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MAYOR GB IW
10 BAITLE1P Rffl
Exchanges Official Calls with
Admiral Osterhaus at City
Hall and on Hudson.
CROWDS LINE THE WALLS
Ideal Weather and Popular
Enthusiasra Unite to Make
Stay of Fighters a
When the stiti rof-e yesterday lt shone
Bowtl upon hundreds of hardy young
?alUllBiail aboard the battb-shlp fleet an
<uored in the Hudaon Rlver. scrubbing
daekl and spars and pcuishlng brass ln
preparation for the day's onset of critlral
visltors. The preat peach basket masta
towered hlgh above them.
Dartlng ln and out between these great
ships were score? of sightseelng nv>tor
boats. whleb insolently rubbed elbows I
with the great bulllrs of tbe sea. Hut ]
busler than all the little pleasure craft
that dotted the river was the small, gray
tender of the flagshlp Connectlcut, that
puffed Importantly up and down tbe
waters. She paid attentlon to nobody. but
every craft whistled a salute to her as
ahe ploughed by.
Admlral Osterhaus, with the rommand
era of dlvlsions and members of hls staff.
paid a vlsit to Mayor Gaynor at the City
Hall ln the mornlng. It was the Ilrst
tlme that the commanders of the great
fleet had left thelr ships to step upon the
shore. and each one did so with a face
wreathed In smiles. It ls qulte likely that
these same commanders wlll return to
their ships rather tlred out from the re?
ceptlon that the clty plans to accord
them within the next few days.
The admlral and hls staff arrived at the
pier at West 60th street In his private
tender shortly after 10 o'clock: ln the
mornlng. He was greeted by Oeneral
Howard Carroll. Lewls N'lxon and Samuel
W. Falrchlld, who were on hand to take
charge of the naval offlcials. A mlnute or
two later four dlstingulshtd citizens
jammed thelr silk hats far down upon
thelr heads and ruahed down the pler to
join them. Thev were President John H.
Finley of the College of the City of New
York, Dr. George F. Kunz, K. A. C.
Smlth and Herman Ridder.'
Admlral Osterhaus and hla flag lieuten?
ant, Walter C. Anderson, cllmbed Into a
BMCMne with Mr. nidder and Mr. Nixon.
-vhila Hear Admlral W. BL Fletcher, ln
coauaaai of the fourth divlalon, and Cap?
tain F. W. Hlll. the tk-et commander*s
< lil.f af staff, went Into another. The
Othar members of the party were Flag
Captala Hugh Fiske, in command of the
flrat division of the Atlantlc fleet; Rear
Admlral N. D. l/shtr, of the aecond. and
Rear Admiral C. McR. Winslow. of the
thlrd. Followlng close belund the duat of
Um tiain of nutomoblles went a troop of
mounted police. acting as a guard of
The Mayor and hls receptlon committee
-.ettived the naval men ln the reception
room outside his offlce, after they had
been otlicially greeted on the atepe in
li ont. A double llne of the' committee.
headed on one aide by Herman Ridder and
jn the other by General Barry, U. 8. A..
?u opened to perniit the naval offlcers to
aas through thelr ranks and enter the
itv Hall. ln the reception room the
Mayaff greeted Admlral Osterhaus and hia
.frieera by saylng:
'I am glad to welcome you to thia city.
All I can say ia that well try to make
,ou as contented and comfortable aa pos
lible. 1-8 glad to see you all."
Admlral Osterhaus, ln a dlgnifled and
very low tone, expresbed hls gratiflcatlon
and that of his offlcers. John D. Crim
mlna then announced that the Clty Hall
receptlon waa over and that hls honor
would return the. eall shortly. Shortly
afterward the Mayor and Police Com
rnissloner Waldo left the Battery aboard
the police boat Patrol.
The Mayor and the Commlssloner
steamed alongside the tlagship ConnecU
cul pasalng between hundreds of small
pleasure craft that tooted at them inces
santly, and boarded her. At the top of
the gang way stood an offlcer of the deck
wlth a watch of slx men. who saluted
hla honor and the CommlBBloner and
escorted them to the spot where atood
Admlral Oaterhaua, smlling a warm greet
lng. Lined uP on each side of the big
warship stood rows of marlnes and sallors
who have stood ln Just such a way when
welcoming prealdents and rulers of many
foreign countries whlle on the fleet's trip
around the world.
Then the Mayor and his reception com?
mittee. the admiral and hls staff and
commanders, followed by the newspaper
men and photographers. went ashore and
strolled down the long pler toward the
double line of automoblles that awalted
Before gettlng Into thelr cars the lands
men could not reatraln theniselves froin
looklng back once more upon the splendid
panorama behlnd them. There, to the
rlght and to the left, stretched the great
wall on the edge of Rlverside Drlve. And
leai.ing against that wall were thousands
aad thousands of New York's citizens.
I'n -ity Doraef in whlte aprons and thou?
sands of young glrls gaze_ and smiled '
arltk admlratlon upon the throngs of
tanned and broad shouldered young sai
lorimn w ho swung by ln groupa.
Do-ra "ii tbe graal pier were also the
atxtm automobllea of the Poli.-e Depart
iii.nt offlcials. the dark yellow cars of the
Army Department, ajid the prlvate cara
?.f ihe members of the receptlon <"ti:
nlttee Kv.-rywhere, lounging. sltting.
-aUdng ami standing. wer. the smlling
roaag aalV_-_?n who Raaaaae* the aal
ships <>n tbe water beyond. Y.st. ? "*_
iMeptloiis irara the flrst that a?o to
,,.-, u|.y UM city s attentlon for more than
Boata may 1..- obtalned for boardlng the
w.-.isiiips al z-d Ptraot, Um Ntn-.-t. 57th j
str.-et. Hal s-tn-et, 'J~,lh street, tbtih street,
15*th street and ****/_____) street.
Admiral Osterhaus and hls staff and
(Oinmanders and UM Mayor and the re- j
oeptlon committee w.-nt to the Polo I
Grounds In the at*t***_00**i lo aaa a baaeball j
game between Um Giants and the ;
Yankees. At the gaOM there were seven |
thousand school children and thousands
af soldiers and sailors.
Adnilial Ost.rhauH will be the guest of
honor at a ttuutrc |*arty to-morrow cven
at the New Amstcrdam Theatre to witneaa
?Ti**. Cammi ot Uaaeiabo"__.'' His hoata,
wlll be Pay Inspeitor Bonnafon, fbtt-t
Hutgeon Bralsted. Major (ntlin, ol _M
rnailiie eoa-pa M**J Naval Constructor
Gatewood. (>th.-r guest* wlll la_M8 Cap*
lain r. K. Hlll, ObOOt of staff, nnd Cal*- I
taln H. Hodman. The toxes will be IU- I
tln.ly decorated for the occaalon.
PRINCE MAY BE SET FREE
U. S. Will Not Hold De Aragona
Washington, Ort. 7.~-Prinee Ludovlr
riicnatelll <\f Aragona, who han been tttli
al New toth .-inco last Frlday, threat
. n d wlth deportatlon, will be rel.ascd
?nd authorlzed to l nter the TTnlted States
Ulllaaa imorniiition Id soon re.elved from
Franea Justlfyirg hls rejcciion by the |m
The State Department undertook to as
oertatn ti-.ro.igh dtpleaaatle chanwala ali
the detalls of the prinee's alleged ex
pulsion from Franee on a charge of ln- i
fringing the gambling laws, but no r. |4 ?
has heen recelved to cable messages sent i
The Department of Cornmerce and La?
bor to-day Instructed the CuillllllBBlonaff
uf lmmiKiation at New York not to hold
the prince an unreasonable length of time.
but. If Amerlcan ImmlKratlon agents
abroad were unable at once to show that
tbe visltor should be deported. to release
Prince I.udovlr Ptgnatelli de Aragona
was taken to Ellls Island on hls arrival
here on Friday on the Freneh llner
Franee. It waa thought that a board of
special lnqulry would conslder hls case
on Siiturday, but the hearing waa de
ferred untll yesterday. The prince was
detalned because of reports that he had
trieu to commit suiclde in Paris, and *waa
interested in gambling enterprlses. These
Bllagatlfina: lf profed, would put the
prince ln the class of undeslrable allena
and compel hls deportatlon.
Late yesterday a board of special ln?
qulry considered reasons for releaae pre
sented by the prince through counsel, but
no action was taken.
SECT GOT HER MONEY
Nephew of Convert Seeks to
Alleglng that she was under the Influ
ence of a religious sect, to the head of
whlch she had deeded her property, R_y
mond Z. Baylor, of Jersey Clty, asked
Vlce-Chancellor Garrlson yesterday io
have the tleed of conveyance by whlch
hls flfty-seven-year-old aunt handed ov.-r
tbe property, set aslde.
Mrs. Anna H. Vreeland. of No. 145
Grant avenue, Jersey Clty, is the aunt.
Baylo-, who llves at No. 137 Grant ave?
nue, said that she had deeded her prop?
erty to Robert J. Bennett, the presiding
genius of the "Pentei-ostal Oult," ard
that she wanted to go to Indla to do
mlsslonary work. lt was also sald that
her relatlves asked her why she did not
remaln ln Jersey City and do mlsslonary
work there, but Mrs. Vreeland replled
that she wanted to work In a frultful
field, where hearts were not adamantlne.
Vlce-Chancellor Garrlson will appolnt a
phyi-iclan to examlne lnto her sanlty, and
will be gulded by the doctor's declslon.
I'nder the name of the "Pt ntecostal
t'nlon," a number of curious looklng ln
dlviduala endeavored to convlnce Wlll
iamsburg about two )*____ a?o tliat there
was certalnly a heated hereafter. Wom?
en and men dresse.l ln Mue. the men
weaiing leggjns and helmet-i-haped hats
wlth the words "Piiiar of Flr.?" on ih<j;,i.
The service looked something llke an ..ld
fashioned Vlrginia reel. Men and women,
standlng in opposlte lines. jigged alter
nately on either foot, and then w.i.t
through the "ladles change." all the whlle
slnglng hymns. Mrs. Alma White w? '?
conducting the meetlngs then.
FEARS SON WAS KILLED
Father of Richard Garland'
Alarmed at Sinister Stories.
Peter H. Garland, of No. ?,"1 Eaat 227th
street, The Bronx, who is connected wlth
the mechanlcal department of Thd
World," reported to Lleutenant McN'ally,
at Police Headquarters last nlght the <l!s
appearance of hls .?on. Rlchard, twenty
four yeara old. who, he sald, left home on
September 11 last, In company with Jo?
seph Nelson, of 146th street and AmMcr
di.m avenue, and has not been B_-__ from
or seen since. Mr. Garland expresse.l th
oplnion that hls aon had been killed. and
asked to have a general alarm sent te
Young Garland is a graduate of Da
Wltt Cllnton Hlgh School and went t<>
Columbia Unlverslty for a year. when h<
left owing to ill health. Mr. Garland'.*
married daughter, Mrs. Ada Foster, 0.
No. 934 Freeman Btreet. saw Mrs. Nel?
son, the mother of Joseph Nelson, who on
leaming the mlsslon of Mrs. Foster, ls
said to have exclalmed :
"My God I Poor Dlck?you will never
see him any more." Mrs. Nelson then,
according to Mr. Garland, broke lnto a
flt of weeplng and sald that her son Jo?
seph had returned to the house a few days
previous all cut up and suld that he had
Mrs. Foster sald she then found young
Xelson, who sald that he had left her
brother ln Rochester, N. Y.. but further
than thls would say nothlng.
12,000 CASES ON DOCKET
Supreme Court and City Court
Begin New Term.
The Supreme Court and the Clty Court
began the new term after the summer
vacatlon yesterday, with more than
twelve thousand caaea on the calendars
Twenty-slx Justlcea prealded over the
dlfferent parts of the Bupreme Court.
Justice George A. Benton, of Rochester
took the place on the bench ln thls coun?
ty of Justice James J. Fltzgerald, who
is sick. Justice Blanchard presidrd over
the Crlmlnal Branch of the Bupreme
Court. Tbe Appellate Term of tlie Su?
preme Court has a calendar of 494. cases.
appeala from the Clty Court and the
Three new courtrooms have been added
ln the Supreme Court, the addiiloii.il
space being made ros*<ible by thf r"i**"V';l
of the Justlces' cbamhers to Um Kmi
grants' 'nduatrlal Savlngs Bank Buildlng,
la thambers street.
DIES FROM AUT0 INJURIES.
Mrs. Clement Victim of Accident
Which Killed Dr. J. L. Hughes.
Mrs. Loulse S. Clement, of Parcot ave- i
nue, Hett R.xhelle, who was ln the auto |
wlth l>r. John L Hughea when it J
<iashed into a tree In New Rothelle on
the evenlng of September _n, causing hls
BeeSh a short time afterward at the N.*w j
RaeSaOa Hospital. dled yesterday after- J
noon at the New York Hospital from j
t< tanus and other compllcatlons whlch I
followed Injurles recelved in the accl- :
The bodv will be taken to North AdBW,
Maaa., for burlal.
\V IiiTi Mi- 4'|ement wns laken home i
<.ft.r the a.cldent a party was ln prog- .
ress, and she told her guests to go ahend
nnd enjoy themselves, and then went to
her room and was tr?uted for ber tnjurb s.
Mxa. C*-__?i.t w__ twantv-acKvaa vaara old.
Verification of Rose Guerra's
Statements Means Chair for
Lawyer, Goldzier Admits.
ELDER SAYS SHE'S INSANE
State Withholds Newly Discov
ered Facts Until It Can
Cbartaa Goldzier. assoclated wlth Rob?
ert H. BMar as counsel for Burton W.
Glbson. charged wlth the murder of Mrs
Kosa Szabo. sald yesterday that If Kose
Guerra Is telllng the truth ln regard to
(tibson her testimony would undoubt?
edly result In the convlctlon of hls ell
ent Rose Guerra ls the woman brought
back from WIIkes-Harrc Saturday nlght
by Deacon Murphy. of Distrlct Attorney
Whitman's staff. after she had made a
ietalle.l statement to hlir admlttlng that
she wus the woman whom Glbson had
hired to slgn the false walver of citatlon
ln hls favor as executor of Mrs Szabo'B
will, posing as Mrs. I'etronella Menschik.
"I cannot assume that Rose Guerra Is
telling the truth or is even sane." sald
Mr. Goldzier, "but if what she has been
reported as saylng ls true and can be
proved against Glbson he will undoubt?
edly go to the electrlc chair."
It la known that the District Attorney'a
asslstants have ln their poss.-sslon the
means of establishlng absolutely whether
or not the woman ls telllng the truth.
This evldence was not entirely dlvulged
yesterday, but It was sald at the Diatrict
Attorney'a offlce there was no doubt that
the false walver of citatlon was algm-d by
Although Mr. Murphy, who has lmme
dlate charge of the case aa deputy aa
slatant, would not go lnto that phase of
the case spe.-lll._lly, he made a guarded
statem.-nt last mgl.t as to Just how much
the woman's testimony meant ln the caae
"Our lnvestlgutions have convlnced us."
he sald. "that the woman's story la very
Important. There ls a great number of
detalls that BMBl bt carefully checked
up, and untll thls has been done lt ls im
posslble to come to any flnal concluslon
as to the truth or falslty of her story.
ln the course of a few days she will ba
co-ifrnnled wlth Donald Lyons, before
whom she clalms she acknowledged the
BlgBatUfa Ot Pah-Pllllla Menschik to the
walver of citatlon. In order to show her
good falth she had furnished ua wlth
speclmcn.** of her handwrltlng and slgna
tur.s, which are now ln the hands of
handwrltlng experts, who will report their
llndings wlthln the next day or two."
Tt wns planned to brlng Danlel I.yona
before the woman la*<t nlght. but thls waa
delayed. It is known that thr woman ln
h-r full statement Impllcate* others wlth
Glbson in the varlous cases brought for?
ward ngainst hlm, and that at least one
other of these, frlghtened at the revela
tlons so far made, has express.-d a wll
irgn.-ss to tell all he knows
Robarl H. WAeer, Glbson's counsel
to hla attltude yesterday of maklng Ilght
of Raaa Puaria'a hrapedaaaa in Um af
telra ot his <ii.-nt. eayisaj, that h<* knew
aU aboal her astSeoaeaeka and XLte, an.i
assertlng thnt she was In'anc He ae*-ert
ed that there was one test to her re
llability that the proeecutlon was afrald
to apply to her-but would glve no inkllng
Ot what thls maglc test mlght be.
It wns learned yc-trrday by the Dia?
trict Attorney'a investlgators that a
woman known hy the nnme of "Rosle,"
and who apparently was Rose Guerra,
formerly llved In the apartment at 77th
street nnd t'olumbua avenue. ln whlch
Helen Taylor was murdered by a bomb.
Bh" baardad there wlth a Mrs. Oonzales. .
but Uttle araa known of her exeept that
a man who wore xlaesej. and answere.l
Glbson's descrlptlon In some drtalls Wae
wlth h<-r a great deal. It was sald thnt
Mra Wllllam flasson, wife of th" Janltor
of th" buildlng. could Identlfy "Kosle** If
she saw her, and sh" wlU be taken before
Rose Guerra probably to-day.
Dlstrl. t Attorney Rogera. of Orange
County, who la prosecutlng the rnurder
charge agalnst Glbsor., got Mr. Murphy
on the long dlstance telephone yesterday,
and learned all he knew In regard to
Mr. Rogers told Mr. Murphy that he
had recelved a hurry call from Glbaon
to have a conferenco tn hls cell. Mr.
Murphy expected hlm to let hlm know
last nlght what the rtsult of thls con
ference wes. but falied to hear from
Rogers agaln. Mr. Rogera made an ap?
pointment wlth Murphy to meet hlm here
to-morrow morning al 10 o'clock to go
over the cas? wlth hlm.
Mr. Wasservogal, aeslstant Distrlct At?
torney, sald yesterday that he belleved
the woman was telllng the truth.
"I arent three hours wlth her." he sald.
"jrolng over every detall of her atory
From the way she answered queatlona put
to her ln the presence of a stenographer.
wlthout reserve, I am convlnced she waa
t.lllng the iruth and that she ts aane?
Mr Wasservogel would not go Into the
d.tails of the woman's story, but lndlcat
>d that lt war, an amazlng narratlve that
would sir.-riKtbcn to a remarkable degree ,
th* eaaa agalnst Glbaon.
Among one of tho most Important wit?
nesses to be called by the Diatrict Attor?
ney In establlshlng Rose Guerra'a Iden
tlty will be Joseph Young. of No. lt Wlll?
lam street, who was her counsel In the
transactlons vt hereby Glbaon Is accused
of uslng h?r t<> .heat Hugh Trainor, an
aged awning maker, out of C4.000. Mr.
Young sald yesterday that he would be
abl" to remember the woman, and that he
was wllllng to asslst the Diatrict Attorney
in th<- ...?-?? Il?* had before refused to
.ItviilK" th" address of the woman he
__??_* a*- Rose Guerra, and had denllnfa
wlth, although he admltted ln court that
bfl knew lt.
[Bl Telc-araph to The Trlbune. 1
Oaalum N. Y., Oct. 7? Dresaed ln a he
eomiat brown suit, wlth hat to match,
Mrs. Burton \V. Glbson arrlved tn Goshen
from her lioni" ln Rutherford on the 10
o c lock traln thla morning. She went to
the coiirthoua.' and spent the day wlth
her huaband. taklng luncheon wlth hlm ln
the jall and departing for her home on
th<- 4 ??'?-lock traln. Mis. OUson appeared
in her r.s'.ial good spirita, but was not ln
cllned to discuaa tht Cfae of her husband
The report that Glbson will coqfeas
does not recelve much credence. The '
/,-r;ind Jury whlch wlU hear the evidence '
agalnst Glbson began Its work to-day. i
I'oiiii't .brk of th" Senute, ('harlea T. !
_tuanil.fi oi' Goshen, la the foreman. and
Martln I. Keogh ls the presiding Judge.
It is not "xpected the case of Glbson will
l?- t.ac h"d IWore the beglnnlng of the
OUTEIVAPPAREL MILUNEWT"^ fMfrtEVRS,
FOR WOMEN. MISSES **** JUNIOFU..
ARE NOW IMTRODUCING NEW INSPIRATIONS IN
Embodying the best ideas from im?
portant French Milliners and Madame
Chanelj who for the first time is mak?
ing Hats for American women, confining herself
heretofore to a select Parisian clientele.
New? "Chantl" Hats will be shown for the first time
to-day. Notable are those pf Pluth in Mole, Brown, Green,
"Rubyat" Besnard, Black and White. Also, Fur and Fur
Jfiftb Attrattr ? at 4fith &tvttt
ANNUAL MEN'S SALE
fifty-five years of growth
on thursday, friday and saturday
october the toth, 11th and 12th
RAINCOATS. ENGLISH TORCOATS. MAC
KINAW COATS AND AUTOMOBILE COATS.
CAPS. MATS. GLOVE6 AND GAUNTLETS.
FURNISHINGS. UNDERWEAR. HALF HOSE.
SHOE8. UMBRELLAS _ TRAVELING BAGS.
BOYS'. STUDENTS' ft YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
JAMES MCCREERY 8c CO.
_3*_ STREET N-WYORK 34TH STREET
SEHVICE BOARD PROTESTS'
Defends Subway Contractors
Against Johnson'8 Order.
An order hy Hr* Commlaeloner lohn
aon that aubway contractcra In Manhut
lan Borough muat provlde flreproof |
wull*- In and around aldewalk vaulta may
raMll tn an appeal to the courta. Tha
conlrartora have proteeted to the com
rnlanion. aaylng the Flre Commlaaloner'a
order wouid add mu< h to the roat of fhe
nubwaya and that there la no money
81.118-18 out of whlch the clty could pay
for thelr work
' h.iii n.an Wllleox haa written lettera
to Attorney General Carmody and Mayor
Oa***-BC. In theae he aaya that laat
aprlna the New Tork Flre Inaurance Ex
baBffja notlfled property ownera that un
laM walla weie built ahuttlng orf thelr
vaulta or cellnrs from the aubway exca
vatlen th- rates on the hulldlnga and
?.-?.intenta would he ralaed $'.' CO a thou?
sand. He holdK that th?> re<-.ulrementa
of the exrhange are unreaaonnble and
unnereoaary. and alao aaya the Flr*
Commtf-loner haa taken side* with tha
exchange. Mr. Wlllcox BB**-.
Aalde from the manlfeat dlacourteay
of the action, the commlaalon la unaMa
to dii.-o-.er any legal warrant for the
Flre ''ommlealoner Tnautng orders to tha
aubway contractora roverlng detalla ot
.-?uhway work. the aole Jurladlctlon of
whlch la veatad Ir tha commlaalon bjr
the rapld tranalt act The commlaalon
cannot belleve that thia action on tna
part of the Flre Commlaeloner waa taken
wlth your knowledae. and reapectfully
- -all* the matter to your attentlon Wlth
the renueat that the ordera referred to
SUES 1TALIAN BANKER
Fellow Oountryman Says That
Cesarc Oonti's Methods Hurt.
fV-are Contl. an ltallan banker and
merchant at No Jf> Rroadway, who hns
received the tltle of chaveller from King
Vletor Emmanuel of Ttaly, la the defen.l
ant In a ault brought by Bartolomeo
Roaai Caaalgoll, foimerly ltallan Conaul
at Hpokane. Waalv, who demanda fGO.OnO
ilamagca for the alleg?*d lnjury hls repu?
tatlon haa auffered through the act of
C'ontl. , v
('aaalgoll aaya that prlor tn June, 1811,
ht* waa tn buaineaa tn Hpokane. bnaldea
actlng ln the ofllclal capaclty for the
ltallan government, that he waa tn good
flnanclal atandlng atid enjoyed a good
reputatlon. Hla Income waa f6,o*-, aaya
Ihe plalntlff. Cae-ntcoll allegea that he
had aent to Contl, f->r hla patrona, cer?
taln amounta of mnn'-v to l>e remltted to
Italy and that Ihe local banker con
>/<rt(d aome of th-.ee funda and failed to
trnnemlt them aa Inatructed. Thia. aaya
Ihe plalntlff. cauaed hlm to he dlahonornd
In 8->okane and nearly cauaed hla arrevt.
Hla reputatlon In Malr alao waa hurt.
aaya Caaalgoll, by the alleged action of
Seek Bhare of $300,000 Estate
of Mrs. Annie L. Zeller.
Four clalmanta to onf-thlrd of the ea
tate, left by Mra. Annle U Zeller, who
1led oa November 18, 1811. leavlng an ea?
tate valu.d at ttOo.m, hare flled thelr
rlalm In th*- 8urregate'a Court. and Sur
r..Kate Fowler wlll hear thelr motion to
l:iy for permtaalon to take part in t lie
probute procce?lnga. The clal-tanta are
helra of Thomaa Chaodler Hl.ldle, who
aaa a brother of Mra. Zeller. They llve
n Tesaa and Oklahoma.
Tho clalmanta aay that under tho will
if Mra. Zeller her huabard waa tho aolo
boaeflclary. but he died before hla wi: _
WYre as ready for the man
who counts his pennies as tlie
man who connts his millions.
We ent suits and overconts
from the finest fabrics the
world produces; silk line and
trim them as luxuriously as the
highest prieed tailors', yet
price them modestly from $35
We take the same quality
of woolens, line them with less
eostly, though more durahle,
materials and ofTer them at
from $30 to $40 as the hest
that ean he made for men who
won't wink at the luxury of
Hut the majority of men
want exaetly the same Style,
rather more Service and equal
Satisfaction for $20, $22, or
We've alwavs remembered
Suits and overeoats at $20,
$22 and $2.5 have been and
are the baekbone of this busi?
The same cut as our highest
prieed suits, the same eareful
test of woolens, the same sub
stantial making, the same ex
c-lusiveness of pattern, the
same generous value for every
And with all alike the same
guarantee of satisfaction or
<4your money back."
Rogers Pef.t Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St 34th St J
The executor named ln the will refuaed
to act, and Albert N. Blddle, ot Mamar- '
.neck. N. Y . a nephew. -and Mlaa Oract i
Blddle, of No. 14) Eaat Uth stfoet, a nlflce, I
tvere appolnted to act aa admlutMtr_t.ua I
Thomas t'handler Dlddle, an helr-at-law'
>f Mra. Zeller, could not be found at tha j
The clalmanta say no effort has been
nade to protate the will, and they want
10 Intei vene in the probate proceadlnga.
ftafttBf**. 'IW ?*&*??
Trade Mark <*^_^C Half a Centurn
For Autumn and Winter wear we display
many exclusive styles in?
English hand frame Crochet Scarfs, # square
Silks. for the making of neckwear to order, in plain
colorcd Reps, File and Moire Silks.
Plaited and Negligee Shirts of Madras, Merce r
ized Malerials. All Silk, and Silk Mixtures, Viyclla,
and Silk and Wool Flannels.
Dress and Tuxedo Shirts of Pique, Plain Linen
anrl plaited French bosom**.
Pajamas and Night Shirts ol Mercerized Mate*
rials. Cheviots, Madras, Pure Silk and Silk Mixtures
and nieditnn and light wcight Flannels.
Seasonable Underwear including the diffcrent
weights in Dr. Deimel Linen Mesh, Natural Wool,
Pure Silk. Palbriggan, Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Men's Half Hose in I-tack, Fancy and Plain Col
ored Lisle Thread. Balbriggan, Cotton and Pure Silk.
Men's Gloves *~or W- dress and street wear in
Suede and Mocha, Cape and Reindeer skins, in reg
ular and cadet si_es*.
Men's Pajamas. Sell Color Satin Striped Paja?
mas at $2.50. formerly $3.50.
Anderson's Unshrinkable Flannel Bath Robes,
at $5.50 each, formerly $8.50.
James McCutcheon & Ca,
5th Ave. and 34th St. VauSESrfi_
hTImJS-i'-C-nT-t-ta.* B>at ??"-?? <14l1!'
Bertaa of Complete Wew Bpactadaa._
WINTER OARDEN "S*?SSrMS S
_THK PA8SINO SHO" OF 1912.
DALY'B. U'y*30. Bl.M Mat. Taa^w. 3 Bv.l
LEWIS WALLER __g__&__J
;'*lTH RE THEA.. 8?. nr. By. To-nlght. ?
" THE BRUTE
M jnhattan Op. H.. 34th ft s;h Av.. Kv* al S.
?M ir. t*it? Ej',.i rtt.'.'r
LITTLE MISS BROWN
4 \s|\0 B'viili) Kv S.10 Mi,T.m*w.$1.5cj
THE MERRY COUNTESS
TVIIIIan Colller-a COMEDY. ? i*?'_?___.__V
sasaa sa fanny's first play
I.YHlC.I-.WofRy F.V.8.1.V Mtjom'w $1^1
THE MASTER -ffi HOUSE
BKOADWAl rhea.. Cai 4lat 84 Eve- - !0
"fSSSBW panky w^'; rr?..;.. j
Pp?rlai Mata. ManBaya 5B0 Qrch, Beatj $1
Maxine BIH-tt'a Th.. 3Bth. 1 1. B*y * ?'? Av*
?;;-,?; ,',' READY MONEY
ursi KM>. ISSth.W ofSth vv-v Cvai;
Von?'1' BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
"MISS STARR TRIUMPKS!"
i-win BBTLAJOO priaaata
I'-p.riJHE CASE 01 BECKY
ncQiiOlir -4-I Bt K7Bve_lB_. 1:18 Sharp.
HtrUBLIb v\>at Mata w-d. * aat.. ttia,
im Blllotl aad l>avl.l Relae.-o preeent
"V," COHAN'S SSS5 K_
En x is MataToro'wABat..-:l"*.
Battaf 'han lils baal and funnler.
ICTAB "tViKATHK. U'-ahv .-4 4,".th. K s.
ASTOH 8:1R Matt*. Tom'w A Pat.. 2 1.V
THE WOMAN HATERS
with HAI.UK ________;_
ABay-A 23d 9t . Sth Ave Pop Mat Tom'w.
UHANU ? ,_,?,_ Baiaaea'a THK COMC-B-T,
Theatre Ticket Co.
146A WWem cH'lle|bei? BMjl >. __**, *!2d.
Telephone 754)41 Rr.TM.nt.
14 Woll Bt. Baakart' Tru*t fo. BMf.
Telephone S40 Weeber.
SEATS FOR TO-DAY'S
^"CliOICE SEATS ","; THEATRES
IINION SQ.??;;??;; y-yior ???-??-? Ulirii
(J MtllMt |trrp?nt ,? . ;h|, j,
w J>?n- Mata 25c| taro/* Lllltaa Bha**. o thi i
COLONIAL SrSf" *?"?" !?'??". ?>??"<????'!
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_Dally Mata 25c.| ??|_, cint Oordon. otba
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12? St. I (jar-i.-r ('rHiic. _> .\>.,
llr Mata. a.tc.l \v.,,i Come-y I, <ither
H1DIFII "' OI '? HKIDKIHKKU.
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(AK\K<;1K II Ml.. ;,7TII ST.
I simiav RVBNINfl- ..t %:W\
? B MONDAY M -iTIMBBB at 11 80.
? NEW TRAYKI. ?'M.KS.
(.rr il |'l:i. r. ln rt (ir<*_4 t'n.iiilrt.
C?"t. || & 14.HKAKT OF THE HOCKIKt* j
t>.-t 20 4 21.THK ORAM) CANYON
0?t. -7 A *_S.THK OREAT BOUTHWEBT
Bere, .1 A 4.THB PACIFIC COA8T
Sov 10 A lt. TBLLOWBTONB PAKK |
COURSE TICKETS $5, $4, tt, $2.50
NOW ON SALE rS^t^w
IIAIIIIFR .TFIH'. EDNA ooodbich a
?anmifibn^i tin ? ,.u ,Miart Harn?r, mv
*D'ly Mata *.*."> B 19* i_ul*.'a Fan a IO otha.
*7Tn n.iv's w oKi.P's BBBIBB BABBB m.i.
RKTI'tflNK will be read from ttn *it.i?r.
aranciav ok music. leaAo. T?rrow,
BvBUCIWII Tiim 6 Bat.. ae ta BOe. smok'r.
M Bla Month? Thr N<*w Mual.al Baecaaa,
THE GIRL FROM BRIGHTON
IflF MfFRFR*. R'?'?*>? A"-0th8t. Eva.'8:80T
-JUC IfCDCn 9 Tcinw Mat. Pop. Prlcea.
fOM'W NIOHT. HI'.m.ANDERP* NIOHT
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN *^SK
.'.utlior of Runt.- I'uIIh the Strlnj-a.
5 th AVF *';'?'*">'? ,;J*-t)K?;K BEBAN & <'o.
III BIL. -sthSt mi.I.IK RK.KVF.S. J.m-K
D'ly Mat.aa-aOc, MeKAT. <*arl Detnareat.
Bf 1 |*| IT Btray anrt rtoth 8tT Eve * r\ti.
M. *J \J *J MAT KVKItY DAY AT 2 M
,,W!L RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
XKT* VORK'*. I.KADIMi 1 IIK *.THK*- j
CUDIDC ' " 7
trflrint M,.,ta r..iit'u <v Sat. at Mif_
M,ss BELLIE BURKE
of all Dr
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Alfred Sutro'a i'nm?4j
l!i!'IK\i:i> IU -H \M>?
w ii ?:. ,. .-?? !:.?*? 13 ?*i*r-.
Mata. Thtira an-1 Sat., 'J:ti
\'.\ try t.oJya?
o to ft her"?
?TIIK MIM) THK FA1KT" flBM
B'way, 44tb Bt Br_ atM
Mata. Tomw _ B
HIT! Ask any one who has ??->n b*
Th* Neweat, Dalntleat M :- al romat*^
C1D DIP _ ?"'?' *=??"?'" N ? nr ii war
UAnniun B, , <. ..-, Mut, Tom'*&l
? i"..-. <.r upf tilini latereal " Kv* xxttb\
Bvi. * 11
llUU-Ufl Matineea Tomw A Sat. 2:1*
*3>~* -The most brtlll?ntly w-tty pl*_?
fc*-' model- tlme*. Haa r.'oyual"?Gl*8"
ROBERT LORAINE *** Axr
Beal ?-eatB. **_*_.
ftiMP Mth St,, Col 1:88. M
tbmm \\>d. a s.t. mi t. m'?-.5***-|__
A WIURI.WIND OF Mllini * MELODT
Weet 42d Bt _***-__
Mata Wed. _ Sat.. M8
Popular Prlced Matlnee To-moiraar.
All Orehestra Neala . *?_
ne.t Hal.-nny Seata.- ?'?_?
P.xrellent H.lconv H-*at- ._ ***
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Weat ?d Bt Bvn a- IS
Mata Tom'w * Bat. 2:18
by Ar...: ! B*bM*?
F |,v-r.l K:..-bl***
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K*es. M:l.*,. M:ita. Tom'w ' **at. at __??
Ihe |lk| Word In Mu?l.-:il __?_??
OHf OH! DELPHINE
nilCTV B*w*0 and 18th Bve*. atjjfl
U?IC I I M.l|s T,l!llvv ,i Sat. 1:1
wtth (iKORtil \ \?>ll._J
nnur Wway, _*?? i ii m****'
\l_a_rO_a ,,,,h fit | s.ltu. | ,,. , tia :-i
thf. CHARITY GIRL ? <"? RALPH KflD
W 13d Mt. Bv. 9 18. llata.Wed * Sat..'
WITHIN THE LAW
1 ... '? i *21
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CEHTURY THEATRE "A
Second Ann-i.il Tremen.- >l' JZ
P1ERRE . JI'DITII
LOTI " GAUTI-H
Seata NOW Selllna; for flrat l.'*J?
I ITTI C TIIKATRK. 44tn **'- ."*-' ?'**_
LITTLE _vea.8:4S Matlneo***'
THI AFFAIRM' OF 1M1T0L TnA*
Monday. Ort. 14.
ni.' ueor.e t: Tyler t'o.'a P-_-aj.,
"THE NEW SI1JI,
Wlth th.. comp'y from the, R**^ii_ai
tre. London. Snata on .*_!?? N*-?. T"-'
Al-VHRTISEMENTS AND Sl'B**:*-'^,
tor The Trlbune received af xbttl *^
Offlce. No. 1H(J4 Broadway. het*??***? ?*_^,r
:<7th ata . until W orl.*.k l- "' A ^
mentB re.-,-lved at the followtnt brari* ^
at re.ular ratea until a <>'< I"*1* p- "",,?.
!fH4 Sth ave.. a. e. cor 23d at.: 1? * ^
cr. 12th at.; 1"4 _aat Mth et.; S*7 f?*l
at.. between 7th and 8th avea.; ?*_* ^
V-'.-.th atj 103.'. ;id ave.; 1T08 lat ??^
t-lMh st.. 1.7 Eaat 126th at.