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paterson Runner Makes New
, American Mark at Four Miles.
OTHER MARKS LOWERED
McDonald Makes Big Heavc
with 21-Pound Shot?Shep
pard Beats Meredith.
In brlBglBg the outdoor athletlc season
to an end, the Irish-American Athletlc
c]u.. ? of track and fleld games
on ns Celtk i';i!k grouada yesterday,
_h; wlth aplandld competitlon,
an.l ,V'1S ' "f l*cklng In unuaual perform- \
ar ... The Amerlcan reeord for four
I'i twenty-one pound
ihop pul reeord were hroken. wblle the
Amerlcan time for the 120-yard hurdles
orent was equa li fi. Beven thousand spec
tatrrj Blled ll atanda and enclrcled the
fleld. A Oaellc football game between j
kV;. lenny was won by the
former team, the I ore brin:: 4 to 2.
tl Patei aon Ath
B jeti, ed to round int" con
a)ti. ? ? jrtnplC games al I
n0l;,. il fi nn in eetabtlsh
ink. , ? the four-mlle handl
cai, burned up the <in
ders, gaining a lead of more than no
vsr'.s ln the last half mile to wln ln a
. lfl tbe titnc of 20!
?It, tea onda The mark Bl
e prevloua beat ; er
y Oi rge V,
Bonhai? at 1 iveri laland two yeara atro.
Patrick J M ? ? rtlCB
man. added tr. l.i- achlevementa l > better*
Ing t twenty-one pound shot put
lld'a ne-.v mark is 42 feet
H, Bd Rose's hrave.
j0hi. ? ? ? aaa burdler, took
the timhers in the l>>-yard hurdle race i
W|i]., _? bla Amerlcan n.ark
th. the Merceraburg
my to < ompete
against W the famous
mid.: runner, ln the match race
at M8: Bhep
par : irda, hls tlme belnpr 1
mlrcite as Mattbaw J. M -
Gratii. the hammer-throwlng champlon,
wa, dlsplay any aenrblan I
hii tr :>? form and was not placed in hls
fd,f! i best throw wa- 171
A ReId of flfteen entered the four-mlle
i larry J. ?rn:th. the Junior !
| ? ? ?-? i olltan nv,- j
_4 ula Bcott, the
ten-n ' champlon, John J. M
BBbi ? ' ? Irlsh-Amerlcan Athletlc
CTut m J. Kramcr, of thc L?ng
Club, who made hls t'.rst
l irj'iry to his leg Bt
? gamee. Th tartod
Kramer, although running
t qult at the end of ,
tnlth Jumped into the j
i ati ndc-rs. and carriel ,
? ;., ? .. r ao rap*
trleved i allotted al*
that at three miles the scratch
with Bmlth atill
of a n ln the Blde at the three |
and fOi a short tlme ?
tlon. Smlth, j
prlnted ahead of Be< tt. but was
rapld nt from hls pain. BCOtt |
waa runnlng stronglv, and a half mlle
?a me Jumped i-mlth. Knterlng the
flnal dl .it la a Wad of t. n
? ei sprlnt eaally i
tore i the flve-mlle < hamplon.
Bmlth slowed |
tbe back atr
Ittlng M Kamara to snatch a
Mtlon wtthoul ? ehalli
? ly able to finish, cmlng
dow- -retch in ilower than
a walk. He was roundly cheered for hls
th Meredith and Bheppard toed the |
aratch mark ln their special match. hop- j
|ng to proflt l of the quarlir j
... flylng fleld. Bhei |
lentally i --yard
I I and his
about llfU behlnd the
On rounding the corner into the
?? inpt-d tO pass Shep
; . but the last named ur.corked hla
which carrled him aw_y
: . Meredith.
M< Donald had a day of it In the
Hl carrled Oll the sixteec
ro test With B biautiful put of 46
Statlnctly outelasalng hls
field. He alsr, waa aupestor lo the fleld
ln the odd twenty-one-pound ccntes-t,
whlle in ending hls labors he captured
thjid plaea from MoOrath la tne bammer
with a baave of 143
feet V4 Inches, ezclttdlng his handlcap of
For th.ree-quarters of the dlstan^e ln the
? r.t EUer bad Ike J. Levalla a
el'ibmate. at his slde. The champlon dld
B0| spare an Inch in taklng the laet two
Jumpa. and won by the close margin af B
I summarles follow:
)'?? yard dash (baadlcapj Waa ty r-harlea
. > yartlm. K
Ity 4iub '.'J yarda), aacoad; A.
L C. M'l jardsi. third.
1 000 vurd run (handlcap) WOB Of I. Wein
bt.-K- A. (41 rarda): Jeeeph
erlcan a <\ *2o vhiUs),
> ad; John .v ,1 ,sh-Amerlcan A.
rarda), third TUna, 2:l?! 4 I
Two-miie run isteeple'hsao: handlcap)?Won
b) john J. Daly. Irlah-Aaaarlcan A C
?> '!orr, h Neson, liUh-American A.
? .M. se- ond. W. (;alv!n, unattached
trda), th.ru. Tlaaa, 11*81 4-A,
liSMa rdlaa Ihandlcap)?W< n by
lar, Irish -Amerli an A. C. (sratchi;
Ivnell, Irlsh-Amerl.an A. r .'. j
I), seiond; 4liarl4-s Mundt. Ht. Karthoio
rds?, thlul. I |tii.-. 0:11 2 8
41" vai 1 run ihandlcap,-Won l,y Abe |
I ua A C. <3 yards); I, j
'in yarda), B?rond. Bdwarg
a, Irlah-Amerl'.an A. C. (12 yards) third.
Tlme. r. ;i, 4 |
? at.i 1 .n tiaetrb raca) -Waa by Mei-.in
W -'; Ameri'-an A r-.; T?<1 Mere?
dith, Mercershura; Aiadcmy, second. 'Inn*
"-"our-mil* run fhandlcap)~Won hy UmM
h Vsterson A C. (acratih); Jr,l r. I
? .mara. Irlsh-Amerlcan A. C. (scratrh),
1 ?""? J mlth, unatia.h.d iacratch),
VV I Horton. unatta<!.,?<! i^tjc yarda),
fourth. Tlme. 20:0s l_r, ,n,w Annncan rec
.,rd) old r.-...nl. .f 20 11 8-8, held by Ceorgt
?nhait. Iilsh-Amerl -en A i
Pattlng twaaty-aaa pound sbot 4srratch)- -
by Pat M Donatd, Irlsh-Amerhan A C,
?lth 18 te-1 4S li ba* r Ilyan.
Iilsh-Amertcan A. CV, wlth a put of 34 f.
*. second. II. Klagrs. New York A C
wlth a pu' of 88 feet 7H Inches. third.
Two-nilia blcyrle ra-- (, ?.,?. | lo Kmplra
CMi VAheelovan; handl-spi W?n by Franklln
risher; Joe Oazlard. aeeond; Tom Kenneoy
i.l'd Tlme, 4:a& 1 I
1'u'tlnK slxte^n pound shot (handlcap)?Won
by P. M'I>.nal.], Irlsh-Amerhan A '
rscratch), wlth a put al 44; f.-,t s in^he*: u
J l/enz'-r, Monts A. A 4t) (aet), wlth a pat
of 37 feet P lnrbes, ser-ond; John Morrls*. y,
r nlon Hettlemei.t A. C. <1?H feet). wlth a put
of K7 feet 7 In'hes, third.
Iturinlnt broad Jutnn (handlcap)- Won by
Platt Adams. New Yotk A. C. 4Brrfctcli). with
a lutnii of 2.1 fee? 4,'? ln> hes Davld Pollticr
Sh?rldan A <\ '2* lr,. hes). wlth a Jump of ->i
feat ?4 Inch; J An.iromeda. Oreek-Arn*rl(-an
A e (IS Inchea), wlth a Jump of 20 feet H'i
Throwlng tha alx'een-pound hammer ,handl
eap)?Won by A. McPourall, Irlsh-Amerhan
A C fSS ?eei >. wl-ii n throw of 1SO feef U'a,
Inches; p Ftyan, Irlsli Amerl<an a V.
(acratch), wlth a throw of 171* feet 2% ln<hea);
P McDonald. Irish-Amerlcan A. C. (3* feat),
??tth a throw of J7.*> ftet 7 Inches.
f'ontlnned from flr-t page.
r*pan, of the Oindnnstl Reds; Evers, of
tho Chlcago Cubs. and Whlte, of the
White sox. Canigan, who is the rep*
reeentatlve of the Boston Rerl Sox, and
Perdua, who rapreasnta the Boston
Braves. iiid not attend the meetlng
The flrst business which came before
the nioetlntr waa the eiectlon of offlcers.
Mr. Pulta was chosen president, wlth
Matty, Cobb, Doolan and Sweency as
vke-jresidents. the flve to make up an
advfaory board which ls to be the BU*
preme power ln the Itntarnlty. Jake
Daubeit, ..f the SuperbaB, wae elected
For Protection of Playera.
The flrst action tiiken bjf tlie organi
aatlon had raferanea to the Inoldent
which led to tha forming of tbe frnter
nity. A rssolutlon was passed request
Ing tha Natlonal Commission to adopt
leffialation delcgating to umplros the
authority to protect playera and apac*
tatora froni BhualTS and insulting lan
guage on the fleld. Several of th,- dubfl
aince tha Cobb incident have Informally
adopted raaolutlona to protect the
playera, but no action has been taken
by the commission.
Another reeolutlon was passed, to tho
effect that a!l forms of eontraet vlola
tlon and rowdylan and all act* wher
ever committed that would Impalr the
ra' playlng condition should not
ountenancsd. Thls resoiution cov
perplexlng queatlon of the use
of Intoxlcatlag Uqnora by the playera,
a matter to whlch BBTCiml of the club
owners, especlally Dreyfuss. of the
llrates, and Murphy, of the Cubs. have
glvao much attentloo lataly. whi;.' tbe
fraternlty d.d nut go on racord in favor
of total abstlnenca it araa tbe s.-nse uf
the meeting that the directors of the
organlaatlon use every Influence in the
clubs that tley represent to prevent
layera from doing anytblng Whlcb
would adversely affect thelr playlng.
Intempernta use of Into?leants is
banned, although no objectlon was
ralaed to moderate drinking.
The question of Inaurance niso came
up for dlacuaakm, ami it was daclded
that the association Bhould DOt take
up this feature of fraternal on-aniza
tlona, but auggaated that the playera
tik'- out policie.s of a o-rtain form ln
aoms of the big lifo Insumnos com
paniaa. No particular COtnpanlSS were
No Rspresentation Desirsd.
It was decided that the fraternlty
should not ask for representatlon on
the Natlonal Commission. lt was
ght that there was nothing to bo
ffalnad by thi*, as lt would mean little
actual power or volce in the proceed
Ings. In view of the fact. too, that the
commission deals with many questlons
in which the playera are not vitally In?
terested, it would not be falr to demand
a right to vote on such matters.
Bavarnl Other thlng.s of moment ln
the internal affalrs of the organlza
tion were taken up, but no announce
ment was made of them yesterday.
Several sugKestions polnting toward the
better relatlons between BWuetS an.l
playera were gone. over carefully, and
varlous demanda wlll ba mads during
The dues wlll be $18 a year. Many
of tha playera were ln favor of making
the afcseMsnient higher, but lt was felt
thnt if lt was rai.-ed some mlght hcsl
tate to enter the movement. Ijhe en?
tire playlng strength of the two lea jue.i
was desired rat her than a few choice
sfiirlts. No objactlona have been
?1 to the nominal d'ie- flxi d
The fraternlty has been Incorporatsd
under the laws Of -New Voik .State, and
the members <>f th< aaao latlon ara
protected flnanc lally. as the offlcers are
under Londs. According to the bylaws
no large expendltures ln the runnlng
of the organlzation are allowed with?
out the conscnt of the advlssory board.
No effort has been made to cxtend tho
movement Into the mlnor leagues as
yet, although this lu a proposltlon
which will come up for conalderation
in the future. Only playera ln the twa
major leagues. the Amerlcan and Na?
tlonal, aro members. The managcrs
are left out ln the cold. The fraternlty
ls ln no sensc a secret organlzation, but
merely a protective association.
WHOLE TOWN AT FUNERAL
Gary Honors Newsboy Who
Gave Leg to Save Girl.
[Hy Teleir-raph to Th* Tribune.]
Gary. Ind.. Oct. 20.?Practlcally all the
resldents of thls city turned out to-day
to pay thelr last respects to "Billy" Rugh.
tho newsboy. Not only dld fraternal or?
ders und clvlc bodlea parade, but every
rlepartment ln the ateel mllla that could
do so closed so thnt the employes mlght
march ln the funeral proceislon.
At 2 o'clock to-day Rugh's body waa
taken to the Methodlst church, where the
Rev. Dr. J. M. Avann conducted aervlcea.
The pallbearera were slx pollcemen and
the honorary pallbearers were the super
Intendents of the three st"el plants and
men promlneiit ln the city. Ths mu
siclans' unlon of I>ake County played the
funeral dlrges. The band was composed
of more than a hundred members.
Followlng the servlces Ru^h's body waa
taken to Rook Island, 111.. whero lt wlll
he lald basafs that of hls mother.
Ethel Smith. I'or whom Rugh s&erlflced
hls llfe. dld not learn of Rugh'a d.-.ith
until late yesterday, when ahe overheurd
her mother talkitm'. Flie was deeply
grleved, snd her condition was such that
a physlclan hnd to be called. The girl at
oaes s^nt a bouquet of roses that rested
<>n Rugh'a coffln to-day.
NEW MONTEFIORE BUILDINGS.
The cornerstone of the new bulldlngs of
the Monteftor* Home for Chronlc InvalMs
! wlll be lald at 3 o'clock next Rmiday
I afternoon In the pre?ence of a dlstln
| fculshed company. representlng tht- bad
I ers of Jewlah actlvlty and thought In
-.'r.-ater New York. The bulldlnga are
! sltuated at 210th atreet and Gunhlll Road.
adjscent to Jerome avenue. Prlor to the
laylng of the corneratone the annual
meetlng will be held, report* suhmltted
by the preeident and commlttees and i
twi-lve directors elected.
STARVE IN VENEZUELA
More Than Six Hundred in One
State Already Dead.
BOYS EAT BABY BROTHER
Kill Little One in Absence of
the Mother ? Government
Blamed for Conditions.
- i ? clal forresponilenc-.l
Caraca.-:, Venesuela, oct. 10.?From
varioti8 parts of Iba country come reports
i pf the axlatence of extn-me mlaary.
Parbapfl the most stitrtllng and most
deflnite Inatance of tbe economlc condi?
tions prevaJent has beea recehed hara
from the State of TruJIllo, the accuracy
of Whlch a VOUCbed for by a Trujillo
merchant. Hls atorj it that more than
' sls hundri'd peraona have atarved to death
ln VBliorUa towns in the state.
Many horrlble talea i>f aufferlng are
toid. The bodlea nf an entlra famlly
whoee membera atarved to death were
found ln on, houae. These bodlea were in
auch a Mate when dlecoverad that th>
houae waa imrnc l down.
One almost Incredlble conse'iucnce of
th.- panga of hunger w-as the kiiiing of a
baby by hla tWO Otder brothera ln the ab?
sence of their mother. who then rOBSted
tba body and ate it to allevlate t?;< ir own
sufTerlng Crom lai k rif food.
Boya Confesa to Mother.
The motber of tbe three chlldren, al?
though hers, lf all MBt too weak to walk,
left her mlaerabli home lo aeek some food
for ber starvlng chlldren. Bbe accepted
t!,<- opportunlty tbat prasented Itaelf t'>
earn the plttaace of 10 oentfl for a day's
work, wblch kept ber from bar hom. untll
late ln the d iy. She rtrturnod to h> r chll?
dren to brlng them thi-lr Bntt taste of food
in geveral daya Ob bar arrival home the
two older chlldren oonfesoed to tiielr moth?
er that they hn I been drlven by utai va?
lion to klll and eal thelr baby brotber.
,.< of tbe atarvlng rtctlma In TrujlHo
mlgrated to oti,4-r parts of the republie,
vv' are thev l, iv.- h. ri abb- lo K?*t sutll
rlent C4>ffee and corn tO BUbSlsi
M ICB Of the Mame for these conditions
Is placed upon tha government, whlch, lt
Is said. has plv.-n too llttla attention to
agrlcultural conditions of the country. ll
ih polntad out tbal u.-neral Joad Manual
Hernandes, wbo left Veoesuela bi
j of hls disf-atlsfm tL.i; Wlth tbe QOBBefl
government. ptOOOtttto plana for nKrlcult
urr.l developmcnt. lf tbeaa bad beCB
adopted the preaent deplorable conditions
mlght hBVa been a- i rtod.
j Also the compiahBl Is mrwle that the
large OUtlay betng mnile for the bul)dli K
up of a large army could be more BdVBB*
. tageousiy used fr,r the improvemont of in
dustrlee thal would >-'U<* amploymenl Hnd
support to thouBBi da of m< n now
DIX FOR FARMERS' CREDIT
Will Suggest to Taft Board to
Albany, Oct 2n -Oovernor Plx hellevea
: ln the idea of eatabllahlng a cradlt ava
t,-ni for farroara under fnierai Bupervl*
alon, and win suggest to President T.,ft
: that a eommiaslon ba appolnted i<. inv?
; tlgata Tha Oevei nor laaui <i
| tiiis atatement to-nlght:
President Tafl haa written lO tne, stih
' ml11intr the tes-iit* ,.f hi*< referei
the ambaaaadon ol forelgn countrles, of
tbe Idea or eatabllahlng ln thla ?
a credlt ayatem :<> enable the farm
Anance parmanent Improvementa al i>
j,... s,,| i...... i interi I thai l he) ai a al
expressions of opinion from tlu- varloua
Go* .-t noi * or. thi aubject.
Mv Buagestlon la thal lt ahould badona
i ommla lon ' t appolnted to .
the wbole aublisct; that it ahould co-op
arata wlth, and nol antagon ?-?. the bank*
irif? -v stem, .'i nd thal
should be eompoaed of membera aeli
by the state grangea, the Bt.,te agrlcult*
ural depaitineniH. a repreaentativa
,n at i a repreaentatlve
The plan should comblne the best fent
ures now In voniir- ln other countrles.
that vvc may make atepa ln adi .
whlch we arlll nol later hava tr, retrace,
rememberlng that 'ondltlone iti tii'a,
counti ?? ? nlv dlfferent from
.- it, ..(her ? ?
The i'i ?? Idenl . ? ? . . ..
tlvea of 'he varloua Btati
ln Wasl.T .'* :. ln I leceml er, follo
lha conferenee of Oovei ira at Rleh
tnoiid. in 01 dlII that they may fully die*
CUM ihe i il lect, and lt lh my bopa t<>
attend both meetlnga
STUDENTS PAY OWN WAY
Twelve Per Cent at Princeton
Earning Daily Wages,
Princeton, N. J? Oet an.?One luinli -1
and at-ty-aeven atudeata, or praeticaiiy
12 per eaat Of the entlra undergraduat
body at Pri.i >-toi, I'nlv.rHlty, lltfl r
wholly or par.ly Buppori?-d thtmeer* i
during tha laat college >i-ar, sccordlng toI
the flrst annual reporl of the bureau Bf
laelf-halp, made publle bera to-day <>t
thla nnml>er, ttx men came to eollege
wlth no fundfl at all, whlle m-arlv flfty
report"! at the openlng of the term w.th
less than $200.
The buroBB was organlzed on a BTOrk
ing basls a y-ar BgB tOO thg purpSBB of
asslstlng self-supportlng BtUdeUtS in rfait.
lng means of employment by which to
pay thelr eapenses, and during the last
year $18.0Cw has pass. d through the or
ganizatior, into tta- bands of the Impe
Newspaper reportlng, telegraph work,
tutoiing, elaasroom monltorsblpa clothea
pressiug, selling BgeOClee, newspaper
routea, table waltlng, expresa and baggagt:
dcllvt-ry and fumaCB tending are some Bf
tba ociupatloiih In which the m?-n en
L'pward of Sftei B rrrnn got employment
on the Princeton I'nlverslty farm during
tbe siimint'i vacatlon, and, If plans for
4 nlatgement, whlch are now on foot, dl
vel ,p favorabiy, tiie farm will be able to
engajje about flfty "lats-reis" dttrtttl the
Of th.- Ki7 men refrlstered wlth th<- Or
gaalsatMa saly two wero droppod from
the COUegO rolls owtmi to deflcieml. s In
studles Bttd none on account of la.k of
DELANFY WASN'T KILLED
Reported His Own "Murder" to
After telllnK a stem'ngly trnthful story
of how hls frlend. John Delaney, of No.
26 West 132d street, had been thrown ln;o
the water und>T the VNllll- avenue tn BgB
! by a woman. a man who described hlm
ipelf as frank BnBth, was flned 16 In th
i Harlem court yesterday morning. Maxls
trate Kiotel ilei 1 ed that tie man was
Intoxlcated when J. V. Consatil, who gald
|he was tbe prls< n.-r's brother-ln-law, as
serted that "Smlth'* waa Delaney hlm?
Accordlng to Detectlve Enrlxht, of tha
East 126th atreet statlon, the man came
into the statlon house and toid hls story
of the death of Delaney. Mrs Delaney
I was prostrated when ahe heard of her
I huabai.d's "death."
Ml! 26 HE
2 Prisoners Caught After Chase
on Broadway; 20 Shots Fired.
CIGAR SHOPS A SPECIALTY
Entered 14 HcuscJ in a Nipht,
They Boasfc; Are Held Wfaflfl
Confesslng they bad commltted twenty
slx robberles in the last two months and
that tiey had entered tourteen hOUSJIS hi
one night, two men who said they were
Oeorge Bond, nineteea reara old, and
Mlcbael Klrby, twenty years old, ur-re ar
laiaiicd ln the We.-t SI'le court yesterday
morning by Detoctlvee ntsslmmona Bur
gess, Owens nnd ifcGee, ot the Weet
; 47th street station. und were held in 12.W0
ball es< h for further ? xaminatlon to-day.
The young men were frank In admlttinir
they bad perpetrated robberles for the
last tWO months ln varlous sectlons of
Manhattan. Must of the places entered
sn< hea ol tbe Unlted Ctgsr Btores,
Id, although thev boastsd of hav
ln| entered fourtcen houses ln one nlimt,
all In on- block.
Thelr arreata were bromrht about by
I ?. ... tlve Kltzsimrr.nna. who wss passlng
a Unlted ( i?ar stors Bt No !'':<i Broadway
when his ntt.ntinti WSS drBwn to the
Re watcbed for a few minutea
then called the otber tbree dete< tlres, snd
iiM sntered the stnr.?two from th?
I floor ahove and ihe others throiitrh the
Tbe detectlees found Bond ami Klrby
1. nl ent' reil the atore thrOUgtl n hole
broken ti rough the brlcb arall In tha raar
of the itore. The men heard the di tectlves
a*ettlnjj in and ran away. Tbe** had been
i bag arlth clgarettea cigars nnd
COUpona bUl dropped It wl.en they fl?<d
from tha Btora. They ran to ,*.3d atreet,
and were ftbOUl to turn. hut declded to
fo on down Broadway.
The d. tectlvea ln pursult, ussd two
taslcabs in the ehsse. Several tlmea Ihe
ii ? :i irere ordered to atop, but they kept
i the detectlvea drew thalr rs
Twenty ahol srera iired he'ore
?i Rnslly stopped, nt Ust Btreet
Then the] a*era t.ii.in to the w.?t cth
Sdmitted ti li was thelr serone
vlslt to the Broadway ."ton-. havlng pre
aecured 7S.000 etgsr coupons fmm
lt. wi; - :? tslled roi
accordlng to the polk ?. snd
Kullty ln court, they Were held ln order
to frlvs th- | oUce tltne |0 Invi stltfate tlu lr
toi ' .-? of the f>ti.' r rol berlea.
WOMAN HELD AS BURGLAR
Daughter and Man Charged
with Receiving Loot,
Charged wlth burglary, a woman who
'?'rs. Ada Bennett,
thlrty-si ' old, of No .tv" Eaat
IMth atreet, **a? held ln 12.001 ball by
Uagl trats Freschl, In tl.e Morrlsanla
court. yeeterday morning for easmlna*
At tbe same time a
man, whs gatra his name as Albert us
* . ? ? i old. and
, who aald she waa Mrs. Virglnla
Coloo, ? jreara old, daughter of
nnett, were arralgned oa Ihe aus*
. Iving Btoli md held
ui.il. r 0.000 ball.
Th.- thn a s - ra arresti d by Del
n'Nelll snd Wlckman early yes
olng at No. M Eaat mth
red, together mth Mra
years old, ? bo was lilldn n ?
u ls charged wlth enterlna
t Hort i al No. Wl
i th street, on ? h t' bt i lf, and
.ty and clothlng valusd at
*SM llors than lorty pawntl Itets srers
found ln lha houae, th?> alsuths aay,
BhOWlng thal Mrs t-n-nn.-tt has r<
? ? , the last *:x months
Frank Alger, an ele. trlchni. iv: o board*
sd wlth Mr Emersoi. I three
suits ol clothlng and an alarm
tn.it R ood wss wt irlng a sold fo i whlch
', Um t." Mrs
Thla waa id- ntlfled bi Bm< raon
i roperty. _
POPULATIQN RAT1Q LAGS
Money in Circulation Grew
Faster in Last 10 Years.
Washington, Oct. CO.-The progress of
the I'nlted States in populatlon, produc?
tlon. commerce and flnar.ce ls plctured ln
a publlcatlon cntitied "Statistical Racord
of the Progress of ths UsJtsd Btati
1912." Just lssued hy the division of statls
tlcs of the Bureau Of Forelgn and Do
mcstlc rommerce. The figures are espe
ci.-illy tnterestlng when present condltlons
are compared Wlth those of a decade ago.
Populatlon has lncreased 20 per cent ln
the perlod 19->'J-'12. and money ln elrcula?
tion haa Rrown from 12,2J9.39().iCl to $3,276.
M,tHt an lncrease of J6 per cent. The
loans and dlscounts of natlonal banks
have grown from $3,221,8*79.631 ln 1902 to $.'>,
9o3.9c4.J32 In 1012. an lncrease of II per cent
during ths ten-year period. The deposlts
In savlngs hatiks have jrrown from $2,67V),
104,486 in 1902 to M.B1MMM ln 1911. the
lateat year for whlch figures are avall
ahle, an lncrease of 60 per cent ln nlne
Imports of merchandlse Into the coun?
try have grown from $90'.32*1,9(8 ln 1902 to
R.aEMS4JM In the fiscal year Just ended.
an lncrease of **-* per cent. while Imports
free of duty irrew from $''9fi. 818,871 ln 1902
to t*tt.tnjkbi ln Hlt an lncrease of 122 per
cent. Imports of crude materials for use
ln manufaeturlng hav.- (rrown from $303.
RMH In IM to $,'">.M.OM In 1912. an la
? ? SBi "f B par cent, and those of nianu
fBcturea for furth-r use ln manufaeturlng
from H47.MMH tu $:".'3.729.134. an increaae
of practlcally 100 per cent, while Importa
of maaufacturea ready for consurnption
Sdranced from B31._0.saO to S36o.Q18.9JX). an
? of N per cent
Kxporta of domestlc merchandlse during
tl ? decade hava lncreased from oXSSo,4M,
Hl ln 1901 to |2,170,319.B8 ln 1912. a groWth
Of ti per cent, while exports Of manii
factures (Including In thls term both those
ready for oonaumption ami those for
further USS in tnai ufacturing) lncreased
from M63,8M,881 to ll.GJO. 437,1*7, an lncrease
of 12i I- r r,mt
Unporta from Kurope. whlch ln 1902
formed HLI per cent of the total, formed
In 19:2 bUl 49 6 per cent. while those from
North Americi lncreased from 11.1 I"T
.?.i.t of tiie total to 10.1 per cent. Tboaa
from Bouth Ameriea ahow little change.
Of the total ssporta the share sent to
Ml from 71 per c.-nt ln 1902 to 60.9
per ceal In ItU; thal to North Ameriea ln?
crease.| from 11.S p*r cent to 23.7, per cent.
Tba percentags of the forelgn commerce
carrled in Amerlcan rSBBela Waa, ln 1902,
12.! per cent of the imports end M per
eent of the exports, and. ln ItlS, ll per
eenl of tha Imports and I per cenj of ths
exports. tl.e percentsge of the imports
carrled In Amerlcan ressela havlng
Bllghtly decllnsd and the percentag'-1 of
r , exports carrled in Amerlcan ?
Bllghtly Lncreased during the period under
LOOKINQ FOR A POSITION?
The Tnbune'e readera are employera.
Sunrlee. it:l>v iun?.t, .*.:1.'. mocn net?, 1 34;
c.tuu ? age. 1 N
.1 m. r m
Ssndy He - ?. ?*?? J 1*
? f*iand . J M t:4M
. 6 33 B 30
? ? BlSS I, reported *?*- btl mllea eajt of
Bt : Ho k al 1" Ifl ? in >ei*terd?>. li ex
1 i? 7'-" aill'* raat of
.)', ls .-xi'-ctea
?.:.i. r ; rted 11* 780 nill'P e??t
f Hook St 10 a 111 -.(??If'day, ls exp<- t
The Kui?<r Wllheltn der Uroaee, reported ns
da), n ? > ? V
rhe Mliinehaha, reported i? WO mllea eaat
? ? j ,
1 ! lo d
. , ? lUffUl ''? IcUtrla repnrre.l os
lerdar, li -ay afternoon.
.>?.?i Frosa lias
? 1.Olasci'W, Oct 12.Anchor
. .1.. 11 t IS.
Oct 14 I
11 t |fl N Y * P 11
rka ] ilaii I, "' t lrt ? ?
rslur, t> t U-Oreefc
Im Touralne.. I '-.
11 * I.Hrl?tnl
Pan .1 m, Oct 18
. 1 BBDAT, OCTOBEB 777*
?Kalssr WderOr.Bremsa Oei IB...H o Uoyd
lha.Ixjndon, Oct \2-Atl Tr*n? ?
U. > Dep.u tment of Agrn'ultur_ A \
WEATBBI HlrlF.AU X .1
xo.accK uiT oaarvj V 0CTOm d;w
_._.__ _.>_?M^to^r-'a-aia^ li ??_, r??< ??'
+mA, O -?*' * - * ? "?" " "?** ?"?? ??""? ?? ?*?
THE WEATHER REPORT.
OfhYlal Iten.rd and lorec.at. Wa-hlncton.
<i , 88 Tba Kartharaatara rtonn baadlmla*
.,,,,.,, ia lataaalti aad ...adi ireteljf te__W:
Ure pravall* to nlahl betwe, n tha H_*las ppi
Rlvet aad lha Bockj Mountalna wlth naalt
ing local ralna In Ohlo, Bouthaaatern _nne
iSta. Baetei- Nebraaka and '?;""'' '
,.,,l?. ,,,?! BOm* snow ill Sai-h-.s'" n WjTOin
ma Thera aaa .... ether preclpltatloa of
co'aaausi.ret tha eoBBtry. ? x-pt ls the
aarnii Ib tha uppar lake rea on nd tha
central valleya and ronsiderai.iy oeMai .n
the 'Xtretn- West. ,
Thera will he raln or snov? Monday ln Ih*
central Korky Mountain reglon and locat
ihiiis iii the central plaln* Btataa, thrt Mls
i"d uppar Mlaalaalppl ralleya aad iba
. |..,u.. rrVlon. f..ll.,we,| hy renemlly falr
v.'.'.th., i,,:?v Orer lha "???'?*?'?f "E
countn Ih* -eath.r will he K-n. i .iv r.,ir
ai. .,'...v and Tuaadar, ?eepl la iae Ohto
Voney aad tbi ?-*?*?? l-am Ube ??_-*
-ta.ra there will he lo. al ralBB Tu-S'ln.
"lt willbeealder Mondaj ln tba plalna
Matss aad the Maaaail veltey __? *jg
Mondav nt?hl ->r Tues.lav ln lha upp. r Mis
,,V ,,ri \Lnev and tba uppar teke_taaiaBB.ll
"il ne Bomaarhat warm.r M?a?U| m the
sou h-rn ?Pp.r lake an.l lower lake .regtoa,
Ihe Ohlo Valley and the Int.-r|..r of the At
^haVlaaa aleaa _s_ j_?_ P*a_Bl ***** 1
*m t,e moderata north to eaat; mlddle At
la lc coast moderate northea.t to eaat.
lo-th Atur.'tic eoaet medetat* north-ast;
?a. liiilf rnaat. n.od. rate northeast to
Boutheut" west Qalf ."-"? mo.tarate south
"as to south: nn the lower lake.J**~*"
eaai ami aottthaaat, and <m the upp-r lakaa.
moderata aoatbeaM ?nd south, h.-romln, va
r"fiie,,m.rs departlns: Monday for Kuropean
,?,,, will have moderate northeast to east
w.nds. wlth falr weather. to the Grand
Foreraat for Kperlal I-oealltles.?Kof East
ern New Vork. falr to-dar and probably
Tueaday; ellghlly warmer ln tbe httatUej
lirhr to muderate northeast to southeaat
I'i,r Soutliern New Enrfland, falr to-day
nnd Tliaedar. "Sht to moderate east and
Kir Northern New Bsslsad, falr to-.lny;
wirmer ln wCStora portlon; Tuesday. (alr;
llght ta modersto rsrlabU winds.
y.r: tlie Dlstrlei Sf (''oliimlila. Maryland
and Bastern Pennsylvania fair nnd allghtly
umnur io?iiiiv niui Tuesds**; Urht to mod
,:.it,- northessl to aouthessl wlnda,
(*or I).'lii\Mir- Hii.t Nl iN Jersey, fnlr to-day
and TuSSdST: llght to moderate northeait to
soutlii ssl wlndK
pot- Western Tennsylvanla. falr and sllghtly '
tvartner t.i-.lav; TSSSdafi unscttl.d; Met*- I
.,t,i\ local ralns; noderats east to ssataeest I
Per W"stern New Vork, fair and sltchtly |
srarmer to-day; Tnaaday. rdottdy: prooafely
local ralna ls arssters pertleo; moderate east,
to *uut hesst s lada
8 a. m. ??'-' s P- m. 30 |
Ohservatlons tak.u at t'nlted Ptates .
we.ther hureaua at 8 p m. yesterday fellow: .
CUy Temperature. Weather. '
Albany . M CleSf
Atlantic citv.I Clesr
rtnston . ?'-' Clser
Buffalo . 48 riear
Chloago .?. '"8 near
\,--v nrleane. 7'.' <lear
Ft. I.ouls. M rl?-ar
Waslilnaton. 62 Clear
l/oral Offlrlal Rerord- -The followlng ofrictal
record from the Weather Huri-au ahow* the
changes m th- lemperatare for th.- Iss4
twentv-four hours, Ir. comparlion wlth tlie
cm respondlnr dnt<- last year:
1011. 1012) 1011. 1012 ?
1 a m ... lf Ml B P. m. f.8 81
ii a m ... Bl 48 n p. m. .Mi n8
a a m. ?? f3 11 p. m. !*7 f>4
12 m.H ns 12 p. rn. 5V ? I
4pm. 81 821
Ill^hest temperature yeaterday. 82 degrees;
lourat J1* average. H; average for corrc
? P'lnillng date last year. .**.?; average for mr
reaponding Ouf last thlrty-three years. BJ
local forecast: I'alr to-day and probahly
Tueeda**' llght to moderate northuast to |
?F* der Grosr.e. . ..ftremen, Oct 13. ,.N1 LloyiJ
?K A Vlctorla.Hambtirg, Oct 13.. .Ham-Am
?Kroonland.Ant?erp. Oct 12 ....Red BtST
?Carrlho.KlnK?ton. Oet IT....B P ro
?Arhance.Crlstol.al, r?ct II.Panama
I "Snratoga.Havana, Oct 19. Maid
I flhnf Anna.Olbralur, "ot 13.Fabre
1 Maln.llremen. Oct 10.. N Q Lloyd
Lampasag.Tampa, Oct 17.Ma.lory
WBDMBSDAY, OCTOBBB 23.
?Oniba.Klngston. Oei ls. ...R M I P
?CtemeBI.Pera Oct 12.Hooth
KOnlg Alhert.Naples, nn 11.N Q Lloyd
,-'an Jai Intd.Oalveaton. Oct 17_Mallory
101 Bei.Galveiton. Oct 17.sSo Pac
Vessel. Fo- Une. clces. na.tl*.
C'perame.Paramarlbe.ItliWl 11:'")a m 3:00 p m
I Oolon, Crlstobal. Panama.. ..11:30 a m 3:00 pm
Pantiago, Brunswick, I'lyde - 1:00 pm
TUB8DAY, OCTOBSB 22.
! Kal-er W II. Hrtni.n, NOL (l:"0am lotnOam
?'.ren.ela. Orenada, Trlnldad 10:00a tn 12:(i''tii
Rofrdaa, Rot'rdam. ii ia- imonam
Ifohawk. J'ksonvllle, Clyde. - liixipm
i C of Pavannah. Pav'n'h. .-av- 3:00 p m
Wr_DlfSSDAT, I'OTOUKR 23.
, ?Mauretanla, L'pool, Cunard - 1:00 am
[Philadelphia, Curacao, R D 1:30am 12*1)0 ra
Almitante, I'olon. V P Co.. !>:3nam 12<Om
l Psthfder.San Juan.NTAPH.W-00 s m 11:01 tn
L Downshlre Bantoa ? ,ll*0Bam rmipm
Taormlna, Naples. Italian.. - -
Argentina. Naples, Aust- - 1:00 pm
Pai.lne. Oalveaton. Mallory. - ]."'
Inxitiota, Ja kVvitie. Clyde.-? ! 00pm
Antllles, NVw (irUars, So P. - 12:00 m
? Mall for Ss Mauretanla cloaee 0:30 p m
i eattaattoe snd <n-am*i ln tt. T. P.M.
i Hawall (vla Tacomai?Mexican .. To-day,''.JO
Japan, Corea ( blaa
I'hllipplnea 'vla Pan Franclsco)?
| Slbrrla .To-day, 6:30
'Japan, t'on-a. Chlna ivia Tacomai
I la Maru .Oct. 275, 6:30
Fl!l Islanie Pm-an lalanda. V'-w
1 Zealand. Australla (vla Vlctorla)
Marama.Oct. 2*.. 6:30
Japan, Corea Chlna (iia seattle??
pToteaUua .Oct. ?. 6:30
Hawall ,vla Pan Fia.T-laco)?Hono
ll.ln .Oct. 25. 0:3"
Hanaii. Japan, Corea. Ccina (vla
san Fi-anclaco)?Chlna ..Oct. 28, ?:so
laivin. Cnrt*a ' hlr.a Hla ?e*.'.tle)?
Par.ukl Maru .Oct. 31, 6:30
Japan, Corea, Chlna Piiiiirpin?a
ivia VI'torlal?Mnriteagle .Oct. 31,0 su
Ouam. Phlllpplne,, (vla San Fran
Cllco)?IJ B Traiisrirt .Oct. 81. 6.30
TshlU, Itarqaesaa Cook lalsiusa
\'A Zealand, Australla (vla San
Franclaco)?Aoransl .NoT' 8> 0:3W
Ifawail Panionu Islanla, N'?w Zea
lanl. Australla nia San Fran
claco)?Vintura .? ? ??>?<"? -*? 8:3?
Port of New York, Sunday, October
BtSBBMr Merldlan (Br), Jucaro October 13.
to tbe Munson Ps Llne. wlth eugar. Arrlved
at the Ilar at WM a m.
BUatner Unden iden. Hamburg Octcber 8.
ti Punch, Bdye <v Ca wlth nidse. Arrlved at
tbe iiar at I a*' P '" ? . ,_ ?.
Pteamer Perugla (Ur), Leghorn Peptember 28.
Nuple- Dctol.er 4. Paiermo t! and Almerla 8,
to Henderson Brother*, wlth p*_Bengara and
mdse. Pasaed I ire laland at 0:18 p rn.
st.-amer Kablngi (Br). Calcutta Auguat 28,
Colombo Beptemher 8 and Boston October 18.
to Noiton & Son, wlth mdse. Paaaed la
Sandy Hook at ?-:'<5 p nt.
Steamer El Monte, <;alv?*ton October 13. to
the Southern Padflc Co. with mdse. Paa**d
In Quarantine at ii:20 a tn.
Steamer Kl Haso, New Orlesna Ortober 13,
to the Southern Paclflc Co. wlth rorlea.
Paaaed in yu*rantlne at 7:."8 a m.
BtBBBMff Clt> "f >avnnnah, Savannah Octo?
ber IT. to the Ocean Bl Oa wlth paasengers
an.l mdse. Paased in Quarantine at 4:48 am.
Steamer Madlson, Near port New. and .V I -
folk, to the Old Domlnl-.n Sa Co. wlth paaa. .-.
gers aral mdse. Pasaed ln Quarantine al 2.a0
Steamer Pawnee, Phlvlelphla, to the Cayde
Ps Ca, with mdse. Paaaed ln yuarantine a*
12:80 p 4ii.
Steamer Prlndpe dl I'lemont (Ita'.i, Oenoa
Oct 3, Naplr-s 6 and Palermo 6, to Oa..re
rontl. wlth 137 cahln and 1,881 steeraga pi'A
.?engers and mdse. Arrlved at ti.e Bar at 8
a at m
Steamer chln^ha 4I'.r), Philadelphia October
ni, to W R Orace B Oa a aallaat Left
Quarintlne at 9:30 a m.
Steamer t'ape Flnlsterre (Br). Mjntevldeo
September 24. Bl _uda October 11 an 1 Norf-.lk
18, ta i a Wlnchaatar * Oa 'n ballaat Ar?
rlved at the Bar at 9:15 a BV
imer Paloma (Cuban), Cnlharlen OcUsoot
?. Cardenaa 9, Sagua 12 and Havaaa Ut to
the Muaaoa Ss Co, wlth sugar. Arrlved at
the Bar Bl ?' > a ?
Bteamer Arlstoa (Auat), Hnmhure Se-,t.ern>er
2!?. with sugar to the Ilambiirg-Amerl' aa
Line. VaflBBl M lha 'ians .--a I.ine. Antvaa
at the Har at 9am.
Steamer Rayo, Philadelphia for Pavannan
and Jacksonvllle. Passed In Sandy Hook at
9:10 a m, plcked up a barge anchored ln
Sandy Hook Hay and proceeded.
LBMT K.vlnga <Br>, Calcutta Auguat w.
Colomlo Peptemher I, Port Said C4. Alg.era
30 and Boston OBtafear 19. to Noiton A, Son.
with BMtoa. Arrivad at tiie Har at ,.U IB
Btaamer Pnuh (Br) Norfoik October 19. ta
N'ortoti * Pon, In ballaat. Arrlved at the B?r
Bt 1:18 a bj _ . . _
gtaatner t.a Touralne iFr), llavre Oetoher
12 to the FVench Line. wlth passenger*. malis
arid mdse. Off Ambroae Channel Llghtshlp ai
Bteatner Peruala (Pr). Marsellles septernher
9 Oenoa U, Leghorn 2*. Naplna October 4,
Palermo 5 nnd Almerla 8. to Henderson Bros.
wlth 11 cahln and 4414! steerage i.HSsengera ana.
mdse. Arrlved a' tba Bar at 9:!S p m.
Baady Hook. N J. Oet 20 9:M p ra-wina
south, llght breeze; clear; amooth *ea.
Steamers Blrtchall (Br), Catanla; Doroth.T
(Br), Valraralso (not prevlously): Prlna
Joachlm (Oar), Cnlon. etc; Harry Lucken
ba. h Baa Juan; Mackay-Bennett (Br, cati-i,
Hallfax- Eugenla (Aust). Trteste vla Savan
nah; Oenrglan (Br). Baltimore; Oesabaw Texaa
Clty; Haiullioa. Norfoik and Newport New*.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORT3.
Southarr.pton. Oet 20-New York. Naw Tork
vla Plymouth aad Cherbourg.
Euez. October 20-Tokotr.aru (Br). Manlia, Ca_
cutta and Colombo for Bo*ton and Nev*1
Bouthampton, Oct ?. 8 P B__Mer_l ***-??_
ton lOer), from Bremen for New Tork via
ftueenVto'wn.' Oct 20. 10:18 a m-Carrnaata (Br),
from Llverpool for Now Tork.
Selllt- Oct >??Mlnnetooka (Br), New Tork Pf
Losdoa; Rocharnbeau (Fr). New Tork for
Per!mre'Oet 20--Karcnga (Br). Calotttta for
Boaton and New Tork Kloto (Br), Toko
hama. et.:, for New York. _
Are some of the features that wlll make our next
Well Worth Reading
The fiction is by S. Ten Eyck Bourke, Charles Francis
Bourke, John Kendrick Bangs, Ann Mazzanovich, Grace Duffie
Boylan and Gordon Holmes.
The articles are by "A Famous Lawyer" and others.
The advertised politics is contributed by Chairman Hilles,
of the Republican National Committee, and by Woodrow
Wilson whom the Democratic party wants to make President.
A Famous Lawyer
Not fiction, but more interestins in its way. How many
thrilling cases never reach a public tnal, being settled by the
right kind of lawyers in their private offices.
\V> don't usually advertise our advertisements, but the contnbu
tions by Chairman Hilles and Dr. Wilson are so unusual and so
interestina that many people in both parties will be glad to know
ni them in advance. Each party uses an entire page of our next
number, at reguiar advertising rates, to advocate its politics.
Read both sides.
The Law of the Beach
By S. TEN EYCK BOURKE and
CHARLES FRANCIS BOURKE
is a rattling tale of lifesaving by the aid of an aeroplane at
Baroegat Beach. One of the best ever.
The Road to Albuquerque
By ANN MAZZANOVICH and GRACE DUFFIE BOYLAN
\ tale of a whitc school teacher's experience with an insane
telegraph operator in the land of the red men.
Love Letters of A. Noodle, Esq.
By JOHN KENDRICK BANGS
narrates in Mr. Bangs's most humorous vein how a elever lawyer
saved a client in a desperate breach of promise case.
No Other Way By gordon holmes
Another fine tnstalment of this great mystery story.
The Cover Design b7francesrogers
is an unusually clcver and artistic conception.
ALL IN THE NEXT