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?CIS HOUSES FUL
SI BIG ROAD RACE
Gilbert Taylor's Four Pile Up
Twice on the Way from
SCARE IN THE GARDEN
Bmil Seelig Wins Annual Event
and Cut? Ten Minutes Off
Even the judging of the champion*
al M*riis<>i! Bqnnn ?iarden can never
Iceep the thouchts of (he crowd away
fron? hing race from Arrow?
head Ii ' . when closing day eomeo
?r und. And >?'Sterday the race had
extra thrills: for not only did the
trinnlnis coach, owned by Kmil Berlin*,
IfflwaT th* r<* "rcl u>' nearly t?n minutes.
but tha tort that <?ilbert T.iylor's four
?vus so lato In nrrrrtoaj led to all sort?
of alarming rumora that the coach had
tu:n?<1 over and several persona had
As a matter of feet. Jack" Ken op.
tbe driver of ?his coach, had all sorts
of troubles, for his off leader slippci
(?erfee on the ?slippery nspbnll on Wa.sh
dnglo" Heia, his ar.d th?.- ntar horse and
the trheeler* ?rent piling up on him.
fjn passenger* ?vere injured.
Thi Taylor conch, on which S. Pence
Taylor. W. Allaton Twttty, Howard
F. Flagg and Montague
W i rthley rode with tbe owner, did not
?jhow up at the Carden until 1:11
fclock. and its story spread through
the crowd as rapidly as if a "Ja? k"
Bt: r.? ha?! be*n i-rashlng it out OO a
?aflea* instrument. Tbe opectetora
aeenifd to be more worried, however,
than th* paetengors, for "Jaclt"' Kehoe
.laughed and said "Oh. It's nothing!"
Th? four had left the Inn at 3:01
?p m and were going along inorrily.
Earner *t the turn fion, Brondwnjr into
: ?? Ktreet one of the leaders went
??prawll:ig. and dragged down the three
rOther horse? with him. The men on
Hop of Um ich jumped off and un
'b>." ?-? tbe four and got them on
?their feet. < ?ne wheeler suffered a
. split hoof and the near leader
Cam a hind ahOO.
Horses Tangled in Harness.
At St. Nlcholne nrenno and 180th
?treat practically tbe same thing oc?
curred again. But there was a longer
??lay tble 1 a, lor the horees were
veil tangled in the harneas, and, be
aid?3a, a big crowd collected, and police?
men had to shoo them away, so the
eoaeh could start.
]t finally arrived at the Garden, a
fra lion over tu city-four mimites be?
b?' d the Seelig tenu The coach did
Hot turn over ii, either accident, al?
though before lie arrivai it was pictured
as smashed to flinders by the roadside.
Ernest Fown?s. von of "Daddy"
Fownes, drove the Seelig coach away
from the lun at 3 p. in. sharp. The
totes of his brown leaders poked Into
the Garden door forty minutes and
forty ? peon do later. On the bra beside
the lrlY*ir WM Paul Sorg, who made
the twelve Guiles In fifty mlnutea in
1110, the record up to yeatarday. The
other passengers were George B.
?Holmes. Edward Griffiths. John darken.
fW. F. Dalton and H. D. Holloway.
The horneo tlnlahed fr*ah, and Ike
.paseeng<-rs said the lash waa not used
during the entire trip If there waa
any movement in the whip's hands as
h? mu re hi* winnors around the ring
It ??.F not noticeable. Fownes might
feas/e boon driving a pony inataad of
?our | aaob horse*, for all the
pffiort 11 aeemed to require.
Mel Valley Flame Witts,
Th? championships did not go as was
anojnetatt The opening- olam of th*
?fternoon *e?sk>a waa for ponies In
harness lr. competition for th* cham
?jplon crup presented by E. von der Horst
ilfoch Mai Valley Flam*, which waa
?nrchaaed by Alfred Q, VnnderblM (of
t va* easily the winner? and he
pror*bly would have h*v>n ha?1 the ring
he-Id evttry pony that evor ?VOTO ? bin?.
Me! ValUv Cinder, owned by William
Motor, was chosen for the reserve
Other* In the ring were Czarina. Prin
? liff, Dorsy, Phosphorus anr"
Ma'd of Tr\ lnr^ton.
The . jiff?-* had a surprise hi store for
?th? ?ai: btrde in Class 99, Which called
ior baorjaif Igbl saddle horse?. Most of
them bellnvod the championship would go
to Qasrajn roo Karlowskl's big, handr-ome.
?*lght aeetier Avoca, the victor of a
hundr.:d battles on the tan bark. Mine
Wartrar-M T-vnpklns rode Mlas Mona
I>i.?Bn ? drey Wat, and the big gray geld
trr vhm really more impreBslve than h?
I <-? n since hi? advent in the Chardon.
His canter is perfection. h?it Id? trot la
til), and thi* I* where h* |-,?t mt*0**
banal a grant hope?. When th? rtbboM
were hended <>'it the trl-'-o'or with th?
arent to Godfrey Pr?*ece'j Pan
and the reserve to Ore? Ifaat, with
e ?? ^ for the jro.vl Avoca.
ring were . he lsghtW**ght*,
A MODERN HEATER
WATT'S PATENT GAS
I r. ilu?t. dlrl
iie?. Ii??f? away
??< i t h trnubieooinr
' o?l f r-?m ' ?_? ( enl to
I ( ent pa* Hour.
??AS USED FOR FUEL
\ ??'?!.??< ' ,i|, :,,! | |r<( f,.r tiiiintry homes,
*'??" ? ? ,f?)rev ft>. Ilooklrt
I,, ? .?? -i -,i?i ?r-.
N? V. (i s Stc?m Kadiaior Co.,
FOR HOLIDAY ?IF?S
..i, nxri,uen e,
WH IRK NOW ?HOYt IN?i
THE :! .VS IN
rf H.MII.I DIAMONDS
_ a ?[> r?i:i:?.,
THK \'.;.<, <-i\. n TO
M ITU Avt., NLAn a>'rw ai.
Snd here axain it won the unexpe<-tei
that happened Kmii S?H?r r(Vi,- m???
M. 1>. Alterburyi Patricia, qnd if ever
?he deaerved recognition ?he osnerved it
thon, foi- she was ai her best. MUSS
laura Stanley rod? rVot.tro. h\t\ the ilttl
Bngllali mar, aras an h?ti had behavior
mid r'-nre?! riKht in iront of lii? judges.
as though she ?rev? saying "im lired of
this." Percy Drary rod? Striker, and it
mu?! have been his. handling ?' lb? ?eld?
ing; thai old ':>? work, fot Btrtker i* not
a honde?me animal; at 'east, he is not
a ?hew type, and the ludgea cbaae him
for tiie reafrv? over patricia. ands?eptre.
The championship weal to m??s Atter
bury'a Nickel plate, although he was not
nearly ?o con,! ib usual,
Tho blue which Robin Hoed te?.n in
C?aos S] tnoal l?av< tx n gives for past
performance?, ', ? id? i rform?nce la the
rin.^ mool sesuredlj did not warrinl it.
He hopped skipped und juroptd around
the turns and adopted a voit oi co-a*
)on-please Rait which was far from at
tmctlvo. Nestledown's Rob Roj put up
an excellent performance, ami if .!. Camp?
bell Thompeon expected him to win the
blue be was quit? h?"?tided, siso iiulte
mistaken. Instead, th? Ural prise ?as
handid to William ii Moore, snd Mr.
Thompson ! ?i.l lo be conten? wltti a red.
in thf nexl claea, ab!< i coiled for
mares or geldings r.ol under 13.3 hands,
j to he shown before broughams or vie?
I tortea, Robin lioog? ?eemed to hn\e got
bock to his old form, snd he won the
Nue, which was faetened on his bridle.
He v\8i put to I brougham, Ttrhll? N'estle
down'fl Moonshine, whleh won th? red.
was in fro? ? , f a -, |, tori?
Ughtwelghi bunten cleoSd the after?
noOB ? - Bd htoughf out some good
met? ils! L4< Itenanl C. H. I_.nnoliore
rode ^i es. the brown gelding from Hol?
land, winch has beoooM *?> popular sur?
ing the show, gpes made a elsng per?
formance, as . OOea, but e\i
dently ins conformation did not pirase
the Judg? ?.. t .<? he went unptoood, There
were no Bpfila, and the only had a? tor
WOS Hoher: ?'ollier's tttVOT fox. whirr:
had to be ol Seed with a rake )>efore he
would take the fences Algunas, from the
Blenheim Farm? mod? s clean perform*
anc? and won the da?, with Major Jo?
seph Kllgour's Jap in second place; Sir
Thessos and if? mi . from iu* sttu
Adam Bei-k. wr-- pis *d t!:lrd and fourth
Miss Helen i'.nehanan rode ber boy mare
Katydid . ..ule a favcrahlo iiii
presaion, but vas a litt'e outclassed by
th? big thoroughbred?.
William H Moore's total winnings for
the we*k ways a i^corc of first?, which
Included threa championships; ?even sec?
onds and uni?- reaerves and four third?
Miss H. D Att.rhuiy was next on the
list with nine blues and on? champion?
ship, four reds snd two rooorvsO
i'harle? K. Brown h?d to his credit eight
bin???, one red and Bve yellows. Miss
Mona Dunn's record wss four Muas,
?leven rud* and four yellov/fl,
J. Campbell Thompson had four blues
and a oh?mawnnshlp Tan latter waa
won in <:iass as*, which called for ?ham
pion harnee? b?reas ont sedlng lg.3 hands.
Here Nootledown'S Rob Hoy met William
H. MOOre'S Robin Mood and he defeated
him for first honors. This wbb quite as
It should be, but it was a reverssl of the
decision made In a similar competition
earlier in the day.
Mr Moore won all of the champion
| clarees with the ?xccption of thla one
I Tha division of height waa mad? eo that
j little I.adv DHbam was compelled to
I meet the big horse-? and th? Judges da
cid?*! in favor ?>f the superior height.
Lady Seaton ?ai placed over Lady l'll
ham In the singla harnea? claas. and wh?n
aha and Elegant Dllham mat Menella and
PhyUte and Lord and I_ly tieaton In the
class for p?1rs they went unplacad.
Robin Hood and Burgomaat?r wer?
ohoaen in preference to Nimbus and Kill
ington NlmM? in the elasa for pair?
OVBT 15 2.
Ther? was a eeoeolatlOB prit? and two
championships for th?> hunter'. The BOO?
solation went n> Mi?s Helen Buchanan*?
bay mare Katy Did.
The champion class foi huntOTS ?ho?!
av?T the fences was divided Into thr?a
parta, heavy, mlddl.- am' light ?a eight.
Th? prises went to Th? Virginian. Pally
Coombs and AlgonU.
The awnrda foll?n.
Class ?4 lehamploneblp for poaia? prisa
cup pr??ent<*(i by K ??->,, ???? Morst Keen) -
Firat. Aifi"d Vanderbllt'i b | at? a;l*'>. ?
Flan.?- ???? i '. a'llli? n Fesui ? bi k Mel
Vajlei * ? "Indi :
H . ... 1 ;. .; hand?.
fis- pris?, 11?? ? -? - "ni ? : ? MO . I
prlr.e. *!'."..- Pirat IVIIliar.i H Voir?-'? p g.
Robin H "d second Campbell Thonrp
son's h. g. Naatleilown i It?.s Re third, Mr?
C. Ceci ritiera ? ini bed; fourth
William H Moore'fl ch. r. Cadet
Claas M ???ddle hor???. as ?i I.y^; foar
y??r? ol?1 or o ??! up ta ? ? n lirg I ?V? p?mn?ls.
flrst pris?, $li?'i M ' pi'z- |f?o. third
pris?. *-'?'?? '???' ?i D ?Ufiburj*? ?r. a
Ntek?! " -? ?t?a? atona l>unn a ch
g. Rrriv?'. third lila? alart? Louisa Thsraa
?on ? 'I. ?!? M Butterfly; fourth Engen?
Meyer'* b e Bli H?r?
? ??? ? ntarei or gelding? nor under U)
hand? la b- ?how? before bro'jgham? or
vitstoiiai hors?? to eoual ?'?', T-rr o?nt? *p
polntmenta ?'?" p'r cnt. flrst i?ri??. Iioo,
I ??cond prise. $.V> third prix?. $?hi - Fir?'.
I William H Moci"! bl g Hobln Hood. ???.
I ?"anapbell Thnrnpnon ? ch. m K?etl?<
Idn.-n's Moonrhln?. 'Urd Kind S?*1lg's h g
j Tip Top. fourth, Philip Livingstons b. g.
<"la?s 144 ffour- in-hand?, in ???mpfilnon for
?ho Arrowhead Inn ?'hallorig? ?"up, hor?*? riot
- In 1 han-1?. to ta ijrhen ro OOBCSB?
?nrrving not ?e?s than ??-ion p*r?on?. ?"o?rh?M
to l?i?.-f- th? Arrowh??d Inn a' llM appointed
tirn? and ts arrhe at th? ??ard?n ?Irhln ent
honr fr??rn th? tinn? of ?!?rtln?. riJ^ mu*t be
won t ??!'<? Hj th? ?am? esbibitor bofor? it b?
come? hi? property) Kir?t. Kmii S??ltg? four.
drh?n b\ Enxsat Ko??'??, ??rond. <;iil??ri Tar
lor? four. drl\?n hr Jaeh K?ogh
C'l?s* w? (ehemplon bM*y_w?isbi saddi?
hor?"? first jn/o $12S?. First. Godfr?>
Prase?'? ch. g Pananas; i???r\?. mas Mona
Dunn'? Or*y Mlal
ri?i? i???? febaatpiea mlddi? ?ni Ugh? ??iaht
?addle hofisea; Ural prize. tl?Si Fir?, Misa H
r> atterburr'a ?? x Kiesel n???: r???r"'?,
Miss U * I inn? ?-h g Ptrlk'r
('las* 74 (eoll?Ctlon? ol lb!?? harness horses.
not under IS hand? lo be showr In aingl? h?r
new fliar prise, 1100; BS-cSfld prlr? BflO; third
piU?. ?2' -i First. William H Mooren ?tob'n
I, .. Seaton and I ?'tv S?ac?n. ??? ond.
,i Suinn*r Draper'? Nimble, Batir? ?n.t Nin*.
i I, J. ?uampbell Thompnan'? Rob no>.
? | ii? riisr. roorth, J?me? Ue
- Wlldftr?. Sir rto??|:?r end 1 h' Pilol
?? . i ar? Ighl que'ifl'd htl "e ?P
to parrying ISA gioands to hound?; Br?l prix?,
I2M) ??? -..i??i it."?. 1100; third pn*? *?<*?
rsrm's b a ?UsjonlS. vei ond.
v' ? Jooeph Kllgour's h. k lap. third, Hen
Art.im IV- k?- h k Sir Thomas fonrih, M?-?
A'lrtni Berk's b i :>;? .r< H
? ion hin.??? horse? <?\?r 14 ?
and nn aaeeorlins If 2 hands; ?rial ''.'? vaiu?>
glOOi Fi??i. winiiiM m Moore'a h m Ladv
Seaton; r?aer\-e, i W Horrlmnn'? l>r m fJidv
PI I ham.
Claa? M (rli^oi|l n har:ic?? horaBB. '?le'-dir?
15.8 handa prtst 1136) l-irrt. J. Campbefl
Thompson? b u- "'. | v., r???-r'. V.'.UIh n
c M? ore*? I ?oi d
?'lri> I . ?Ira ???"??dins 14 2 ?nd
-,.t ?grsedltlS 1"> " ' l'il*' I1SS1 i'lr"
?tiilBto it Mecire'a b k l.?>rd ?eaten and
U i -. ? ., ... r? ? vl ii1 am H
| M?v.r?> b DM M' ?'? '??
? s ?v. ? hamplon paira <>.???-Un? l' ?
, ? alpe ?kHiO) nrtt, '.\ ; n-m
ii M? " ? ? ?r? Robin i' o and Puegon???
ter; !?'? <? i -'i. -in??? Draper*? b |? Mlmbua
I ?nd Rl
Cla^-f. 19 i nfisetatkaji trli?* fot ?niallfl?1
msBiera tbal havs noi aroa ?? ion?., prize dur
Ina its -? arise. *i"0; ?rr-on-t nrlta
*w? ribbon) i-'hst. ?Us? Hel?n
I i ?, I h i ' '' ,n? ii'l- ?? <???? .1. ? :len rtl-i
Hi' Farm'? i-. m Bmpres?: 'hird. Mis? Mint
Due?a ii ?. Com?! fourth, ?.'?piKin T V>\
Rodden'? r? k ? inn o,t
Cl*rr 117 ?. in ? ? ?iil'Sbl- to H?
?finir l.irJti ? r- r.-!-- . n,. . * r, ?101, First.
<;i?n Rldd'i l-'.ir , ? , y- ? ,lr:niei:. r??er'?.
F a'nbm? ? '?rl?'? *. g Sunt>l<
<?"??? !2t? ' l??r.i!.... Inin.i?: '-ri*?. ?.VK?. to
be '?I.i1?d into Ihr?? mvt?. iV heaVT, rr.ldol?
'chl welathlai 'i??y??v >??'<> Ftr?t. ?Sl'n
Rlddl?- F?roi? h s. Vb? V,rglM?n. v^fr\f.
Mainr Jaeseh KllaWnr'a '? ? '?' ?ur?ine Middle
ar^ghta: First. F. Asabroee ?Plajft'e eh. ?r 8?ti\
CoMnbS; i??erv? Adam n?ol:'? b g. Sir Ed
nrard. Mghtw?l?/ht?: Flrsi. Rlentieim Farm?
b g Alg??na; reanrve Major Joseph Kllgoue?
b g |?0
THE TRIBUNE PRINTS mere mitai
c?l adve-tir<."r,ent? than uny oth?r New
ANGRY FARMERS HUNT
FOR NEGRO FUGITIVE
Eager to Lynch Bandit Who
Held Up and Wounded Hus?
band, Wife and Servant.
HIS COMPANION SHOT DEAD
j Three Hundred West Virginians,
with Bloodhounds, Searching
Mountains for the Flee?
? Talatrapi to Tin? Tribun?', i
Cumberland. M?V. N'ov .2".. Thirsting
i for ven?rea nee on one of the two
j masked negro bendita who held up one
? of their Bombar, attacked his ?if* and
servant, wounding all three pi m ne,
, MIO farmers of Hampshire County, W,
I Vu., are out in for? e. heavily armed,
i scouring the mountains fur the fugi?
The ?>lher negro. Frank Efordy, hroth
I er of the fugitivo, wan shot and killed
I hy T^ee Inskeep, the farmer who waa
held up, who freed his hands. Which
j had heen tied behind his hack, nnd shot
Hardy just aa Mary Henth. the hire?!
women, had heen beaten unCOMClyi*
and Mrs. Inskeep had been overpowered
by th?- robbers,
'The affair happened this morning at
i the Inskeep > farm, three mile- from
I Romn?y. The poraoora ?.n?e had the
?fugltrre s?rro?mded m-dny In the
mountains. He gave ctiff baltle. ;?.?
1 though bndly wounded nnd mnnngod
j to es?ape. and is suppose?! t?? DO ?>n his
'way to Cumberland. \;a Oreen Spring.
? Word hav hee;-i sent to ??II towns l?e
! fween Romney ar.fl this plac? and the
.entire community is up In rrnis. BQprfh
Ing the moiintaiiiH for tlie bigbWU] man. ,
?Nothing less than ?? lynching will ?at
? isfy their desire for VOUgOUttCO, and
there la considerable talk of burning
the negro at a Oteko if he in caught
Bloodhounde Find Trail.
Lieutenant Trihcr, of the Cumber
1 land police force, with several blood?
hounds. Is with the pursuers. It was
due to the doga that the trail into the
mountains waa found. Al Springfield
the fugitive com polled, ol tbe point of
a pistol, a negro woman '.?? furnish
him with dinner this afternoon
Mary Heath, who woe beuten uncon
scious. is not expected to live. It Is
feared her skull is frUCtured. MrB.
Inskeep, who was s'"o beaten, is in a
serious condition. bUi Is WUUCtod to
Inskeep went to hi? barn about 1:80
o'clock this morning to hit? h his horse,
to a carriage. inien?lirig to visit Rom
ney. A sudden ? ommand. "Hohl UP
your hanus'' ?aus?*?! him t<> turn, and
he confronted two masked n"groes
standing with revolvers pointed at him.
Raising his hands he askr?) what they
"Klve hundred dollars'' waa the an?
"I haven't gol that with me." he told
The negroes then tied his bando be
j hlr.d his back and, rlaHng their re
? volrers against hhl rib--. ? nmmanded
! him 10 proceed 1o the hoUM
As they entere?) fiie hoUBt the women
' aerearced. but attacked the negroes
', with brooTis and kitchen UteueflO LOUI -
I tng their ?*aptl\e to himself, Biippr?s?dlv
] POCUrolj tied, ihe negroes fought the
I women. One bamllt grabbed a ehlb and
! b?.,?t Mary Heath OTOf the head until
?h? ?vue unoounctoue, Both then at
tucked Mrs Inokeop. who fought them
until hot strength failed nnd ads* ?i'
thrf^n to the floor.
On* Bandit Shot Dead.
Jtiat this moment Inskeep. v.hn had
been tugging at his cords, managed to
free hie hand, and he grabbed a shot
fnn standing In the corner. He flre-1
one snot directly In the f.i?-e of Krank
Hardy, who fell to the floor dead. Th*
other negro then took to hi* heelH, hut
as he ran from the house lie turned
and fired, the htillei grazing the head of
Mr inskaep nnd Inflicting ? ?llgbl
InBkeep notified hi? neighbors after
' chasing the negro for lom? distance.
The farmers left their work. end. with
their hired men. started on the hunt.
ffiDBHL POUCE NEF '
IS CRITIC OF BURNS
IColonel Shanton Says Famous
Detective Is Wrong on
Policing Big City.
ADVOCATES THIRD DEGREE
' fays Physical Persuasion Is
Sometimes Necessary to Get
Truth from Hardened
"Gel rid <?f the g.mme:i or every oltl?
\ ?.en will cany a gun,
"Gunmen should no; be tolerated for
; one BMtnent if they are not dlonrned
, nn?i sen! awaj for long tornU the mo
menl they at*- found with son? talad
? sronpons upon then then the good dtl?
: gens <>f Ken Tork wttlghnve i riRhi t'i
j ?arry pun" for protection SgUtttOl ths
This w;is the sentiment ? xpressed
reaterdO) by Colonel George R. Bhnn?
| ton, chief of the knsulnr poUee of
i Porto RICO, Who canae here n w^elt OgQ
Ion bnolneos connected with .? mine be
recent!) dtotovored in Porto Rico.
"If th?- polk, ?lid Irre what wo have
done in Porto Rico ihore would be fen
gnnint-n at !ar<r<\" he declared. "The
pollee pIioii'iI nol alone hove the right
: to geurcb, but should hv eosspellod to
Is? a roh every suspkimu peraon. if they
t lin?! to search the some m;?n ten times
! a doy. if ?h? gunmen knew this they
i would feor to any gUM f?>r the*
WOUld kno llin? ? neap?,n fr?lind upon
them would moon pooltlvi conviction
, and a I??hk t?-rni in prison."
Wllllnm 1. Burns x* ? detective and
| a man atands in lilj?r? regard With
I Colonel IhontOU, b'it ??. mehow tho a?l
vice on police matters Riven b) Mr.
Rurn? on Friday nl?ht at Cooper l"nnn
doen n?it wholly tally with the Id? is i ;
t!:o Porto Rknn chief of police, Re bad
r???l th- reports of Mr. Burn?"? a<ldr?^?s
at Cooper ?Union, end declared that
Whits much of it VroS good SSttHlon
?sense. thoTS WOTS .?r>me i<leas wh ch
wer?- S ong nn?i impracticable. "Y?e\
I read e/hnl Mr. Ilurns had to say," sal?l
?'olonel Shanton, "hut I don't tan- ]
rrttkrlslng s nan ?>f the worth ? '
. i.'ini?? He is tl ? grootent detective the
world ha? ever produood, but bo < il I
j not run B p<?II?p department md ?lo
Inwn) with the third dear?*, what Is
more be ? Mid n?>t run a rm.nkipa!
pollCS ?"'>i?-e without the at?.ol pigeon*
j His ?perlai ln\ eut ?gators may e all
right and perhaps would he a ?jr3At und
off?, live help iti getting evident?, rut
?.en ti-,???. bsveeUgotora couid not ?uc
c?e?l without BtOOl pig?r??nB."
Th? .nan who baa been a Rough
Kider an?l has .?lept in \h* Mine room
?Ith Taft and aith ROQOOVOll during;
their visits to the t'anal Zone, and waa
reoponelbls for th?"lr OSfoty, ?xpresaed
hlmaeif nu Strongly opPOOOd to the per
m?nanf dlSttiCtS f?>r poll?"? captains, aa
advorgted by Mr. Hums. "The per?
manent ?li?trl?' |lan. I believe, is a
mixtak* h? ?nid, "and is not con?
ducive t" s mor gene y eActoney. Even
ohVer, from an Inspector down ihould
be trnn?f?-i? ??! al ? rnowtei t? notice s?
sudden transfers from dletrtct t?. dis
trn't arc ?'??ii for the ?er- ice.
Mr. Mum? ?ays ho would bUVC Ihe
Censmlootonor ippointed f?u iif?. i
agre? W|?|. him and I think also that
one-half the nien ahould l??j recruited
from th? ?tat?? and QUO hSif fiom th?
d'y. Mr. Bums derlar?? thsl bSWOuM
have a d?partm?nt that would dOSS
with the heat armle? in the werM, This
i think la shoolttterj rontran to so.,i
pnii,, ,.. ? Too much nul tar too
mu h p.irade and too mucb \ > Insr with
militia and regulars would .???on gpou
an organisation which ?houl?! be en?
tirely metropolttnn, Burnt never ?aid
a tru?r thing man thM a deposed pe>
UOOHMU. "i police offl? er ahould never
be reinstated. Hla return to the de?
partment with ft proviens eewvtetlou
over hi? hf?d would h?\c an ill Influ?
ence upon th? ni?n under him. Bvory
man In th? Police Deportment, from
th? Commlooloner town to the pntrol?
man. should co-opera f- with SVSVy
rourt oflWr, mun|rii>nl or federal, for
harmony and ro-operstion with th?
courts is th*? keynote of gneosss in po?
lice work fPs have that In Porto
Rico. We had It in th? Canal Zone.
Fur Sets, Scarfs an;! Muffs
Men and Woman's
Fur and Fur-rineH Coats
for every occasion.
Exemplifying the well-known
characteristics of our Furs?
exclusive styles, fin- quality
and perfect workmanship.
Between 35th and J6th Sts. Tel. 2044 ?reelcy
Colonel Shanton said he had l.ooo mer
under him In Porto RUo tor In? handltn?
of a population of l,2r?O,0On poisons. I?i8t
y?ar he Ind ST.onn arr?ts, which he con?
sidered ?mall for th? population, ami not
M.ilrtu ?on? i'tlon? which he ?le.??i lhed as
"in four .?.ears." he continued. "??? had
".11 murders, and. with the excpiior. o|
one man who has bc*n hiding In eoeouunl
treoi for M**orel montha, wr have cipt
?rfil all of th?' murderers What la more,
they wert all eouvk ted. gad th? secret o(
fhi'i >s that am ?ife workire; under ?llrecl
federal contra? The fudge? rapport th?
pUlle* an?l the poll?', support the Judge?
and the Judges are supported by those
higher In authority. I should hat- to s**
ihe .so-raii??d third dr^i-,. pgjgg ,?nt ?,'
vogue. I believe In th?* third dogTO?. B]
?li?t I mean eonttnuil con**jraatkHi oitli
rrhnlnebi until th*] ,.,?,,?..?*. god, \vh?n
OCCaelOtl demando, a little physical for?e,
This list, of ?ours?-, applies to brutish
BOH. In deallnf: with criminals of thi*
clnss a litt!? third ?here? usually brings
Regarding th? rarr? ing ?if Kuns in Portr
Rico Colonel IbUUtOB ?ai?!: "About W per
cent of the peons In Porto Rico want tn
ca*r> conceal?"! weapon?. 1?, four year?
i here seined Ml rerelren na<l tMN
khh es. The- don't mean to do violen"?,
r ? ira the falo? ittHior thai Ihoy need
a gun f??r -<-lf-proti ? ttoU, Those CUUght
th* Bret lfm* were |h?*d from fM '?> ?a*
tor gun packini an?l ??'h?rs were Impi'ls
"ne?! \Y<- dumped three ami one~heli
tons of ?una BUd knives into San Juan
Harbor, and told those orreoted that we
*r*ra prepared to damp as much more gay
time th* off? tnlcrs de?;?led to arm them?
selves again. Hut the cunman in Porto
R!c?j has practical!] dlsappaorad "
SPECIAL POLICEMAN SHOT
Called from Poolroom and Fired
At by Gunman.
An Italian, kn??wn ?in!\ a* Chicar*!!*,
and oho, tha poMcc aay, 0 a tVIlMarae
? hurx K;uiKster, ?ceompanloa' by ea en?
Identified man. a ho elOO ara* aitn.-?l with
? a revel voTt eoasod l?vtn Mull, ? q dal
I policeman, ?.: Ko, M Si.iith !?th atr**t,
tO the ?l?,.?i Of ?? ?? "I "?m. at v 0. m
: Bo ut ii Id stre?;, \\ llllnnisburg. r**t*rd*9
I afternoon, and emptied the revolver at
| him, One bullet took affect, and the vic?
tim was tnken to the Foot III II Plstrict
, Hoopltal. If? Is In a critical ?.??ndltlon.
tlall I'icurred th- enmltj. ?f ?"hharella
j whip- he v as imiporaril? attached to a
i ?Ian?-? hall in Graham BV?n?M, ;?t?mn tWO
I e/ooka aico. CMcavella and some ?>f hia
! ffttnit raise.| n ??'..?? iri>anee. an?l ?tall
I or.lered them OUt, Wh'n th*V left they
1 aaid the; would fet revenga 'P?1' poseed
I the :n?-l?!ent from Ma ni?t??l i'l'areP.s
I and Ma 5'tnma'i evident!; trailed Mm
reeteida? ?'. for he ha?i been in the pool
I par'o: . ,?i i faro mlautea when th?
Italian opened the front ?In?,?- and whls
p. i?-,i t.. [.???'. th* proprietor, to tell
I Hall he ?a? ?ranted ?> itelde
As Hall came OUt th?^ Italian step? ? 1
II ?? i?<! sho?ifc,1 tn his gunman
?i.?t ht'ii h iva if"
Th" gunmen rai??d th? revotver ami
opened Br* Bt* buileta net* Bred In
rapid succession; flv? of them, which went
wild, whizzed past the heads of a doien
men Inside the place. The a?cond h?llet
?truck Hail in the rlKht cheek, passed
through ills mouth, deflect??! at a pulnt
below 'he right ear. and pissed aroun!
to th? bach of his neci,.
The gangster? disappeared in th? <ii
I'ection of the Wlllianuburg Hrldge,
NEW YALE " DORMITORY
Wright Memorial Building Is
New Haven. Nov. 23?The Wright Me
mr.rlal dormltorv was Braaamtea fortnaltv
to Yale I'nivernty bjr the alumni thla
morning In the presence of thousands of
Vale men gathered on the old oallef*
The new building, which coat S34d,0Q0.
completes the ineiosure of the old campua.
It is on the site of old Alumni Hall.
i;?orge K. Ide, of New York City, chair?
man of th? committee which raised the
nuney, in his presentation address said'
that the building was to be a lasting ma- j
morlal to the faithful services of Prof**- I
sor Henry P. Wright, who recently r*- !
tired after t,wenty-flve yeara of servie? a* ;
dean of the academic department.
On Monday, November 25th
including Imported Models
Charges ivdl bt made 01 Jsnu&ry ? t accewr.ts
Tint? Avenue, 46tb * 47th streets
l?JJL?LUlJ ESTABLISHED A QUARTER OF A CENTURY ?___
Annual Thanksgiving Sale
we will offer seasonable articles of China and
Glassware at special low prices.
These extraordinary values well illustrate our policy of offering the BEST of
everything ?n China, Crystal and related wares for the LEAST that can
Imported " Open-Stockn Dinnerware Specials
From our immense stock of 500 different patterns we offci ?
Dinner Set of 122 Pieces Dinner Set of 100 Pieces
Excellent quality Ch'na, with artistic border deco- Finest quality Limoges China in a beautiful white
ration and gold edge. One of the b?st value? in and-gold design, consisting of a quarter-inch raised
Imported Dinnerware we have ever offered. $^(- paste-gold border. This rich Set would $Qc ItA
Complete Set, regularly $35, special at. ?D ordinarilv command $!00; special at 0??./U
Sale of Fine Plates
Our stock of French and English China
Piales is unquestionably the largest and
most attractive shown by any store in
America?and our VALUES are positively
unequalled. To illustrate?
Royal Doulton Service Plates
A beautiful example of this celebrated English
ware ?g featured in the Sale?Full-size Service
Pbtes 'vith solid ivory body and artistic gold bor?
der decoration, surmounted by a rich band of en?
crusted gold. Regularly $65 3 doz.; $m?m j
special value, at . OO U.OZ.
Copeland English Bone China Plates,
Very Low Priced
J*'ine China with ?irtistic gold decoration
o-er a solid Cobalt band extending from
edge to gold shouMer-line. finished with a
%-inch gold border and edge?
R?gblarlv Par Dozen
$35.00 Service Pia' e?. at. *29.50
SJ5.00 Scup Plates, at. /9.50
$32.50 Entree Plater, at. J26.S3
$?3.C0 Dessert Plates. at S22.09
?:c.00 Bread-ar.d Butter Plate, at ... "4.50
t32.S>fl Tea Cuns and S lucera, it. ??"? 5"
S25.CO Bou;Ho?i Cum and Saucers, at -29.50
$30.50 After-Dinr.er Cup: snd Saucers at. 4^ JU
Ltrgf MfOrtlweiH rf art: les especially suitable
for "Bridge" Meet, etc.. always in stock.
Sale of Fine Crystal
The brilliant displays of beautiful Crystal
on the Main Floor of our New Store fairly
scintillate with unusual values in this Sale?
Rock Crystal Table Decorations
Crr.sisting of large Centre-piece and six Sid?
Vasos, connected with artistic glass $?_ ^
chain?. Complete, at. /.oO
A richer Set, special at . 20
Cut Glass Sweet Pea Vase at $3.50
Entirc'v hand-cut; fine quality; VALUE, $5.00.
Tab?e Glassware Sets
Tvn Sp?ciale from our superb stock of
more than 100 patterns in high-grsde Table
Glassware?each Set consisting of a dozen
each of Goblets, Saucer Champagnes,
Chrets, Wines and CorJials.
English Rock Crystal Set
A revfect quality of this wonderful hand-mad?
Cr>ftal. in e:u"My new shape and de- $?-a ?j?
8:gr?. Very special value, per Set, at ?54.00
Imported Rona Crystal Set
Ar. excellent example cf this tine ware, $?*)?- na
a?, g very low price. Per Set, at. ?O.Ol)
Rich Hand-cut Glass
The BEST Cut Glass produced?EVERY PIECE
IS ENTIRELY HAND-CUT, in the newest ar?
tistic designs. The large assortment comprises
Fir.cy Bon Bon, Marmalade and Jelly Dishes; Nut
Bowls; Cider Jugs and other pieces in rich florsl
cuttings?at a wide ran^e of prices.
Note the Address of Our New Store (Opposite Tiffany & Co.)
9 & 11 Rxst 374 Streel
Just off Fifth Avenue :Telephone.Murray Hill .460