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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1913.
REPLY TO SULZER
('I'ihViMN nf litllll'tl l'i' I lljllol
( (ill f I'll V In
ASK II KV KINO IN A MIA NY
-Mcinlicis Of for lo
With ICnociii.vo in Kt'l'nrl
to Improve .Motltmls.
The governors nf I In- Stock tlx
r ha litre ropllul in tin' mh'cmimi' nf tliiv
rrnnr Sul.er to tli. I.euisiintiito nn
Stock Kxcluinirc reform In a lolttr to
lllm vostcrdny In which. In
t.ilcnicnt. tb" t'l.iK exception to Hip
(.Jovemot '.' ' lull. ii'li ..I'loll nf tin' 1:0V
frtitnrnt of tii xi hniu-o ami asked
that tin.' (i.iwrnnr appoint a time fur
rrctillllK lolllllllttco Of till' I'M'llJIIKI'
to kIvc It.-. I point and to cxpies IIk
desire to cooperate in forthcoming lets
Islatlon. Tin oni point of the (lov
ernor's mi s..mc which w tiu'titloni'd In
the Stock Kxchiinuo replv l his orltl
I'lsm of the Stoi k lcliani;i' matiau
nicnt. Tin' (Snv ernor In part said:
The men who hive been cnlnMed with
the power lo irgulati thr opi i.itlom of
these I'M li.itici'" I'll.' Miini'tliti'.'' dt
played Inexcusable lnlt In llii'lr duties
to the pulillr. ficiiucntl.v Mirpl MliK In
mpaclty to . omluit Institutions inopcilv,
and uruIii an itnw IMIiikih"-" I ipocc the
Just mid equitable prim i;il' ot trade
which thrv pmfrw. Shee they ti.ni
failed or refte-id to nrnl'i' tli. power to
prevent iii. h ileal 1' ' e lou aliti-.s tin1
niilhorlly oi the Stale nniM be liivoktd to
exerclei that pnf r. I
It was .-oil Iv lo thH p'iri of (i. it ernor j
SulzerV spe't.il me:a(,-c thai tin- hoard I
nf rovci ii. .i nt l'i. . Si'lianu'. of'tH'dl
lo In tin d. i lar..:ioii "unit tln fnn
x'cry Mrnnm. th'tili. lii.Mni.n'-chai -actpriMtlon
of tli- uurninint of ill"
fxchnili:i' tM 1 1 ti J i 1 i t ! 1 b tin' fuel",
and, with all duo rocpict. I'.'irnpntly
protrst acani"! it."
Tli'; iiIuimm In thf op'Tatlon of thr
Stock Km luini'r laid lipfnii- tli- I.pk..--inlnro
liy tlv :i.vf rn..r in Hip p.ilnt h'
mV.-.iKi uuilliii'il iii.inlnilnt!.i!i and
tltltioil.'" tran.-ai'tli.in', porvi'tti-d short
FUlllnK, tr.idlni; auauiMt cti'tiimcry' or
drr. hypothi'citlni; of iiis'otiU'rs'
stock.0. Ir.foh' ni' . luicki'tlnc. f.iNo i
RtatetnpntH. c.A) tnonoy Intrrcit rafi
nd Ini'orponiili.n- -were not tnpntlmi'd
In thp Stock i:rhaiiK" not. to thr (!nv
pfnor TIip iirt-umptloii drawn yest'r
dny wa." that these matters will hp
taken up with tho Governor hy the coin
rrjlttcf who will hp apimlir.pd to wlt
upon him a" soon us a rpply to the let
ter Is rpceivpd from (iow-nor Sulz.-r.
The letter of the eM-haime Is as fol
Idws: I beg to communicate to ou the follow. I
Ing statenipiit of the governing commit
At a nieetlnK of the governing commit-
tee of the New Vorlt Stock i:ftianje Ii. 1.1
this day the following btatenient was 1
The message of llm Sulzer hns been
considered bv the coiiinilit' e i
The governing eoinmltte.. l.,ie alwavs
endeavoied lo suriouml the dealings in ,
securities on the exchange with the re.
strlctlons and limitations that experience
has suggested which have Is-en deemed
from time to time to b" practicable and
They have i ontlmiousle -ought and are '
now seeking Inr any and all measure
that will cnfoic Just and .unliable pi tit-
elples of trade and proteit the public
They feel veie strongl.v that the Gov.
ernor's ehhraeieiialion nf Hie vnv ertim.-nt
of the exchange Is unjustified liv tlw I
facts, and. with all due re.pe. I. earnestlj I
protest against it I
They repectfullv reniiist that the Gov- ,
ernor receive a committee of the exchange '
at an early date to present the views of 1
the exchange and to convey to hlni the i
assurance of their desire to cooperate In
the consideration of legislation thai will
still further promote the hlghett standards b a pilsuner In the l'lke county Jail at
of trade and correct dealing i Howling Green, Mo. otllcers declare Ids
Will von not kindle designate the time I. story is undoubtedlv true and say evi
when on will rrrelve our committee.' i.ietic" they have received from lelultvcu,
"""jamIIs U Mnos. ""if11" "" -tilers corroborates It
rrcsidtiit I r,lt' who gave his name upon Ills
Members of the exchange yesterday I
were favorably Impressed by ihe Gov- '
prnor'.s messagp The belief was widely ;
expressed that ihe recommendation
made were temperate and well reasoned
and thai the Governor had wisely
avoided thp sho.i' of dang-roii redlcal- , ""wery ai Louisiana, .no., rniu iuwn
i, n.numi m.. nriu,lvl.k,MMln Howling Green lo await trial. Ho
membership Is ready to cooperate in
any measures drawn In a friendly spirit
which will conserve good business and
make for greater frankness In the deal
ings of the p.vclinngp with the public.
It was widely obsprved yesterday that
what Is most desired by the members
of thn exchange Is thn accomplishment
nf such changes In the body Unit will
restore to It the fullest confidence of the
public, and In these they stand ready to
The measures advocated by the Gov
ernor In his mc-sage, It was frequently
pointed out yesterday by members', are
exactly those which the majority of the
board of governors of the exchange
have always stood for and are Just as
anxious lo see brought about as are
the legislators nt Albany i mtslde
manipulation of the stock market tend
ItlK to deceive and undermine public
confidence they have decried and would
WNclcomo an efficient remedy to prevent.
Likewise, perverted short selling and
other dealing of llko discreditable na
ture the governors havu been con
ntantly on the watch to root out and
nunisii. (iov, rituzer s position 'in re
fealnlng from recommending Incorpora
tion l well thought or hy the brokers,
'ho uro decidedly of the view that It
would reduce their disciplinary powers.
SULZER TO PREPARE BILLS,
Governor Will Outline stock I'.i
rbnilKe llefnrnis .Suggested.
Albahv, Jan. 'JS The Stock i;.-
chungn bills which will be introduced In
tho Legislature to carry out the sug
gestions made by the Governor will be
drnwn by Governor Sulzer himself. This
much w'hh made ri.-ir in one of the
wiverui ptiDllc coniereuce. of the Gov-
ernor this morning. Hut It is not yel
possible to persuade him to Indlcnle
Milliliter one of his bills will provide for
tho Inoorpntallon of the Stock i:-.
After lie has finished wlih his draft-
ing tho Governor will consult with the I
Legislature on m inors ni lorni, DecailM
his cxp' llcin o lints hoi n w.ih Washing,
ton rather than Albany legislation In
For the present ihe chief cause for
comment In the mailer of the Htopk
Exchange message Hew In the extreme
ioolncss with which It wa received.
It excited no comment, It really com-
1 iiiiiikI'mI little Intcrcel, It wan adopted
.IN IIIIC mol'l III W'Cp.l t I (TIIHIldc to he
olciiiti il nil In' r tli. in approved, mill the
chief l Min i I II .f the tllt ltllii'l h nf till!
.rKlxliittir' wIih would comment upon
an J tlii'j were few was to imikc It
rlfiir tli.it what iiImhtiI them about the
i.euiuont w. h the iaii'i mi' moderation
"1" IIk tone. Kv.iv urn wai p.itllctihir-
iv iiiini .'I" 1 1 1 n.ivo r iipiif riniiii in ,ovv
, V.ii'i i'.. it ii .'ii!na 111 mix iji. il. IiiihI.v nr
mii dintic w.i iii tin' leant ('(intern-
pi .ti d
' iiimpnlmi nf ari'rli tatliin for till"
1 lii,itiui Is expirlcd It In liy tin
meant oiliilu Hint some li'KlHlutinii will
Mnnllv l'i' piiHNi'il, lint as Tor imy mil
sentiment in fuvnr nf leidslutlvy action
It does mil i-nImi in Albany, Iuim not
i.iiii. aim mi mr us 11 is now possinie
I" l-ir. Will tint olst Slillll'tllltIK
harmless, hut n r'asonnlilp sop to those
who haw lutlliiti'il tho iiui'stlon, Is now
what the situation spems to promlsp,
Tho luilslandlim fact about the Slock
llNi'liamti' ini'ssaKi' lo-diiy N that It lint
Ifnlli'ii Hat, and already there att tin
I niistnK.il.il' sinus that thosp who are
inoxl ii'spoiisllii' for Its I'Mstonei' hip
ltidilstiloiisl hill h no iiipiiiis hoie-
full.x I'tuli'avoi'lim to warm over the
pxi'ltiimnt on which tho messaKi' was
orlirlually lloatid and mmlui'i' a siis
pleloiis and unsympathetic I.i'Klsl.ititri'
that there Is n real demand for any
kind of Interference with Wall Street at
Hills providing for the Incorporation
of stock e.veh.inRcs and to repeal the
exemption rPKardlliK- IntelPNt upon call
loans for $.,(ino or over secured by col
lateral were Introduced to-day by As
si'inlilyman Louis Cuvilller of Manhat
tan The tlr.il hill amends the hanking law
by prmldhiK for tho Incorporation of
stock eM'hiinci's and placlm; lluin un
der Hie lontro'. and supervision of the
It.inklm; I)eiarttnent. Fifty or more
persons may form such an lAChnnce.
The other bill repeals section 1179 of
the tti-neral bulness law relative to
intei est on advances speuted b col
lateral. The wet Ion repealed irovld"s
that in .iin ea.-e whore advances of
money repayable on dentnnit to an
am. unit not less than Ji'i.nou are made
upon Wari'lMUSe rieeip's, l of lad
iir.'. lertilleates of stock, certltlcates of
dep.,ii. bills of ec'iaui;e. bonds or
other nei:i, liable mslrutueuts iedued
ns collateral security or repayment of
the advances, it shall he lawful to re
eelvp and collect as compensation for
maklnu the advances any stun to be
areed upon In writing by the parties
SULZER TO HOLD HEARING.
I.iitrruor (iluil lo Iteerltt- Commit
li'r Kroni toek KkcIiiiiikp
A.au.MV. N V J. in J Gov Sillier
lo.tliy i-pieUed a leleKrnni from the New
York Mock i:ch.uiKe asking him If tie
Wolllll lei'elve .1 I'OMUni tte" ftolll tll.lt e-
uliar.L'e and he wiled tack that he would
b luil to i outer with sxn li a loiiunit
tp whenever it was iiKi'OHble to lliem.
The (loverii.i- slid l.o bail re'elviil a
number of telc-i .mis ngaiding hii secl.il
niefsage to the I.eKlst.itiiie on the .Stack
Kxehaiiv'e i ..forms, inanv of them fiom
"big bnnker.t and merchants," and he nasi
tills one from Theodore !" M.vers. a New
, ,,. ,,f ... stll,.k ..,.,,...
"The Justice. lniiartiallt' and good
M-nve nf ;.iur inessaKi' an IiIkIi1 ioni
nn inled le. all Congratulations
REAL G. A. KIMMEL
TImmiuIii lie Was Myiiiy and
Tolil of II is Itolativt's in
N ilt's. M it h.
ll.v.NMiivi.. Mo.. Jan. A confes
sion that lie is the original George A.
Klmtnel, whose IdentlU was the con
tention In the celebrated Klmmel vs.
White New' York Life Insurance Gom-
I'""- WM.' lust suuilller, ban been made
urresi as tinny iiiurman, int.'" ins
confession on January 12, when he ex
pected to die, having been seriously ill
of pneumonia He Is regaining his
lie was ariesled cm January ! for
sent for Sheriff I'. Hawkins and
told him as the end was near he wanted
lo make a confession. Concealed about
his clothing, he said, was a note Identi
fying him, giving the names of rela
tives. He told Hawkins he was con
fessing to keep from being burled In
the potter's field. A cnuiln, Dr. Woods
of St. Joseph, Mo., and it niece, Mrs.
Harry Kn of Nlles, Mich., wero among
the leliitlves mentioned In Ills story.
The otllcers wrote to Woods and later re.
c.lved an answer with two photographs
of Klmtnel. Dr. Wilder, who performed
an operation nn Klmmel In n Chicago
hospital, bus been heard from also.
Tho prisoner said that n lapse of
memory resulting from n blow on the
head was the cause of his knowing lit
tle nf what Iisih happened In the last
fourteen years. This accounts, lie says,
for his not making himself known dur
ing the litigation concerning his
K. Ii. Harkrlder, editor of the I'lko
county (Missouri) .Vrtcs, visited Henry
Thurman In Jail. Mr. Harkrlder for
merly resided at Nlles, Mich., unit knew
Mrs. Klmmel, mother of George A Klin
mel, Thurmnn had refused to sen any
one, but when Sheriff Hawkins told him
that Harkrlder would like to seo hlni hn
Instantly remembered the name and con
sented to sen him. He greeted Hark
rlder by haying: "You used to llvo
across tho street from my mother,"
which was correct, although Klmmel
was not living nt Nlles during the tlmo
Harkrlder was there.
They spoke of several persons who
lived there and of events thai hap
pened nnd the supposed Klmmel wan
correct In Ills facts.
SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH.
rollcetnaircharles Vetterln of Dunkirk
went Insane yesterday after brooding over
a suspension caused by charges nf faUe
arrest made, by Dr. Algernon It, Crnpsoy.
Ilfforts tn amend the patent laws havo
lllshop Chailes II. Moore of Cincinnati
is a defendant In a .MiJiOO 1 1 lie) suit
brought ngiiliiht ill in ami Mrs. George H,
Jtolilnson of Iietioll by Mrs, Carrie Cope
Guv. I'ihh has ii.ii three delegates lu
rclirc'S.mt MassachiiM tls at tho confeicncu
on State milk control and bovine tuber,
culouls In New York on February C and 6
GOV. WILSON CONFERS
Tlioy licciilt' on Jury Hoform
Hill oiiil Talk Over Other
JIKAIUNUH IM.OVIDKI) FOR
(Jovornor (luest of Sciiators at'
Kvoiiitio' Hiiiiiiiii't in At- I
I ii n tic City.
Thkntox. N, J Jan. 2S. Jury re
form, grade crossings urn! the mutter
of a constitutional convention were dis
cussed this ufternooii by (lov. Wilson
and the Democratic members of both !
brunches of the Legislature. The Gov- j
priior In his address to the legislators
said In- thought they t'hnuld take up i
Ilrsl the matters on which the Heino-
era Is appeared to be In uccord. This
programme contemplated a discussion
of his corporation bills, but they were
! r , 1.. .t... .1... C......
tors had to hurry away to catch u train
for Atlantic City.
Senntor Davis, tli majority lender,
raid that the discussion was animated,
but that no olvstructlve differences of
opinion were met with. A resolution
was adopted to frame n Jury reform
bill which will take the power of draw.
Ing Grand Juries out of the hands of
thp Sheriffs, but It was not determined
whether power be lodged with a Jury
commission or with the Supremo Court
Justice sitting In thp county.
Gov. Wilson Introduced the discus
sions hy reading from his menage to
tap Legislature. When he came to the
matter of eliminating grade crossings
he said he wished to see tho power of
directing such eliminations lodged wttTi
the Public I'tilltles Commission, but
would make It mandatory upon that
b.'dy to direct the eliminations. It
was decided, however, that the bill to
be drawn should make tile various
ellminitlons discretionary with the com
mission and that it should provide that
tin. work be done at the expense of
A constitutional convention was op
posed by the Senators who come from
the more spar '.. populated counties
unless there Is some guarantee that the
prcspnt basis of representation In the
Senate, one Senator from each county,
shall not be disturbed. It has been sug
gested that once a constitutional con
vention were called the delegate would
overthrow the present equity of repre
sentation In the Senate and make !t de-
rendenr upon population. It was agreed
inai tne convention snouiu tie so made
up as to Insure nn disturbing nf the
present Senatorial system.
Senator Davis said that the main fea
tures of in., corporation bills win to
meet the Idens of the rank and file of the
people of the State and that he believed
their passage would not be hindered
Gov. Wilson suggested that heurings bt
held, but urged that they be held as soon
as possible so as not to delay the paw
age of the bills, Conseiiuently Senator
Davis ns chairman of the Judiciary
(' iinmltlee, to which two of the most
important hills have been referred, will
Issue a call for a hearing .-morrow.
The bills will be taken up next week at
a second conference of the Governor and
tlw Democratic members-
Gov. WI!on went to Atlantic City to
night as the guest of the New Jersey
Senators nt a dinner nt the Marlborough-Hlenheltn.
The affair was strictly
private, even the secret service men
with the Governor being excluded. The
Governor expected to lie bantered In
a good uatured way and said Jokingly
that he would accommodate his remark
to the exigencies of the occasion. lit
did not expect to make his speech pub
NIGHT BOARDWALK TRAMP.
;. WIIon nnd Friend KxerrUe
Atlantic City, N. J.. Jan. IS it Is
understood Unit ut the dinner given here
lo-nluht to Gov Wllunn hv 111- S!.nn.
tors the Governor's only remarks nf
a iHiniieai signineanee were those deserlo
Ing the prominence Into which the state
of Wisconsin bait ctin tliri,i.h
slslency of .Senator Im Folletle In urging
ins arums reinmin, lie lllen spoke nf
New Jersey's progress in keeping up with
Ihe demands of the time nnd predicted
that the passage of tho new corporation
acts would place her In the vanttuard of
.Murh amusement was erekted by the
reading of make believe telegrams from
men supposed to be In line for Cabinet
appointment. Mr. Itryan's was one of the
first to tie read.
Shortly before, mlilnlvlit ttiA
and n number of the Senators started for
a nunc up ine Loaruwuiu.
CANITELD'S DAUGHTER SUES.
she Kloprcl With a Ilartraontk Stn-
dent and JVow Want a Divorce.
Klrhurd Cautield's daughter, Grace, who
eloped three yeurs ago, when she was 16
years old. and married Martin Edward
Hannon, onre a Dartmouth student, who
had a record us an athlete In college,
yesterday asked Supreme Court Justice
Greenbaum to appoint a guardian ad
lltm to bring a suit for a divorce In her
In her petition Mrs. Hnnnon said that
she Is visiting at 326 West Klghty-llfth
street and is lb years old. Through her
counsel, Charles C, Luckwood of 35 Nas
sail street, she asked that Klchurd P.
l.yon, who Is associated with Mr. Iick
wood, be named as the guardian. The
court npproved this request.
Mrs. HaTtnnjfs elopement camo on th
eve of a joposed visit to Kurnpe to finish
her education. Hannon, who was em
ployed by a brokerage firm In. Providence,
It. I., met Miss Cantleld at a social affair
there. Not long after this thy eloped
to Attleboro. Mass. Canfield withheld
Ids blessing for a time, but finally pro.
vlded . house for them In Providence.
A son was born lo the nung couple
a jcar nco, but for several months Mrs.
Hannon hus beeiilPVng apart from Han
non. He Is enirWred by a New Yolk
Jlunnou's parents are. well to do and
live In Huston. In 1909 he wa sent to
the Itellevue psychopathic watd for a
day ufter hn had attacked u number nf
pertains, Including a squad of policemen
on Second avenue. It was found at the
hospital that chloral had been admin
istered to him.
Those Who Are Nalllnv To-day for
Karnpe and the Indies,
Sailing lo-day.by the Cunarder Cam
pania, for Liverpool;
it. ChvIiutqm C'tinip- Kreit ,1. Ltrkln,
r II. Klemlnr,
.1. II. Hnflkiir.
W. 13. Htmttnn.
liy the Culled Fruit steamihlp Mctapan,
for Kingston, Colon and Santa Maria:
William ii, Avtry, Mailt, John u. Douro.
Mr. and Mr, W. 1. Ab-Prof. A. w. Htnrr,
. hliu .... u,u'' j' Tipton.
Arthur 8. Btrtletl,
TEN YEARS OF THE
Lawyers Mortgage Co.
Mfftfap ft4n $263,615,120
MNtClfll FWKkMlJ, $1,148,911
Rul Ettit SiM, . $929,462
Limn by FwMlenri, $6,950
SI Utft7 St., Win. 1M Mcnttpw St., Itkn.
DEMOCRATS AT ODDS
AS TO PHILIPPINES
Oovornnu'iit. Cannot. Shirk Its
Responsibility TIump. Says
Shorley of Kentucky.
.10XKS SURP1USKS IIOFSK
Says Filipinos Hal Spaniards
Whipped When the Fnited
States Stepped In.
Wasiunoton, Jan. is. -Developments
In tho House to-duy showed plainly that
notwithstanding the declaration for the
independence of the Philippines in the
lialtlmorn platform the Demoeratin lead
ers are by no means in accord on this
Keplyinu to a speech made by Uepr-.
sentativc William A. Jones of Virginia,
author of tho til 1 1 grantiiiK to this Fili
pino an independent government, Itep
resiintativc Sherley of Kentucky, another
Democratic lender, said that this Gov
ernment hud undertaken a responsibility
in the Philippines thai it could not shirk
and that he wan not in sympathy with
the movement to fix a time when the
United States should turn over the affairs
of tho archipelago to the natives
"I am willing to grant tli" Filipinos
independence when they show them
selves capable of maintaining a stable
government," declared Mr Sherley. "I
am not prepared to say when that time
shall have arrived, and not being able
to wn the future with any flimsy bridges
of thought 1 am unwilling to say legis
latlvely that upon such a day at such
un hour such a thing shall happen "
Representative Jones, who ns chair
man or the Insular Committee will handle
the Philippine bills in the new Congress,
made a declaration that aptieared to
startle the House when he said that the
Philippines had practically driven the
Spaniards out of the islands when Dewey
sailed, into Manila Day and destroyed
the Spanish fleet on May 1, Has.
"At that time, asserted Mr Jones,
"the Filipinos had captured everything
outside of Manila. If they had" been
left to their own devices tliev would
have won their independence a few mont lis
after we acquired the islands."
Responding to u question lv Uepre
bcntative) I.ongworth of Ohio Mr. Jones
admitted that he was not advised as to
the attitude of the President-elect toward
the question of Philippine) indeis'iidenco.
"I cannot srienk for the President
elect," said Mr. Jones, who recently had
a conference on the subject with Gov
Wilson. "I will say. however, that the
President-elect as a Democrat and a man
of honor could hardly take a position
in supposition to the iiideiendence of the
Some of the Democrats and practically
all of tho Republicans applauded Mr
Sherley's declaration that this Govern
ment must proceed with caution In re
linquishing control over the islands,
and it was generally agreed at the con
clusion of the debate that tho question
of Philippine independence is hound to
result in a division among I lie Demo
crats. Heferrlng to u statement of Mr. Joium
that it was the duty of the Democrats
to grant the Filipino indeendence.
Mr. Sherley said in substance that he
would not lie bound by hat appeared
to lie a arty policy.
Mr. Jones charged that the Philippine
Government had lieen administered by
Americans In an arbitrary manner mid
that graft had run riot in the archislago
since tho date of American occupation.
He characterised tho American govern
ment in the Philippines ns u "law defying,
self-intereated oligarchy which had
plunged tho islands in dent, violated acts
of Congress and defeated the ends of
BILL AGAINST VICE IN FLATS.
Wa-fnrr Meaaare Alma lo I'rotrel
Apartment House Tennuta.
Albany, Jan, A code amendment
to tnakn effective efforts to ilislodge vice
from tenements and npHrtuient houses
In New York city was introduced to-day by
Senator Itobert F Wagner
"This hill will have the efTert of practical!)
suppressing vice In tenement and apart
ment houses," said Senator Wagner "It pro
vides an amendment to thn Code of Civil
Procedure In relation .to proceedings to
dispossess tenants so as to iermit corpora
tions organized for the suppression of vice
and which are subject to .inltation by tho
State Hoard of Charities tn serve notice
upon the owner or landlord of the premise
to make Hit application for the removal of
the rscm'or persons so using or occupying
"Vniler the provisions of the bill the land
lord or owner must first be given notice of
Hie premises alleged to be used for vice, nnd
If proceedings are not taken alter five day,
then I ho peivon or corporation referred to
may make application for such removal, "
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
IIkniit W. Hokttukii, a hllk merchant,
who died on January 2U, made bequests
aggregating flMi.Uiiu In his will. He
nuiued Ids widow, Mrs, Pauline lloettger,
ns residuary legatee, and gave her tho
property and household effects at Inde
pendence avenue, and IMtli street. I'pon
tne willow s ileatll tlin estate goes In the
children of thn daughters, .Mrs, Pauline
Dankelman, Mis, Helena Hesse, Mis. Ma
tilda Itoessel and Mrs. Anna l.aughllli.
ICaiii daughter received IID.UUn In cash.
In explaining why ho didn't provide for
his sons, the testator said he had amply
provided for them lu their lifetime,
Griitkiiuk II, Thomas, who died on
March 27, 1911, left an estate of J172.40L'.
of which her nephew, Tliomus V. Lock-
wood of Washington, D. C, got HD7,finn,
Hobkrt T. Pettebonb, who died at Wy
oming-, Pa., on January 17, 1911, left a
personal estate or iuv.ais, nut he had
debts of 1111,600, consisting of notes and
mortgages on real estate, ,
Name for New Cathedral Chapel,
The trustee- nf thn f n t l,.tt . I ... ti.
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John the Divine yesterday approved plans
for thn cathedral chapel thut was given
ome time since by Miss Clementine Fur
nls. The chapel Is lo b known as St.
Martin of Tours and will cost from 1100,.
000 to 1160,000. It will be erected on the
south or epistle side, adjoining the chupel
In memory of the lain lllshop Potter.
Churches deciding to erect parts nf the
nsvA mav seleet (he nam.. t,m .....
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churches or from other sources.
TO ASK HOW ROGUES
GALLERY IS FILLED
Cumin Committee Hears Hecker,
Hyde, Cummins anil Keieli
mnnn Are Not, There.
XO 1MI0T00KAIMIS TAKKN
Mrs. Dorian Tells District At
torney She. Can't K.vplain
Hotel Man's Absence.
Inspector Joseph I'aurol, the Police
Department's linger print and llcrtlllon
expert, who Is now In command of the
Detective Bureau, will bo reculled to the
witness stiind befote the Currun com
mittee to-mornw and questioned with re
gard to n report ccurrrnt yesterday that
I. lent, Charles Decker, ex-l'lty Chamber
lain Charles II. Hyde. William .1. Cum
mins and Joseph 11. Itc ichmanii, former
president of the Curnegln Trust Com
patiy, arc none of them rcpiesentcd hi
the Koguea Gallery by photographs, Der
tllllon measurements or linger prints,
although all three methods are supposed
to bo used to furnleh tho police depart
ments of this and other cities with data
for the Identification of those once con
victed nf felony.
When Inspector Kaurot was before the
commit lee last week he told of the order
i of the Police Commissioner, supposed to
have been based upon a letter written
by the Mayor, that all photographs nnd
other records taken of portions not con
victed of u felony should be destroyed
nnd no morn records of this sort
taken. The dividing line, so far as It
ppeared In Inspector Kaurot's testimony,
was between throe convicted of a felony
and those not convicted of a felony.
Inspector I'aurot testified that the pho
tographs and finger prints and measure
ments of convicted defendants could be
taken only by the courtesy of the Shprlff.
No application to the Sheriff hns been
made, It wns said yesterday, for permis
sion to take any nf these records of the
four men mentioned.
Although the extraordinary Grand
Jury has adjourned until February 17,
It Is more th. probable that It will be
called togethir scnln before that time.
Foreman Thomas C. Wood was In con
ference with District Attorney Whitman
on Monday and rumors were current
yesterday that his visit foreshadowed a
reconvening of the body within a few
Mrs. Thomas J Dorian, wife of the
former manatvr of the Avonel Hotel, at'
1241)1 street and Lexington avenue, wns
culled before the District Attorney ngitln
, yesterday. She Insists thnt she does not
know where her husband Is nnd be
lieves that somebody has persuaded him
to go nway and stay away while the
i prosecution nf Policeman Kugene Fox
land other police tun tiers are pending,
George A. Slpp. proprietor of the same
hotel under Its name of the Baltic, has
told of payments which he says Dorian
made to him to be turned over to a
.policeman for police protection. If Dor
ian's absence continues it was rumored
yesterday that an Investigation will be
made nf these alleged payments with
a view to determine whether nr not
jthey may be made n subject for Grand
'Jury investigation, and whether or not
1 there wus ground for any charge
, against Dorian In connection with them.
, FrlemLs of IMward J. Newell, for
i merly attorney for Slpp, who has been
I Indicted for n misdemeanor in cotinec
tlon with Slpp's iibKcnce from town
'at the time he went over into New
Jersey, said ypsleiday that they were
working on matters which they expected
i would develop fresh malerlnl for use in
an attempt tn discredit Slpp's testi
mony. It Is not Impossible thnt the
extraordinary Grand Jury, should it be
recalled before the Newell case comes
up for trial, may take this matter up
Slpp spent hii hour nnd a half with
Distiicl Attorney Whitman In the lat
ter's office yesterduy and saw several of
tho assistants, Including Frank Moss,
who probably will try the case against
Policeman Fox-. The District Attor
ney has found other witnesses for use
In this case ugnlnst the policeman, so
thut he will not huve to rely entirely
or even largely upon the testimony of
Mrs. Slpp is going out of town to-day,
but will be back for the Newell trial
and before If the District Attorney re
quires her presence Her present un
derstanding Is thnt she will not be
needed for the Fox trial.
EXECUTOR ACCUSES NEWELL.
Sn l.an-fi- Misrepresented In;.
porta nee of nn Affidavit.
Kiluard J. Newell, the lawyer in
dieted In the Slpp case, was accused of
misrepresentation jestenluy In a pro
ceeding in the Surrogate's Court lu
which George I.. Doty, one nf t' e
executors under the will of Henry
Polllon Dunham, who died October A
last, asked tn huve his name withdrawn
from a petition for the prohaln of the
will. Mr. Duty's coexecutor under the
will Is Mis. Henrietta Virginia Carll of
Northporl, 1.. I., who Is the chief
Mr. Doty said In his application that
ho signed tin. petition f(. probate on
the mivico of Mr Newell, who drew It
and who Is the counsel for Mis. Carll.
He said he knew that Dunham had been
a resident of New Jersey at tho time he
slgiuil an affidavit stating that he was
a resident of New York, but that Newell
said this was a matter of no Impor
tance. He said he has since learned that
It Is a mutter of the gi eatest Iniiioi'
tiiliee. because If the will Is upset in a
sun oi-ougni ny l Im vv Plow, Mrs. Hertha
F. Dunham, she will be entitled to the
entire estate under the New Jersev
law, ami only half under the law- of
Mr. Doty said thai he knows the de
cedent was a resident of New Jersey
vocalise lu a suit for divorce hiought
agaliml his wife shortly before h ,e(i
he described hlmselr as u resident of
that State Mr. Doty says he also has
reason to believe thut undue Influence
was practised by Mrs. rr,, nd tells
of a prior will which he Is n
executor but In which Mrs. Carll is not
the chief beneficiary, lie. says hi w
"nn.i,u. ' wlU f,,r "n""lto lf "
TEXAS THREAT TO WICKERSHAM
Most Kiplalii If He Doesn't Arrest
Archhotil, Nns tinnier.
Wasiunuton, Jan. 28. If the Depart
merit of Justice drops the Hiitl-trust suit
In Judge Meek-s court In Texas after
hoiilllor un u'liiruulu t... .......... -
. .. : ..... ' ""' nini oi
John D. Arehbold and uther Standard Oil
iin-n, 'iiiorin.v-ctenerni wirKcrshaiu will
be called upon to tell Cniigiess why this
was ilolie. ficeiirHtnir to II,.. .lf,..i..-...i....
to-day of Heprehentntlve Garner of Texas.
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it ne iiruscvuuuu is uroppca i propose
to demand an explanation," said Garner,
! DOG THAT BIT 10 HAD RABIES.
Or, .Mcl.nnKhlln I raes Victims to
Take Pnslenr Treatment.
Dr, ClPorge K. Mel.ntiRhUn, a bacteri
ologist of II Crescent nvenue, Jersey
City, reported to thr health authorities
yesterday that hi examination of the
iiead of the dog which hit ten persons
In Jersey City on sunuiiy snowce. mm
the iiuliii.il hnd rabies. Hi advised ,
thai all the victims take the rnstetir
1 1 eat in cut without delay.
It wus said at tint 1'n.steur Institute
that five ot the Jersey City patients
had unilerHone treatment.
Dr. McLaughlin said Inst evening
thut tho dog had n "very murked caso
of rabies. " llacterlnloglsts for tho New
York Hoard of Health, who also ex
amined parts of the dog's bruin, con
firmed Dr. McLaughlin's diagnosis.
Virus for the patients will bo fur
nished by the .Tervey City Hoard of
Health, nnd treatments after the In
itial treatment arc to he glvrn by Dr.
IMward Mulvaney of the board.
It was reported that Carlo Capoano,
n boy living on Palisade avenue, also
was bitten on Sunday, The police arc
trying to find him. All tho victims
excepting one woman were children.
DIVORCE FOR PASTOR;
WIFE IS IN CANADA
Tho IIpv. R. C. Jones's Sister
Testifies Children Only Kept
A decree nisi has been granted to the
Kev. Henjamln Cnnfleld Jones, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church of tho Redeemer,
Paterson, N J , from his wife. Annie
Chisholm Jones, Tho decree is based on
a charge of desertion. The action was
Mr Junes married Miss Chisholm on
Octoticr 5, when ho was pastor of a
church in West Chester. 1'a. Miss Chis
holm was a (laughter of Judge J II Chis
holm of Wuterloo, Out
According to the testimony Mr. and
Mrs. Jones got along together happily
until about Chrisliiius 100S, when they had
quarrels and Mrs. Jones left her husband.
She returned on September 18, 19U0, and,
according to her husband's story, three
days later while ho was sneaking in his
church she left home permanently.
Lillian Jones, a sister of the clergyman,
to-tilled thnt at Christmas time, looi, her
sister-in-law told her blie was very un
happy because she no longer was in love
with her husband and hnd not been in
love witli him for some time. Mrs. Jones
said that if it were not for the children
f-he would leave her husband. There are
two children, Isabelle, IS years old, and
Margaret, 15 yturs old. A third child
died in Infancy.
Mr Jones said on the stand before the
special master that he wan 13 years old,
and n graduate of Princeton University
and of Princeton Theological Seminary.
He said his life with Mrs. Jones: had not
bleu happy beauuse of frequent disagree
ment. For months, he said, they did
not live together except inname. When
ho went nway, either for business or
pleasure, lie said, his wife refused to ao
coniaiiy hlni, On one occasion he went
to Kurnpe for a vacation but his wife
refused to go along and instead went to
After Ills wife left him the last time,
Mr Jones said, ho made two trips to
Canada to seek a reconciliation. On the
firs, of these trips he talked with Judgo
Chisholm: nn the second he talked with
Williim Chisholm. city solicitor of Toronto,
wlio said Mrs. Jones liad told her family
she had found coniespondetioe addressed
to her htiftlund and written in French in
the clergyman's trunk after his European
trip winch she considered to be grounds
for leaving him.
She characterized the trip of her
husband as a "grand spree" in her con
versation with her brother. The brother
added thnt his sister complained that her
husband had lieen unkind to her and had
Mr. Jones gave tho special master this
statement of his brother-in-law to him
when asked for some possible reason for
his wife's leaving him. The clergyman
denied the truth of his wife's nlloged
Mr. Jones lives ut 370 Van Houten street,
Paterson. His wife is now employed in a
STRIKING WAITERS STONED.
I'e Hundred Who L'nn'l Get Hnek
Anneal for I'nller Protection. '
Hotel vvorkirs who have been unable
to get bark their Jobs made several dem
(lustrations yesterday against hotels slid
restaurants that have refused-tn deal with
the union, but the strike Itself continued
to wane. Hotel and restaurant pinptle
tors said that their service was almost up
The men still on strike had a taste of
their own tactics. They were stoned In
mass meeting and they weie picketed by
About seven hundred strikers were In
Ilr.vant Hall yesterday listening to talks
from I. V. V. oiganlxers when the fiont
windows of the hall were shattered. Half
a dozen meji who had taken a position on
the Sixth avenue elevated diow stones
and chunks of brick from their pockets,
let fiy at the strike headquarters and
escaped on a southbound train,
The strikers rushed out of the hull and
shouted for police protection, Cntlo
Trnsca, the I. W V. loader who has been
active In leading uttscks on the police,
Insisted that the stone throw Im; hud
been planned by the hotel men, Some of
the hotel workers said, though, that there
luul bfen so much dissension among the
stilkers that the window smashing was
probably done by dissatisfied waiters.
Inspector I.ahey nnd dipt. Thor of the
Tenderloin station watched the strikers
closely yesterday nnd kept them moving,
The police were at Uryuut Hall In force,
und an noon as the muss meeting was
over the strikers were compelled to break
up Into small parties und scatter,
The plain clothes and uniformed police
men picked d ull places where the strikers
gathered nnd warned the leaders not to
attempt parades or demoutitrations ngalnut
The annual dinner of the second panel
of the Sheriff's Jury Is to be held at tho
Hotel Knickerbocker to-night and among
the guests will be many Justices of the
Supremo Court. Sheriff Hurburger said
yesteidny that If the striking waiters try
to prevent the serving of dinner he will
have a force of deputies aiive them avvuy,
and that one of the Judges present sitting
as a committing magistrate would, It is
likely, inaks short work of offendeis.
Baroness Von llndeck Arrives,
A Titian haired young woman who
says she Is tho Huroness Von Rndeck
arrived yesterday by the North German
Lloyd liner Kronprlnicssln Cecllle, She
wus much admired by the young men,
particularly tho Germans, who worn
among her fellow voyagers. Sho said
Him was formerly Mrs, Margaret
Vurenno Iliirtnu of llurllngton, N, J
nnd later married tho Itaron Walter von
Hadeck, who, she said, wns now In
Itussln and would come hare soon. She
Is going to her folks In llurllngton. Shu
declared thnt a story that her husband
was nut a real baron had been circu
lated by a former suitor whom she had
Skin and Hair
Soap and Oint Dtenl
No other emollients do so
much for the complexion,
hair and hands, nor do tt so
quickly and economically.
Their use tends to prevent
blackheads, redness, rough
ness and other unwhole
some conditions of the skin.
12,000 EGGS CARRY
"Votes for Women" on Hvory
One Club to Start Deli
Twelve thousand eggs marked "vou.i
for women" were sold yesterday by the
Interborough Suffrage Club In their
club room, 227 West Klghty-thlrd si reel
Many of tho buyers were nntl?, who ad
mitted that this was the most convinc
ing argument for women's management
of their own affalrb of which they had
A fresh consignment of eggs Is m
to-day from the 6,0t0 acre furm up
State, which supplied the llrst lot by
purcel post. These will nil go at 3."i
cents a dozen, from i l'i to I' cents les.
than the averugo marked price for
strictly fresh egvs. These eggs, how
ever, will not be marked "votes for
women," the labor having proved loo
The butter and egg store conducted
by the league In its rooms for the las',
six weeks has proved so successful Unit
the league will open on I'ebruat.v I..
or thereabout n delicatessen stole In
ltroadvvay, In the neighbor of Ninety,
sixth street. This shop will make ,i
specialty nf butter, eggs, chickens, limn
bacon, maple syrup and honey, a I
bought direct, from farmers. Its salad
bread and cakes will be made ami
donated by members of the league
Mrs. Sophie Kremcr, Mrs. liurke ami
Miss Alinee Hutchinson will "oe in
charge. Tiicy will m-II not onlj fond
products but cook books and will In
struct customers In huvv to prepare
foods. If this project proves succc-sful
Mrs. Kremcr will give cooking lesson"
In her home.
It I- planned to start later stores in
each of the thirty-nine Assembly dis
tricts In Manhattan.
Tenlonln Hunk (IHleers (ililll.i.
New Oiu.ka.ss. Jan 'Js. - Cucein I
Rubier, president, and Joseph II i.'hiu.i.,
chairman of the e, ctitlve couiiultti ' o'
the defunct Tt Utopia Hank, weie Imii. 1
guilty to-night of ii-celvliig deposits ap
the bank was known to be lusolv, nt
M'KCIAI. NTI( I.
Easy Way to Cleanse
The Hair and Scalp
"Naturi' intended that ovoi'v r.onvn
should have u wealth of lieailtifiil linir
- liuit- (hut can bo arraiiKod into nn at
tractive coifllirc which ;o cenliiiile hri
tihysieal ('hanm, writes: .Mis M.i"
Miirtyn, beauty authority
"Much (ki)cii(ih upon' the lean-iiic
bat Ii . If it bo of .-tn alkali nature the
pcnlp am) halr-lolliclos Miller uiptiv
and tli linir crows dull brittle ,-itnl
falls out, A hfuimpoo mixture mad"
by dissolving one leitspoonfiil .in
throx in a cup hot water gently, yet
thoroughly, remove overy Irine of
dual and dandi'iilT and so t'iicrgie
tln hair-roots and dclicato tissues that
they become strong and healthy l'cr
ritiKitiR. tho scalp is clean mnl pliant
and the linir is soft, iros-.y ami c;i-y '
do up. Cantlii'ox bhitiiiiiooi mil onlv
promote a healthy condition, but en
oouraKP on abundant und silkv urovuli
MEW YORK New Vrk City.
Far Bjt and Youag
72d Street and Weit End Avenue
Prepcrxk Poys tor 'l tvilfirr mnl re. ii
School". Thirty third "ii'ir
I.arire. Light HuIMIuk. ovrrinnuinc liue")
lllver one blncl. from .Suletnj
Combined with Sound Physical Tmlnlnc K
perlrnrcit loklructors, (Malniinl Mllltnr' "on.
(lninaMum. Afternoon Study Hour un.li'i n
Mrurinri. Illidieni llnniim won li l'-ri(!-
In Schiilrhli Mid Athletics
Lexington Ave. & 35th St.
111.1..,. .Ik BuhiMlnitltutt.rotdi 7:i5lj
II Bin VI III Ceu, CMHemlee New cslsloe rrsdf
EMrilAKTM ANI HANIiKHS
0 Usdlwn Ave.
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