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THE IVlhlMO WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1913.
ADVANCE OF REDS
UPON NEW YORK
Swoops Down on the Invaders
and Saves the Blues Prom
Girl "Soap-Box" Orator
Is Official Scorekeeper
of the Wilson Campaign
HIS MAIL RIFLED
BIG FIGHT IS RAGING.
Manhattan's Invading Reds
Begin the Advance Against
(asrtal froa. t Ht.d ' 55 ' ' K'
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HEADQITAKTKII-H CHIaW ITMPIIIK.
BTRATFonD, Conn . Au. 12,-Thf ni
Jrndri of New Vc.rk wfr forrwl in
r.trest to-day after four hour of iMfd
flahttnc. They havr Mttb1Wlt4 smps
at Naufatuck J urn I'.i'n, on the Ml
bank of the lli.uaalnnlc Illvi-r. Ttiry
till hold Ik brllR' at that l t. wlilih
checks for the present the IUU mhnniv
on MOW York.
The Hvil army, ronslallna! of the S.v
snth. Twelfth. Ulxty-nlnt:. Md Srvrnty-
fuet New York, waa una to galh
much advantns" through I In- irtrrat of
the Mue troupe, consisting of (JM rout
teenlli. Twenty-third ami Koi t n nth
res, I mints of lltuuklyn.
While the Blue Army was retreatliiK
through Mllford the First New York
Cavalry, under Col. tiMver U llrldgr
man. awung .1 round the Hlurs unj came
up on the advan lnu llrd. with n aurt
dsnnsss that waa startling id the In
vadara. The cavaJry a.ivd the Blue Army
They turned the tide of battle and pre
vented a disorderly retreat and later
forced the ltede to fall i. . k toward
Orange. When the cuvalry fl:t aw.ing
Into the battle line It waa at Five Forks
and was met by the Twelfth and Klity
n.nth New York lleglmrnte. The
troopera dismount! and went into ac
tio on foot, forcing the Twelfth and
Blaty-nlnth to. deploy. The Hr-vsnty-flret
New York threatened the rear of the
cavalry and the troopera fell hat-k to
ward Mllford and took up a position
from which they could not be .lllo,lr 1,
, The Rel army moved buck to the
'vicinity of 111 lieaduuarters at OranKe.
Capt. W. A. Maun, chief of Muff for
the umpire, said the battle wa n draw.
Both aide have advantage a renult
of the fight. The Hlui are well located
t Ml'igatui k Junction and the First
Cavalry U camped to the eastward of
Mllford, the original position held by
MAY TRY TO CROSS THE RIVER
The Reds occupy practically the aim
(round they did before the action. It
now appeara that the Reda will at.
tempt a doming of the Kouaatonlc river
Into Blue territory at Derby They have
the Twenty-second New I ork en.t.neeri
near thli point with p-ntoona and the
crotelng may be attempted to-morrow.
Thle waa entirely h New York battle
and the regular army umpire are en
thusiastic In their comment! on the!
work of the (lothamltee of both aldea.
The fight wai a hot one and the aol
dlera were heartily glad when "Ceaee
firing" soundwl ind the ordera to make'
camn were lssu I
Ai Hill' s Dainty Fingers
Push Tacks Into -Map
That Mark Progress of
for Whom She "Spell
binds" on Street Every
In front of a big dek at the Wilson
and Marshall new palatial hradquarta: I
tn the l"lf h Avenue Building :ts a girl
apparently playing a game that require
all her attention.
Before her ilea a ,blg map of the
I'nlted Rtatoa. and now and ngiln ahe
carefully selects a thumb tack from a
partt-colored collection beside her and
derairatea the aurfarn of one division of
ttie big checkerlKiard, pressing In here
or there a yellow, green, blue or red
headed pin. F.a'c.i day tle n'imhrr of
the colored peg iMrMM, and MOB
every Stgvlfl In the I nion will be simi
The girl I Ml A:eita Hill, the only
woman oftlrlally connected with the
I rgan..a. Ion COfMUltOO of the DsBiO
rratlo cornolnatlon uf which hlMMf
(lore I B ha. Inn an.
It I a game Ml Hill I playing a
war game -nnd the map before her 1
the Indicator fiat how how the tight
I progressing. To the Initiated the yel
low peg show that there have been
return received om the Htate, green
from the county, red the Congres
sional district and Mue the precinct of
the locality Indicated. A report come
In from other State, countle. Con-
....... i, . n. . , j4ltilrtM and Dre.'lncts how-i '
In that the work la being organized I ,:,lk"
. . . - . ii., i . area!
tlrey are registered, so hub curious nine
game, become each day more Interest
ing. SHE BOOSTS WILSON FROM
TOP OF SOAP BOX.
Mia Alberta Hill, only twenty-one,
ufTnige leader, itreet speaker, organiser
and campaign orator, bows at the
shrine of the Peniocrtttlc nominee who
he think ha been raised up as h
leader at a g.eat crlala. Having tht
ilemeanur of a little guakereas. yet she
Is full of ti.e fire of a rlghteuus cause
and Is the moat enthusiastic of the
s"orrs of etitnujlasta who each day (HI
the corridor and offices of the Wilson
gild Marshall he ulquarters.
Her entlnislasm for suffrage la only
rivalled by her enthusiasm for Wood-
row Wilson. The two go hand In hand
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MIS8 ALBERTA HILL.
BY P.O. OFFICIALS
Shows Letters in Senate, De
claring They Were Opened
to f ict Inquiry Secrets.
GOV. WILSON'S WIFE
Indignantly Denies Report
That She Approved of
Ing, while she has hea- audience with her.
pi ai l b ally a well a metaphorically.
Mlaa Hill adroitly turns the attention
if the crowd to mutters political and
f Wood row Wiln. With as
grg it .o alin us her h"arers greeted
her suffrage ipee h they Join In demon
trations for the democratic nominee
for President And when the little Wil
son campaign buttons are distributed
a semblance of a riot ensues among
those who tight for the souvenirs.
"ENGLAND HAD ITS CROMWELL
AMERICA HAS ITS WILSON."
MM has always been an admirer of
Mr. Wilson, lias M ss Hill, and when
asked If on closer knowledge he came
up to her expectation she limply g.iapc.1
for breath: "Com up to iny expecta
tions? He simply soars, on, he Is per
Then earnestly. "I bellcv ' he hna been
raised up al this time to fill the gap
I do. indeed. It has alwuvs been so In
all agi a (hs( w hen a country needed I
leader some one appeared to fill It.
Winn France needed a leader Nap".
WABHtNOON, Aug II -Senator
FolUlte to-ilay charged officials of the
Post-office tepnrlment with rilling his
mall In an attempt to learn the results
of an Investigation he waa making Into
conditions In the postal aervlce.
He showed the Senatn I bundle of let
ters which he declared had beun opened
hfore he received them.
"My mall wns eubjected to an es
pionage BlmoHt Russian In character,'
declared Senator I.a Follctte. "I have
here a. bundle of letters. Knowing that
my mall was opened In violation of the
law and rifled by some one hostile to
the purpose I had In making the lnves.
The chnrge wns made In connection
with tne provision or the POMOtnM smoke and that
upprogrlatlon. which would permit em- women smoking.
pjtoyoOi to Join associations arid peti
tion Congress for redress or grievances.
Senator I.a Follette said be bud sent
out fif tOgn bundled letters to postal
employees, asking for the ccitat con
ditions In the servli e.
SKA OITtT, N. J., Aug. It -Bar Wood
row Wilson made It plain to-dav he
La rjOH not entertain certain views at
tributed to Mrs. Wilson Woodrow, nov.
ellst. former wife of OOTWMf Wilson's
cousin, J. Wilson Woo Irow. The mis
understanding Is over the question of
women smoking. Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
smokes and believes In other women
smoking. Mrs. Woodeow Wilson abhorw
the Idea of tobacco smoke coming from
a womnn's mouth.
Mrs Woodrow Wilson decided to-day
to correct the report which had ben
published In many nawspapers thot aha
Indorses smoking for women. She did
It by making public a letter written In
n plr to a woman who asked If the re
port were true. Mrs. Wilson declared
most emphatically that ahe does not
she disapproves of
16-fflMU MHIB REBELS BUM
ArltK LtUAL DANLt
Mrs. SmitlrSurprises Court by
Ending Fight and Yielding
TAFT MAY COMPROMISE
ON APPROPRIATIONS BILL
together, and evci Thursday night finds ' ivnn Mun forth. Kncland had Its
Miss Hill mounted on a soap box some- j Cromwell and America, Its Wllson-and
While Miss 11111 will not on account of
her nfll lal duties at headquarters be
able to go out campaigning In the regu
lar sense, she will continue to make her
I Thursday night street meetings an op-
where In the Second Assembly IHstrlct.
of w lrich Miss i.avtnU Dock Is leader I
for the ..oiiisn Suffrage party, pro-1
pounding votes for women to ike dwell-!
ers of the st side.
At the conclusion of each street meet- i portunlty to boom Mr.
His Threatened Veto VVoulJ Keep
Congress in Session Until
WASllINCToX. Aug 12. Majorl'y
Leader I'nderwood of the House pre
MOtl an adjournment of Congress thl
week unless President Taft vetoes hi
Legislative, F.xecutlOO and Judicial bill.
Mr. Taft says he will veto the measure
because of Its amendments to Abolish
the Commerce Court and limit the ten
ure of ofllce of civil service employees
to seven years.
This alternoon Hepres. titatlvc Fltl
gerald told President Taft that 1 he
Vetoed the "budget" bill the gesalo.l
would be prolonged until i arly In Sep
temlMT. The President was obdurate.
Then Mr. Fitzgerald insisted there were
votes enough to pass the measure over
a veto, but tl.e President still stood pat.
After a long conferern e Mr. Fitzgerald
gave the Impression when he left thul
a compromise might be effected whereby
Congress would eliminate the OosnflMMo
Court's abolition and Pn sl lent Taft
agree to the si vch-ye.ir tenure clause.
Mrs. Wilson's letter on smoking for
"I beg leave to Indignantly deny
the statement that I appiov uf
women smoking cigarettes.
"The interview upon which your
editorial was based Is a pule in
vention. I Intensely dislike the
cigarette smoking habit for wom
en. In fart, so strong Is my feel
ing on the subject, that my real
danger lies In being unjust and
unkind In my Judgment of thosa
who differ with me In this respect.
"Hut certainly no woman In our
household ever has or ever will
smoke Qttitg apart from the bad
taste of It, I believe with you that
It has uti extremely Injurious
effect on the nervea.
"BLLBM A. WILSON."
When the writ of habeas corpus
sworn out Saturday by William Smith
of No. 487 East One Hundred and
I Thirty-eighth street commanding his
wife. Milk ftetta Smith, to produce In
I Special Term of the Supreme Court their I
five-months-old child came before Judge I
Dugro to-day the baby was produced
Df the mother, and the Justice waa,
told an agreement had been entered
Into outside of court by which the
mother gave the child into the custody I
of the father, to be cared for by
Smlth'o mother, of No MO Kast One ;
Hundred and Forty-eighth street, with !
whom 8mlth is now living.
The mother of the child is only six- I
teen years old, having married Smith
M she was hut flfleen. Mrs. Smith !
claims her husband had never properly i
supported her and ahe wua obliged to
leave him and sunt to live with her
alster, Dorothy Arns, who, on a salary
of SI- a week, was trying to support
herself, her mother and Mra. Smith, the
father having died about two years ago
Smith declares his wife left him July
JC last. In his petition to the Court for
the return of his child. Smith declsred
he had the custody of the child and that
on July 25, his wife and her brother,
Edward Am, forced their way Into his
apartment, and Arns. brandishing a
knife, choked him and seising the sleep
ing child from a cradle, took It away
Shells Wound Women and
Children at Managua
MANAOI'A. Nicaragua, Aug. 13. De
spite the armistice the Nlcnraguan In
surgents began (be bombardment of the
capital at noon to-day. The firing con
llnued all nflernoon. shrapnel shell
bursllng over (he city with occasionally
machine-gun firing on the lines.
A number of women anil children have
heen wounded by bullets from tne burst
ing shrapnel shells and many people
have fled from the city.
The guns on Loma Hill, the fortress
of the city, are replying to the fire of
The foreign consuls and diplomat, c
representatives, as well as fore'gu resi
dents, have raise I their national ftftsjl on
their houses. A proclamodon hu been
1-suetl by (he Government warning the
people to leave the town.
TAFT SAVES WOMEN
Commutes Sentence of Mrs.
Lomax, Who Killed Husband;'
to Imprisonment for Life.
BRUNETTES GOOD TIPPLERS.
VA.SHIN(!TON. Aug. 12. As tlpplera
bionds are outclassed by ibrunnettes.
Army medical offi.-ers have arrived at
this conclusion at a result of two
years' observation of enlisted men In
the Philippine scouts, the Philippine
constabulary anl the Manila pjllce
The reports show that while fair men
are the equal 0( their dark comrades
In ubiilty to withstand the tropical cli
mate In vitality, muscular strength and
TROOPS IN BORDER FIGHT
WITH MEXICAN REBELS.
Kalarr's Kninr to .lapse,
BBRLIN, Aug, 12. -Prince Henry of
Pruaia. the brother of the Herman Em
peror, has heen selected to proceed to
Tokio to represent the Emperor William
at the funeral of the late Emperor of
Japan on Sept. 12.
WA.SHINOTON. Aug. U.--Preskltiit
Taft has decided to commute to life im
prisonment the death senten of Mettle
Lomax, a negro woman, convicted of
murder. ng her husband In thh) c.u. She
' said to have tuherculoeis. ' '
In announcing his dec.sion PresMent
Taft gave out the following:
"I nave given very close nslderatlon
to this rase because It .nvolvea rspltal
ilieic I mi' 'i ... .,,1.1 ,w
meditat on of the defendant in the ehoot-
Ing of her husband necessary to Justify
her conviction of murder In the Bret
"The only living witness of te killing
was the defendant herself. It occurred
at n ght In the room of the deceoood.
and there were evidences of a struggle.
It Is conclUA vely shown by bullet holes
and by other circumstances that the
deceased was not shot In bed, and It
leaves a possible hypothesis and ex
planation of the facts not unreasonable
or rebutted by any of the circum
stancesthat the k I1!ng might sieve
taken place without premeditation."
EI, PASO. Tex.. An lC.-In a fight
last night between the United States
soldiers ami Mexicans near the Inter
national boundary below Columbus, N.
H., a soldier was shot through the body
and a Mexican smuggler's hand was
torn off by a bullet. A report was re
ceived to-day by A. L. Sharpe, collector
of cuatoms at El Paso, and by Col. E.
Z. Steever, In command at Fort Bliss,
The flphtlng was caused by an at
tempt of insurrectos to smuggle am
munition to Palomas, Mexico, opposite
Columbus. Inspector A. C. Ash of the
customs service, piloted the soldiers to
the pla-e. A sharp skirmish resulted
and the Mexicans were driven bark. Col.
Steever has been notified that the am-
Intellect, they are lacking In staying
qualities when It comes to battling with j munition, about fjO.OOO rounds, was cap
John llarleycorn. tured.
teeing and many a fair young skin was
p'irholled by l(s rays.
HEAT DRIVES SOLDIERS EVEN
TO MUD HOLES.
Every river, ttreu ami mud hole In
(he vicinity of the campn WAS MUgbl
out uy the soldiers. Near (he c.unP
of the IVvehU). along a branch of the!
New Haven It.illroad, the solute: ills- I
cov ered a muddy wallow about three I
fret duep. und In that they floundered
about for hours. Men of the leg.ment
who back home would have uaugh: but
porcelain bathtubs and toilet water sat
Ing to the Twelfth Infantry went over
board. A member of the Twelfth
plunged after tbf hybrid and roscusd
he harness. He was rewarded with I
Private Quinn of Company F, of the
Slxtv-irinth also plunged over the rail,
seized the mule by the tall and kept the
animal a Aoel for half an hour, when
another b itloud of Seventh ltegiment
men rescued the heist. Qolnn got Both
Ing hut an all-round laugh, for the bar- t
ness was the property of the Seventh, I
while the mule only belonged to the
The regimental colors of the Slxty-
nlntV the Hlnrr nf wh'e'i la orleeled bv I
hot and the many hills and moods out
off what little breese Is stirring.
The main fight was along the New
Haven turnpike, the battle line being
obout five miles wide.
OOvernor Dlx was up shortly after
dawn and donned a pair of riding
breeches. When the (lrs( rrpoXs of the
contemplated liattle r cached his head
quarters he boarded an automobile with
several members of his start. Including
Military Secretary ItoKay, and set out
for the scene of conflict. Had lie horses
tor (he executive's party followed the
The sun Is biasing , ,M tM wlU,w uu , thelr npl H, fur I fifty-two .liver bands, each recalling
engagements or me rrK'.meni ouring us i
history, Is atlra ting a great deal of at
tendon from visitors.
the world like a lot of mud puppies.
I The lighting Sixty-ninth iaa convinced
! the entire lied Army that It is MBit
"pumpkins." When It comes to bosp -jtallty
or hiking, tha galliot Irish rrgl
,111(111 Itada Hie heal. Col. I,. l. CollUy
I haa the largaal i tgtmrnt m the Held, a
! total of 7'si men nnd ottl 'ere. Only one
officer, l,leut. Charles llcaly. gbseUl
Major K. E. Huffy Is the chief d.
' prpser uf hospitality In Ihg SlMy-nlntn.
The g n ul Major la here and Men and
everywhere with his merry Jests, tsgjor
iliuffy's father, llrig.-Uen. Edvvaid
ON 200-MILE FLIGHT
TO GET IN WAR GAME.
Mukla. ,f.. , .l
. .. i " " " ' ,. " I Huffy, former colonel of the Hlxiy-nlm.i.
Itatt.,. srulllKl ha tiroVM.1 h ill,- f n rn' ... 9
MARBUCHBAD, Mass. Aug. II, To
parll Ipale In the war game In Connecti
cut. I. leu's. Arnold and Klrtl.ml of the
I'nlted Slates Army becan a HO-mlle
High) In a hydro-aeroplane from here
It was pl mmd to follow (ho Southern
Nciv Bn land coast un.l land on the
war governor by mounting a steed and
following ths movemmt of the troops ,he Sixty-ninth, celebrated muss yeater.
rroaa nelda and through the wooda. cl as, -. Members of all the First llrlgad
The whirr of the aeroplane el all that regiments attended the services,
part of Connecticut near the acene of The Sixty-ninth haa a member with
war to gBfJtal skyward. The aeroplane grouch aa large as all PUtdOOM, When
squadron under Capt. F II. Heimcssy ,h" br.ga.le was golpj t board ths boats
will ba non-combatant for a few days. ml ,'00' " ""'"" '"'
U work being pure.y experimental at otreet Saturday morning a mu.e belong,
twesent. j s -
WONDERFUL FEAT OF THE
lieut. Foulola, one of thr crack army
vlatora, accomplished a wonderful feat
this morning when, in a flight of one
hour and fifteen m.nutrs, at an altitude
of between i.,60" and K.Mti feet he suc
ceeded In locating all ths troops and
plotting the territory In t n anglr formed
by tilratford and .New Haven un the
south aide and Derby on the north.
Foulola flew shout forty miles snd his
-work was a revelation to headquarters
Hi demonstrated the practlrabiiKy of
ths aeroplane aa an aerla. aco.il.
Reports sr reaching headquarters of
a cavalry bruah be(ween (hu ltede and
Hluea near Handy Hook an dtbe Hmi
Bridge on the west bank of the Housa
tonlc liver about right miles nor'h of
Uerby. This is the left flunk or the
Blue army, and tne extreme rlgi't flank
of the Keds. The main action It in the
Mllford section, the right flank of the
The Blue troops In the v clnlty o'
Jillford have the fate of New York In
their hands, for they must hold (he
bridge over the Housatonlc ltlver al
Mra t fold against tha lnvgJers.
Should Ih Keds gain possession of this
bridge they will have free, entry over
the river and the march on New York
would be practically open.
After their rest on Sunday the men of
lc V' armies were eager to be up and
doing lu-day. Hunday wai an unevent
ful day .n both camps, and the cltlsen
soldiers Mo nt moal of the Ja: light hours
trying to keep cool. Tne sun was blls-
aviation Held alien reven miles from
Is expected in camp on Wednesday. I the mouth of the Housatonlc Illver.
Father James L. Lennox, chaplain of i
SIMM). mm l ire In Suitor Plant.
NKW lHKKIA, La., Aug. li Fire of
unknown origin last night practically
destroyed the plant near here of the
gegui i Kugor Company. Ths Buguioreg
brotlrern 01 NeO iqictn a I the prU
clp.tl owtlOrSi The estimated loss, partly
covered by Insurance, la .'xi,km).
Women with Young Children
V . I
The niack lllaiiiond Route
announces the opening of a
New Ticket Office and
Travel Information Bureau
near 31st Street
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Years of experienco have enabled Mr. Fletcher to make Castoria a practi
cally perfect preparation. These years of labor : tho amount of money required to
introduce its merits to the public : the investment in its manufacture, including
the most modern machinery, mean a vast amount of invested capital. It follows
that the greatest care is exercised in the selection of each ingredient, and the
greatest attention is paid to every detail of its preparation. The result : The
practically perfect preparation in the finished pr:5uct; Fletcher's Castoria.
Herein lies the guarantee of the absolute safety in the use of Fletcher's
Castoria for the baby, and the warning against irresponsible makers of imitations
and counterfeits. The signature of Chas. H. Fletcher that is printed in black on
tho wrapper and red on tho bottle is the mother's safeguard.
VI' . ' '
Especial attention has been given to furnishing
and equipping this office to provide for the com
fort and convenience of the public. A cordial
Invitation is extended to call and inspect it.
Prompt personal delivery of rail id and Pull
man tickets will be made on telephone request,
and baggage will be checked from hotel or busi
ness house to destination.
Telephone 3593 Madiion Square
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The Children's Panacea The Mother's rrlcnd.
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On Tuesday and Wednesday,
August the 13th and 14th
SHIRTWAISTS. In Both Stores.
The remaining stock of Lingerie and
Voile Waists, made of dainty materials,
trimmed with effective laces and embroid
eries. 1 .25, 2.25. 2.75 and 3.50
value 2.50 to 6.75
Embroidered Tailored Linen Waists,
value 3.T5 to 4-95. 1 .25 and 2.00
HOUSEHOLD LINENS, m Both store.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Superior quality Damask Table
2.00. 2.75, 3.50 and 4.00 each
regularly 2.75. 3.50. 4.25 and 5.00
Napkins to match ."
2.25, 2.75 and 3.25 doz.
regularly 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00
Hemstitched Huckaback Towels....
2.90 and 5.50 doz.
regularly 4-00 and 6.75
Hemmed Muslin Sheets
45c, 55c to 85c each
Hemmed Muslin Pillow Cases
12c, 14c and 16c each
5.00 on 75.00
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