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SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913. 9 HOTGHKISS ATTACKS ANTI-FUSION BILL T - niIit l Prevent mi I r i 1 ( oiitiliitiiiiial Kli'ciinii. n ion I'ltiKiifr.ssiVKs u. Will Kiituil on . -.lf KVJII'IIM' "f $1.- n.Hi.noil. lie Sns. h 1 i ,1 tu-i -1 II .1 ' . la V ,y 1" Willinm II llotcli. ( S'llcr lu-d.iy that IiIh . 'I, in ii, ;iny (otixtitmiiiiiiil ' .11 w.niltl proo tin' acid ,in;i.i-UMl iin i !.,!-. n'iiiv-'htlni tin- l'ro . .ii il l l.i' l Itli'iiM Munkliul a wliii Ii i- living to i ii in i'sv oik 'ity fur ... , i. m il till bill piuvlili'il for .'i.-l iliit Iotial convent Inn . r i..iniiin for minority ni M"im lliiMli'U'Ratcs at law, k M involve an iiiini'Ci'.iry 4, lK if (. ('I0I1 of . iit'iimnal cotnontlon was . - i . i.il election on ,lune:t. en- Milliicixil I Icltet Com . Mr llotchUU-., "Iuih I iron a runt intuition of fuion i. New YorU". t''tlully f i', .hi nf the two minority l'r.ici""lvi" mid t In He I .-e I wo parties ilifler raill- i'. .-ei cluume-i in the State m attil if the Mlt decide f i rutwl iltitioiial convention i ili lt natew init he elected int er election Those who - t.ill l.o e that electliiKcoii- i.Mhtinli delecate-i at the v . '( . ion in New YorU cltv will I'i iT-'iven and )letililicant 'i locil ticket and mix the Kiner.illy. mi to Maud with ti- in pre. i..- Irak fiom becomini; a law iir.-veiit tlie disruption of the :, wmt-ti' We are leailini; in . ! the tnie kind of a tlcht i i;e 'e.idinn tlt-.State and wo v.mt vou to stand with in tue of the lliemliers of the I'imittee of the I'roure-ive nil of the committer of lno !.e fumn moveinent in New meinlierr of your direct '"-.I 411 commute.1 What 'I' ni'Mi ny if in acceptum i e m your great campaign ji- you cry-tallize liy your ' is i'ill the -trenRth of fmn . .ui.-t the citi.en' move- rk city? - '. acid lest of your I! i .r--ent tli(;. as I heliee. ' I the oters of the State 1 1 i i.:ie di- iiproval of . -land now Tammativ tn otm-titution.il con .'if.. in etv.ihle that a new i 'i i' i mi., troin that conveti 1 r'l'Hi' :he approul of the ' "I- p 'it- " I'aiMiii't. representing the Cit 'i i'. . luri d Unit trom.i phvsiuil ' the lull, if sltieil. would iil'Tj'Ui', n tin' dite for ii is hut three weeks away, d out that the Secretary of 'I'd have !. than a week in notify the election oflicials . the Suite to Kct ready for "f the resi-tration lits. winch ! ii.' on Saturday, M.iv ;i, ac- 'he lull ' '' m. i.cU the hos svstem of iii'..t;i(.ns," s.ud Mr Uainmltt t'i.. wry iioiiuii.it inn system i t your utile lead.irshiii we ' ; .i citmpaiKn to eliminate 'lull convention delegates . lie selected m a year Wlltll ' ;..il .cc nous are li'lii I'ndrr : m. ,il eoiidiiions Mr. Murphy '.ip.i i he i (in-tiiutional con- .1 tll.imn'V of the Pemo- ,.ite woiiltl i nominated i v Mall and il up-St.itealiic. " I' .lit (ifiv Slllzer lead the i ... provision goM-rniii); tlie -' "f conventions to revi-.fi "ii-titiition. In the ordinary i '-ei,is a eontituiiomil con- "UU1 he lied in April, litis sis-, and .Mr. Jluimnitt pointed .1 the emotion of holdini; a ii was not submitted until a'ld the d"l iMttw selected oilier election next year 'tivention to revise the rtoiild l.n held in April, was what tho Progressive l at. lean platform meant in I. I'T an earlv constitutional it. 'hey asserted. f .er seemed to think that a i:-ilie l (institution inditvited .nies'io'i of holding an earlier ii' '.mil coi.ention should bo suh- ' a soecial election, but this a.s coinbatted by Mr. Hotcll- i' w,m suggested that briefs I ' '. Siilyer indicated that he ' them by Monday ut the POTTER ESTATE TO DAUGHTERS, lltil Mil in liriinililiiiiulilers rritni U'fililhiK I'frinln Mini, .Mrs Harriet Inter Potter, who was the widow of Tol, JatiicH Neilson potter ntnl who died ut Alx-lcH. Haines, Kratire. on .May 3, left u codicil to t,or will in which she gne Jl.SOtl a ear to each of her gramlchlltlri n, ntid salil "I flu hereby direct that If nnv of ntv s.iltl Kratiildaugliteis, Mien Viva .Mai got llug nell, Hope IVirothy llaKiiell or Irene Helen H.igtiell, should nnirry a sun of Mrs. AlUe H naves, now refltling with tlieni, that Itui , one so iloliig shall forfeit any share In mv I estate anil the principal stun held In trust i 'or my satil gtaii(lil.iimht( is by thu execu- .its a rii Iriisiei s." The petition accoiniianylnit the will Hates that Mrs. Itagtiell, mother of the gratulihuiKhters minieil, Ihi'.i In Norfolk. MfiKhltnt She gets an nnntllty of lii.Onil and a o,ih beipiest of lfi,(ltii. while the rei'lillinry estate gees to her three sisters, Henrietta Ncllxin I'olter, .Matgaiet Iten shaw I'otter and Catherine Alesan.ler iMIer I'otter The testatrix was a resident of I'.m, I'lance, at the time of her ilealh ami was "a i;ars old. HELD FOR SMUGGLING OPIUM. I'lslirr nlll to lime WurUeil Willi IIoIixiii, Killed Here In April. .lack l'lher arrhed l rum I'.iimm.i ic. terdiiy I the custody of federal iiiitlmrl tlcsaiid was arri.igned before t i.ltetl states I'oniml'sioiier Shields n'i a cli.irite or con spiring with others lo smuggle upturn Into tills otintrv Heptm Survevor Harris sav Hint the prl-oiier had been bringing opium to the I tilled States with l.eon llnb-on. a -tewaid on the r.itinmn llnrr Amoi', and lilward llolieti. who was lotind shot to dentil in Hie h.illnv at .'i IVist until street April i:. II IS I'Mie'ted I iler' te-tlllimiv Hill throw some light en his cntm. st'lm, .!.. n. Harris iiulitic- to the heller that n'i-,iii Wll "hot In tliember- (if Hie -o . .ille.l (ililiim lrilt ' for h.niug dlsolieved ir lers ntnl tried to -ell the driik: to lialepet dent dedlers I'l-her N i t'ie I'-aotis aw'iile.g tictloii of the I eder il fi i..d liir IPHIPPS TUBERCULOSIS ; INSTITUTE DEDICATED 'iiivei'.sii y of I'cmylviiia Con fers llonimiry Ki'm'ci' on I 111' I'olllllll'l'. l'lllUtt:i.l'lllA, May 10 The new-build-Ing of the Henry I'hlpps Institute, nt Seventh and Lombard tdrcets, which tepresnt a dcttnlte move to check tuberculosis, was dedicated tills after noon nnilf r the dlriethm of the l.'nl verslty of Pennsylvania. Simultaneously with th" dedicatory everclses, the t'nlverslty of I'eiiusyl. anla (onfertcd honorary degrees on Henry I'hlpps, donor of the $1,000,000 fund which math the Institute possible, and on lir. IMvvard U Trudeau, who founded the Adirondack e.ml'arluin for the treatment of lue'.pleiit consumption. The pllnclpul address at Hie deilloa. Hon was delivered by Or. Herman N. Illggs of New York. Provost IMgar 1". Smith of tho t.'iilvcrslty of Pcnnsyl atii.a ire.ilded. The Institute building Is not prima rily n hospital, although It has nccom modatloiiff for twenty-four patients. The chief work of Its stuff, aside from illspi nsary and hospital treatment of patients In various clnsslileatlons, will be soclologli.nl, educational and preven tive. Th ii building was designed bv i (IriMvenor Atterbuty of New York oily. The plan Is somewhat In the form of the luttf r "II," two main wings project nig toward the south 'Hid enclosing an jarcawny planted with shrubbery. Tho ballsing frim th s side has a rather , unusual appearance, bneaus each Ktnry aiio'e tie- s, cond !s set b.nU from the front snfllclently to nfford ii(le(ii,itp porch mitl deck room, so that light and air .s not cut otT by the porclii s fiom the story iibme. This side of tin building, when the window boxes are In place and vino growing over the numerous trclllsc.s, will have the appearance of hanging gardens The pntlents will spend all of their time in these open air pavilions both winter and summer. The east wing ti d voted to roenreh roomu and laboratories. The sociological work of th Insti tute consists .if investigating the rein tlunidilp of tuberculosis to garment making trades. Thin work Involves the eMimlnatlon of workers, Inspection of factoiies ami tnvestlg.itl in of living cond Hons of workers' homes, It also Includes the mtidv of housing conditions of people In i-evcral selected blocks, It also has been experimenting In a small court, where It lias Improved the sanitary conditions by supervising the patients In their living, Another department of the social ser vice atlenilK to the details of neelng thai patients ato distributed to the. various sanitariums, hospitals and re lief agencies. Tlie executive director of tho Insti tute Is Dr. Charles .1. lfatlleld: the di rector of the clinical nnd sociological departmcnlH, Dr. II, IL M. l.andls, and the director of the pathological depart ment, Dr. Paul A. Lewis. I lnl. Vrurn Mllehrl for Marnr. Kveti though John I'urroy Mltehcl will bo the Collector of the Port of New York the Cleveland Democratic Club of -1930 .Madison nvcnuu has derided to boot him for Mayor The members of thn organi zation think that Mr. .MltchePs record Is such at to proto that lie would make a good .Mayor They think that he wouldn't be open ot manipulation of In visible government. HORSE GAR LINES SOON TO GO. If S ti I m r Miens IIIH II Will He n Ml ileliieiilior lo II no Tlie in. If the Uovertior signs lie1 Slhersteln bill making It a misdemeanor to t un horse cars on the streets of New York otitv two lines will be atTii'ted, both operated by the New York ltallas Comp.ui One of these lines, the Metropolitan Cross town, will he ninile over Into a storage battery linn Immediately If thu Public Service Commission gives convent Tho orru car line lending to the Desbrosses street ferry will en Ik. tlie only ono In New York not operated b electricity and It has been reported that the company will maku the change ery soon. KESNER CREDITORS HOLD OFF. Illfl Xot Vrt Aroeiilofl nnd .lllrlsdlc llnti lloealloiieil, Jtldffe Mayer of Hie I'nlted State DiMrlft Court gave ntiother hearing yesterday on the luoiioscd hid for Hie assets of the ,1. I, hflier Idmp.iliv, div goods deimil mriii store at Sixth avenue and 'twenty icioimI -licet, mule bv the Tueiily-lhlrd street Store Coipoiallon, lor a price lo net ci editors .mi cents on the dollnr Cohort C M rrl, representing several iiihw pupei s, said that alter a .ireful In vestlgiitlon he was in lavor of arc opting thu hid lloHiird 'l.iylor, rriteeiiiing thn ll'erW, which has a judgment for 2".4rt.., w nn not t eady lo -ay w bet her or not he was willing to accept the niter lie nnd several other ucihlors ipic-lloiird the jurisdiction ol the com i . 1 1 1 ( I l? i .Miner allowed Mr Tavlor until M tun In v afternoon to siiy whether or not he would accept .lames N lloseiilierg, counsel for the reeelvet4, nsseriod that the court htisnmple Jiirisihcilon lo dispose of Hie assets Judge Mayer said llial the creditors i I i-t (lie best sisshe results ill (he lea. lime tie accepting the bid and It lie tliui II decided 'nit lo cntitlrtu the hid H.? res,.oiisliuy w iulil be upon the ohjei'tli.r i reibiors .r less than .10 cents was reaitrd bv them In wiiiihtit! ui the business bv ti leieixers He said he would ( oiildcr tho (liieslloti of Jurisdiction. 1 I .1 V. Hi I: ASKS FAY FOR DAUGHTERS' KEEP Ilnnl. 'I er oi i sue U'lft-'a Hatatr for I'lliemletl on Children, d Prnwn, a banker and f the late Marcus Daly and ' f Suproiiij Court Justice ' ' ot in tho Supremo Court ' ivovor $.i:,'J2l from the ' ' wife. Margaret Daly Drown. rt.re fortuno to her children, 'ah Urown, S yeara old, and "r. ll Hrown, 3. t.tf said that his two daugh ' i 'i expenditure of $18,0U0 a iit.uii them 111 the manner to li! entitled iy ,rt, ,! fflllt He ii .unit sued for out of his - - ipport his daugliters fiom '' I. lo Apnl 1 last. Iliown said 1 ' ti I'leonui Is barely fcufflcleiit ' li.itisclf EMINENT MEN ON DEBT LIST. " N ell Kiiimwi .Niiiura nn l)r ccnseil llelltlst'a lloilUn. r si.r tax nppmlsal of hafford ' ilei.tl-l who died at 13(1 Went ti'h street on Dim ember 22, lllll, ' .i.t i tie cstiitii has ihiiuis lor dental (in si many well known persons, i .'i i.M.rid iiii-JreJ names Includes ...A ni.. lieor.tn 4 llould, J3S; Hiiro. ' cdwit, Mm... .Sembrlch, lid; ' 's. l.edyiird, $7; Klbrldge T. C.erry, II Hearst, $7; Douglas Itobinson, ' 'i nd lleimont, fj AiionstiiH Saint I..' II Jlerry Wall. u, and An I Drexel, $x, The total umoutlt e dentist was JIU.7III, I'eirt et a total estate of 1117,111 il shares to Ills dnuehter Tlnrnlhi. itKei4,5oi4cCo FIFTH AVENUE. Cor. .Wth Street (Fourth Floor) FRENCH LINGERIE On Monday and Tuesday, May 12th and 13th Fine Hand-made Underwear may be purchased considerably below the prices at which such goods are usually sold. White Skirts A cn With or without ruffles From Niht Gowns A Z( With fine hand embroidery " Drawers " 4.50 Princess Slips q rv Fine hand embroidery " JJ Corset Covers 2.75 Chemises 1.00 Attention is dircrlcJ lo the new "Aitken Corset" which comfortably conforms the figure to meet the requirements of the present fashion. Infants' Long and Short Dresses and Skirts Hand made and trimmed with rial lnce 4.30, 5 75 Children's Linen and Gingham Dresses 4 to 12 years ptom 7.5Q Misses' Summer Dresses, Evening Gowns, Coats and Hats at Greatly Reduced Prices. Lane Bryant 25 West 38th St. LurgrM Manufacturing Retailers of Dresses. Suits, Coats, Waists FOR WOMKN AND MISSES Extensive showing this week ATTRACTIVE SUMMER STYLES at very moderate prices. Our models have a distinction of style entirely unlike ordi nary ready-to-wear garments, and this superior advantage: Every Garment Made to Measure, With Fittinps, or Altered Without the Least Addition to Given Prices. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MODELS IN LARGE SIZES MATERNITY ATTIRE for all occasions AT SPECIAL PRICES i L. P. Hollander & Co. WILL OFFER AT SPECIAL PRICES WOMEN'S Street Suits reduced to $35.00 Wool and Silk Coats reduced to 35.00 Linen Dresses special price 25.00 HatS reduced to 10.00. FIFTH AVE. at 46th St. STERN BROTHERS have arranged for To-morrow, Monday, a Very Important Clearance Sale of Women's, Misses' and Girls' Spring Apparel in the season's most desirable models and materials At Much Larger Reductions Than Heretofore Women's Tailored Suits, of Silk and Wool Fabrics, strictly tailored r rrrv anJ blouse styles, draped skirts, at 14.50, 2500 Formerly from $32.5) to 55.00 Women's Tailored Suits, Reproductions of' elaborate foreign models, in- eluding a number of combination silk garments, 3500, 47.50 Formerly from $65.00 to 125.00 Women's Dresses, for all occasions, of S: ges, Eponges, Checks, Tailored Silks and Cr pe de Chine, 1 1.50, 18.75 Formerly from $19.75 to ?2.50 Girls' Coats, Plain and Trimmed, Their entire stock, of every desirable material, lined and un'.ined, Misses' and Juniors' Suits, of Silk and Woo Eabrics, in plain and dressy models. at $14.50, 22.50 Formerly from $32.50 to 45.00 Misses' Dresses, of Eponge, Serges, Checks, Crepe dc Chine and other Silk Materials. at $10.50, 15.00 Former y from $19.75 to 32.0 Misses' Coats, for practical and dress wear, in short, three-quarter and full length models, at 512.75, 19.50 Formerly from $22.50 to 49.50 at $3.95 to 19.50 Formerly from $7.50 to 35.00. Women's Seasonable Coats and Wraps ro-morrow, at Specially Reduced Prices, a large collection of the newest styles ' at $13.75, 18.50, 25.00 Steamer, Motor and General Utility Coats, of Imported and Domestic Warmth without Weight Materials, with convertible collars, lined throughout and unlincd, Semi-Dress Wraps of Charmeuse and Brocaded Crepe, wo models, 'incd throughout, at 23.50 Women's House Gowns The following Unusual Values will also be offered To-morrow, Monday Imported House Gowns, of Albatross, three styles, Voile and Bat'ste collar and cuffs, hand mb udered and lace trimmed 8.00, 10.50 Lingerie House Gowns, of Dotted Swiss, Valenciennes lace and ribbon trimmed, Empire style, at 3.50, 6.50 Crepe de Chine House Gowns, i hadow lace trimmed, hand cm lo.icred and pan effects, Florentine Silk House Gowns, in a large variety of patterns and colorings, rimmed with plain satin, at $9.75, 12.50 at 5.00 STERN BROTHERS To-morrow, Monday, Specially Prepared Sales of the most desirable and seasonable class of Women's & Misses' Blouses & Waists! Plain and Fancy Dress Goods many of which are copies and adaptations of the latest Paris Models, j 3500 Yds Plain and Fancy Voiles Failles Included in the collection are ; Marquise'ttes an(1 Canvas famine's. Outing Waists, at $1.50, 1.85, 2.25 o! Madras or Linen, wuh leng or short sleeves. Former Prccs irom $1.50 to 2.25 Yard 2800 Yds. All Wool Serges, in cream, black and several shades of navy, Former Pi ice $1.25 Yard Unusually large Importations of French Handmade Lingerie ntroducing the newest Parisian ideas n Matinee Suits, Princess Slips, Two and Three Piece B idal Sets, and a large collection of separate garm nts, of Batiste, Linen, Nainsook, Chiffon and Crepe de Chine, tiimmcd with Real Valmcicnnes, Irish Crochet, Cluny and Fil t Laces, with a choice selection o Boudoir Sacques and Caps. Also for To-morrow, Decided Values in Chemises, of Nainsook, from 59c to 3.95 Drawers, " 41" " 98c " 3.45 Night Gowns, " " " $1.50 " 5.85 Combinations, " " " 2.25 " 6.25 Princess Slips' " " " 2.95 " 6.75 Corset Covers, " " " 85c " 3.50 Petticoats, 2.35 " 6.50 Upholstery Departments Monday, a Very Exceptional Offering of Deer Isle Couch Hammocks full size, of extra heavy Duck, in white, khaki and green and the latest improved construction, at J8.50 Actual Value $14.50 in this season's most fashionable colors, Former Prices from $2.50 to 3.75 Yard Lingerie Waists, at $1.95, 2.75, 3.50 of Voiles, Batistes or Tosca Crepe, trimmed with la es ani em-roideries. 6500 Yds. Silk and Wool Fancy Crepes, lEoliennes. Poolins and Grenadines. Wash bilk Waists, at $2.50, 2.95, 3.75 of Habutai Silk, in white or color: d stripes, with high stocks or low flat collars. Also Three Distinctive Styles Exact Copies of Imported Blouses of Fine Net, lined over flesh - , - - - colored Chiffon. Specially priced at .OU, 1U.OU, lii.OU at at 65C at 78C n.25 Also a large collection o' very desirable Dress Goods, in Skirt, Dress and Suit Lengths, At Less Than One-Halt Former Prices Imported and Domestic Parasols are being hown in exclusive severe and ornate models, of Chiffon and Bolting Cloth. Moire and Taffeta Silks, also distinctive styles in Mourning Parasols and a choice selection of Parasol Handles in the newest materials and designs. Unusual Values will be offered To-morrow, in Paias:ls of Plain Taffeta Silks with bracelet tass Is, Floral, Black and W. ice and NovJty Combinations, mported Silks in changeable effects, . . or, t rr Tuckeu Models of Tattcta Silk, at 1.00, Actual Values from $3.0 J to 7.50 Parasols of Taffeta Silk with ribbon insertions and borders, m xv novelty model, also Taffeta Silk with Bolting Cloth Borders, O.UO Actual Vaiues from 57.5J to 10.75 Women's and Children's Hosiery At Extremely Low Prices Women's Black Cotton Hose, libht weight, made of toft Egyptian yam, with double tops, soles and heels, Value 35c Pair, Women's Lisle Hose, light or medium weight, in black, white and tan, with very serviceable soles and heels, Value 50c Pai- Women's Silk Hose, in black, white and tan wit.i deep lisle tops, soles tnd heels, Value 65c Pair. Women's Silk Hose, in black and tan, with double lisle tops and so.es, Values $1.0 Pair, Women's Silk Hose, iridescent tho:, in new and desirable color combinations, boot effect, Value $5.00 Pair, Children's Socks, The 1st it Imported Novelties in striped and fancy top effects, also plain black, white and tan, Six Pairs for at at at -at 23c 32c 38c 55c 2.95 1.10 West Twenty-third and West Twenty-second Streets i, 'f j it 51 hell and Marjory Perry.