy?
?innt. destitution, improper truardiau
ihip, uaon which intelligent police
wi.rk must be predicated."
The City Chamberlain said lie wis
?!. ii' ihr.* a considerable part of
present criminality could be elimiaatsd
1 ;? intelligent preventive action.
Referring t? sstsblishiflg effective
polie? OB, Mr. Bruere sai?!
had been one of ?he
great % forces of the
He isset ted that the ol?I by?
-. ihonld be abolished.
"S'?' York has passe.I through a su?'
ceastofl of ?cand?is of police sdmiais?
Iration," he said. "Police d?moralisa?
tion will be inevitable so long as the
l are compelled to deal mere!-.
with the negative side of our social
\ division of prevention mast
take its place along with a d.vision of
investigstion of crime, or the so-called
cetOCtive bureau in police department
I : ran i r ;<.n."
Morris I.. Caeke, of Philadelphia,
read s aspar on "Some Factors is Ma?
il Engineering" and the commit
moval appointed last
year - tbt i tted il ? report. Oi ? er
papers were read dealing with en
? members ami guests of ths
ci et y attended the annual dinner a' the
A--.ni- laat night. There Wl I
speeches. The annual meeting a '.1
close with to~daj *i
CRIME HID IN
( ontinnrtl from pa?e I
known to you?" asked the commis?
"No." replied Coroaer Hellenstein.
"Did you talk with any one re.
?ng the ensp before il came to your
? .m official!) '.'"
that 1 recollect "
In the case of Annie Kearny. who
died November l'i. 1910, under cireum
: as suspicious, ths po
? infai med aatil December
kei Annie Kearny had been fifteen
?i her grave. Detective Flood
elerk from the coro
ti ied to persusds him
IB of the case I found no
i action." He r?
,- Coroner Hellen
.ailed him up to ask the reason
for his refu-.il.
"\o lud ever made of a
man." replied Coroner Hellen?
"That stamp? his testimony a? false,
then?" asked the commissioner.
a tar these and other cases had been
???in, Mr. Hellenstein meekly ,-ub
leribed to the statement made lome
time ago by Coroner Feinberg that
the present coroner's system led 10
Bad ihould be altered. He
even agreed with Coroaer Feinberg
thai he woald sot oppose the main
features of inch S bill SI WSS intro? '
duced las' year 'o abolish ths office.
ASKS"PRESIDENT'S 0. K.
Fahey Wants Him to Approve
Anti-Trust Law Amendment.
T ? T
Washington, l>ec. t. The Pre?
approval of an amendme:??
?: '?-trust law which will permit
American manufacturers to comb m
their efforts by S pooling agreement
to promote trade i iiieti
tion in foreign markets was sought to?
day by John II. Fahsy, president of
the Chamber of Commerce of ?he
I'nited States, who called at the Whit
Such ? s'en. Hr, frill' y --ard. WBI
lary if the maaufactarers of the
I'nited States were to empete with
the truM? and eombinatioai of Eb?
Although it is though: inch s com
OB would not be brought andel
the ban "f the anti-trust act, an
imendment removing all doubt
u ! oritj for ths ? -
? of co-operative organisa
tions ii under preparation in
Vork. I* will be submitted to Coflgl
for consideration. Tire President
tot indicate h;s attitude toward Mr.
r*ahey'i propasa! , I
SHOWN TO EXPERTS
Device to Keep Aero?
planes on Even Keel
WON $10,000 PRIZE
Mechanical Device Does Not
Yet Realize in Full Hope
of All Aviators.
The lirst opportunity afforded for an
examination of the Bpoiry aeroplane
stabilizer in this country came y.
day, when Lawrence B. Spetry, son of
Elmer A. Bperry, the inventor, gavs s
series ef ??? ?he Hiiy
side Yacht llub for the benefit of offi?
cials ef 'he Aero Club of America.
This was the second occasion on which
the new device has been seen here, thi
: r?t benaT when yOUOg Ml' Sperr'
ever New York Harbor, three ??
The itobilisor won the $10.000 prize
offered last year*by the French govern
ment for such a device, and has been
illy conceded to be the in..-'
' .*. instrument of its kind yet pro?
Yesterday eftoraoOS the aviator took
Alan K. Haw ley, Henry WoodhOOSe,
I'r. Chsrlei Jerome Edwards sad Rob?
ert I'luym on jaunts through tin
and all of them were .1. lighted w-ith
?erformonce of the attachment.
With ths t is possible to
keep the machine on an even keel in
ipite of high winds, ai ?ell as to keep
i ? bing or descending at anv .. .
which the operator d? -
Nevertheless, ?he instrument does
not bring a realization of the dreams
of aviator? since the tir.st aeroplane
flight was made of inherent liabil?
ity. It does no*, make the aeroplane
"fool-proo\" as some of the OflCOUOtS
of its work claim.
It produces automatic stab/ity with?
out a doubt, and it is possible to biing
the machine out of almost any p.?:
tion by its Use. However, as a mili?
tary asset it is a good deal of as I
p?riment, for thi reasons given 1 ??
In ti.e tirst place, the device, which
?i a leriei of gyro icopei, re
power. Mil nine.
The [lower which Mr. Sperr;.
tenis y .?-.is obtained from a ifk-bladed
?' tlie Windmill type. The living
[iced of the aeroplane is sufficient to
generate enough power to run the gy
The second abjection to the instru?
ment is its delicacy. It is a pei
i ? lid (ins wires. As
long as nothing brooks, all will be well,'
but a flaw in one of the frail looking
would put the instrument out of
commission in a ?if course.
?,.. loi,s pal ? 'led to be
strong enough to star..! .my strain
laired upon them.
incident, should be thrown out of ad
: t, it would be beyond the SVSr?
ago military aviator ?o repair it. Ths
whole apparatus ?| not i ore than a
and is at the forward ?
end ot ths fuiilsgS or the boat,
machine is of the water type.
What the Spei ?" I doe - is to
produce stability by the use of a me?
chanical device. What aeronaut ical ittt
hope to bring about Is stability
in the planet themaelvea. However, the
Sperry instrument is so much better
than anything yel produced that il
in the a lotion con - ef ths
. 1 until something better is built.
Lawrence Sperry did nothing m
tional yesterday. time
? Mights in France he is reported |
to have climbed out on the planes while
flying, 11?- took h-.s handi ell the con- '
trois several times yesterday, but the
lack of wind or other ...iverse condi
lid not make for th- beet demen?
ti possible. Kobert I'luym. one |
of the pOSScngSri, is here [n behalf of
thi Russian government and hoi
ens of the itofa the
WAS AN ITALIAN -
Dtngfcter of German General
Says His Views Are Not Cur?
rent in Fatherland.
Fraulein Elisabeth von Schmitt
? laughter of a gener.
i; rman army and h.r-. if a gradv
of Bonn, defined mil?
itari im '.. iterday aftei noon st the
Hi;. I, Mawr Club.' 137 East H'th it . as
loi I ? t.. -..i?.. 'he problem . f
muting free 'om ..- ..." She
intendi to ipeak m the United St
hear her ex?
plain the real German attitude m the
I. lent war.
ted that the army of which
?icr father is a [tart is a commun:- .
I LAST AND ALWAYS
Cleanliness and perfect suni
but they Hre regarded BS ?
SMtial at ths Hotel McAlpm.
The purchase, care ami pnp
* aration of eommodit?
if the table are subject to the
closest scrutiny and SI
I the supervisan of a wall*
j kaown New York laboratory.
IThis extends to employ?es
handling food. They ?? derge
a physical examination and
j are compeli?.I to Btilise tl I
ser?. ic?s <<' a mai
No greater care of the *
in an> home could be ,x?-r j
eised than in the Hotel "
HOTEL UKALPIN j
Va- ??. r ' ?? ?' 1.0?, .. I ? '. 'Ml It I
rdueated people, LOt slaves, and that
heir training is a development of per
ional t\. Asked -tin Germaaj ?; I
iisarm, ihe replied tha' (.eimany
eoald favor disarmament if Kr .
.vould C? n?t-nt to "d.sllat aliir
The surprise sf tha I ? rwsafl waa
he sp. lertiofl that sstil -oe
?ame to the I'nited State? a :'<???
never heard of Vos Hern
lardi, tin- Cei man exp< n? nt of I
tarism. "Who is thai Italian?" the
isked a fr.. | tiled her atten
:ion to the Cern?an' ?- isSrS,
Later she has ft.und o.it. she oaiii,
hat Bernhard! is really it Ganaaik I M
that his views as expressed IB "How
Senaaay Makes War" an- not current
in the fatherland
MAN ANNOYS MAYOR
Persists In Speaking to Him
?Held for Examination.
Too Arm insistence upon hi? right to
?top Mayoi Mitchei sa ths straai
Ulk to h.ri yesterday brought si
:he arrest of Conrad Kreck-r. a dr.vet,
,i all.", West |7th st
.liter atteadiag l ? ral ' J
rlorden llarriman, ifl GrSCS Churr'n,
*Ir. Mitchei was aCCOSted by the man
.* Hroadway and 10th -' KI ? |
;ra?ped the Mayor by the arm, but Ml.
shook him off
? I him by ?talking through the
HTanamaker il re. Kreckei followed
ind was again a' I ? bow
rhefl he came out of the H roadway i-n
W Iren he .tt; un cl .
by the arm he was at rested by
i I lalaa on a charge
if disorderly conduct
In JefferaOB M ri Krerk.
txplained thai laass "i"- bsd poiatad
?ut the May/at to him aad wai
bought he would lh tS bun
lie was held :'"i . -nor
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