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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
MORE BABY BOYS ' PERFECT THAU GIRLS! Three Prize Winning New York Babies "REORGANIZERS" MEET, Niiliomil Convention Niwl 1'iilli to I'c I runl ill Cliiniiro ConlVrcncp. I 12 4 Out of I.OOIt KMiniincil KIcvpii Mules ti ml Two l-Viniili Arc (Mio-i'ii. rnrzK wixxkiis ;i:t sar, Clifiinjiion liiilij of Khi in- City Will He Aiiiiotm 1 nt Kml of Vc.ir. Scionlifl.i have (li-cnvt'iPil thirteen perfect lml)ii-i In Manhattan eleven male urtri tiw female One tlioMx.i tul wimo ca ii mined. Tin- centre of Imliy activity dilflcd yes terday from the Univerxity .Settlement ul INI I'.ldridK'- hired l the Lenox Hill Hoiik, nt .Seventy-r-eeoiid Mreet mid Avenue A. There I wi-nly-i wo entered tli.' Ilnal- Her" nil1 the blue tihhou 'vilinrr. who svlll each receive u bankbook with 2't on the credit idde In be available with interest when tin- ehild iitlaiti-. it ma jorlty: I'lllx-. A li.l I !- beiVirill l'i tltulllh.o llllll 1 yi'iir. Winner, Lawienc" Ii.dnhot ker. f- iiiDiitli-: vim of Mrs Arthur Heinhorker. I'd j)t Seventy-eighth .-Ireet Weight. P'iiiikN . mince, light Irur. Il'ii eve, lirvt l'e(,iiIo Iiii.smiiii mid milk Mother, American. '.'I yiMM old; father, Hun ;uriati t'la.-w H- Iiiiliip.4 lift wren I and '1 yeais. Winner. Dorothy Skce'e. Ill tnunt h-; daughter of Mr- Dlward Nkeef. 'third avenue Weight. -.'i pound'" 1.1 ounce": brown Imlr. cr.iy eye-, breist led. nlo hai milk, fiirinii, -oup and m tntoo. Mother. HiiqIMi. ye.ir-t old: lather. West Indi in Cla H- n.-ibiei between I and It year, dinner, .lame- r.-ecley, m month, son of Mrc Michael I'rceley. Vim W'et SKty fitHt trc't. weight lil pound II ounce, blond hair, blue eye, boitle fed: mother American. JO year- old; father. I1M1. Four other lubier were marked perfect mid were eliininatMl only when inllni tfxinuil difference- weie -cored. 'Ihey were Pnvid Mahrer. II moii'h old. son of Mr- .)a"i".- Mahrer of .vjn I'-aM I'.i".ht y-1'trt-t -t,"ei; Itolicrt Cyner. ,y , month- old, hoii of Mr. ln-li tjner of .velvet S"Vf rty -ihird !ieei, Tho'iia McCarthy, H. month old. -onol Mr- Iiimu'mMu) 'artliy of rj:i Sfcond ii Venn-; Albert Smidt, T month- old. -on ol Mr-. Albert Smith, 432 Ijlht Sevetuy--econd street Three more perfect b.ibi"H have been t.eeofd y Dr. i, J'.mmetl Holt m the oonter-t a' the rniv..lty Settlement in Kldr'.dRe -treel, makuir, a toial of -u picked Irom .inmni; the (Jiildren o the mo-t conee-tedtli-trii't- of the Kict Side 'lh tinal elimination has not yet h.h made The perfect one- ilieover.'d yp-terd.iy are .lani"- Korn. mitli m'' pound-. .'I1 Hlwcltep street . oloman Goodman. ' month-. Ifi iouiiiIs. ;. ( herrv -tr'-ei; I'ranci- Motto, t mouth-, lti pound- 11 ounc . Jit I'.li.ibeih .-treet The-., will corals' for blue riibon honor with Abra ham Kdelownz. Molh- J'all.i.- and Su-s-min tavi-ky, who were picked earlier in the week Att'e the stlertiotl of llP three prize Tinner- ted i llibon-. Minifying honm.ible meniion, were awatded to nineteen nt lie'- "A lemarkable feature of the lonte-'.' .-.iiil Dr Ci-ek. "i tint onlw one Olll ot 1h" '.'"tl linbie- measured fell below sit p.r im.i " I'll- . ollte-t .11 the. I.elir. T 1 1 1 1 Holl-e Vlis 'llldei' tl'e all-oiee- ol the Committee for the lleiltictioii of Infant Moitalitv. a Mib.coi'iii'i:t"f of the New York Milk Committee Contest- will le' held all over the United State-and rat inn- will be tabulated Garret smith, -eerei.-uv or the Com inittee ft.r the Kcihu tion ol lutant Molal ity. Kiid vc-tetdav ' We w ill doubt-les- have the -lati-t'r ol over iihi.ihh) babie- frjtu all over i Ii" I'nited Slate- liPtOI e I 'e i lost ol I I) conie-i Mie.idv have I r IP J"ll lo ! I .iddiiional applic.tio.is CVfl'V l.-i ' Thin I- I lie !ir I ol a -erics of conte-t-wlueli will be held m x,.w York cnv. 'mliiii: wnli a ci md hnel tontest m whn li Olll the taiioll- prue winners will be eligible to comppte Thi eontcst will eeiiniii. tlie fliampion perleit laliy or the cilv luobnbly will take place nt the end of tin.- veu flur n-M - tiiill.il baby eofite-i will In. held in the .Syrian qiuiiei m ti,,. low,.,- t.M s, m .) m t TAW M 4 LOCAL BARBERS QUIT in Oo on siriUc I'irst iintl licciilc Aflci'NMirtl W lint It's All Vow moms i;i:roi: m.n sikm's I'oliff Kept Hiisj Lender Sii Arc Out in Miiiiliiiltnn. be'Iir bable-' 'i -.Lite t.llt- e-ts. niid . 'llllllt 111 Tlic bailer-' strike Lit Mrnhatti.ti yesterday iiiorniiic and trouble started at or.ee The police wete kepi on the jump all day quclllne -trike disturbance and a. f.isl a- -triker- hit the nliops they were ,-ent to other shop- by I'ratik Cimcillicri. who in-tailed lnm-elf m -trike leader, to persuade tlie t ttiployce to join them 'I'lie Manhattan leader- of ;li In dustrial Worker-t of the World were not t;oins to let their Drooklyn mradc liuve anjtliliu; on them when H t.i;iie to sllikfs and I lie moM'tileii' in Mati hntlau began before ,u, demand- wete miide 'I he -trike le.ider. Canci!i.ei,. i ,i Ik barber and ban a -Imp at 'js. .cr.tn' .V. Imt he i- a member of the Indu-' -nl Workers' of the World and is m sympathy with the workers, I say- He I- now on strike ncaitist lutu-elf as an employer. The day'- (irst trouble occitred when a larRe cotnmitiee of sinker- went to the -hop ol I'hilip Mohr nt tn Third ave UUP frctn the stuyve-ant ('anno. I in Second avenue, wlien. strike headipiir-er- had I n t.ibh-hil Seven bail'ers were pe ,refuv -hauiu; seVPH men when the mob li'tlle. allil Mohr at once locked and ban leaded the dooi The striker- yelled mid Kttic Minted, but it was neatly an hour before a policemin appeared. Mem tinie a mob of ;oo ,,id co!..rii mid a small -tone wa- thrown tluniuth the window Two of the -triker- t.nkled a big barber's siR!i and were proceed iiir to throw it down when a plain clothe policeman iritne up and s"i'il iheai. He took them to the door a in I Mohr ojn-ned it a little bit and a-ked the poliix'tnan to let them RO "I won't tnakp a complaint. " he said "The striker- will kill m. il I do " The policeman was leluclantly forced lo let tho prisoners ro and the crowd rap idly scattered Ijiter the -trikcrs made a denion-tration in front of tho Paradi-n. W.. Seventh -Ircpt and were proceediiiR to make matter- lively Several police, men appeared and arre-tel Sihnlur l.amparr He wa- taken to the K ev Market coutt on the charRe of di-orderly conduct Tim ceritie of di-turlsince- duriliR Hia aflernooti v.a- 111 the ueiRhliorilo.Hl oftlie While ll.itu shop at l.VI KikI rourlecnlh -'led T'hieo of tho burlier there were riiRlitened into (initltnR on l'tid.y when the llrooklvn slrikeiw were iaiaditiR past Policemen' Dcmpsey mid Schi'ib of the l.a-l T'welily -second sttcct stallon had their'h mil-full for an hour or two with nmb which Riithered at thi shop and at ' other n blcck or two away They had jut scaltet'eil a crowd ol strike' pickets wl, en the word cauio thai striker were ill fronl of I'alombiV shop in Third avenue near fifteenth -tlwl T i'ev drove the'a i ,tav and leturned to laid lie Wlii'e bats shop -torinrMl liy a liriT'i' ci -wil They dl-po-oil ot tin LathorniK Mly lo I "a I (line wa ti.nible 111 a -hop ,ii SiNteeiith slreel ami T'hild avenue I her.. tl,ey tli-pef-.d about a hundred strikei- w ho were trylim to tortv Iho b-jrlHM- to quit T hi'y "tctutned to ' llnd tiie While ltat- -hop a'ftain be-ioRed I iv a l.ii,:cl auRiiienlcd mob niimbcrinR l.ilniii' in i ' C rnoiie, the pioptietor of the While ltat-. declaied that there wpio .'i.lioo in the limb md wlmP-d I he two policemen to -erd for tho te-ei ve- They were tirst Inclinikt to do so, but decided to lacklo the 1 R-iitR themselves DrawiiiR their olitlu thev -ailed ill Meantime Arnone tohl hi i bathers thev could don- they liked about ipiittini: T'heie were twelve nt work on cu-tonier and nine of them walked out tf the daiititle three who lemaltiiHl one wa- Matthew Arnone. brother of the proprietor i T he -inkers, many of them v itli briii-e rtotn th" club- of the two polleenirn. took j the llille desertetn tl -I lko lie adqlla It el i There were four a n e, iluiiiiR a strike , di-tiitbate e l iteral a -hop m TTiinl stteet bet ween Avenues ( ' ,n;. 1 1 t 111" -Hike head l. rlef Calalllleri aid l.i-t evenii'ir that the -inker- had deiuhtl III lel,',lld lh. l the WolklllR hotii-s bp Itom - M lo v M with an , hour or lot dlncer the fays in the week. twelve hour- on s.niir.l.iy. no work 10 bp done on Sundays I'hev alo demand II d.'lV ol 111 the middle of oerv week They I iai been working hour- a Week. , he -aid Thev would make no wuro ! demand li s,iid thin the barber were ' -tfikiiiR uptown mid downtown on both , l'l-t and est -ule- The -triker will meet thi- cvenins at ' i llllutoll Mull in I'.iRhth street T hey ' e pp" to hear then from the member ofanA I' of I, union which had a strike in Harh-m i ve.it! imo whii'h was ot 'Caucilheri d'cfanil ihat .-i.noo wen out in Manhattan, but Pri-ident Rotolo of the : I W. iid that onlv about L'.ooii mi, olll ' !' of tlie llrooklvn bo- barber 'eh.iim.il tlm -trike to a lockout yetenlav and be,;an to employ strike breaker-. I.eotianlo 1 nsuii the leader of till- -trike. said thai the Italian bo- barber of lamaica had Riantcd the dnnaiuh and tlia' l.irn barbel- will tetutll to work ' t liei c to-morrow . I OPPOSE AMALGAMATION PLAN. l'niRrrl c rr ntlttnl i, "n-ii W. V, II rn it ii, Tolkpo, May ft T.ikim,- the poslilnn tt'.it the dlffcrcim. between the Pro-i:re-lip mid the i -publican partle jtv fiiudiiinental. U'nltcr I". Hrown. I'ro mcscivc State chairman and member of the I'rocrc.-.-lve Xatloil.il llxccutiu I'.ililinlttee. declared ill a itateiiii'ilt I--sued tod.lt tli.it mi amalRiim.ilioii of t'le pai lle. in i hi o a. proposed ten day aito in a niietiiK: or Itppulillean leyls l.i tor. i Impoi-lhle. What he desicnate.s iih the Iniquity of th.' I'a ni'-Aldrlch tariff was the bp RlnnliiR. Clialrmaii ISrnwn t-ays, of thp dpilnlte movement which rcultcd In the foundation of the Prosrcsfive parly. Iln prpdlcti that with "no substantial difference lietwppn the Hepuhllcan and Democratic parties" the tnctc.it trend nf political UiuttKlit will hrliiR about a di vision Into a liberal or proKrcslvp party and n conservative or standpat pally. Prnrefsivps cen' rally are satisfied, he says, with piosrc already made (Ttlf'AdO. May Id Ih'orcanl.alion of the llopulilican party al n nntlonal con vellllon to be held (lli fall, the place to be determined later, will be demanded by progressive Itcpuhlican leaders who assembled In Ihe city to-day. Tliey an1 here to formulate a demand for the oi.llitnv fF lite e i ill t't'llf inn to ulllimlt In jthu executive commit tee of th Repub lican National ommittee when it meets in Washington on May 21 mid lo di-cu whul the convention will do when pathers. .Seiuitors Cummins and Keiivon of Iowa, Crawford of South Dakota and Sherman of Illinois, who are anioni; tho-e who arc planning the calliliR of Ihe convention, arrived late thi aftct noon, and all except Senator Sherman went lo Ihe emigres Hotel, wheio tin; conference will be held on Monday. Senator llorah or Idaho, (Itonna of North Dakota. Xorriof N'ebr.iska, Work of California, former (lovemor lladley of Missouri and a score of Heprpspnintive ! and leaders of minor Imporianco arc o.- , peeled to arrive to-morrow Senator Ciimmin o Iowa i the leader in Hie inovemeni winch ie-ulled in the holding of th" confluence The oilier who will be in i tteiMl.iticc arc tlie tneti who -upported Iloo-evelt. ti rolletle or Cummin in ih Itepublic.in National Convention of last year, but who later , stood with Tafl against Hoo-evelt Winle Ihey are the onlv ones attending tlm con- I tcrence. it is understood that other Uu publican Senators getipraliy consldcied as "stand patters" are lookliiR upon tlm niovptnent with favorable eye and will 1 back the demand for tho calling of a na tional convention. 7 P f i your next petticoat bo a KLOSFIT PETriCOA-fl Insist on tills label In the wnlstbcntl nl both the Gusset and the Jersey Petticoat. Every pootl storo rll KLOSKIT IVttiro.its. Fit Cot ton fbliirk tnily a I. .Sl-'iO Id ftn.OO, ami in Silk fall colors) t $.".nf). Mud with IRliSSOt 7 or in L sttlcs EIGHT SENATORS TO ATTEND. I.n Polletlr Will lip llrprrrnlril nl I'hlrniro Conf rrrncp. WASItlNC.TON, May 10. ICIglit Uppiili- llcan Senators, known as progressive ' Hepuhilcatib, slgiiltlcd HiPlr Intention to day of participating In the conference ford of Sunt i Dakota lii mna North Dakota Wink of I al" i to he held ill Chicago on Monday In an ' Hurah of Ma'... and Sherman f I effort to lehabilltate the Itepubllcan party ami to commit it to a progressive candidate and a protre sslvo platform Senators l.a I'lille'le. Ciapp uu) Hr tow will not attend. .-ennui- i.a i oin tie m in .vni i In J mil, They are Senators Cummins with the contcience an, w II and Keiiyon of Iowa, Sterl.nir and Craw- rented b Senator litonr.i SjJM,Lulti.Il!UIll Ad JEWELL TELLS OF CAPTIVITY. HiirTnlo (iniln ririil.rr -nj Tlm rtiililicr Drnuifpil Him. l'.Ti tie. My 11 l'l.liiPts I. Jewll, n cr.'In lirek.'i, wlm f.orl In wa. held up on a toad In Steuli'n county at nlcht on April iniiid of ? I . o n o in cinh and Jewelrt .md l!irn li.'M captive in a f.nni lietifp in.ire tlmii a month. I "till In a F"riiu c.iti.lltMii at tin Ho'iK epathlc Hn. p!tal hrri Hi tnuil1 .ileal,''!- 5tatciiKrit to the au thru It!. to-nlplit im.l Filll rllnps to the tort Unt Iv whs knock.',! M-n-Phv hy iolil,-r and ilniccerl In the mup of hl ..ip:tlj It. sa In w'.i- kept bound llict of th" t'nie .1 'Well I- MUffel.nc tlnin i rniiruei'nn ttf I spl- ". W I' h i ih n aui'd b a Knw toip SH' M w M ma v hav ) l vrt 1 Unusual business acumeN Xhey have so far ordereD Of us the total of 160 Commercial, cars fo R Added delivery radiuS Reason-better servicE H ESTABLISHED A QUARTER' OF A CENTURY C HARVESIEP CO. RAISES PAY. Ke-pp I'd I til llao Mnpliiner.i lo lit llftiirnliiK iiliiirn. Afni iix N V . M.iv in One week hu claps d since the International Har vester i wine nun sinker leturni-d to work on the promis- that the mill would be retaimd in Vubiiru and thai all ma chinery sHit away would b" reinstalled. Sev.-ti cm loads of machinery thill li.nl lieen sent to Weehawkeii have iiceii re turned, declare -Mipt William (iregg. Th" larger part ol im innchinery Is in position again and by ihe end ol next week the enure factory will be restored tothecondillon ii wa in before th.. strike When the .Tile began the company issued a siateineiu declaring Ihat unless the slrikei- returned to work ilie null would be removed to lairope Thi was promptly branded a a bind by the labor leader.- and ihev nfu.i.d to return to work. The i.iinpiny ihen began to di-mautln the ii. ill and had sent seven carload of niiicliinciy lo Ihe seaboard when (iov Sulner ii.tirccded and il i said ailvHiiced tho principle no irdn-trv nurturml in Anierici should (leu to tin so-called paucr labor of 1mii oh) lo cscapo Aincri tan conditioi.- Tho f oniuan.v llicn slopped tho disman tling and .ifier a ipecial representative nf (Sow .Suhii t .iclcdas peacemaker the em ployees n t ii i ncd lo work and tliecimipanv in good faith carried out its agreement to icsumu.t operation neie. Slnco iho strike tho company vohm ..itily hat- incrcaspd wages in many ilc ?Mrtnients Tho railroad forco of the In lurnational and all laborers mo liettor paid Tli latter receive l.'i cent morn a day The gill in Iho twlui; mill received lo-night tho III t-t pav cnvclopo with the $s miniinuni wage; This was an increaso of fi'oru tl to $:i f ir many of tlm girl COUNT DODGES PHOTOGRAPHERS. Out I omit..,- l.ciliiplnmaM . -( lllaturlifil SmiimlinlR, The Counle-s I "dot linttsk I. ho until 'Wursday wc- Ml- l.ouisp Warfleld, dmisli fer of termer i,m IMw in Wiirfleld of .Mm) land, s-inled n-ieidny mi Iut honey, moon and to liei Ihi-IihiiiI'h r-iatp In Poland Vi'ri.-" "vVi'iii.';: " Uo)" linpr ,,rinz Iho Coiinlis., v.aj untrrrin-il In tho photrntlHtihers hut Hi,. f(,m Tl.frr.ti nose ami dodirid t lit-nt. when thev nt. IMUDted to smipsliol hrii The loiitiless Mniirshr probablv wuiiM live in Poland er -luanentlj-niid lend the s IiiipIh p 1 er 'Largest Retail China and GUss Store in the WorlcT Artistic Summer Home Furnishings China, Glass, Garden Furniture in great variety at attractive prices Our Spring displays arc rich in artistic plenishings for the Country House, Cottage and Bungalow, as well as appro priate Wedding Gifts of beautiful, useful character- has become almost an axion Ihat "There is no wedding gift piotlem u hich cannot he soiled at HIGGINS& SEITER'S." Dainty China for Summer Use. 100-piece Dinner Sets - An cxccllmt quality, with a tasteful yellow rose garland decorntion, U offered at S.U. A Set of fine Royal Worcester China in an artistic old Chinese pattern, nt $100. An example of our Special Vnlucs in fine Dinnerwnrc is given by u superb set of Cnuldon China, 102 pieces, reRiilnrly $104.25, reduced to $69.50. Fine Glassware in 60-Piece Sets. Our Miperb stocl: ol Crysttil contains'thc nevvedt ptodticts of the world's Breatest glass manufacturers -T. G. Hnvvkei, I.ihby and Sinclair more than 100 patterns, in all. One may purchase a 60-piece Set of Clear Glassware, with dainty edeed horucr, for only $11. Or a 60. piece Set of rich Rock Crystal, in a heaiiti. ful new defign, for $02.. '5. Artistic Garden Furniture- Low Priced. In this collection one will find n lurp.e 1 2 inch Jardiniere nt the remarkably low price or ,VV Also attractiv e Pedestals, Window Boxes nnd Umbrella Stands (ftr porchei) at very reasonable prices, Lampg, Electroliers and Shades arc shown in scores of uncommon de-iicna suitable for both Couutrv Homes and City Rtsidcnces -tit our well-known modcrnte prices. Note the Address nf our Nac Store (Opposite Tiffany & Co.) 9 &- 11 Etvst 37 Street Just off Fifth Avenue :Te!cpho)eHurrayliill.460 S uccess assure D The Adams Express Company Now Own 160 AUTOCARS MAY 7th, 1913, THEY ORDERED 36 CARS, THEIR 12th REPEAT ORDER THE decision of Adams Express Company to purchase .?6 more AUTOCAR Motor Vehicles is an expression of CONFIDENCE. i i -n CC?NF,DENCE in a Reneral improvement of business condition, wmcti will make a steadily increasing demand on their delivery equipment. CONFIDENCE in the AUTOCAR as the delivery vehicle best qualified . to help them meet this .situation. Nine hundred and fifty-four different concerns have adonted the AUTOCAR motor delivery car. replacing a total of 12,818 horses. Adams Express Com pany has discarded horses altogether in the Philadelphia district. THE AUTOCAR SALES CO, West Nineteenth Street, New York WORKS: ARDMORE, PA. t. .. 4-