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ARMY AND NAVY NEWS.
[Ftotn The Tribune Bureau 1
Washington. Srpt«nb«r l&
STOFFAGE OF AIJLi TAT.— It i-«= t.^^ B^'" th " rf '
Ts-ii: rw n change of l«»t\- next •eaarton bo as to make
it po*-?ib> tr withhold only a portion of an army
officer's mv in cases where it is nacewary to st.->p
pay becsrae na indivitlua! i?< in arr^ar? to th*> gov
t This situation baa aTtra<-t»d -he attention
o* the President by reason of 'he circumstances
attending the dismissal from th? service of an "fP
cer of the Philirpine eccuts found grulUy "'* rm '
beatement. It m shown by the records that the
aoensed officer without pay for a period of two
year?. in whidb time he was obliged to pay his own
way through life and obey the orders of superior
. .... C ven when there wf necessity for travel.
Officers ■ m lauiy situated have found the condi
tions vtv expensive, inasmuch as they were obliged
Mhnrrow the ascnev to pustain themselves while
SeVoveraxaent was dedncttes its fine or removing
X! %iSatlon of the officer. Dirfer the law tt is
jble to dc anythir.s els^ than stop the pay
although In some case* the taw is ignored
. * -:v to mnK-e only a partial stoppage. In
. - ises. however, th» disability of the officer is
*f~*~--.~ account .-,r.d the obligation is only a tech
2-ri one Tlw PresfOent b^Tievs that some ar-
Sn^ment should be mad- by which there can be
_:^r :j ; i-stead of total stoppage of pay. and it
ESwni likely that th's id^a will be carried out.
Jltnongn It .,.■ require legislation t<% arcrmrlish It.
RATAL "HT~MP" ERADICATION —Naval offi
cer* srho * * Interested In obtalnlne l<*risiation af
fecting tha commissioned personnel will make a
( ,^. l . rrr . Bed effort to have adopted at the next ses=
afoa o* Congress a system of -grade retire
ment, after th« fashion proposed last year by the
ofctaf of '--•» Bureau of Navisraticr.. a? ■ mmim Of
trasif^rri:!? from the active list those officers whi»
h*a.T- attained a stipulated agre in any grade. This
tas all beea flpired out so as to provide retirement
ari rr.a:-taln a flow of promotion at a rat« which
«CD relieve the service or the threatened "hump,
tiie approach of which is viewed with something
!■-> short of alarm by the erTW-? of the service.
It is realized that sooner or later something radi
cal mast be done to facilitate promotions, and It is
hels in most quarters now that the age-sn-grad<=>
i— '.re— eat., so called, possesses an advantage over
the numerous other schemes having the same ob
ject in view. This age-in-grade proposition stands
*.-•—• show of enactment, for the reason that ir is
favored by the Navy Department, but .t must net
be ir-a?iiied that the plan is without its critics, who
may oe able to defeat it when it comes to achiev
taT aWytlllUK in a legislative way. A \ the i"
5Sa t"his eppos-ition is not now considered suffi
cient to block the plans of the advocates o, the
measure. At any rate, it is intended to urge th*
plan or-. Congress as a means of obtaining in coin
mud rank officers younger than those, who are now
dis'?^arg:ns: such duty aboard ship That is aie
only legislation which is contemplated.
ORDERS ISSTITD.— The following army and
navy orders* have t-«en issued:
O3CAP. W. -WOODS, who v. ::: proceed to Fort Bay
Otatata WH.LIAM K. BLO-ST. Jr.. 15th Infantry, from
Presli:? to Sac nandsec
Q *?euFi=s' : lSAr<l E at A E;an Ftaaclsco ttr exajEinatlon.
n»->ta<r 'i>ir; T smvs. Si tofauUj. IBtaola Natioeal
Vcc: a' Fo-t BbsrUtaL
T*k .— --ar- ,OrVERNEVT> V. PACKER, let In
tßßtrr. to WaallluatWl Barra,:ic--
fim.- atateal T PEBKT - m^ air - IvS^^j^v'
f™^i , p '^ Li i^ T "
THofrpSON^iTi F"R^NO ar.d F. U^EKWX.
ja»J»tai= J- M. EATTLET. detached tha Brook^n; to =a.-"C
iskaatssant E. MOKKI3. to Naval Aea<s»icy.
Trztsr. K. BBSD3SSBOS, detached the Columbia; to the
E=JC*= F. B. WiTTiT to tie Ccr.-.ord.
T-s-.fz. 3. A. LONG from Nlossjbwh ta -«-*• r^^ r *"X
aiuuud, TthWsti Bead.
rsjlliailf P. G KBNNAI to Laic Bluff tralstac Bta
' OBD. .. n BtnS
p B .- : - as - er MG. R. GOI-DSBOBOTjGH. detached th«
' vroi-c-ertne. ; to navy yard New-Tort.
Pl ii iMTi«nt Pai-=aE--;r J. S. HIGGIXS Co narr yard.
ruiifl Jilnlsiit Paymaster F. H. UWT.X detached tha
Arsaasas; v the Hacooci.
Pis»9d f— «- *"»+ Bafiusim B. C. .3rT>GEK, <!s*acfaed
•>>* Newport; home ar.d await orders
Passed Assistant Paymaster F. T. WATBOUB. d^tachel
N'ava; liafliilJl to tie rrankiln.
Passed lIIHI r Pajr-js^er J. B. EEREEE, detached th»
Decrer. BOOM ar.i await criers.
Peaeed Ass-tar.-. Pays^aster C S. BASER, detaefcafi
naval bare, ruin 1"*!1 "*! home and await oxaecs.
A*a-J*-a=- Pa^raa^ter J. C. SILT aetacbed Navy De
paxtmaßt; to sa^r rari. Mar° IsJaT-.d.
Aaeutaz-. Paymaster W. G. ISETXJU de: ached N"avy De
parisient; "- navy "-" Norrclk
Aratstir- B D. BTASLiET, R. K. VAX
MATEF. a^id J. J. L.UCHSINGER. detached Navy De
t-j——»-t- to As.aiic faiion.
Aaslstart ill Mlilll N B. ""LXs detached the
Supply; hoir.e end awai: orders.
AW.f-»-T Pa-niastsr L W. I* JESCKCfOS. detached
Na-iT Depo_rtm«r.: ; to ra--T yarO, League Island.
>«*■»♦. T.t rsjiiaslf E. E DOVGLASS. debited Navy
DapwtaMnt; to navy — .-:. New- Tor*.
AM^tar.t Paymaster 3. HATER, detached Navy Depart-
BMitt: to the SEMqpart.
Assistant Paymaster C. SI FAKSONS, detached Navy r-e
liartjr-ent; to the TTc!v»r:r»-
Asssttanl Pa:.inast-r T. I BRIGHT, detached Navy De
partmer.t; to the Glacier
Aaßl£ta=t Paymaster R. TT. BCHTTJtAJm. detached Navy
Department ; to the Damcr
Resistant Pa.yi=a»ter HI E. OOLLJNS. detached Na-.-r
D«i>artinei:t : io the Arkansas
Asdstast Pavmarter I* N. WORTENBAKETR, ietach«i
Navy D^Sfrtmsßt ; to the Supply.
MOVEMENTS OF NAVAL VESSELS.— The fol
loirliig movements of u tannin have been reported to
th« Navy Devartmcnt:
C«at«^er 18 — The Areriusa. a- Boston: the Potomac a:
tba Sylph, at Oyster Bay. the Nlcr.ci
■on. at Newport: the Ohio, a - Chwwnlpo; the Pea
Homes, at Mcr.te Cr:stl; th» Alice. «t Vv-as^.inrtcm.
BepteiEfcer IP Th« Colorado, from Kcckland for Boston;
•v. Alvarado. ben Norfolk for Ar.r.apchs; the Sylph.
-r-= NT-w-York for Orator Bar; the Abarer.da, from
jfjer- West for Lambert point.
Bepteniber 20— Kaletgh. from Cbe-Fbo for H:nfK^W.
ADVICE TO NEW POLICEMEN.
Commissioner McAdoo Tells Them How To
Do Their Duty Creditably.
Felice Commissioner McAdoc returned yesterday
Quebec and Mor.treal. -where he went to ac-
MM mm his family hemp from their Bummer va-
OBtlon. '^peak-r^ of the Thompson murder case,
Mr McAdoo said that be was satisfied that Captain
McCauiey and his men had done and were doing
everything in their power. Asked as to the reports
that opium and similar drugs were being sold in
various "joints" in Tth-ave., between 37th and 40th
sts the Commissioner said that be believed the
<lrug 8 were being sold there and that he was
Tr.ak:ng a thorough investigation.
Dwillll fnw patrolmen just appointed assembled
hi the IDs room Of Police Headquarters yesterday
afternoon Tor the heart to heart talk with the
Commissioner before entering the training school,
from which they will emerge thirty days hence
TV. the r .-w appokatMS the commissioner said
I mot you men to keep your physical c
eood. A policeman is liable to be called at an>
L for extraordinar:, duty, and if he allows hm
i..if to *et 'at or lazy and physically deteriorated
hTwffl not a^t thidemaiia when it Is made upon
h! Re polite to citizens. Ton are the «»rvants of the
people of New-York. Be courteous. Above aI. do
rot indulge In profanity. Make UP your minds that
Ttm won't indulge in swearing, and that >-w
Hrouare Indebted to no Jiving mac for this posi
tion You are under no obligation to me. I to-^
too as I found y<">u on the list, unless there iai
rb"iolr« cause vrhv I shouldn't. No influence got
voa thTs^l^ce. mtU as the Pol Departments
you owe no man anything for it. t
: houlht you did or if I thought you paid one cent
■ ' would take your name off the list at once.
-\rt. therefore, with « clean sheet No pos
i ■ - -fluenr- should Ket : or. n^d your
doty to the people of N«*w-inrK.
"JTTST TO MAZE ARTHTJB CAEEFUL."
New-York Girl Euns Away with Brothers
-Auto'" Search Suddenly Ends.
rR- T«toaiach to " I "^'
S^rr.fr-rd. Conn.. Se;:t _ " el«ssness! . m
t , arn Wm a le-pon:" v-- : -h th^r exclamations Misa
Hssrf HcMuHin. daughter of Arthur .V'cMullin. a
contract** cf so. 2: Park Row. Kew-Tork, who
Hvca her« cn^r"! her Drc-'h-r Arthur s automobile
*rd drove off with a airl friend from New-York
n ! 55 h >»r»t 1>"1 >" : i !'t r 'ie ca r in Atlant!. rt H'b
-il^^J 1 bfr frirnd happened alona and waited
'tmln!^ -Th-n';he> I It. "just to
W- car tad been Aole«,
e/k" xv ■ t*-an n search ami telephoned to towns
f , -r« wt-i of Stamford. In tlm b*isHx of tfte
MwrHsael arrived home «rltn me m*i.,,!,;"^-,,,^m*
i.,,!,;"^-,,,^ cLae U. Police Headauerters that
••»• 'car »ac louv.o.
BLOW METERS BACK.
Swindlers Use Bicycle Pumps to
■ Beat Gas Company.
Thr electric companies are not the only cor
porations b*»tnc: robbed of revenue by meter
swindlers, according to the Consolidated RS
Company. It became known yesterday that a
shrewd band of ;-wmdWs, by means of an im
provised circuit, were tampering with electric
meters so that the dial did not indicate a tithe
of the electricity consumed.
The gas* people are fare to face with th*> same
problem, and they have detectives at work on
the case One of the men they are after is said
to be the graduate of a technical pr-honi. Th«
6ch«me of the pas manipulators is said to be
exceptionally simple. According- to the report,
by using- a bicycle pump, the swindlers are abl*
to reverse the current operating the meter and
turn the dial backward. They collect on "-half
of the saving.
David Chatterton, an expert H^-trtrian. was
arrested on Tuesday for installing switches out
side of an electric meter and leading a wire
outside and around the meter, thus enabling the
consumer to defraud the company. Hi? arrest
was caused by the arrest of the manager of a
resort in 3Oth-st., who told the police thp full
detail? -•' he scheme.
W. H. HUXT SEXTEXCED.
Former Banker Punished for
Wrongfully Receiving Deposits,
TBr T»!errarifc to The Tribune 1
Chicago, Sept 20.-— William H. Hunt, former
president of the defunct Pan-American Bank,
was to-day sentenced to serve an indeterminate
term in the penitentiary at Joliet and to pay a
fire of $295. Judge Kerster, fixed this as Hunt's
punish- receiving deposits after he knew
his bank to b<=> insolvent.
This is the sequel to, Hunt's second unfortu
nate banking venture He was the president of
the International Bank and Trust Company,
with principal offices in New- York and the City
of Mexico, which failed a couple of years ago.
Althoug-h much censured by the Xew-Tork
banking officials and Mexican authorities, he
escaped prosecution at that time.
William Hill Hunt was formerly president of the
International Bank and Trust Company of Amer
ica, which came to grief in October. 1903. That
company, which had been incorporated in Dela
ware a. year previously, was a combination of the
Corporation Trust Company of Delaware, which
had an office in this city, and the Mexican Trust
Company, which operated branches In nine cities
October IT. 1903. the International Bank and Trust
Company's main office in the City of Mexico was
closed, a notice being posted on its doors that the
concern had gr>n» into voluntary liquidation. A re
ceiver wai= appointed by the Mexican courts, and
two or threp days later on-* by the Chancellor of
the 3tate of Delaware. An order of arrest was
issued for Hunt by a Mexican court, but he crossed
the "border into the United States before it could
>• served on him.
In Di.^m^r. I*l3. the stockholder? of the old In
ternational company approved a plan of reorgani
zation the outcome of which was the formation of
the Pan-American Banking Company, incorporated
In tv«t Virginia and having its office here at No.
91 Wall-st. Hunt was made president of this con
cern January -7 last he was arrested in this city
on request of the Chicago Chief of Police, and at
about the same time a receiver was appointed in
Chicago Edwin C. Day. the receiver, in the peti
tion for the appointment of a receiver for Hunt's
personal assets alleged that Hunt had taken $10,000
of the hank's funds, and transferred more than
J"5 OW I since October. 1904. knowing the bank to be
insolvent. He figured -he total deficit at KT.ooo.
BISHOP CHARGES LIBEL.
Five Leading Men of Syrian Colony
Held Under Bail.
TVhen several case* growing out of the recent re
ligious troubles in the Syrian colony came up. yes
terday, they were adjourned until next Tuesday.
and five leading men of the colony were made
prisoners in court, on warrant? issued yesterday by
Magistrate Mayo, at the request of James W. Oe
borne. alleging criminal libel. They appeared In
court, hearing they were wanted, and were ar
Th« complainant against them was Bishop Ra
phael Hawaweeny, of No 320 PaHfic-s^ . Brooklyn
the Bishop of th<=> Syr!an-Gr«eli Orthodox Church
of America, and pastor of St. Nicholas's Syrian-
Greek Orthodox Church, at No. 30 Padflr-st. The
ade prisoners were M. M. M aloof, importer.
No. 17 Broadway, Joseph H. Macksoud, merchant.
B Sreenwich-st. ; N K. Hatem. No. 10S Green
wlch-St H. A. ilackFoi;. 1 . No. 92 Gr^enwich-st., and
M A. Mokorz^l D So. SI "West-si
They were accused of inditing- a statement, which
they sent to Police Commissioner McAdoo, reflect
ing- on the character of the Bishop. This statement
that the Bishop, before his altar, Incited
men to rder.
Ass:.- -van app*ar»d In
the case, and sail! : "The siTuaticr, Is so dangerous
quarter now that something must be done.
I wish your honor would impress on these defend
ant? thar any infraction of the law will m°et with
th e Bc-.-^rest punishment possible."
The r-r.tirt admonished the men, and held es ;h In
Js""*" 1 bail for examination next Tuesday.
ARRIVED HERE TOO SOOX.
Mrs. Proscht, 60 Years Old. Anait
ing Her Son at Ellis Island.
In the detention room on Ellis Inland. Mr?. Dora
Proscht. sixty years old, eagerly awaits the ar
rival of her son Gustave. who lives somewhere near
New-York Mrs Proscht arrived In tins country
on September 11. In response to a tetter from her
boy Gtis. In which he had told h<--r of the cosey
home he had built for h^r her««.
Owing to a mistake in reading th» letter Mrs.
Proscht sailed on the Neckar, of the North Ger
man Lloyd line, two weeks earlier than the steam
er on which Ebe should have sailed, and in con
sequence the old woman was sent to Kills Island.
as no one was at the pi»r to meet her.
On her arrival at Ellis Island it was found that
sht> had lost her son's address and did not re
member where he lives. The only thing she has
is an envelope, much worn by constant handling,
in which her passage money was sent. As near
as can be made out by the immigration officers
the letter was mailed on July 2* at postoffice sta
tion No. 73. Richmond Hill. Jamaica. The postal
authorities haw n^en asked to look up the letter,
which was a registered one, No 5-406, and in rhar
■ is hoped that the mother and son may be
BURGLARS AT YOXKERS.
Entered Store and Rohbed Safe —
They Knew (amhjnation.
It has just been made known that on Septem
ber 2 Arbiter Brothers, a Tonkers firm, reported
to the police that their safe had been opened th«
.<= night r?nd $63f> in rash and $143 in
J. R. Arbiter, the senior partner, says that he
left the fftore at 11 SO p. m. the night before,
placing the money In the safe. When he arrived
a , the store the next day everything looked as
it had been left. None of the stock was dis
turbed and the safe was locked. Whoever took
the money was- familiar with the combination
of the safe and had a key to the outer door.
The cellar door and rear window were not dis
turbed, they being blocked by large packing
'■uses. The Arbiters say that no one but them
selves had the combination.
It was also learned to-day that when the
Warburton Building offices were entered on
Sunday offices in The Wheeler Block were al«o
ransacked and two valuable cameras stolen
No arrests have been made as yet.
WORK CUT OUT FOR PA.
Tommy— ' 11<i r<w neaßy mean ft when you
•mid you'd spank any "tie thai broke t h3 r raw.
Pa-Just come here. air. and 111 chow you
4.* nl '_ »bO« DM Miow Brfde-. !*e
ju« Philadelphia r-
LOOKING AT HIMSELF.
•■We had quite ;) prominent actor as a guest .v
cur hou fhr otl.er eventnar."
-Oracfou*! didn't you Bnd i: hard to entertain
ll!m no v ,„„ h«rhl-«1 him a hunch of plrtto
gSSSa hou«.--tPhaadelpUa Pre«x
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 100.".
USE U TUNED WIRES" NOW.
ALSO PIXK' MESSAGES.
Racing Syndicates (rather Their
11 Own News Quickly.
How the racetrack news is non collected and
furnished to poolrooras is no longer a secret.
Every detail of th» service as learned yester
day T*p to about a year ago the reports of
running races, as obtained hy poolrooms, -were
collected and distributed by employes of th* 1
Western Union Telegraph Company, but the
executive <-,>r>imitt*»--. of the board of directors
recommended that the company sever all busi
ness relations with poolrooms or race news
Th" recommendation was followed by a re
fusal of th» company to e tve th« syndicates and
poolrooms special wires Then th« company
cea,«pr] tn be a collector or distributer of race
track news, as formerly, and on Monday an
order tvas issued that no employe of the com
pany may in any way be identified with the
poolroom business. This last order brought to
a successful °nd efforts that had been made to
nave the company give up the business of sell
ing race news, and the work of gathering and
sending i* out T«a«! left in the bands of the
syndics re ?
This change means a locs to th« telegraph
company, ft is 'bought, of several million dollars
3 year unless a new tariff rate for message?
should be made for the syndicate. Ob the other
hand, the syndicate should h»v» thousands of
dollars to ft* credit at th<~ end of th° year, for
the service it furnishes is entirely satisfactory,
and is only slightly slower than under the old
order of things,
"nder the new system poolroom men have
learned much about preferred, or "pink." mes
sages, and the meaning of a new expression.
"tuned wires" Preferred, or "pink." messages
must be sent immediately over "tuned wires,"
that Is. wires that are clear and are connected
at all points between the pending and receiving
stations The expression "tuned wires" is prob
ably unknown at No. 195 Broadway, but that
is the term now used by poolrooms and syndi
cate men in referring to wires over which race
track news is sent.
The message* filed at the Gravesend track
yesterda3' by the syndicate men were received a
few moments after they were sent at the regu
lar station of the telegraph company to which
they were addressed. Nearly all of the mop
sages were addressed to the «ame station. At
the receiving station employes of the syndicates
took the messages from the operator and
hastened to a nearby building, in which the
Fyndioates have rooms fitted with many tele
phone booths. From these rooms the messages
were sent by telephone to the distributing sta
tions of the syndicates, and thence to the rooms
run by subscribers to the service. Thus the tele
graph company was only a "common carrier."
The charge for each message was at the regu
lar rate. 25 cents for ten words.
On Monday and Tuesday the poolrooms did
not get a description of any race, but yesterday
they had descriptions of each race run at
Graveeend and Fort Erie. Xo effort has yet
been made to obtain a Louisville service.
The h«a3 of one of the leading syndicates
said to a Tribune reporter last night, in speak
ing about the poolroom, situation: "Our tele
graph tolls each day amount to about >26, and
our total expenses every day to about $250."
FIGHTS FOR HUMMEL.
Mr. Xicoll Says He Has Good Rea
son for Asking Change of Venue.
After hearing argument yesterday Justice
Truax reserved decision on the application of
Abraham H. Hummel for a change of venue for
the trial of th*» charge against him of con
spiracy in the Morse-Dodge divorce case. De
Lancey Nicoll and John D. Lindsay appeared for
Mr. Hummel, while Assistant District Attorney
Sandford was in court for the District At
Mr. Xicoll reviewed the case from the time of
the Dodge divorce in 1599 He declared that
there was a grave doubt if Mr. Hummel could
pet a fair trial tri this county. He said that
since January, l»04, the case had received much
attention in the newspapers, and that it was
many times said that the defendants firm was
Involved, and that statements were made that
an indictment was expected long before the in
dictment was found.
After telling of his client's reputation Mr.
Nlcoll said of District Attorney Jerome's course
In the c»."
The very active prosecutors office has charged
us with delay as. to the trial of this case, ;^d
has contended that our perfectly right course
waa conclusive to our guilt. The learned Dis
trict attorney maintains tha r Hummel was
irui'ltv 'because he has been indicted He openly
declared that he regarded Hummel as a • rook,
■nd he has raid openly that he was guilty oi
thi? offence, and h- has reiterated it again and
In opposing the motion Mr. Pandford said that
there was not the slightest reason for the
change of venue in the papers presented to the
court, and that the defendant could not get a
fairer trial elsewhere than in this county He
said that Mr Nicoll's own review of the case
had shown it to be so complicated that no one
s*uld possibly have arrived at any conclusion
from Th reports primed as to the guilt or inno
cence of the defendant.
BLIXD MAS LOST IX CITY.
We*tche*ter Civil War Veteran.
Once Prosperous. Missing.
Blind and of unsound mind, Benjamin I.
Thompson, one of the best known Civil War
veterans In Weetchester County, who live? a
No 128 North Bth-are., Mount Vernon. is be
lieved to be wandering about hi this city. H»
wandered away from home on Tuesday morning
and the police of New-York and n^h^rn lg
dties and towns have bean asked to ioo for
him. H e was last seen boarding a trolley for
Thompson Is sixty-live years old. six feet tall,
with long bushy gray hair and mustache. For
v«r. be was a prosperous New-York merchant,
years be was a i 1i 1 - • t
but had to retire from business when he became
bind a- a result of an injury received in an
blind as a r- Thp thought of never
engagement ,n the -r. h^ , ]!ltn ** mm. ,
seeing again p.- v* ronstantu . of the
came affected. worid and regr-tted his j^^
appreciate them If rotning Is heard from
to appreciate «. h.m there is talk of searching
Thompson by to-day" l nur rn<? vwdl as
parties being "[?,. £ aya v have alighted from the
it is feared that he m Har ,e m River and
BOSTON WOULD RETA.N CONST.TUT.ON.
FBy T»l€*T«P»> «• T^ Tr<h ""' '
, , ..-0 -Boston women member? of the
Boston. Bep \_' AmWcmn Rerotntkm. ighteni
Daaghtert .h*r» nr- determlwM to fliiht any at-
Of ISU and ".* , hf . hlf ,torir old frigate Constitution
temp? to move _ ViM Th( . y mv that jt
from .'harlot- - f etarirheM than Bos .
there U .-»-„. hut it would go to pieces
here v »•*
it moved. —
AWAITDTG THE NECKAE'S ARKTVAL.
g. .... au escepi ona cf th* pas
! Iniii ■!-■ ■ -•_' " st " smer Sremen, which was tcrved
;,!-.:? or ... j remain by the s h)p
ir.to LUte P" rt ;,',. ,i of rh<- • - !kar to convVy
.iwaiting !h 'V , JI V.,-'. in A surv»y of lh« lr«m«n
tnem nero» ",-■,, dteatner Lucigen which towed
I to dm for Fhiladeli
in tii ■
TO WELCOME PRESIDEXT.
Virginia Enthusiastic, but Arkansas
Balks Through Fever Scare.
Richmond. Va.. Sept. L'O.— Arrangements for
the reception to he given President Roosevelt on
hi? arrival here October IS hHve y>«.*n com
pleted by the council coniniittee appointe.; some
weeks ago Members of the city <~"ouncil and
a military e«,v>rt. composed of the Blue?.
Howitzer? and 70th Regiment, will m«(" th»
President at Byrd-et station. Luncheon will b<>
served in the Masonic Temple, after which th»
President »nd his part; will be phown th»
points of interest in the city.
Mr. Roosevelt will Fp<=- a ii froni * stand in the
Capitol Square in the afternoon He will re
.•ojve riti7ep« Informally at th° .tefferjion Hotel.
v.-hioh will he headrinarters for the Presidential
P»rty until 6 o'clock in the afternoon. Mr.
Rnoeevelt rill proceed on his Southern tour at
7 p m Th° part} will arrive here about noon
from Washington, remaining f"»V<»n hours in
Little pork. Ark. Sept 20 — TV J P P.unvr.
pr^cj.jpnr of the Arkansas State Board of
Health, has sent th° following reply to Dr.
White, of x»t .Orleans, in i f aponse to the query
a? to •.i-hethor prepi^onr Roosevelt and his party
would bo permitted to enter Arkansas from
ye-CT -Orleans late In October, according to his
"Tmpracrjcqbl" to anrwer ps: jpfsrtorily until
about Ist proximo.":
Pr Punyon ssid that. bo far in advance and'
not knowine what the ye]ir>w fever conditions
may b» at that time, he doe« or f»»i justified
in giving a definite answer as to admitting even
the Presiden T of the Vr.lted States through
quarantine lines that are b»ing so zealously
OLD FORGER RELEASED
Shear Im mediately Rearrested for
Swindle in Boston.
Plattsburg. X. T. Sept. 20.— Leroy Shear,
said to be the greatest living forger, was re
leased from Clinton Prison at Dannemora to
day and was Immediately rearrested and turned
over to Police Inspector Alfred N. Douglas, a
brother of Governor Dougias of Massachusetts.
who started with him for Boston, where he is
charged with swindling R. H. "White & Co.
Shear, who Is sixty-serren years old. has had a
remarkable career. In 1863 he deserted from the
federal army, was captured, and while a pris
oner at Utica poisoned two of his guards in an
attempt to escape. For this he was tried by
court martial and sentenced to be shot. On the
day set for his execution he received a reprieve
from President Lincoln, and before It expired
he succeeded in escaping. On the day of his
escape he was pardoned by the President, but
did not know of it until years afterward. On his
escape he went to Europe, where he remained
several years, finally returning to the United
State? and settling in Vermont, where he led
an exemplary life and obtained a place in a
bank. On being recommended for a federal ap
pointment at St. Albans. Vt., he went to Wash
ington and asked President Hayes for a par
don, which had been granted to him years be
fore. The President, on learning his history,
refused to give htm the appointment, and the
people of the town, on learning the reason,
turned against him and he lost his place in the
■While lHing: in Vermont he was a delegate to
the Republican national convention at Chicago
which nominated Garfield. He has since served
two terms for grand larceny and forgery in
Sing Sing, and one term each in the Albany
Penitentiary. Auburn State Prison, Moundaville,
W. Va.. Penitentiary, and Clinton Prison.
WOMEN SCARED BY A RABBIT.
Mild Panic in Mount Vernon Trolley Car—
One Passenger Injured.
Mount Vernon. N*. T.. Sept. 20.— A little white rab
bit jumped onto a seat in an open trolley car Just
below here this afternoon, causing a panic among
the many women passengers on the car. The car
was moving slowly at the time, or there might, have
been serious <-onsequen?es. As It was, only one
woman was injured. She received several bruises
about the shoulders and arms, but was able "o go
re her home unaid*' 1.
H"w 'he rabbit got « board the car is j mystery.
It la supposed that when the car made one of its
many stops the animal jumped on. It -ill not re
main in sedtision, however, and when it jumped
onto a seat beside a woman passenger she streamed
and immediately there was a panic among the
other women passenger?. The motorrr.an. Paul E.
Keating, stopped the car as soon ag possible, but
not before a Miss Andrews had either fallen or
jumped from the car. When the panic subsided
the rabbi' was seen running down the road.
ROBBED THE WALDORF-ASTORIA.
Thome Says He Walked Out Through Front
Door with Big Bronze Clock.
Montclair, N. J . Sept. 20 --John P. Thome the
thief under arrest here to-day, had a fit of r»m<«m
!"-rine. and durin? the day toH of fifteen thefts in
New-York. The most important was the stealing
of a. $.¥*> bronze clock from one of the parlor* of
He says he was n-smiTine 'hr^ujrh the hotel
looking for booty, when the clock attracted his ar
ten*i«in H a took a newspaper and wrapped up the
clock an ,-i walk i out The room was full of
guests, and he passed out or" the hotel by the main
entrance. He ronb*=d in Brooklyn and Voie from
mar.v -hurchea in Manhattan.
Detective Sergeant Murphy, of Kew-York took a
list ■-• all '<■'" places Thorn* can recall stealing
from. Thorn" says he never committed burglary.
BIG GORILLA FOR BRONX PARK.
First Specimen To Be Placed on Exhibition
in This Country.
A well crown zorilla Is to be pla-'od on exhlbttloD
in the New-York Zoological Park. This i? the first
gorilla to he placed on exhibition to any American
zoological irk. and he second to be brought to
this country, the firs' cue an infant specimen,
dying from pneumonia seen nitmt tta arrival here.
The gorilla will '••- placed in th» chief cage in the
The Zoological Park has a Is" received a bfgr con
signment of pheasants which came here aboard the
Graf Walderaee The rarest of he lot are the im
pevans or kfonauls. The birds are bronze color*,}
and live among the highest peak? of th* Him
alayas All the different rarfeties In -he eonstgn
nr=>nt nre fmtti the Far East.
APPEALS FOR CHARITY.
The Charity Organisation Society nppenl« for t»f>
to ony rent for ejf»ht months for a German woman
with four children under fourteen years of age .
Her husband is In ■ bosr>ltal with tuoarealoate.
and «he i« not *ble to erive good care to her chil
dren In addition to sarninK rent.
The ''har -<" Organisation Society apr°*lp for
$,:--, toward the siroport 0* a Bohemian widow with
three childre:; One litv $f wursiaj! asre Is a me«
penger The wcrnati is anxious to support herself
and enrns -t little. h-it ie in teftna health, and a
physician advise? re s? and no>irishlng food.
~\ny nicne*- for these rases senr tn the Charity
Organization Pociet> No I*s F>«t ;2d-«.. will t*
ITALIANS CELEBRATE UNIFICATION.
Th* fnited Italian Societies of New-York e**e
bmted resterdaj the thirty-fifth anniversary of the
unification of Italy on«ler Victor BuuaaiUMl witb
a parade in the afternooii and a reception in the
evening at Manhattan Casino T>r Darlington.
Health Commissioner. repre«ent«d Mayor Mcriei
!an at the reception and delivered an address, lta
which he praised the Its an.- of this city or their
Industn Count Massiglta and Gaetajio d Arnaro
•to? spoke. Th- proceeds of the celebration will be
given the Jtaltan Hospital In West Hou«tr.n-st.
BIG ADIRONDACK TRACT SOLD.
Saratoga. N T.. Sept. 30-Th* sale of a 2 ' cV) " arr *'
timber tract In Hamilton '"ounty, adjoining the
Woodruff. "\'gnderb!U and Morgan Adirondack pre-
M rvc« to the West Canada Lumber Company, of
T?erkiYn*r wa» announced to-day. William Mc-
Bcbron sold th* property, receivlnr nonofla ear it.
NOWHERE can I * re b* f oulK * * ■*** Jelighffullv beautiful spot I
-iaj rinTu an fhr Lake Plaad region m the Autumn. The world
UN tAX I H wife am , o th? Gr North Woods centres r^ht m
it» midst. A constant revelation of n«"w wonders at Terv turn — by
moonlight a» well as daybght.
••- mus* see Lake Placid in UwAstmsa to ••« "' Adirondack* a; th»lr «-• <
» Hay F«' - . r no for*, no fltaf no ■MS»|llTlns« Btttsia • -<<!"- iMßtad
SPECIAL Ar/TCMN rvorcEMirvrs bt
The Ste-ren* Honif. Wnl»e Face Inn. Tho KnU.-anin.-n'.
r./and Tipw Hotel, lnd»rr!in\ Th« Belmnnt
American ■*■*«, Lake Placid Inn. T.«ko>t4« Inn.
HOW TO GET THERE: i
Through Far!*"- and Bleaplllfl ' 'a.-s wttbovt eh«p.r». bofa -is !T«w T'jjH !
Centrai R. R and Uttca and via Troy « Albany by the D-!awar« *nd I
Hudson BriMß dir»-» to T,ak« Placid sr~ial hal rare Ex^ursi^n ■ -,<..'«■ 1
r «rr — sa'» * *• 1
A few :-*.rxr.rimr for th» Fall M"r ns
The Xeola II Wins the Commodore's
Cup on the Sound.
Twelve of the 30-foot one design heats of the
Xew-Tork Yacht Club raced «n Long Island Sound
yesterday for the cup offered by Commodore F. G.
Bourne. It. -was the first of a series of four races.
While the wind was light and variable, the racing
was keen from start to finish.
Th« start was made off Mott'a Point at 2:1«, the
course being from there to Parsonage Point buoy
ar.fi return, seven snd three-quarter miles, sailed
once over The wind was light from the •oath
west making it a spinnaker run dead to leeward
to the Parsonage Point mark, which was rounded
In this order and times
Time. I Time.
T, r ht H M.3. Tachr HMS
bl' ... ... 3:SO:at>i<ara Mia »:3»a7
v-^a n' "■■;;; szi-sz tms »jsjj
VlVra " '..'. 3:31:35 Adelaide II 3:35:23
Nautilus : . 3::U:27'Pahln<la 3»:5T
Maid of M»udon ... 3:31:46. <J«rl«ta 3:35:5T
It was a b-at back a* long as the wind lasted.
and In this work the Phryne was the leader. A
souall came- up from the northwest in the latter
half of this leg. and the wind shifted to all points
of the compass. The Neola n obtained the lead,
and held it to the finish. Her elapsed time was
3:38:4K: that of the second boat, the Cara Mia.
3 37 45 and of the thirrl boat, the Dahinda. 3:03:4 a.
Rochester Defeats Toronto for the
Third Successive Time.
Rochester. Sept. 3).— The team of the Rochester
Polo Club defeated Toronto this afternoon on the
rrounda of the Rochester Country Club by the
score of 7 to 3.
The game to-day was the third of a series of in
ternational polo matches, two of which had previ
ously been won by Rochester. Having now won
the cup three times, it becomes the property of me
TRAVIS TO CAPTAIN TEAM.
Will Lead the New-York Golfers in the Tri-
Lelghton Calkins, secretary of the Metropolitan
Golf Association, annc-jneed yesterday that Walter
J Travis had beer, chosen to act as captain of the
Metropolitan Golf Association team In the ■ tri-city
match for the Lesley Cop at Garden City, on Octo
ber 27 and 28.
MYOPIA B BEAT MYOPIA A.
Dedham. Mw. Sept 3' -In the finals for the
Karlstein cups to-day Myopia B polo team d-f>st»d
Myopia A. each with the bum handicap, *T a "core
of' is to 4.
MOB AND BAND FOR A WELCOME.
Citizens, Angered at Reception of Accused
Man. Throw Things.
[By Telegraph rr> Th- Tribun* 1
Somerville. Sept. »— Charles Kissonack. a wealthy
saloonkeeper of Raritan. who was convicted in
the Somerset court last April of illegal liquor
selling and is now und-r ».«H» bail on a charge of
-hooting John Stevenson at his saloon several weeks
a*o returned home from Europe last night and
was mer at the railroad station here by a brass
band and a large delegation of Hungarian*. Kis
sonack was escorted to Raritan by a procession.
headed by the band. He rode in a carriage and
wore white gloves and carried a large bouquet.
This demonstration enraged the citizens of Rari
tin and a mob soon gathered that hissed the pro
cession and threatened Ki?sonaxk with eggs and
other missiles. a? taken of by his Wends and
Ktseooack wa? taWi care of by hl f,, ir ir n n^ A^
escaped injury Kiasonack 8 case will go before
the Somerset grand Jury next week
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
The following petitions in bankruptcy w°r« ' < " i
t «^v, a i, ntT ,r, a Herk of S© *!* VTa*'
8t J .°voCSary KtSoiS wlfhliaWlittesof«MM and
rf»* the assVts consisting of w-aring ap-
denclency Juagmeni in f«reclosure proceedings
was entered yesterday In the County ''i-rk « office
forSUS.473« against the Associate Realty Concern.
mcorporated. in favor of the Knickerbocker Trust
ConSmy. BT«wtaS ">- « «*• f.-reHo^ure^ale of
7*. nrnn4 ,t,. on the southwest corner of .th-ave.
% SS?S? Sri« Stone & Auerbach. of Ncu. TJ
NaVn^t* ar? the "a,.. .rn»vs tor the P ,, lnt ,rf.
(FnrtUrtwd tn Van Sctolefc * Co.. Ke T TT.n-A I
Bid A«ke<l Bid Ask<M.
i-n,< R-cra- com 1*»» ■' Coo >-»»« «- . to** \n»
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ral - • - ■ M ■ art P. * L r>«
'do 1 r . Si* 32-. Lieht 4- r prof .'.*
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do first pr«f *•■"* Sl Cbmri Ike H M W>i
o jwrrnfl pr»f 5S fcV-» r> nt!n»ntal Tr . .t«I I<W
j o 4, »1 : i 91 t'nltKl Trust — IB
d ,, \i* .*.-.->. 1 "•4-* MB rr:'*. Nb' BanV J3O —
cv, n « <-,na «"■ s " fUtenty A.P-P-^-180 138
rVnvniahed bj B t- '•■ & Co., N'n 1 NHm «• I
Sept. IB B«| • 20. Sept jr. Sept 20
Bo«» * Alhan 25.*> 2K L*n BhM M rer c 31 1, »31 '-^
Bom * M»tr.* IT! ITS Atlantic Mining 23*» 35'»
Boater Eta«....13S 1M .Shannon Mmm« *', 7
C,lß* V!I I 7« IW Btneham Mining 90 30 1 *
Granbr Mining. "'» "*" * Oal * H«cla M «i?. SM
Flt«?htHirg pref- I*4 *144 <>nt*nnta! Mm .2K 2»<
VTV H* H. 212 !<:*» Ranis# M .«>-.. TO^
OH Colony 30T-i 2i>Tij FVanklln Mlmnc ia - UV
wC St Ry. .100 100 Ma»» Con Mlnlna- « l i Hi^
1a pr»f '.'.3 11»H ' M"hawk Mlnln« !M» 57
M»s» Elec Cc« . 15.» I* ■« ' Oiieesla Mlnm» 100 H»H
-1.» pr»f MS S|> Old lorn Mintn* » 21
Am T* T Co -13* lfO P»rTPt Mlnin« 254 2R"i
N»« En« T« I**4 I*4 ijulik-v Mining '•" 1"2
W-v T * T foil •!« < «Ttn» Mln. IIS 11«
i.-> pref 07 9T IS Mining »'* 3S^l
Waal E1,.-. 7i- »4 *4 ' Tamarark Mtn 119 120
10 pr-.t ... »* 9* If ? Oil 1° to
Pom !r*>n * P 31 n : M«*» Oa» rotn . SOH »*
Dominion Ooa.l .T^ ; *> pr«f • 87% m
T"n Shi*» V T» t7» I •
•JU**. t£z di%-t««s.
Briardif Manor, New York
BRIARCUFF LODGE, \ ISTO^T
Phone I. OIPJEjJST
Realty Information at dame COM. llamllai
Fifth Ay a"^ ?J?T / Ork Stor »- WINDSOR ABCAOZ.
riita ay,. an<J 4flth St by appolnuaaat.
DAVID B. PLUMES, General Kaaa««r.
Brtantlff Kwor. >'. T.
THE ST CHARLES,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Mo »' aafiLl location, fronting' th« ocean, nwr» ll »w
for its elegance, e»clu«l-g-«n«— . high ela*s n»trcsa*9 and
liberal manage -cent. Sea water In an baths. Go** pr»n- '
lesea. Room plan*, rates, ate. can be M«a at 389 *tfl- »
aye. Illustrated booklet. NBWliN 1 HAXNKS.
ATLANTIC CUT, X. J.
Retrains opart throughout the year. It* saw
million dollar annex. " 'Blenheim." opens liarek
lit. when the name of both will he
JOSIAH WHITE * SONS.
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Directly facing the. «•«.
WALTER J. BTJZBT.
HOTEL AND SA>TATO!Uni.
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J.
Out elegant New Brick Building la now cotnplct*.
No mor« luxurious accommodations on the Cba*t.
With half an acre of curative Baths, and a swlinmts* .
( F. L. YOLNQ Oen-1 Manager
Atlantic City. N. J.
On the Beach. Fireproof.
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
Atlantic City. N. J. Overlooking th* ocean. Open all year
TBATMOrB HOTEL CO.,
CHAS. O. MARQtTSTTR D. 3. TVHITR
HCTEX. RI'DOU-On the Beach front. Atlantic Qty.
X J. — Always open. American and European plaas>
Hot and cold sea water batha en auite with rooaoa.
C. S. MTBRS.
LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY.
The famou" Fali. 'W'lnter and Sprtns Resort,
will open Saturday. September 3ftth. !808.
D. P. SIMPSON. A. J. MITRPHT.
Aaat Mbsss)si Manager.
RET LION TWO FIN'ELT APPOINTED HOTEI^
IXN Splendid Drives. Qolt
HEXTON ALLEN T. TREADWAT. Propw
HAUU New York OSce, Hotel Long»crat
Ftttsfleld. Berkaoire Co.. Man,
Jon* 1 to Not. 1. Send tor Booklet.
A. W. PLUiIB. IN»
Virginia Hot Springs
IJKtO FEET ELEVATION. OFE3T AIX THE YEAR.
Waters, baths. b«tela and nnitj ■•»*■■• ssjaaUad.
RheuinatliTi: grot and ner^oua lUmii eared. CiA
pjete hvdrotf.erapeutlc app«ratu». new p»im room, DBaL
iwlmmiri* pool, toe Uvory and outdoor pasttmaa. IH3
nett HOMESTEAD t» modem la th* strictest mdm SSJfI .
wHnaiMa ft? tJ» »»l«h-t oU«. Brotar.- oSca wia» 41
rTct N. Y. wlra.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allowi stopover »t Co»ln«ton. Va.. on t*roa«b j^kaca «
Cnetßn*d itmisviU: Chicago. ft. Lotd* and Hi* W««.
for side trip to Virginia Hot Spring*.
Prjil-nan compartment car, via W M htn«toa. lf*T«« .
K. T. 4.56 P m. arrive. Spring* &-30 a. m.. east«ra C 3»
Excursion tickets at C. * O. ofßc*. MS Broadway. 2*l
6tt at*, and offlcea Penna. B. B. and eonn«otlax Uaea.
FRED STERRY. Manager. Hot Sprlaca. V«.
Country Board. '£[
TF TOT" are looking for a ccmfortahla home, a»d ntjMt ;
aoeMCy «nd moderate terms, Jn«t tfcs pj*e« tap ■>■* !
nesfl men ywi will find It candy via Central R. Rof
N. J Hotel Latorette. Bergen Point, y. J
m) (TT\ r^ e n a ff\ FTfl AXr> joints lv
\SD Ui) © U viU LMI NEW ENGI*AND.
FALL Rr\'Eß LINE via Newport and Fall R*»« J"*-
Pie- 19 V X toot "Warren St . «««li days and Sunday.
530 P M Strs. PRISCILLA and PX.TUTAN. Oreh-»traa.
PROVIDENCE LINE for Pr<wldenc«. Bo«ion. East SB*
North Lv«. Pier I*. N. R. foot Murray St.. w«ak *ax«
only, at 8 P M Stra, PROVIDENCE (n«w> and FX.TJfr-
SEW 1 BEDFORD LINK for New B«<iford. Co«a«» OtT
HSW BEDFORD LINK for Jf^w B^Jford. Cot tag* Ot»
and Nan tucket. Lye Pier 40. N. P. . ft- Partners*-,
week lays niv 6 F M s»r« Main* and New UaiiJMM*
NORWICH UN a via New London L,j« Pier 40. »*~
foot Clarknon St .. week day* only, at «P. M. Str*. CTTT
OF LOWiaJL «rd .-HESTER W rHAPXN e^_,
VPV HAVEN LINE tor New Haven. Hartfti^SprtW
fleld and North. !eav» pier 20. X R.. f°otf\ /tSmI^T
wrek day- only, at 4:00 P. M. Steamer RICHARD PECK.
Ililil RDVE!R BY DAYO(EiBIIT
Z*v~rJ^ as !-,*^£U.
S^BrlSclr- ™°«-« .^Ana«» JS— *"
gSTSS^ w^T on r. »;^ ;;
Spe?Ul Trami t~ OsttkH] MmM rWt*
l\. T. c«-,r-,m in.i €*»v ror.ne<-Man* to all points East.
!^.^ t.ck*-s and b«ssu« check*!
I", 0 '•£ ,£ "% v^w Tnrit Tr»n»fr C* Thrcmrh rail t*ek«t»
.^v 1 T^KBd ilhanv *-cwrf Ma»t deilfHtfal as».
liay o'i'tin»» io tTmt Point. Newbur«h or Pou«hk««p«l^
retWlnj en down N»T *—*,.
STi£ftßH!!iß MhM POWELL
h* ■ 7 -*■' 2F m> w^t u*t-m..
i%<~<r\l rSat» SJ» P M 1 for Htsntead Fallx. Cora
wall N-whu-g* v; — Haml-unth. Mtltwi '.^|l»nm
Benieai and Itinp'"". '->t-hwra on board •
H-ndncn Kl<»r »rr 9»«rcftlia*t.
st«»m<»r» C W. MORJT od<l d»te» s#p» . aw! ADIWX.
T»A<'K '■=■ Tit No S2. N R toot of <7«.n«] ?t. •F- M. ;
. nf) w»,! ICJ*»> S' «*l P M »»»k-<i!»T» vii Fttndars.
■ r«l— ■-' • -nnn~ •:■ nat Alt>anj for aft points Narth. Euv *B,t
t\'««' Orchestra "n »rr«m»r» AutemoWles t%rrt*4.
■•Beautiful Huti»°n hv Sean-hUcfit." M>e
GATSULL. HUDSON B &T 3
CarutOTtwr St., M. R^ we»k-d*zv 8 ?. it.