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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913.
SCHOOL BOARD FILLS
VACANCIES WITH MEN
Women Cnndidntos Oct StMliiick
in Their Drmtimls for
IXIHCATKS niTl'RK POLICY
lr. Wile Dpolares There Whs
No IHscriminiif ion be
Womrn iMnilldatos for the- lilKhcr po
ltlmi on llir sunTvlnory Matt of tlip
public filiool ny.ti'tn Rut a rtlii'1t at
.vrfttcnJ.iy'.i rurotltiK nf the Itoarrl of I'M
iiciillnn. r'otir Imixirtiint viicinc'Ir-H crr
llllrcl. iiml Mini pot all the Joh.
Thr term of Thomas S. o'Urlcn, nn
at.iool.itr itiporlntcn(lcnt, expires on
June 3C- The Job pays JC'iOO and the
term I ri jivirx. Mr Gr.irp ( Stra
chan openly avowed her atnhltlnn for
promotion, and the women principal?
and leacliM-.t backed her.
In addition, there were two Jo.OOr) job
to be tilled. The.-" were the principal
xhlp of a new high cehool to be orjun
l.ed In The llrotiN and a new hlirh aehmil
for slrl.x In Manhattan.
. position that was looked upon as
peculiarly belonclnc to a woman mm the
llitrUl fiipetlntondency once tilled with
nitii.li credit hy Minx Julia Itlchmati, who
died In Paris'. After her death a year
aio .lohn P. County wan elected to till
the unexpired term.
Matt! Womrn Present.
TVhn the ineetlnp opened yesterday
there wa? a larpe audience of women In
the rear of the hall and In the nailery.
Secretary Palmer read a letter from the
Interboroiich Association of Women
Teacher?. .t$klnc eiinal consideration for
women and men for the vacancies'.
There was a telefiram from Kdella Pot
ter. sMTotary of the Woman Siiffr.ine
Part Study Club, ursine a woman lor
prlnilp.il of the news girls.' lilsli school.
Tlit-M- communications were received In
Heme, t programme had been de
cided upon by a majority of themembeis
and titer.' was manifest anxiety to hae
the matter over with.
I'Vank Wllsry said he nominated Will
iam I.ttlnser. a district superintendent,
to Micceed Thomas S. n'lirlrn as asso
lien, Wlnc.itp moved that the secre
tary he instructed to cast one ballot for
Mr. I'.ttlityer. and there was no objec
tion. Not a voice was raised to put
Mls-n Sti.uli.in or any other woman in
I'naard On ll ('aiirllrlntrK.
Dr. Ii.i Wile called In tpiestlott the
accuracy of tli stalentetiis made by the
lllteiborol;-li As.-oclatloti of Women
Teachers. Dial the women candidates
had been passed over without pioper
"Theie were tlvo women canilidale.M
for llio high school prliiclpalslupx and
we sae them unusual consideration."
he said. "In fact we pased on their
ti:illllcHtloii. early so that they need
not lej l.ept out In the evenlns. We
were aettrmined to she Justice to all."
.bum 'P. I'onroy was nominated to till
the .-.a year term as district super
iiiienrie.it. Another luillm by the secre
tary w.. tUlclly oidetctl anil Contoy
got the ;oi
(lillfit S. Hlakely, first a-sistant in
l.nslls'i .a the Morris Midi School, was
noniln.ited for the prlnelpalship of the
n.'W li'-li si'hool in TIip Hronx, anil
Arthli' M. Wolfson, llrst assistant In
Instill, in the l)e Witt Clinton Illcli
Scho.tl for Hoys, was iiomiuatcil for
the pnnoip.ilship of the new Manhattan
llli.ii Sc I fur (litis. Or. Wile
moved that the nominations bp cun
tltnie.i, s.iyllii; that the women's quali
fications li.ul been passed on.
Mia. I ranter llrmanrii A nanrr,
Mrs. l-lia Kramer asked if the quali
fications of the women as passer! upon
were tlii- cuttic as those of the men
"I should hope so," said Dr. Wile.
"Hut that does not answer tny ques
tion," went on Mrs. Kramer.
"Io .sou refer to married teachers'.'"
asked Thomas W. Churchill, the chair
man. ".No, I do not. I want to know If
the women candfdates had as Just an
examination ns the men'.'" Mrs. Kramer
Dr. Wile said th" men candidates
showed superior qualification-.
A viva voce vole was taken and there
were none hut aes for the men.
It was said that yesterday's vntlns
was only an Indication of what was
KoitiK to happen to women In the
Mchools. Theie are two more vacancies
among the district superintendents.
Hath Stewart died some months iiRn
ami Alfred T, Seliauffler'H term expires
June .'10. Ajikiiik: the candidates for
these places arc six women principals.
The vacancies will Ihj filled Ht tho
JOSTLED. HE STABS TWO MEN.
MnlrKf I e Sharpened File When
I hernial Hnmpa Aanlnal Hint.
As .Michael nihhons, a chemist, 2fi
years old, of US Nassau avenue, Will
iamsburg, was leaMng his home yester
day he accidentally bumped against Jacob
Molege of JOT. Sisholes street, He apolo
gized. Molujce, enraged, stubbed millions
twice In the abdomen with a file which
had been sharpened to a needle point.
Michael Foley, an Ironworker of 1!IH
Kingsl.iiiil avenue, who attempted to aid
UHilnms, was stabbed In the left side
beneath the heart.
Molege tlien fled, but was overtaken at
Meeker and Klngsland avenues. Ills cap
tors wero lioatlnc him when Policeman
Kllsworth of the (Jreenpolnt avenue sta
tion arrived and placed him under ar
last. PRISON FOR FATHER-IN-LAW.
Vent Trick Letter tn Help Daughter
In Divorce Salt.
Samuel Delude of 727 Columhiia avenue
was sentenced hy Judge Hum! In the United
Mate District Court yesterday to two years
In the I'ederal penitentiary at Atlanta for
making fhliechnrgesagnltist his son-in-law,
Dr. Joaeph tipmann of 317 East Fiftieth
While Dr. MfimannwMiiultighlRwIfe.MrB.
Laafa JJelueic l.ipmann, for a divorce her
ratlier found un old envelope addressed by
i he doctor to his fo unci enclosed in It an
indecent letter, Thl ho turned over to
i!.1ny fnmatoak. Tho latter had Dr
SCHOOL BUILDINGS TIED UP.
I.rnnllr Worker' Slrtki Alan M
feet Hi-nuil Crntrnl.
The Reneral stiiko of granite cut
teis tlitoiiKlioiit the city for an Increase
m waxes from SI. .In to $.1 a day has
afTected two public si'hool hillbillies III
May KidRe mid M'Vcr.il In .Maiili.ittan.
The strike leader reirted last evciilliR
that among other buildings Itnohed were
the ill. mil Central .Station, a large public
building at Howard and Lafayette streets,
Columbia College, the Atlantic Trilt Com
pany's building and buildings hi the Wall
1 Street district.
James J. Sweeney, business agent of
the union, said the strike had for a short
time tied up the erection of granite work
at Itellevue Hospital, but that tho con
tractor hnd made a settliment by grant
ing the advance.
He said tho strike would be extended
tn the quarries In .Maine If the employers
whose contracts are held up by the atrlke
have their work done In these quarries
while the strike Is in pi ogress.
The Manufacturers and Healers Assn.
elation of New Vork city held a meeting
yesterday at U" Hast Twenty-third street
and affirmed Its decision to fight the
strike. Another iiu-etlifg will be held on
Will forged, says
Areliie Rutler Declares Pajici'
Was Not Mnilc Till After
Heel np's Death.
Atchic Miit lor. manager of the type
writer supplies department of the Hem
Ingtun Typewriter Coiiipany, 32"
llroadway, niaih an .ltlldavlt cstcrday
that the firm had not used before l!ob
u certain watermark appearing In a
paper nn which was written an alleged
will dated Ihjs. As a result nf this
nflldavlt there may be Indictments for
forgery In Shelby county. Tennessee,
and Uruce (Jarrctt, K'lictlclary to
the extent of Jl'.'.o.oihi under the alleged
will, may lose his Intcte.-t iu It.
The will Is a typewritten document
ono page long and bears three slgu.i
turcs. one of them supposed to be that
of Mrs. Caroline Cloth, the testator,
and tho two others those of the wit
ncsses, one of whom Is dead.
When Mts. Cloth was found dead
neighbors learned that she had saved
the Income of the $L'fMi.0tt0 her liu-dund
had left her until .she had almost $1,
onn.iio'l In bonds hidden in the clothes
presses of her home.
The State of Tennessee would have
cot the money fur scho.il purposes
under the law, but relatives. Dr. John
Shaller and Ills slter. and cousins In
LSawirla. were found.
Then liruee (i.irrett found the al
leged will In an old trunk In an attic
on his father's farm, which had been
sold, lie said that Mrs. Cloth had
taken a criat liking to him In childhood
and bad promNeil tn leme hhn some
lllollev. 'Ihe heirs be..et the Will to
b a real one and wltlnliew' a conies-t
the hilll liegilll for the et;ite.
Miles C. Hiickliighaui, business agent
for Ml" Cloth, belli the paper to tie
light lie miu that It whm water
marked "W S, & It. Uesent, mail.' In
I . S A' lie learned that this paper
had t een made b Wyckotf, Seam.ini
Benedict and that the company had urn
made paper with this watermark In
Kefore Ipnn the company had made
paper watrrmarkr d "Itegent I.lnen, W
S. A- I!" Mr. Itiicklngham sent Caruth
ers Kwing. his attornev, and Caul C
Kvans, an attorney of Memphis, North
to find out nunc. Mr. Kvvlng ami Mr.
lUans sliowfi) the will to Mr Itutler.
and he readily made affidavit that hi
company had rreMereil the nanu
"Itegent" for watermark purpose!), that
no other company ever had had thr
right since s;i. that hW company had
not made any paper watermatkeil HKe
that on which the will was written be
fore 1 poo.
QUOTES SCHROEDER AT TRIAL.
Wltneaa Telia Whin i:iIKlnrrr nli
at Time of the U'rri'k,
Itor.M.i.t.. , June n Hip irmi (,l
William Sehroeiler, the former haekawanna
rt.illroml engineer, who i i barged wjih
inan-Uiigliier tor . au-lng ilie ir;iin wreek
at ( oniingl.i-i July, had no sinking feature
Tlinoihy J. Iliirtneif, road foreuian nf
engines at ljmiru, t.-iilled lo the testing Cif
engineers' wall hesatid i oiut.irNonsiir their
tinii'iieee. with tho-enf thei iindiietors
William I! Laird of llronkhn. father nf
Mis Miihel Laird, who n.i killeil in Hie
meek, said he win a inim Jump from the
onriishlug Ham Just lulore the crash. Inn
dul lira Koine u hn it was
Mieliael Seltudoeii, a iassincer nn the
w locked train, testified thai he had seen a
man jump Imin l.nglnoer Sehroeiirr's t ruin
l lau'iiian Michael li'l'ounor sanl he had
seen Flagman l,atne gnlnir b;n k after the
freight Irani wit- stalhsi iiml lhal the g
man had a green fuse jn his hand lie said
hejlieard l.nglneer Sehroeiler ur thai he
did nm see a ihlng until he nnileeif the tear
end nf train So It Hie stalled iasseni.,.r
train, around the cuive ilun-Hy aheuil nf
.several witnesses testlfleil that the morn
ing when ihe accident oceiirred was gray
EX-SENATOR IN BELLEVUE.
Sent t Alcoholic Ward When All
Ilia Moner l (innr,
William f. Illndle, m years old, who said
he formerly was a Slate Senator In I'entii
Vhanln, was sent lo the ahnholie ard
or llellevtie llo-iia yesh-rilay alter he
had been arraigned iu the Tombs police
court on a charge of disorderly inndtici
He was arrested two days ago by Poliep.
man Mark Dunn of the lircenuich Rir,.,.
station, who sahl he found llindle intoii.
cuieil at pey anil Waslilngton streets.
, .'A'! elderly iinsoner said he was a lawyer
in lli'llefrinte, Pa., and came here on business
two weeks ago. He had no money lo.ro
turn, though he had made a good deal by
his transaction here. He di not know
what had become nf It,
ACCUSED OF POSTAL THEFTS.
la Paring Alimony and Supportlntf
a Wife on I ,,'1(10 Year,
Frederick C Slmherlund, assistant super
intendent of Ilraneh I'ost Office A, at Orecne
and Prince streets, was arrested yesterday
following an Investigation of the os of
letters containing several thousand dollars,
Slmherhind, who gets fi.nno a your, Is pay
lug alimony to his first wife and supporting
a second, lie was sent to the Tombs in
detaiilt. of 2.r.Mi ball by I'nlted States
A decoy letter sent through (he station
contained four mat Hod If hills und a 1.1
certltlcnlo which weie found on simber
lund when he was arrested.
Woodruff lluay I'rnsireaalve.
Timothy I,. Woodruff sent yesterday
to the Hoard of Klectlons an enrolment
blank with his cross mark In the circle
under the I'rogresnlvo purty emblem. Ho
has arranged for a Progressive flag rals
Ing at tho Montaguo utreet headquarters
to. morrow afternoon and Is planning an
outing at Coney Island for tho Kings
county Progressives on July 12, the party's
WHITMAN NIPS BRIBE
FOR BECKER WITNESS
I'rosei'iitor Hears Rumor anil
Quickly Clet Cooperation
ItOTII SIDKS AHK S1LKXT
Neither Will Discuss Alleged
Plot to Get Man Out of
District Attorney Whitman nipped an
attempt yesterday to bribe a State's
witness in the Meeker case. Word
reached him that u man whose testi
mony was of great Importunce In the
trial of tlip former police lieutenant,
parth ul.irly In Identifying the gunmen,
had received an offer of a largo titm of
money to leave Ihe State, or to modify
his testimony In cise of another triul
or If he should be called In the event
that Justice (luff held a hearing on tno
motion for a new trial now before him.
Mr. Whitman sent for Joseph A.
Shay, counsel fur Meeker, and for John
liecker. brother of Charles Docker. They
were with the District Attorney for nearly
two hours, It was said that both John
HeokiY and Lawyer Shay offered coop
eration In Mr. Whitmans efforts to
get to the alleged bribe offerer and It
was stated that whatever plans have
been made to get witnesses out of tho
State had been effectually blocked by
the District Attorney.
Neither Mile Will Talk.
Neither District Attorney Whitman
nor Mr. Shay would discuss what had
been said at the conference. Mr, Shay
remarked that they might have been
talking about a Milt that comcx up
to-day In the Supreme Court. That
case Is the suit of Mrs. Carter against
Meeker for damages for the killing of
her husband In a raid by the "strong
arm" squad when Meeker was In con
The only matter before tho courts at
the present time In relation to tho Mo.
setnlial murder cawo is tho appeal for
a new trial on the ground of newly
discovered evidence, which has been put
before Justice fluff.
Some time ago It was reported that
two men who testltbil r,.r tho State
in the Meeker trial had received an offer
of Jin.iinn each to leave tho country and
Assistant District Attorney Miws Itiadr
an Investigation. Mr Jrn said yes.
tenlay that he mold not discuss the'sit
uallon. lie explained that he had been
busy with the people's side of tho
Meeker case and prohnhly would be for
some time tn coni".
Aalor llnaar Carpet .n.
the Axtnmster hall aud iair carpels
of the old Wnr Mouse i hanged hands
yostordav. souiforod in
all --oris nf feel lo tread I ho nil punt
iiiks "I'ljiass om ,,,, M, , inlay and the fl.
Hues of the billiard renins on Inesilav
If on buy Dros
Goods at "aiiot her
More, and Groceries
at Mac 'n the Dre
Goods " will be
delivered before the
Grocene-i bought at
But if you buy
Dress Goods at
another store, and
Dress Goods at
Macy's, the goods
from Macy's will
be delivered as
quickly, or more
quickly, than from
the other store.
The .same kind of
merchandise will be
delivered in the
same time by Macy's
ns by any other
In other words,
at the best of
the other stores
you get prompt
At Macy's you
MUUHMtM .sMKUimi MW MXX
HIGH IN THE BACKEND
CI..tt.P TC.Um ..Maftm
Mm m Vaaam Herald Snuare
Best Japanese mat
ting cane bound and
very neatly made.
Larger sizes have
trays and sub-divisions.
Some are in
couch or seat form
They are priced
according to sizes
which are from 27x15
xl4 finches at $1.69,
to 44HX21X17 inches
"Under the Bed"
For use where room
. . i c?:.. . , ,
i precious, oun .m 2
to 46X23X9 ;
erv superior steel and m.ille.-inte iron construction
makes" it verv stronc and durable. The .ur exhaust is
etremel powerful in proportion to the case with which
the cleaner is operated. I he cleaner is ecinppe1 with
three kinds of nozzles-observation
er light .md strong.
Sizes quoted give lull
IK iik lies , ,t.t inches 32c
J I inches .5.5 inches 37c
Jt inches .57 inches 39c
.50 inches 37 niches 49c
,5(i indies -.5 indies 59c
Black wire cloth, per
running foot. 4c to Sc.
and 9 feet
lairmrnt ;iam sirrri, .
j s i r o
Made of tough
prairie grass from
isconsin and Min
nesota. The most
durable and most
practical of all Sum
mer floor coverings.
27 in.x54 in. 62c
30 in.x6() in. 76c
9 ft .x 12 ft. $6.89
Other sizes at pro
ranging from 18 in. x
3t in. at 28c. to 12 ft.
x 15 ft. at SI 2.89.
riinrth M.. Ilri..nl,i.
"Peerless" Ice Cream Freezers
'I lireejiuinute freezers, constructed on the fingle
motion principle, lia-ily operated, and freezes ver
rapidly and snioothl. All gearing enclosed. Macys
prices are "Lowest-in-the-City."
One-quart size, $1.41 I Three-quart si;e, $1.91
Two-quart size. $1.66. Four-quart size, $2.31
Larger sizes, up to U-quart, which is priced $7.46.
The most inexpensive
and sanitary earthen
ware coolers made.
4 ft. X 8
REQUISITES for the
Oil Cooking Stoves, $6.24
One-burner Kerosene Stoves, clean, odorless, power
ful and economical. Styles and sizes up to $17.91
Alcohol Stoves, 49c
Collapsible, lilted with pan holding! pint of water.
Larger sizes up to $3.78.
R. H. Macy A Co.'a Attractlona Are Their Low Prices.
$3.50 White Enamel
Iron BEDS, $1.89
Brass trimmed posts 7-8 in. thick, filler rods
five-sixteenths in. thick, and brass vase orna
ments, u 4' in. thick.
The Height of the Beds at the foot is 41 inches,
and at the head 49 indies.
U Sf iT i ; t
heat, is hard
It will not
r e a d i 1
c li i p. scale
or c r a c k,
and is easily
without fear oNts becoming soft or discolored.
The She is ft. n size which is especially desimblc for
those who ;ire fittinp tip the Camp, the Htmtins Lodge, the
Bungalow, or the Seashore Cottage.
I Inrr qu.illtlra In rtork up to J10.N.
$3.50 Soft-Top MattretMs, $1.74
Stu 3 ft to match the Bed. Finely stitched and cov
ered with a good grade of A. C. A. ticking.
$2.25 Woven Wire Springs. $1.67
Site 3 ft. -U match the Bed. Strongly reinforced with
01 sieci. uth
Large enough to cook meat and vegetables for two at
one time. The larger sizes priced up to $24.89 roat.
bake and boil at the same time and require no attention
while foods arc cooking. Fine for camp and countr tiso.
glass ana pit.wic nose
Tpical alues from one of the many
of Macv's much improved and enlarged
oi sporting uotxia on me riiui
$7.50 Swings, at
n g i
with well-bolted frame and exceptionally wide
seats. Can be had in red and natural" finish.
Awning;, $1.74 extra.
Macy's $6.74 "Elberon" Lawn Swings, $5.94
Four passenger. 8 ft. high. m;fde of hard wood.
Well halted and of unusually strong construc
tion. Hnished in red and natural.
$14.75 Gliding Settees, $13.29
Complete teilh aicning. Finished rti sireen. and
seats adjustable at any angle. Rockers of
tempered steel, that roll silently on the hardwood
CROQUET SETS at Macy Savings
A complete assortment ranging in price from a
child's set at 8c up to a complete professional
stvle tournament outfit at 524.75. The following
item illustrates vour saving:
$3.75 Croquet Sets at $2.97
Eight-ball sets. Mallets with professional
handles. Fancy beaded stakes. Mallets
balls of selected sugar maple. Meav
and wood sockets tor them.
Decorated Austrian Chm.i m pretty new shnpos, In
each set 1.5 pieces, including 1J saucers or plates, and
a large platter.
With pink decoration. $1.97
Oreen and gold decoration, $3.49
Pink decoration, $4.87
, I'ink and gold. $6.89
44 xr O
cviacy s worm oiar
Refrigerators $11.11 '492.84
The most economical of Hefngcrators-the ice chamber,
lined with galvanized steel, cannot leak; improved ice tank,
removable beam trough, galvanized shelves.
Seven walls protect the ice; insulation and air circula
penect. Ilantmrot. .IMhSt..
Bamboo (Outside Bark)
Quarter-inch slat. Half-inch flat.
Mlrr, (irffn. Natural. I Hire, (irrrn. Natural.
ft. 74C 61cU ft. X 8 ft. 1.18
S ft. X H ft. 79C 74c 5 ft. X 8 ft. $1.34 89C
( ft. X H ft. 94C 89c 6 ft. X 8 ft. $1.59 $1.18
7 ft. . V 8 ft. 99C 99C 7 ft, X 8 ft. $1.89 $1.39
I.argersizcs,as8ft.,10 ft. and U' ft. wide. at proportionate
Ko.rth IM .IMh HI..
Portable Ovens, 91c
Covered with asbestos, roast and bake perfectly.
Can lie used either with gas or oil stoves. Various mod
els and sizes, ranging in price up to $3.46.
Electric Irons, $2.97
Three-ixnind sie, of excellent construction. Larger
SUTStip to ftlb. at $3.47. Ilawmmt. Ontr..
Choice of seven
sizes from 32'xl6x
16 at $7.49, to 48.
22J4X20J4' inches at
$26.49, all in different
Prices range from
$7.49, $8.89, $10.49,
$12.49, $14.89, $26.49
"Under the Bed"
Great room savers.
There are two sizes as
follows: 46x20x9!4' at
$8.69, to 46X23X9" 4
inches at $9.74.
i' i n I p
Foorth ri,. Hrar. Mtti St.
Ilj'.cinrnt. ,14th St.
er trong hirduiK)d
lrani-, with the best
copper wire .c recti inc.
ie l. $3.89
Size ., $4.89
Sie .5. $5.89
Size 4. $7.49
Size 5. $11.24
Same sizes, with black
wire. $3.24 to $10.82.
REACH AND LAWN
Cnmitl I U Inurlh
drCUIALLf a ;... -J
M.id oi hc.i,v twill,
duck or awning stripes on
strong, durable trame.
Beach I'mbrellas. $1.69
and $1.98, in red, green
or tan solid color twill.
Beach I'mbrellas. $2.49,
duplex colors, tan outside
ami green lining, or
striped nil and white,
green and white,
$10.49, with ground
sockets and adjustable
shifting litures. !ed
and white and tan ami
Appliquod. I ,-iwn l.'m
brelf.is, $29.75, $32.75,
$34.75 and $39150; Our
own importation from
Austria. Gay ami beauti
Ked bordered elfect, I:.B9
Ita.rnifnl. .14th St.
coolers with filter com
bined. Hygienic and con
structed of glazed gray
llairinrnt. .14 th Ml.
A skeleton couldn't disguise
himself in one of our half
But a man can keep cool
in one in Summer.
Made of thin, cool fabrics,
with no lining in the back of
Blue serge that doesn't
That's because we use only
all-wool serge that's rigidly
With an extra pair of flan
nel trousers, it's as good as
Norfolks are at home in
town and country.
Their comfort has made
them increasingly popular.
Made of real Irish Donegals
and Scotch homespuns.
Men's suits, $18 to $48.
Rogers Peet Company
Three Broadway Storei
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
lies. V. S. Pm u!t
Tin- SCiliiM'n nonl humm'r-wdrht tv
menu r a luxur) for liot wruthrr. Ihe r.aml
l.lr.'n brlnr drill loudly cool, hvlne thr hl:l"l
h.crhlni and rxaroratlni: ruo'r of !! Vnot
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