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THE 'SUN, SUNDAY, ' NOVEMBER 9, ' 191:3.
POLICE GOT MANY BASEBALL TICKETS Soirn; World's Series Sets Found Afterward In Hands of Speculators. NO OHAND JUHY INQUIRY iHsfrict Attorney Plans Now Ordinance to Prevent Scalping. nf the proprietor of the performance or exhibition mid the price charged by the proprletois. It also provides that the per son sellln the tickets shall have the writ ten authority of the proprietors of the performance or, exhibition, which author ity must be displayed nt the time of the sale. Mr. Whitman Is of the opinion that this wjll -slop the unlawful sale of amusement tickets. Mr. Whitman In the report says that there Is no evidence that the New York Haseball Club wanted the tickets to get Into the hands of the speculators and that on the oontrary the management did everything It could to prevent It. TO SIFT VOTE FRAUD CHARGES. Indue- Deputy I'ollce Commissioners McKay nd Dougherty. Inspectors Titus and Daly and Capts. Day, Kreuseher and Cray; Wlnfleld It. Sheehan. secretary to Com- disregarded mlsslont r Waldo; Alderman John J, White, In the name of the Hoard of Alder men, with a number of minor police and city olllel.ils, uio among the favored pet sons who were foitunatc In the dWtillnt tlnn of tickets for the recent world's base, ball seMcs at the I'olo Grounds, according to u report made public by District At torney Whitman yesterday. Itcisnlskr ' tn Hear Applies tloim for Warrnnts. Judge llosalsky In Oetieral Sessions will sit to-morrow as it Magistrate to hear nppl'cullons by Assistant District Attor ney IluLIn fur warrants for violations of the election law. Since election the lion et llallot Association has turned over to the District Attorney it mass or com plaints which Indicate that tho law was In many polling places The watchers of the association claim they were refused permission to go be hind the ralllngfthnt they were not al-. lowest to Inspect the ballot boxes and satisfy themselves that they were empty before the voting began; that in :ine election district the Inspectors refuse,; to compare the signatures of voters whose I right to vote was challenged nnd that I some were guilty of unfolding ballot how they were marked. No Urand Jury Investigation will bo had j to se of the subject, but .Mr. Whitman has funned an ciidljuinco that If passed ho thinks will correct tho abuses complained of by the public. A large number of ticket weie got by sprilil.itois, but only time sets that went to Capt. Kteuscher weiu traced to a ticket agency. A bo bought by James K. liaff- ncy of the lioslon club was sold by hlni to isidoio Mebriuch and lain-sold i. t Will (iiir Four mill Make (SO .... ... a, l.fiil t.t . a .1 ' ' specula ur lit IOC l,lll,'.-. IUI. IVI ,ni'V. I The box ottleo price was $7."i. Tin1 gieatesi sieeulatlon was In S3 seat, ntiil of til, so betw,en 35u and ISO sets weir sold by the irgulur ticket agencies ml spcculutort. It Is said that members ot tile Doligheity Mllltaiy Police, lilted by 1ayt.,.v, Ohio, Nov. S. The new the eluU to preserve order at the grounds, Wright neroboat which was announce 1 l-c-lvvd a dollar uplece to pass fans lim time ago and which has' been eagcrlv through tho catu and seat them In the j ,.pectcd by the uilullon world made Its In-.icnt rs. One witness so passed paid $2 rh,,t up.enianco recentlv on the Miami for a seat that had been held by n boy. ! Itlver etar Dayton. I'tider the expert 1 liiin.ltf ,.f lie-Ill'.. V-rlrl.t u I,.. 1.... I Poller Til Urn Care- Of. I .,.. .. . ' '?..,' . From ("apt. Dav's ullotme.t of 100 Heti NEW WRIGHT AEROBOAT SHOWS GREAT ADVANCE Miles an Hour With Only (!0 Hor'-Powcr. ot scats, nieanltiK 300 $3 scats, all paid i.r, inspector Titus receiv.il six Mis, iniin-r Insjiector llayis ten sets, Mr Clark of the Fifth Dlstilct Coutt ten sots, i , (J Nell nine sets, tm.ptct.ii Daly sl sets and Deputy Commlssiouei McKay two (.if the 3C5 seats given to Harry M Stevens, the caterer at the giouuds, he. gave away a largo majority to grocery in mis, filends and udverllsers. I.dward J. aiennon, who at one tlmo was former t m'i lovoi s right hand man, got leu lets. Capt. Kicuseher got fifty sets and thlrtv were traced to saloonkecpeis. Three tat went to McHndcs agenc. Cnailea II. Lbbtts got S00 tickets. He gae elglltv live sets to a Hrookl.vu newspaper and gave away 170 to his friends. Deputy Hying the craft, It showed higher eltlclenci and stability than has previously been at Ulnul with this type of craft. With onlj a i'O horsepower engine th aeroboat demonstrated its ability to lift three or four persons and showed a speed of very nearlv sixty miles an hour. In :.mnerou Mights up and down the river, both In winds and calm, the new aeroboat surprlsid spectatois by the ease wIMi which It roe from the water In a run of only a few hundred feet. The hull of the new ci.tft Is made of Ttw.tnt .ifwl I'l.Mtiiltw tltff eliclti.. ;,,.l h.vi for th- passengers. Contrary to forme-! practice, the engine Is placed low and th" seats high, both being much better pr i tected ft oui spray and waves In this man ner. To lift two pe -ons at a -peed of about ity nilN 8 hii hour It has I u necessary during the past season to iquip then boa! 0. 5644648 FIFTH AVENUE P 46th & 47th STS. ' Special Selling Events Latest models, made from reserve stocks of finest imported materials, offering unusual values in exquisite apparel. Wraps-$75, $95, $125, $145 In newest pastel shades, Fur-trimmed. Usually $95 to $275 Handsome Evening Gowns fs95&$ 1 25 Decollete styles, round lengths or en train. Usually $125 to $175 Dinner and Dancing Dresses $65, $75 Usually $85 to $100 - -Jeweled or beaded effects. Decided Reductions on Imported Model Gown Fur-trimmed Suits-$58, f65 & $75 Usually $68 to $125 Three-piece Suit; unualtu f9.t to SI 25 $75. . Horse Show Millinery New Importations in Exclusive Dress Hats, designed especially for the Horse-show and other social functions. Exquisite styles in gold and silver lace $30, $35, $40. Sired & Semi-Dress Hats-$I8 & $25 Motor Hats, $15 Important Selling Events in Fur Coats, Fur Sets, Muffs and Scarfs 27 CONTRACTORS FED 1912 CAMPAIGN FUND Gunther Furs Superior in Quality and Workmanship iniit of the aeroboat by the new Wrlplit type In that the power required to in coniplish the s.imo result Is practically h.ihed This Is due entirely to arlous noel featuies In the design and construc tion of the boat hull and the aeroplane wings. A convenient starting crank Is fitted back of the seat, and the craft Mown by Mr. Wright, equipped with anchor, whistle, lights and other paraphernalia, shows th -tendency In these craft morvi und more to approach standard boat lines. Kxpert predict that next season aerolioats will gain tremendous popularity and that . new sport has been founded which will greatly awaken Interest In aviation throughout the country. PROGRESSIVE LEADERS MEET. Commissioner Dougherty secuud eighty- like tllng machines with engines of -il three Mts and gave his associate, Depute' ' ni.: ,in lioise-power, and a i-onslderabl klcKay. eighteen sets, and tlxed up Chief, uihanee has bei n attaint d In the develon of Pi.llce tjulgley or IlOCllesler Willi thlll sets. Winnie Sheehan managed tn get twenty-six sets and Capt. Cray four. s. t. The National Commission sent large num. oeis througn the wuti. some wvie eon sent to Chile. other persons who succeeded In get. ting large blocks are J. II. ToiiJe, Colon ial Hotel, twenty-live sets and two boxes: Tonjes's partner. Colonial Hotel, nineteen Beta ; Clreenrooni Club, thirty live sets : Joseph F. IVendergast, First Deputy City "Clerk, eight sets; J. J. White, for Hoard of Aldermen, fifty sets ; Doonan & Wrenn, Hotel Hrad.lock, twenty sets ; James I ester, for the New York Fire Department, got twenty-live sets of the 2 tickets, sold before the games, from the oltn.e of the club, and Alderman White got thirteen at this prloe. Mmiy Vllne',r llmrd. Deputy Assistant District Attorney Leslie J. I.ockhart txamlned a l.itge num ber of witnesses. Among those called weie T. J. Lynch, president of the Na tional League: I'. J. Fallon, piesldeut Tjson A Co.; William and John MclSrlde of McHrlde's Ticket Agency; Jhiiim K. (laffney, president of the Hojton base ball club. Capt. Day, Capt. Kreuseher, Harry M Hempstead, piesldeut Near York baseball i lub , .1. Tonjes. hotel pro. nrletoi Charles H. Kblats, Jr., Brook lyn baseliall club. Commissioner Dough erty, Isldor mid living Mehrbach. who bought a box from (JafTney. A number of ticket speculators, ticket sellers mid private detectives were also heard. Continuing, the repoi reads; "Very few of the boxes reacted the hands of speculators. One box delivered on Oc tober 6 to James IC. Caffuey and byblm Hold to Isldor Mohrbach of Fiss, Doerr & Carroll, at box ntlice price of and by him transferred ut tho saint price to Irving Mehrbach of 37 Liberty Btreet, within it half hour after the last named received was sold at the Lambs Club by Leo Newman, n speculator, for $300. "Most of the speculation was In $3 seats, and of these between 350 and 450 ats were sold according to the state ments made by Tjson & Co. McUrlde, Leo Newman, Mori Is Hlau and other ticket agencies and speculators. The tickets sold by the speculators were in most cases bought by them lu small lota over the counter. fJot Them for Strnnger. "The largest single lot traded lu so far lis can be ascertained, was a batch of thlrtv st bought bv Henry L. Young, treasurer of the Clone Theatre, who got hem be t ijh, fiom a stiaiiRur to him. Six $.1 scats sold by McUrlde for 1100 hao been traieil to the lot of tickets de livered to Capt. Kreuseher of the l.'.Uh pieclnct. Others have been traced to mi employee In a newspaper olllcu, tint III none of the Instances whvre It has been possible to trace tickets were Ihey sold to speculatois by the original purchasers II nm the club " Mr, Loikhait found that a large bulk of the two dollar seats and one dollar ad missions found their av Into the hands of i-nerulalnrs within half an hour after tho booths weie opened fur their sale. They weie sold openly on the street or through runners from cigar stores and saloons. More than twenty-live of these speculatoi ere arresleil, One seller named Donovan passed a luindle of 100 two dollar tickets through a toilet window to Ituby Weer. a specula tor, who Untitled that ho paid Donovan a bonus of f 1 00 for the tickets, .lames Shea, another seller, not a bonus of 125 for 10(i admission tickets. Within an hour he bought another batch at the waint price, other selleis weie found to be du In ? the same thing that Hhea was doing. The I'olo Orounds were policed this past season by the Dougherty Military I'ollce, ulth headouarters at 31 Hroadway, The head of the agency is Hairy V, Dough erty, a brother of Deputy I'ollce Commis sioner Dougherty, Sold Neat In Aide. It was shown by evidence betum the Dlstilct Attorney that some of these men eie very active in admitting persons for cash, Ono witness swore that one otlleer wild a seating prlv Hose on a beer kef In the aisle at one of the games. The men arrested are yet to b tried and Mr. Ixickhart has nflldiivltH In the case of one speculator that Is jet to be presented to the courts. Tho new ordinance that It Is huped will stop the evils complained of rupilies that all tlckcl shall have printed on their face In legible lelteis and clwiuclers the name Miccenii In Klpctlmi Leads tn Hroail Plnn for I III 4 Corneals. A nutting of the national executive committee and tho Congn s-ilonal com mlttee of the l'rogusalve party was held .steiday to discuss the results of tnn election. The men present, among whom were (Jeorge W. Perkins, rj"erttt Colby, Walter F. Hrown and Congressman lllnebaugh of Illinois, said that th'y weie pleased with tin showing of the part . After the i (inference Congressman lllnebaugh, chalrm in of the ProgresslTe Congress committee, and Mr. Hi own, chairman of the Progressive organization committee, announced that they will have a Progressive candidate In ev, ry Con Kress district next year. The statement follows: "When, lu un off year, the Progressive, rnndldate for Judge of the Court or Ap peals of the State of New York can poll approximately 200,000 votes, twenty-four straight out Progressive candidates for Assembly can bo elected and Mayors chosen In half a dozen cities, Including Syracuse, no argument Is needed to desji onstrate the developed strength of the Progressive patty. "Those who requite more convlnc'ng evidence can turn to Massachusetts, where the most popular eunillit'ite for Clovernor the rtepuhllcHUi could tlnd ran a poor third, with the pro. Kiesslve second polling more votes than the Progressives pollirl last year. In the Massachusetts Legislature the 'rogr. slvH have the balance of power bv actum vote th' til st time In the hlstorv of the U publican party that It has fa'lcd to hold control of the .Massachusetts Leglsl. ture. "The election tesults nr a distinct mandate to the national Progressive or gahlzatlon to plan for the Congressional light of 101 1 with conttdence." W'liiliiinii llns Names of Men Who I'niil $7.1500 Toward Democratic Hxpcics. ALL S. TO BK IU MUCUS SEEKING WOODRUFF'S SUCCESSOR Three Men .Vli-iitioned for Progres sive Leadership In KIiiks. Then Ik likely to be n contest 111 the Hull Moose ranks in Iiinoklyn over the choice of a successor to tho lute Timothy L. Woodruff as the lender nf the Pro grcNslvo organization In Kings county. ' Tho tlmo men most discussed for'the pluco in c Charles S. Aronstam, vice-chairman of the executive committee; James M. (JlllV. cllSllrm.in fit tt,M law nAmn.lt,.. and IMward II. Dockam, who took up ine campaign worn nrier Mr. Woodruff was stricken. Homo members of the party lilive imneiiktil tt, (V.inttt riUA rtrna..n.. to take the Job, but t Is understood that ne lias posuiveij- declined, It is probable that the matter will be, brought up at tho next meeting of the Progressive county committee on Novem ber IS. of then,, it Is said, have got contracts, although lu many cases not large con- ' tracts. It was pointed out to Mr. Whit man that most of the names reported are of tlrnis operating In counties when- there have been lights against the Tammany Intluence. also that before Dlx s elec tion put Tammany Ino power up-State no contributions from mud contractors weie reK)ited. Assistant District Attorneys John Klrk- land Claik and William Dean llmbiee left New York vesterdny, one tn go to Albany' to Investigate matters which have been I brought to the nttentlon of Mr. Whitman ' In the prcent liupilry nnd the other to go to s)racuM to learn something .lout the telegram which Hennesy snys was sent to bun by (ieorge II. Mc'iulrc, who denied on the stand on Thursday that he had sent It. Two other men are wink ing up-State, for the District Attorney running down leads. h ti Wasn't McUulrc. Mr. Whitman has heard from Syracuse that the girl clerk at the New York Cen tral station there remembers perfectly who gave her the telegram to be sent. The message whs typewritten when handed to her and the man who sent It vviut not George Mctlulre. She knows who the sender 1b, and Mr. Whitman will try to connect the sender with Meiiulte, The Frawley-Cohnlan Company of 51 Chambers street, mentioned on the stund on Thursday as the chief competitor of lleorge H, McClulre's company In connec tion with landing companies on hatge canal ami highway contracts, have writ Un to The Si'N thai the statement was based upon misinformation, M. J Mc Closkey. treasurer, writes that not a The live men named ky Joln A. Hen-, single barge canal contract has ever been nessy In recent campaign sje-echts as the , bonded through that office and only four "bagmen" of the campaign of 1 & 13. who small highway contracts, the bonds on worked among the road cnntractoi s, i-on-wn'ch were written for regular customers. iriinueu in ine same campaign u.iun. HUDSON SEAL COATS (Seal Dyed Muskrat) A large assortment of fashionable mod elsplain ordraped. Some with collar and cuffs of Fitch , Skunk , Ermine, Mole, etc. All lengths from 28 inches to 56 inches. Prices ranging from $145.00 to 425.00 WOMEN'S FUR HATS Women's Fur and Fur-trimmed Hats in a collection of attractive styles. r!4avBaaaaaaaaaa 'BwiaaaaaaaaaaaaaM BBaaUBBaaBaUBBBBBBBBBBBBn lyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. CARACUL COATS Made of Fine Black Glossy Skins. Vari ous models and lengths. $135.00 to 850.00 MOLE COATS r 4-U Temnef CnnfnVi V JL tilt; X' Ilicou Mole, -plain or trim med. Some with col lar of Ermine or Chinchilla Squirrel. $300.00 to 550.00 EVENING WRAPS Male of Velvet and other smart mate rials, trimmed with Fitch, Fox and Skunk. t.G.GUNTHER'S SONS 591 FIFTH AVENUE. NY Allci-pil IJiiymcn" Shown to Have Contributed 81U.7IMI f Totnl of &!.,7. Twenty-seven road contractors con tributed to the Democratic State Com mittee. In the campaign ef 1913, accord Ing to the report sworn to and hied with the Secretary of State by Arthur A. Mc Lean of Newburgh, Democratic State Committee treasurer. Kxcludlng the contribution of the Dtmocratio National Committee nnd large contributions made by twenty-tile ImtV liluals these twenty si veil firms paid Just 10 per cent, of the campaign expuists. This amount, added to the amounts re ported to bale cmne directly fiom the twenty-seven contractors, brings the 1ot.iJ contributions from the alleaed bagmen" and conti actors up to a sum which Is ciiial to oue-Uilrd of the total campaign expense. Without counting the National Committee contribution or the contributions fiom the twenty-tlvii large donors noted above. In the campaign of 1911 the nanus of only two road contractors appear lu the list which waa Med by Mr. McLean; In 1910 thero was only one. The names of all tin-so tlrms were given to Mr. Whit man yesterday' for use 111 the John Doe Inquiry he Is conducting Into the cam paign charges of Mr. Iletinessy. The Democratic State Committee's sworn report tiled after the campaign of 19'.: shows contributions of K13.S37, of, thlH tin- National Committee gave tiT.3 10. uncording to report, and the large contributors gave .)0,7'i0. .N nines of lllsr Contributors. THE RED 'DEVIL WAGONS OFFEND BURLESON'S EYE PLAN TO TEAR RED TAPE FROM COURTS Lnwvci's Approve Hill l'rupoM'il by Educators to Simplify Proceedings. OPPOSE TECHXICALIT1KS Want Indictments to Contain Tei'M' Cliart'es Ajrainst AcciimmI Men. So He Orders Oreen, Whereby the Artistic (iciiins of Hitch cock Is Overthrown. COUNTRY FAIR IN TOWN. Amusements nl the (iriliid Central I'slnce Will Oprn on I'rldny, Something lu the stjlo (f a country fair will be opened a.t the (lrand Central I'alnce on rYlday mt, 'hero will be I'ViT.irl's wild anlmiU sliiiv, a boxing kangaroo, the clrphantsMi (n Luna I'ark, a trip to Mais ami the iWrw various attractions nf the summer lumflvinenl parks. Then Iheie will a, , u ,.a)11IP, ,,., other more KopiHtc;,te( featmsi of , show for ty peoplf. V WASIIl.vilToNr, Nov. S. Th red "devil wagons" of the postal service through out the country must go. That Is the wagons will remain minus their lurid red. The (esthetic taste of rostmaster-i'enernl llurleson. who was raised In Texas, has been offended. To-day he seized n pen nnd prescribed The men whom Mr. Ilennessy has cnlled tho following color scheme for vehicles on iiagmeli" nre reported to have made con- , mial routes and lu cities for delivery of tributlnns as follows: August 13. Will-, parcels and the mall ; lam H. Kelly of Syracuse, $2110 (the "Hody, a medium coat green. ItunnlnB amount which each Stale, committeeman "ei,r cardinal red. Hlack striping" was supposed to give to start the cam- I I'ostmaster.ijeneral llurleson's order of palgn) ; October 11 he gave $'-0"0, and to-day revokes an order of ex-rostmaster-on the sanut date McLean gave (t.onii ; Oeneral Hitchcock, who chose vermilion October 14, Kvcrctt Fowler of Kingston ! red ns the stnndaid of color, gave $2,r.00i October 'J9, William II. Kltz- , explanntlnu of the order a statement Patrick of Huffalo gave H.'"" 1 November of ,h'' l'os, om'',, Detmrtment asld . 1, Kellv gave $;,,0nn, McLean gave J 1, Mill , "Seacoast cllles ami Kocky Mountain and Norman 11. Mack of Huffalo gave sections complained that wagons In the 15,000, a total of Ml',700. i:cludlng the Postal service painted vermilion red did National Committee's contribution the , I'"1 ''"''l their color. T he bureau of chem coiitrlbutlons of the twenty-tlve ,,rKB Istry Mntes thKt thlH color of red Is one donors and the contributions of the of the least durable, while It Is the opinion leged "bagmen." the .omniltteo reported ,,f " medium coach green Is having received ,097 from tho geneial ;"' of "u lasting of colors, the least expenslvo and not easily a (Tic ted liy dirt. Ten' per cent, of this came from twenty ! wl''1'" ","1'K Kr,:en especially suitable for seven road contractors, the contributions wagons on rural routes where nt certain being as follows: September ilC, Hart Perhals of the year dust and mud are Dunn of New York, $200; October It, Ithody & flail-sou of Albion. $250; M. V. Dollard of Dollard At Hearn, Albany, I. 100: tlctober 17, I'. D. Conlcy of Ithaca, II. '.i); October 22, Conroy tk NUdorf of Oneida, $."0o; (ieorge W. Chanibcis, Hochester, 1300; Fall Hros. & Fletcher, Kochester, H00j I'. J, Murray of Hoches ter, $500: Hendrlckson-McCabu Con struction Company of Henderson, 1100; Wood & Tompkins of Hilton. $100; Oc tober 24, J. J. Malloy, .Schenectady, 131)0; Henry J, Mullen of Jamaica, S2.'0; October 2.'i, Jamea Anderson. MenamlH, jr.00; Frank L. Cohen, HufTalo M.000 ; Thomas Kurr of Troy, J100; Sco'tt Hr,os. of Home, f 100 : October 2N, Fred erick II. Hhody of Albion. 1250; October 29, Kusso & I'arkci' of Hudson, tluo; October 31, John W. Flynti of Waterford, $150; November 1, J, II, Weldman of Syracuse, $130; McLoughlln A Btirrhlll of Syracuse, $200 : J. A. ful klus & Co. of Oswego, $300 ; Semper Hros. of Watertown, $300; llraier Hros. of Au burn, $300; Thomas O'Hrlen of Water town, $200 ; Hart Dunn of New York, $50n; November 2, J, & T. Murphy of Cohlesktll, $100a total of $7, duo. In 1910 the only rond contractor whose name appears on the tiled list of .contribu tions is Henry l. Hurgurd, now Demo cratic leader of lliio county, who gave $1,000; In 1911 the only road contractors whose names appear are Hurgurd, $1,001), and W. .1. Cowhlg of Albany, $100. 1 All these men are said to have been o Itlve bid(lr on end cm ' icl and most plentiful. 1 "lirceii paint has been used on letter boxes for several yenis and the parcel post automobiles recently purchased aro painted In this color. The I'ostmaster (leneral believes the use of a standard color of paint and design with a view to durability will greatly Improve the uppeurancci of all equipment of this kind." The change from red to green Is en thusiastically favored by the Hon. Joseph 1'atrlck Tumulty, Secretary to the President. William IC. Melkell of the law faculty of the Cnlersity of rennsj lvnnlii and Kdwin It. Keedy of Northwestern Cuiver- It.u presented to lawyers of New York city jesterday the tlraft of a leglslatlie bill which will etfeit a radical change In the method of proicduie In criminal courts If passed by the various States. It will eliminate red tape and ancient forms at every stage of proceedings, from infor mation tf final appeal. The ancient Lngllsh veiblage handed down tluou-h cehiu.its II all go mid modern din t.,i"iicfe Lngltsh will be substituted Their t ill as a whole met with the appioval of law.vris who lead It The two law prntessot- were appointed a ear ago bv th, legislative diaftlng t -search fund .of 'iluinhla. which has bieii endowed by a lavvjer vvhu-e name is ktpt vert' They have divided their work Into twelve scctlonx and met ut the Har Association .visteiday to consider a section uppljlng to the Indictment. Maul Action In All KlHtrs. l'reseiu with them were Assistant Dis trict Attornevs Hostvvlck. Johnstono and T.ilor, Indlitmcnt experts of Mr. Whit man's staff. Howard (Jans, long with Mr. Jeiome. Husll Ilenedlct. I'rof. ."tone of Columbia and utheis. The met ting lasted all day and Well into the night. As explained ly Mr Hostwlrk the bill, which It Is hoped will icsult in u uul foim Inv on the subject, will, have to be pass.d by all the States and the Cnlled States to be us ertectlve as they cleslie. It simply piovid-s that when It is neces saiy to say a innn stole something to say It. At present it must be chatgod that he look, rmbt zzlcd, api l opriatttl to his own use, took as bailee, trustee or agent and in ev-iy other way a ceitnin sum with everything set out with ancient, quaint formulltv Failure to get all this In mum a de fivtlvo Indictment The new bill will ray that John Smith stole $100 fiom Hill Jones and stop there. If Hill Jones desires a little more enlightenment tin- bill says he may ask for a bill of paitlculars and get It. In murder it will be necessary to say that A kilted H on a certain da I'nder the present h stein the pleadi i Is required to set forth count after count tluough fear that something might arise to enable tho defendant to win on a technicality "The lneinbtrs of the lonunltttn am taking up the (Uestlou of Indictment onlv," said Mr Hostwick, "and New York lawyeis are willing to admit that our practice is ciimb, rsouie nnd antiqu ated. It Is the same In all other States. They will take up another section at Philadelphia next mouth and the follow ing month will seu them getting the opin ion of lawyers in Chicngo. "Then they will go auout tho country reei'lving suggestions on the bill they have prepared until Dually It will be lu a condition TO be presented for adop tion throughout the country." FINGERPRINTS THEIR UNDOING. I'aiirol's .Men Identify Tno Arrested nt Clellileiiln Home, lnsHctor Faurot sent two ungcrprint experts to Dobl Ferry yesterday to idn tlfy the four men who were arresttd Friday even.ng after a gun light with th, police at Ards'.ey I'ark, the home of Joseph Cleialenln. Detective Hoggins Identified two ot the men ' when he compared Oic fingerprints, at I'ollce Headquarters, b,i' found no record of the other two. (Ieorge Wilson Is listed In the New York gallery us Charles (lcewagon) Cot ncrs and was once convicted of burgl.i" William Hell has four otner names an i has served tli In the Klmlra Hnfomm tory for grand larceny In Hrooklyn 1006. fLlNTS pNE fURNITURE FOUNDED flint QJJALmr REMOVAL SALE SAYS WOMEN CAN'T BE JURORS. JbiIkp l.nvrlor In San Francisco llulrs That They're lnellBlble, Sin Francisco, Nov, S, Judge l.uwlor to-day decided that women cannot serve on Juries In his" court. "As tho law now stands women are not eligible to serve on Juries," declared Judge Lawlor, "I take this: authority from the codo of civil procedure, which Buys that it Jury Is composed of men, Until the Lefts lature can enact laws to permit it women cannot serve." This deelelon came In the second trial of J, C. Westenberg for criminal libel In the matter of tho municipal clinic founded lu the red light district by Dr, Julius Roseustciii. The Jury disagreed and WYsteuberg's attorneys argued that the case Involved questions of civic morality, which might be Interpreted better by women than men, NOW IN PROGRESS DURING THE WEEK NOVEMBER IoTH WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK 369 BRASS BEDS AT HALF PRICE CONSTRUCTION AND FINISH GUARANTEED BY THE FLINT .TRADE MARK SIMILAR REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS GEO. C. FLINT CO. 43-47 West 23s? St : 24-28West 24A St: JVgw lork. City i '.