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THE SUN, TUESDAY. MARCH 23. 1915.
COM PENS A TION GRAFT ' WHITMAN TO FORCE j SCORNS ASININITY G. 0. P. LEADERS TO SERVICE BOARD ON 'THE CARPET' TO-DAY Gov. Wlilhniiii In llnir Thi'ir Answer to CluiriiiN of NVirlrH. INQUIR Y MAY BE KILLED CAUCUS ON TAX BILL, RACE WITH BRYAN 101 reasons for none against the Equitable There are a hundred and one reasons why 'mm Some Assemblymen Call Resolution Invalid and Others M1Mll,(1 See Attempt by Senate to "Establish Oligarchy" ! Loophole for Whitman. I'ollfilll l Coinpll'ol ('miisos Split in Assembly. A. M. lienrli. Hnnkcr. Says Pub lie Hns Alrendy Awwnloil . lie First Honors. Koeniy mill Ijivinirslon Confer With Mileliel mill Litter llnries llnleliet. should take space in the Equitable Huildintf, ami j IlKMOVAd IS KXI'KCTKl) Alham. Maich SI. ClLin limn F.d vard R. Mi-fill nml t'ommlssloner O. V. R. Williams nf the New York city Public Service Commission loiehcd Al bany lo-ntaht. prepared (o Wo to-mor-tow xv"i he (.tovernnr thrlr answers to charges made against them by Mr. Whit man on which lie fxpi't' to base thrlr removal, r'oniiiilsslotiors .1. Sergeant Cram and ttohett i" Wood, the mlirr two agam-t whom rh.t rso. wcic tiled, are expected to-inrrow morning. "I yon want an.x delay In tlilH mat ter"" Oimtulsslnner Williams was ashed. "YhS should we wiitil any delay?" he asked. "We arc prcared to go ahead nnd defend ourselves Ht a hearing to morrow " Chairman McCall disappeared soon after he reached Albany nnd It whs re ported that hi went In the Kxecutlvc Mansion for a conference with the llov ernor, but on reliable authority It Is learned ttut he did not visit the man Ion. Col. Ilaxward l-fjilivcl to the Thomp son leglelailxo committee, stated defi nitely to-night that the hearing will be held to-morrow. "The hearing will o on to-iiiorroxv and I will be prwfnt," Mid Col. Way ward to-nlghl when asked if he had heard report Ih.i.t the Public Service Commissioners would merely tile ihclr formal answers .mil Hie hearliiK would be. postponed until later Col. Hayxvard has subpoenaed all the tecords In tne cas-s Into xxiil.-h. the legislative committee Inquired during its InxeMlgatlon of the New York city romnilfttlnn. These will be placed hi Gov. Whitmans hands as coon ax tlm hearing opens Tho answer of Chairman Kdward it, Mi-Call 1st a long defence of his actions a Commissioner In which the criticisms of Counsel Hayward nre answered In detail The answers of the other Com meslonere are ready for submission to the Governor. Comtnl!!loner Martin S". Decker of ths Ui-.Stae rublli- Service I 't.niuiixsloil filed a statement with the Thompson Investigating committee to-day, point ing out that he had, participated In the consideration nnd adoption of orders dis posing of more than l.oofi oases during his eight xcars service a Commls loner and that a larse proportion of such orders wore prepared by him. He further points out that of the I'M opin ion written by the Commissioners he personal prepared SO of them, and continues: "In the present Investigation no effoit has been made to bi-lng out with clear nts and with any specification tho has becti ' treat Hinnunt of ork which done by the commission and Its various members, the churaxtci of that work or tho results of it as affecting the pub lic Interest, and It Is therefore Im- possible for tin committee to mako I mi finding whatsoexer upon the general . .mel-nci ..n.i i.tto.iiifin ., ,i,.tv m ii... commission or Its membois unle it hall llnd In favor of the commission as . to Its general clllclency and attention I to duty. . . . .. in ine icsiiniouy laaexi uciure ilia eommltteo seven cases uut of t.ilOO have been selected as the eubject , if cxamlnatlun with reference to in) woik. ' Three of those cape are mentioned , olely on the ground of delay." i Commiwlnner Pecker then rexlews 'it length the facts concerning the sevn I cases trltlclseil bj Counsel Hayward and Insists that the action or the com- iuIk!oii In these cases shntil.l not he. ubjected to adxersc criticism. Chairman McCall and Commissioner . William left for Albany at t t.'. Jock jeMerday afternoon 'with Traxls II. Whitney, secietar) of the commissi n. and l.e llo) X. II trkness, assistant counsel. Un the same train went a trunkful of records which had been sub pomacd by the Thompson committee. The Commissioners wern dliectexl lo product! In the llxtvutlxe Cliamb. r to riav all the tei-ords that bad hren lined hv th.. i.r,niii. lt.. In Ilk l.e..rlni'M .! City Hail. It was supposed that the1 Governor wished I, haxe at hand all , o.u n,:.t..H..i f... ..n.lbl- nr In ii.i... tirmi.... h.m i' isi.iti.r. if lhex . in. pear befom him to-day. None of t it- Coiiiinlsloners knciv f'-r lire yesterilii) 'hit the hearing xxould take place to-. la) lii Hie nntltlcatlon sent them bj the lioxernor eU veil davs ago he said ih.it Hi. written answers mils be llle.l I.) noon nu Manh 2il, and that tin e wiiul.l be a hearlnc then 1 or on i later dax i.. b- tlx.-d b.x him. As the xxntlen .lefence xxas d.laxed until th.- last moment it his been In' I - mated that the hearing mlchi be p st- pone.1 until the Governor had time to itudy the document Commissioners Mr-Call. Williams and Wood xxorked all day Sunday on their defence, and It did not go to the printer until .xcsirrda.x Comnilsionn- Wood lett for Alb.inx t midnight last nltelil C ininlisloiier I Cram will go up tins morning. .r Wood was asked xesterday if lie ex pected to t-iik sharpl) to the Governor at the hearing lie shook his head and said "I liaxent a hll of ptison.il feeling In the matter " HEW BROOKLYN CAR ORDER. Health Hoard llemnnil Mm mice on Tixo Mnrt I'exxcr Lines. Orders affecting txxo morn lirookln treet car lines were Issued .xt-tt iday St a special met ting ot the Hoard of Health called by I oininlesloiiei- i.olil water to consider the crowded conditions of the city's transit facilities. The Flatbush-Sevenlli avenue line anil tho Th.rd nxeiiue lino are forbidden by the latest edict of the Hoard of Health to earn moie passengers than K.u per rent, of the seating capacity of the cars. The llrst named line runs through the Park Slope section ot llrnuklvn and the other from Fort llam ltoi. A. -ord-lllg to twenty health Inspee.'nif. w-rni have been on xx til. li for the past three, xveoks. when cars of both lines re-ich Iloroilgh Hall, their llnal destination, during the rush bonis they ale crowded to the doors. A similar or.hr Issued 10 the II. It. T. some time ago .11 regard to another car line under its control, tin. Graham ave nue line, has been compiled xvlth by the transit company LONELY WOMAN NOT SI.AIN. ' Autopsy Mioxxs X x sler Ions XMs. Delnno's Dculti VVns Nnliirnl, YONKKBH, N. V, March U2 An au topsy revealed that Mrs. Florence II. Delano, who Was found dead III the bathroom of her apartment at l!!.'i Ham toga avenue )esierda.x. died from acute nephritis and pulmonary t inutile. Mr.. Delano, a widow, about !lu veara old, had lived alum- for p. la she liAd a Iloitnn hull lir :ci mi l a Pekinese, the barks of wl.uli lei lo Hie finding of thf body. Frank Higi-i of Oreenwlch, Conn a In other. In-law of Mrs. Delano, lefus, .1 lo glxu any n. formation In it-gaid to the woman's life. AUUNT, Mar.h -Consldcrnlh.n of; the resolution providing for nil Inxesti kallnii of the Siilll.iti charges that casualty companies had "arranged'' lite passage of the direct seltleinenl .iiinnd incnt to the workmen's nitiipcnxatlon law whs postpomd unlll Wedlicjday lt the Assemble ln-nlghl after It w.is icfciied to the Ways and Mi.tns I'oinnilltec. Deinocratlc Leader Minlth serxed notice that he liilenils to light Its passage, urging that au Investigation of thu Assembly or Aseinhlynien by the Senate would be a xlolatlon of the i Constitution. Speaker Hwrel, luiwoxcr, bellcxcs that the origin il resolution will In- passed on Vx cdlicsdj) nnd that the Inxcstlga lion will print--d Immedlalel.x. Sen ator Argetsinger. who will be chairman of th (simmlttee. exiectcd to hax'e a sesnion of his committee lo-moiToxx. but now must uxvalt the .ippouilmenl of the Assembly committee. When the ro-nlutlon xvas handed down In the Assembly us a message from the. Senate, Leader Smith asked that It be leferred to the Waxs and Means Com mittee, as It would lead to an expendi ture of money. Mild so should be con sidered by that tomnilttee. Speaker Sweet lefirreil the irsolutlon to tho commltti e and luiiiicdlatclx oriler.il a rricss of the Asm uibl while tho com tnlttee nut to report the resolution out. In the committer Mr. Smith iroliited out that the Sine Constitution prohibits the tiietloullig of a member of the Senate .ir Vssenibly except by either Isxls, If It Is a question of Impeach- RECALL OF U. S. ATTACHE LAID TO ENGLAND ( otitniMrd from f'lr.xt Vaa' ' other report, that not merelj the Her man nrniy nut imp wnmr t.rrnian na lion Ii tn he rerKnned ullh In this nar h) t.ernian's enemies. It Is declared that Major I, anchorite gathered Information rexrallng an or ganlnntlon ol the nation's resources In men, mnnei and material far hex mid what has been )et Indicated In other reports from Kurope. The recall of Major I.anghorne In the I midst of the war was not. it Is believed, ' particularly pleasing to the German au thorities Csually inlllt.tr) attaches act ing In the capacity of observers of for eign xvar operations are expected to re- tnaln with the fore- to winch thev are i!i.lK!rii mi m- .luiixtl.'ll ... lilt- ...It That Major Lniighorne should sinl denly return home In the midst of the xvar after he had received extraordinary opportunities ror stuoy and oimrrvaiion ,VH"' 11 ' declared, n matter of chagrin to the German military Authorities, xvho ll0 not took with an) particular faxor "b'n the idea of his making available "10 American mUltary nervke all the data regarding the German operations ...t,A la utlll In MP.M-.- " , While, of course. .Major Lanehorne's reports will be regarded as highly con - tldentlal by the War Department there 1 nlxva) s the possibility of such Interest- Ing data exentually reaching quarters in xvhlch it might be of value in the operations of Germany's enemies. .Inst what Imincil.ate use the Secre. lary or war lias in minu tor .xiajor Lamrhorne's information has not been I disclosed here thu far. Secretary Gar- rlson has refused to make any state- ! ment regarding Major l-anghoriio'e re- . all except that the Major' presence In thls country xxas desiied i ures In xxhlch he is Interested. He as- Some difficulty Is encountered in ar- sumes to dictate all legislation respect riving at a sat.sfaetory explanation of i ing public charl'ies and ihe insane, the decision of the War Department to- "The result has been that su- Il a n. t hav him make his data available at woik of statute has been passed by once While It is admitted that much pievous administrations, xvlth respect that Major latig!iorne has 1o report t could not well be entrusted to mail des. . pati he" the urgent summons for him lO COnlO JlO'llO IS l.Ot fllll) made .-tear On Major Langhort.e beha f. In xlew ' concealment of the r.vil purpo-.w of his return, -he statement has been .made bv high authorlt) that his sum moim home xvas in no manner a reflec 1 Hon on the officer himself. ! It xx-as said by this author!!) that he 1 xens under no charges or ex-en . rttl.-lsm and that his relation with the Herl'n , i iox eminent xxere the most cordial po- slide Uterittnn -xns called lo Hie fac- 'thai Iho Kmpetor personatlx r.s-.-lxe.l linn ut pr or to his departure Irom . German) aid hade linn farexxell SbUKfcl U JiKSt,! WHUJJ I i race CItII Service t n vesllue lors Itfixx to Neurti Hcrnb xx ointi n, TtillNTOV. Ma ch 22 -Col Mexaiider lV.-rdyre, a n 1 1 1 1 1 r of the Civil Serx i. o foinmlssion. -estlfiid hefoie a Houe xcilgatlnc cmim ttee lu-d.ix thai the appointment of a iiec-o xxomm f.n lie. custodian's tor.-e t ihe Slate lltiuse was prlmaril) responsible tor tin pres ent friction betwetii the State Comp troller's office and hi" i-miiilsslon The Civil Serx-lce Commission notljle.l th" Slate House Commissi, n. coiuiiosed nl the tifix-ern-.r. State Troisurer and State Comptroller, that n i-ompelfiit scrubwoman could only bo cured bv holding a competitive examination. lamina M Culloiigh. who hud held II posit' n, took the exanilnatl. n ami failed. The Civil Service Commission wouldn't sanction her continued employment: Hm State House C.nmilssion refused to re move her, and she Is still on the payroll, tj.il. Foidxre said Serious frlctl 11 is- suited between the two departments 11 nil this has been manifested by the action of the Coiupi i nllfj-'s olllie In holding up the pills nf tile Civil Service Cum mission on the slight. -st prnxoeatbii DISCUSS STATE STOCK TAX. President Noble nnd Hciintors Con fer on llonlilc Hiirtleii. Pieslrtent II G. S. N'ohle of the Smck Fxch.tnge cnnfcrrfil with State Sena tors Hiilllday and Cromwell yesterday 01. the Stile tax of 52 on sales of 100 shales of Mock The 0,111 Ht toil uf dotiblJ taxation xx-aa ipnie Into, on tho ground that a similar " tux on transfers! of s o.-k on the ,'cw Vork exchang.. is l.np.is.il bv the Fed. ral Govi-i iiineii', Tne two Senatora aie lux esllgallng methods of -axatlou with tho object jf inljiistlng lne.ualltles Among other tax measure I" tiding at Albany which received attention In Wall Street y.sli-r.lay xvas a proposed meas ure lo tax slocks as well as bonds 14 or 1-5 of I per cent .1 year as a sub- s'ltllle for the piesent H-i'llli'll tcbt lax law, which telleves 1, bond finm f lit t her taxation during its life upon one payment of 1., of I per cent ft 1. as. frll that siicli a hi. -iii-iii wiiul.l I1, ire an unf.ili Inn-lieu iipuii stocks b. cause Mock alieadv are Indlieclly taxed by the Stale and hy municipali ties through taxes on rral estnto hold ings of corporations and through ths corporation tax, mint, the Aen.l.1 .hoiild take the pre- j lliniiiiiv steps Ihe lit'Mini'rats thought. Inasmuch as the Hiipeiiehnietil iei i ths In the Assembly Mr Hiiltlwiu made an efToit to haxe the le-oliitlcin allieudcil n as to ptmlde thai Hie llox ernor should name time meinliers of the publican Ase.eiiihl.Mnen to-il.i In an ef Invistlimtinw coinmlttie In addition fort to pledge siilllcient xntc to haxe the thin Senator Hinl Asseiiibb men, ' ,( house pass his bill creating n State but as this xxhm divided to be absolutely .,s department to replace Iho present unconstitutional, his motion was bead n. I T in 'omiiilsilun, controlled hv Demo- .Mr Sulllxiin uiado another motion ptoUdlng for live Asscmblyim n on the committee, hut no vote was laken. Assemblxman llamlltnii I'ImIi, I'rogrcs- slxe, of I '11 1 1 i.i 111 also conletiils that the I '"l"" would bo iiuconstltu- t11llon.1l llo ib'i lared to-night that the I .sol ill Inn as liillodliccd III tun Senate "cvtemlK the piotectornte of the Senate oxer tho Aseinbl)." "Is the Assembly so senile as to suf fer this attempt to establish nh oligarchy to control It'."" asked .Mr. l-'lsh. "So suro xvas the Senate of a truckling As- i Jorltx of Ihe Itepuhllcati Assemblymen sinibly that tho Konate members of the is oppoinl to the bill. Theie are nine committee xxere appointed before the 1 ty-nlho llepuhllcan Assemblymen, so If concurrent resolution cvoti reached the Assembly." Senator Unmet t, llepuhllcan, of Man hattan Introduced 11 resolution 111 the Semite to-night designed to point the xxay to Gov. Whitman to x-eto the direct settlement amendment to the compenea- lion law Mr llennett'a resolution, xxhlch xvas referred to the l'lnancc Com- mlttee, declares that there la a diversity in ui'iiiiiiii a? iw wncilier nieie snouio ,i in, .utiii. ,,tr n L nil mm,'- m ,11-' 1 coiiiP.iisatlon law until It has had a trial 1 of at least a year and recommends that I .. , ,,n,,iM r r.,,,,. i .1,... Assembl.xmen b.. appointed to examine into the xxorklngs of the law and report to the legislature of irlii. HINMAN HITS FOLKS IN HOSPITAL RUMPUS !iiys Charities Seeretary Tryinc: tn Pose as Legis lative Pietator. Albany. March J2. Harold J llin- I un- i man, llepuhllcan leader of tho An i embl, issued a Matrnicnt to-night at- 1 tacking Homer Folks, secretary of the Mate Charities Aid Assoolut on. This . was In anwer to a brief prepared by I Mi. Folks and George 1. Canfteld. vice- president of the Stale Charities Aid As- n,-iullf.n. finnoslnir Ihe lllnman hill. , - iin.1 inn n'--1 . mi"" Ir ...... .v bringing the financial affairs of the rpH1, ,lt,., aninidments which have State charitable Institutions and State rrnioVPd objectionable features recard Itisaiie hospitals under the direction of ,nK UpprVsnii of local asjessments by a bnartl of ron'rol. tno n,w j,,,,.,) "My bill does not Interfere with a i .hi..,inn m. from the single function affecting the treatment or cure of the Insane." said Mr. lltn- a f 25.fl00.00fi bond Issue, to run for thirty years, for State Institutions. This w iiild have burdened the taxpayers to the extent of ffin.iinn.Ono. Including In terest. The hill xxas beaten. This year Mr Folks came to me with nap, camp lu ine Mini .. i.i.... .i .i. .in. l-i..i 'pervr mlssloner of Charities, made his ..nice an auxiliary to the State Hoard of Charities nt.d carefully removed from .,, . . ...... a the existing l.ixv the obligation U pr - j - I tect the State's property Interests in these gyreat Institutions, 1 told him I . could not Introduce such a bill and I be said he would light my bill. i "lie I now sponsor for a bill to 'make two departments of the State I Commission Ii. Lunacy, creating the pew I mco oi rxiaie utispuai voniiiiin.si.Mi. un it salai ) of $10,000 "Kxer since I have been a member of the Legislature Mr. Folks ha. po--d ns a director-general or legislation. accelt rating public opinion on meas- till Institutional subject that there j (,0 respnnsihlllt.x , no official head His bills would aggrax-ate ibis situation Mine wi'l eorreet it He doesn't xx-ant it corie.-ted. That Is why he Is against Hi) bill " ------ SHERIFF AIDS WOMAN DEBTOR, , Persuades ttorne) to Consent to l.lbcriilloo of xtrs. lllxn. Sheriff Grifenliagen's objection lo tmpi leoning persons for debt, xxhich he ts Hying to haxe enacted m'o law was put to a practical test xesterdav when .on., of his deputies arrested Mrs ,lo liatina Hlxa of West lOlst street on an " , 'I' .. . ' "i:. . .. ' aiiee she failed to appear for examlna Hon In siippleinentarv proceedings on a i,.a, t tr.-. r..r xx-l...n tr rtiv.i xxas taken lo ihe I Sherilf's oflli e earlv In the tlax lie noted . i that she xvas a woman of refinement 1 1... ...... 1 .1.... l. 1, .a 1 ., 1..1 Hire., tunes H.-i second husband xvas 111 the Fniled Stat., consular service and if. 1.... u f..,.,,,.., r tinnnnn ,. t.i.a. ' si,.- said bad befii disslpaleii She told Ihe Sheriff she had no intention nf ills- Hie Kroun.l that it will entail an e. obeying the com fs ti-ilcr. Mrs. Uixa p"iidlture ol n 'nio.ilfiil by the citv tor Hied In vain all day to gel ball tn- to l-e construction of an iii.iliieraitng plant, llnd means to pa) Hie Judgment and. Street i'Ii.iiiIiik Commissioner 1 ther xxhen closing time urnxed and she was ston was tpiest i..ue about Ins i-onnec-sllll unsuctssflll tin. Sheriff had his I Hon ntlh patents for dlssing of .....t.,.,.1 .XI. ..,. S nlll.rl nntlft- fit,, 1 LTi.rliafre I.i Ml I'nlbv. Un N.ild Iim liml r v, ; nttornev for the creditor that If necc"- SitrV "It- WI.IIIII SaXI' .IIS. IXIM. II. "Ill Jllll The nttornev then ngrted to her r.-leaso if Judge rinelltc would consent and the court gaxe perniiselnii on coiiillllon that Mis. Uixa appear for examination next Monday, - NECKER AID IN TROUBLE. 'ntlfrtiit.i'r'N XlnniiKi-r Xluat Minxr lie Is tot In I'nnteiiipt. ' I'pon llw iires.iitation of affnliivlta charging Unit Joseph Slahl, manager for Wllll.uu N'ccker, Hm uiiilertakcr against whom iccelxership proceedliigs have been inetitiiteil III the New Jersey Court of Chancel), hlndeiiil the serving of the procosea of Hi., court. Vice-chancellor Lowls In Jersey Cl.y yesterday signed an order requiring Stahl to show causo why I.,, bho.lld not bo puilleht-d for oon- (f, ' , Tho original order calling upon Neckcr lo show cause why a receiver should not ho appointed xxas adjourned until next Monday because Vice-Chan-collor Stevenson, before xvhoin It was made i-cturiiahle, is III, DRUG-GIST B0RCHARTJ GUILTY. II cpu bl I en 11 Lender I'lxlletl tn He niril Copnlnr Pnrehnse. Paul llorchatd, a fliugglst living nt 42 Amsterdam avenue, wlih 11 store at ti'nl Lenox axeiiue, iind Itepubllciii ldiih-i- of tlie Thil'teeiith Aesembly ills ti ll t. w as 1 .iivlcteil In Special Sessions yesterdax of falling to record thu pur chase, nl' half 1111 oiinco of cocaluo fiom a. wholwalo ilrug linn, The Justlcen relcasetl Rorchard In 1300 tiall for one week pending ocntencp. (' SIIM'.S LI. N INC IP' Ai.hasv. .March 21. io. Whltiii.ni ii'CMi 11 s- ntcinatlc canvass of tho lie- ciats lndlcHtions are, that when the bill comes up for consideration In the Assem bly to morrow action on It will tie post noncd until next week to glxe the Gov ernor and House leaders an oppoiliinlly to work oil the Assi niblymcn known to oppo'e It A caucus probably will be tailed to get the AssMllblymcIl pledged to tho tax bill, t-'rlends of Comptroller Tr,vl, who ! lighting cfToils of the Governor to get the bill pased, declare that a ma ii vote, xvere taken to-morroxv the meas ure would be beaten by a two to one vote. The Gox-crnnr had a long conference to-day xxlth Speaker Sweet nnd told hint that he xxanted a caucus on the measure to save his bill. "I'xe cot to have tills bill and I'm go- Ing to have It insscd," Is said to have, been the glsl of the Governor's ileclara- lions 10 Tile J-peaaer. I tCIMI III M .1 0 iaailT riMllllrtll. .."'Illl'l.. I men M.-iler and Wheeler and other Inllu- , entlal Asse,b, t. n xvho aro lined up ' ..... ,. . ... ... i .1 busy week digging lip votes In faxor of I th- bill, .lust as soon as they haxe . j crtll'Wl 1 .i Z VJi Il I. .,ot believed tli-.i Coinntroll-r Travis will trx to keep the Kings county Assemblxinen. now slipping htm. from the caucus, but that rather he will have them go to the caucus to put up a red hot fight and try to control the action of the caucus The Coniptrnlle- Is not opposed to the cn'silion of the new de partment, but he tloes not like tit., provl slou of the bill xxhl.-ii taKes poxver from llie corporation oore.,,, n, ,s o nee I Pemocrats under the tnsdershlp of rallon tax bureau of his offlce Assemblyman Smith of New ork. the; minorltv leader, are wtpe-t.-d to stand tlrmly against the tax bill. In an effort to keep the present Democratic commls- sloners In otll.-e Their vte i w Ith the ; votes of the Itcpubllonn that the I 'omp votes or tne iicpuilionns max tne i omp- t roller has pledged against the tax bin i would be more than enough to defeat that measure. -flic Governor and M fr ends declare that most of the opposition to the bill h ol lralle of the stand taken by the Comptroller, bu! rl-es from the fact .i. .. ' u. ... it..M V,.... . ... h , ,, reported some time ago that the fiovernor expeted to name at sloners from N. w Vrk city. The tip- state m-n were neensex. x..s ,ul hut !. tne x.ox error in are pae- mo the nothenttc Information that only - ' . . one member will be named from New- - , l.'. . XOTK e iv. presiini ti'iv i-v.-niiivi .....i- J.n S'n.xe, and that the majority o the board, txxo inembersv 11 W iame.1 from up State. When this if .understood the Governor hopes that mucin nf tho oppnsl- xim i i"" , r1T... ri , .. TAA LL Vl 111 I U-UA 1 . llnsril nl r.illmate llipei'lril In Di. i pc (,ox ernor mn. Thf members of th Hoar.1 of Lsti- mAtr. tvmfereiiet. in the May or's office at City Jlall at 1' .10 oelock this afternoon to discuss the dlre-H S:ate tax levy proposed by the Whit man administration. It looks as .f the meeting may b mainly a debate between President Mc Anenx of the Aldermen and Comptroller l'rciidergast Ml McAiienx holds that no tax i noccseary. He saltl jester- dav 'My opinion has been strengthened by illt 1M. j )MV,. learned since last 'nnirs. flax, when I marie a p.inuc sinienieni Mi- l'rciidergast has said that a con siderable tax wilt be needed, although lie could inn a. c.-pt all of tjov Whit man's estimate as correct. l'rt.bablx Mr. Mi Anciix will trx to haxe the H,.,nl adop- a renoliition call mg upon the legislators from this tity to tight the tax prng'amme Certainly all attempt xx-tll be made to frame resolution defining the board's position. HEARING ON GARBAGE BILL lioxernor Pokes Xlntter I ntler I mi aldrrntlnu fler X rgfimen t . tssx. Man It 2:' -Gox Uliltimn I gaxe 110 Intimation tn-diiv ah to xvhat -ps action would be upon .b Li-xioii garbage disposal bill, upon xxhnh .ex gax e a hearing Assistant rorixir.it ion Counsel Ldwai.l Mi" ioldrlcl, ami Leo A rn-t eln. icpiesenllng Ihe Hoard .if -llni:it. and Xi.i.rllo!inienl Mrenetl thai H bier aim of tho bill xx-aa to improve tin..:. II,.- pies.nt s)stei or .lis. miMlnu- nf c..rh.ire , Halnbridge Colbx opposed the bill on , , . . ... . . . ..Wear xx nut course me.v can iase u. n Interesi at all. hiving assigned half ).,,. t1() lMs. again before the highest' ( III 1 ''I . l 'I' I'." nip n, lie lin.l-l . Spi.-taltv Compaiii, and the other half to th citx ' Mrs Flora Speigelberg of llnerslde Drive objected to the bill on the ground, ' that tt could 11. 11 accomplish tho ills 1 iMisllloii of garhagn xvlth tin- same! thoroughness a.- the system In operntloii In certain Kurnpeaii cities William H. Flllson said t'- bill was Inrffecllve - - I WILSON STUDIES OWNERSHIP Tit 1 1, s With S,reeUcU Vlionl I'ur clutse nf Western Piiclflc. WasniNiiTos-. March 22 --Itudolph SinecKeis of 'San l-raiiclsco saxv I'resl- 1 ,,0"t ,U 1 "" "V'',,ln!r, rl'T, r."."" M. 1 " M ,v" , '," ,"',H'",H0 ''1V",K ' "' ' 0;,.H, . ,'",,1I, ''H, M M''-'"!" rJ r"l1 ' '""hlent .if the deslro t.f I ho State of California to buy the Western V:"'."!!' ,UII.W!,-V " lf! k,,"'WM "'"''rcsl. I . . ,, , " '"" i"""""'! 011 the latter matter lb-lure lining s he xxlll ascertain Ihe xb-w of tlie Interstate Commerce Com mission, If It should prove n.'c.ss.'iiy in call It to the attention of Congress, il In doubtful If thai Isidv xxould enact legis lation itiithorUIng the purchase, of the mad by the Slate There Ih a Wrong sentiment against Government ownership mid the fear Is expiessed that should tho Slate buy Iho road other States xvlll follow the example, and In tho end there xxlll ho Stale ownership and cnnfiiMon, This would lead to Government owner ship. California's purchase mill operation ot Iho road might also lend to eoutllct xxlth transcontinental Hue. In private hand. All lln-so ipieslloiis -will bn x-oiisltli.icd hy the Administration liofore II doclarei lis attitude on California's auggcatlon. WON It V MKNITAN IM LI (' V Secretary of State William .limning llryan's article prepared for the next I Issue of Ihe Comi'inner, In xvhlch lie charges that A. ft. I.each, pnsldent of the liivestinetlt Halikens Association of America nnd head of the Unit of A II. T.each & Co., Is running a race xvlth l'rederlck D. Underwood president of the Krlc, "for a prlie In the contest of aslnlnlty" met with a warm reply from ,)()n ,1( 0f considerable li Mr. Leach yesterday. 1 rlHtot, lo the city administration. Some In his statement Mr Leach expressed i )m( BKO hc , i,,,, hci(rt nll prntiW disappointment over being forced Hil(M, Grant llsterbiook, vice-president the running of an "aalnlnlty race" with i (f tp Allrrlnfll iUr tMl.( Maglstracx the Secretary of State, as he had pre-, ()f 1llll0kv)i ),,,.), lu ,P(. vacant Ullled, and thought the country gen- th(. death of Otto Krmpner Tin erallv had fell, that Mr. Mryan was the Maor would not appoint llslerhrook ...... . I lf.,.1.llrt...i .,l.l..r I,, Itrrmlill'M vnia Atiir.4in" Mr. Loach, however, said he felt that up to date the Sec retary of KtKte has outdistanced all competitor for first honors. The controx'orsy between Mr. 1ea.ch and the Secretary of Ktato arose from s. statement by the hanker that men drawing salaries of less than Jfi.lOO a year were 111 tilted to dictate to hads of corporation xxlth salaries of Jfifl.non. The iiuestloii of tlie Hinoiint of salarj . . , received by a Government or a buetlicw . employee." Mr Leach said yesterday. "Is measured by the ability and experl- i euce and knoxyledge that he bring to, formed the Mavor that some of his bills th work h Is called upon to do. .could not gel through In their original co.nn.on belief that 'the Government ! not pay adequate saUrlee. and , ''eie are thousand of empl0ees now on the C.nveriiinent payroll who are .Ii Vl.cv r dolt a a niihllc r- x-lce To these men all honor and , credit ' Utie oiner meaure as in in' n"'ilnn mil ir It Is ameute, lo meet I lie, .... ..... t .i.a u.Ium' rtnli.i1 It lliul itcrv employee Is called llion to devote his I time and attention to the taK ror wmcn . x,, HnM , ,., ,h.t . " , . occupies a posl- ! . of Sutf (vho oecl,,, T... ........ ,,. . lion made Illustrious by some of the , names ,"a 1 . In American history should spend a goodly share of hi time i f. .,(.v .,- l,Hnd', ,v. xMd- ! rri) Hn(, otr nl,m,rbanks In enter- I .i ai.i- . nxin.r , ..,, mii iht th.v may attract tho unthinking. "Perhaps tf our honored Secretary i would devote less of his time to these I i ' ,h or. ,', .' . 'lemnl sw orn side lines for personal profit and more if work xxmlch he h. before, the American I people to undertake we should hear lees ! silly talk about the 'Dove of Peace.' We should less frequently hear hi x'olce a large part of bilday and Saturday tr) nilsed to advise American cltlicns to I lug to Insure the defeat of the bill which get out of Mexico. takes axx-ay a lot of Ills authority. Ills "This last demand by the Secretary j political opponents say he got Into touch seems a public disgrace How I a with each of the eight transfer tax up country to build up a foreign trade, glxe pr.il sera of this county, xxlmm he tip an outlet for our surplus of nianufno- pointed, and urgvd them out of loyalty Hires, make possible the dream of Amer- pu,p that this country shall be i .m,t am0ng the world's great peo-i . . .... ... ... tars ir JnleIca. wnen txnriMtti. p-rxinf the.r country's Interest, should not re- ' seven out of the nine Itepuhllcati Assntn oeivo the pnitex-tlon which even llt'Je hi) men from Manhattan xxlll side xxlth Holland vouchsafes to her commercial the Governor and llxe of the twelve lie. envoys? puhli. an ssenibl) m.-n f-orn liu.oklxn, "Watchful waiting' may be a happy i xvhlch Is Mr Travis s home borough catch phrase, hut to the thinking Amerl can It spells murder and spoliation In Mexico. "Again. I say I am sorry to b pushed Into title 'race.' I rest content, howex-er, xvlth the feeling that our gre.it Secre tary of Stale has passed all competitors." LAKE RAIL INCREASE HELD UP. Commerce CommUalon Xloj Mskr Decision .Inly 17. WASiitsnTos', March '.'2 The Irter state Commerce Commission suspended it. til July 17 projiosed advances 1-, lake and rail, rail and lake and rail, lake and rail rates l.etxxetm Hie Kast and the West pending Investlgtlor The car- rlers nought in make these Inciiases rffectlve on March 27 -nP fln.- of the tariff" grew out or the decision in Ihe .'. per cent advanced rate case. The commission declined to permit the :. per cent on thesp lake-rail rales, saying that "It I shown on the reisird that since the rail carriers ac- I inured ownership nnd cortrol of the lake lines successive Increases haxe been made in the rates via lake tending to lessen the dlflerence betxxeen them and the all rail rates " FRANK CASE DECISION APRIL 5. dmiieri Srild tn llnxc rw Xlnxe II end) If Present PI no Knlla. f Wahii is'fJToH. Match 22 - The Su , preine Coin' xx II. prohabl) on April .'. .let nl. tlie case of lao M Frank, ivn- 1 1. leu in .xii.nn 1 .11 ine 11111 urr 01 .uatj , l'liagan Til.- issue is whether or not the I ed- eral Court for the Dlsttlcl of deorgllX ' erred In denying to Flunk a writ of habeas curpii" f..r hi- i'leas.. ,. 1 ,,. 1 ground that his nonvlctinu xxas a denial , IdO's Ja J;"-"" ' '"r room was siirrmmdi hy a hostile cioxx.l , "" "V",.. Vi and the right was denied to the pi is- , ''" M '. 'i"!'"- 1 "rB''"' "',,lrt,,, ,h'" .l,er of being pifsen! xvheii the verdict '" ""'" f by x-.,i,ng ,i. -sli...cl-,L-was returned. craps xvlth other repeaters on f le.-tl.xn If the court denies Hie appeal there d-)' He voted abmit nineteen tunes, lie am Indications of further activities nv;fild. Flunks couHM-1. although it is net unite 1 ..... lear whin course they can lake to court. ANOTHER ELECTIONS BILL, Tills Would Trnnafrr Mud' llonril'a Work to ll'rllllr nf Mute. At.itxNT, March 22 A bill transfer- r.ng the xvnrlt of the present State Hoard f elections to Seercturx 01 State Hugo xvas Ititrodiiceil to-night by Assembly- man Fvereit of St Lawrence. Through Its operation the S. .-ritary of State thinks oxer J2DO.0O0 a jear could o h.ivi'd, The hill Introduced to-night is a re- vision of the Argetsinger bill so that prnx slou Is made for the nomination of candidates bv petition only Primary, ..... 1. I .H..a T X Xt ' 1IOIIS Mir I.' " ii..ini iiuiii . ... ,,, ,., n P. M. The present form of election ballot la retained. THE SEAO0ERS. Arrivals .xesterday by the American , liner St Paul from Llveipool K.bxiird li Aehesnii William li liny , 1 Mrs V 1 iinipls-ll John A tiny llallev Herbert lainl .1 XV Cnrbctl Mrs VX'lillelaw Iteld. Mis Janirs Creel The Ilex .1 M man, Sprltnier The Hex and r O XV K J Todd . 2t Forcsier Hnl-rt T Walker. .Mr hihI .Mrs William Lady Kvrlyn War.1 V Hull hiiisrni, Hy the Anchor liner Tuscanla from Glasgow and Liverpool sir Wilier Hxleirh. V W Ambler sir ilillii-rl Carter. .1 A 1Uii Lady Cirier Kdxxin Mexeiwni Hy Iho I'nltod Frull Meamshlp Pas tnrea from the Caribbean; E. Fli'lillnr .lnnei. tl, A Armnur. J. D, W. Veeder. CHjit. W Y .Imllfc. Cnl. ami Nrt W. C, W. de la (luardlt. lUyei. '( ) LKT I'P ON ('(UIONKI5S Smoother sledding for onie of the Irelslatloii which Maxor Mlt'-hcl holes f rrr p,,.,,,.,! pfcdlcted as Ihe lesiill of a nmellng of the Major and txxo tte ptlhllcan county chairmen -Koeing of New Yoik nnd l.ix s.-ton of Urookl.xn al City Hall yesterday afternoon. Mr. Mltchel Htid Mr. K'nenlg have been cooperating, but Mr. Livingston "o" has been artlve In reprisal. Three , Hronkl.xn Senators; Laxvson, lockwood nnd Gilchrist are close to Mr. Llv-, Ingston, and their Introduction of vari ous bills distasteful to the Mayor has been attributed to Mr. Livingston's In-1 fluenoe. I About ten days ngo, however. Chair- 1 man Livingston' executive committee stronglv Intimated tn him that Iris course xxas not helping the partx It Il understood that xxhen he xxenl to I'Hy Hall yesterday he said be was, . , . j , . 1. willing to bury the hatchet and thai the Mayor gladly ass sie,i u, ine ceremony Hoth county chairmen, howoxer. In- w hM, would do away w-m, t.'ie ,-.,roers and substitute medical examiners, xxho-e chief the Mayor xxouM a.siliit Mr. Mltchel Is now convinced, it Is under- 't " 'V"'".. ' "'V terms lie Is likely also tn accept the Iss-kxtnoiUKIIonbogen building Inspec. i.i. .. r .1.. HAt .......... .. i. ..... In this cllx last Sunday it Is also Indicated that the chances of .., i,.i... ,jr(i ,irrtJ and c,:ntrl purchasing bureau hills are improved The Mayor Is supposed to have made some concessions to . 'hall in, in Living- still Indicated that Mr Csterhrook will not be appointed Chief Maglstiale for Magistrate to succeed .lohti ,1 Freschl. whom Mayor Mltchel promoted lo Spe. cial Session". He Is William Ulan, who lives at tn Avenue C and ha a law- olll. e at I IK Hroadway The scramble for votes for and against Gov Whitman's tax refnnn programme! has been visible in this citv In the past I xveek Comptroller Travis himself spent t to mm to argue xvitli their Assembly- men. Gov Whitman's agents have al-o i. , . ...... nr-rii hi w.irix. ii is nun cxnrrip.i m.ii WARDEN OSBORNE HEARD. Itnp t.eulslntiire for luiuirlnu lo- ilrtermliiHf e pnlriii,pa. Thomas Mott Ohoriie, warden of Sing Sing, sptak'ng In fax-r of n Indeter minate s.-iiten--e fo pii.it offenders, told un audience In Karl Hall. Columbia I'nl xerslty, last night that he isntldn't Imag ine why Ihe Legist iture wouldn't con s'der such a thing uide-s it xxas because "they are so buy pining politics that they haxen't time foi any real question-'' He called the present system of sentencing a thoroiik-hlv bad otic, and D- Katharine It Dax-" and tin- o'her speakers of the rxctniig agreed xxlth blm. 'I hax-e one then as warden'- s .id Mr Osborne, "not to gxe lh ;-r(sonera ,X good time. HOI lo coddle III Ili.l i.e. come seniimciiial al".iit !'..-... n turn thm oi.t beit.r than th.-x when they . .nne in. 1 to, xxeit. WOMEN STOPPED FRAUD VOTE. Hntchrrs Drove Many Itcpenfer From Tt-rrr lliiufc Polls, K-riANAIsn is. M i-h 21' Women wa'cheis at the pull 1 Terr" Unite1 dtove axxax ir 1 nx repeiir- accoiri-ngl I to tesllmntix g'ven 1. the election fraud i I '!:. here to-dav Ir Federal court. I I Sexeral negn.es irsitle.1 that the IXenio 1 rstic xole in the sixth xvard xxould I haxe been mil. h limei- In the last rice. I I llnu If the uoine. xx ateliers had not I bee. 1 presei.i Thex Inl. I of their rlforis 1 and successes at repeating I Clareiic. Stalk, ,1 negro saloon keeper, xx ho lias pleaded KUlltx, teslllied that Chief of Police llollei, who al-o has I pie tiled guilt), promised him "the gambling privileges for the Kagdid pre- 1 . 11 cl ' if he would gel out Hie rcglstra- BARS SAN FRANCISCO BONDS. Al.lixNl. Mar. li 22 Altoi- ev-i ieii.-ral Wootbiii-x- decl.leil to-dax that (he titv of San Ftanciscos bonds are no longer legal Investment for the banks of New York T' net debt of the ritv of San Fninclsco, ?:i:i,oii'i,inlfl. sliglit'x- exceeds j l"r "'e iissessed valuation 1 "f the real nml personal p miertx t the city, r-.2fi.ftim.0oo K.centlx the Mtv . Issiusl Jl. T.77 non . if buiuls, s i that there ''"' "" longer be nnj i,nestiui th,u the debt exceeds the I mil 1U.1I Ix the Nexv Vork Slate bank g law lor sav. I lugs bank llixestment fiurnoses ' A Moat Praclou Offering fiom th Old World to th. Naxv. F. CHAUVENETS Red Cap THE J Sparkling Red Burgundy OF FRANCE Imitated so axtanalvaly. "Refua Infarlor broda." Look lor th wards "Chauvanat Had Cap" an cayauta and nackband. 11 p, nmy , rn , i.td , n mere is none 10 me contrary. And putting all these reasons together for uki' they are worth, and considering their total value, in conjunction with the very lvasmuii It cost of Equitable space, we are justified in stat ing that the Equitable Building is one of thr. most economical renting propositions ever pre sented to the business interests of New YorL l.rnncn nmr beinp made from At ait I, inti. Equitable Building 120 Broadway U.S. SURPLUS WHEAT! 91,000,000 BUSHELS Va ; ports to Europe f'nt Fiir ii res -Jt.nno.non t5nslies i?eio- mn. 0TS AXT RATTiKV Dlinp' Wxsilivorov. arch 2! V te ment hv the Tep.rtnient of gnciilture Mu,. ,.. . .n r its tnnulries Into storks of -xhc, 1 the Cited State. I on March I tt Is Indlciied that c'm j ,,,rd xvlth a year ago there ate I "nix ,....fc. ... r,,. Jlti ..tvoit j i.nOrt.Ooft less In cuntrv null- and ele valors visible stocK. mat i". sion.s ... .w..,.. i .. J.nnix.nixft htmhebj less, thus m-iking a toial reduction In arparept eupp!'- lt.ooo.ona bushels ' Dn March I. 1011. there was sulll.-ie. t , xx c.t to supph do eti. peed Im food and seetl l.et,xe. n Mm I. I aid .Inl) I and I, nddit'on to haxe Jt.ono.rtno bush i cl- foi expo't during the r..ui montn and about 7ti i.nii.on.i inisiiep surplus to carrx In' Hie lifx 'ear. In otht word", on AI.i-.-h I a vear aco thc-e xxere 1 1 2,'i.in.OO" l-usliels In excess "1 home leqiitp inents 1 I'M Mat.li 1 this .x.xtr there were II- i ,iii... bus! els Ii -s than a ear ac Met xx ten M ir.i I and July 1 this year. ! there are l.kt-1) to be nhout r.,iirii..(i.." , bu-hels more seed xx heat titeded than last .xe.ir ar.d nearle S.iiOM.ftft'i bii"h"ls would normally be allowed f.'i Increased needs for f. od reiiutremenis reMilti-w from tin- )c4r-. n.-rease in population, tin this basis there xx.nild appear to be on Man h I about 9l.i.iio..i.iu bushels for' export In the next four months and cull" oxer, xvhii li i- .ib.iu' IM.'iafl. bushels lt-fs than the surplus a )ear ig- lllu l'.liorls of belli. T'- .xf.orts "I xvh'-i' . '.- 'id ' c il or i dm ng th I. air months Mar. 'i t !. .I'.Iy 1 lat year xxvrc Jil.uoo nun bushe s, nr ii. n r cent, of the year's xp iris. In the las' five years the exports hetxxefn March I and duly 1 haw axi-raged !S - I .o.io biishe's. or I", per cent, of Hie ax rag.- yearly exports j 11 XX.H1..I appeal, i-irrii'ii'- ill... I I"' I mini M,il. l" able bx rettiicitig its .arr.xoxcl lo a small anion. i- i.i r pert during the four timnih )lar. h 1 to Inly I this year twice the ain niii! ex ported In Ihe same p.-rmd ' .t year and treble the axenigt- of the last tic., x-cxrs Thf amount nf i--.ru on f,inn M,.r h 1 I !!."., xxas about rH .! I.onn bush. -. -r :il I per cut o' the i .r..p. .ic.-n-x..l tlji-.'. oo. i busi . Is. or !t. I p. r . ni . -f lb. IIi:i crop .in farms Mar. h 1 I'll a li. I l.-.'xo..-,,,-,.non bushels. l ' pe- . . nt , nf the 1 'i 'l r rop on lar.os Mar, li 1 . I'M.t. Abom Is, por cent nf the . r. .p ' w II be shipped out ot the eountlrs g'-oxxn agilnst 1 7 '.' per cent nf the !'" cr.iti and '.' I Pi i .-ei.i nf th. in: ,i i. slupp.rl The prntKxrt'On of th. r I t . 1 .-p w h'.-n is mt r, liai ' al. . I '. p. r cent , against o t p. r in. I!M". crop and p.r 1.1 .tt.iii' t I i l'it 2 crop The ani'.util of oats on farms M.i' h 1. 1."., XX UN ilhoul a71.".l.'l,000 hush, N, or !lt 2 per cent of lie I'll I crop. au-.tlnst It'., 17"! .'im hush. It, o-- a. 1 per cent of th- I1M.1 imp on nrtns Mar.-li I. till. .111.1 I'.l'l..'ti,n00 Pushels. f.l I '.' li pe ...nt. of Ihe I'll.' ...in ..ii faims Mar.'. I. Hll Xboil I'll per .rill 01 the cr.-.p will be -hippi d 01P ,.f tlie .oi.iitlet xvhei.. grown, .-iga-nst 2 . p.r cent of il..- m i crop and llo '1 per cent of "he I'.l'J crop so sh'pped llatlcx on itriii" Much t. I il ... ainoiiiiird to ahmit !!,!, mm bushels, 01 per 1. in or tne i-ii , rop agamf II i.'.i.i.o.i iitis'i' !-, or 21 s per ten' of Iho t'.il.'l crop on (arms Mii.Ii 1. fill and 1.2. 2:i. lino Imshels. or 2. x pi 1 . cut . .f the l'H2 t t-..p on farms M.n -li I. lt: I About t 1 per cent Xlil be "h ..t.e.l out j of the CMiintic-. wiii-i lirow . ik.ii--t I t per cent, i 1' 1' nil .... ,., - pel .flit Ol the l 12; crop so shlpp,.! Peace 1 renl x With llnssln II II 1 1 lie. I, , ahiiv.it.. -, March 22 Se retsej' Iti xan and Ambass idor It ik'nn- t. ff nf illlssl 1 .X hang.'. I to rl'ix l.tlltl. it,o-,s t ot the I . 1 I-. f- ' g ' t ' it. I twr. m 1.1 .1 si .1 ,11. ; 1, I 1 'tt X I.S I X h - b . .i r 1 SywHo; a goes SvTHFRF'JsaS mm) llTlie N(r Europ wVarpUl CM F ROBERT W.N J CHAMBERS L J A'AlL 0 eAppletonKtnnifxwvlK aTJl woKSTOKts Pjb.rrj NtwYosslB" ' Police Hills lii lie llriilinl At.nx- r. M in ii v i soli aimoiili-.ed t-dix Ii r , , xvere to be Intiodii. .1 i, turo at onto embr.i n g features of tho Law -on 1 a pension to widow, fn ' Il member of the t'irce i a l.enslnn unlfs hr Is Ii-m i . Inatton of the prnvl i.ii i , man must be tr. xr .r- .. h can bo retired Thr bent selling book in America The Turmoil I By ) Booth Tarkington I sr plct-ar.'-! Dir 1 umnil snH l. r-, t hat Booth larkinsdnp finite ax unportani in t1 ' nl ion's fjf x rlopmeni I'lkee PeV nr t.r I ,i Mountain Range I prouder of Inm .1 r must know I I' A N. Y. Tribunr ' I n ' rc.id with kren interest ore rnjomcnt Booth Tarkinp ton's The Turmoil I ir Oils IX thr tiff! nnxi! t' lit has written, and ip,r from its chsrm. it is ,i h , , that exery American o .p to read." William 1 I'hclpx. Yale Lnnersitx $1.35 net. I here l al-.. s I Inip I eallici I l.ln- Paper I dill. in al r I .".ii iii-i HARPER & BROTHERS SO TEMPTINGLY GODOi "Wlinlcs.. tn. 11. -'' ;or of llm llc.-ta'irai t 1' .Mitliiim conn- t.. im ,t tlrst tnvs.-lf " ,,,, ,. Ii-,1, lM. . a- I ', lOlllts. f.f IM.-il. ...in ; ninrinnc. pix-kcil auli f,.' " I bllV till' voi'lllt'l.- t' let v, t ho iis.iiragil- in , tliev arrive x-rie ami fuK "Our i hnf ktcxx- 1, . 1 ; kltfhen is .sxi... I , tnstv. xxliolesomc iI-m. - 1 prices ate tlio'mi-' ' "If villi liaxc 1 inc'I'llcs' x-. ii I r BloominQcialcS ST'lt 1 1 n. -I , x I ex NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS tut xi, xii , ixii 1 ni- Mr. I , up 1 1 1 vt until f. ill.-;. . w , 1 1 , , inn x. , ,. . t tltlhlOf 1x1 11 1-, - t IIAtt. x un st mini 1 111 1 - 1 Ir listen V 1 -i . 1. : 0 1 S it X , (I I , - 1; --! tout! All . In I .. . . . the l,lll 1 vl IIUIII I III. 1 I Ixt rds 1 ...i, iiM,i.,. A en ! il.i.. cu' m 1 - H 1 x IlltSIIIIII CIIIIM XI I I X. 1 X XI Villi II X I I II l III si lllllll I III I I 1,1 X x III lll.il, .V 1 si X X V 1 1 ' Private School' H I -ix el! not.. 1 I 1 I I is ci 1 ' lute X f-.'c 1 1 ii in'.- an Il Htlnn . ix. u ' li r 'I his ... rx e I'llble nrtiMlitn e 1 1 I I opci s. 1 oul I ... 1 0) 1 1 g I III xxrltlng gii" ' Grin tie- so Hinl Inl -I U x Ice i an lie ; l en aU1001..UH.LI (.1 CAMI' IUkl'x. I :l .Nas.i.u I X. xt t m -