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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 1G, 1913. For Girls: We arc mnkinR an ex cept ion til display of Easter Garments for the toddler and the growing miss, in the season's most approved styles. ALL CARS TRANSFER T0 KM Lexington to 3d Avenue 59th to 60th Street For Boys: All the nobby Suits and Furnishings that boys have set their hearts on are assembled here for the Easter holidays. Bring the Boys here. Crepe de Chine, Crepe and Chiffon Blouses for Easter A Veritable Feast of Beauty. rrv :.mmK r tv collar cuff. in Easter's ap proach finds Bloomingdales' in readiness with per haps the richest assortment of blouses to be found anywhere. The wonder is that we can place such moderate prices on them. The display is full of tempta tion for every woman. ILLUSTRATED HERE WITH IS A SOFT. SILKY CREPE DE CHINE BLOUSE. sim pie In appearance, its chief adornment being a Bulgarian embroidered down the tront runt a Oriental colorings: The price of this most effective jlfS 4 V row of Dresden buttons: yoke is hemstitched, and hemstitching is mce of this most effective 31LE BLOUSES, trii striped ratine, fine ba tiste tucked shirts. Tux seen, too, at armholes and on front Home is CHIFFON BLOUSE, accordion pleated and hemstitched, with lace jabot, silk loops and crochet buttons on front and black velvet bow, short sleeves, hemstitched and lace trimmed and in white and Nell rose, white Jrv fQ nd navy and white end JIV .Vll BLOUSES, showing all the new style frills nd plcntinfts, long or short sleeves A host of other charming blouses Ht prices up to $17.95. black, each CREPE DE CHINE VOILE BLOUSES, trimmed with edo shirts, all new spring A Mrt models . . HUVJ VOILE BLOUSES, Bulgarian and color ed voile trimmings, show- te aq ing the newest shaped flat ?K I VfS collar HrlSJ $4.98 HMMiMiMr:ni.i.s' Women's Silk Hosiery Store Years of Consistent. Honest Merchandising Have Given IJs theCity's Big&est Hosiery Business. 10 DIFFERENT STYLES IN WOMEN'S Q SUPERIOR SILK STOCKINGS IN SPRING WEIGHTS, AT OyC Heavy weight and fine Raures with silk garter hern and sijk feet, also styles nth cotton hrm and cotton splicing, all made on English fashioned frames to a'jutr the proper shaping. They cannot be equalled in any other shop for less thn XI 50. You may have them in white, black and all the fashionable colors. $50,000 Worth of Easter Flowering Plants in Our Greenhouses on the Roof 35,000 square feet of glass were required to cover our gigantic greenhouses on the roof. This lofty section preserves the illusion of Florida iti the bitterest weather, with rows of Southern palms, bright flowers and gleaming foliage. The Present Easter Display is gorgeous, both in the greenhouses and the Beautiful Cut Flower Shop on the fir3t floor, wjth its own entrance. Our Prices Are Half and less than half the iisiml florists' chnr;;cs. Orders large and small will have our special E.isttr flower delivery service, assuring you of accuracy and promptness. Hi.nimi:ni.r.v Perfumes and Toilet Waters Sl'PKBnt TRIPl.i; KXTItUTN. all Il.TS TOII.KT cm and 42 25 . mati:m Hot .7 . I mon noiJtt i.r i:.t.i.ct itottie, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.95 40c l odors, 45c odor, in t-o gla stoppered hot ties, siioolal, liolt, sirr.niiv toii,i:t w atf.ii, an our leeular S.k toilet water, bottle . . . Try our new odor, V4IM'lStS, true odor of the flower, very fragrant and tr lasting, per bottle tai, We will sire one bottle of Tnil.FrrWATF.n, lahie iV. anil n T O M I . II II svnKW.n, aiuc , tin, two rsr artfl" to-moirow lor t ok, iiinmix k ,ihkv i:tiiit or 11,1 N. put In liulitUoine gla" CI Eft stoppotml bottles .pi.iJU wtAW.Krs nosr. HII PI IMTM1.. a new roHUou nosi; Min i:rn t ni noi: M v ll TOII.KT n TW Hot I In We sro ttie solo aveutf foi tho t nlted Htate for I' llrerhor' I'rrnrh PoifumM, which nr the ratfeof I'ari. Men llruouct and llnyul Dehcee JIOX lMH'QllTr TOILET iVATI-.ll llottl SI. 50. $2.00 and ROIAI. nr.i.KKs TOII.KT M Ti:il Holtle Vi liHXe ii complete line of fotv's fr fumr. I'lillnf Waters. 1 ai-e Powders ami 1 Sacli.'l Powder I.. Oil. KTll T (newt Coty hot Na.fMI STV KTllfT. Coty bottle I3.00 $1.35 $3.95 $1.35 SI. 00 and $2.50 $1.50 'r,!,,M!.:vmu"rS2.75&$4.65 $2.40 & $4.50 .1 Wtl I'.MINOT nosr. i:. TIIWT lot hot MIIOII NTHH i:i.TIIACT.tO (f (OIJ Ik)II1 1.UU Wo ali) ratf a romple'e line of llwrV, tlOBer , (iHllet'4 and Iloiihiffaiit'n Kxtrm-ts ami Toilet Water iii.oomin;di.u' Madame, Your Gloves for Easter The prominent makers abroad and at home contribute their best productions to the Bloomingdales' complete stock. 69c WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK STOCKINGS, at 1'nbe.iidble vluc3. Good ns any dollar stoOrins you can Ret elsewhere. Made with deep garter hems and hiRh pliced htfls nnd double soles. Black, white and tan, all sires. Main Moor, SOth St, Section. WOMEN'S GOOD QUALITY A ft SILK STOCKINGS, SPECIAL, 4VC Extra good quality, with cotton tops, black, white nd tons. Splendid values at the price. Other Silk Stockings at $1.00, $1.25. jL.-iu, .so una j.i.so. i WOMEN'S PRIME QUALITY 2 CLASP LAM BSK I N GLOVES, at i Have one row of embroidery, newest 'spring shades and black nnd white; I many stores sell these gloves for a dollar. ! I6 BUTTON ENGLISH WASHABLE WHITE i DOESKIN GLOVES Mousquetaire style, exceptional value ' at the price. 64c $1.75 $2.19 WOMEN'S 16 BUTTON LENGTH FRENCH GLACE KID MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES. $3 VALUES, at They reach well above the elbow and are made of soft real French Iridskins in black and white. They are positively worth $3.00 and are remarkable values at our special price. ENGLISH WASHAB I. E WHITE DOESKIN GLOVES at They are in one clasp P K st vie and sell reguldrly for $1 00 79c K98c WOMEN'S 2 CLASP P. ENGLISH WALKING GLOVES Full P. K. prime quality selected skins; ndmirable for street wear; have ,J tow embroidered backs, and black, white and colors. All sizes. Bloomingdales', Lexington to 3d Ave., 59th to 60th St.: CAPT. J. B. GREENHUT GETS A HIGH HONOR Wiir ippnrtnient Thank Him for (ifillnnt Service Fifty Ynirs Affo. Ar-r n--'' tlftv vears the j?al!n.try "ik-,1 !,, .1 ,-nn'i H. Orepnliut nf 135 ' 'a. !rh 1Vi.ii a n. Captain In thu ..vron.l li'siinont, Illliiui Infun ' at iait' r (ii ttyiburs h. leen "Si-.il' rf.-..n':o. l.y thn Wr I '''' in ii iPit.T tliunldiiR htm for r I i.o atl..itinn of the War u'"1' " nt WdH allorl to Mr. (Jren T"" 'n t 'if 'i.ittlo by On. lMward fi'i m"ti (.r fJrfu l'r.inrl.ico. who wroto ""rn .-.-TPtary of War, Henry L. n f-n i;, m S.ilnuion was .'ait. " '. i' . .niiiMniler at Ottyshurfi-. ") ! 'n '.'S l.,, Hfcrelary Stlm " On Salomon as follows; ; . y .".'ifoiiion. ft'nii frnnciscn, ' '.k Smomon: I have hart th ' ' 're..,hut farcfully looknl ' ' k-i oral Htaif. who have given ' r . -. i'oriNlderatlon, roIhk B ' l1 ' uriRlniil rfcnnls of ttm -i (; stuff rn-oimni-ni) that (Tapt ' (."'"n tho tmnor of tiavlns i. tier written Mm by the. f War thankliiR him for hlR it hi-rvd'ea I ave arcorfl. hi Ii a letter to ("apt. iSrren ' 1 I hiii very niurh obliged to Jllll ' is lrnuj;lit the matter to 1117 mil iIkip rnalillnu mo to reniler 1 of rei'ornltlon for hui'Ii -" i'- - 1 enclose that letter ti ' 'li-iivoiert to ('apt. Oreenhut by Ml .al leiter conveylnir the ' the War Department to Capt. .' tu'.low. I' tl t.r'rnhut. formerlv (Japtain, ' witt Ifgimrnt, Itlinoit it. 1 The attention nf the, War i' l-HMnc len brouKlit lately H'.iM.hheil pervlre remierert hy r urilry on the Hecuiiil day ' " e .,f lipttykburg (July 1 f t; 3 . ' 1 1 wen- 8mm lally heleiteil by "I'.n K officer. Lieut -I'nl IMvvanl " I" UaiJ a limly nf llfty plrlinl ' e - in il(Ioil(;e ("onft'ilenile hlniii - ' o n Hid felielttr of certain hiiunea ' irdh In front of Otn t'nlon ' 1 " which they were pliklns era arid offleera on xaM Hue, "i 'I 'I lead null! voliinteera and did 1 ie 1 ovi niept with aurh gri at 1 '1,', iv under heavy fire, of thn 'iin iiliimk; d, a tiayonet rharc. ' "urreif and In anch a manner that -in wfiM i-nrrled and the enemy nierctrum r fore lake ureat nleamir In ei- tu vim the thaiika of til War WILLED MORE THAK HE HAD. IXatr or Mrinmler fiercer Pfll I'rnv i'ii In He MiiaH. The will of Alexander Mercer Pell, who hail a considerable fortune at one time ami who dhd In a furnished room at J Hroaitway on Jan I, provider for tlm ditrlliutlon of a much larger (ftate than he had nt the time of Ids death. The will wan executed on May S 1M2. Thn petition flk-il with the will .ayn that the ileeedent had real etdate worth $iri,0no which was suhjert to mortitaeeH and the life IntercVt of his mother, who J7BET7 DUUC WAM'T PITT passes on relatives case. i hud uuui 11 1 VJU 1 ! PRICES, PACKERS SAY I .liKlIrr llemlrlrk. Ileelilex .Mafler ffrtllnK III CiiDiln. Si. t erne Court .lustlee Peter A Hen 'It i' I. has had before ;ilm a l'ae in vvhieh Ins .cuiMii. Tvl 1 1 1 . 1, -1 1 ,11 1 Court Justice Peter . -t.. ' v Ml1'1 Hronx, waii sued for ArSroIltlllO Mlippors Will IJlll.sp tJ .. uml b,i Riven a decision In favor ! Or .IUHIH- hlllcl ' The suit was hroiiRht by Frank .1 Sleffe uKainst Justlre Shlel, Prank W Heinzer, City Mamhat Henry II Iuarus. ThonwtH A. Mher. rhlef i'trk nf .IliMllee --- " ' I .ShieTx i-ourl, ami .Itillus I Tobias, a law- i ver The action was based on u charge 1 no iiik ni'ei men, p nave nil" say or unlawful anist I-'itriirf Armours 1 ) n .Toroy Art iviti"?. Is li Iiik In Hurope The equity he held "wilt rattlo before cnstninT-i have a Helner broimht suit In Justice Hhlel's is estimated at jr,.fiftn The personal es-t cliance to munillir aNiilt the Inch nrires ! r",lrl lo-'nlnst Hteffe to recover f,2 for hit. tm ..llmjli.il .,1 linn .,t..l.. .1.. tli.,f urn l.li.ul In twv l,,r I...L ,, ,, , I ' ' IK-US Sold to I 1 1 1 1 ' .w..".e..fc ., r... i siibseiticiitl.v Sleffe alli'Kes that of vvearliiK apparel of little value. The , roasts, uro much cliiturbed ovhi- the like- i ii,.,,,,.,., xht. t0mpialnt altfi'ed to will leaves this to Mr. pVll'n son. Iehe ! lihooil that Concrete at its. forthcoming j make it Hppe.r lhat the nult w.ia hased Ilde I'ell of 93K Madison avenue. After special Mission may decido to uilrnit beef mi the conversion of property With the testator's ileath nothliiR was found free of duty In the hop that th iili-rne" i H'ln allernlion llelnr.er was able to get I,, hi, room but pawntlcketa and old of a tariff may help to reduce the cost of I "v 'UTl.T.' ' Mr 'T-ell's will left to h.s friend and 1 The ., Vodsli.ner. Iho official I Irueeri'.hs'''1' rnconTon S-OOO throVoo to;'.' I ora" "f "", American Meat Packers To help him prove his case acalnst the Kn?,!M,f' l't" "l '" ycMerday'a 'l;--.!...it Sleffe asked Justice Hendrlck ter's eldest sou. the testator's brother, n case the eon had no male heir, the oh- , it i expected that much of thn Imported bhow that there ., ..i,i t.. TO i m . , g a 1 i'MiMlmt in Ihn last thr yoam Ihn nuin- 1 "r"-r 'nilllnK them to let him nro.her. Duncan C ' l-r of cattle in ArKen,ii,. from which j "?U, hlch'he e .e nd. '"1 had no male heir, the oh- ! it U exnected lhat much of th Inmnrleil ". . . '. . " ' .U1 " ject ben to keep the estate In the Pell l)p,.f wollI(I conl0i ,.,, .(ec-reased nearly I tl. 1 lemlr k de ,'ed he ap,u'i Ion on ofm r Mdua?y umU he" "'21 a "'"" m1. while the exportation 1 - "'' "' ha' I wild'.ed'too'lonR yea '; o , .Mvv en mXIm "f vo cattle and nW beef has larely . "t J Th. suit has been slduarv estate nutrlKht In his later ears Mr Pell did a small ' increased Die orsan savs thai there were 21) nil brokerKn business anil hart desk room In , re', head of entile in ArKentina .it thu end ... . .,!, o ,i ,,.- oiiiiiivo .tinn Jluttnii, who divorced him and got a set. of 100S nnd by natural stimulation nnd tlement est.noited at JlOO.noo Mr I'ell "leruiho inero snouid ne several million was dependent upon Ids brothers. Dun- I more) head now, but in reality at thn end can O. and II. Archibald I'ell, at the time of toil thern wero only '.N,78S,IM hend. of hl" derith. i n (ii2 the. official reports show that 4,OfW,o.12 fiunrters of beef nnd MMjuoj NO MORE POLES FOR PEARY. pendliiK less than two years. MUST PAY FOR FOUR TRIALS. l.nnU herr- Won Twice, bnl Lost I hi lleeliMiiK Vrrdlrl. An illustration of thu cost of litigation Is shown in the, hill of coita tiled in tim .Supreme Court eiterdny following u Jiliy'a verdict for the defendant In the hend or livo tattle were exported from 'fourth tn.il of the suit of l.ouls riherry near-Admiral, .)lllnic for Earp r.'rtllrlaes Amandsen'a PIbb, Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary, who i UKainst Arthur It l'roal. nresldent of the l.lectrie I nt Conipan. to recover $14, unu for rent of an apartment at Sherry'H. As a lesillt of the Jurv'a verdict Mr. Sherry must pay the costs of nil four ArK'"ntina. The live cattln exportu ex cco1p( tho flKUres of 101 1 by over 25,000. Practicully all tho livn nnd dressed boef went to Kuropp. .... ... ... ...... j ...uv " 1IIT, IKPIP Ul ill, llllll discovered the north pole, sailed yester-1 ' ',n"""'" ' ,l,"ro" P"'" tnts ' inais. wmi inn exception of thu fees paid day by thn North Ocnnnn I.loyd liner i w "r: h,y,Mr, ''f"''1 tn ''Is ovvn attorneys. The iKoenlK Albert with Herbert I,. HrldEinnn. -hiippohe the I'nltml HI n Irs let clown nii n .r nnerry musi .president of the Arctic Club, to attend its tarlfT bam to this b.ef Kuiopo wants ! ?ty "'"""" "fi. while, his own costs the International rjeoKraphlcal Con- i i.udlv or woi-.m th m w ,1, U'l,, i r," " Ilu "M,"p The counsel fee on Kress to be held In Home next . . . .u e .. , , U,Ut "'' "b-mt 11,600 and tho cost renn.h The Hear Admlr.l iw "M bo tho effect of the inovltablo com- of ea-h trial ar,0 was thrnuKh with polar exploration, 1 P'tition on Argentino beef irices? Mow " th" aiious trials the plaintiff pot as he was n little too old 'the hardships and exoosures xpioraimn, ' i " i-ie.-e.- no - ,,.01.1.1.. to stand 1 would they compare nilh preaent prices 1 J1"lB'"',"t 1 fl"' h full amount, the of Arctic! for our homo beefy othnf words, 1 !''"n.plaln! 'lismlssed by the Judgs J t lirli tent of th,. I nll,.a Mlutes fee II, ' 'r- diitilrtved hy joii, an net forth "' ceiitrilniiiiiff Uiernby tn thn rtnal 'H of this innnorable battle Very "r' tfully. HtNST I.. .SliasoN. Heerettry of War, tuesis ine worn woum ne carneu 011 , whore, would wn koI off al? Will the by younKi r men; he had eaten his last . senior oIu, 111 econninica plcaso htund ill) ! repast of blubber and ilcpt In his last and annwer?" 'Kloo, 1 ''he report circinilated yi,terd.iy that There was still much to be learned tho blpr meat ackinR house of Armour ! about the polar regions, the Hear Admiral 1 A Co. is alsiut to spend K.ihxvioij in cn 1 remarked, und It mlitht be that some day larcinE it Jersey City plant against turiff 1 the Tnltcd Ktatea would send an exnc- reduction ilenlod viwtter.lnv l,v ..ni- ditlnn of Its own to the Antarctic to aee 1 oiali of the company, ftupt. V. V ,vman I if any use could be made of the large and said tho company had no Idea ol handlin" I unexplored tracta there. The plan of an y imported meat . " Amundsen to drift In his ship In the Arc . ' ' tin region did not commend Itself to the ' ------- I Hear Ailmlra) He said Amundsen would J "" Xriv'Vorli Annliersnrr. I ii!'.na ,.'lB, r"'k' ,h" "hln m!B,,t. I"' "" "f N'f'"' Voik yeslorday ecle. Itrm ' ("'" I"" 'yB,-vt;,rs "ht lir.,1,,1 the 1 29tl, anulvei 1.10 , f f,u j. dr f a ywhere In hat time. , j, Wlu. . I)rst ,M1,lt , 1 The Hear Admiral Ih accompanied by I lishrd in th- citv since iT'i; n i ,s his wife, his daughter, Mnrle, and his. son. . occupied Iti nresi nt sile nv vv.'.n .(...'ni ,.?,, Vh 'r I,V",Kln,Un V.'.f0 V',"1' l" the dlv o ur . "" d.nVrtl1 ii"d Mr UrltHr-iwhleh does not owe d p-rt of lis growth ... ..,,,v,s, .,-,v.,tinmiivcn ot 1 to consolidation Willi nm viiiiru niHirs ui ine ucogrupliirul ConresM and Its outgrowth, the Jnter I naticnal Polar Commission. once anil the fourth time, the Jury dc- ciueu in ravnr of Proal. The platntlfT will appeal. CHICAGO MEN INARS0N NET. Inresllunlor nnd Imnrsnrr Ad justers cinmnl In Waranls, CiliiAiio, March In.- An Inveittgator cniiloyid in llm otllcn of City Attorney N. I,, liolrowsld and two employees of a downtown Jewelry More were arrested to day clnlrged with arson. They are ac cused of burning seven story bulldlm In K.isl Monroe atieet m Oiioher IS, 1 POfi, The arresiH wen, the lesult of confes sions fioin those lonuccteil with the "ar son trusl ' The men nrrfsted ,ne r) I. rjondnMn. law cleik and investigator, Himiuel 1; to ,-onsolldatlon with other hanUs. V ''".inur ,' iiross. nmnne.r has paid i'DS sonibannual dividend. .,. 1 . me , menuoneu ,n ine ,,,,. ami are .am btockholders, the present rate belni 1G tier I i! .I?-.prom' . "J 'L"D"e. Jr'f." 1 cent, oer annum. ju.iwr. w m viiviu i. unuti iimiviuiim The Hampton Shops and the Country House JT is upon the broad, airy Porch or Veranda as often as in the actual Living Rooms themselves that the family life of the Country House seems to center itself throughout the golden Summer-time. Among our Hampton Shops Reproduc tions of the Oak and Walnut Furniture of Tudor and Stuart times will be found a wealth of suggestions for the Tables, the Chairs and the comfortable Settees which are adapted to outdoor as well as indoor use. xBpauy 34 and 36 West 32c! Street Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway New York HAM'PTON SHOP ExcIusItc Apparel for Women and Mlsies Announce commencing Monday, an Important Offering of 75 Imported Suits, Gowns, Wraps Exclusive fabrics, exclusive styles startling in originality and daring in conception, from Braunstein, Drecoll. Bernard, Louis et Cie. Marcelaine, Frances, Paquin, Bechoff -David, Brandt, etc. Original cost of importation $110 to $250. $45.00 $59.50 $75.00 Closing out Monday at CREPE BENGALINE SUITS in Copenhagen, navy, taupe, carrot, of black Crepe Bengahne silk; draped Empire cutaway coat, collar of silk Persian crepe., draped skirt. Value $47.50. Special Monday at FAILLE DE LAINE SUITS in navy, cadet or Nellrose, short bolero front, graduating back, lace collar, yoke "Peg-Top" skirt, draped to side. Value $59.50. Special Monday at MOIRE SILK SUITS copies of imported models, of imported moire faille silk, draped coats and handsome draped tunic skirt. All leading shades. Value $69.50. Special Monday at ALL-WOOL EPONGE COATS Dressy three-quarter length in Nellrojr, carrot, Dorothy blue, champagne, tnupe, black or white; cuffs, collar, trimmed with Persian bengaline. Value $39.50. Special Monday at BENGALINE SILK COATS Smart three-quarter length model, in black or navy; collar and cuffs inlaid with moire silk; soft silk lined. Value $39.50. Special AFTERNOON AND EVENING GOWNS Actual 29.50 39.50 45.00 24.50 27.50 in Crepe de Chine, Silk Faille, Crepe Meteor, etc. value $34.50 to $45.00. Closing out Monday 24.50 404 FIFTH A VENUE, CORNER 37TH STREET LITTLE GIRL GOING ON LONG TRIP ALONE l.oonorp Starts To-morrow Tapprod for Journey (o the Far Nortlnvcsl. I.onor (Snhbold, T years old, In ko Iiik to bo sturtei tn-morrow In tho car? of railway conductors for Victoria, nrltlh Columbia, where hr father llVff. Iflut December I.eonnre's father, who Is a widower, enmo to tho conclusion that ho couldn't hrlnc her up properly and sent her to hor grandfather, who lives In - Chelmsford, KnRland, without consulting him. Leonora tarted for InKlnnd very happy In tho care of paa senper.i who wero bound for that coun try, and her futher cultlcd to the grand father that she was on the way. KverythliiB went well until the little Klrl from Spnttln rrached Now York, where phe found herself taken poisenlon of by tim Society fur the Prevention ' MARRIED WITHOUT KNOWING IT. Two Wives SrrklnK Freedom r Husbands Trlrkrd Them. Mrc. Annii Trowbrlde asked Supreme Court Justice HIJur yesterday to annul tier marriage to William Trowbridge on the ground that ho threatened to kill her If he didn't romli! to marry him and thut when )ie actually waa married at the City Hull she thought she was only getting a fleense. Mrs. Trowbridge waa 1 yearn old when nlie nald nh wh trlrked Into niarrlnce on Juno 21. 1911. "How did you llnd out you were married T" naked the rourt. "When T rame out and told him to get out of my night, h told me we were married." Tho court reaerved derision. Judge WJur annulled the marriage of Leon Barnard to Augustine Crouset Ilar nard. a nurne In the Trench Hospital, which occurred at the City Hall In Novem ber, JStl. Mrs. Harnard also told the court that Harnard, who Is her cousin, hud threatened to ltlll her If nho didn't marry him, Hnd that she thought sho vrni only bcomlng enguged to Barnard when fhe waa marrying him. $3,000,000 PROFITS ON DAM. .Aahnkan t'nnirartora Sand hy Far mer Kniploree for Abare. Contractors on the Ashokan Dam made $3,000,000 profits according to an ar counting filed In the Huprrme Court from tlin hooka of Winston & Co., thn con tractors for the main dam. The account ing was taken under the order of Ru promo Court Justice Chester In a nult against the firm by James D. Icky, who asks $426,000 for breach of contract, l.ecky alleges that ha waa engaged In 1908 ns Ananulal ugelit for the Winston company and tn supervise tho national bank to he established by the Arm ut Hrown's Station. Ho alleges that he was to get 16.000 a year and expensea. and If th Interest of tho Winston company In tho contracts was Increased within two years he waa to liavu u large share of the profits. The report of the arcountanta rhows that up to Jan. 1 the Winston company's profits were $2,190,974 and the work Is less than three-fourths done. At this ratio the profits for the entire work will bo about $3,07fi,785 and there ure $500,000 In claims against the city additional CHICAGO AN FOR COMPTROLLER. 77 ft nndolh C. Keller. Bank Cashier, .Mentioned for Ihr O litre, CiitPAao, March 15. Rudolph C Keller, cashier of the Colonial Trust and Savings I'ank. Im prominently mentioned for hp- of Cruelty to Children When thr ,0,nl,,,nt by ,'r",,1'nt W,l,on HI,.,''omp' or i rueii m Liuiarrn. . nen uie ,roUcr o( ,,, currency, according to grandfather hud received news of the j private Bdvlces from Washington to. day child'? comlns he h.nl cabled buck that I The office of Comptroller bus hern bold .. , ... , ,, by Illinois men for many years. 1 ho last the plan dldnt milt him. He wuh u four ncumi,entB wer Charles a Dawes, widower himself anil didn't want tho I John II. Kckels, William 11. Hldgeley and restionalbllltv Ah soon ns Leonora's I Lawrence n. Murray Politicians say that rrsponmmuty. a won as i.eonoro a i ,,1ll,t.nt -,VIUoM ,vm f0imv tho custom father got this reply ho telegraphed to ( n. ,mn,nr Chicago man. Mr Keller thn Children's society hero nskltiK them Is not actively engaged in politics. No to rnro for his daughter until ho could opposition to him from the Democratlo arrange for her going to Victoria, Hrltlah Columbia, whom ho Is now oc cupied as a htramtlttor At about this time Leonora fell 111 of ni'unle.i and wmi aent to tho country In recover, Hut now Is all over nnd Leonore Is lenders In th State has (tveloped up to this time. Fireman 4)nla Ilia Throat. Patkhbon, N- J., March 16. Bartholo mew ltlloy, a member of tho Patorson fire Man i rt n... i...-,,! 1 1 1 n'J, Ktt.iiunilml In good lieiilth nnd glnil that she's iriilnK I fr,,,,, .imy,' eul his throat thlh moinlng "tor itntj back to lior fnthor. 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