Trenton Evening Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1910, Trenton, New Jersey FOUNDED 1882 daily, except Sunday by the TRENTON TIMES WO South Stockton St Trenton. N. J. 1KLFPHONES-2200. Either phone. Private branch exchanges j through which the news, busi- nets and all departments can be reached. Subscriptions by carrier, lOc a 5 %cek; by mail, a year. Hie circulation of the Tren- -ton Evening Times for the past twelve months was up- lands of copies daily. 1 Circulation books open to ft Ctfff to ftW itKsrrr to Ue eVTVPrs tttar ue ILuxrou irmt TTltaft u a means of rd of the improprieties .uid pi M isuatlj mark final ad- journment of thp legislature That TVJLP 1'ilr iilatod when irmnrpmrrits v prt n i r fnr 'mil' uljourmnf nt nip i it thr rlr, k in the n Ite jmf to RJP n (F br imy vims Sai (ftttpmntetliui nnm'tirtlTTjjifc iras-jifljthn iniF'jsurw-st w. i c H.ILVW ry uiml rjJB'inUjms prnwruluins ir tt> t KHi HI-IV pronarrv of it I in IP a i t 113ft EVADING THE CONSTTTUTION. Tn Tpnjf vrp rumors that Mi fifth judk Inus friends well ii mi nitrati wJth him for constituting liuisdt t prin ipal ehampion of n taiilT 1 iw md the sole apologist f 'i tin In is t d VIII .1 l Ml-.ll Ih. 1 rid i 1 I 1 f II r t p 1 r r t h i IM rh 1 11 u pr rt 1 i t I irru m_hl i nn thi f I llU I M h' 1 I .m s u> Ix made to Governor tort (n ignor. ih< spirit of the <onsti tution md iipijinl John RoUierham and t l.irem r Van Oprpn to nil thp two u imios nn (hp Mtujson f'ountj Koard 1 s in irmndmpnt lo thp i mstitiiti in idoptpi in list it ii pro M thi! IM pprwn <.hi -shall hive t'fin nimmitpd to thp Si n UP hv thi- h is prnnnun f r oftu p f trust or I i" I t inri i i IIP ri in i t f thi, s' i'' n i the nn isur irinn i Minn in dis ov r i 1 Uiit it hid manv virtues In N i rk 1 ist FP! i u irv it had onh >TU fiult tl wonlin schedule Of Aldiicli and if opportunity of- Tlu art. standins uat as usual the President frankly con- demned the law at its birth is now Its CAT TIES UP CHURCH ORQAN." Chases Mouse Into It and Spoils Y. W. C. A. Concert. JERSEY CITY, N J., April black cdt, chaslngr a proverbial church mouse put the organ of the new Second ROBBERS PUi IN CtUL NAKED. Richmond Sheriff No on Escape of Crooks. RICHMOND, VA. April 11-Eddie Fav and Little Dick Harris, as they are known to the police, two of the men charged with rifling the safe of the Richmond ion, and as a result there was no organ accompaniment to some of the numhers arranged for the third annual concert of the Hudson City branch of the Young Women s Chris- tian Association The cat was born In the church while it was In course of construc- tion No one knows how to get it out and the organ-builder has been summoned in KiclrMrr Mbanj and I- he champion It thii strange face-about Is due to Mr Tift s thPorv that he is the head of Ins pirtv ind thprpforp chargeable with ;_- _MONDAY, APRIL 11 mo THE TROLLEY ORDINANCE Mayor Madden has ippnvid the fowrisend trollev ordmame wli h will into effect the latter pirt t this after it his been pr >pt rh id JvertJsed for davs is re i nrrd Iv lithe. City charter Whether it will s( rv purpose for whuh it is innndpd Pr result in grcitir (onfuM n will Murh i the policv punurd I v th tr !Ii v I j If hTR bprn fun j it mikps i s( nnns ptl rt ill -.give the people fhf vprv H r thrv H1 v tn in t tin HUES in m h th I m tUi i enton given ampk pvidin i desire to be f ntirr Iv i m Considerate. There has been re sure there will IIP n i disposm n Insist on the strict letter of Mlrn ll I n 11 h in ui I thi i ui M 11 m 1 ui n tint f thr i! that the ibihshpd will i I n t Hi I rr n t( d i taken in thi dirt ui m of better i. Such a course would 'i greater incomemence thin wi feuffered by the poor servipp of last and the earh winter Passengers willing to stand during the rush but thev want cars providfd sufficient number and operated or ftechlles that will permit them tn get their destinations The Townsend ordmame was idopt- as a means of enforcing adequate rice, and will be strutlv enforced nly when public netessitv demands its nfonjement The first suggestion a was that the compinv s right to some of the ciu streets be at- but sentiment apparenth did ot support such a drastic remedv, rhich, If applied would ave -compelled the abandonment of he service and the suffering of a long Jay imlil another could ne organized With this closing of one branch of he trolley campaign it not be Ot place to sav that there has been attempt or desire on the part of thu as its esteemed contemporaries repeatedly gratifv onal spite or secure revenge The i no special grievance against i trolley company or anv of its own- as had no paper called bv am the nor has it been inter- with in am particular It has to the numerous ap- prr n iv ii rpii tr d I v the Sen it ind i i li rpn IK q p mtpd to th v n im v I r u hu h H tin rh mi is rp (Pil Sin h i triiK ,ippi il t> i IniTun h i u is bent i nlv on sprv inu his fiu n I- Int it u ill ii >t bp list 1 UPC! I i I v vernoi 1 ,rt md it w mid IP in insult to him to prop. it ThPip in plpntv if <r mpptf nt HIP i Tn ITrrds-n mntv to nil thp tu tix I urd i ibs dpfving thi i .n in orrlpi to give to Rithprhmi ind Derfii m thp impiidmpnt in 1K1- ititpudpd M put in end t, the tin u i diiirn in praptn p of c, ivprnor, n imiiiHtniR t i offlrr men who i if< tioniblp to thf Spinte ,tnd iftfr thrv were reiPttPd appointing thPin t Uu same offli PS iftpr thp iriniirnmpnt of thp bfgislitnrp T hprp no doubt abnut thp mnninrf and ol IPI t t thp aiiipndmpnt mi Of thi ind ntu n if the Senate in to t mtirm R ith- i-rham and Dpren New York s Cafp de 1 Opera the swellest restaurant in the metropolis, that was opened but a lew weeks ago has gone into hankiuptrj rulps adopted was that n. would be served unless thev evening dresb and for that neither iNevv York nor the great armv of sub- urbanites and visitois who are willing to pav famv prices for ordinary din- ners with fine table service and richlv decorated American what he much wear when he eats it the best of t inlfs md h is found no dc feet in it t i n v k i n 1 'n His iniltpr the President is nni WISP HP is ron- u idi nng himsilt and he is needlessly mi public sentlini ru r'cfore mil inr sr in (imp after his flection his M ws MI t i subject of the tariff were in derail Hi was Ipcted on this un li rM m line Now he accepts the vtrem trrf tlonism of_ Pajne nnd 1 n dust work on my bars said the Jailer TRENTON N J, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11 1910 WOMEN HGHT AND WIN. Petticoated Bucket Brigade Ni Time to Call Man. YORK, PA April 11 who pluckllv attacked a fire which con- sumed the bungalow dt, J D Harnlsh, saved the string of handsome summer cottages of Yorkers along the Susque- hanna River near Goldsboro The pettlcoated flre-flghters had no time to call the men, who were busj In the factories, but formed an effective bucket brigade wheels World benefit anvbodv New York ill of is lost since then and "IIP of the persons were m rooms would stand The does not want to be told THE V PHILOSOPHEH. Wild oats and grass widows are often affinities The modern waj is to rnarrj at leis- ure and divorce in haste When jou begin to take things philosophicdll> >ou are settling down In the social swim the water is never as fine as it looks A woman will tell jotTiTic dresses to please her husband even though he swears even time she buvg a new dress. The hone-vmoon is over uhen a man and his wife cease to be lovers and be- come candid friends The falsehood erf todav is often the truth of tomorrow When a woman makes show of her- self it isn t alwajs a tomedv The man who is liberal in his seldom lets it affect his pocketbook A popular Lenten diversion is plajmg dlabolo with the commandments, the rest of the the world forgets all but the eleventh Set VOIP" nidrlen in the thrush s sons And in HIP sr uth winds slumbering rrfram You needs must come, love is so verv UP who found other waited hint of Spring I have vou back OIT OF THK MOI.THS OF BABES. A little t ot 5 whose grand- father had rrcentlv died was asked by an old friend of the family what caused the death For a moment the boy looked puzzled then brightening, he said I don't but I think It was nothing serious Grandma Well Bessie, how are >ou feeling tills morning0 Small Bes- sie Not thank I don't I slept 24 hours the whole night Lola aged 7 proposed to a number of her small playmates to play Sunday School 'Now to which they all agreed she said 'we must proceed to Thomas S Jones Imcanr for Mav Jr, in The De- 'NOWHBRE ELSE. The ncu minister making his first p istoral call There had been an addition that day to little Helen s fam- of dolls and an Introduction fol- lowed Pleased its reception she announced with pride that the doll was i hirthdiu present 'And how old are %ou my inquired the clergyman kindl> 'Fhe jears old was the reply 'Ah then jou haven t lived long in this world -was the rejoinder I Ihed here all rm life she pro- tested Woman's Home Companion organize the classes We pro- tested one little miss We haven't any organ News LIGHT 4.IRY, It says here that men are goin1 ter clothes ter match th hair this winter That's gcsn' to make tt kinder cold fur th' bald-headed fellers, ain't Life HONOR WHERE HONOR IS DUE. First 'Well done, old chap' Thats the longest ball I've seen you drive Second I'm afraid the credits not all mine A beast of a wasp touched me up In the middle of my swing KVOW THYSELF. Progress consists in acquiring knowl- edge of how ignorant we are Cork Linolenm, Cnt From the Full Roll, a yd. 39c This is unusual from the fact that you can get aa iil i as mucn as vou for the ves- tibule or stove piece up to enough to cover the big- gest room in your home, if you wish to do so Called seconds by one of the fcest mills in the country, but you'd wonder why they were called sec- onds, the little Imperfections are so to hurt the wear a bit and only a trifle to hurt the looks Many stvles, including the full line of popular tiles, and the real cork linoleum, remember, and a square vard 39e. Lots of mill ends, in the shorter lengths of the mill end linoleums, at 22o. The Shirt Waist Boxes at They're 27 Inches long, 13 inches high and 13 In- ches wide Covering of finest quality Oriental matting? over clean, white wood boxes Strong, well-made shirt- waist boxes, these, and as right for seats, bamboo trimmings You will buy these boxes readily enough when you come, folk are doing it now, as we write Handy, convenient things, these, to set about the home any- where to hold dll sorts of hourly-needed things slippers, dressing sacques, shirt waists and kindred kinds, for personal use First mortgages at 5 per cent on the properties of old, well-established companies, which have proven their earn- ing power over a long period of years Circular on application. CALEB S. GREEN Correspondent- for Spencer Trask Co. 147 E. STATE ST. TRENTON 4 11 10 A Mortgage with, virtually, a guaranteed title is an investment of the safest sort When we sell a mort- gage it has exactly that safety behind it, for before we accept a mortgage to sell or as collateral it is investigated and passed upon by our real estate experts. This knowledge may be of interest to YOU. Trenton and Safe Deposit Co., A Strong Hank Helps you as a business man in the matter of II you choosfi an institution whono officers and directors aid iiiau who study and know their customers' needs. Get the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF iRENTON back of you, and your business standing will improve To improve YOUR BUSINESS CREDIT there is no better plan than to regularly deposit both your business funds and your savings In this bank. 3 per cent interest paid on Saving Accounts, and 1% per cent on Active Accounts Open an account to-day in The First National Hank 30-32 East State Street 4-12 10 Jfew Corset Covers are in Those ui you who have been waiting to see some new styles now have that opportunity. New ideas have but recently arrived and are now mentioned for the first time since their advent m the Yard stores. Daintiness seems to be the feature one notes when seeiag them for the first time, and, of course, Quality is there, too, as well as correctness cut and thoroughness of workmanship. few of ihe many t At styles; finished with bios fold, ruffled and lace edges. Exceedingly pretty effects at little cost. At ones, of course, and over a dosea different styles Finished with deep lace or embroidery or with embroiaery and aTace edge. Mostly round necks'. Loose, or full fronts. At odes in round, square or V-neck- lacp and embroidery trimming. At styles, beautifully trimmed. One has medallions of embroidery down front, sur- rounded by Val. lace, and three rows of Val. lace above. One is in a plaid, edged with beading and fine em- broidery. Others are all-lace trimmed, embroidery trimmed, or have combination of embroidery and lace. At superb assortment ol extra fine styles. Lace and embroidery trjmlhing, but in so many hand- some designs that our room is insufficient for purposes of full description. At similar in style to the others, but more elaborately trimmed, and finer lace or embroidery. Sun Bonnets, 25e. each. 5C. to 406. As We Write We are Selling Seconds in Towels 19c and 25c Turkish Towels at 8c 15c Huck Towels Gc. But, remember, the.y're seconds, mis-weaves; put up m pairs and sold so, just as they are, in pairs. But we will ask you to limit your purchase to not more than a dozen towels, six pairs. The Turkish towels are good, fast-woven loops, and though you do have to cut an end here and there and re- hem it, then you've a towel worth twice the prioe you will pay, and better. And in the bucks, .the same. A bit of advice, gratis come as early for them as you can, please; the selling, as we write, doesn't permit us to say any very great length of time allowance. In a special section, in the Broad Street store, right. Women's Suits at to Some were near double some were a half more; al are of the latest cuts anc materials. Long jackets and short jackets; some generous length coat suits. The ma- terials are of burbers, pan- amas, novelty well, most of the popular weaves and colors are in- cluded. Full plaited skirts; just those gracefully hang- ing kinds, or skirts plaited at gores, and there's numer- ous Silk or satin-lined jack- ets; some of the jackets lin- ed with highest grade satins or silks, warranted kinds. Guess you will find about the best choosing here to- morrow in women's suits that you've met with at any previous season at a similar period. And all alterations gratis, you know, as we have ever done from the opening of this woman's wear department many, many long years ago longejr than most of our inhabitants can remember. Yard-wide, 2-yard Long Crex Rugs, 88c Now, honest, have you ever heard of anything like this being done before for the real thing genuine Crex _ They're on sale as we write, and the goods will continue to be sold so until closed, which should be in short order. If there was a thing at all the matter with the rugs "that would be another matter, but they're first quality, and the genu- ine Crex, remember; there's imitations, Crex masquerad- ers, aplenty, you know. Reds, greens and fancy stripes in those colorings so curiously combined as to make them appear like wool foreigners at two or three times the price. Know the wear of a gen-! uine Crex, too, don't you? Never knew them sold for as little as 88c. before, though, did you? They should be More Silks at 45c Just as good a variety as we told you of on Friday last, and of which we sold so Tnany in a few hours. They're choice 59c. to 75c. silks. There V checked taf- fetas, black, white and other colors; there's woven her- ringbone China and Japan- ese silks, with ribbon-like stripes, the stripes alternat- ing in white and colors, with little embroidered silk dots; there's pin-striped silks; there's all sorts, most, that are included Jn three of the best lines of Isflks CbaTwere" intended to sell from 59c. to 75c., and they are all group- ed tinder the one price mark, 45c. It will pay you to see these at the earliest moment today or tomorrow. And There's a Plenty of the Wide Pongee Silks, The kinds, the nat- ural color, woof and warp pure silk. You can wash them just as easily and with just as much satisfaction as though they were- Irish linen, or a arid yet there's a dressiness ever and always, in a natural co- coon color pongee silk that marks them as among Dame Fashion's favorites for spring and_ _sumrner yearj_ not alone for dresses, but for waists, and particularlv for the long, popular top coat. A roughish-like weave, like an old homespun weave, really. Ask, when you come, for the 32 inch wide Shantung pongee silks at 89c. Likalinon, 15c Well named; you'd say it was linen. But it is simply a finely- finished cotton the very finest cotton that goes into a loom, and then it undergoes a mercerized process, and the of the most beautiful of cotton fabrics, and weighty 'nough for the popular tail- ored costumes for summer outing and kindred uses. 36 inches wide and 15c. Ramie linen suitings, pure linen. Yes, an Irish linen, yarn-dyed, has a selvage edge that shows that it is yarn-dyed, can't dye a piece of goods, you know, and leave the edge white, that's proof coifohlsiVe, woven in a duck-like weave, Itne of colors and a yard wide, and 50o. And a pongee linen, again yarn-dyed and mercerized, looks like a Mirage silk, 30 inches wide, 39c. One of the Finest Dress Ginghams ThaVCotne to This Country, 25c Is it putting it strongly? See for yourself when you come tomorrow; don't take printers' ink for it; we in- vite ever and insist ever that you verify advertising news issued by this store. The bolder checks, with plaids and over-plaids; many of the plaids outlined in corded weaves, and the material is_as jsheer jis only________( fhese extra fiSe foreign ginghams can be made, arid there's many color combina- tions. Included are the beautiful, soft, cool shades of green and white, blue and white, and then there's helio and white so on. 32 in- :hes wide and 25c. Hydegrade Galatea 19c Plaink colors, stripes- and ihecks; yes, and broken slaids and bold bars. They 're typical things for the shirt- waist suit, or the heavier, serviceable shirt waist, and what a fabric it is, too, for the children's wear, and 19c, 1EWSP4PERS -IWSPAPFR!