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TH1 1VENIN0 WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
AXEL'S DOME MUST BE ADAMANT"
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21 or YOOfc BIUMM YOU CAN WIN TfcNKWTt -
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BUMP OF A WHALE
GIVES A MOTION TO
Jan Van Damme, Steward and
Poet of the Kroonland,
IM bo tale of a serpent tint
ka 114 Star Uncr brought Into port to
or at the of licr voysge from Ant
w.n Tho skip's g beam no mention
of anything out of the war having been
eweaamtared oa the aea. There's no loc
af earthing In th way either. Tat a
ssihale got In the war of the ocean liner
ana cot oat of the way aga. I whan
brushed by her Iron aide.
U was at midnight on Friday, Nov. 2J.
The foot that It waa aoon to be 23 tor
Nerember mar have had something
the ocean llnar. "He speet on my aye
and nearly drownried me."
The steward wan rnrrl1 away to the
Mblp'H brie, and Df. Wliiny evraped the
Iron runt of th deck from hl funny
bone. Me gave Itlm a rushlon to pit
'i-.mii. fur Jan hut fallen hard. In the
excitement of attending the dlelra ted
poet nobody lied aaen the whala ma
lng bin getaway, but Jan had seen It
and that wes enough. He It and
ha le aure the whale winked an are a
If It were aay-tng to li'm "I handed
you the ryhtne for ocean."
TRAPPED IN HIS HOME,
JUGGLES WITH FOES
Throws Two Men Downstairs
and It Takes Six Reserves
to Arrest Him.
Patrolman John F Solan who la de
tailed aa warrant offlcnr at the Menhat-
wrlth the nautical happening to tha tan Avenue pollen court, had a cyolom
TO FIGHT BUSTANOBY'S
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
Thomas L. Reynolds Denies
Restaurant Man's Charges
and Threatens Slander Suit.
DUTCH ARMY OFFICERS SAIL.
Take America rap and Other Uorar
Thraa proud and happy offlcara or tha
Royal DirMh Army sailed to-day on the
Rotterdam for their homes In Holland,
hearing away aa rhelr own to keep for
all Unit the America Otrp, awarded to
trie army officers allowing and riding the
beat tumplna" horae art fhe Horse flhow
The Dutchmen have won lha cup throe
time In auoceaalon.
Cnpf. A. van Oelllcum, Lieut rjhsrlea
H. leboiichere and I.leut. H. W, C. B.
Mason are the champion ofllcar. lin
aldea the America Onn, they have won
eleven other prlies against the beat
riders of the armlea of ICurope and the
United Mate. They are coming back
to the Tlorae Miow next year, iheit func
tion a.ppenllng to tham strongly.
heals the worst
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wood ship Kroooland. It waa a beautiful
easoBlM nta-ht In tha latltuda of ii north
and longitude to west, Juat off the Grand
Banks near the plaoe where the Tltan'.o
Tha steward of the Kroonland le Jan
Vaa Damme Jan Van Damans from
Amsterdam. The steward doesn't need
tha money which Ma position on the
rolling highway brlnga him. He need
ho no truckling servitor, for through
tha veins of the Van Damme flows tha
blood of a poet. Ho travels the aea
across that he may be nearer nature
all tha time vat! And van dor nleht
boo come and the air Is still from the
Jingle of glaaaea and tha clatter og
ajsiir and moat (taenia sleep lain'd
Id?) Jan Van Damiua ataala up to tha
dock and rales over the ehlp'a aide.
Then It 1i tha the poet In him wakens.
And so It was that he happened to be
oh deck on tho night of the twenty
oaaand awaiting too approach of twenty-third
144 K NIGHT FOR POETRY AND
Tha moon bung in the sky like a
Vaauutlful silt of Edam . uaaeo. Tha
sparkled below like a river of
gin, Tits ship waa the poetry
of motion. Tha moon and the oouan
war Allot with Inapt ration. Tha poetry
rolled out of the soul .if Jan v
Damme Van Damme from Amsterdam
with tha rolling of the Kroonland. It
lOJIad out this exqul its bit of verse
which waa pencilled hy the binned,.
light aa It ran:
"Het wedsr waa arachtlf
Der Maan aolK-hcml hi over den
list setup svootnde lynreuhtJoor het
Tranilated aa far aa he Ro! the Kng
llah version of the Van Daanms sonnet
to the aea would unwind like this:
The weather waa practical iflne)
Tha imoun alilnea over th ocean:
The elilp ateutuv atraJirlit ind trus
tbrougti tne wuler"
AH great pu" have rhtll grdgl :uo
rnwnts All jfreat ixieta have il.t-iy aauee,
Jan Van Damme waa ituok for i
rhyme for in lie looked ui at the
II i hop tl" moon II. looked d own kl
tho sweat dip below, the MO Hand : n
ojsan. What would rhyme with
"oooan?" Jt waa twenty-seven bells In
the Waterbury watoh und -Biff! flop:
The steward was on hla back on deck.
Something had lilt the side uf the ship,
lit had got hl rhyme for u .an mo
gheal POETIC LICENSE AS TO THE
Jan Van l)anun aliutiKled to hla faol
anfl looked over the side. Keuriutf
away from the starboard counter of the
Kroonland was something Hut looked
itfco an Island. .Ian waa deluited with
rain out of a clear sky. The ship hd
run into a hale and oh ' a hat u whala :
It was as long s the ahip. Muylie this
was poetic llosnae on th pari of Ian,
but he sueara that the aliuck the orlK
haal lodging bona, or Jonali.
eUnd he BBSotl 1 aald the eteward
experience early to-day when he want
to No. M ftox street. Williamsburg, to
serve a warrant on Paul Byatl, a 2C0-
pound giant. The warrant waa based
on tlhe onmplalnt of Benjamin Twerds,
neighbor of Ilyslf snd Mr. Twerda
Informed rlolan that he might expect to
have a little lather In arrestlpg the Box
Molun thought he could handle me
situation sdroHly. out as a precaution
got roltcoman Thul of the (ereonpolnt
avenue atatloo to aooonipony hlni.
When ho got to Ova Box street house
lie and Twerdu went upstairs. Thul
was left on guard at tha door.
Uya.lt was at home and opaned the
door to Hixluu and Twerda. When Solan
(Waited tlx warrant Uyait era I (tod a
roar. AJeo lie onoctsd and bul-rughrd
the enemy. 11, kku up riolun hndny he
cast ,'ilm down a (light of slairs. He
paid (he same eomnllment to Twerda
and then went down and happed on the
prostrate men. Nolan managed to got
out me poiKe whistle and blow It.
whereupon Thul rains charging up ths
lairs. rsolnr In hand
Whsu Byalt saw the reinforcements
he retreated to ula apartment. lie
waa joined there by Mr. and Mrs. An
thony l'hllllps and Michael Honnes,
all of whom braced thomaelves far ths
Invasion. Holsn. Thul and Twerda
swept In on them and there was a
ultohed battle that shook the neigh
borhood. Ths Iwltls waa at last going
so strenuously that Ho I an rushed to a
front window and fired his revolver
aa a algtial for uid.
Aa lie did I hla llyalt ruahed through
the rear uf the flut and dived for the
fire escape, rlolan uni Twerda then
aallrd Into Ilyelt'e frlenda anil subdued
them. Thul went driwnatulra to head off
llyalt and they were rulllng In the dirt
of the hack yard when six reaervea
from the Orrenpolnt avenue station
Byult, Mr and Mrs l'hllllps and Mi
chael llomiea were alt arraigned and
held on i-haritra of nautili. Kail in the
.asr of llyalt mid the 1'hlllllpHea waa
fixed at :. each Honnao bad to
furnish a lano bond.
Thomas U Keynoldo. the politician
and wealthy realty manager whom
Jacques Bustenrtby names In his divorce
action against Mrs. Ruth Boyd Bua
tanoby, declared, with a flare or anger,
to-day that he will light Bustanoby'a
suit in the Supreme Court. T'ndor ths
law a co-respondent la permitted to Hie
answer and appear aa a party In a 4J
vorce action. Mr. Reynolds also con
templates a suit against the restaura
teur ror defamation of character, he
"I have not boon served " aald the
rsal eMaxe man at Ma office. Forly
sonond street and Madison avenue, to
day, "but I am a Lawyar myself and
know my rights here, and I have en
gaged counsel, if I aim served, you
may be assured 1 will tske the neces
sary steps to protect the honor of the
voting lady aa well aw my own honor.
I am lure thla suit is brought mere
ly to ereats notoriety 1 consider the
public should bs Informed that there la
mi foundation for auy such letter aa
that which was printed and which pur
TKrta to have bsen sent hy Mrs. Hue
tanoby to me, 1 never received i.tch a
letter and I do not believe such a letter
exists I wsa sbrotd on the dste the
letter la claimed to have bean written.
June It, 1111.
"Just to show you that I was re
garded as simply a friend of the fam
ily I'll let you look at some letters."
Mr. Krynolds went to his safe and
with drew a packet containing a number
of letters. One of the missives waa ad
dressed to Mr. Hey nolda from tho Hotel
Martha Washington, where Mrs. Uus-
tenobv was stopping during a quarrel
with liar husband. Ths letter laid nt
Mrs. Bustanobyg leaving her husband
and asked Mr. Reynolds to meet her for i
a few minutes.
"You may see thai the letter 1a quite '
harmless, he said. "I have known Mrs.
Bustnnoby from May 1, mo, when I
waa presented to her by her mother.
Mrs. Krank II. Ray, wlfs of Col. Hay.
It was at a luncheon at Sherry's that
J first met her. 1 also mat her at a
dinner party given by her mother at th?
St. Regis, the following day. Ths next
day, May U, I soiled for Europe and
1 have never seen her since. Ths times
I mat her at parties several persons
were guests or :ier mother.
From tha Chicago New, i
There had been a lovers' quarrel, and
It van hla first vlalt in two weeks.
"I guess you know there was a differ
ence between your sister and myself?"
he ventured, trylnit to pump the little
"Yes, Indeed," Teapotided Hie latter,
"Weller do you think (.'lara win
make UP PteM she comes down'.' "
Idttle Keasle leaned over nearer end
"She Is upatslra making up now."
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