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4- THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER JURY IS TOLD HOW NEW HAVEN ROADEXPANDED Intent. Not Actual Profit, Res! Q it ration, 8ay At torney for V. 8. BILLABt) M ROBBIXH ABE OFTEN MENTIONED New Rngland'i transport! tot H tlea ae th wen prior lo ! i ggoy'wero iii Polmipry, and tiin memiH by which tho New liovnt rollroad gtalain iwid i n Inereitei i from ' "' Hod lo 7,500 mllee nf sientu rallrmtde In the twonty.flvi yeari wlthnt emtnl it atoomohlp and t rolle j i - , were net fortti yootorda) eordlnii .. the hiory of the Qovornmont, by Bp As itanl Attornvy-i ieiieral Belts in Hp prooecu. tion of the oloven New ii v Ilrecton In the United gte ea P irlct ('ourt. Mr. Betta har. not yet Inlahid hti preaenta tlon. Aiueh i- tn, opening "i thi tl ivom. meut'M raoe, and mo) tahi all of today to soncludi . gjttmmod up. the contention nf the iiov- HlimOM in that Hie intent or I he ar- cued, oo mien ban of a coneptracy to gaonopollat ail the tranoportitlon foolll. ties of New England la f deduced from tin- manner In whloh they wenl about their work. Whore " actual monopoly wuh gained, they Intended to get one. and undlf thll theory the prose cution hat hemm to detail every ' the aetn Incident to the roneolldatlng of 165 or mofi corporation! during a period beginninaT in inn:', befor arty ever) one of the defendant! had thought ..r go ing on the Now Haven board Many gltlWMH lo llllliird. The one home to gtOIMl forth prom inently in the opening addreia of Mr Butts wan that of John I. Millard, mnl a clone eeoond waa that of Edward D. Bobblnn, one lime counael for the road, air. Kill ii.l received Immunity by Inn lOOthDony before the Intervale Horn. Dlrrrf i '..mm: :on. and i n. ' "ii trial Mr. Robblua is on trial Only IncJ. dentally vm re the li n othcra men tinned, usually 01 a group of director!. In detailing tie- tranifcr of the M :r -pi i.i n Btaomohlp Company'! aaaita Mr, Batts cleared no a myatery which at traeted eonsidciable attention at one time, in tin- pa pen of oa-Qov. John v. HIM of Maine, who died in Itlt, was found an . nv. lope marked "Thll doee net belong to me." in the envelope was a note for (1,(09,0 f the Baatern Seeut i .tea Company to the Blllard com pany. As collateral there wore 1,609 ahareM of the Haatern Socurlttoa Com. pany. No one knew how tins envelope mom into lha poooeoolon of the -trnor, who was alao Republican National eominUtaemen. Mr. Baita -aid y eater gay that tie' former fJovernor had or. Mlaod the Kaetern Becurltlen company I amounted to IS2,04(,1(1, a .le.-n , ,.r tor Mr. Robblna. 446(,(S(, leaving a net Income for tio- The Qoaloiant Attomey.tlonorol at tholyearof 11,(07,(71, an Increaae of I3.0K, outs, i told the Juroro that hi knew ho I o, 4he ratio of operating aspenaei to Way B",na to be long ml tedlOUl bojtotaj operating revenues was (7.41 per eau.-.- ..i tan Intrloaclee of tin- tranaac. I cant, a decreaaa of :: per cent , while tions hi .is lo si i forth li. beganlthi ratio of operating raponaoi and to eel fuith. H :-:.'. Unltod gpooauig Biui -wis.aiu ,o.o.i "w" i SHVni.J PinHmwii " j man act all'1 me "in:, iiiiem. m r, im was meaklng at 4 "i I'- M When Jj l:e Hunt ..IJotit ned court and he had taken j lees than an hour- riwaoo. Karl of the time aa ho traced New England'! f w I ties before IIM he labored into... wime dim blue prlnta, aunt on largo ecreene, I The Jnr- tried t" follow htm Judge I Hunt lofl tin- bench and leaned nvr. but they had a ii.ii. l taik ot it The livveroatear Theory, Mr. Batts laid at fie outlet Unit lae ghame eg tt! ml tht defendanti was of' areat:uK and maintaining a conepiracyi; to monopollai unlawfully ail tranaporta.l Hon sti am ra twey, Htiainboat and bocaua . .. ... aj- u'i,., ...i Ihul lha . ii, ernuietit ti"t undertaking to punlMltbo New Haven and of other corpora" dofendams for making pioper oomblna ta ns oroatod by ihom for t tie purpooe of tlana of rallrouus ; i at t. enorman aci ue written and as admlnlotered as much I encouraged proper combli itioni of bull-1 ROge . i.i. rprls tUding 1. 1. '.roads. It dUcourag in-1 punlabod oomblnu or bavins tbe effect of none it'i ndi i t monopoiia ion. Lille Ol l.le urunilllal ii. o. a " iii'iinai-u by tli. isitiNpiracy in laid, Ha-, hr.iiittw nil of the many Iran, poi lation eompanleo under one Inlluonoe, HO lhat tltiy could not make tbooo proper oomblnatlOBg which would bar lain made In Ihe natural development of bualmag or Urhlgjl reult'sl in Ho deotruetlon 'f tho-e proper com1. mat i.-ns whli . I . ready been made a the natural develop tnent of bualneae. Tin ten or twelve lystcnig in being at tin beginning of ibe ffort at monopoltiatlon wore them, aeivos moetly the regulta of somblnutlona eombtnatlona whloh had naturally nnd projierly grown uti In reaponae to buol news noeda and whloh furnlihed effl lent and oompetltlvi meani for the trana portation eervlce of New England The effort to monopolise which fol lowed brought about ati abnormal condl tlon. disa; trims In Its format 'on Ip manv of the aboorbed aompanlM ami their atocki oldem and dliuitroua tit.aiiv to the iM.slil.M ,t rlia mi in ii-. lo. the defendant! ai Ihi prii pal meani for n,.....llklili,ir 1li. ir inoln.!ioll-it!e fleslunn. i t Doootlog of latenti The aharge, sa d Mr Hatta, wis eon-1 , ireaaurar wag Qrover C. itieh epliaty to accomplish certain monopolla. ! .,n young electrician or Portland wh tie rwultn. Thou reaulta win In largi ,,' u da and expemn to oomi to ggeaaure accompllahed but guilt under York haa put hut name to a II,! - this charge was determined more by ! 0( ,aw.,.: vrr.ut waa Intended than by what wa-- accomplished in determining Intent. however, the Ml Is could be considered. primarily every perwnli aupwaed It han 'Intended that wl loh bo hu done , , I(Q the New Haven ra road ot,-1 eralcd .. bou 1 1( nules of i all, ad, he it., be,..- ii wni "i actual competl- JlOi with lit,. of !ea,,ibo.,ts to ail Itn - portaiii Ww England 'to and with ten pr eleven team Mllwnyi tor tbe largent part ,.f the NlW Bnglaild Inter- statu Iran- 'tall..., hualnena, At the time ll, ,- mil .luiv of this district be- gun its Investigation laal year operating or bad an Intireit cat. ration of -ill but ona pf the Mi 11 was: hi Ihe I w Eng. land rallrn Ida nnd bad . on'rol or aim eontrol of all other important lines. The . I total mlleagi under Iti domination or in- tlueuce wa- about 7 . f.llll inlleu It bad Iso by ownership or Stock cpn trol ur bond ownership or control pf wharves , r by control of railroad oonnofl tlons dnniliiailng Influence over much the largest pgr i of all steamboat Jlnoi to ami , from New 1:1 glind porta it had (liu gubatgntlally nil th- trotloy Jlnai ol Rhode l and, a large pert tH the trolley lines ... i .... 'taut and heavy Intirea It. the iro. by l.lii'S or S husetts. t, aiio had hold ngi re. der ng ll oxoaod. hWly pow. rtu in dir.- tllW trolley de- Wlopmenl I., ihe state of v.w The titi-nt nf Ilit- ii ti'inlMiitn v.n- not ., be in. au'id .I.-,,' by results, said the i.,.1 w..it h. ih., ... n, ,, . : i aboul th.se raiulia I,, kiallng th evldin hi i ..w Bhall," i Id Mr HhII "certain deUlll v.,11 be s v.e win.-., wpuld 'el be ulher- w!-, important to ii.ii, m- tc.i Hut de- foiidanii hud ii i ii . .in-. .. ne,. i.r th? i, ..nil i ii. . i nf their acts -for thai s. t. ua)i"is ure IIOl nidi. le. I li.-. aime tbev ejyrii Inc. una of thi New liaVOR, DUt 1 NEW HAVEN DIVIDEND NOT YET IN SIGHT Chairman Elliott, in Presenting Annual Report, Com ments on Improvement in Gross and Net Earnings, but Fears Court Orders of Sale. I. iul.' hnp of .1 rUmptlOn for "onie lime or dividend psjrlMIlM on thr utoclt of tin- New York, rf(W HaVttl mid Hartford Roilrood Company in iwM out lo th ItOekhOldon In ti.: atimml r- I port fur IIm . e l - oti.iod .lime Id, 111 i Tiir total debt of th company at the PWOIIH time II INMMNi which moan I Hint for ivory floti of (tOCh tho notntiany imh $jih of debt in his n narln rocnrdlni the dloldond outlook Howard Klllott, Khalrman of I1w board of director. ii.i t . The tlmt throe tnoiuhs of Ilia cur- n Brad raar kIiox marked Improve. m- i n tbO mrnlngh of lli eoniKinv. both nm Hurt net, but your dlractori Hm m conolder tht doclaratlon of any ilvidond until inoy art aaaured of ibo pormMOfll flnniii'lng of tile rumpanv. Toe amount of tbo pooalbli lo.-'s in tho nie of the propoftleo that moat bo old by ofdor of t tn- 1-Vitcrni tViurt. tiie niotonoo of tim laitfo floating debt and the need of money for maklnjr liu imivenientn all uff.vt (he ublltty of tlie ' company to iay dividend. "It i hoped mat Hi valuation of i t lie iiroi'eriy of tha company now he- I Ing conductod by the Intaratata Com ntofco Commlaalon win result tn an in croftftd value over that now Itlown 00 the hooka and lo that latent will OlfMl :in K'l". in the aatl of tlii- propertie. thai must ho eolil under the decree of the 'ourt. IlirMM in Net i:nrtilim. ' Prom July 1. Iltt, to .lime 30. lilt, tlie pro pert) haa paid to Iti ownen In dividend ft 1,1 16,0(4, During the w no period it haa paid In wage on Hie NlW Haven and lubaldlafy pom pan ill, the ntt oarninga of which helped to make lip the iliviileml fund (caeopt Boston and Maine and New York. Ontario and Wntern), (401,4((,ll.' Notwithstanding the gloomy outlook f ir the pfooont for divldindl on New Haven ItOck the IncrOOM m the lot irn logo of the eompuii doting the past flioal year and the roduotlon In rspinaii hoi lieen itMii.irk-tl.lr. The net Income of the compatiy shuwi an IncrOOOO OVOI that of 1914 of ft.Mt.Md Total railway operating roVonUOl Were ((,(T( n n . a die nan of It.OTt.ttl fr.on i ll. hut tli. total railway ooerat I Ing t'pt ' nr. of (i 1.136,691 showed a le- . . I (,10(,(S(, Thll li ft ISl.ISt,- j (t( for net revenue from lailvvay opera- j Hone, a Kain of f 3.033.UST over a veal ago. The rallwa) operating Inoomi of I tha Now Havm for the Baeal year juat ; paaiiil oral 111,(90,101, . (rain of ((,(((,. 1 710, The total operating Income wool I 111, SOS. Oil, an Incroaie of 11,(11,111, The total non -ope rating income of the 1 property wan I(,ll5,0(ti a dioroaio of I 11,161,(71, thll being laru.-lv due to al I falling ofr in dividend Income, which lamountod to 1.0(1,S((, Tho groai tn-1 e waa 114,(17, lit, a gain of l,((i, v total deductions from nr...- incomt lain t,, t-t operating ie.nuo. n.b I cent. I'll, 111 a oil Loss. The profit and lo-s etatemeni "f tb . oinpany shows thai the balance brought forward from June :t. 1914, was l,. I1S34(, While the balance as of June ; i. 1 :i I . bad I u increased tn M,7((.9(4. 1 in bis general remarks to the slock I holders Mr. Klllotl nays: "Tbe last two I yeari have been the most critical In the j hlotory of the company, and there tine been difficulty in maintaining Iti In- ib. i knowingly participated tioiigs dime in int name i a unlaw! .ii concealing ui.inwtui nets Mr. Halts aupiiort li'i here went Into details to onlentlmi that the criminal intent was to DC judged rroin in.- mi Iheinaolveo. He Inatouoed the New York in. i Sew Kngtand Railroad, npotl. tor, ih.- ..tock of which woo domorollood by billtn. harsuiK resi rirtionn and a ios-' of othor tlitng" He msik" of the New York and Harlem toad, the eo- railed "Coroglr" ggroomont, by which It win- arranged thai the BogtOn and Main- i Rnllrvad ehogld have no oompotltkm noj far as the New Haven Wlil cotieerued tn I til- ac,Ulsltion "!' mails north of tbe Unit on and Albai y. while the New lla ven wai to bava ivery thing to the touth. Mr. Halts gav" In detail the Govern. mont'a Interpmtatlon of (acta connected w ith a g-ient many of the oongolMatlona, Including tbe steamship eompanloi tl was when lie reached the MltropoUt It line deal that be came to the name of Mr Hillard and Mr. Robblni He Bald tbat all "involves nn unprecedented j detail of tortuous dovtouanen," which! eapreaalon made even Mr. Robblna amlle ii., on., riav Mr. Batta said. Mr Itoli- bitn iii ua Ing out a single sum or money I uied throe uifferent bunks, Bve dlfferentl .'nits, ten different dninlls mid nine different ohecko. in order to ooncoal Bl! I on.) of the corporation! mea in Ui.ir. transaction was organl.e.l ejppeeiaiiy r...- ii,.. t.nriH.Me ..r ilawlnir one check. I: wa . i ii- New i inaland Securities I .nil- The proieoutor not oikAo of the Bill, ,.., . v ,u, lh iuston and Maine ,, ,ll'.1M.,.l,d , the u dlevs He f ,,,, wl,,.,. a trn..y system pUrcHaeed rom lenator Aidrlch and Khode island for Ml, 009,- worth, he laid one. ?nth ljt atnotrnt, and declared hli I"""", '"'" ," "''"l ,-" monopollie mi traneportattoii at what. over ooot. I The defendants In tlie CAM followed cloiely every ihihg said by Mr. Halts main ol ineni ',,- no, o.i.-.i.iis irwi tho ileal.- were inane, out nay niene i neverttteiem, Mr itockereiier nui noi leave bis place all day and t'i others era equally attentive. MAY CORRECT INVOICES. Important Hollo li .Indue Mayer In Leer Cgao, A ,,.1,,,, of importanci to importer! I ww ,,),. by judge Juliui M. Mayer of ,,. ,.,,, Hlut,.H u.,,.,,, r,m venter . , broughl to conflscato a . .. of'!.,.,.-, from I'lau Hermany, which ,,, , , ,'',1,1..,, .V, , ', , u- h , ,.tlv ; M , , ; consular Invoice was found m eatlmate "? v"luo ",f '"" K"",lh'" '' T'' ' actual markei price Lnla nonitltutod H technical violation of thi t lawi, aa tho acoeptanoo of tlie value In tlw ''otixular Invoice would have caused aWMI In dUtlea, I ohdin K u Wished to change the price In tho Int , but the Uovornmom refuged tlila privilege, Judfo Mayor ruled tint the uonoam wag antliled to make the change and 1H? tltllffll the Uovurnuienl'i alUt. fgrlty. In tiie list annual report yoj were fully Informed of the term! of the proposed icttlement with the United states Qovemment. Tine uttliment waa oniirmed by a dOCPM of the I'nlted States DlOtrld Court for the Southern Dlatrtct of New lork entered Octobor 17. lilt, and the BOCUritlll were tran.i flrTOd to the trUOtOOO appointed there under. Sliu.s tlon tlo-se trustees havo I been in ex. luolVO eontrol of the roogOC- nve proper! lea, namely, the Booton and Maine ltailroad. the Connecticut trolleya and the HhOdl I -la nil trolley,,. ' Sin. e J lly 1. 1(11, there lias been a widespread depfOMton in business, affe. t i: t adversely the earniiig power of your property, for example, th me revenue compare! ai tri-f m fin. rut - 1 s fol.ows: For i 19, 1911, T9, I tile Vilir eli.li-d .lull SI,T(0 i f..r the year ended June 9, 1114, 1(7,6(1,(91 1 for the year end 1 June 19, Kit, IS." ,179,1(1. "This bUalnoiM depTMOlOn has also af- f acted all .f ihi wbordlnati properttei in which your ram pany Interootod, m that the raturmt to your ..iiipany from these propoftleo for iii.- last year wen (4,7(1,610 leal than for the year end ing June (0, I'M,., and 11 138,4(1 lew than for the e:ir ending June (0, CM I. This large dot ren-. to earning! and In- emu, inudo neceoaory for thv company 'to rotronch In OViry way. liuring the ear OOVttlnUOtl! iTorta Were maile to al"pt otndenl methodi ami eneour nge e.oiiom -al pta. There was a . total MVtng .i' operating; OOPOIUMO of (,19(,((( rompared with a loss in oper- ..tll.i- ........... j nt ' IITl I". u 111 a., Increaae from "railway- 'operation. I of (,9((,9(7 ttedtietton Iii BopoMiea, Mihniikh there waa a reduction in . xpenooo for maintenance of way and i 'tin lures at.-! for maintenance of equip mottt, the property has been well main talned during the pant year and Its trio k and structures are In better con dition than foe several years "On June no. 9t(, the floating deb! of the company In the hands of Ihe pub lic was 1(9,1(9,990, Including 1(0,999,. I'lill i tier tent gold notes of the New iii. gland Navigation Company, due May !. 1917, for which t'i New Haven Com-I pany, an the only Itockholder, must be responsible. Thv company in the last Iwo years has petit for the protection ; of Its properties ihe following. 1915, 13,(74,9(9; 1(14,(7,(19,919. This total, 119,(93.999, lias been obtained from earn-, it.gs, from the sale f property anil j frwm cash on band In spite of these large atal unavoidable . Rpendlturoo, by eXerolllng great care and pOOtponlng Oil I Improvement! lhat could be put off with saf. t. the debt in the bands of the pub ! lie of the New Haven Company, Inctud leg th.- New England Navigation Com. I pany. lias been rodu ed ilnco July 1. li". 1(34.7(9; an Increase In 1914 of ((,. ((4,3(9, but a decreaaa In 1 fi s of, 13,6(9,999." Prom July 1, 1993, to June 111".. the company has in. re iet its eapltal obligation! in t'.e hondi of tin public 1994,493.790, while in Ihi mum inriod I it has increased He property ((3,971,- I 491. i: girding tin s.iie of the company1! I I proportlea undoi the PVderal deoroo, I j .Mr. Klllotl says: 'Tnik-r the .lecree of I I the federal court some aecurttloa must' be s..-. i.y January l. 1?1T. some by! July I. 1917, and th.- remainder by i .lull 1. 1919. The decree, however.; ipiovi.be that tho court naty extend tl.. i time for a good cause. The ICuropean I war started after the Agreement WOO 'made with the Government and ban! angod Rnanclal condition! in the whole n id to euch tin extent thai it would em Ju-t for the company to have are tune within which to dlapaoe of. the Variouft enopertlt -. 't no lalao can b made on a reaeonable bail! within lb period now Bled bj tlw ...int At Hi proper time, it ihe properties' hive not been sold, the management will nppu to th. court for an extenelon of t me" BONUS FOR ARMY AIR MEN 'WHO CAN'T FLY' Officer n Tfstlfj ul Court nittrtiul nf l.ii iii.-i ul. Ooodior, RXPKCT rOXOMKSK TO ACT Han Kravciwo, Oct. IS. Testimony i itartllni rehtttve to condition! in the aviation section of the gignal Coris. of the army as to Lad military men to pred.et Congren will Inveitlgate the ti- Uro aviation service wan given to-day at 1 lie- court-martial of Ll0Ut.Co!. Lewis K. Qoodlor, Judge advocate of tic Wist irn DopartmMt, by army aviators. Two army olBoorg oonveriant with aviation maltorg tlgtlfled that certain Onicera of the aviation notion who draw "Hying" pay, or a 3a v-c cent, increuse of regular pay. for naaardoui work could not operate airoplania at all a condition that on.- of Hie officer! ibar- aetorlgod m "graft." Abooluto Ignorance of tbe neidi of tlie service was charged ugauist tlie oommandir of dan Dligo army aviation school i Capt. signal Corpo, aviators haw PMtlmony Art line s Cowag of tbo undir whom ms military gone to tin Ir deaths, was preaented that ("apt. Cowan and Co, Hamuli Rbar, ohlaf of tin, aviation borvlve iu Washington, played favorite! ill seicctUlg and re- Uilnlng olBcori for aviation duty and that merit counted nothing against the personal favor of thesu Ofllceri, and inoi" particularly Capt, Cowan. CoL Uoodler Is on trial for trying lo Incite oftlcero to prefer chargei agaluat I'apu t'owan. The testimony sol forlh that 'ol. Ooodler, as judi.rc advocate, gave advice to the offtoori who preferred charge! agalnal Capt Cowan charges that never coma to trial, but, according to two WltnoaaoO, BUVh advice was given only on reqUISl and tho advice dill not lend lu make tlie OlUoira turn agalnil Capt. nowan. UlOUL Byt U Jones, U.J firm army Offloer to attempt any thrillers iu the a r. I. stilled IhUl ''apt. I'owail had been drawing "Hying" pay since .Inly, mill, WhOII he was not capable of taking a I machine into ihe air alone and never did in to JoniO'l knowledge. .lones teatlfled 'hat t'owan and Opt , Keber did not want independent minda ; Under llnlll. He said he once HilW a letter written by Cowan to Keber 'n : Willi li I owatl sai. I. "i c II have I knouk Honm of tltuno youuifMttfri in the I ic;h 1 1 'i lirt p lilt in lOWI)i" "I" WOl'lIu lu tlial uffi t Joiicm irddM) iiiat thorc wai nnothw ofRMrfli Ctiit, William U PatUrtton. who drow Uii pa) (f an aviation otfloer at tho Han PligO H hoo. nnd who dfti no! know how tj fly. M'CRACKAH TALKS ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Let tuirr hi Third Church Tolls of Its (Jrowth and Siir nificancc PRAISE FOTt MRS. EDDY That the union between seienee and religion has been establlehed by Chils tlnn Seienee; that to be truly religious means to be truly (ClintlflO, and that to be truly Bdentlfll Involves being truly i lecture on religious, was the Import of Christian Seienee delivered last evening at Third t'liurelt of Christ. Scientist, by William i. McCraokan, C, s. B., a mem ber of the Chrlottau clinoo Boord of I .retui eahlo. Is th ro a IHJ woo saves ami neais, Utd If Ihori is, Ii there any tangible pioof that He has answered the ery or humanity In the past and is ready to hear my cry tO-dO) 7" asked the leeturer. . i tontlnulng he eald i "Chrlttlan gdenci answers this ery for help by offering practical proof that taero is a way out. and that thll way Is the way of Christianity and of s. lence. ' it Inatructa humanity how to umloratond Ood and points to the Iriefutable testi- mony drawn from the lustoiy of Chris tianity itself, that Hod's saving and healing groco is aver road) to be show- 1 end upon His faithful follower" In nil ages In answer to their right thinking and obedience, it aaouroa ii"- doubting questioner that tlie way of (alVatloU ll traced b) th.- rlngei of ami that tho ; sound of the still, small voice .lireete ''" Wi,lk lhat w Not It plained I mil Koooatlg, 1 But until the middle of the nineteenth I , century hud been passed no on had : been able to explain the ever operative law, equally applicable iii thi pall, the preeent and the future, which oorrelated ! ' the act! of the patriarchs and prophets. I of the gieat RgOmplgr, Of the dleclplei and aiHislles, and of tne early Christians. to the acts uf those who in 01016 in Pn 'times had been able to dotttonetratO 1 1 bid's ever Wtlllngneaa P. save and to heal "This great discovery was leserv.-d 101 .Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Chrlgtlan Science ami auth ir if Its textbook. 'glen 06 and Healta. With Key to the Scripture-' Finally there had COUM some one who having experienced physical healing by spiritual means was not willing to rest until she bad found its principle, demonat rated I'.i present availability and made it a. -cessiblv to ali mankind "In her wors entitled 'Miscellaneous Writings.' p. lit. .Mrs. Biddy telle us bow while lying disabled by an accident which was ronaldered fatal she colled for her Milile and on opening it at the ninth chapter of Matthew read the story . f tin- man sick of the pals." nh was healed. She tells us that as she read the healing truth dawned Upon her and she rose, dressed herself 'an. I ev,r after waa ,11 better health' than (hi bad been before. Thin was In the year lMbi. nearly tl f yearn ago. "Tot three years after her dhtcovery of the healing power of principle Mrs tiddy devoted her life to the working nut of the science which should make this healing available for mankin I She searched li e Scriptures, using the Bible as lu r only textbook, and heate 1 the sick lo prove tlie correctness of hi conclusions, until she had demonstrated : beyond the shadow of a doubt that tlon is as powerful and as w illing to be ll the si. k to-day as lie has been in agea pa-t. ami that His i.,w of harmony l perpetual, unconflned by time or ipace World In Debt " lr. I .ld. . of till "To do justice lo tin eraat and good woman I Wol would require more time than 1 h ue at my dlept a I in - thb tbe Iccturi '..rbl SiltTti It I" de. '.are I ll 1 1 an never adequately repy owes to Mary Baker Kddy. the d. lit ll At the praoonl tin'" Ohnatian noience w found In all quarter! of the gi .1..- an I la ateailll) growing In favor with thooe who hunger and thirst after righteous ness and arc willing to obey Qod'l com- nianda "A few years ago there uiosl to a good dial of dlacuaolon In books and periodical! about a supposed irreprea. slble COnflll't between rclell.e lllld re ligion. Very little Is heard of this sub ject at tbe preeent thne becauio imbltc thought i- slowly b it surely accommo dating Itself to the favt that religion, iu order to lie worthy of It nam.-, muat be aolontlflo, I e . it muat be definite, let and demouil ruble "The conviction la alio gaming groan. I that IcIcnCO, In older to be worthy of its name, muat not merely concern U self with effect!, but mu t alao keek tool., plain cauaatlon, muat be able to g.vr lomo aatlifactory definition of the lirst cause, of the lourca and origin of all things, the creator and controller of tlie unlviree, of Qod Hlmoolfi in other words, that science must concern Itself wl'h religion I a tttO la I nliihtlabcd. an Science by Its very name Indici lei that the union between aotenOO and religion h ll been established, that to be truly religious meani also to be Geo.C. Flint rtnrl r.j.h O TABLES OF OLD AND NEW DESIGN. Tables of every kind, for every purpose, at every price, and guaranteed by the Flint & Horner Trade mark, famous for over Seventy-five years, may be found in our First Fall Exhibit of the combined efforts of the two oldest Furniture Houses of New York. In diversity of styles, the collection of tables which we are showing among our new patterns ranges from massive library pieces many of them especially de signed for combination with the large fireside davenport to quaint little work tables, "pie crust" tables, and other fascinating reminders of Colonial days. FURNITURE, DECORATIONS, RUGS. Flint 8 Horner Co. 20-26West36th.St, Newcbrk TWENTY HURT AS TRAIN HITS TRAIN IN TUNNEL Mystery in Set Brakes That Stop Brooklyn Rapid Tran sit Cars and Lead to Rear End Collision in Flatbush. i TWOItty pirOOni Wore injured, four se verely. In a rear end eolllslon of Itroo'a I lyil Rapid Transit trains last IVOnlng j in a tunnel ju-t Mil of a cut near the I Woodruff avenue station In Klatbush. ! The first train had been stopped by tho application of imirgancy brakes wir.i.. two ears were still in the tunnel. The motorinan of Die other train said he wan unable to avoid the smash boCQUOO his (tltOTgjOnt y brake! failed to act. Both trains were well tilled with peo- pl returning homo after their day. work In Manhattan, Nearly nil of the I passengers were tumbled about in show ers of broken glMa. As the lights In the ears went out after the eranh and the passengers bad lo grope their way out In the darkness. some of I lu Injured. 1 : The Injttl ll lnclud MeLBRRB, BUMBH :". or, ii aiaei. ttrt Kika ii It lerk, 37 kvel.il- rtgitt I,..,, ampu tetld. Taken :o Knots I). (TD, - it i II I li. r a i'..utitN uoepitai. elerk. 1114 Beet Rreoklyni riht - iractori of thi 1 wrnty -foon h etreet. auk!" pralii aid : ' I fool FULLER, CMAAMM I . Beat (evinih itreit, Hrt i managir, ' .k'.yn. left riii-. i rnetnrtit HB1 KM MM ANTONIO, IT NlW ll road. Platbalhl right arm 101 I0d .on- tusian. head an. I beJ. . PAXTOX, MM, B.i 11 -' shsep.hen 1 Iter road l"tt arm end l,.,ly DTI teed anj I raes . lit lUtt.siiN JogEPH, i:, f"l Beat Tntr- 1 H-enth ItreOt. Brooklyn; fractur .l left kn t an.l right sl'ir Injured. ,.i of ihe Injured excepting Md.eene were taken to their I nines. Jusl a.' a s v. car train Of the Brighton I Beach line was approaching the station, which Is located In a deep cut. the wheels , bit Into the rails, and the train stopped g etlddenl) that man) of the passengers wi e m arly .lounied up. I wo 01 me ears were still in the tunnel, and tlie paoeengoro norvoual) peered out of the i wlndowa. . moment ..iter a five car j ttaln, bound for Coney Island, in rharge Of Motonnan B'li)alnln Ua Ulnar, bore down upon thi stalled train. BOUmgB -aw the r. light! on tiie rear car and tried I, )am Oil the brakes, but they dldn'l work. Tlie train etruck .tli grial for. e .mil ihe platformo f -ta.le.t train and thi the last ft'st ir of the .. r i 1 1 .0 , ,ruiy iclentific an i that to b.- truly s-- entitle Involves being truly religion- So It is that Mrs i;.idy oecwrea in in.' Christian science textbook concerning :!,. most rellgloua man of whom hlotory ,aa any re oni. .lesu- or .-ai.iretii, inat he was also -thi. moat scientific mail "N rnNi-tnoo, Cict. IS. Thomas A. that ever tr...l the globe.' il'age (IJ.JS3.. ; r.d:son arr.ved here late this afternoon, It has not boon cuatomary for the n3 eOcoPUon committee greeted him world to think of thai great and tool ''V1 'ts parte at the Oakland Mole man In that particular way. Vet if I n "h Mr and Mm lidisoi, were Mis. .... ..,,te.. ihe life and works of .1, - i s l ' ' Miller, Mrs. Rdiaon s.M.-r. and as preoontod to its in the gospels we : must come to the coni luelon that a man w ho thul thnt nf K uld p. rform thooe worki muat hlll't'l la! . I- (li ffAfl I nlMJ I llKlU'l. ftflj il Rtoo tht- H-'icfit j rllffton whit h ACCUSED OF AUTO FRAUD. II Its,' ll ... II I Ire 'm.Ii.-i. d VII. i- I a riir i naoronoo i inim. 1 1 vti' I: lis Wfi-t 11 Till Mutual Aut' irmerly of (11 at.d lew of tie hange i 'ompan) street, trtniorer . . f th Kxobange i 'ompani f Wesi FMfty.nluth vt reel Brnadwa) I 'aed 'ar K at Sixtieth etreet and Broadway, was In. dieted yeeterda) for presenting a faloa cIhiu on an Inaurance companyi Judge Nott in General Meneloni fixed his bad ai 14.000, He will be arraigned to-dav. The charge agatnxl Roeenaon grow nut of an exploeloi and Uf on Ihe night of May 16 las, m It .-ens m'l premise- lb- bad at that lime . I Imuranei on liis stock, lit 900 of which waa in till Ktre Anaoelaiion of I'liiladclphia. Roeenaon. it la charged, tiled a proof of loss W.lh liilwin I' Wile, as utnler writer, for 19,16& (9, ll ll alleged In the Indlctmint that Roaenaon clianged entliOl In bis books and that a 11,360 car he swore was in the p remind w is not then tbat night. FASSETT IN BELLEVUE AGAIN. . Is cliopnl b le Ward lloiiml of I nliurela. t Iter Luwrenoe T i" National Produci taken to !! lb vile three daya after -seit, pre- dent of tl e i Company, who was Hoapttal on Saturday , ho bad been declared sano ny supreme i oun jueltoi leoro, waa arralgnid ynterday in the Harlera police isnirt on charges .f intoxication and dlBOrderl) oonduot. lie made a mx hour tour of Ihe cabaret, of the city Pri day night, It wai barged, and refused to pay Ml taxi driver The dispute about the tall WA! settled out of court, but K.isseit waa returned t. BollOVIM for the third time for observa tion as to his sanity Co. FINER Co. moving train WOtO (gilt Ilk! buu..-hes of kindling wood. The shock Rent passengers spinning from their ec.its. Window panes flew into a thousand PlOCOO. Women and ehlldren shrieked, and men weie pain, ky for a time. Darknees added t. the terror of the moment. Then the passen gers began to understand that nothing more was going to happen. BJII III MotiOOgO was. standing on the 1 tear platfoiTTi of the Itrightou BoOOtl j train. The Coney Island tram popped out of th daiknesH oo unexpectedly tiiat he didn't have lime to eave hlflMOlf. 1 1 Is : right foot was caught and eut off. Ambulance . .ails Wei ,- sent In and 1 tt aiensi-n i n . . , . . : . i . , . i oi IJI"' OIIv Island Hoapttal, 1 T ilota"r of the Mtbo drst Bplacopal Hospital and Dr, Truboff of the Kings t'ounty HoopltoJ reopondod. Before they got to the station, however, the poooeoolon of Injured had been itaried tniough the darkened cam and up the station stairs out of the cut. All tin,, wtio were hurt were paaooilgefg Of Hie last two eais of the stalad train, liven Motorinan Haum.in of tlie moving train escaped injury, oHBoUgtl he bravely stuck to his post. After tlie accident it wan found lhat the brakes of the flrat train were net I ard and fast Motonnan Michael Lyons said he couldn't explain It, aa he hadn't eel them. III. sail. n,',l Willi I , p In nil I Ion Neither th" poii. .. nor lulitani Bupar Intindm: ..f Traniportatlon t. k. Bliwltt of the Brooklyn Rapid Tranall wai sat-i-rled with the explanation of Motorinan BaUman of the train that caused Hie Iroubli that he couldn't stop beeauoo of dllReult) with the brake He waa taken to the I'lirkvlll" pr.cinct gtatlon. but wai later permitted to go. Traffic was t ..I Hi' completely from 9:19, the time of the smash, unlly 7:30 o'clock, and then a shuttle oervlco wa in gun between thi I'roepecl Park and i the riiurch OVOOUe stations on ea' h side ; of Woodruff avenue, The regular e'r i ice was resumed at 8 o'clock. During the i.io.-kade emergency tickets I to the surface lines were iMUed ami passengers WON able to get t i their homes without much delay. There is no block system in the tun nel, the HMtormon dt ponding upon tiie I. ghts of the train ahead The tunnel about 3. .'I f.-et .org and ,s .i c lively light In the daytime It s a very dark holi at night. EDISON AT THE GOLDEN GATE I. .-o I a III Kan I ra lie I. .., Will Vlilae In Ills Honor. lie Billy lbs., tin- inventor .- private eocn - tary. After tin- formal reception Mr. Kdiion bad tlie remainder of th day at Ins own dlapoaal, which will be the . until to-iuortow ingiit, when tin plan for thi Illumination of ibis city and Oakland will be put into effect. It is expected that the Illumination will be the moas novel and general that haa ever been attempted here, WOMAN COMMITS SUICIDE. Brother mu. .i Wile Whs it. War. I nrrlcr'a llcapoiidcnf . .Mis Mary Honour, wlfi or John Bene (ur, a furrier, of 4( West Forty -tilt a itreot. oommltted aulclde by g.,s yeetir i afternoon In her apart inent at ((OS Broadway. . was found d,ai by Uharlei Uappol. Benaufa clerk,' who wai .-. :.t uptown with a key to the apartment lo fetch his employer! iviglaaiia. Uaupil atnolled gaa ,u soon as a opened tho door and vailed Ur. HutvJiln ion Of S1 West lnTth street. Twoot.i.i pbyatolana cum. aa well aa an am i-iuanc,. surgeon ai.-i a pulir...;,.: cr. ,i . n it Mrs Benaur w-as I., yon. i aid w.im said that she haj lost a brutlv tl;.- war recentiv. W ill lei "ii Ooabaord Merger. Idsrs of the gea board A - i. . will bold a i-peoi.,1 ii ee ne .,: rttockht Railway 1'. terabur ratify tin , Va.. on November I I lu uniting of the compum w .:.i ths i Carolina, Atlant ami w eetem Rail way nnd al-. to approve a : i :.niiaonii.ooii in connection w.-h i aulidatlon of the two rompanh - Striking Features In Next SUNDAY'S SUN THE SUN is printing each Sunday an unusual quantity of finely illustrated special features. Among those for next Sun day are: THE BUSINESS WOMAN AT EVENING SCHOOL An interesting and helpful story of what ambitious young wage earners are doing to advance their careers. In THE SUN next Sunday. FIGHTING SENATORIAL DELAYS New attempt to limit debate and to end tactics of obstructionists likely to come up at the approaching session. WORLD PEACE AND CHURCH UNION Novel plan to celebrate great Protestant anniversaries by helping aloiv important world movements. In THE SUN next Sunday. THE PICTORIAL MAGAZINE Among the beautiful pictures reproduced by the photogravure process will be: Grandchildren of Presidents. The third generation of the Wilsons, Tafts and Roosevelts. Here and there on Europe's fighting lines striking photographs of the great war. Busy days in the American Embassy at Berlin. The American occupation of Hayti. Views of the interior of the luxurious Bankers' Club. Double Southampton wedding. Beautiful country homes. Striking scenes from the current stage offerings. In THE SUN NEXT SUNDAY Order Your Copy T o-Day BANKERS CONFER ON NEW FOREIGN LOAN MKMI AtltlitioiiHl Credit With Anjilo-Frrnrli Knvoys Still Hero. GREECE MAY GET CASH Conference! between bankets and the remaining representative! of the Anglo Krench financial commlnelon continued yesterday. The discussions were largely regarding the supplementary credit for (ireat Britain and France. It in be lieved that tu thla new credit the London and l'aris banks will Issue acceptances drawn on a syndicate or banks in tins OOUIItry, It was said In banking circles, j however, that nothing definite would be I decided Usm until after the arrival in England of Ird Heading and the imnv :.ers of the commission who sailed 00 1 Saturday. Baall i'. Blackott, Octavo Hombert and Maurice Caaoenave, preiident of lha National Hank of Haytl, were at the National Cltj Bank yegtordoy dlectmlngl the matter of further credit! with frank , a. Vanderllp, prealdent of thai Inatl lutiou. At the offlcei .r .1. P. Morgan Co. I It was Mid that lUbocrlPtlOni to the 1(09,909,999 loan were being paid rapidly. Money for the Ismail wan OOlngl offered b) the puidlc In amount! that were vet gi tlfylllg to .1. I'. Morgan & i'o. as agontl for the managers. Numeroui application! for 1109 and S99 tsmds were received, slowing that the lie, .Is WON Intoreotlni the mnall In vestor It wai ha ,.e. yesterday that 0(0009 might be able to secure a I "all ill tl, s country BhOUld sTie take th' side of the Alii.-. Aii international banker said that Oreece had been MOklng loans in this country since ir.e beginning of the wai gnd had been Ul able lo MCUN tlletn. He Intimated that in cae Orooco saw flt to return Venl90lpl to power and follow bin policy of actively siding With the Allies a loan could probably b1 arranged. st rllng exchange was conatdorably tronger yeeterday, closing at 4.99Vi for demand and 4.61m, for tables. Thi compare with 4.i!v' for demand and 4.991 for cables Saturday. Krancs rallied, Cloolng at -". v:,i, for checks and 1.(4 4j for cables, ugalnst a proVtOUO Die I .".mi., and 1.(594 reauocilvoly. Italian tire advanced from 9.41 to 6.3.".. winie ruiiVs declined from lit to H3. Marks Were lower, closing at s'jn, for elghl draft! and tt for cablea Tiny were quoted on Saturday at (I (19 for draf's and S2;'s for cables. Austrian kronen (Old at 14.79, against 14.(1 on Saturday. RESENT MOURNING BAND A . I luiiinn A "liiMtn-Zr It ii ii ii" To. rite Ikom it. 'I'll., following loiter haa bean aent to the 9taatlXlitung by the banking firm of J. ic w gellgmatt at i'o Hpgag Sin. We repeal for your benefit what WO IhOUght we had made abundantly clear In our statement to the press on September -'", namely, that wo ai" not llermnne, nor yet ilormnn Americana, but that we are unuuallflod, unadieol ivad Americana. "While li .', leaders of the gtggfO' il e , We at'e 1 1 I ill. I I 111 III liri.-Mll III lhat then- waa no mourning trdcr in! the middle of your front page when Am, -- .Hi ohtidron and Amertaan women entitled t' the sympathy nnd protection Of evev' true Ameri'-an Were, together wltli their fathem, husbands and b rot bora, deliberately and hoartleaol) murdered by Ihi linking of the Uual tanbs. "Th it black mourning border you i-etn to have reeerved tor Amertoafl baukeri 9eeklng to render a dloltitervoted service to ilie.r country b) helping to keep iis Imluatrlea going tlmough craalita m Iti foreign cuatomera, 'Thts lei;. ahould be pubHahod in the nan. prom a -et place on your front page .- yotl eelooted foi Ihe mourning btrl - loll g firm nine in your burnt il i i t. .Lei- ll ' MISS MOTT OUT OF VOTE FIGHT Break! beeU Bon l light of - In lull stairs. CoLVMnt'l, OhlOi 0't. II. Miss laabi . i in Mott. oi'gunlaer of the Womati'6 . -- Dial 11 '', lias been compelled abandon lier -peaking lour p boholf loual suffrngi becau-e iif a broi , I.i,.. in-. She (ell down a flight stain in tin homo of it. .t. M. Kec of thll city, where she was .i gtteit, r'rhhty nig il Ml." Murgarel Whi' la r place. n e ! to Jlsfor TTr iY cinTSJVompcmu Trustee for Pereoael Tnuti Fifth Avenue & Mth Street Now York DIRECTORS VINCENT ASTOR. OP.O. P. BAKER. Ltuirmaa I ml N.tloul Isab STEPHEN DAKER. rrrtlileia Osiik ol Ih. M . h.".. Cs. NICHOLAS DIDDLE. AMoff Layu GEO. D. CASE. win a Cue. AnsfMrs THOMAS COCHRAN. rrciHlent LltsT N.noa.: n..k HENRY i. COCHRAN. V icS-rr.tMl.nt E.C. fSJNVI RSB. Ft-,iaei JOHN I. DOWNEY, loil.tlng Coaeructksl M. ERIEDSAM. W,i l.ni II Attmsn A' Os, ROBERT WALTON GOELKT. THOMAS HILDT. .ip I'mldest FRANCIS 1. MINE, 1 r,uMsl r.rtt N.tlonsl RANALD II. MACDONALH. Vks-rnildasi EDGAR U MARSTON, I. - St I O., : . CAT Is W. McGARRAII. i-. 1 St.. tunic. I M-.c. K.el H..k tiH VRI I S A. PEABODY. netiei!! m .iu.i i i- j ........ . vs. D. B. POM I hoy. Vkr,tlcktsl r . ... . Tiuii - WILLIAM II. PORTER. I r. m a Co.. iiuiiri st.u AHD PlttiSSER. 1 naikel L.n..,i Tieet Ce, DANIEL Cm. 1(1 II). Heinil f, . I "in. 1 K ft LHHIC.I AS ROBINSON. H-.l 1 . -It ARCHIUA1D D. RUBOdLL, ALEXANDER H. STEVENS. .. l'rc.J,at CHARLES L. TIFE ANY, Tiflany Cu. II. K. TWITCHEI L. - i t-. i Itnucsl n.i i s.ok THEODORE N VAII . lt,fc Anwon.li I . t. I- fa. ALBERT II. w K. (.IN. .,tiaesi , HOUeel hs. OFFICERS E. C. CONVBRSB. Presidenl ALEXANDER ll. STEVENS. Vice-Pre idem RANAI D II. MACDONALD. Vice-Presidcot HENRY J. COCHRA.N. Vice- Preeitltnt THOMAS HILDT. Viee-President BARK LEY WVCKOEP. Cashier JAMES R T ROW i".i In .n. Secretary CLIFFORD Wll MURT. Aaaialant Ca.tiirr LELAN1) S. fTILLMAN, A,. ,t.n. Ifiretery Interest Paid on Daily lUlan.cs rnlfrilii tiu'i .it I total ran IpUi i:trn Hoii., ) rU.iy W9lt of Wtllch tO&ftl&. wn ft ti.T-i..ini.M- tthdniwn fPm bOfHlff ,i rfhtuiiB ami f 1 7 1 , 11 5. f' I for re in:oruit:6jn. lt. H Home-Happiness Some men will actually iurt' tell you thut next to the Lady c the House the kitchen is the root if all happiness. The Housewares Department . Hloonungiialcs' seems (trongly to iavor this opinion. So pgriej is it diaplay of kitchenwure! Cooking utensils of atuminun r of agate in royal gray, white or blue are attracting special ttrt. tion for their quality e' tn moderateness of their pn is. Tlie need of new IdtchinWII lnnild at once suggest the H- wares Department at U a a S M, . II , ,i' . . J-ht v I A sit t i.i JFV ' 1 I 5 ! !