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TO HEAR WILSON
In Speech Here Tomor?
row President Will Open
FOR WESTERN TRIP
i onatrj To Be Told uith (ircat
Franknos the Need of
was Pi ?? wn.
- Ni w Yoik.
Kaihoad 1? II All
.-.:?' i ?rd of
rrade. lio will leave N< I
? ? ?
?ata for the mid
'.,. vYeetei N ? pee In
. . u,r? com?
? : ? it '-.fast In
SI Lous, all i i Preeidenfi ?d
lelivared eefeie public
The ' net dit ? - ? ? lay the pre
pai aa. a ill
make, ai 1 it wai agreed that he should
?rest if? ta Question
M and tel.
? - , the United State? needs a
in Pittaburgh tl ? Preeidei I
apeak m lion of the t'hatn
ber of < iland alee
ihe Chambei ol Commerce will have
ih?r|?e of the meeting! in Milwaukee
the ?. Tnakinf- the arrange?
? ' itl ??' flub will have
tha meeting in Chicagoi In
? i the (ire. ' Volne*
? the commercial cluhi will
lia the Bual?
League a Preal?
a her. the
my ii j
MANN MAKES PLEA
FOR PREPAREDNESS |
i "iitinuf.l >ni |..i|? 1
? outcome of
this . ? rhether a paper
enti red in?
. ntl. I th.nk the pr? enl
: , for?
... ? ?
- war I am
? ? ? . ? ? B|
II ? i
work ,f that lndebtcd
Bpead Now, Not Later.
"What niav come eut "f BOeh irn
'ion-. a .
revolution in the hia
?' ? : Id ha\ e uaually 1.? ! to
?("Creit'itiii iinci ? ..-.| often to
aa \? ? .un bet?
ter afford to-day to *pe:..l hundn
millioi ' r a few I ion of
m ampio preparation foi
trouhli-, and av< d M If poaaible, than
we ran to wail 01 'rouble and then
?ona before ?f ar?
ronld be. If we
at- involved In i ble, we will bo
turei for pn If ?*,. ah< :
? ?'.',? \t. ?
*>iake r short speech no BTreaaementa
aave Bean mad? fei an? othei platform
?peechee, bu' the Preeident uadouht
e.iiy will make several.
Preeldeal H ilooa I? axpeeted le se il
at i aa to-morrow ?t Acoliaa H
Weal Fort) third street, ob the eah
je?: of pea?. before *.M0 on ?<?! ei ?
denomine! ion ? ol See Vorh end
i > Th? meeting ?? III be held Ib
hi? hen? r t?< preienl to nim an addreas
in appreeietia.n dt his ???r..it? In keep
th? i m. .1 State? out of war
i .!,!?? b| lii ley he? bt ? n .? ked (?<
?. . mg. He ?Aill he .? ?. .
I ?j h Coi . ? 1er, n
rabbi, r? I'ni ?trsallst pastor and a min-:
i ?, ? ,?? the Church Ol Kiii?.'.?:..!.
Mr \v |i ? -| rech at thia mi I |
v m .???. hil t. 11 r ??:' eighl
STONE SEES U. S.
SAFE AFTER WAR
Senator Sheppard Calls Such,
?teSnmptioa Polly Philippine
Washington, Jan. 2o. Amei ce ?111
he safa r from attack from abroad at
the close of the x\ ar ;:i Europe than
at any time in the Ihm fifty years, m
? ?--. ?i ,.f s?-! atir Stone, of Mio
rmei Foreig Kola
He expreased thla
the Si nato to-day whili
.: the Philippina aelf-governmenl
bill, debate on which turned into a gen
tral au'.T.g of viewi en foreign rela
BI d military preparedness.
senator Sheppard aaserted that fail
ara 'o prepara fur any ?eventualities
would be to court humiliation au 1 .';??
feat. "The Monroe Doctrina aroueeal
aslng antagonism an?! opposition
in Europe," he mjM. "Some ateta land
? a"i brought u? t" tie verge <?i
la la a turn
erally n 11 .- it J La??'
situation on our ?outturn b.ir.lor. t?ur
econo- - e in
a ? t : ? stmenl on :
- ?rid. In \ law '?!
:- [ lly in aay wa are
Senator Stone ofTered n ?
authorize the 1 I into
greei r a
inch - might lae '.?> come
? agreement, a? i
? ? ? \k ithin four
.'or McCumber propose.1 an
. ? , thorize t
ilng hii r into an agi
.... lition that
not surrender ? reigntj until
ed that tu I ha n
upend row will be ??> rt ' fol I
? wa would ? ar the
"In , -
I in ? ?
1 sympathise witl tl
? . p< ??
?h>' way . ?'
of our own peon''? ther I
for the ?-'?pport of idle arm i -
But when tr" '
? r ? ould come? - here e old
gainai ndlng nil
- "ant?, if necessary, to defei
i now, It se< '
I rge? \rmv of ^OO.nOfl.
though I hhve reach? I I ?
elusion myself that it xvere well, ?
r army to 21
?Ilion mei ,
? "-or pro\ ide our '
? cations ao that our coasti ma) Ik- fair
ly, amply protected, and that
? a navy whicl
'ear in the end of war with Kig
thai I have of ?????! \- th Germany.
"Eventi are coming ra]
We may ait 1
?ontentment, and yet it is our duty.
;, ill.'.-- ? to provide I
aa. 1 think, then,
that ??? ? .- to provldi theae greet
.- ' t'Ucht to be
mattet, . i.', rely apart
' ? ? try i tin?
? ?t government, without regard t.. \,-.:
and I- r mea and ' lerraany and Ita
. ? : theii 1 '
a country like ouri
? > ? i ? p aaidi mere partisan ein
erst - and try all 1 -
.... ... .? .,
"I think, further, that w ?? ougl
prokiii? in home way f"r tie bi
up !.? -.gthenlng of our home
that if we shall I
involved in war we may be able to live
.. ourselves. And I think a? fai
aa post ? that iueel uld be
cons : ? from former
partisan opinion. In thi '? 'hat m
?'im., wa) we may get tOgethei ?i? 'he
I vi ?hould
I econ ? i strugi i? uh a
? ? " '??????. ?" IfflMil
that ?? ?quail?" ?-ood for hand pJayinf.
Th? piano action ia light and rveponaive, th? tone ie
deep and rich, and it ?taya well in tuna- ju?t the qualltiaa
that are needed in a piano that will hav? doubl? uae.
iVea? riayur ftonot from 1471 up
I unramant larmi if you wiek.
Our free mualc-it?H plan la th? moat liberal indui-e-?
i-??r.t to purchaeo ?.
Mwd pJayora at reduced prlo?
PEASE PIANO CO.,
12S WEST 42l> ST., Na>ar Bfeadwey, N?w York.
SA Fletbo.k At?., B'klyn. 37 HaUey Si., Ne-wark, N. i
U.S. PLANS GUNS
OF GERMAN TYPI
Howitzers That Smasliei
French Forts Studied
GAIN MUCH DAT/
War College Officer Tells Sen
ators of Lessons Learned
! from TTia TrtMina I?nr?ati 1
Waahington, .tan. M. The preat im
portaaee of artillery in modem war
fnro an.! Its ln?k In the United State
Army were emphasized before commit
.'f both hoaaea of Confront te
General ( roller, chief of th
Bureau of Ordnance, appeared befei
the House Military Affaira Committe?
and Colonel Trent, of the Army Wn
College, before tlie Fenato committee
The latter t.>M of valuable lnfornin
tion aent from abroad by army attach??i
?m! of plans for turning this tu tin
"The military observer? which wi
h-ive with the armlea In the. Enropeai
var are being treated with the great
nsidcration and being Riven evcrj
opportunity to pet exceptional Infor
?i," ??aid Colonel Treat. "We arc
receiving" from them information el
? Btmoal value, although they will
rot report until their return on mat
tera which might injure tha armies to
which they are attached."
Colonel Treat diaclOBOd that the War
l'cpartmrnt has definite information
as to the famoni 42 centimetre howlt?
/v.. which the Germana u"ci to crush
- tray throngh French frontier
f? rta. The puns can be llred without
ting them on contrete emplace
l, ha sni.l, and made ready for
uae i;i leee than an hour and a half
after they reach a given point B
I General Ci I plans
??-)..? no* ** pi epared
? . w .?? D< ; artment I*.
a ill be uaed i fence
?r plan.? for
their oa< ma also are
Eipect No Trench War.
Tiiere wns no reaaoB to expecl ? al
, warfare i aronld have
? met In thia country, I
therefore the pi o
portioi hi| ? ? i- shells and
? ?>? be
alterad ai rad ca K\
arms ..- l ?? I reneh ai:.l Britiah had
'1 he Amei ? :h field ar'
rei ? 76a In ev? I but rapid?
's wore in
.'? ? '?
? '? remarked experi
, io (fra being mad? with the
trail ".) iiipmei i f*hl make
the American gui r to an) BOW
cept a few u ed by tru?
are ulao i.*?k:r,?ar mm tioni ?no
cun reaervi ? to provida f"r an army
of 1 nun.noil men l"?'i I? montha," ?
Colonel l re it. in conduelen. "I h
the members ?t th? committee me
Improaaod a? 1 am wlUi 'l>o need
tield artillery, I know that arg ?
ha\<? It tu bava Bfl ii ' ?it y tliBt ii *
balanced, sfliclent and ?ble U take t
n f Iteelf.
I ?II un Arma l'tanla.
General Crosler'a aaamlBatlen
member? el tin? Houae eommlttee
dicated that eifoiis would be made
wnte late the m my bill detalla pli
fur atllisiag private munition factor
in timi? of war. Several ?uggestii
were advanced, chiefly B proposal tl
the aeeeeeery patterns and machine
tachments be mad? an.I slored s?i H
e\.?rv commercial rifle er smmunltl
factoi v ? auld !"? eouverted quickly
tin B ?Ut Bl my calibre?.
General Croaier eetiaaeted that tl
would ro-t *27.r?,000. and would DTodl
tb<? implement? ni.e? iny for Increi
mg the government's capacita to ma
l.fiiiu new model Springflele rlflea
day to a total daily production for t
country of lr.,Onil or more.
Without the preparatioa of such i
plemeats t*i advance? lbs g??neril a?
conversion of the plants might take
tear. It was pointed out thai Wh
many American made rifles had k??
?broad during the present war, BO
of th.- erden foi tl ? ?enrice modela
use in various anule? had y?t be
fillod. because of the time requited
r.o \ i 11 plants.
!'?,. only ether witness heard w
Adjutant General McCain, wae repeat
before the Semite committee hli bell
that the United Btatea could not r
? for th.? regule? army more tin
T.n.Oui? men a .-.ear under uny i ircui
Differ Widely on Cost
of Armor Plate Plant
Washington, Jan. W. Widely dilTe
eut estima!?'? of the cost of buildir
an artn'ir plate plant and making arm'
were presented to the Senate Natn
Committee to day by naval ??flicers an
repreaentativea of private ?nanufaetui
. ? - , .? .?..<? mittee ii eonalderin
Chairman Tillmana lull ior the ? I
* of a governmei I faetorj
Real Admiral Strauss, chief of th
navy ordnance bureau, est II I I '?BI
II would cost 111,000.000 te build a
armo.- plant produi toaa
rear. A. C. l?inkey, preaidoal of th
Midvale S'eel and Ordi inca Company
I thai eosl that mud
i i . .
the Bethlehem f I
tl la are ? t.... loa. b .?! did
turning oui .....
\ ra 11 rs
head of thi
? the red I I
NOORDAM HAKES ST JOHNS
liner lour Daya tale \fter Exhaaat?
ine Fuel ?m Stormy Trip.
St. John1 ' i
Line, with its ' .
er, arrived I
er?. Many Ford peace deli
'?' eather off the I
than loo m ? .
eral days. She
' ai ? ? I : i
FOR WAR ONU. S
High Officials, German'
letter ?Says, Have Pub?
lished Call to Arms.
FIRST SEIZE HAWAII
AND THE PHILIPPINE
Would Blow Up Panama Cana
Then Invade California Could
Raise Army of 12.000,000.
Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. ?B. A boo
entitled "The \\*r Between Japan an
America," which contains many ?tari
llngly franh as-crtions regarding w-ha
Japaneee offleiale think of America an
her army and which bus a wide circu
lation in Japan, is told of in a lette
. i . rday by l?r. Heiman
Doaeing, ef llffl Baal .Main Street, fror
hit brother, Dr. Carl Dneaing, formerl
profe ? i of mathematiea at th? Roya
Naval College at Kiel, Germany, ?in
now ?i univerelty profeaaor In Magda
According to Dr. Puesing, translate.
II ? tioni fi Om the book have bei I
ihed m tha "l.okal Anseiger." Thi
"'1 i ago I I ? r- dieted that t h ?
**i .? iti iggle '??? ould be betwi ai
Japan ai ! tha United Statea. 1 math
? hal aoma of tha bullet
? fi ai ? ada t.. daj in Bridgepoi t foi
th.? Allie? ii r be uaed by tin
1 fornia againat Amerl
lag? are tl kmerl
cans tor the profita ai - ng from wai
-.eis that they .?.. not real
ilalils'i r ti.. ? ?' m the Pal
"The tapaneee Leagi ?? ',r Nal
haa publiahed a littl.
titli Tha Wai
!'..:?? ' i| nn.l Ami '
. ?" t hi I booh have
**h? il Japan On tha front paga
. .n front of which th?1
re Inking to
"How t| '
I hearta of liaty
tormy like the
aa for this pn ?
? ? '
1 on, 'v.. ... gal
?" i mporl
?he great day. !
ta, each ?
.- of \ ? ?
? ould i !?.?? take)
Ii ai I Hawaii long i"1
? ? f t h? I '
i . .. . lalanda II
\\i could alao
American Surety Company
of New York
iiiiiiiim \ n ovni i'.
inn Meataaaa ???.
Talapheai Main u>u
4?1 Rruni h Oflll M
liver 1 Minn .\?crm ira In
the l altad Matea
I'rl.itle \\ Ire ??a?ril<?.
to I'llt-liur ill. ? letrlitn.l
?ml I I... .:?!.> tMBe-ta
Paid in Claimi
Organiz?ed April 14, IH84
General Offices 100 Broadway
Financial Statement December 31, 1915
Home Office Building and Land.
N. Y. City Water Front, unen?
cumbered . 215,000.00 $3,-! 15,000.00
? Val m ' ;?! i ____________
Stocks and Bonds, Market Value. 3,925,215.00
Cash in Banks and Offices. 1,219,248.21
Premiums in Course of Collection. $7.'V.7.910.25
Less amount 3 months or more old . *305f718.<84 434,191.?11
Mortgage and Collateral Loans, Judgment., and Decrees
Accrued Ir.t??rest and Rents.
Capital Stock.;. $5,000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits .*. l,2.'>o,629.56
Reserve for Unearned Premiums. 2 053,118.17
Reserve for Contingent Claims. 746,229.19
Reserve for Expenses and Taxes. 170,000.00
Reinsurances and Accounts Payable, not due. 02,028.74
Premiums Paid in Advance. 16^343.61
la .i a ul v.i ... .3 .-'. ? ? i
- ? - . i
? ither Ai i' - .
Total t-tlmated Va to ol I . -.1.$-t i a - ? : ;
[ S. AI.IWNDER
CHARLES H Al i 1 N
EDWIN I. BLABON
CHARLES A. b?'JDY
R. R. hl'.M\\N'
NEU COMB lARLTON
i. F. CARR\
CLARENCE E. CHAPMAN
nil.? ii. ( UTLER
PU HARD DELAI HID
JAMES B. DUKE
HENRY l>. LYMAH Oairaua
\\. S. DYKMAN
I HORACE HARDING
HLNRY V. HAYDEN
A. J HEMPIIIl.L
F. L. HIM.
R. C. KERENS
F. M. KIHH,
I. W. LAFRENT2
EDUARD f.. L00MI3
L F. L0RE1
v.. S. McCORNlCK
A. w MELLON
W. H. MOORE
I R. \!"RR'>N
V \ NA5H
SEWARD PRI -IK
I) (a. RJ id
S V?. ROSENDALE
I0HN 0 in \\
I G. SCHMIDUVPP
SAMUEL S. SHARP
F. W. LAFRENTZ. Prcid-nt
R. R. BROWN, Fini Vice Pre.?del
R. Y C. SMITH
VALENTINE P. SNYDER
EDWARD R. 5TETTINIU3
Gl I i IRIPP
rHEODORE S. VAIL
I A WATRES
vim. i. whiting
VLBERl H. WIGGIN
?.i"i? i. r. w_s ??
Fidelity and Surety Bonds
NEW TFaTANUS FOUNT)
< i.me? Without (lause and Heap
Serum, Sb)n Paxtcur Physician.
Paris, Jan. L..V Professor I av<-n
of ih.? Putear lastitute, deeeribed
a meeting of 'he Academy of Seien?
io dey a 11 ' ? '.v form <>f tetanue, whi
i, been Investigated by l?r Basy
I he iio'.v tetenua appeera f r ..in thli
?o i'fty dayi ??'" t the wooad haa be
received! whether tha patieal ha? h
i preventive Injection '?f serum or gi
i h?, attacha can occur without a
parea! cans?., although they mamf?
themaelvea mor., freq lent . after ope
,t .,n or ?.ti the fresh outbreak ol i
flan mat Ion In wounds
i he disease la bbtIobb. death oeeu
ring in from one third to one half ?
the aaeea, To guard ageinat this for
of t?tenos Dr, Basy recommeeds thi
u, ?eel Ion ? of Bei um be gi. an ? rei
?vi ? k from tha tima the found Is III
Hudson Valley Concern Lose
Appeal from Verdict in
Great Meadow Case.
Albany, Jan. U The judgment, con
ricting the H i?d ion Valley I on ti net le
Company, el Troy, of ??.r ? .'..i-r??'? gram
any In connection with ?he eon
truction of (?reat Meadow Priaes wa
afflrmed by tbo Court ol Appeals ta
, ha company, of which t'harlen p
Boland, Of Troy, is president, was |a
dieted m IVachiagtoB County, |i li
- reeuiting from an in
? ' get Ion ? f tl.? of th<
- n ordei ?"I bj ' loven or h' liter
The charge was ti.at b) mean ef fais?
i ? presentations I he e< mpai y ob
from the itata M.02S more ?nan it wai
? ? ed to under tha contract II ?? a -
Utorne) (?eneral Weodhury an
at he would begin the proae
? ution of te ? ? ral Indictment i ai
rowing out of tha
t.'>n which had been held up pei
final determination of the caae
Fight with Thieves Costs Life.
Patrolman George F. .lack??':, thirty
Id ook! i'?. it led
man Hospital following an operation
tor an ans? eaa of tl er. Jackson
iked at 3-3 Norwood Avenue, and about
four years age
?eid he never ful d, and
.? brought on the disee ? I caused
! - di atl
SLIP TO BRETHREN
Freed from Prison, Cassld)
Avoids Celebration by Tak?
ing Hack Trail to Home.
Many folk from Queens h'-l?) a lonj
and fruitless vigil at. the f,ran?l ' en
tral Terminal, last, night, awaiting th"
return of "Curley .loe" '.assidy, tht
former Demearatic boss from Kar Kock
away, who was reiensed in the ferOBOOn
from the fat? penitentiary at Great
Meadewa, N? V'.
.los'-ph an?l his brethren were BJt?
l?i"'i"l to meet st.d make merry at
1:21 [i. m. Ih>- brethrea wer*, there,
but Joseph ram?? not.
Not. until th?. Empira sta'e Exprea?
cam? m at 10:10 p, rri., wore 'he fl
ol ' ai dy MBvlneed that he Kad l"ft
?.he train ai IfSta Btreel
.lame?, h Caaaidy, a brother af "Cur
ley Joe.'' .?M ana el the a who had
waited m vain. Wnh him were his two
ai ..lohn aad Joseph i ? ?idy, Micheel
?I. Lyona, Alexander Law on, Alexarider
Morrla sad Eugene Denning.
'.early all of them hi'l received a
telegram from the Queens leader ?ay
:ng he was on hi. BBS Bfld WOttU leave
?m the "first. sight train ou? el ?\ -
As th? brethrea scanned tha i
from tha Empire State Expreea, ?Joaeph
Mavelling at high BPeed t?? Kar
kaway ami aatered his hom?? at
i?i ;80 p. m., jut ?? -. ? ?ir ai d
ice he left it to go t?. Sing .^mg
There was no celebration in Rock
LAWYERS MOlf 010! 001^
The only MortuM ?*?
In N*w YorU which p?_
bas; ? ""?ss
? Hull?,) ,B r#
LAWYERS M0RTQI0E CO
WICHARD M. HURO, a^.^'
Capital,Surplus A * $9,000 __
I Wnrrf a.
?Id that he ? , , v. . . J I
?u? i.i m
? v.' , .. ';
' ' " '??-- ? .
reeterdaj- forenoon after t-%'1"
board ? rably L?_
req ?? - - - **? ...>*? :i
had ? r el - try hearine i?"1"**
? ": ' ' '???''' ?et5a|L5
Holland Stops Rubber Ek?-,
* K-wtai EL
* royil J?
has "h" ' H ?'i ?y.
I - ,,4 '"
Semi Annually and th'-n only for a
/t*| a?| ?**?% short time is it possible to secure* similar ftl 4 f\
Ntt?. fi V?v bargains. All suit-ends ?arc Itv re * a. | \J
fJ^J JL \J duced?titan those that sold at 1?25 to 01Q
$50?to measure $18.
?Special Full Dresa ?Suit, silk lined, $40? 1 uxedo Suit
$33. Many winter overcoat reductions.
& 9th St.
/'ir- the convenience of our ?<?>'. vu pnlrot ?, .Virr-l ,1
branch ?>' ' East :. I St between Fiftl and ?/
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Natural ageing for two full years in wooden
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