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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916.
COST OF WHITE PAPER INTERESTS PUBLISHERS MORE THAN POLITICS THE LAMOMT rACTOHV IN THI .WOBLB UNOm ONE ROOF MAR" v um MBM IMr aMfllaV 16- i e-s r r- ir m wax Prosperity Oiil.v Nival Tlicnie at :;mii Animal Mod iny;. DUASTIC WASTKCLT IS UHGKD 1JV MANY Th. ti,ini..tii mniml inrninc .if Hi' I'iiii.auki.I'MIa. April 26. - Tile I'enn. In the present prices of labor, mcchanl- The. thirtieth annul 1 nel li of stnW VMorlM A,90clatlon. In'cal material and white paper the time American Ncwj p:uicr I'uMMir-ts .focl- ... , . . has arrived to chance the pr ce of t he lion. athlch bognu ycMcnUy at the V. co'HM,il..n heir, udopted a re.o. ; om. 11(W81)ap(r cePnW a c S dorf. not o much Ilka elreu'i In ' lu"" ,-,"' 10 lne,c:",n ,,rlc' ot on" . No nnlo time . wm cot for the In .... , . i cent newHiMpein to two tents through- orem-e. but It was the ojilnlon of nil that appearance ,i. It l.a Wti on former. U wou!d HrrUe , t near future occasion". I'or there wan a acrious proli- i... The demand for publicity by the mov- ltn to be faced bv tbn puhllnherH audi, 1 " ,e-",',, " '0' ln "lcreas" I Inc picture corporatlona was atronRty de- hMr rM.rrnMt.vts. tijlii IV. tin- wUllll- ! . , ....... .. Inc Incic.ifle In the ctt nf tthltc uipcr, and for a guotl many of them It meant, nd tncaiif. the difference betneen Mio cene and failure. As won art the mcetltiff had been .II.J in ..r.l.H It. IIia .....r-.ilii. lit' 1'rkkl. . dent Herbert F. llrldsmm of the Hruuk. Ivn SlnnrfniiJ tiiloii, atul a few rffiorti nf committee anil otllins disposed of, the membcra Immediately took up the one big question In the minds of all white paper, Its price. Its probable future price If tlio present excessive demand ron tlnurs, and tin; means, if any. of cmiserv Inc the irnent stippl. There were thosu who said that If j there s not a quick break In the cost of this commodity It will be ncccivsaiy to Increase the price of thff" dally vapciti. Consequently there wa not much sur-, lrle amoiiK the puhllsherti when word came from rtilladi lphla durlna the after-1 senate. Or. to take a run up the coun noon that the rnnslvaul.t Stutc Kdl-1 try a as, one met with William 1. torlal Association meeting theio had adopted a resolution to advance the cost of I cent pni'crb to 2 cents If there Is not an Immediate reduction In pub lication costs. um I'D Situation. !ate In the ufternoon. when the meet ing had been permanently adjjurned ..n i.iu ,n-tii.- :.tia it. mrmhers had SIS. Zeimla,!,e;!r:!adwaV,a,,,o . have It over with, I.. II. rainier, man.ti.er of Hie A. N. I'. A., summed up the paper situation for the report.-is as It luul oecn presented during a long discussion. He said that there was not a man among the COO or so present and these 300, let It be known, Mtt up tons of white paper as me wariing i mih s abroad use up Ions "'"J;1-" '' dissented from the consensus that the paper situation Is the most serious 'men. ncc that has arisen to disturb the ) dreams of publishers for many a long rr. .. .. For one thing. Mr. Palmer Said, tlio publishers seem to be agieo.l that the amount of paper used will have to he reduced. There was a long discussion rs to bow' this could be done. All ad In till linn lii ilur ill in f J ii till lim-.t nf them advocated a reduction m the slr.e ' . - rn i. i r.-,, rm'l.li.h.r thai if all of ! the newspapers would decrease the width of their margins a great saving would be made In the bulk. Mr. rainier said that the white paper slioitage Is chiefly due to a demand that Ill reeeiit inoiitliH haa been fteadlly In-, reat-lMi:. To-d.iy. he said, the amount 1 of while p.iper iimmI by the newp.iper Ik IS per rent Rre.iter than It was a year nco. Hut their t-. enis to be .1 proi-peet of some relief In the near future becaufe of the usual prai'tlee unions all liens-, tidiiors to liferent- the le of their dally . publication during the fimuner. ; paper. It was taiil by a publisher of two widely rlrrulated papers III the South) t'l. WbHitsiiii leiil. that the members who spoke on the There was one old tinier absent e. paper pi obU-m. even tho'e w'lio have been ; . fnr ,,, (.Verb..dy tlir liardeM Int. showed a deel.led Ine I- , Hsll.,, T.lt vsatl,.rH. nation t ileal In all fairness with the; slIP!,,Um was that he had re-tnariHfartuier- but .,t the -ame time , " Louisville to knoek hey demanded fair and open treatment , ,, ., (.fM.Kl,fl h..(t, anrt thP in return. ,r,,,.,-t of reading what he had to say ronrerlert .rll.... Iloul.tful. ''l ' '""- ' I Hut Hruec Ilaldeman of Uie t.'ourler Thls man, spe.ikltiR after the meetlne Journal was there peaklnK strenuously had adjourned, said It was doubtful that about the blue prosper! for white p.iper the publishers would take any roneerted j a, trltiK to keep labs on all the pub action ir.-pe.-tliiK the paper shortage, nsiu.r wnn wanted to know how the even to the extent of passing resohitlons, I c0om. was. ami expressed the opinion that much i .k, ,1 " i.. .,.. ,.,. ....i.nUv mlrht be Rained for all If the publishers 1 could or would stand toRother In their . own defence. After the paper discussion had lw-en concluded no one seemed to be much benefited, at ea,t from .1 material stand point. Publisher. from about eeiy eectlon of the country agreed In the rropheey that durliiK the next year the price of p.ier Is Rulnif to Increase from 1.. to 20 per rent. Some even expressed tho opinion that It will go up .in per rent. Anri ih. I., e-ir,. r.r nr, innr.u i h . i i.m tho opinion that it will ro up .10 per rent. And this In face of nn Increase that hat already registered ;n ner cent. In some pirls of tho eountrj. .Tames Thumfcon. for Instance, who pub lishes the New Orleans Item, foresaw an increase In the white paper price nf ir. or 2D per rent In the tioM ear. Harry Chandler nf the lv, AiiReles T'Onra fore-i-it an Inciease of alsDUt the same nmount, M. If. I'e VoutiK, publisher of the San Vranclseo Clironirle, expressed an opinion Minllar to that of Mr. ('handler's, hl pelchbor on the south. 'urtis .lolmsoii of the Knoxvllle Sentinel and the Char lotte IN, (' ) ulnerirr said that the p ipcr hltintlon Is extremely serious, oven . ii the face of unpre.-edenled prosrlly Major Crawford ol the Memphis Com (errrfnl .Ippr.if and James Allison of the 7Vmirrriii nnrf tmericnii of Nahvle Mid Itliieh the same. And there were dozens besides who agreed that the paper outlook Is an thing but rosy. Kouir l.onit Timr l'on(r.iea, A good many of the publisher ine laved from embarrassment, for the pres. rut at least, because they posse-s long contracts with the paper manufacturers, fills brunch ..f the fraternity evinced a rtrniig Inclination to laugh UP Its sleee, lis It were, and lo llnd happiness In the jui'sent In the hope that by the time Ihelr contracts expire paper will be down again. It ilnejn'l happen to be on re.-nrd whether or not Major ('raw find of the font nirr.iii I Appeal is une of thev, but you can take It from him, sab, ib.-n them is no ground for crying calamity Just pow Tlie banks neer had o much money, paid he, and Major Crawford ought to know something alsiul It, for !.!.-. pnpsr Mas one of tho larsci-t cl.-cu l.itlons in the South, and Is rtowIiir, "Speaking of polltlc-i," said the re. porter, hanging to the Major's coat fclerjve "Kxaetly," said the Major, sinning up, "Wilson's the man, and the. only pos nlblc man for the Democratic roiueiitlon. Consequently It follow rt that he'll b elected," And for some reason It became strongly Prmrent linn Hie Coiiii.irrri.if Appeal lias a sneaking regard for the present President, and In (hat lesperl Is not tinlllid most of tbn oilier p.ipeis of the Htmth that had representation at the A, N, P. A. yesterday Ibii If ihi-ie wa one thing Hint Mn.nl out above the prevalent idea of Wilson a iiong Jhn gentlemen majors ami colo nets from tho South, t was tho firm onvletlnn tb.it ih,.-. nd Ulxou Hue, uh, lat lutr., PENNSYLVANIA VOTE FOR 2 High Production Cost Dooms One Cent Press, Leaders Agree Novelized Films Called Trash and Movie Business an Octopus. " . . . ' . ' rW and labor. .1, II. Zerbiey, publisher of the l'ottrtlllr .'rjiitWIinM, ttlio Intro ilmnl the resolution. .ild that the rise In price of all materials made the pub . ,m, r..illAl .,,,1,11 ..1, a. n ' llrhlnK of one cent papers '.inpruntabl .He "W1 publishers to ralso the -'- The resolution leads as follow h; "Whereas. The cost of the manufac- ture of newspapers In all departments has so Increased that It Is lmposlblc to until Mi and sell a dally newspaper for one cent a copy without a loss, there-1 The passes Rlen by the movie men fore, be it i ami all their alleged favors were spoken "Rrsoheil, That the publishers of the of hs mere bribes for free advertising dally newspapers thtoURliout this State One man declared thnt the Influence of publicly Klvc notice that unless there be . the movies Is "an octopus that Is drag Immediately a urea: material reduction I glm; u down to the depth." i-ailff- always excepting white paper for wony. l-2eibody knows Jim Allison of Nash ville, and before the day waa out every body knew from him not only that the South is prosperous but that Senator l.uke I.ea is the coming man in tne J.eacii, WHO is a dib pin oui in oino nui only because he runs tho Cleveland .fnrfrr but as well because he Is a po litical power and a man who has done much toward building up the territory. And Bill Leach, having vented his opin ions about the price of white paper, had a word to say about ready money and booming business In Cleveland, which l Till: clt) of the lake region, which any one may discover by glancing over penty talk at any of the eighteen con secutive annual meeting of the A. N. T A held at the Waldorf as there was csterday. William C. I lemming, w ho publishes the Wyoming Hnll;i Tribune away out In the wild of Cheenne I Hill lieiiimltig dliln t so descriw . neyenne i. suerla lives before his prosperity talk, and then plunged around .,,re ..-;tonej.r. ,aX(l ,m. ..Wo're lolling ( t " ,Jx; (1)o wa ,,r ncn)n,n(. XVanlcd It Inseri...! ih:it lie Is not here to buy any war brides and that he knows all the tricks of New York coiilldence men. 'Why, sir. money's the cheapest thing we have. Horses are dearer. They have ceedlng some ears ago, And It's all due to the war. as we see It. The de maiiil for cattle and horses Is something like the demand for soldiers on the other side." Strolling through the corridor one caught a glimpse of Nell Mclilim saying the same things about pigs and chickens that Hill IVmniinB bwd to w' about liorws and rows. Mae Bvts out the . C'ourlrr at Lafayette, lnd., every day. lie na.- that the plits are fatter and that the hens are layltiu more i rks than ever before and as far 11s he's ron- cerned lie Kuesscs he ran worry alonit in suite of the Increas-ed cot of white I who ,,,., h((.,n u, ,.,iri. Whether the ...,.,. ,r,i, ,- n,.. oluinbers walk out or the price of paper keeps on leap ing was Harry Chandler of the Los Angeles Ttoira. Messm. Chandler and Hald-niaii fell Into the t,ame category In one sense yesterday, for while Mr. Haldemaii was receiving expressions of good wishes for Cot. Watterson Mr. .'I. ....Map p..j.aU'I.k- 111... ukliu fnr ' .- ,.rv .". ...- ... h ' "''"i;1;". J ", ' f7'm . at" eiglitietli ear is reroernm irom an ai- lark of pneumonia out In Ios Angeles. Mr. Chandler and h'.s falher-ln-l.iw, lieu. (His, own :i rouplc of lotM down In Mexico which measure up to rtfcn.itnO ,l(.r(.s,.r Is It .1ii,iioil,0iiii acies? no matter and consequent l jx.ssesses a (natural aptitude for talking about Inter entlon wlille he Is not waving the open shop (lag. Hut as be may be prejudiced about .Mexico It may lie better to let 111 ii i say a word alKiut Japan. I'or I'nlveraal Military Service, The Japanese ore going to pick on us sooner or later, Mr Chandler think, nnd so do the other Pacific coast publlsh- ers, and as a measure of precaution his paper Just now is advocating universal ronipulMjr) military service ns Mrniil ousjy s It ever iidvocaleil the open shop. The coast, says Mr ('handler, has not beiiellteil from the war as have tho east ern and suuthein sections of the coun try, but II if managing to get along pretty well for oil that. There art. still as many Jobs to be had around I. Angeles, as Is shown b." the continued publication of sixteen pagew of classllled ailveitlheineiita every day by the Timet, unit lake it all In oil the INiclllc coast, ami r-speclally l.s Angeles, Is the best sertlnn of tho globe known to explorers to-i!a A look around the corridors revealed such prominent llgures In the newspaper iM.iiil as. Col. Charles Hopkins Clark of Ihe Hartford Coiiiiinf, .1. II Knonland of the Oakland, 'al., Yriouiir, Aithur l. Ilerox of the nfrfcri backer I'rcfH, "Mme prosp.illy Iron ever. sir. n.ys Ml lle.-ox , Clark Howell of the Atlanta C.ii.sllfiilion, Charles Taylor, Jr., look ing ver much like tho General, of the Boston Globe; Victor I". Lawon of the Chicagog .Vci. a (there'll be something mme idioul Ml. Lawsou tn-inopnw), I'ellx Angus of the Halllmnrr. .Inirrlcmi Kilso soineiblng aboill Mr. Angus), Col. Hob lining of tin. New Oilcans States I tlio Colonel will have to lie seen some how it other). Halph Hooth, who owns loo tunny papera lo imme, out In Michi gan; l- Itoss Hobettsou of the Toronto .'iriiliif; Telepritm, Carrol Shaffer of Ihe Chicago Wiriil.i I'tmt, II S. Whitney of tlio Salt Lake ,Vcm, C II. Hemliold of the Clnclnnall 7'ln a. Star, Another look around revraled other old acquaintances ; William II, Dodge of the Cleveland 'resit, 0. II, McAllaster nf the Galveston Tribune, Gejrge I1'. Mm an of the Cleveland .roller, Wllllain II, How of the Portland (Me.) f-.'.rj.rca, H. r, Ilopwood of the Cleveland I'lain liraler, J. K. Maokny nnd ,1. P. Mcllrlde ot the. Toronto Oiobe, A. M. McKay of tha Halt Ik TrieuM, X, 3L Cluk of EDITORS CENT PAPERS ,lol,IUTU: niUMion 01 me eye- tern which requires free publicity as n premium for advertising resolved Into a suggestion that "reading notices" be charged for. The serial stories which many movie concerns Rive to the newspapers as novelized stories' of the pictures also were criticised. We oukIU to abolish such trash," It was said, "which contain only such emo- H-I.lh .An.tlMdA f. ... tlonal thrills as we used to read In cheap novels ucmnu me nam,- the nuffalo Timra, F, Q, Huntress of the San Antonio ."xpress, K, I.inslng llfy of tho St. Inils Globe-Democrat, I". If. J. Illchards of the same paper. Warden Mcfeon of the Philadelphia Bnf. fcffii, tllchard Hooker of the Springfield Hcimbllcun (certainly Dick Hooker must be found), C. P. Oladfelter of the 1oulsvllle llrrald, W. P.. Phllllpa of the IJUlsvllle Timr: H. 1.. Hogers of the Chicago .Veu. W. I Halstead of the Minneapolis Tribune, S. I. IsDng of the Wichita (Kan.) Eagle, V. Patterson of the Baltimore Sun, Joseph It. Booth of the Detroit .Vrwj, J. V. McClatohy of the Sacramento Her, C. George Krogness of the Boston .Poat. J. ll. Kumland of the Oakland Tribune, J. C. Martin of the Philadelphia I.eilncr, G. J. Palmer of the Houston (. .. H. Yunker of the Sprlnglleld .'eiiiblfcdn. .1. A. Harvey of the Terte Haute Star, John Popeiidleck. Jr. of the Milwaukee .Vriillnel. It scarcely seems necessary to say that John A. McCarthy was there, but John was Just as usual. If anybody wapts to buy a newspaper look him up. He his "em for sale at anything from IH" to a million. FRANK B. NOYES HEADS "A. P." .Melville II. tone Continue Ms lla Ceneral Mlnaiirr. The new directors of the Associated Press elected at the annual meeting on Tuesday met yesterday at HI Chambers street and elected olllcers for the coming J ear. They are Prank B. Nocy, president; Joseph Pulitzer, tlrst Mce-prcldent ; William II Lov, second vice-president. Melville K. Stone, general manager, and Frederick Koy Martin, assistant general manager. Ihe following new members were oieeieu: i;. a. nasi or the Warsaw, Ind., renin.; fnton: Ceorge A. Hlllott of the New Catle, I tit I.. Evrntup Courier; VI tr j, ubenatier of tho Kokomo. Iml iinpatrh ; I.ew s. KIlliiKh.im of the Dc jc.itur, Ind, Hemnvral; W. ,1. Hlclow of .the St. Johnsbury, VI.. ('nlrrfonliini. DD1V A TV AfflJQFtk f)V a IMF 1 1 1 ItLUJCl KJl POSING AS OFFICER V. II. mirknoi' Chni-irod With liiiH'i'oiiiilinir Simon It. Buoknor, Jr. While dodging bolos and yellow fever In the Philippines- as a private soldier , cannot go without being equipped I an xvii-i it ...... i. ,., Jroastw.se nafl. shall extend from Nor- Wll'lam H. Huckner understudied ills tlrst lleulenant so diligently that he was able to return to this city urxl live com fortably by lmperonatlng that officer. This, at leist. Is the Inference to be drawn from an Indictment returned by tile Federal (Irani! Jury yesterday cnarguiR nucKiier wun swinoilt.g Hotels traoesnien uy posing as an hi my onirer. The man whom the defendant Is snld to have understudied Is Lieut. Simon II. Huckner, Jr., son of the formcT (iov- ernor of Kentucky, Major-General in the -""fe.lenite Army and Vlce-Pre,l,lcntlHl candldate on the gold Democratic ticket of I Mis. , The defendant, according to Assistant I'lilted States Attorney Harold A, Con tent, made certain that Lieut, Huckner wos still In the Philippines before tn UodiicIiiR himself as the lieutenant . the Army iiik! Navy Club and iccelvliq: a visitor's curd Huckner. the private, it s alleged. Used Ills visitor's ejr.l lo Ihe elllli :.s a rrodenllal In cashing checks. In this waj. Prosecutor Content says, he got t'.'U tw. nt.v mlli-s of New York were practl froni the Hotel Astor. J20 from Younglcallj as safe as tho waters this sldo of Urns., J12 from Kranko llros., from Hrooks Hros., 2.', from th Knox Hat Company and JIB from Franklin Simon Co. These are only 11 few of the ron- cerns said to bavo been swindled by the li.-gtis lieutenant. Huckner was held by United States Commissioner Houghton In $7,fiOH ball, He told tlie authorities that after his viewpoint began at the Hook. There return from the Philippines several years were six miles of open sea to Par Hock ago he was convicted of killing a man at away, and how could that properly be Walla Walla, Wash., and was sentenced i called the harbor? was a question he put. to an Indeterminate term of from two tn I Mr. Sweet announced that tlie Depart twenty years, but was afterward paroled, ment of Commerce would weigh tlie ' arguments and make known Its derision NEW INQUIRY AT SING SING, Whitman Orders .Hnpt. Carter to Delve Into Kaeapra, Alrant, April 2(1. James M. Caiter, I rlson Kiiierliiteu.Icnt, left Albany at roon to-dav upon orders from Gov. Whitman to Investigate conditions at Sing Sing cirlson. The two recent escapes as well na other Incidental Induced the Governor to order an Inquiry Into the Otdiorne-Klrchwey system of control at the piihon and thin may place the entire fabric of the present honor regime to the lest "I have made an Inquiry surrounding Ihe circumstanced of Peter Cullen's escape," he admitted, "and have found beyond question that lie got hold of nn unfair ninount of wine sent for the cel. I.tntlon of the Passover. All that has been pi evented for the future and the dlNti'lbiitinn will be made under atrictcat supervision." He appeared In. -lined to look at the escapes as Incidents of prison history, but the Governor thought them tnoro serious than that. ilt-siNiMi. April '.'6, Supt, Carter had pot reached sing Sing prison at nightfall this evening, according to the word from Warden Klrohwey's ottlce and from em ployees of the. prison who were off duly. They said that ho Is expected down lo-morrow when the Parole Hoard, of which he Is chairman, holds its regular meeting. No one at tho prison had heard ot an Inveitlcatlon. WLDOUOLAI, PIOOINOS IHOCI AT T VCARS OF AO. MI IB NOWTHI LAROIJI MAnm OF F5 s,ntM HOBS IN THt WOKLD, AT IB MAKING A PtRFfCT SMOC THE AT tl MEAtURINO POD CUSTOM MAM HOIS every retail MM B II SIMM i ne BtOAN MNUrACTUIINO- JUUYO.ItT, ON A CAPITAL of 7k in THi ip.aon ROOM MOWN MOVIT" ouTsnjT 4 soiaa ss pay. 3 Nattaa 8twt. 7 oil Broadway, corner 8th Si. H47 Hroadway, near 14th St. 13.V2 Hroadway, cor. SBth St. 1405 rtroadway (Timet Square) 9H4 Third Avenue. 14.". a Third Avenue. 2202 Third Av., cor. 120th Street. mmrmm mirto wMh a marrr BOAT OWNERS URGE HARBOR EXTENSION r. S. Offi.-inl Is Told TIhiI Cm. ti'.'ii'tion of Lines Would Ht 11 llmidit'iip. ITIM SKTH IX OPPOSITION i:. I". Sncet. Assistant Secretary of Cominerce. heard yesterday In the ofilrn of the I'nit.-d s'tates Steamboat In spectors (n the Custom House opinions of experiN on the des'.iabillty of evtend Inp or i-oiitiai-tiiiR the present bound aries of New Vjrk harbor. The local Heambo.it intrret. ri-pre-eiited by I Thomas I'atten of the I'attan Line, Com- 'minion. Kird H DiUell Ihigenc I". .. ' ' , . ' lhl ,ro .Mur.ui and 1". A Mltbop of the Iron Steamboat Company, advocated the e- tension of the harbor to a line drawn troni I-ire Island to Sea (!lrt. N. J. 'the prreent hat bor Hue runs Horn the N.ucslnk llRlil at Atlantic High lands lo the .mbio, Channel lightship and thence In the Kockaway Ilfesaxlnc station. The steamboat Inspectors hae suggested that the harbor line, inai is the line beyond which harbor e-els tons Point, known also as nea uaie. to Sandy Hook. It was pointed out tn.ii me piopo-r. contraction r.f the harbor line w.mid foice the Cone.v I-land and Itockaway boats jo be equipped so generoii-ly with life rTts and boats that tier., would It was pointed out that tile piopoeu be no loom for excursionists. .xir. Vlisnop sain inai inn i-uiu).....,, neil ti.,UUO,"UV ...rsIlKils wii.mm. I..'- f,1 1,o,rild1,wU,,K1r a haidHhlp to compel l.iats operating In an . .."lid New York Harbor to cany Namo equipment as o.-eangolng cast- Msexeels. I'n.ler the proposed change tugboats would have to he fitted out as I o eangolng craft to go outside the Am- , hroe Channel lightship for disabled xes s.-ls. I. It. Stoddart of the New York chain- bri of Cominerce said bis organization favored the extension and straightening of the harbor lines, l-M-ar la'thhrldge t I ..11,1. .-1,1..,. H I'rnmwelt In lull ..e.l I tin- the extension said that the w .iters within the Narrows, Andrew I-'uruseth, president of the Tn- , ternatlonal Seamen'R I'nlon and said to be father of the La Follette ship bill, wiim In favor of the line proposed by the steamboat Inspectors. Ho sain the ex- tension would rreate hazards to rrews mid passengers. The harbor from Ills In a few weeks. After tlie bearing Commodore Dnlzell gave a luncheon at the Whitehall Club to those who attended the meeting. HETTY GREEN ILL, BUT WORKS. Onl a nnd Cold nnd Dora Vol Mln.l , n Mrrrl llno.l. Denial was made yesterday of the re port that Mrs, Hetty Green had suffered , .. , - - M ,nr.ttvlt. stroke lin.l nun .li.liffermiMle Pf I ilfnii ... . r iiYl . ; .i.i . . V. r rcpuian e en ice u. ju inn. who was sup II nt 5 West Ninetieth rtreet the home , ,. ,)(.n,wrnbne(1, , rn,mah . of her eon, Col, Kdward II. It, Green. I lf ,,,, Iim, llP orTor,,(1 ;ifllavlt from was iiniuitte.i. m.ever. thai she- had . Mr, mUm BVOrrnB that lie was not been In poor health, I'robbed of any money or any pocketbook, ....... .urn , nun ' " '"'"-I" nar. went dr v ng on Hasler Sundav. cr, went driving on Gaster Sunday. which was memorable because of lla drizzle, Tlie weather appeared to have affecied "ihe richest woman in the world," for who caught n cold, The Illness was only slight, aconriUnK tn her secretary, nnd It was not thought n0MDi,. Ir, ..-.II la. ,tlt,,ul.,lua X , necessary to nail In physicians. Mrs. G I ecu was able lo go to nvnrk on Tues day In the. dwelling next door to her son'H residence, which she uses us an nfllce. She wwa there transacting busi ness yesterduy, but would not see a re porter for The Hiin. As the reporter withdrew a street band was playing guttural music nut sldo Mrs. Green'M wlndowi. The fact Hint they were not driven away with nickels or strong word seemed to nub stantiaU tit aecrttary'i tettmenta, W.L. DOUGLAS "THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE" '3.00'3.50'4.00'4.50&'5.00Shoes YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY n m. m.mm.9m mm m m A afl annarWIafl BEST KNOWN SHOES INTHE f WORLD. VALUE GUARANTEED W. L. Doaplas guarantees the valae an Sirotects tie wearer against hlgk prices or Interior shoea by stamping hla "name an4 the retail price an the bottom For 33 years W. L. Douglas name has stood for shoes of the highest standard of quality for the price. If you could visit his great factory at Brockton, Mass., and see how carefully the shoes are made, and how the actual value of pair of shoes is determined before tne nrice is stamned on the bottom, you would then understand how W. L. Douglas guarantees their "value, and why his shoes hold their shape, fit better and wear longer than other makes for the price. W.L.DOUGLAS $4.00, $4.50 & $5.00 SHOES for style, fitand wear equal those of other makes costing $6.00 to $8.00. fata ma art . aw a a t sj.uu oz 3j.:u anuta excel omer makes for the price. w.i owini.idcktes.iiMi. None Gennlne nnless W. L. DOUGLAS NAME BOYS' SHOES i M.M.fJ.M and tkeretallniicelsstamaedontke bottom ia tk wrU) W. L. DOUGLAS STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK: 2779 Third Av.. bet. 146th l 147th Sti 347 Klxhth Avenue. U50 Wett 12.lh Street. BKOOKLYN ai K.. A aaA . . ruiiop .'irwi, rer. i ran. 708-710 Broadway, cor. Thornton. 1 . t.i7 itrn.,i.. rip. n.t.. Avmua. 1478 Fifth Avenue, cor. 11th Street. eaaweafa Ihtmm mfW.L. Omutlmm 0S.OO WHITMAN DELAYS BIDDINGER RULING Tlii'iT fJovornnrs nnd Corps of Noted Lnwyprs Fleure in Sonsattonal Heni'iti&r. 1 A. I.K0 WKIL IX ALBANY j Oiiioaoo, April 26. Attorney Hubert Aipas't. N". T April 10. After a'H. Cintwell. tlKhtlng to delay the rx sen.it!oual .learlnc In which lleured the tradition to Chlcico of (luy Hlddlncer. itovernois of three States, a corps of the New York ami Chicago detective pron.nent l.uers. one of the liet ' wanted Tiere on tlfty-oiie .oinp'.alnt". known detn tlves of the country and v1 caused a -ens.itlnn to-day when he told mats of documentary 1 videlicet b-nucht i!"V IMward 1-' Piinne, hrarliiR arRU fro'n Illinois. Gov. V.i1tman announced ' ments in the Hotel La Salle, that the for-to-.lay that lie would iio-tnone action oil titer dclertlvc had been offered a bribe of f the ..t.nlie.tf ion tn r.v.ibn Him w.-irrnm r.f eMr.i.l'ti.iii iiim.i rinv 11 Iti.l.llnper. . former detective sergeant of Chicago. I Hldilmu-er Is wanteil In Illinois '01 answer various charges there, but iSov ,. ,,. , . ..' vi..,i., wired iiw .,Vh'tm.tn fiat "i ,e ends of justl e will be defeated" If Hlildiiiger cannot be takcn at once to et Virginia as a , pilnclpal witness asalnst A. Leo Weil, a' Pittsburg !awer, accused of bribing a J West Virginia public service commls- sloner Guv. Jlattield's telegram was as follow i: I Hlildlngrr Is a : ece.ary, material' and Indispensable witness ag.iint Weill a;,.1,l,'',,'lV,','U,ll':,,,ranll0t,'r0lTertT!.'i"' out him J pledge you jny word and the aonor of the state of Wes Virginia that I " ' " "i-i"" ; him. As Illinois lias waited so many , w prejutllced by wait - , a f , k h, nn . , . . - ... ... nla HI 'on J be prejud . '.!, of ..feate.l by Itldrlluger's oxtradition to Illinois at tills. tjjni i Whitman jue ' "before the th r", K7, ",H ? ' ' " r ,,",.' e" n.dltlon for 1 Iddlnger. He will give '"f",, 1 ,hN to-morrow be wired, "'"' asked f.ov. Whit- man to delay I a division for a week. The Governor said he would hold th natter In ubeyauce until he hears further from Gov. Dunne. Louis Marshatl, Samuel Koenig and Iiidor lxresel appeared to argue for Hid ilingei's extradition oil lwlialf of the ' Stat of Illinois. Against them weie ! allglP. Mo-i'S II. 1 1 rnsKllinll. William 1 '"'l lT !""' ' ' Turchl n The hearing took an unexpected turn al Its very beginning, when Mr. Gross-1 man announced that Mr Well was in i Albany nt the Ten Kyck Hotel, about three blocks from the Capitol -and asked "his attorneya" to produce him In Hie llxeciitlvo Chamber. "We represent the Slate of Illinois and no one else," said Mr Marshall. "1 simply want our Hxcellency lo know," said Mr. Grossman, "that A. Leo Well la hero and that I am not allow i-d to question him." Mr. Orossman pointed out that there have been no Indictments found ngalnst Hlddlnger In Illinois. The extradition was requested on three warrants, al though ll has been stated that there are forty-eight other charges against Hld illnger In Illinois. The fllst charge. Mr. Grossman said, was niade by Henjamln J.eeman, who alleged that Hlddlnger was guilty of larceny In November, lfus. Hlddlnger was alleged to have Jostled tine William Qulnn while lnnan took from him 5fl and a pocketbook, This was said to have taken place on the occasion nf a prize fight, which Mr Grossman said actually occurred months before the lime set in the affidavit. . i,eemnn, .vir, lirossmnn sa il, I I . ...... : . ' ' Leeman, Mr, Grossman said, Is not a nor Had Hlddlnger Jostled him, ' -ei. . ., a ' The second oliarge was made by Ike Klein, Mr. Grossman pointed out, alleg. hut that Hlrtrtlnirer permitted hint lo escape after arresting lilm. "Klein is a professional thief and has served prison terms," said Mr, i Grossman, "and on the date he savs he I ........ . was allowed to escape we have proof here that Mr. Hid. linger was In tlie C.tt.tllna Islands and won a prlzn for catching the biggest fish of the season," The third chargo was 'made by Har ney Herlsche, Mr. Orossman Indicated, and was to the effect that "Tomm" Thomas had given to Hcrtschn n bribe which he In turn gave to Itid.llnger. 'There Is no affidavit from Thomas." said Mr. Grossman, "and who Is nertaohe7 In an article he has written UnMlf lie declare he tu altvaya a, v jy inaaaan VmmW cataiocrr. 859 Manhattan Avenae. 1779 Pitkin Avenue. .1KRSKY CITY-18 Newark Avease. 'UNION 1IIL.L-U76 Berjrenllne At. ... ...... : V ". ' ..T . .. , . . . M'ATKUSON - 192 Market Street. TKKNTON-101 E. State St.,cor.BrMd anaf $4.00 araaa ff wian. crlmliiiil a nil rvoti cites Vilicn !: per jured luinyolf un the wmic-Mi t.mi. All thrtf cliui'KC- rre ni.iJc by crooks and arc iib.Milutely im.iipp(irt-il." Jut h. t!i TicarliiB oonclmled Hlcl dJtiRur told (iov. Whltnian that about two months hb two thieves c.itnc to lilm 1 ' New York mid e.ild tint Mr. Well was ofTerliiK tiiroua'i lt.Tti.oJn 1500 for tfhtl- iruu'o'iumS toA,Ro"back'nto Illinois, but was told by the proseeutlna attorney that nothlns was ponding 1 against lilm. $30,000 BRIBE OFFER. :fh,c"B """ " " Waa Urd to I'lee. S HO.OO.l In .1 Itimn rum and a "nenslon" . of ll.rtnn .1 monln if he would fie., to Autralla. ThN is alleged to liave been done keep lilm from testifying against a I'll done to burc lawver eharceii wlib on nttemnt m br.be public olllclals In Wt VlrRlnla. "I understand that HlddlnKcr's tesll- mony is very important in the rase." Uo limine said. "I'm not going to take any chances -.n asking for extradition frurii New York until I tlnd out some of the secret workings of the foices against Hlddliiger." llrrvrj- In tiueM of City- WorUrra. Members of the Department of ,,,.., BaV0 lUer at the Aldlne Cluh nlcM , n,arlPS s, ,,. ' f t'epuiy my omptroller, who recentlv , was appointed a Public Survlee Corn- , ', ' " i," ' , V, iJ mMInn r '' "', r ompiroiicr i reimeri,nst, ex-l resident th" "Ul f M'l Forefather was right! The wools from the County of Norfolk in England cer tainly do make long wearing suits. The proof's in our hand some Spring suits of ""'Fore fathers' Cloth." Butternut brown, green, grey and black 'lleglslereil trademark. olive When the selling force is enthusiastic, you've pleased a pretty critical crowd! From 50c. to $3.50 we are now showing as handsome Spring scarfs as ever we've had in our stores. Have you seen the Italian silk grenadines? Everything men and boys wear. ROGERS PEET COMPANY Broadway at 3th St. Broadway at Warren Broadway at 34th St. Fifth Ave. at 41st St. 1 "The Four Cornera" This Advertisement is printed here for t hp special convenience of Business Men Now is home-changing time. If new bedroom furniture is needed, this sale offers the opportunity to get it at a good saving. Send the news home by telephone. Arrange-to meet for luncheon if eon venient, in the tea room or London lounge. The furniture sale is on the floor below -Seventh Gallery. An Emergency Sale of Furniture The coming of a new stock of merchandise lo the Seventh Gallery necessitates the taking away of some of the Bedroom Furniture from the floor. It cannot go on the Sixth or the Fifth. The furniture on those floors is already concentrated as much as is compatible with con venience in selection. The only thing to be done is quickly to dispose of certain single pieces, suites and duplicates. To accomplish this we have organized this sale, where Prices Average 30 Per Cent. Less The furniture in this offering is all Wanamaker furniture, regular stocks. None of it has been pur chased for special sale. NOTE No Wanamaker furniture ever is. It was all made accord ing to our specifications, which are rigid. Furniture which does not mea-sure up to our specifications is not taken into the Store. At its regular prices this furniture is a good purchase. At its reduced prices it is an opportunity that home-makers can hardly afford to overlook. Half Off 5 Piece Ivory Enamel Bedroom Suite, Louis XVI Design, $380. 8 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, Sheraton Design, $129. 1 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite. Colonial Design, $225. 4 Piece Walnut Bedroom Suite, Louis XVI Design, $398. 10 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, $4-18.25. 9 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, $128. A Third Off 7 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, Adam De.Mi:n $206. 4 Piece Ivory Knamel Bedroom Suite, Adam Design, $10S.75. 5 Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, $250.75. 4Pieee Mahogany Bedroom Suite, Adam De.-icn. $145.75. A Quarter Off 1 Four Piece American Walnut Bedroom Suite, Queen Anne Design, $210.25. 3 Piece Ivory Enamel Bedroom Suite, $123.25. Seventh Gallery, New Buildinc JOHN WANAMAKER Broadway at Ninth, New York Ihe new Arrow COLLARspring Style, in two heights ClUtTT.PEABODVCrCa INCAMKMS AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE a iiitr.tr urn. MMiiir .mom:. iJircr-r .Wrirdni'tii. Illnitnr Sating, iti'tttr SmU'n Than l;ispw liirt' ThiMiMtmH cil Hi-,1 Mi,k,i hi ;t KttlMi or tir We iii -,a'r. Sciinn HiiIIcmI hi 1'mhI Tin'. "llrl Clirup." MaKnr'tn. KWvtrii' Krtiliiu nl , I.hiuph, t'lioajuM I'rli'i-. IliM (JiMllly .kiuiii nnnlixl In .itcry innl I OOO UOIIII'.N, d'.'.l IT. Cadlllai'i, I'ai'UiinN, l'lri'm, llarlCorih, lluclvon-i, KlatK, Kuril Hint '.'(H) ntluir nnkui Oikh Wantnl "HarmlnH" Nome Nwell Nr "Joha" In orrtrr. Also any 4iHlnulrltp. I.linnuinu, Soilitn, ne., at any oReir! Ilcinrnlel your citr, cinilnu loh. Solid Truck Tliw, rt to ia.ft0, tulur-t un to 1 7(1. HnrKaliik In Ktcr Pe.irlinciii Jandorf Automobile Co., AUTO tc TIIIK DKI'Alt I'M KNTH nsi-lftut-Broattwav, nr. A7th HI. Bodr DwHtamt. miof w. wib si. Some of the pieces and suites are reduced 25 per cent.; some JW per cent.; some half. The av erage is about HO per cent. It will go quickly. Our full warranty goe.-s with every piece of fur niture in the sale, which includes Bedroom furniture: Matched suites; Separate pieces; In a variety of woods suites in mahogany, Cir cassian walnut, American walnut, .Jacobean oak; separate pieces in ma hogany, walnut, maple, oak and enameled woods. Private Schools THE SUN maintainn a most efficient Educational Bureau. This complete service t nbs-olutely free of charge to you. Accurate ntitl unliiasfPil information tfivcu to tj'l inquirer. This t-erviee will prove of vahialile assistance in lectinir the proper eliool for placing your boy or tr rl. In writing give aufficir-nl details io that intrlligrnt advice can be given. SCHOOL - COLLEGE and CAMP BUREAU ISO Naau St., New York I'KuroVMJi. SIIAI.KI) II1PH will ti rk Ito.ir.1 nf Wjirr fuii-n tw.'iitt .kki-ftn.l floor. Muni lp r I'urk llo Tklilik ili'l 111:1 t,t Nkw Vorlt Cut. null 11 y " .M.iy v, ISI'I. fur i imn.i. t(7 ( Iiik nml 1 11 la I ' Ink I'ihh tHltkH, HltinilltE bntkk Hill ni lor I'nnlriillliiK rlair valtka tn i'f tllk I'lty fiiiiiikl nf tht' r a'. iliirt In Nkiv ork nit Kt tlik .ihii k n ii1 in tt ill In, pulilli'lV OptMlk.l HI. 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