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Y?L LXXII..Na 24,142.
Ta BB*. fair .ind ?<>lder.
NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1912.?18 PAGES.
VorU. ftflflaa** < li* anrl Hobok-n.
PRICE ONE CENTtaC,tyt?^wi.
Postotfice Investigation of Ster
ling Debenture Corporation
Results in Nine In
SIX UNDER ARREST HERE
Sale of Stock of Oxford Linen
Mills Basis of Charge That
Jnvestors Were Mulcted
by False Repre
.iiur and preeent oflIclala of Ihe
g Debenture Corporation. of Na
193 Eaat l?'th atreet, arhleh has boM
s and bonda of h?iustrtal r*orpora*
tlona for tba last five jraaura, and, a*
g t.i tha __?lorlttaa, ha-? mulcted
atora of at lea?rl 910.000,000, were
ited yegterda) by poatofflce ln?
ora ?.ti lndh ?nenta charging them
vi i fraudulenl use- of the madla
Although the Bterllni Deben
Company baa acted aa fiacaJ agenl for
tnbar of reepoctable bustoloaa enter*
i a and haa aold aoane good aecurt
ti.s on riammlBBlonB the poatt fl
autboritlea, aftar an inveatlgatlon
vhi-h lasted more than a year, ?-"'
evidence tt-ntliiieT to Bhow lhal the
company promoted many arlldcat
i- .um,-- ba which cr< duious Invaatora
sank mlllions of doUara without any
chance of erer rocelvlng returna for
The indk-tment charged fraud
of the muils in t".ie aale <>f the
atock of the oxford Linen Mills, ?
MabM corporation, artth ? PA?nufact n
Ing plant at Nortb Brookfleld, __aa.
Thla lomimny was ca-pltaltaed at $_.
U00,000; whlle its aaheldlarles, tha
r-B-tb-OOh company and the Oxford
;.!nen MatUeea Company, had a cap
t.-.iization of 9900,000 and 9000.000, re
Stx Men ArreiteO Here.
? rf the nlne mi n ?llow?
mg .-ix were atrreated ln New York:
k W. BhuBBBker, fonner praaldent
? Bterling Debenture CtorponUlon
and one "i the foundera of the bual
Bnmnel i_. Flndley, Bocond vice*
prealdent; Harry H. Platt, al praaeni
..ti offlcei of the companj*' Elwya k
I'-.ir.-n, ptBBHanl of the company, B id
O, noeaiihatiBi. wltb oflIcaa ;?t NO.
__ Williain Btraat, co-naal for the eom
i ,m\ and a dtrector, and Wilbur N.
.??. ot No, 19 i'ark ?ow, a patent
? i_e] and a dlrectoi In Ihe Oxford
Qeorge li Mlddlebrook,, Brat rice
? Ment nf the Bterllng Debenture
- -rporntlO?, waa arreated ln Chicago,
re h* livee al No 2713 Iflchigan
iuOi nenjamln C, hludge prealdeni
?' the oxford Linen Mllta, and Frank
tVlncball, a former preeldenl of that
ompany, uiii be arreated al Nortb
kfli ld, Ma
('f the rnmpanles *? hi. li thua far have
. ther failed te glve returna to ln*
torfl or have 1-iitst like Boap bubhloB
the postoffice Inapectora enumerated
the Telepoat Company, wltb a caplta11*
xation of 918X100,000; th" Telegraphon
'ompany. capitallxod al $5,000,000; the
Iton Securities Company, wlth a
capital of 92.7_0.000; the Dtetagrapb
? ompany, wltb 92.000,000 Btock, and
ti.e Bartlca Rnbber* Company, wlth a
noik laaue of 92.000,000 and ? bond
laeve of 9900,000.
anpbUnti eoncernlnf the actlvlty of
. Btortt_| Debenture Corporation be
? -,o oobbb to the poatofflce inspectora
three yaara ago, but the legitimate
lalneaa tranaacted by the concern
aeesned to make an expoaure dUBcult
a year ago Warren W. Dtckson, chief
tor for the New Tork dlrlalon,
.! thnt the COmplalnta v.ere srrow
n BUmber, and BBBifBed bttpectof
O. <". Kimhall to make a tlmroiigh in
Btlgmttoa. Mr. Kimhall began the
? aaattaaaad on fourth paae. iifih eaaaaaa.
This Morning"s News
rmen la Chrerrlde 9 aldo. l
t | "in- loi i i.'tid Alleged. l
Baaaa Pneta Becape. l
Horae-Itamplea Mra. C. 0_>. leelln... i
LlptoB Relterataa Challenge. 3
V rdiei for Tobaooo Companlea. i
Mra Oooda i>eti? s Police. 5
Alderman PenlBB Hlackinail. 5
Workiii.aa'a Comawaaattoa Conference. 6
>uleti<1?- Home Kush Oa. 9
1 !'?re Autoniatic Btoker.13
N?w Haven s FaXOa t'ut in Haif.18
',,. n.i io Retala Hobm.l8
I rVrMtratloB Urgad. a
- Truat Hunt to <;<? On. 3
- MU?lea to Panama.*
Tafl wm warn Me?loa. 4
Women Make Bgg Piioea Tumhla? ??
BaffraglBta at Wapfrfaghr. FBlta. *?
MelleB i??-fendM HIb C-uraa.13
feethern Pa* Iflc Bued for MM.BN.tBB.il
MeMamara Fund Pefaadad.18
Wllaon and Hr\an M*-et To-day 3
HeaMrlal Bertice for Mr. Iteid. ?
?Mr. P.pid'H Kfforte for Cheap I'ostage.. 2
Hew Mate for Buf-Pe. 8
N'eara for Women.? '
hmih and Reli_lo_3 NeWB. 7
Rdltoi-ial . 8
Hocie ty . *
Thentrlrai . *
Mualc . '
Obttuarjr . '
' l.it.iary Nowa Bttd CrlttehlMB..M '*nd 11
ATny and Navy.13
inelal and >;arket?. . . 1-*. 15 ?'ld 18
***i Kataje .xg
!OHN S. HUYLER FATALLY
HURT BY MOVING TRAIN
Legs Cut Off, He Dies While in
Operating- Room of Hospital
at I.Iorristown, N. J.
: ? lagra*-.*- ta Tha Trtbai - '
Morrlatown, N. J.. Dec. 20.?John
8; m Huyler, s*>m *.f th.- late cand]
manufa* "r.-r and named after him.
dled at noon to*day in tho oparatlni
room of Ih*' M*'in*irial Hospital, where
ha araa takea after boing mn over bj
a train al th*- La.. kawann.i station.
n.ith lega arera aevered above tho
kneea. llr. Huyler was trying to get
aboard t!.<- train while :i araa ln mo
The young man, v. he was .. si idenl
Princeton, araa <>n bia way back to
Near fork after havlng been tha house
? at of C. iv Detmonico, *>f No. 80
Mbple avenue. f*>r a dance al th*' Mor j
i - County Golf Club, glven by Mr. and
Mra Jamea < Ifford Marshall, ?.f Nor
niandle Park. Tha affalr was in honor l
of thetr daughter, a debutante, III
Mr. Huyler dM not loee cona loua*
neaa. Ha appre* lated the prompt a<
lion of Pr,th<.i.i.sr Reuben Burchell,
one of the Rrat to reach his alde, when
he Improvtsed a tournlquel an*i atopped
the loaa of biopd, thua prolonging tha
Injured man'a life probabl) foi .* few
Mr. Huylei ^a\-- directlona foi hlfl
own removal to iho hospital In nn ex*
jtoss wagon, and talked calmly with
thoss about hlm whlle ha waited for
the wagon, Ho , n-.- bla name and
aaked thai hia mother ba summon.d
from New Tork. Tha acddent hap*
pened a few minutea befora 8 o'cloek
this mornlng, anil Mrs. Huvler was
able to get t.. MorrlstowB befora hla
"PERFECT WOMAN" FOUND
She's a Cornell Student, Taller
than Vehus de Milo.
[thaca, N. T? Dee. 20. -Cornell ha* t
perfi t woman, accordlng to an an
nouncemenl to-day by Dr ESsther BL
Parker, physlcal examtnei al s.ik.- Col
_??? of women Btudenta,
tyiaa Elaie Bcheel, of Brooklyn, la the
moat perfect physicaJly of all Btudenta
ahe has ever examined, i?r. Parker de
< lar.-s. hor meawurementa, although sho
la taller and weigha more, belng noaror
the proportiona of the Venua da Milo
than th.iso of any woman al Cornell
since Dr. Parker has been connectcd
with tho atafJf. Miss Bcheel la an sth
|< te ar.d pla. a basketball.
-NEVER HAD A CHANCE"
Cross-Eyed, Crippled Boy Rob
ber Sent to Elmira.
iiany MagnuSi MveQteen years bld,
waa aenl to Bttatra **eaterday f..r rob
i.inR the Pooond avenus p*4tevatad *ta
ti..n. at firnnd atreet. aftor knoi kinj?
tho tirkot agent uiiea***j*elous with an
iron i>ar. li. u.iii tho *,onrt thal ho
waa "born crooked" and Bever had -t
"Look Bl tn*-." said ilio boy, 'mv lega
are twiHted, my f<-> t aro crippled and I
mj eyea aro crooked. l never had no
rhance*?not alnce I was born. Thera
waa inighty llttl*- work I OOUld d<>, and
when l Kft a joi> aii the fellowa guyed
me so that I waa glad t" *iu;t. I Just
took tho money to shuw that I COUld
do ao_nething snd had aoma 'push' to
me If I was crooked."
GETS $30,000 FOR LEGS
Crippled Employe Wins Heavy
Verdict Against Railroad.
a |ury In tha Bupreme Courl al *Vhite
Plaina yesterday. awarded a verdict of
$|A,#M to Rtchard P. Phelan againal
the New Tork, New Haven & Hart?
ford Railroad Company, for tho lo < l
two Iors, while th? plalntlfl waa
coupling cara Ib the yarda nt Naw
Haven. Phelan aued f"r I18M84.
This ts tho lergest verdld returned
? a eoi poratlon in a suit f..i loaa
of limbs in ti;o Wsstchestei County
eourta ln yeara
BLACK EYE HALTS COURT
Judge Tompkins Accidentally
Hit by Son on Golf Links.
[By T<?I'-prrnpIi IflBTaa Tribun-- I
Newburg, N. T., Dec. 20.?Aftor ad*
journing tho Irial trrm of tho riuprcme
Court here yeaterday at noon Judge Ar?
thur ri. Tompkins returned to hlB homo.
iii N'yatk. and with his twelve-\ea.r-old
son. Arthur S., jr., wont to th*- golf
linka for ??xcreiso. ln BWinglllg a golf
sti.k young Tompkins landod <m hi.s
tatber'a eye, eausing a dlscolored and
badly pwollon optsC
judge Tompklna remained al home
to-day. adjourned court for s week and
arranged with Judge Morschauser, of
I'oughkoopsip. to pceslda at ? speelal
term to be hold here on Saturday. The
lnjury to tha eye will bo bmporaiy
only, and Judi?o Tompkins will presule
at the trial term here on Deeember 28.
FLEE FROM BURNING CAR
Short Circuit Makes Furnace of
Une of the new public service trolley
cara on Ott Maa-famtsr* Englewood
liian'h uf the Hudson Itiver line waa
dastroyad by fire la the woods at
Morsemere last night when a ?hort
ctrcult oaueed Sajnea to anvelop the
Kxeiied men smawhed artttdOWB an.l
engaged in a ma?l h? ramble to get off
tba oar. No oaa was injured. Tha
I'alisados Park flremen came out. but
the.v COUsd do no good.
-Fred" Taylnr was the moiorm.iii
The new * ar e<>nt $7..?<>*>
ArrFPTABLE CHRISTMAS PRESr.NTS
f"o^"t4*d Winea, H00. fcOB. K75.
Il.T.Dewe} m sioii-Cu., I^5> Fulton bt , .Nl.
DEFIED BY WALDO,
-We Will Back a Van Up to Po?
lice Headquarters and Take
the Records Away," Official
Threat of Committee.
TIRED OF HIS TACTICS
City Fathers Invade Commi3
sioner's Precincts and Get
tigators Drag Out In
GET ? SILENT TREATMENT'"
Men Employed in Department Not
Even Pcrmitted to Answer Ques
tions?Orders Sent Out from
Behind Closed Doors at
Th.- Police Departrnent, througti Ita
Coaamlasioner, Rhinelander Waldo, and
Us Fnst Deputy Cotnmlssioiier, Doug
las i. McKay, threar down tha gauntlet
to tha Inveatlgatini committee of ihe
Board ..f .Md"i in*-ti raaterday, and aftei
a ion? Investlgatlon st Police Head
ojuarterfl and ai tha Weat ?7th atreet
atatlon tha Aldermen, throagh H*?nry
ii. Curran, chairmaB of their cominit*
tee, made tha followtng 8_ono?ncement:
??if neeesaary, ara aill back up ?< ran
and take th.- i. orda ot PoHee Head?
quartera to tha <'ity Hall f<*r examina*
tion before our cwnmlttee, and are arlH
?11 ail night, ii nei >--ar, t" make auch
examlnationn wlthoul Interferlng ?:th
the Commiaaloner'fl dayttme laborv."
On th- poll* a alde .-f tho queetion,
i ? ? Commlaaloner M r__ay, a ho
eonducted tha Aldermen on their tour
ot Headquarti nmi <) thlnga up Ib
these worda, arhlch ara *>n t!.<- record
ol ihe commlttee'a ln*/estlgatlon:
"Wi'n not ssklng any favors, 'nd
iip'rc not giving any. If yon want
anythlng, aubpc"*na it."
Th*- Inapection tour of the aldermanic
committee wa*J determlned upon arhen
Bhaory h Bui Icner, Ita couneel. an
oounced i<? the membera that tho in
restlgatora employed by tho ?-nmmitte<?
wera i.iim hampsrsd an*i delayed al
every possible turn by tho apeclflc or?
ders of Polire I'l.mnilssion'-r Waldo.
Thva/arted by Waldo.
i; kner had In ended to take up a
detalled mquir. Into ths admlnlatra
tioB of th<- Detectlve Bureau aa Wa
next .?t**j?. but fn'ind that ' iBVOel
gator aenl to iFollce Headquarters arlth
.. apei Ial request (rom him thai he be
alloa'cd accesa to the recordi of tha
Detectlve Buresu t is thwarted al
every move by ordera from ih<- Com*
"i noiified the committee thal *.ur
men could n..t gel the Information they
wanted in tho detectlve bureau, 01
anywhere else," said Mr. Buckner, "nnd
thla trip of Inapection by ths commft*
too waa the result.''
if the committee thought thal thetr
personal rlall of Inapection wa** ffolng
to change condltion ,<t l*olice Head*
quarters, they wera aadly dieappolnted,
for from tha tlme they entered ths
rleadquartera buildlng earlj yesterday
afternoon until they lefl tho VTesI itui
Btreet atatlon, al m* o'cloek laat night,
th.y arera checked al every po Ibla
potnl Ib exactly tha same nnanner ihat
th.ir Invsstlgatora had raported the)
h:t.1 iio*ii checked.
Tho first room tho committee ln?
ppected-* the complalntS and flline; bu
i-( mi -broughi them their flrst sotback,
when Alderman i&tertrooh cssualry
asKo.i Deputy Commlaslonar IfcKay
wlutt kind of tksCUmenta were filed
?'I would not be al llbi rt> t.. answer
?my questlona withoul authorlty," was
IfcKay'a punctttloui answer.
**Do you knoa srhat re***orda ara flled
her* '" Aldennau l-.lks wanted ti. RJIOW,
?y(,,i can Buhposna the i*e< ords," ra
pUed th- Deputy commlaslonar
Cbalrman curran io..k b band than.
possihly Ihinking that th- mOltary etl
qaettS Of H.-a.lquarteis d.mando.l that
,,,,. i,i:,,i of 'be < ommlttaa bImuM be
?Mr. Commissioner. can you tell us
what kind of doetiments ara Dled
nerer he asked.
Mu?t U?a a Corkscrew.
?Any Information you want CBB ba
?Well do >ou mean that you ded.no
to give' us any inforiniition Ht thla,
??I am simply answerlng your quea
?Do you refuse to answer our ques
??I wlll be very glnd to give you any
information I may hav.,v under BU>
?But you won't voluntanly give any
informaUon OB the l'..li< ?*? Depart?
ment?" asked Aldorman Folks. to drive
the point home clearly.
"I will give any inf.irmation I have
to give under anasJflBIIS," frM M. Kay _
Mr. Buckner tried to smooth matter**
out by telling the Deputy (Jommis
sioner that It would BUTaly BB l-ss of
., trouMs ?o the dapartmsnl t.. *-n
lighten the eommltt.e as lo lha sj.-t.-m
,,f reeords whil*' the eommittee v as
right theif on the ground than to have
loiiliiiu?-U 4.0 ill Ui pppgr, Hur.l .-iuniii.
THE BRITISH ARMORED CRUISER NATAL.
Which bringl Ambassador Reid's body to New York.
1 r ?riT*7-vn -
ftj_.__ T*r>M*_? ?-?'?
FELLED BI SiEjT
Plucky Policeman Battles on
the "Bridge of Sighs"
FOILS ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
Patrolman Miller Seizcs Both
by Legs as He Drops Half
Stunned from Impact of
i arlth tha Iron-obe 1 heel ol a
pti(.?- v. ith arhleh ?' huak) "panhandler"
had trled t" brala blm, Patrobnai P7al*
ter l, kUller grabbed tbe lega -.f both
? ' . i i a s*- omi pi laooer he
araa aocortlng from the Tembe pollea
roint > "sterlav. aad ull three rolled
u . ? unped down tha Btata_ af the
"Bridga "f Blgha.'* fo.irt attendanta
bear_ tbi eraah, and, ruahlni >-i
found Miiiii * anna io. bed aboul (he
tvso prlaonera, effectually preventlng
l >.. . ? i. mpt to ea* ai ?
The prtaoilers, one <?( arhon ari ? ?
iih> Bva yeara "i". apparentl* had a
? :? perate plan t<> hnic rn the Crlmlnal
I'niirta Building after dhmbllng tbe po
liceman. Wbea tlu- -orrtdora trero de*
aerted tbe) expected to Bteel out, it is
believed. The older pn-<>n^i denied,
howe** er, he Intend aJ t" ea* ape.
David Blum, thinyi-iKht yanre old,
and "M.ix' Cobea, i>"!h of Mo. 40 Jack*
aon atreet, arere tbe prlaonera, Hi'.ni ta
o longahor**?tan. Thej bad been ..r
rested al Monroe and Jefferson
BTheri they had attacked a nan arho
refueed tii.tn alma. Ifaglatrate Barlou
aentenced them to Lhlrty daya la the
irorkbouae. Patrohnaa Miller led them
away loward tbe atairway leadtog up
to tbe MBrldge of Sfghs," gupportlng
Cohin, arbo aeemed feeble.
Tba "id man'a feei dragged aa tbe aa
cent of tbe atalra began, mi<i Miller or
derad Blura <.n ahead. Then Cobea
atopped aad hung on tne patrolman'i
ami, a dead arelght
"Bracc up, now; .at .s tbe matter
Wlth yOU?" '!? tnandfd Miller. BO ho
turned t<> .see why his charga h-'id back.
Qui< k bb b Baak Blum drew <.(T one ??f
tbe bea?i ^"????> which arere bouad to
hta feei arlth twlne. 9 Itfa tratnendoua
forca be broughl tt down upon tba beaJ
nf miii. r. and tbe pollromaa dropped.
a. be fall, however! be aalaed tbe lega
of both prtoonara. Blum. who had
loanad forward to dettver another blow,
w.is takea off bla guard and top.
pled forward, Tba poHcemaa'a arms
cllncbed t i-_-ii11\- about both eaptleaa
and aii three rolled beHer-akelter down
Tin- craab and autieaalvo bompo on
tim Btairs apprieod tbe attena?_rta la
the potlOO court that BOBM??Bg was
arrong. Captain W. J. MeCarthy an*i
Lteuteaaal W. J. Butler, of tbe <:ourt
BQUad, who arere ta tbe "pen" near the
door leading to tbO Btairs, were at tho
ioot <>f tbe Btajrcaaa in a jiffy. There
la) Mi?er an*i ihh two pr_oaera. Mll*
Iii'h anna wore lockod ahout thelr lagl
ind, half daaad from thelr fall, the
prlaonera arere making futiie efforts ta
break hlo hold. The patrotaaan'o faoe
md abouldera wara draocbad with biood
from the cut on his head.
I'ntii h?; Bpoka tbo court attendanta
feared Miller was dead.
An ambulance was called from the
Hudson Street Hoapltal and I?r. Shklds
took seven BtttchOB ln Mlller'.s scalp
around. The heel of the aboo had cut
through his heav. .vlnter . ap ami made
i ragged gash Beveral tacbOO long.
PalO and Bhaky, Miller arraigncd his
prtaonera again before Magtatrata Bar.
low. The old man ilenled ho had held
back, and Magistrate Harlow sent him
to tho island to at_rt hls workhouse
?entence. He wlthheld Hlum's sentenOB
m that an additlonal charge of aasauit
Ing an officer ln the gJgC?BffgB of hls
tuty minht be preferred agalnst him
P-nnaylvania Railroad, December ?;??.
Three-day trip to the Natlonal Capit?I.
un''. ?I_ ...i in.tt. N>w V-.rk. .'inrnn; ne,
.-sarv eapenaea. LHtails of TKk.t Ageiii-.
LAST PHOTOGR -iPH OF MR. REID.
Taken on ( "r .-1 at the opening of tbe now boildrnga oi the L'niversity
ol Wales, Aberyatwyth, arhere he delhrered the inaugaral addre.a. Mr.
Reid is talking with Sir John Williamv
. C. O'O.
Wifc of Rich Banker and Club
Member Severely Injured
While Crossing Street.
DRIVER TRIES TO AID HER
Assisted to Nearby House, She
Is Taken to Her Home. Where
All Inlormation as to Her
Condition Is Refused.
Knot hed down by a home attacbed
I to n dellvery aragoa J e'terday, Mrs.
Colomboa PDonnell Isatta, wtfo of tbe
millionaire hanker, was so hadly in?
jured by belng tmmplc.l hy the hors.'
ii ;.t tt aal round neceeaary to take ber
in an automoblle to her home. nt No. 8
Weel 68_ Btreet At ber home laal
niuht nii Informatlon an to the nature
and extent of her Injuries wns refused,
hut it is underatood tba! ahe wiii ba
eonflned to her bad for aaTaral Aaya ?'--?
a result of ber eaperlence,
Mrs. toeHn araa crossing from tho
?onth to the norlh side of B8th Btreet,
oppealto X" l<? w.st, wbea the rje*
Itrery aragon, drawn by a Bery borae,
turn.-.i in toward the .-urb. _awrence
Qeo_ban, drhrer of the dellrery aragon,
made an eff..rt to turn out into the . - r.
tre of the street, hut the distajtce WBB
too short, and the tiorse's ahould* r
BtrttCh Mrs. Iselin in the back, throwmg
ber heaviiy to the atreet
while sh.- araa stin Ijrlng proetrate
nn the asphalt pavoment the borBB
reared nnd then came down on Ifra,
leelln'a hody. Oae of his boofa atri?k
her on the head and she received BMB)
bralOBB ahout the bodv. t'eoghan, ns
soon as he saw that Mrs. Iselin had
been knocked down, leaped from his
s-at and ran to the horse's head, trying
to prevent the nnimal from striking
ihe almost uneonscious woman.
At tho same tlmo L?r. Henry 9.
Ftearns, of N'o. || West 68th street,
who bad been vlsltlng his mother, Mrs.
John H. Htearns, at No. 10, was stand
lng ln the vestlhtile of the hoiis.-. He
saw Mrs. Iselin fall to the ground and
dashed down the steps and ran toward
her. Annie Mitcholl, a maid In th
Stenrns home, also ran from the base
ment of the house, and together they
llfted Mrs. Iselin from beneath the
borae. feet and rarried her into the
home of Mrs. Ktearns.
Dr. Steams at onoe minlstercd to
Mrs. Iselin and was destrous that she
remaln in hls mother's house until she
had recovered somewhat from the flrst
shock of her injuries. Mrs. Iselin, how?
ever, althoiigh stlll falnt from her ex
i.erien.e, inslsted upon being taken to
her home. At her request. Dr. St.arns
telephoned to friends of Mrs. Iselin and
ln n few minutes a elosed automotiile
arrived at the Steams home. Mis
Iselin was assisted Into the maehln
and dtiven to her home.
When an attempt to laarfl Mrs.
laelln'a condition araa made at the
Iselin home laal night. It was BBld that
no atatemeal coacerntag her cuiidiuui;i
WWUld bt _iv.ii oUt.
CEMETERY BARS PET CAT
Authorities Refuse Request of
Aflontie Clty, N. J., DSft %%- Mo catB j
may bi burlsd ta Plaassntvllle Ci ano- I
tery. the ofli.lal buiylng grnond Of this |
?ection. accordlng to a declslOB to-day
*.f tho ess-Nrtery authorltlea.
Mrs. I'atherine Carter, fl rich rosl
dent of llemphls, Tenn., arho la a rh>
Itor bare, wanted te bury her pet eat
Tip?or. and is said to hava engaged a
minister for a Bsrvioa al the pi*i
1 al had been Bmbabnatd aad placed
ln a sp^lall'. made < <>frln.
Tiire was twelva yeara oi?i Ho _ned
from heart dlSSSBH The eat had a
brokeo back and was hllnd, and Mrs.
Carter had taken htm all over the roun
!-. t,,i bbl health. II- WOM fl $1,000
iond atudded coliar.
DAVID BELASCO ILL
Confinement Follows Cold Con
tracted at Rostand Play.
Philadelphla, Dec. ?*.?Davld Belasco,
tlv.itri'-al producer, is very ill at the
sr. james Hotel here. Mr. Belasco con
tr.iet*-.i n <-"i'i at tho fust performance
0t Ths Uttle DevtV by afma, Boe
tand. ar tho Broad Btreet Theatre tast
Thursday and has BtnOS been eonllned
to tho hod
wtiiiam Eiii.'tt, Mr. Etelssco'a son-ln
law, is with tiie niannger, as are his
?ecretary, *VUUara Hard, and a nurae.
lt wa- sai*l in the hofl to-night that
Mr. Belasco had a good day and hoped
to retUTB tr, NeW York on Sunday.
LEADS WOMEN SPENDERS
"Lucky" Baldwin's Daughter
Pays Out Million.
| Rj TV'.osrnph tr, Ti.* Trlr. irt.v i
Loa Angei.s. Dac 90 After bavtag
spont approxlmafly !>l.i><">.<X?0 wlthln
?ix months. MW. Clara Baldwla
Stoeker, who has r.vehed *1,r><HO<JO
from the estate of her father. "Lucky"
Hal.lwin. and wlll booh |Sl $10,000,000
more. arrlved from Chicago to-day In
her *?4').<K">n prlvate car. She brought
|200,000 worth of diamonds and !?-<!.
**?<* worth of gold and sllver ware and
I wardrohe eosting $K?,<Hm>. Another
Item in her expondlturos Ih a |200,000
yueht. Her new automobiles cost $20,000.
"1 am golng to have the very l.est sort
of ,i K"od time,"'said Mrs. Stoeker. "for
Whal lB money for lf it ls not to give
one neeess to real enjoyment of lifo?
I'ni going to have all the good time
that money wlll buy me."
UNHURT BYJ0_100T FALL
He'll Be Back on Job Monday,
James I'orsey, a steeplejack, fell
forty foet from the mnokestaek of the
Eastern States Kofrlg.-ration COBB
pany's plant building ta Jersey Clty
yeaterday aftenn.on an.l btOmm partly
through the roof. When other work
men rsarhsd him he got up and walked
away Hs was sent to St. Fran< Is's
Hoapttal, bUt said he WOOld l>e l.ark
on the J'.h on Monday. No bones were
\<% chriatmaa table *-. mpi.i- wltttowi a
twitle of Angoitur- Blttflra. iJtllc'oua up*
' l*M! II*
AT WESTMbN! I
Service for Dead Ambassador
Held in Historic Abbey. the
Archbishop of Cantorbury
Officiating in Chtef.
PRINCE REPRESENTS KINQ
Arthur of Connaught Attenda
for British Monarcli. Eaii
Howe for Queen -.':?:
PRESIDENT TAFT'S Y/LEATU
While Body BepOBBI Bt DorchKttf
House Mer_orable ??MB-bUgo. Bf
Men from All Nations PbJI
Last Tribute of Fricndr.liip
to Departed Statesuian.
l Bj CaM* te Thi
[??gon, Dec, 21.-?Benea h tbe r?ag
Dttlcent elotatera of 9 ? l t -
bey Greal Brltain yeBterdo . ld
tribute to tbe memory ol Ambaaaador
Reld, and in a memoi.
of n tlvee of ev< |
th.- arorld Joln* d to do boma l
No moi a .-it'.i'.!a| < ? ?''. w of tha r* -
(ard Aith whi. h the Am
untveraally held could have be< n tt
comlng. If en and ?romeo oromlnenl ln
ii,. arorlda of acieni . art, '
law, Bodety. church and atate gatber* ?
together aith comiaon aaaent. _*ully
.in hour before noon peoi Ie ? t all i
tlonalltlea began ta tako thelr allotted
placee, all* L_i l U air i a
tbe tomba of a?a_a, aa tba bell ia tne
n.wer Bloarly tolled. Blda by i I
men learned In ai ta aad Be*
membera of the re al family. a*
and comni.-n'T'. Bad by BOOB tbrei
thoasand pecaona afere aaated la tba
ti a aaual i ! and ? n '"'?, dhnn*
of tba '.'.i Abbey wns relleved hare and
there bj a brilllanl Btare from the
electrio candetabra, hut tbe hasy taari -
Ing llght arbi h broke Ibrougb
stained g_?a of tha HUga '.viiidows fell
npon :-? .i - - !'? ? ???? d arll ? ap
eiied Bguree, arho arlth head i boa
ttaaoi ta thi aon* rou atralna of Bt
oven's B**_neral M?rcb, played b| Blr
Prederlck Brtdge, and PurceH'a antb* i
"Thou Knoweat, Lord, t) ? Be reta of
Oor Hearte," eompooed tor the funeral
of Queen Hary In 18M, tbi
followed b -i i i I B-aillni majod r, re?
lleved here and there by the blaata of
trumpetera nnd the roiiing of di
Floral Emblema of Friendsl-nr).
And the while the body of the de?
parted Btateaman repoaed al Dorcbi
ter Houae, Burronnded hy the magnlfl
cent H'.rai emblema of frieadeblp aent
hy nohie and cooamoner.
("it-ide the Al ? an ever-lacreaolBB
. rowd watChed IhO eonstant BOW BT
rrvala. Hundreda arho were aoi tlcket*
holdera aoughl admloBtoa, but were
turned ,'iw.r . 0?M I'I1"' Bt* d Bl Ibehf I
nre te bo numb* re l among the roa*
inside ihe \ '? -? a ere tl ? lb b< par
tlclpanta In a aervlce that could aol
have been moro Impoatng ha.i it been
nn Bctual funeral ceremony. Ao tba
heiis of Pig Ben, the grea! ctack on the
Houae of Commoo-, nearby, pealed mn
hour of noon, the full Abbey cb*
atrengtbened by cbortotara from tl
Chapel Royal, aang tba opealng bbb
tencoa of tbe bortal service ln preeaa
sion tn I>r Croft'a music It wns then
that the full BOtenullty Of the oecasion
wns realtaed and tatenrtfied. Wbea the
Abbey bell tolled Us mottrnful knell anl
bb ihe eboir pansed betweoB Beatenceo
iromea were vbBbly moved. Th.
rlergy, headed by the baa rer of the
Golden Ctoaa. Bloarly mored toarard the
altar r.-itt. wher. 00 WOTO huriK four
beaut?-I wnatiis. i>no of orchida and
Itllea-of-the-vall.] "Wltb deepeal s\m
pathy fmm the President." B?Other of
rtoleta nnd Ulloa from the Boi retary of
f=tnte, and those fr .1 the King nno
Queen and Qoeea Aleaandro, These
nlone of all the hwndreds of floral trih
ntes sent from all parts of the world
were tak.n to the Ahbey, hut told elo
quently ln their isolation of the arYec
tion of the two great nations wlth
whleh the Ambassador had been aa
St. Paul's Words Quoted.
When the priests. anionK whom were*
the Arcbbtahop of Cbnterbury and tha
Very BOV. EL I"- Ttyle, dean of West
minster. had taken thelr places tho
hotr sang the Nlnetetntli Psalm, to
Pareen'a aciltlng Deaa ityle then read
the ??ipter from tho First Kpistle ot
<?!. Paul to the Corinthians in whi' li
peenr the arorda, "O death, where is thy
sting? 0 gTBVe, where is thy victory'."*
with tbe BiouraerB standing Weo
ley's aatbOBB, "Ho WBI Swallow t'|?
Death ln Victory, and the Lord God
Will Wite Tenre from Off All loBCOBa"
was BUng. l'.)il"wing the Lord's Prayer*
and ver.-ieles ??BO the praycrs for ihe
,1, ad and ?ITOO pr.tyers from the
t'hureh of England hurial servjee. The
hymri "Let Haints OB Karth in Coacatt
BBBg wlth Those WbOBO WorK Is Done.
for All the Berranta of "ur Km;- li|
iicttvcii uud Bartb Aro One," w__ Uiea