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Polcrlivc Tells of tttrnnjrcr
WIkim' Trull Was Lost at
AtiMiniii Hotel.
I'tfcn Man Hopos to Save Shel
ter Island Herd, Slated
to Die.
In Making Accounting She Reports That Allowance of
$20,000 Fell $7,593 Short Last Year
Will Ask Increase.
200,000 STRIKERS
IN $2,300,000 FIRM
I ... (.
Three Members of Lamport
Manufacturers Supply Co.
Ask Dissolution.
'Troubles Bcffln With Lockout
of 00,000 New York
(Jay Scene at Central Opera
House Oratory and
IMnk Tec Cream.
Stocks 11 Points Higher Than
in September Lower Than
In December.
ms Mrmw m.in flitted through the
tfstliu "' R'ven yesterday at the trial
ff Hubert Kay nd two of his associates.
f described by Detective James J.
Coy, who w.i tellltiK Judge Howe and
the Jut) 1etnlH of hi" shadowing of
K.iy .i fi'W '-'', nefore the latter' arrest
or, ,i charge of conspiring to Wow up
n.unH' n carrying vitrei.
Detectives Coy nnil Hterret followed
r-.iy on rrld.iy, October 22, when he met
Pr Herbert Kletixle, also under Indict
trnit hut not on trial, and 1 'mil Slchs In
tl.f i:,iillnl'tc Ilulldlng. After the meet
It., according to Coy, Kay went to the
K.ilfr Ki'llcr, In Kortysccond street
re.ir Hroidixuy. where he met a well
il. r..-(M m.in, li t t dinner with hint, chut-
M win lilm In the street and then said i
. , i.,,.i,i
Tie detectives' orders were coutlneit to Impossible to grow anything" on tho 1st
t ,e fading of Kay, but they telephoned 1 and. .Shelter Island Is too big to pc--
!l'o.ii:::.!'?.:!'lut:r: m? 'j,!"l,;1','it f to one SPOt tor
: vv r;:; ,:;r
Kiv began the cross-examination he de-
xeted much time to ascertaining whether
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r'ni- ...!, 1 he v:m Informed that detective
. i ..... ..,,, ... ti... ti..i.i i...i.
; . ' . i . . ,...n
v::.le rnrnthV lilt ie Incident t. tes. .
t.moriy of witnesses for the prosecution
hs devoted to a careful and logical de-
t iiipment of clreumstantlnl evidence of
the niretlntfs of the alleged conspirators,
their movements on the street, their de
votion ' Jhelr work In the garage In
Union Hill. N. J., and at their home and
tl.e identifying of various parts of the
illeiicl loinb or mine that was to be
(A.-tmcl to the rudder posts of single
crew ships.
Kmll llerilg, who lives on the second
flo'ir of th building at 212 Main street,
t'filiin 11111. where Vif n.n,l 'attr
Foholz, his brother-in-law, had their I
j.ir.iKi'. testified that he never saw any- j
thins lltttiilnlls 111 It irapu.:! (wilt. '
Uken by the prosecution to show how
i.retle the allegel conspirators
i-orked- though he admitted that he
in metallic cases lying In the garage.
Hernaid McMillan. 81 Centre street,
testifled that he supplied to Scholz vari
! cenrlngs of dlfTcrent kinds, for
which Scholz paid him $151.
John " Knox, Assistant United States
All jrney, who is piecing the clrcumstan-1
till evidence together, called James U.
Moore, a ir..iohlnlst and expert on ord
nar. e fro: Fort Wadsworth, In the
afternoon. Then for the tlrst time the
"eaihled bomb, as It Is alleged to be.
nithout the explosive, was presented for
the Inspection of the Jury.
louls O. Fuchs, an employee In the
aiiltarlum of Dr. I.ust at llutler, N. J
Vre worked Knglebert Hronkhorst.
ti ither defendant who has obtained alof
m.ar.ite trl.il and who Is accused of
1 iv:ng furnished ilynamlte to Fay, testl-1
f.ed that he Uiught dynamite at a hard-'
s.i store In Hutler for supposed use I
o nroiiKiiorsi in uuuuing a water con-
cjk ior inc eanii.ir.um.
1 he trial will Iw continued on Monday.,
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riot to llestrey hl.. W Ith Fire
Ilumba i'hariceil.
N'me men. eight of whom have been I
m. Je arrrft for two weeks, were in. 1
ot 'led yesterday by :i Federal Orand !
Jur Mil a charge of plotting to destroy
m, r h.int ships by means of lire bombs,
T ie Indictment, were handed to Judge
Howe hi the criminal branch of the Fed-
Ml court, where Robert Fay and two,
or his associates are on trial for con-
I'lrin to blow up munition carrying
Tli- men Indicted are Dr. TValter T. ,
Mienle, a druggist and chemist of Ho-I
token, where he Is accused of having
"sembled the bombs; Caiit. Otto Wol
prt. superintendent of the Manhattan
r:rs nr the Allan Line, to whom a
Mt'hel containing the bombs Is alleged
to hae been delivered; Capt. Eno I lode.
fi" K superintendent of the Hamburg
American Steamship Line at Hoboken ;
C.pt. Charles von Klclsl, who worked In I "ructive. iney cant Be capture.! nor
Iir S, heele's laboratory In Hoboken ; I roul11 they bo driven Into the ea be
Ca . S. htnldt, . hlef engineer of the tween Shelter Islanil nnd Sag Harbor
1' 'edr eh der liroese of the North Oer-1 started for Sag Harbor. The tide
man Lloyd Line ; Krnest Hecker. elec- would be too etrong for them. Hesldes,
t.- an on the ship, who Is said to have the Sag Harbor residents have Informed
wade the metallic containers for the ex- ' us that they don't want them."
t lwves , Frederick Karharde. Oeorge 1 Chief tiallagher said that tho Con-
I'rjede and Wllhelin I'aradcs, the last
.re. fourth engineers on the Frledrlch
ilfr i.rosse, wlio are accused ot having i
lil.'d to make tho bombs, i
The ,i.i. m,.M are accused of having ,
violated sections 37 and i"JS of the Fed-.
'il rlinlnal stututes In thut they con
; -e.i -o ilespoll the owners of ships by
r'.'i " g the bombs In the linlds. setting
f'e tu the cargoes and destroying the
earenes .mil the vessels themselx'es. The
l .'ll. iment charges that the men plotted
f ' "iti January I, 1MD, to and Including
Anri 13 last.
rlie penalty 011 conviction may be two
years in prison or $10,000 line, or both.;
Ir Seiieeie has not yet been arrested.
Hi strikers From Tnllnrlna- lletab
lUliinrlil Fined l Krh,
Tailors ftom tho establishment of
i.a...u ., it...,, ri.i...-,l.lnl
ii,. iAeWn on strike for
"M,e necks, thought they xxere not re
" ng etioiigli attention yesterday and
d uled to make a demonstration. They
J. .-.led
I 'v of them with baunera tearlng
th wotds, "(in strike at Nathan
r'e'nr s." paraded around and around
tlx U iildi.rf.Aslorla Hotel. oihiosIIh the
arn neoide to collect. 1
"a he eighth lap as the procession
munde.j Thirty-fourth street into Fifth
x ii u: Detectives Cohen and Folleman
"Pi'e.ted and arrested six of the march
el's Tlie others vanished In the direc
tion of the Kant Hide ,-ur lines.
'--" li of thu six was fined $1 In night
Head lock fiver Krcoft-nltlon of
I'nlnn Appear llupelraa,
Apparently r.l cfTorts to itveit a strike
er )T,ntn ar.thracits tnlritrs have falle',
A suh-commlltee comosed of four
r'l'iesentatlvea of Hie miners and the
Mine number of representative xt the
operators deliberated all yesterday after
I'Jri and last evening at the Union
1-i-agiKi Club and adjourned until tbla
""rntng with matters still at a deadlock.
The 1 wo faction were unable to reach
oiiy middle ground on tho question of
ho iccognitlon of, the union. A minor
Plnt of controversy la the demand of
" miners for a 30 pec cent. Increase In
ges. The operators offer a 5 per cent.
Inn 1 a he,
I'or nine weeks tho committee has
mii deliberating, and each day the
thai,,,, nf n petieefu1 setiUment haa been
srowlng niore remote. It wa lioped
hut some u,t mlnuto agreement ml!it
bo reached, but preaertt indlcatlonn are
'hst nil effort to avert atrlkt hfvo
men waited. "
Shelter Island's red deer have Just
two more day to brow e on young green
thlrtfw and twitch their earn In the sun
light. Condemned by the. Conservation
Commission they must die on Monday.
Thero Is no way out of It.
Conservation Commissioner (Jcorge U.
ITatt sent word to Tun 8l'n yeMerday
from Albany that no one regrets more
thnn he the necessity for exterminating
tho 200 or more, deer that have become
so vexatious to the agriculturist and
hortlculttirlsui of the .Island, but that
after considering the situation with the
greatest caro and deliberation he la
convinced that they must be shot.
"The deer have become as numerous
land as pestiferous as Jack rabbits," said
.... , ' .. . " , , ",u
Mr' ' Hn It has become practically
!fa,,v,rr - "r 1 : might
1 baited and trapped, but even that
would be doubtful
commission felt that It would not
U" rll
". wi nirougii
nnoiner season witu the practical cer-
Hainty or having
crops ruined. '
Wh" .'t"'" f tl commission Is'
extremely difficult the public, and esne-1
dally naturalists and persons Interested !
In preserving wild game, must know that
the Commissioners have considered every
osslble expedient and have found that
no suggestion looking "toward the pres
ervation or the removal of the deer to
another feeding ground Is practicable."
I'tlca Mm Make Offer.
It was learned that E. V. Ibbotson, a
manufacturer of Utlca, is witling to pay
from 110 to $25 for every deer captured.
He wants to liberate them In the Adl-
rondacks. Commissioner I'ratt said that
If Mr. Ibbotsou had a practical scheme
for rahtllrinff the Heer ntl effort .'nll1il Iim
for capturing the deer an effort would be
made to round them up, but that the
Commissioners had not been able to hit
upon a practical method.
Myron Cameron. conserntlou division
chief for the Adirondack, wilt be In
this city to-day to arrange for the big
deer drive on Shelter Island on Mon
day. Mr. Cameron Is an expert hunter
and a crack shot. He will have about
twenty-five game wardens from the
Adirondack?, the Catskltls and Long
Island under orders. twinning eatly
Monday morning, he plans to distribute
his riflemen In a long line and to send
them forward In xuch a way as to start
every deer from coxert. It may take
two or three days to complete the Job
of extermination.
Sportsmen from all over the State
and especially frpm the neighborhood
this city have besieged the Conterv
tlon Commission's office In this city, at
M15 Hroadway, for permlH.sloii to take
part In the hunt. Nothing In recent
years has o appealed to the Imagination
of big game hunters. But their appll
cations were refused by Division Chief j
Uallagher. He Informed all Inquirers
that the law makes It Impossible for
any person save a game warden to par
1 tlclnate In the hunt.
The warden? will proceed under hu
hf)r,y of ;( ,HW whch
vlclw that wild animals that have be-
ron"! " "' may be shot. But
there Is no open season for deer on Ixng
"laJid. of which Shelter Island Is
legally a part, nnd any person having
the temerity to "butt In" on the deer
drive next Monday would violate the
game laws nnd be subject to a penalty of
$200 for every deer killed $t00 ,ih a
penalty, $100 additional as n fine, with
the further provision of a day in Jail
for every dollur of the fine not p.d.
Island Itrsldent Grieve.
Dr. McKay NUhol. Jr.. whose father
owns a large estate on Shelter Island,
expressed to Chief Gallagher yesterday
I"."0'" of vle,v of SheUer lH,a"d r""
"We hate to see these deer killed
said Dr. Nichols, "but they are too de-1
servution Commission had worried oxer
the Shelter Island dee,- problem for
three years, and that Commtosloncr
I'ratt was the first official who had the
courage to take the necessary stand
that tho deer must be shot.
.latnraiiM insiaia on i-rnireiinn ior
be Female Heer.
Dr. William T. Hornaday. director of
the Zooloulc.il Hardens, ban sent to i!ov.
Whitman his protest against tho Kassou
bill, passed by the Assembly on April
110, which criult.i the killing or female
nr. iioruauay iniorms me uoxenior
that the bill was missed hv a trick after
having been rejected. He appeals to
the Uox'ernor to x-eto the measure so that
the Adirondack deer be preserved,
"The shortest and the quickest way
I" the world to exterminate any blr
game species. Is by permitting cheap
pports to siaugnter me Drceumg ie
males," sayH Dr. Hornaday. "kill the
mothcru and you kill the race."
Two riiblientions Will Rn Com
bined Hofli Among Oldest
of Kind in Amerieu.
Ilarptr't Werkly haa been purchased
by the Independent Corporation and Is
to be Incorporated In the Intltprntivnl, It
waa announced yesterday. The ntep
combine two of the oldest American
meek lies, as llarptr'a Wrckly has been
In existence fifty-nine years and the
tidcpcndent sixty-eight.
For fifty-six years of It history far
per1 Weekly was under the control of
Harper und IJrotlieis, but three yeans
ago It was Hold to an Independent com
pany, and since that llni" .has been
edited by Norman Ilapgood, formerly
editor of Collier's Weekly. Hamilton
Hoit I the present editor of Hie Dulc
The two publications have always
been similar in purpose, having; as their
aim the Interpretation of current history.
Harper' nun nan me nonor or pumisn
Harper mis nau tne nonor ot puDiisn-
In the esa of Oeorge William Curtis.
ill wrltlnn of William Dean Howell
and' the cartoons of Thomas Nast, and
Horace Qreelev. Henry Ward Ueecher.
Tennyson, Indwell' and Klpllnf have om
tutA tn'lh l4tmn4mr.
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Mr. Madeleine Talma go Korce Astor,
widow of Col. John Jacob Astor, tiled In
the 'Surrogate' Court yesterday her ec
ond accounting as guardian of her son,
John Jacob Astor, now nearly 4 year
old, and disclosed the fact that during
the last year It has cost the child TS.60
a day to llv and that the allowance of
120,000 made to thu Ik- In the Hurro
gate'n Court last year wan f", 5113.20 too
Mrs. Astor repotted that she charged
against her mm one-third of the taxes on
the residence at sin Klfth avenue,
amounting to 135,530. or Jl 1,843, and
one-third of the $1!,000 It cost to main
tain the Astor establishment last year,
or l!.6fi. The Federal Income tax .on
the $3,000,000 trust fund was 12, .'44 and
the tax on the money she received In
lf14 as guardian of the boy was 1176.
The accounting shows that Mrs. AHtor
paid $720 to the boy's nurse during the
year and 1299 for physicians' bills. The
fees to attorneys acting for the boy,
with disbursements, amounted to Jl.IlS,
and the premium on her bond of $120,000
as guardian was $225. She paid $sl
for .merchandise and Incidentals, making
the total of $27,&'.)3.
Commenting on these tlgures Mrs.
Astor said :
"The above report shows that I have
expended for the benefit of the said
Infant Wtween December 3t, 1914, and
tieccmber 31, 113, from my own re
sources In addition to the sums receded
by me for his account $",593."
in explanation of the schedule of ex-
pendltures Mrs. Astor said:
Ask Temiiornry Administrator
for $1... 00.000 Kstfltc of
the Incompetent.
Litigation over the $1,300,000 estate of
Herman N. Walter, the aged carpet
manufacturer, who died an Incompetent,
began In the Surrogate's Court yester
day, when Mrs. Anna Kuthe Walter,
who was married to Walter after he had
lost his icuson. aked for the appoint
ment of temporary administrators, pend
ing her contest of the will, made In
David I.evlntrltt. counsel for the
Walter estate, contended that Mrs.
Walter hml no standing In court because
it proceeding to annul her marriage, on
the giound of her husband's mental
condition. wa pending at the time of
his death. Surrogate Cohalan isilnted
out that the matrlage still stands, and
that Mrs. Walter hud a rlithl to appear,
Mr. !evlntrltt theai asked for delay
untll h can consult with the executors
under the wilt. He said that as soon
as he aot notice of Mrs. Walter's action
he called Clareiue Walter, nephew of
,h., .1a...l.nf nnil fine of Ills executor,
over the long distance telephone to Call-
fornla. and within two hours Mr. Walter
.... i.io u-.v i-'i ,l uilt ntrlve
Sundaj. Mr Levlntrltt nsked that Mr.
Walter, or one of the oih.r relative,
t named as administrator, but lr. 1
Walter wanted a disinterested person ap-
' - - - .
There will be no harm .come . ,0 t he
iirfe.iMTif nrnner v inroiifrn era unK u i
a little time." said Mr. I.evlntrltt. "The
estate consists largely of the h.vd rait-
...,.1 liti.l. ll.u, coil, I he liolicht."
"M.inne ar should be declared to
morrow." fuld Surrogate Cohalan. ,
,i,u.ii , , ,.. - ,
one to have authority to protect the
t.,.l.t.,'t II I., .mite IMrtinrtanl ror some
Ml Mifht lirlllhiK llrrak Homii
Man Whit ""hot Frank Kenn.
After being questioned nearly all night
Michael Itombollu of ins Hoyd axenue.
Jersey City, confessed yesterday that he
killed Frank Kenny of 3li I'nlon street
I ww.k apo. lie was held without ball
nwat ,)c Hct0n of the Hudson tlrand
o'mbilla said he accidentally "bumped
r,tl),. MrH, Kenny and her husband called
I htm a "Pago" and 11 "Wop." He said
, he turned to argue xxltli Kenny nnd was
struck In the face, whereupon he drew 11 '
rexoher nnd fired. I
Kenny was assistant to City Engineer
Van Keureii. Mrs. Kenny said her bus-
baud was upbraiding Itomboll.i for call-
1 c "Hello chicken!
, nitnree nf Broker, Obtained Itjr lie-
fnnll, lleopened.
Tlie second trial of the divorce suit
brought by Italph C, Morgan, a broker,
against Mrs. Mary Hyatt Morgan, the
drat of which went against Mrs. Alor
K.in by default scxera weeks airo. was
. heard yesterday by a Jury In the Su
preine Court
Mrs. Morgan denied the statements of
her husband's xvltnesseH made in the
present trial that she Was found In an
apartment with two men In circum
stances warranting a decree, SI10 In
sisted that she was taken III on tho
street and having no place to go be
cause her husband had cut off her al
lowance she permitted two men who no
ticed her condition to take her to their
apartment until she waa able to walk.
The Jury In the case was out until 7
o'clock last night, w.hen It returned a
sealed verdict.
Prince (irnrge It. L. Cochran, Pittsburg;
II, Laskey, Hostnn.
Laiirellnn -I'. ,V Devlin, J, V. Casey,
Samuel J, Davis. Oaniulu,
Suvoy Mr and Mm. C, A, Perkins.
UufTnln; Mr, slid Mm, II, D. Ilurgesa,
ltroadwnx Central I.. J. Dverett, Union
i'Iiv. Ph.: P. I'. Parent, tit. Louis; George
II Hnyder, San Juan.
Algonquin Mrs Alfred A, Pope, Kr
iiilngtmi. Conn.; Mr. und Mm. A. Ilra.lleo
Hunt, Chuppuiiun, X, V.
Knickerbocker Mr. nnd Mm. W U. Kay,
Detroit; II, O. Landry, Syracuse; G, A,
Cudwrll, New Britain, Conn.
Clarldge V. M, Carrlok, New Orleans;
M II Ion l Work, liilladelphlu; Mr, and
Mrs. D. T, Weakley, Davtnn,
tlnlham Mr. and Mrs, John Wushliurn,
MlnneuontlM: Mr. and Mrs. lllllnn xvinr.,i
1 Chicago; Mr. snd Mrs. It. N. Hay, Boston,
Manhiitlan Mr. nnd Mrs. J, D. A. Acer.
Mnnlreal; Mr. and Mrs. V. I.. Par. Geneva,
N, v.: Mr. and .Mrs. Ddgar Ilumliiini,
, sicAipin .xir. una Airs. junies.H. croll.
1 Ml" Jan" '-'roll. I'rlnctoii. N. J.t Dr. 11.
, A- "clner. Montreal: Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Howe. Hoslon,
Wolcottllr. and Mrs. I C, Tuckerman.
Milton, N. Vfi Mrs. Frederick H. Relate,
Mtss Kathleea Belrten. Harlfor; Mrs. 9.
m. iiiMv. Mr, si. n, omiin, Mtiie Iioca.
I i . iidnt, I. l i -.ffect this "f '"'1-''- ft-' Industry to secure a 11 " . , . , . ,P" Kri" -' Luis Cabr. ra announced that lh" pies-
"I dont think It would affect t his f ., ,. M Heir president of!" lo ,',t" for ""' """' '" "!" ent paper currency, or Hat money, will
estate very much." said Mr. levlntl I t. rl,PflXuse Klectrlc a d M, cl lne 1'r- 10 '"t ,hBm' " furU"r sti,t"1 continue In circulation after May 1. th..
lo which Surrogate Cohalan replied: "It I "'Yn.- the trouble In the trade could not date on which the new l-s,. f hills
might be necessary to .sell the securities .K XJ adjusted by the outsiders working , ,. m , .i.uUtion.
at once. .'tllclals of the IMttsburir It illw.vs t'om. 1 ,0 t""t Flat money, when paid at the lioiern-
The Surrogate granted the ndjourn- u-'n,H! ,? ' , ";"ur;, . ment ofllccs. will b. rellred and de.
"1 beg to state that I am the mother
of the Infant John Jacob Astor, who la
now In his fourth year. That since his
birth he has resided and does now reside
with me at 840 Fifth avenue In the city
of New York, under my personal care
and euppqrt ; that said Infant and my
self constitute the entire family oc
cupying said residence and share Its
accommodations and the service there
"The estate so occupied is maintained
at great expense, the taxes for the year
191K amounting to $35,530, and the ex
penses of maintaining the said estab
lishment during the year 1915 for em
ployees, upkeep, supplies and household
expenses being $29,000. I have been
advised by my counsel, the Hon. Henry
A. Ulldersleeva, that It Is proper and
reasonable that there should be charged
to the said Infant on account of his
share of the expense one-third of the
taxes and one-third of the cost of main
taining the establishment at 140. Fifth
"Hy tho provision In the eighth clause
of tho will of my late husband for the
creation of a trust fund of J3.000.000
for the lienefit of each child of mine that
may survive him, it clearly appears
that It was his Intent to provide a sum
for the maintenance and upkeep of said
Infant ample to secure everything for
the cemfort, welfare and education of
such Infant that money could provide."
Mr". Astor reported that the trust fund
in 19i: yielded $130,000. It s under
stood an application will be made In her
behalf shortly to Increase the allow
ance to an amount sufficient to cover alt
the expense of maintaining her son.
Demand for B Hour Day Met
hy Closinpr Dowu of Many
I'ittsm'h,;. April 28. The widft-piead
unrest In labor circles which Is crystal
llzlng In the demand for the eight hour
day has tak-n deep hold In the ntls
burg and Mahoning Valley districts and
from present Indications will result In
n great lockout strike. To combat what
they term 'exorbitant and unreasonable
demand" large cortoratlon and eni-
plocrs In these districts have reached
an understanding and henceforth will
tKn. labor with the most effective
weapon at their disposal, the lockout
The first application of this weapon
was had when the Westlnghoue Air
Itmke Company, the I'nlon Switch and
Signal Company, the Vtlnghoiie
Machine Company, the IMttsburg Meter
Company and three Pittsburg plants of
the Westlnghotise Electric and .Linu-
facturing Company announced the clus-
lug down of their works Indefinitely fol-
lowing declaration of strikes by their
employees. Industrial concerns In all
psrts of the district are now potlng
nonces 10 me same run-i.
The Ilepubll. Hubber Company of
Voungitown. Immediately the demand of
l- ) OV tliit.!,., f I
Its l.aOO emnlosees was made lor an
, . . ..." , ,
cign. nour ' ;'" an m-rrase ,1
announced that the big plant would be .
J:-,V!Sl .'"l?."; iV'.-a '
Tic u n r. pld . it a-,
lnTeas 111 vtasres,,
.. ." ,.,,.. iii.v,?,.i x.
1 .e 'V,.i '"V" "V
" "-.
Kees's Hock', the It. P, Nutall Conipany
and a score of lesser plants walked out.
The latter plant, a subsidiary of the
a'-'led Westlnghouse c.ilnpaiile
"t'ly announce.l la shut
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.... .,,..,,, r,t fuaii.tln ,.,.,1 i,i.iip.
pany, S.ioo cnu
Interurban electric lines xoted last night
and to-dny to quit work at midnight on
$3,000,000 ESTATE
(onl.,r., III.,,, ,,. Vlt,.t c
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Macon. O.i., April !5. A legal battle
that has been In progress in tho State
und Federal courts for the possession of I
the fortune, estimated at .1,000,00n, left
by the late James M. Smith, who died
011 December 11 last, was ended to-day,
for the time being at least, when Judge
Kmory Speer In the I 'tilted States court
here assumed Jurisdiction. Judge Specr
announced that he would name a iecelx-er
nllhin a few days lo take charge of the
Smith was a peddler back In the 'fiOs.
He sought fo marry a prominent plant
er's daughter, but the parents objected
because lie did not hate sufllclent money,
"I'll haxe more money than jou ever
thought of Inning," ho t.H.I tho girl's
Then he settled down, determined to
lenialii a bachelor and to accumulate
money, Ho finally bought thn largest
plantation In fleorgla, built the town of
Smltboula, operated a railroad on his
plantation and had his own telephone
exchange, lighting plant and coal mine,
He raised everything thai xvas used on
the plantation; bought nothing front the
outside world,
, No will was left by Smith when be
! died, On th day following his death
. the light for his property was beirnn.
Temporary administrators were ap
pointed. Judge Spcer held to-day that the ap
pulntmcnt of teinisnrary adinlnlslrators
was nun and voiu localise the adinlnls-
tratnrs practised fraud In gettlm: their I Iday'1"' wltl' "'tier boys in the street, be.
appointments. Andrew C. l.rwin I o icatne conused and ran Into the automo .
Mitchell. Nat D. Arnold. I.. K. Smith' , ,,n"' ''"ne Pliy-le"" vainly swerved his
I). K. Meadow, a former Judge, ami I; machine In an efTort to avoid the child,
Frank T, Holder were the administrators 1,1 "V-ildion pl.-kfd up the boy and car
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The hearing has been In progress In
the Federal court for four weeks. Dur-
Intr this time sex-en sets of "heirs" 1,
presented claims to the estate. These
claims give James M, Smith six mothers
llxe of the groups declaring that he was
an Illegitimate child,
Lawyers for one set of claimants sav
they will carry the fight to the United
States Supreme Court,
faun Fine for t'nealar Seller.
Louis A. Aschcnbrand, 11 druggist of
t7 P Olcmnnre avenue, mN I we 11 con
victed III the Federal court in Hrooklyn
or unlawfully disposing of cocaine and
other narootlcs and sent to Raymond
street jail Iti default of Uvft Mrment of
500 fine. Imposed by Judge Veeder,
Unless employer of several classes of
union labor weaken by Monday 200,000
workera will be Involved In strikes or
The trouble) began yesterday with the
lockout of 60,000 cloakmakerv, who have
been conducting negotiations with the
Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturers
Protective Association for several
months without avail. Kven the at
tempts of Mayor Mltehel and large
group of disinterested clttxens to Induce
either side to cede enough to come within
hailing distance of the other fnlled to
avert the lockout.
"The cloak manufacturer! do not state
tho truth when they say the cause of
the trouble Is our demand for a closed
shop." said President Benjamin Hchles
Ingcr of the International I -idles Gar
ment Workera Union. "The closod nhop
doesn't figure In the dispute. We want
to have It decided definitely what a
union man In the cloak industry Is,
nnd our definition did not agree with
that of the manufacturers. That Is why
the manufacturers and employees fell
"In line with the decision of the
Mayor's council of mediation, we wanted
It decided that a union man was one
whose dues to the union were paid up
and who observed the rules of the union.
The manufacturers refused to guarantee
that they would look at a workman's
card nnd sec If he hail paid his dues.
Under the preferential shop system
union men In good standing would bo
preferred In applications for work.
"The manufacturers want to bring
about the sweatshop conditions which
existed before the strike of 1910. In
view of this we have decided to fight
them to a finish."
Mayor Mltehel In a last minute effort
to avert a strike sent a letter to K. J.
Wile, president of the Manufacturers
Protective Association, asking him to
call at the Mayor's oltlce yesterday, but
Mr. Wile failed to appear. He gave as
his reason the fact that his attorney
was out of town.
Other union men who will strike on
Monday, acco.-djng to. the Indications
last night, are 5,000 marine engineers
on transatlantic. Atlantic coast, gulf
and great lakes lines: S.00O marine j
cooks and stewards, sv.uuu carpenters, i
20,000 painters, li.,000 bakers. l.r.Ou
cement workers, 1,200 seltzer workers,
10.000 metal workers and 4.100 Inside
Iron workers.
In an effort to end the garment
workers' strike Jacob H. Schlff yester
day sent out telegrams to more than
400 members of the executive committee
of the Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufac
turers Protective Association Inviting
ioXcuss tsUuat.ono
thnn to meet him at the Hotel Astor
to put thousands out of work.
inly a score of the committee men
came to the conference In answer to the
telegrams. Theodore Hnusseau, the
Mayor's secretary; Charles L. Hern
lielmer. Ofcar Straus, Henry Moskowitr..
Ir J. U Magnes and Henry M. Hruere.
City Chamberlain, were also present at
the meeting, which was held In secret on
the roof of the hotel.
When those who attended the meeting
came out they refused to tell what die
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nrv ll.u , ,,ii",:iiiovii i,ie i,i-,ioii 1,4 uit
,.flu.turr, , disregarding the inert-
b with til e Mayor. It ... also Vnade
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,V(. ,., wer,,
M" make a request of the Imdy of which
they are numbers to meet t.-.e Mayor's'
comnilttee In an effort to end the threat
ened strike amicably
I. ally this morning a statement a
made public by I. M. f.etsk.iy. vice-president
of the association. Charles Heine.
man, chairman of the publicity commit
lie, alio nenry ,iioeuei, .1 JII..HUIH.'-
105 Madison avenue. In which
tie. and Henry wndeller, a m.inufa.
While Whiskered Old llmieo .linn
('might In Hotel WkIIIcL.
An old man with a white lieard and
benexolent aspect was apiroache,l In the
lobby of the Hotel Walllck hy Detective
ll.i r roil last night and tapped lightly on
the shoulder. "Conic along Leonard,"
said Harron, "they are waiting for you
down town"
The old man went protesting, t
Police Headquarters 1,1s linger prints I
corresponded with those on record a, .1
neioiiKiog .0 acre ,.0.0 utuimni, one o!
tne inompsou m ik ... coiie ,,,-e e 1
w no, posing iih .xnoi-en ..arncKie. xx in -
lam lx, Vanderbllt and other proinluent
men. swindled rich Westerners out of
thousands nf dollars a few years ago.
The prisoner Mild he was St! years old
and lived at Ilfi West in:d street. A
warrant for his arrest xvas Issued .1
year ago.
Most of the Thompson gang are now
serving terms in prison, Frank T.
Thompson was sentenced to ihe years. Ati.antx, April -When Georgia's
Fred and Charles tlnndorf, Louis Weiss , f,v prohibition lawn go into effect on
and Samuel CIcrcaux are alo In Slnsljday 1 iiewsdenes i. liable to
Sing tevctc penultv If thev haiidln any pub
licatlon containing liquor ndx ei tisements,
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HIS AUTO KILLS BOY x,y t11,te'h Att'-mey-tleneral Walker
ntO rtUlU ilMULtU UWI I applies 10 publications
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I)!'. Will IH'0 II Of lOllkl'I'S ItllllS
Over Child Who Hurls in
Way of Our.
VoNUtiis, N. Y April US. Almost on
the spot where his son was run down
nearly six yearn ago Dr. Umls H, Wal-
dron of 27 Itadford treet this evening
struck four-year-old Tony Cnrro of 1S7'
Waverly btreet xxlth his automobile. The
Imy was killed, The doctor's son, Victor
Waldron, now 13 years old. xvas in the
machine with his father nnd saw the
The car wan going (ioutli In Waverly'
street near Dark Hill axenue when Tony.
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lal,r' T,lfi d"t',or was arrested, but was
l",r0,,'( h' Coroner Knglo pending tho
1 Voung Victor Waldron met his acel
"der almost Identical ciicum
i Malices, The buy, returning homo fton
church, Mopped to play In tho roadway
nnd ran Into the automobile of tleorge
I,. Itlves, ex-Corporation Counsel of
New Y01 1;, Jlls skull xviib fractured nnd
for forty-three daya he lay unconscious
In St, John's Itlversldo Hospital here,
wheie hlH father, a visiting physlclun,
attended him day and night, I'rayeis
xveie offered for the boy'a recovery III
many of the churches of Tonkers:
When at last lie became conscious and
began to mend his parents declared
that they believed the nippllet.tlons
bad saved his life,
There was a Tower of Babel at the
Central Opera House last night. Men
and women of fifteen mtlonalltles
Chinese, Ilusslan, Irish, Kngllsh, Spanish,
Herman, French, Lithuanian, Swedish,
Finnish, ItalUin, (Jreek, Polish, Hun
garlnn, Japanese and u few plain
Americans, gathered In the big hall at
Sixty-seventh street and Third nvenue
nnd gave a pageant of labor for the
benefit of the Hand School of Social Sci
ence. Theie were 3.10 girls and boys, men
nnd women In the pageant, nnd many
hundreds of their admiring friends anil
relatives gathered to see them distin
guish themselves. Almost every one wore
the socialist red, and lots of It. This
mado the scene a gay one when
there was lidded tho picturesque
costumes of the visitors ftom New
Vork's foreign colonics. Then there
were the Uoiuan gladiators, Creek slaves,
l.gyptlnti generals, mid so forth, mostly
bate legged, but ery gorgeous In the
upper stories, who came down at In
terVali In the pageant and mingled with
th" populaco on the floor.
The story of the pageant Is described
In the 'onruiif llrraUl, a competitor of
the CmH, burn yesterday and due to die
with the end of the enti rtiilinneiit on
May 2, as "a series of dramatic stage
pictures representing the notaliV strug
gles In history for the freedom of the
people from the opplcsillou ot the ruling
The first straggle Is Egyptian, and
shows slaves In nice clean red and yel
low and white g.irnientettes. not ery
long, but very pretty compaieil with
what the tollers of to-day have to wear,
tolling dreadfully at carrying lhr.o
bricks on u loard. each board suppirted
by two slaves ; and a cruel slave driver
whipping them with a whip mado ot
The i:gyptlitns revolt against Pharaoh
and then the eiirtaln goes down amid
applause, and Henrietta Crosman, In a
beautiful white evening gown, comes out
and telH the audience that the Hnmanii
are coming. Barbarians being sold -is
slaves, gl.'tdl.ilor rebelling under th",
leadership of Spat tacus. and other scenes ,
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ttmies make good Miss Crosman's prom i t , ..
Ise. and then she talks some more and I'lctiirr. Will Shim Work Done In f "'"mtnlsHlliiii.
the Anglo.Saxoim In I3S1 are shown. I'lirlft ( iinu.. " Indep, luleni stockholderV com.
The French lteolutlon follows and a j ' ' mlttce of the Minneapolis and St. Ijuh
grand Futurist picture ends the pas i The programme at the spring meeting , Railroad, opposed to the voluntary re
cant, representing how beautiful the t ie exerutHe c lun.'il of th-, Amerlr.ui ) organization plan declared ipcr.ttio bv
world will be when pe.Ko and happlm-is I Hankers Association at Hrlarcllff Lodge, the board of directors, luis sent out
have been galrn-d by triumphant labor, j Hrlarcllff Manor, w'll be as follows; iuoxles for the stockholder' meeting May
The production was staged under the! Sunday. May 7--The Chicago tpecla! . The commlttio states In Its dr
dlrectlon of John W. Mllchell. who was I bringing Western members will airive cillars that tl arnliiirs are siifllelenr
rs last night U-cau, the
Hand School -tr'niiMiK ltijistril uimhi
Importing a futuristic person from tin
Kandbox Theatre to paint the stage
scenery Mr. Mitchell Is of the older
A labor song written especially for
the pageant by Arturn Clovaiinittl. her-
nldeil in tlie programme as an I. W W.
strike leader from Uiwrence. was a fea-,
ture of thr entt rtalnnient. After the
strains of this dl.d aw;r- there as ,i
debate on tirena redness hv a man from
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for It. and several ,-ociansis, who weiei
aKains, iv.tr who
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against war witn such ino mat ui-ir
red handed arms fairly sawed the air
It, fl,., -ii.rf of their r.r'iiioeiils. I
Tin n all cased from talking ami
peacefully ale pink Ice cream
'Inn .Mouths llefort . I'nrrenej
Will Hrpli.ee old.
I.I, I'.s", Tex , April lit a des-
natch to the Mexican Consulate III Ll
I'aso this morning .Minister or Kinamc
stroyed. It Is e.xiiected that the process
will occupy two months ami dining that
period all currency must bo received at
Starting May I all ilovernment sal
aries will be iiald In the new bills, nf
tlcl.il announcement was made to-day
of Increavis In all Mexican frelcht nnd
nasseiieei- rates and all customs duties
In the past such rates have been col-
lecled In Carranra money at a basis of
two pesos for one dollar gold Tho re
suit has been the hauling of freight for
I practically nothing nnd eiihtnm.s duties
.v l'...MPt i e
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dc lacto government
. .,.,, (,(.H ar(1 , ,, norrai.,., rar.
currency to such a rate that the
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xxh.it It has been getting when It con-
xerts the Carranza currency Into gold
Georgia's en Dry l.i.xxs till en n
llniail Inlerprelnt Ion.
from outside the Slate, as xel as those
issued 111 tieorgla 1110 ppliiton xxas
glxen at the rc.iu.nt of a news xen.ler
I who does a big business ielng "papers
'ftom your home town" Ho was told
' l,0 must go oer exery pap-r or magazine
' beforo be sells It and eliti out exery
1 thing in the nature of a llipio; "ad '
or discontinue handling cuch pulillca-
1 O II x.llllldt p r tl c oiir
-mis Iv, loukins .it tluiii. Von
MUST rely oil the viImu.-ui.
Then sliy t.iki' a ch.-uict'? I'or
10 -.t'.-irs wi liavt u.itlii'ri'il 'roni
the entl of tlie earth the Vcro
t'llil.-s of ou.ilitv. l-'lowers that
hlooin, .'Mill l our tests and trials
e know nnd offer Mich s sill ulie
you results. Krom our counters you
may siiect the best ..I. I. the rarest
new. The first S.isl Cost Is 1I10 siimll
est pari of your ei pease.
I'se pure-lirrd strains.
"Waste mi lime on niungrrD."
Unto you plained tiolden ll.int.ini
Sisi Corn and Vauxlian's Ici.in
our "Infnrnisllon" and "Plionn
tinier" Depart inuats urn helpfiil
Mumiinilh Catalogue CDCC
with order sheels, rlLC
Barclay St. Cor. Church St.
llallroifd stocks are at present about
three points higher than they were last
September, when the annual report to
the end of ,'lune, 19K,, were being Issued.
Hut In retorting this average Increase
yesterday Dow, Jones A Co. said that
the railroad stocks were six or more
points below the high of last December
and January.
In the accompaiilng table Dow, Jones
& Co. deal with balances applicable
to dividend) on common stocks unless
otherwise specified :
invited P. C. InvMed P.O.
eurpl us on mirplin on
iiat yenr stoek. '1., vesr. ftlork
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Atlantic C Line. t.l3.oni CO 4.SU1.I91
Unit a Ohio. ...'1.1.70M.O.I so h.vji.::; i. r,i
t'.ii 1'afitie. . .tt".:.v" :i.j:.9.:i; lt.a
Ches Ohio.,.. ti.JM.OTl t".l ?.a.f'3: 124
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(irent Northern t"3.:'.'.1 t M-lllMl v.U
Illinois Central., ti.w.r'r; T,3 t.v.o.H' ..
Kansas cttr o. mi.O'iO !3 3o,431 t.0
ftlehUtl Valley. V.!..."..) ll.u T.MI.6") ISIS
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'N V V & St t, OI..T0 4.3 T3.SIJ ll i;
Km folk W IC.l.T.O"! Hi !U.X:34 V.J
North I'aeilU.. .J..;i.i..Vl 10.S li.i.s.?) TiJ
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Heading tl.J.'J.ao.i 17 9 C.5:.475
NJIItli IVieine. .;..113.'0) pl.S lW.M, 7 W
xmitli lty pt .. 7,;i:..3ii tsu t.o).v.7 :c7
t'tllon P.iclflc. ."31,1m N" Id St.lKi.W p.?1
Twelve months ended Mareh 31, lsin
TneUe mouths en Ih Ketiruary 3. lt!4.
ill.ilamvi apfdlealiln to dtrtdtiids on the
t,f.i).,s.j first preferred stock, not now rccciv
In dlvedetid",
Itlrle reported 1. C C for year enJed June
19P1, suriilus ovfr charges of I55.94. euual
to l.9 t-er cnt on ll".iui first preferred
Mock llaUnce In first column li for year to
tebruary r.. lt-tf.. utter ilehi'tlng 4 per itiiI.
on tmtli first and second preferred stocks.
'This lialame Is for -ndar ar 1911.
Onlnj to eonsollilatlon New York Central
in.ul" no report to I. C C for full n,"al
Sear 191S
Kli:ure. on VV nrst preferred Mock
Hsur-I on tnlal pref,rred and oninion
sin, i;., uhlrh shar- eiiually ubove. I p-r t"-nt,
mi txith
ttliieludes loal fotiipauy nrtlU"
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i varlotN commtttvc'. At 4 o'dook In th
' afternoon Frank A. Vur.derllp, president
f the National City H.uik. will enter-
tain the members, of the executive council
1'ls home In Scarborough. In the eve-
''dm: a motion picture will be exhibited
at IJrlarclifT. showing the work In the
tnrlft campaign.
iueua, .May .ai etings. In the
'enmg tr.e "ramny dinner of the execu- circular now contains an attid.ivlt by
tlve council will be served. During the i -Mr. McKlroy that tin .uinmlttee lepre
dinner there will he a demonstration of t'.iit shares of the preferred and
1 f p:i f..iimt lll,nl :il t..l, ,li,dnt-
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I seil b 1'iilher In olt fur Custody
nr t'hllil,
Th" teleihone extension as a means of
overhearing the conx ersatlons of Mrs'.
Klhel Van Itrlnk, H', years old, who It
smug her fifty -year-old husband. leiuls
Van llrlnk, for tin" custody of the-
laughter, Jeannette. i. years old. figured
1 yesterday In the testimony before S11
1 pienie t ouri .ni-iice 1 rane in Hrooklyn
or .xtrs. 1 tussle xxener, ronnerly iimise
keeper for the Van Hrlnks and now em
ploy, d by Van Hrlnk's sister, Mr?. Har
lan of f.",' Hedfoid axenue.
.Xlrs Weber te-tltlr.1 that she had got
tin habit of "listening In" on Mrs. Van
I'.rlnk. As a result of her eavesdropping
Mrs Webei had become convinced, -ho
said, that Mrs. Van Itrlnk had numcrou.s
When th- Van Drinks xxete married in
l!in7 the brhle was 1, jeais old. The
textin'on.' of the llollsekeeiiee ii:ik ..err-...!
I by Van lirinK to proxe that the young
w fc Is ail unlit custodian for tre child
Van llrlnk Is a teal estate auctioneer ,lf
-l.i MilnUKUC street. The child whose
'custody l In illspute is now llxlng with
Ills sister, Mrs ll.1rl.1n
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You pay one premium the cost pricr,
but little lower in the cape of the ' II '
tread a thoroughly efficient anti-skid than
Suit has been Instituted by Samuel C.
I-amport, Solomon Lamport nnd Marks
Hurewltz, three of the partners of the
I-nmport Mnnuf.ictuiers Supply Com
pany, converter and wholesale dealer In
cottno goods at f,07-Bll Hroadway, ngainst
Arthur M. '.nmport, the fourth partner,
for the dissolution of tho partnership and
for an nccountlng. The grounds for tho
suit ate based upon an alleged disagree
ment with Atthur M, Lamport.
It was alleged III th.. iillldavltH filed
yesterday that tho dissension linn been
so violent and lasting as to prevent tiny
beneficial effect fiom the continuance of
the partiii.rshtp nn'd that the defendant
has been constantly qunrrcltlng with the
plaintiffs without any reaonablu ground
The linn Is perfectly sohent, with as
sets or $2,300,000 and liabilities which
do not exceed $I5,fl0n. 'Tin company
owns a lease of the premises at .", 0 7 -1 L
Hroadway ami other property and n latgn
stock of merchandise. The plaintiffs nsl
that the surplu h. divided according ta
their upectl,e Inteiests
Tim bu-liiesM was stalled In S'jf hy
Nathan Lampnit, who ntlred In l
law nintlniiHil tho business.
Samuel i Laintiorl, head of the i om.
pany, was out of town l:it night anil
coiihl not be so, oi
Murks llm.'niu. his htoilior-ln-law
and cotmitner. declined to make anv
I'tatfliient. saying he ioiuldered the dlf.
ferences between the partners a private
matt r.
A. M. Lamport said
"An amlcabl" settlement had prcvl.
oucly been agieed upon among the mem.
bi rs of the eoiiceni. The bringing ot
this mutter before the com Is was dun
to rather hasty and 111 considered action
on the part of S. C. Lamport against
the udvU'e of all the membeis of tho
family, partleularly to the gieat chagrin
of our father, .Mr. Nathan Lamport, th'i
founder of tin concern,"
Assert llni-nlnn tre MlHIelrnt iu
"r' :f!!..",,e,UTs '. -'"'r "P .Hfll-
cultics without .1 remliutnu 'lit of i anl.
The committee, of which Charles f,
Mrlilrny, representing the stockholders
bureau. Is a member. In one of Its orlg-
Inal circulais aseertcd it tepresented
10.000 shares of stock. This was ipies-
t lotted by Newman IJrb. president of.
, tni i ompany. and the committee's latest
4.13, share, of the . omnion stool;
I As mure than 75 per cem of lll lire
ferred ami common Mock lias 1 11 de.
posited In faxor of the xoluninry ie
organization plan It is im expected tli..t
any hitch will be caused by the appc.u
ante of the Independent commltte
Dnitcliig nnd nrils M. I n t lierlue
taaocliillon nl 1lclplii,
Countes.s Sjiottlswood Macklu was ono
of the puronisses for the third annual
dance, euchre and bridge party glx'en by
St Catherine Welfare Association at tho
Hotel McAlptn last night.
Other patroness., wire Miss Kllsahetlt
Jordan, Mls.s Janet ttlchnrd, Mrs. W.
Itourke Cockran, Mis Joseph I Herry,
Mrs. Anna Sands o'Miea. Mrs, Mary C.
Drown and Mrs. I'.lla tfiormin Stanton.
St, Cathe.nnu Welfare Association Is a
Catholic association of young women
whosaie workitiK among other things for
xotcs for women I'rlzes for the card
patty were donated by Mrs. Woodrow
Wilson. Mr.s. Charles S Whitman. Mrs.
Norman dell. Whltehoiise, Mrs. Joseph F.
Daly. Mrs Ilobett Adamson. Mrs. Marcu'l
1 M. Marks. Mrs tt.iymond M, Drown
Coroner Timothy Healy, the Ilex'. Fattier
Donley, the Kev. Father Myunn, the flex-.
William J Johnston and lluyier & Co
that of ordinary
plain trcatl tires.
You get thr
satisfaction of long,
honest, dependable
Look for the' IT
on the tread.
835 Seventh Ave., N. Y.
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