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THE 'SUN, FRIfiAY, 'APRIL' 7, 1916.
12 til BAFF MURDER CASE BEFORE JURY TO-DAY AWchicllo, on Trial for His Life, Hays Police Beat Him to Get Confession. KUM'UISES OWN LAWYER UlUitpp Arlchlello. on trial for his life on a charge of murdering Harriet fluff, a Weid Washington Market pout tryman In November, 1914, will know hi fate to-day. J untie Shearn, In the Supreme Court, Criminal Term, before whom he ta being tried, will charge the Jury thin morning. Couniel made their .final arguments yesterday. Arlchlello took the stand as his only witness and recanted two confessions he made to the police and District Attor ney Swann. He admitted that he had ela-neil some documents after he had hern taken to I'ollce Headquarters, Hy vxuy of explanation he said he was taken tn i cell In the basement of Heailquar tors', where he was beaten" until ho Hgi-crd tn tell any etory that would tun! to clear up the mystery surround Intr the killing of lSaff. When the cnt-e opened yesterday the defendant was called to the stand by hli counsel, William O. Kler. As his nutation were put to the witness It became apparent that the lawyer was surprised at the Minivers. The exami nation hail not goti)' far when Kler asked the defendant If he had flint at or killed Hafr, ns the confessions showed. He snld that he had not and tli.it he had never killed a man In his life. He kept repeating that he had been tieaten Intu lying ntsoiit himself, ns being u member of the party that went down to the market and killed Ha IT. Hy way of explanation he said he had told a atory given him by Detectives D Mar tini and Hanutio, who had arrested him. At the end of the case for the defence the prosecution called policemen who wore the prisoner had voluntarily told his story and that at no time was he threatened or beaten. Counsel took only a short time to re view the evidence. Arkhlcllo's lawyer referred to him as a "rat without the slightest semblance of brains" and said that Carmine dl l'aolo. a witness against him, should be a defendant, as he had been hired to shoot Haff. Assistant District Attorney O'Malley Insisted that the prosecution of the de fendants under arrest was the opening wedge to get at the bottom of the con spiracy to have Haff murdered. The mm really "higher up Is yet to be caught," he tmld. JEWELLER TAKEN AS A FENCE. Ahr Oabnff Aeeaaed f Itrrrlrlag Hl.OIMI I, nut. Abe Dtlhon. a Jeweller, K6 Chnystlc Mrart, was arrested yesterday afternoon In his store by Detectives Dowd, Asslt, Downey and Manning of the Itrooklyn Detectives lluteau, who charged him with receiving stolen silverware and Jewelry amounting to about Sl.fiQfl. DiihnfT protested Ills innocence when the detectives visited his store, but he was taken to headquarters nevertheless. According to the police the arrest of DuborT was the result of certain Infor mation obtained last week from Harry Lefkowltz, who was arrested last month on a charge of robbing a house at 1339 Dean street, from. which about tl.non loot was taken. The police said Lef kowltz xvae prevailed upon to tell not only about the Dean street burglary but about ntbeis. The tollci also said last night that Mr. and Mrs. John Preseher, SSt St. Marks avenue, Itrook lyn. hail lilentltieil some of their silver ware In Duboff's stoie. which was stolen from them on February "7 The police were engaged last night In making an Inventory of the $r,n.00l worth nf silverware and Jewelry which Puboff hail In his fhrystle street store. LEAVES DESPONDENT NOTE. BrnnUI) nltr Thought tn Have Cuni mlllril Milehlr In PI tt slninc. I'trrsBt rsi, April ."My last words to )du are that I am out of work and going hungry. I cannot stand this life nny longer. I cannot even get .1 cents ti help me pet anything, and every place 1 try to pet I am turned ilown. Your -on is down In heart and ready to end this hard, no mvnunt life. "flood-by, mother, and nil. Never to pee ou again. My end has come, linod bv , from our sun," This typewritten note nddii e.-od" In Mrs. Oeorge It. Uriel, 9S Carlton ave nue, llroolvlyn. and signed "(Seorge I!r til" was found to-day in the Oliver HulVllng. The police believe the writer dropped the note hoping some one would stamp and mall li. fienrse Krtel was !ir xears old. Ill) went to fjerrn.tny to live ten e,irs ago wltli Ills father, a ictlred broker from St Loin? : his mother and two younger i....tt..-L !.. t I l.'pftf 'Pu.. . a . iiluilllie. .1111"! .ii... ..... ........ Inter the father died. In 1DH Mis. llrtrl letunied to this country with her two nunger son and went to live at the llrooklvn address, tSenrge IJitel remained in ijermany until two months ago, when he returned, but did not go to sen his family. Mis. Krtel heaid from htm by mall, however, the last letter having bscu written it week aan at I'iusburg. Alfred Uriel is employed III tho I'hcenlx National liank. NO WILL, BUT LEAVES $1,000,000 nnlllmore Woninti I'lilluvva I'reee ilent of Wt-Hlthr l'anill. Dalti jioi:i:, April fi. The late Kllira Jenkins, It was learned here to-day, left r.o will, although worth $1,000,000. In failing to do so he earrled out a custom of the Jinklns family which allows the estate to pats to the heirs at law. Her father left no will and neither did her brother, Michael Jenkins, who died lust September From the estate of her brother Mlsi Jenkins ieielve.1 morn than ll.noo.uoo ns her shaie, The entire estate of Michael Jenkins was worth about 3, 500,000, anil It passed under the Intestate laws of Maiylanil to his sister, llllza, and his brothers, Ucorgo C and Joseph W. Jen kins, Jr. Members of tho Jenkins family art lib eral coutrlbutoi s to Catholic chuichcs and charities. 3,400 NEW MEMBERS WANTED. Meretiniila aaorlatlon Take Steps li Double lid ,at, The Merchants Association mill launch a campaign neM week to double Its Inemberslbv, which It now 3, 400. Tliret bundled memliPih have pledged them wives to devote four mornings to the xvnilt, If the campaign l tuccessful two new bureaus are to be established a legls Istlvo ervlo liureaii, to protect the c'ty's Interests In Albany and Wash ington, and an iii.ln.itri-.il buicau, to bring niiv Industilei, to the city and i.afrguard tlmsi already ertnlillslied here. In a similar campaign four yearn ago the asaoclatlon'ii membership was In creased from 1,400 to 1.40U, AD FOR "HONEST HAN" TRAPS ELUSIVE THIEF Kv-Coiivkt, Five Times in Sing Sing, Called Hooming House Robber. Although he has served five terms In Sing Hlng, William Toepfer, a young German of pleasing looks and person ality, has made a specialty of answering advertisements In newspapers calling for "sober. Industrious, honest and will ing" young men to work In furnished room houses. Yesterday morning one of Toepfer1 Job hunting trips ended In the Yorkvllle police court, where he was charged with grand larceny. The police havo received nearly a hun dred culnplalnts since last fall from rooming house keepers. Kach one said that a young man with a Oerman accent after working for them one day had dis appeared with articles belonging to guests. The Second branch detective bureau has been Hooded with reports of his activities. Detectives Curley. Scanlon and Pen nlson Inserted an advertisement In a newspaper yesterday reading: "Wanted Honest, sober and polite man to work In exclusive furnished room house; must be clever: call at 64 est l'dghty-fourth street." At 7 o'clock the detectives were aroused by a ring at the door of their hastily furnished apartment at the ad Vfrtlsed address and found Toepfer waiting at the door. "I'm a graduate of the I'nlverslty of Berlin and 1 wouldn't do this only I am rather short of funds at present," said the caller. "That's enough for me," said Curley, and the young man was plnced under arrest. He said that he was 27 and that he lived tit Mills Hotel No. 3. In the Yorkvllle police court Toepfer was Identified by Mrs. Jane Sherman of 7!9 Lexington avenue ns the 'nun who went to work for her on April 4 and left the next day with $1,000 worth of Jewelry. Maglstrateiltarrls held Toep ter In ll.r.on lull for a hearing to-morrow. The prisoner admitted that he has been convicted five times and sent to Sing Sing. He got out last October after serving four year for burglary. BANDITS GET $15,000 IN HOLDUP OF BANK Move anil You Are Dead,' IVnusvlvtiuia Cashier Heads on Cheek. CannonhrI'Iii, Ta., April . With more than a score of detectives scour ing the 'Wooded section surrounding Me Oovern. a small mining town where sev eral abandoned mines are located, It Is believed that the capture Is near of two bandits who entered the First Na tional Hunk of Houston, one mile west of here, about noon to-day and, after levelling two revolvers, at Joseph K. McNutt, cashier, took lir.,000 In cur rency and escaped. The money was In a vault, and with It was about l:'.0" In aold and $1,000 In silver, which the thieves left. It Is believed that the fugitives have secreted themselves In one of the aban doned mines, and u nglit Is expected. That four men were Implicated In the robbery Is the theory of the police, who have learned from several persons living In the vicinity that two men were seen speeding fmni the liiink In an automobile Immediately following the robbery, and that the two hmd: bandits wire een miming up the street., "I was standing at the insider's win- dow about 12:15 o'clock this afternoon," said Cashier McNutt, when questioned about the robbery. -Suddenlv som.. 1 one tnoved a slip of paper about the sire of a check under my face. "I glanced at It and read the words, 'Make h move and you are n dead man.' I looked up Into the mtuzle of a re volver. I was taught. The man entered me to He down on the tlimr behind the window, and there was nothing else to do. In the meantime the rubbt r's confederate, whom 1 had not seen, came In through a door behind the par tition, while the first rnbbei held a ctin at my bieast imd the second went through the vault." STILL FIGHT MARINECQ. PLAN. Ilolilera of oninion Murk Want l.aruer Share. Wall Street evpeet-i Interesting de. vvoiine.iits as thu result of the oppo. sltlon hj the tomiimn Mock holders' com mittee of the International Mercantile Marine C..in,my to the plan for the reorganization of the company that has bce.ii submlttiil by the, preferred stock holders' committee and approved by tHc bondholders' committee. Ilersons In close touch with tho Wal lace plan say that provision Is made for the preferred stock holders to ie. reive loo per cent. In the new stock to b Issued for their present holdings and 3S ier cent., or approximately $0,;'js,. 000, In warrants In lieu of their 140.- 000, nno hack dividends. The warrants under the plan will not be redeemable until utter the second mortgage notes have Iki-ii taken care of. While the preferred stock holders will receive lf per cent, for their holding-. 2u per cent. In now stock Is provided for the common slock holders for their hold Inge. Dim Indication that the common stock holders' committee will fight the plan, It Is said, la Ihe fact that the com mittee will soon Issue a statement of the turnings of the comniny to April 1. 191!. showing that they were bet ter than was expected, It Is understood that the common Mock holders' commit tee wants more than the Wallace plan has provided for the common stock. HARDER M., K. & T. FIGHT NOW. Ontrnl Trust llrtlrea as Trustee (o Prrsn I'nrreloaiire. Kdward Cornell of Davles, Aueib.ich & Cornell, counsel for Ihe Central Trust Company In the foreclosure proceedings under the llrst mortgage of the .Missouri, Kansas and Texas Hallway Company. Issued the fullowlng statement es,.rday In regard to the retirement of the Cen tral Trust Company from tho tiustec. ship of the property : The appointment by the I'lillcd states District Court III St. Louis uf the 1'nlted States Trust Company as substituted trustee for the Central Trust Companv under the first mortgage of the Mlssouil, Kansas and Texas Hallway Company was made upon the application of the Central Trust Company of New York. "The Central Trutd Company pre. sented Its resignation to the court and asked that It be accepted on the ground that It desired vigorously to prosecute the pmdlng foreclosure suit hiought hy II nu li-ii.!.... nf Ilia cOn k..l 1 .1 u I ...i ........ ( .... ........ v ... ...u . i..j.,.a 11 iiiui , vnffn it fhe. eallu'uv I'lirnnii n v nn.l H.ui Ills duties therein might conflict with the uuMi'rriiii in ma urei mortgage, "The I'nlted States District Court ac cepted the resignation and Immediately appointed the I'nlted Suites TniHt Com pany iiuliHlllutcd trustee, and at the same tlmo denied the, petition of li first mort gage bondholders' tomuiltlee to be al lowed to Intervene In tho foreclosure ult." SANDING CHICKENS MAY PROVE A FELONY Swann Orders Prosecution. Af ter Conference With Other Officials. A widespread Inquiry to discover If Vanded" chickens are sold In tho city's markets has the sanction of District At torney Hwann, who yesterday conferred with several department heads to get at tho facts. After the conference he said he believed there had been enough done to permit tho prosecution of certain wholesale chicken dealers on charges of felony and that he would assign one of his assistants to get that Information In shape. Those at the conference cstcrday In cluded John J, Dillon. New York State Commissioner of Foods nnd Markets, and H. A. Kinerson, general manager of this department : Joseph Itartlgan, Com- mlssloncr of Weights and Measures of New York, and I.uclus Pol lirown of tho foods and drugs department of the Health Department. The "sanding" of chickens Isonly done with live blrdn nnd the real complaint comes from the. middleman who has to buy his stock alive. A chicken Is nent to Its destination half starved and at stopping points a prepared food Is given which stimulates the appetite. Then n paste Is given which fills up the crop and in wiilcli Hre snivel, pennies and coarse sand. Thus the weight of the live bird Is maintained until tlellvery.to the marketmnn, The retailer or the m.irketm.-iu who buys has frequently complained that he did not cet his money's worth and In consequence the consumer suffeis. MISSING WASHBURN CAUGHT. Alleged Kt.OOO.OIMI Hvvlndler rested In llnlllninre. Is Ar- HAt.TiMonr. April ft. Charles D, ion, anas i uanes r. wiisiiuuru. win Uhneiiretl Mewr.il v-ear ur-n ubitii ot financial swindles, lias Just be? rifled Here. lie p, accused of gSVWlg under taie pretences Kon from Mrs. Maiy K. Connar at whose house he hail been living recently. Washburn opened tin Investment office In Seranton. I'a., In 19n. and soon be came known as a financial wizard. Thousands of dollais were given him to Invest and the town went money mad. Then Washburn disappeared. The in t year Washburn turueil up 'ii Itlchnuipil Hill, I,. I., and after he had aci eptcd small amounts from some of bl neigh lots and doubled their money for them In a few days men began hand ing lilm large sums and Imploring him to lnvet for them. Then, without pre vious announcement. h left the town Ills profits altogether were estimated at f l,00n,t)0ii. A warrant or Wish-1 burn's arrest was Issued in Newark October .11, 1!0, at the InMancc of, Augustus Wlgg of Newark, who accused him of obtaining money under false pretences. In 1P10 Washburn, under the name of Sheldon, opened an oltice In Montreal. He remained In the Canadian city until Investors got a warrant for his arrest. Then he disappeared again. G. S. DOUGHERTY WINS SUIT. Action for !!(, mill Dummies III. inneil Ity Ciiurt Snpietne Court Justice Donnelly ycs-lthe Ifida.v dismissed the J60.0O0 damage ult biought by James '. Oileleio against 1 forine" Deputy I'ollce Commissioner I iicutge S. Dougherty, which was based on statements made by Dougherty con lerutng his reasons for ousting Ortelero as hl cnfldentlal stenographer. .ss :,inl Corpoiatl'Ui Counsel Price asked the couit to dtsinlss the complaint on tin i. .iuii-1 that the plaintiff's own stn'y Jii.-t:tied Dougherty In ousting lilm for alvtr.ictlng ottlce documents from the otllce tiles, in granting the request Ju-, tlce Dnimell sail: "I am thoroughly conv .need Irom the testimony adduced by the plaintiff, especial. y from the pliln t'T's ow i' testimony, that Commissioner Dougherty was Justified In liavirtr explained- when lonfronteil with the com plain' of the defendant exactly why lie bad it-sed the plaintiff to resign." Ml Dnughirt expl lined to the friends who cong' atulali-1 him mi the sudden iniling of the mi t that the alleged con versations testified lo liv Ortelero, In-1 volvhig the late Inspector Itilssell mid nthcis. never tnnt; plate. "If he hid had such cnnveisaiinus I would have dismissed film Immediately," said Dougherty. "If be had spoken of going to tlie District Attorne.v V otllce, I lice ,1 'rW h'C would have (promptly sent a livinbi the Police Department there with I would not perm't a subordinate to ills cuss the business nf the I'nlke Depart-I incut with me In the way be claims to have dune. I.vry statement he made on the stand yesterday concerning con- versatlons with me was a falsehood," i COFFEE BOARD CHANGES NAME. Mmnr liicltided in Till,. n f ,'piv t oris i:chaime. The hoard of managers of the Coffee IMliaiign lias changed the name of the CM'lllllge front the Cnlfee Lvchange of thcii'lt.v of New York to Ihe New Vork I'nllei and Sugar lehrfiige. Tin change Is a r. Mill of the big market in sugar here line the war began. When trading In sugar futures was In augurated on the exchange on December LI, lull, theie was considerable specula tion among the members ns tn the plan's success, The foreign demand, however.! due to the curtailment of Lurope's sllp-J rnsnls from the l..st In. II ply uf sugar, has created so active alt I 'Sc. May at U'je., .lur. mai'Uct tliat the board reels mat all doubt Is past as to the continuation of the tun eonunnditlcs together on the exchange. HONORS AMBASSADOR FRANCIS. f'tiHinher nf Cninmeri't su llntrr 1 11 1 11 si .lules llnls. David It, Francis, the new Ameiicau Ambassador to Itussla, who Is tn leave fnr l'ctrograd next week, and Jules Itols of France, who Is visiting this coiiutiy on an ecoiioiulu and Industrial 'mission, were tho guctds of honor at the monthly meeting nnd luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce yesteiila). lesolutioii presenled by the execu tive eoinmlllie was adopted urging mote siriugcnl regulations In Issuing motor vehicle licenses to add to tho safety 'hf the public highways. There were also a number of reports from ciriunlttccs, THREE EXCHANGE SEATS SOLD. I'.ueli llrliiB lll,(l(l Price 11 1 l.nst Trunsfer Ijlllil.til'O. The following Stoi'k Kxchango mcni licihlilps cliHiigeil hands yesterday red hands yesterday: ifAJ '.'".. 'I""hi-; at IIS'.. The Interns ool; lo lif.,ci' 11 Mnin ,i,UTUni Mereii nl lie Mar n shares were J ni 1 1 'WronK. buying being .Uinulalid by predle. ge Melllck nf Carlisle tlons of an early seiUeiuent uf the enntrn. I'Munril .1, 1 11 son of ileorg .W Co. Willi the addition of linger D Melllck, Carlisle Ai Melllck now havo seven II1111 mcmbeiH on the Moor of the exchange. The linn iIoch a very laige islil lot business. Chin Ich llarlon to Hubert W. Wlnnilll. William A. Uiyback to Herbert N Llbei man. liich of the sixils sold for fill, tint), as compared with a price of ICU.Ouu at thu last mil. FIGHT FOR EARLY RIGGS TRIAL TO OPEN TO-DAY Hunk Officials Will Churgo Plot to Drive Than Out of Federal System. Washington. April 6. Doth sides In the ftlggs bank case are preparing for a contest In the District Supreme Court which will tnko place to-morrow when a hearing Is granted on the motion of the bank's attorneys for an early trial of the three bank nftlclals under Indictment for erjury. The arguments will produce frank discussion of the allegation that Comptroller of the Currency Williams has practically decided to refuse a new charter to the bank In place of Its pres ent one, which expires July 1, except on condition that the directors remove tho Indicted official, President Charles C. tllover. Vice-president William J. Flather mid Vice-president Milton 1'.. Alles. Tho principal argument of the bank ofllclals' counsel will centre around the suggestion that delay may work serloua Injury to the bank In that It might force It to withdraw- from the Federal reserve system unless It is willing to part with the services of Its principal olllcers. Di rectors of tho bank are said to havo made up their minds not to accept the conditions tlxed by the Comptroller. The only new development to-day was the statement by District Attorney Laskey, In charge of the Government's case, that when th suggestion for an early trial was made tn him In January "it was only Incidental to a very unusual request on the part of the defendants, the carr.vlng out of which prevented until February 4 even an approximation of the time of the trial." Neither Mr. Laskey nor iunel for the defendants would disclose te-nlght the character of the request which the .Dlstilet Attorney regarded as so un usual. MOSQUITO WEEK, MAY 1-8. Health Department to Mart Clear hue t lly of lesl. Dr. Haven llmersnu. Health t'nmini loner, vestenlav officially designate!! the week beginning May 1 as mosquito week. He told inembeis of the Inter- state unti-iuosqutlo vi'iumlttee, who met In his office yesterday, that the Health Department will make a special effort to enlist the cooperation of New Yorkers In the campaign for the extermination of the mosquito. Kugeno Wlnshlp. sanitary engineer of the department, exhibited a Jar of mos quito laivw fiom whi-h lie said he hoped , In breed mure than u million ino-quitoes for demonstrations in the public schools. I Lantern sildes showing thu development, nnd growth of the iinqulto are being, prepared for u.-e In public lectures, I "If we can keep this work up for a ear or two we can make New Yoik' prartleallv free of mosquitoes, ' eald tho CiHiunliolouer. "The expense Is trilling nnd the community will find the money sp-nt returning fourfold.'' TOO MANY SUBWAY STAIRS. Municipal lliilldliiK onm-stliiii Caused ti Tlii-m, hltne. A report b 1'ublie SirvPe I'ommis- sinner Whitney iecoinmeinl that the second and third stall was- ftnm the soulherl.v nid of Ihe Chambers street station of the New York Consolidated Itiiilioad Companv be n moved to relieve tn- congeMiou mere . mrmg ine rusn I Honrs. i ne in'cisnm i nines as a lesiiu nf a complaint by '. II. Hud against servlie maintained by the lompany In Cv press Hills. Commissioner Whitney sa.vs that Im- mediate tellef must be had Inr conges tion at ihe station, which Is under the Mtinlclpil llulbliiiK 'Ibis congestion Is due In part to the blocking of Hie load ing plntlntm by seven slnitwavs which. In (nniieetlnu witli the columns siippmt lug the Municipal lliilldlug, create stu b mtrmw aisles as In prevent the frie movement of passengers the length of the platform. It is estimated that the rosl of eliminating two of the Mulrwav will be about tl.uOO. Mr U'hllnev llnds that the overcrowd ing of trains from Cv press Hills results in a pinctic.il reduction of servlie. The reinedv. he sa.vs. Is mole cars and ac cordingly ihe inmpany l directed to avail Itself of fifty car that have re rrntlv bien dlM-atdcil by the Long Island Railroad. Wilson Lends llnuliea in Poll. 'I hr .Vol loll atiunllllii result nf a poll or It mi!1!! on thMr ! prefirilicisi for I'ri s'dential candidates. Theie were II, ls choices cxpreM-ed, of which l.rriT weie for Wllsiin, for Hughes, ST ! for Itocvelt, 3.V1 fnr limit, tin for Til ft and 1M scattciiil among Iwinty-s'v eaniliilati. IRON AND STEEL MARKETS. , v,.r ,, , , mr.mB..rail Hull Mini I'.Mnler. upper wi strung, hut ipllel yr-lmiJV The lurce.-t Interest is repirtnl to have I alltraets.l s pr cent nf lis entire nut put up tn .tune utid .nine lthern! ssles hive been lll.nle fnr .lime, ,llv and Atlgll-t de. livery Mnrs birrs evpnri business wis re ported III prnspe, Cleclrelytli innlluues In sell al "7 . -I lc fnr .lune and nt 1 Ji In! Apr': .111. 1 Ma while for war! posiinnis are held hi CTe b lurce proibi'i rs Tli price, .ire still "linled by secnii'l hum!. Ameitcan ele. troltlc at I.nn.l.m rsi ...led 11 In 13.'.. tin. llrst elniliRe In ielt Malnl.ir't was illich inBed llxports reported ycslerd.iv were 743 Inns, III a 1 11 1 to I'rince, I'm whs nt.'. nil strung in all ponlllnns, wtb prices ItiKlier abroad Hpet at New Yrtrk I. seiirt'e ami quot'lble Ht r,l In u'n' , but the demand ts light. In the open inurki-t sllmle Inn bits were nfTered at ri3e. Kiirehfn limits were ie hitflirr, but It llllli lilt in 111,1 Ho siles April slilp es were offered t I4le unit July ,11 41c Tin et 1 he Welsh I'rluee wh. nfWeil -it Mc Vprll pnsltlim wiis strenir and dlftb till tn buv lllitier spot prb'i. The I.ninbnt unirkei was up (1 nu spnt Strlt.s tn fiOZ, spot standard adiariied f and future st.nnt.llil (I .'is The Singapore mar ket res" i:. with sales uf :.'in 10m al flU 10s. I.e.id Was dull Slid e,ssr Willi freer offerings for prompt shipment from the West at TTe liast St lauds Single ear iois id New York sob! at e The leiiidnii nulket advanced 11 011 spot and futures tn (31 11 11. 1 fit 3 fis respi etll fly, tspeer was hi urtlve deniHiul and flriner, with more -sles of second quarter delivery ill lil. iilTc. and third quarter t Jfiijc prll I- scarce and strong at 17 11 Isi ., and scut at IV, c. Cast SI. f.nuls. May Is salabln al IT'.c. June at Iti'ic. atid July st tsUje HI. l,oul London ml valued 11 on spot and future to (93 and (93 rrrpectivrly. I niisnlldnled I'.ietiHnge. There was llriiiuess la the market nn the Ciinsiiliilated Stock ICvcliHIige ilurhlg lbs greater part nl vestenlav, it 1 1 Hough there were some Irregular reset Ion Inward tho close. The activity In I'lliclble Sleel was imp of the f c.i t ii rc. pearl.! 111,000 rhurea nf t!it ctnsk rliatigltig lianUr. After vpenlng at !!', iniehaiiKed rnhn Wednesilav's clnslUK, and early InachliiK '.'2i, It loan tn g;, but It closed at !0',. Tliere were a number of nlher sburp ml vmiees. Mexlcini I'etrnletiai bad a run up tiiiicn ti 111 iiciru Hiieiiioin. 11 nppneil HI 111 T4 . i nt a 1111I11I abiive lis efn.llir nn tVedliesiluy, reacled In Hli. ami then ruse versy between tho varlnuii fHctlonu in Irremed hi the reorganization. The ciMuniiin. after npenlng m 'J(ii.j, rose to SSi utid clnseil nt I'l,, widle the pre ferred, from all npenlllK Pllce rif 71 S, ad value, I 10 J7'n and rln.ied at 77. I'nlted Stales Industrial Alenhnl opened hi IDiPi h 11 mernlKht linproveinent nl , nf h pnlnl, reacted tn and then ml Vlllleed tn I701j, bill II cbisrd at ISI. Alining the "ivnr stiii'kK" American faien. nintlve and Haldwln t.nciunntlve. were peelully linn for a time, but they reacted later, 1 . I WEARY OF STUDY, BOYS. PELT THEIR TEACHER Old Tomatoes Thrown to Put Knd to Instruct1 ion in Hebrew. I'rof, David Frcund's ptivate class In Hebrew and other languages gave their beloved f 7) teacher an Impromptu shower on Wednesday night. It was it shower of fruit, vegetables, eggs and other such delicacies not tho sweet, wholeeumo kind, but that other kind. And I'rof. Frcund was surprised com pletely. In fact he was overwhelmed by such Uianlfcstatlon of his pupils' regard for lilm an he stood on the steps of his home, at 714 Sixth street, thinking over undent conjugations and declina tions with which to regale .vouthful minds on the morrow. Tho professor eonld not dodge the tokens, for his private pupils wein tiue. In aim nnd determined that their teacher should get all they had. And they had soft tomatoes, puttylike potatoes and other things to bestow. When their ammunition gave out the pupils, lied, with the profefsor In pur suit. A .policeman caught one of the pupils, llyinaii Ledertlnd, 13, a neigh bor of I'rof, Fremiti. Hyiu'iau appeared In the Children's Court yesteiday and was paroled by Justice Mayo In the custody of his mother until next Wednes day. That's all there was to the shower, except that the pltter patter was ac companied by the announcement In a boyish voice; "Weve got you now. We're tired of studying Hebrew and w don t want no more of It. DAYTON LINE PLAN OPERATIVE. Knhn, l.oeli X Co. Will Xovt Carry Out nearuanlsatlnn. Following the depaslt of a majority of the it-quired bonds of the Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company thu reorganization plan for the road which was outlined on February 1.1. 1910, was declared operative yesterday 1... L.-..1... I ....I. r .... ..... ' ' i't wim u- .:.".,....''! ' !'... . r.....' r majorlty of the first and refunding mortgage 4 per cent, fifty year gold bonds nf tlie company, the genervl mortgage gold bonds due 1939, that had not been sold to the reorganization managers and the first mortgage 4 per lent, forty jear gold boiwls of the Plqua ntid Troy lira m il Hallrnad Company had been turned over to the deposi taries. The time for receiving deposits hai been extended to May I ." In older to af ford holders who have not deposited an opportunity to participate In the plan. I Hi' same privilege lias also been ex tended to holders of the first mortgage r. p.-r cent fifty e,n- gold bonds of the i 'tiii'l una i, 1 'avion and Iroutou li.illrn.nl Company. GIRL BITTEN BY PET MONKEY. Itlnoil I'lil.iinliiK 4 nil net Crura nf I'linernl Inslenil of W edilliiu. Tear- of a funeial Instead nf a wed- ding for Miss Hnicnie tilnlve licmiett of West Heiiipseail. I, I. and lllii-I.unl-. N. V.. have !'iii entertained by her relative- and friends since site v.i bitten bv a pet monkey last week and IimsI poisoning ievens'd Vesterda, how ever. Dr. i:..y Crluime nf llein-i- stead pmiinuin -d hei nut nf da iger The news luousht h.ipdnes.s to Jnhu 1 Swartz nf Hempstead, wlio-e etigige inent t Miss Dennett was announced recently. Miss Itciiiielt is ihe daughtr r nf Oenr.e M lleiiuett She has a number nf pits, iiicludliigseveral small monkevs Hue of the animals became enraged last wet I. and sank Its tee'h In his mistress hind Hl'ier members nf the f Htiiv drive "If I Mc monkey, but blood poison Itu developed ,tll kl, and for -rti't.l1 lavs the vouiij woman'.- life was In danger. , CUSTOMS DECISIONS. M Nl KACTTKKS OK AU'MINPM -Mer-ch:iitt..i hnponxl h ll.trry K.tlrk ,1-.t1Wh1 on itV Invon-i H" .ilmmnum iVm .iiui rlai tli! lv tiV atrrilT aluminum cut m r'i.tl !( Inr iMrtH'ul.ir ti4. tn t r.nifititi iiit Iwitt'lfM 1 in 11 by tin Jitt.ini "I I'lul'tl Msitr .i.'iirr.il Ai'pratfr. prtpcrl fiMil (up tint) l Ihr iMjtnni nfti i'ihU :il tic r.i(f nl t'T nt .ttt valorem ni-i.r p tra-r.thh V'.; of Hip ttnfl . t n! ! .( tn iMtif :tctiiri'tt ff Mliitnmniii 1'lir imtmrlrrs t I f"r ilut nt the wtt f but (nl t" r pound under Ihe protismii 111 tiarasrapb 111 for ' aluminum In tns.s' Tlie irstininui .hnuid that the aluminum III uutstinn wa. in the hint! nl list pieces cut In slsi'ific illlnen .ton. 111 Hiiniilaii'c with orders given nnd thai the were intended Inr the sole purpn'' n( tnaUluf tin in up liitn arliclis The pree-1 fnr the Inwei din t iiverrnleil UKflNKII il.M KUINK K I'misria 1 l' Inc ln- es1erdi lieine Ibe llnanl of Tinted spitr (iruir.il Appial-er. In a enlni Inr a Inner rite nf tint) than that a .-ei bv the L'nlleitor nil rethied gl i-erllir put up in pacUaces of e than ''j pinind. s'rn.. weiebt The itelieral Apptal-er- ileclile tint Tie nieri handi-e cotrect1 c 1 itied a a ihl'IIUC.ll intllpilUIld -o paeaeil under p4l"l irrapli 17 ,'ot nt nl- with duty it the rile nf .11 per- ,pt a'l valoreni The impeller, ildlmril III it itilt shiiuhl lime tsri n levird at the rate n cent. wr pound under pin ffraph ii redtii'd sl,iceiiiic 'I ins 1 ontentioii l overruled I'Allt'H.MKNT I'AI'KIt In a teippvai menl decision nn the foreicu itrirket value of parchment pasr .hipped here h Keril Kind takenberc nf thi-seliiorl iiermanv Judce I "isclier nf the Hoard nt rinted Mate- i.rnet i ppral-ers Wllle. "Paper exported Mai II 111 .. and entered at New Vork on li-'tob-r l'i IMS. Hed pari liinent paper No 'J entered al 1 10 mark- Kr kiln, l"" un he- 1011; and '.v, lis lies wide Dllln, No t rlltfled Hi Pi marks per kiln Ipil piircnment clnih It IV 110111111.. entered al '- ir, 111.11 Ks pc kiln a.s I) ier cent Inr les.de la's. - pPr ,Tn count Ai'd cases Iteapprat-i'i) al -.sue price., less sr cent disinunt only Add case. " ItAII.IlOAII TIKs Judae llniwti nf the Hoard nl lieiaral Apprai-er- hiiinled down jc.ierdMy a reiippraisi'nienl ilecisuui hnlilluj tliat tenant tailroaii tit- &e imported frntu A H Kaneher of Cihaiio weie cnrreelly eu Urol al Malum' N V Tills dei islnn lead. "Cedar It It ties. No t x feel 1, niches x 0 lnrl.es peeled, elilered al ."1 dollars each t'etlar tuulsu rnngli. i inches x 1:' Inches x II feet, entered at is dollars -er l.oi eit, , nu advamr " SIt.VKIl l'l.TKtl AIIIICI.Ks The Hoard nt 1ieurr.ll Appraisers ileciliil esiudj)' tint certain (liver pbileil I al articles, nil ported bv Hurn.t.elter Iltus of t'bicacn, wrie cnrreitlv taxed tor ilul by Ihe custom cnl leilor at tlie rate ol r-1 p,-r crni ad valorem under the provision In par.urapli l7 of the tarllt ail of tula fnr "articles or saies ptateil with cold or silver" The importers claimed that duly should line been isvied at the rale nf but .n pfr lent ad valorem und.'r the prn islnn. of the same paragraph tor "articles or wares ininpoci wholly 01 III chief value nf linn, steel or ntlier nielal, but 1101 pl.ilrd with ani l or eilier" '1 his eon lention is overrule.1 ASllKsTdS VAHN A ilicisinu has just Isen haisled down bj Ihe Hoard of lieucral Appraisers Imnhlli; the iiirre. I dutiable ibis slllcatluu nt iiistctiaudisa ritlirnrd by the customs appraiser as asliesios yarn and a sessed fur duty by the I'ulbstor at the rate ol v.) pir iciit :nl valoriui uii'lrr the lasl clause u parasraph of lb" lanfr a.1 id IHI3 Tin importers, M .1 Current it Co ami K II- (i.uoin 4k Co itiiitilrd (or tree entry under paragraph ''' or In tlie allrruative for duly t the rale id 10 per cent, a.t valorem miller para.raph for itiauufacluies of aiibesin., 'Ibe board overrules tlie claim (or 'flee entry, tint holds tliat Ibe merchandise, which 1. imported 111 a eniiililion III Inr use iu pjekinc (uriiaie., should have been classl tied a a manufacture of asbestos, subject tn duly al the rate nl to per cent ad vjlurcm under para.raph KKAL JKT JKWICI.IIY.-Mai.l.all Field & Co, of CIUi'iiko was uiitiiiss .slid before (he Hoard of United stales Un1n.1i Appraisers ye-teribiy in an nlti'iuiu In have the dull lowered on guard ilialn. brisnties uecl.ass, e, composed 111 ihlef value nf real Jet The tioard 1 1 n ! 111 I IHs. llllin.' that these articles were inn eel ly tae. Inr duly at the rate nl 01 isr rent ml valureiii under paracraiih 3.. nf the tariff act nl pin. thereby overrilllut Ihr claim uf the piulrstaiita fnr duty at the rate nf C peri-eni al valornu uodtr par trapli U as In trin lei, BANK FIGHT BEGUN ON INCOME TAX CHANGE Coininissloncr Osbnrn Asked to Suspend Order Affect ing: Aliens. lteed & McCook, attorneys for the In vestment Hankers Association of Amer ica, made public yesterday a letter for warded to W. II. Usborn, Commissioner of Internal nevenue, In Washington, pro testing against the extension of the In come tax to apply to non-rcsldent aliens, and requesting the suspension of the or der signed by Commissioner Usborn until an opinion can be secured from tho At-tomcy-Uencrat tegarding Its legality, "The Department," says the letter to Commissioner t (shorn, "sins the opinion of Attorney-lleiieral Mclteynolds, dated October 23, 1913, holding that Interest payable, to noti-rcsldenl aliens Is not subject to the Income tax. So far tn the public Is Informed that opinion Inn not been changed and Is presumed to govern the action of tho Department. "ThougJi thetc may be no precedent for giving a public hearing on a proposed regulation there lire few precedents for so drastic and In effect legislative u rul ing by a tloieniment department and wo submit to your consideration that a regulation onpletely changing tho law as enforced In so Imisortant a matter should iot be made effective until the Detri ment has given such notice and has ttself had the bene tit of a public hearing In which the arguments for and against Its contemplated action can bo fully pre sented." Tho letter calls to attention the fact that at the time the Income tax law was passetl by Congress an amendment spe cifically providing for the application of the law to non-resident aliens was stricken nut, and says that the attorneys can find nothing In the Supreme Court decision on the Krushaher caso to Jus tify a change from this policy. The modification of the order to make the ruling operative May 1 Instead of January 1 last has eased the Immediate situation for the bankers. A meeting of several of the more important bouses that art us Hgents for large numbers of foreign investors was held jesterday. A committee was selected to take charge of plans for some concerted action. The committee Is composed of Ktnest Isellti of A Iselln A Co.. W C Cox of tho iunranty Trust Company, and a repre sentative of lirown llros. Another m'et lug will be held this afternoon tn tako up miiro detailed consideration nf tho bankers' position. Osborne Trial on Mouilns. WllITU I'' vis's, pnt - Afflstant District Attorney I'alloii said to-day that lie would move the dial ot 'I bonus Mott Osborne, under an Indictim nt for neglect of dill), before Justice I Matt of Ihe Supieme Court on nest Monday morning. "We villi go to trial unless the defendant makes another motion which will cause a iblli," said Mr. Kallou. sTItlNt; KKSOKTS. NEW JKHSKt Atlaatle Cltr. Thm Hneat tnnie tmme Nature e, er dev -5 yw Joyed hy the old or the young, the rich or Ihe poor, the wttk or the 'Irong, and now hex to testier advantage than in Atlantic City, Sailing, Motoring, Horaoback Riding, Golf, Fishing, Eto. THC LEADING HOUSES ARC ALWAYS OPEN And will furnish full infurt-ation. rntei. etc.. on application 1 1 1 i.ls-l.s. aie all American Plan, uidesa othvrwiie noted. I MartboroashsBlcnhcim On the Ocean Front Hotel Dennis On the Ocean Trent Walter J. Uujby Hotel Strand On the Ocean Front F. B. Off and II C. Fdwards 1 Amariianand Uurnpean Plana I' 4 U,.L ULIi.l nn. t'r mnsnw The Wiltshire Central: Sear tbe Heaven Samuel Kll'.s Galen Hall Hotel am! Sanatorium F. L. Young-. Mifr. Seaside House On the Ocean Front F. I' 1'i.ik's Sun. Only three bourn fiom " l ..l..,ll Cnn.utt leesl ticket siretii" HOTEL CHELSEA OceupjIiiB ent re bloik of oie,i, (rout, In the frfsliltilialilu I'he sea seitlou, 00 tied hauihers lih private baihs (frish and e, water) lllch 1 las til ' i-slra cafe. rtl, Ac l'rern h tiers Oolf prtvtletr, , Autos meet trains, ttn.iklet upsti a'j ve.tr J R TIIOMI'r-O.V Ar CO. ATI MHYIf nrti . - - - - i superior location with an unobstructed view of beach urica ooarawqi k. .f i recognized stAndard of excclleico . Camei.600. Wtl TFB .! RinvtV yw waxxof tici: ?'tj".wtiin;la of jci vtc e.coiiilijrtr7Lvriitv u m wail iAauJ ftt.mr laAJtGEJT FIRLPROOTRlORT WmxtNWIU Kiw viwn dooming orncE4K)Trics nitiG tttE LEADINC RCSORT HO ILL OF THF uodi n' ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. IJOSIAH WHITE I 3QN3 COMPANV t.SO HI' OAll.Vt M'Kt IAI, WKLKLY. GRAND ATLANTIC Vlmluhi live,, ilo.n n beach. HteM Pier and all ultraetbins. Oupaeliv iOO. ProvlJ. Ina every tumfurl, irlv.u h-uhs, riinnlni; water in ronins, eealnt, auu puilors, ete ; notable table nnd servlee, Aiuerle.ni plan. HooKlet, Auto ineeia trains. V SHAW, HOTEL NEW ENGLAND SO. I'AHiil.lNA AVK. AMI hKA( ii Privute Hubs, ruiinliiK water In rimtiis. Elevator to slreit level siiiu p irlur. L'.uu. city 850. Bpeelul rates. Tionklet. 11. II, WILLI AMU. I.eadliif; liUll "lass lllititfrtile rate bolr). llhafflir p Vli'k'liibi Ave. ut-ai beat Ii i',, AlUCIIiailC prtiinaoii. sipeelni J'.'updli n up kly fleam heat, private bath., rle.iinr, sun pirlms, exerlbni tsble levc nlliK dliini'isl. IbtnUlet. J p. I'opi;. inc LUriesim: i,Ml, p,nai0 fiC,i, nnd een vialer lulhs. iiiiiiiImk vi.iier tu ronins: sleviilnr, siip'iliir bible lledmed eailv s.sson rae. I 'inn li u( iriiln. A K. WAONK.lt, I'rnpr V It LA TON, M.r ATLANTIC C1"T, N. . Aatartoa'a ramaua aII-Xmu Raaan. rx u ia waai m ivfui ninrxni r. at NEW AM8TER PLAN SOON. Mill Propose Itock Island I'lnnnc ( nar hy Stockholders. V, L. Atnstrr, chairman of the Hock Island minority stockholders' committee, said yesterday In Hoslon that ho was working hard on a plan for the refinanc ing of the company by tho stockholders themselves which may be outlined to stockholders before the end of this week. Mr. Amster said: "The conferences held In New York during the last two weeks between rep resentatives of tho debenture bond holders' committer, ami representative of tho stockholders' protective commit tees looking to an arrangement whereby , the company will get j'.'.i.uuu.uuu ior working capital and with which to pay off Its floating Indebtedness were aban doned because the committee which 1 represent did not believe that It would be fair to the stockholders to give the debenture bond holders In a leorganl zatlon the same security In exchange for their Isands these bonds having a present market value of only 45 that would bo given to the stockholders who were to pay for this new security lluu cash. "Tho Atustci' coinmlttio voted at a meeting last week that the stockholders be offered 11 plan under which thu com pany would obtain ISa.OOn.OOO cash with out any underwriting or reorganisation mill thus save several million ilolUrtt for tho tduireholdnrs. In view of the fact that tho new money will at nil events havu to come from thn stock holders, no matter tinder what condi tions they are asked to pay It, It ap pears very probable that they will see tho wisdom of subscribing without be ing forced to do so through a reorgani zation or foreclosure, and In this wuy receive ull the benefits possible from this method of financing." PENNA. GASOLENE CO. NOT SOLD. (ienernl .Miinnuer Denies 'l b at New Interests Will Control. U. D. Warren, a director and general manager of the Pennsylvania Casolene Company, denied yesterday statements that the company was to pass Into Ilia bauds of new Interests, Although east ern financiers, he said, hnd toccntly pur chased some Interest In the company the control would be unchanged. In regard In the company's contracts he said; "We have only one unfilled contract on our books, which we ex pect to sen completed before April In. Willi this exception our company lias no outstanding contracts to deliver gaso lene and will not make any exclusive contracts. We prefer to sell our output from day to day at the prevailing mar ket prices. There Is a serious shortage of gasolene in this country at present, and I believe prices will reach a much higher level before the first of August." PARIS EXCHANGE VERY WEAK. Crimes I.iicL support Demand Merllnit I nchnnued. I'ranc exchange was fxtremclv weak vestenlay. dropping to TifiO'" for checks and Ti ,!i for cables. This compares with Wedni'sila.v 's close of fi,'.ii.. for checks and .",.'." lor cablet Foreign exchange M'ltlMi IttXIIUs. NEW JEKSPTt AtltuUe CTty. i.isj for mnfLftt m.ii. it can b tbnriiiiphlv mn. Hotel Chelsea On the Ocean Front J. II. Thnmpien Co. The Shelburne On the Ocean Front Kurrtieaii plan J. WriLel. Mitr. The Holmhurst Central; Near the Beach Henry Darnell Hotel St. Charles On the Ocean 1 Vent .ewiin Main ca La tin k City x In t'KM 11. VI. It. It. l'i s. X. It. II. for further Information, M;VV villiK I..111K Island. Ihe Xto.t Miraitlve iiiintr llolel Adlaient In -New lurk lt. GartfenOty Hotcr GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND one of ihe must eiehxlre mnntry lime!. In Awerlra. A imiiblii.xtlon nf eountry life and ineirnisilltaii lintel luxury selduui fouud. Con liin li.l on the Auierlian i'lan. There l Im lor the iinneiiletiin of niuuiri.ti A ilandfome a lat'arlv Restaurant Cuiaine and servlee inisiirixsse., .Misjenta irlvea. I'D miles fnnn .Ncw i,,'U, 1 imucul ileilne trains frmn I'rnna. Station. . J. I.ANN I.N' i'o., i',p,. Mt'KIKMiATKV NOIICIC!!. LN PUIt.slJA.NL'i: n( an order of Honor able Juhti P. Odlalati, u .sUrn.;t uf th, t'ount of New ork, riotlee I. bnPr) Pn,,, to nil persons IiiixIiir l.iliu. HBainst u;ur... I Nash, lato nt the Ciniiiiy or New Vork Iu. leased. In present th,. same n,p voueL.ra thereof tn tho subs, rlbera at tblr ii)..oe of tralisartliie buslne... at thu nrtlen of Tl,a tanners Loan and Trust 0'tnp.in . v , . William .street, (a t, HoioukIi n( .M.urhat. 1 las,. I'lly of .N'eiv Aork. on or beforo th, i,t day of July nest, ' Datsd, New Vork. the isth .liv .,s rttnber. 1!I5. THU KAIlMlMts' l.DVN PAS'V. TIIL'sjT com. TIV LIiWIN 111 Mils!, WALTI.lt It IIOI'PI.MJ Asst See. Hxtcutori ritttpos.ti.s, fi.-nti'i' it if in ne reci-iifii pv tli. H'iir.1 nr Waier ftipnlv, at It. tuelltv set'nllil tluor. Mlinlt'lpil llulli'll.,;' Park llnvv. I'enlre ami I'liuuibeis Piresit' New York i iij. unill 11 A M . mi Tii.v.l,, April IS IHlii, for I'linliaet fr furm.i,: llii:. ill 'lv erlnif ami ereetinir imm ,i. .... trsV'i'lllIK i lanes from lliu tn -ii I edpaili). xvlili i iiilpni-n!, In i lumbers n Asllitlim. lxi usbii and Hill VI e'vv lesirvolr. The work Is Ini.iti'd in lie Town f uiiVi' I'lster eolllil. and Tnn nf Vt. Plras,,;,' ami I'liv nf Yi.nkers, VV ittehesier coiiiiix New Yol k. ' At Iiui alune ltl.u-e mil time tin. i.i.i. I bs puhllely iipi'iie.l .mil read I'.ltlilililii. I eniit.ilnliiB Information for bidders , eontr.iet ilriwnifs inn He 1 1 t u It I -. I at t, I nbtim address, al lln otttre of (be M in. lnr.v, bv iiepiisnniB tlie sum of (, ,oliir (llOl ill i.isb or It. eipilvabnt ?r f41.i, pamphlet Inr furl tier pirtleulais .innlv to the otlbe uf the Pllaelp.il Assistant I'll', cllieer at the alsue aildriss I'HAItl.KS cTUAI'fsl. Pre.bleiif I'll VltLlI-i N I'HAUVN H.'J,-. .IOIIN I' li.VIA IN. s'f.nintl.sintii'i. nf Hie lloird nf VVxti r titi-.lv lIKoltiin I'lIATIIIIItfTiiNi:, ftermari. PltoPi.VI.P I DIt Mi n ull TIM cic I'llASSLf. Ulll.e llipo! s,i M , ,m" lliilblhis.'. New Vtiil, i'li Si..ib,i ptopt 1 will l-s leielied bele iniil I. V ttit' I... mis tin luriiislwiu: iu i,,i, . ,,lllrn btfote till I I'ltti, fro, 11 I tu Iiui m,, ,, I ut li ell, us s t.t 1 -rtj 111 ft-1 t i,,.,i. terillitr bids Itiilted fill Ittulit" ,nu fir II ut ks enllllili Ii- lib It. till. . At-ii ftii f l'lll 1 tn ft I busies eilllpted tilth itllil sti el tanks, and 1 In ft enniplfl,' tipalr triltk. I'lirlhrr Informiillon on .ipplhaiten brokers salil Hint tho chief icasnns for tho slump In francs were that the trmr. ket hero xvna entirely wlthniit Mippnn and that franc exchange In tajml'm M very mtich against I'urls, selllnc it,!,,', tiny t 2S.55. ' Dciiiaiid sterling wns tmch.iiurit nt t.Tfi 7-lH, while c.ibks iidvanii d 'rn ,1 L" l.'-lii 10 4,77. Itiillaii Hie at fi.0. Hgalust 6.59 on Wedin-cU while guilders sold up to 13, aga ,1 (itevlous close of 42 lP.-lU, KuiiU a to.. fiom 31.35 lo 3t.:i(. MnrKs vvern stronger imd 1 lo id ,t 72! for sight ilrurts uml 72 i,; (. , cables. They vveln ipiotul m 1 , , day nt 71 l.'i-U! nnd 72 , 1 Vf Austrian kronen lose from 12 3 , CUNARD IXnlillslicrl Hlfi EUROPE VIA LIVERPOOL Cullfornln, Mon.. April iu, No.,1 OKOI'NA SAT. AI'Il TL'fVA.VIA . . SAT , MA Y V. 11 M 1 CALIFOIINIA. HAT , .11 IV I 1 v 11 -...rCn Itiiule in n ,u. , NEW YORK LONDON I'ANNONIA SAT . MAY : i .t ItOtNI. TIIK ttOIII.lt KM lis, Throuvh hnoklims to an prinup ., , t he Ivor u COMI'.tNV'M OFFICII, il.it Male st s, r FRENCH LINE luuiiiagule Oeurrale Tran.allantluut ... 1'Osr.tL SKHX It L """"" Sailing for BORDEAUX ESPAGNE Apr. 8, 3 P. M CHICAGO Apr. 22, 3 P. M ROCHAMBEAU. . .Apr. 29 3 P. M ESPAGNE May 6, 3 P. m! ron tNFottMATio.v appi.t ' COMPANY'S OFFICE M'sSfci American Line AMERICAN STEAMERS ta . a ax a, under tne American Flat; N. Y.-Liverpool. Pier 62. N. It., Now New Villi. . Apr. Ill Philadelphia ,lf, .. White Star Line N. Literpool, lier tiO. lN. lv.. Innr lpland . . Apr. ii llallie vij, i. Apr. Il'H'AY, orjicE. o . V. lei. Wioil Heilor. Ol.ll DOMINION LINK. r m fcilli and West. Hvery wielt u.y . p i l'Ur 25. North Itl.cr. Tei. 2H00 1 rank la' KC.V.MIINAV1AN AMKKKAN UNE. Nnrway, Hneden. Denmark. A. X. John, on Co , Inc.. Axil , 1 u ay, !1 T ATI.ANTM. til I.I' ANII Mlr IMiir.x STKAMsllll' l,I.Vl;-i u j, '"' Ward I'orto Illen Lines .JO II . , e aTTKAUNIIir TICKETS ta in; p.n. Ornclal Atant all llnaa Kaxmond tYhitcomk ta.. I Jih A... v r. I. Mlltt, l slid I l.llltl l III'. i, All nut Iiui! ep rt jn i Ot'LVN l'KMs!( l.,, Vl Mb V, ,, CA-VADIAN I'ArlllC RAII.VTXY CO. lttl Broadnar. N. T. Cltr. "TIIK I'l lH.IC UK I'l.tHoi;!!" 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