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ffie Conning Tower
"Wind in Autumn
Wndty, tho oak
SmmmVkn ta the night,
Its Mac- broTf rocking and Bwaying,
tting the stan and the moon
ln the frantic tossing ol bntnches.
A passion has conquered the oak.
A tempeal and tumult of yearning.
"Wind. tempeatuoua wind
That plays with thr elottdl of heaven
Pr ving them wild ta their fear?
Wind. tempeatuoui wind
Tha! lifta" up tho ships OB tho oeean.
,-,-,, I in their saila
ng the spray nn thoir dock*-.
it ol the ground
And fling me alonp in your flight"
A passion has oonquerod the oak
Which they who are anchored may know.
Feeds Poor to Fulfil Vow
He Made as Needy Immigrant
Vfealthy Dyer. Daughter a Bride, I .imself Serves Guests,
as He Pledged When. in Want He Fled Russian
Persecution for Freedom
v _, Goot.
| ??('? I'nir aad HlBgl
? . \ old '
CONFER ON PROBLEMS
N.u Vork **-tatc Organization
Opcns Annual Session
ttatfi V . N'ov 12. At the
.ttrt'.r.g t thc ninth annual
Nfw > ? ,,f proba
1 nn | '.on, member of
t?i Itati Pi -ion, pre
sidsri. ted leveral
?imi ? . creat aid of proba
"The idea if ? robl I
tOJMa, r <?
Ud thfl ehl naiB. "Nl reform move
irer hsi Then )? alwayi doubl
*?. Ml] ? to the 4?
Ild ft ? , nifltl if the
lyiUm rx nt bfl mai
*h r.f ? with more or less
truth thal ??? hooli of *.<
*tt ? ? idrea n<
Blral. nor rr.at.ners, and, if this bl
?sjr it rtoi ? _ .r,_t aMBiun leeoaal
'?r tr.e ippa . ? , -ea*-e la crime no
t;t*d ? ? ? da> ?"
hafiMii Hi birt E. Mills, of Y_s
Mr I o :?-! - ace of Iir. John
9. I. . ? ?. .... Liniblfl ti bi |
UN H _a* 'Oftender or So
T-r ?', . m%t Arthur \\
*.ent of the Brooklyn
Sor et of Crvelty
-? ?? .; , .,!ay.
I M H A. TO RA:SE $500,000
k-sdred Otfanirati'it.s ti> Hs>e -_rt in
The board of aMB-firi <?' thi Bl
couni I of thi Vo ng fdfln's Hfl*
*tt-> /,. -, ,i hiadrod orjrani.a
. ,..,.,! t? formulate at
*>*?'* i i ? r the niiing of J '
_? V tf. H A. work at a meeting of
last night in Wadleigh
arU <he laat bii
niil convii ?
. il. Ir ii |
r? tt | ,h:i fund in Sew York
?n_ i.oii.ofifi out.ide the eltjr, ?o as to
*??*?? >t t ational in scope.
\srbuig pra,*4d the wotk he
H Um r>v ihe organliation for thfl
'?wilh your.g folks of the Cfl
***'* b_i a repori freia thc board of
**Ptn* if thi
I. A. R to Attend Bazaar
To monnw nighl ? 9 Army
JNBI at Ihe basaar for the relief of
??wber. of familiei ol mfl*mbers ?
?t,h Regiment now at the Mllieai
??fder. Bolomon W. Russ.ll,
?*idir of ihe state ol New York Unnd
***K tt ths Repubiic. with many rni-m
**** at _j_a various fosta, will attead.
men and women, atill in line waiting
to be fed, when it beiran to rain, found
i tr, -he dyeri bitr automobile,
| OUtflidfl against thfl curb
droia up ?
?i hii motor Batarday aftflinoon
tfl naakfl aiiiinirrments to feed thi
(??ed around bv the ao
averal hur.dred who have
lf ????? 1 f
.'-.??. | id di '??
. from the i
- of Russia i-i I A
?raa aot general I
tha hufl-rry. for it would
.-.(? ferl al!.
? ? ? :? partii nlarly re
? iwd thal
? ? ..-* tha ao* :
tei day noon. But
ihl thal the thi
:. the twifl
?nd hung?r, they
. , tomobile and I bfl tt nn
MaB) Irnm \\ .ir /.? n. I
.. by '
them imi mostly
arhere their u*ual
/,-,- had heen il
rjutifully Iato th?
had I-- ? n told
. oponfld, BBd itood
? dly. At length they
Al these they -at
. lelberg - Baad be
?iliBg Jewiah melody,
- BBd pfll -?
? tha rare, the muaic that these
. heard from ehildhood. ln
' d ?nd
... r "Yankei Doi
drink. aad preaeatly feod BBd
to eome ifl from ti.e
the chicken, duck. veal,
l |, plates of hot soup
-. eaaka af l'Per aad
:?? . ifl thfl BBBdfl o.
- daaghter aad
:,::<! | tcore of waitera re
? a-orkerfl ef
? ? ne and Immitrrat.t Sociflty.
JAPANESE TO ATTZND
A. F. OF L. CONVENTION
Garment Workers' Question To
Be Taken Up
morfl, Nov. 12, More than 500
g Bril I a?d Jupan
Sflfl, i.re hero lor the thirty-fixlh an
i.ual convention of thfl Araflriean Fed
n of l_bor. which flrill BBBB to
itfl i ?. .it ratlona.
Iggregatfl membership of
? ? nted.
[t wi v prfldictfld that there
n ..n- contaata a?er questions
ITerenl branchei of organ
? bj ,\. i hi fore. The re
lAfniliu- eOUOeil, to be pre
ta>morrow, arill touch on prac
evciy quflfltlon ? ith which thu
Beeraed aml arill P"v**
bj far btfl diaeuaaioBa of the next
Amonir the important cnses that will
ap for settlement n the dispute
ted Garneat Workers
irlei and the AmnlKamated Oloth
ng Workers. The l.'n, *.??(!. the official
representative of the dothing workers
in the federatioB, aaid Iti preaidflBt,
Ahe Gordofl, to-night., would make no
th the Amalgamated,
? aeekiag reeegaitlefl by the
A | ar; for concerteil action bv "r
BBOr throughout the world
.. ta peacfl flrill be diaeuaaad.
POSTAL CLERKS ASK
FOR HIGHER SALARIES
Dcclare Present Pay Too Low to
Meet Living Lxpenses
BeetflB. N'ov |] The National I'd
eration of I'l.stofrice I'lerki*. at it?
v asaetiag here to-day, adopted
h renolutioT. calling; on lh? incom.r.^'
to IncraBM the nmimum pay
. rk* frorn $1,1"('0 to $l,6(i'i a vear.
raaalBtioB sits forih that thfl I m\
i ' living aaakfll the present irmvi
A laeead resolution adopted aski for
lejtisiat'on to ehminate or redure to a
ght work where auch
nation li latpoaalhla, The rttolu
gflfltfl that the men be paid
?r.(| nne-hslf pay on a forty-five
i minute ban* instead of the eniatinuj
- >?>? minutes to a nhour hatia.
900 Oarraents Made for Poor
(,!,? Ridr N ?' . Har lt Mar*
?)Hi|e by member
p braacfe af the
. to-morrow amonir tl ?
chariUbla institutiom of
att'l N'ew Voril ' *
N) , been reelacted
ind Mm. <J A. Uuliait hai b??n made
HORSE SHOW FOLK
Garden Ring Filled with
Animals Rehearsing for
John McE. riowman (-"'? e a Hom
B_OW breakfast at the llo'el Blltmorfl
ynterday to tha jud*.**. dlneton aai
other persons connected witfc " ? *?
tional exhibition, niw in jroirre** st
MldfSOB S'*u.ire fiurdcn.
Amonp those .eatcd at the hor*eshoe
table in the music room WIN Ke?inald
1 Nanderhilt, Daniel (iu/zfjenheim,
R . .nn du I'ont, Edward T. Stotes
bury. Captail Tullen, William E.
(.'hurch, ( . Iiavies Th.r.t, r, John A.
Harry, Refui L Tatterson. . -imufll
Willeta, Edward Griftth, l harlefi R
Hamilton, M. Itawart llolii*. M D Hol?
loway, Harry Ceeteat, *9 lli n
IfeVickar, Frederiek C Brawa iad Bir
Adam Heck, of I.ondon, <>n*
Although the boxes and sea' ? at the
Garden wire empty yesterday the tan
bark riag wai Bllod _n day with horses
whose ixhihlton 4 xerciscd and re
hiarsed them for their appearanees be?
fore the jadgll duritiK the next fivo
Many owners visited the IBOW to
consult with their groeaM iad ta rliw
Briefcel BrHHaal Here
Qriat Intirist li the irrivil of the
English hsekaiy poay Briekil Brilliaat
on the : Miaeharii from Lon
doa yeaterday moraiag wai aapreeeed
by horsemen who were at the Garden
|l the afternoon.
The pony is the property of BfiSB
Muriil Wiggia, daughter at thi presi?
dent of thfl Chiss National Baak, who
purchaseii him ahout a month xxgo
"light iBioin," helieviag from hi* 9*~
leriptioi that he would go well in dou
blfl himesi With her Ameriean bred
pany Odora. The two hackney
See.; intirid u a pair, ind B
tl the BhOW
to-day iftir k? bu beni iBipoitid by
ir.eni ifleiall and his heavy cost
Another feature of to-day's entries
iranes of thc twenty
Wales in thfl i
panieil by thell
three thoUMfld I
iron by duciodints of thi Princi, his
own, ared ?! thi
)..,., v ? |ay, and more thin one
thou i *** '1?('
i (,nv undsm which '.von tha blu? rib
,T thfl BhOW n Saturday the
wheeler a :i **'?'' ,1"'
leader h - griat-graBdioa.
? rlrsl high ? eontlit for
sc offered by Jodge
m H. Moore will bfl i Wd this
... Among the entrifli ls < obb
,. holder of ths i I orS_,
. | ? ? :?.,.,! oni-hllf inch. lhis
nurly tw?Btj years old last
year won tha high Jumping eonUsts ll
the National Horss Bhoa ror th,* third
|., thi elaai for pony four-iB-haad
. ichadulfld to be eallld thi
oon, Jimfli < '?** Brady will laew
f,,i- ).,. flrst t.ir.e his rici-i.tly pur
. | rom Welsh and hacr.ney
? . ?. will bfl driven to a mmia
? .- built in Parifl for James
Hazen Hydi aad prroatid to tba
. children by their uncle, Nuholas
!'? Brady. . . , .,?
Thi eomplfltfl pro*.ramme of to-iia, -
- |l follfl ? :
Harki Hal__ni i M
' ?' ' * -
1 a- 113
i i:an ? i -
i ?? -
B Ml .?
_____ I ?
FREE SPEECH FIGHT
THREATENS U. OF P.
Wharton Profcssors Refuse to
Tell of Outside Connections
PflnnsyW-nll may be *f******m^^
im MeC ellia, of the w narti n
ditiona laid down in ? *?????
to tha mimhers of thc *???*-_*?'Jg
Whartaa School a few dayi ige. rh?
? _ai r tima for which vou re
tion ot your iiiin i-?
Vmiat fee, ulary ** hoaorariaml
-Wh. committee II '?? '?
,,??,?.,, .ra vou connected with
''"AU mr.nbers of thi laal ruct.ot. *tafT
?Yii. i in the ati.T,- qoiitioBi >h*\\ M
Tl,, order th.t, wl ?
*,,, informatjoB ano MtewMl
i niUd ? ???? , "|H
HONOR GOUVERNEUR MORRIS
ttmam* BMliaaK HeM >"^"ri-' s'r'
rate m si. .nn* < bat**
l? hlitarii "'t ' -???'?" i'h'^rth- n
MorrlMBia. aho-a the erygl "???__M*0'
,r Morrii has -lumber. d iiearK m
cntury and within ,. I row-J*
thfl hoasfl whirs he wa- born. his de.
aeendanti and ihnr fr ends |rithired
resterday afternoon te bOBOl hii aataa*
Taa itrotx I'ostd if Tradi irraapd
the rommemoraUon nereiiei. The\
ineluded an latroduetlon s. OHi I U
r hei i, ehairmai e the ? n * "?
ihon tribute bi D* i|
d ihfl ineinonal
] Well-.. Slate Trea.
in the ludlem
re ?? descend " * if GoB?irai ii Morrii
llenrv Lewii Morrii. Mn, Bti
Dcxur ind Um Juhi McAHnter.
DR. EATON FINDS 50
WHO WANT TO THINK
Attend Uass Desi^ned to Ind
Rcliance on Canned Opininns
thev use car.ncd npininni; I rliall
?each then ?
' annonnr^rr rat that - - <n to
Dr. ?'harlei A
Bg it tht- Hap
"I - ? ? '? - - ren
son*." Dr. I..
eau?e I believe in men. I ha'i- I
a man fail. No man ma
. ? ?
; onrl. I
? 1 to
la iderahip, an-i I acausa 1
belie-, a in .le*-,i-< I
ef flriahy-waahy theelogy, bul
teat el all pea bi ?. l?ad
- the k.r, ; .-an
come tfl 11
ha flrill tall I - els on
? reati it Mi
$400 000 MORE NEEDED
TO AID PLAGUE VICTIMS
Henry Street Workers Seek
$1,000,000 fnr After-Care
inc an emei"cr.rv fend l1f) to
ntht thfl after <-,rtrt- .f tha il I
paralyeii i pl lersde. Bo far ll
has heen pi.-<!^r>? <:. I I
*he re.?t arill be soon forthaoi
gafl in its
own territory, but ll haa been
to ...-.. ,| ? ..-n ,.f
Qufloaa aad Riehmond. 11-> atatff now
, number.* 112 nuraea. aad there is im
mediate need for nn incn i
Amonjr ?hoie who bare lubflerlbed
lemr-nt work ar<- K. lltfl If,
Warburg. (26,.; Paul M. Warborg,
0; Mrs. Willard D. Strmirl t, **?'?.
". isei Aliee and IreBfl Lewlaoho,
10, and Charlea K. ( ra-..-. '?". R.
i ordley, Leo Arnstein, Mrs. Helen
Hart!e\ lm . I'harlea and <
Altschul. Gaartre P. Baker, Miasei I
ai d 1 Born ai ! II i. i' *?'?
? "f each.
AT STRIKE MEETING
Unions Officers Alone Appear
PI ? "? v foi -. - r bov re*.
elf aa unsi
union "mm:." Bo long aa then- la a
Of fl 1
bait, ba '??? flrill
obriously a fundamental principle n
? eodi. A
gathei ?? ? ? i dai flft?r
: oon in l loral Hall, Bl wh eh tl i
tary not Ib the raeeat atrika araa ta
? .ave beefl the foundatlon npon which
stronsr organiaation of tha Ma
i<u\V Heiievoli-nt Aaaeciatiaa araa ta
been built, bad ta ba eall td ":r
becauae nol mora tl ? - - BP
offRi t ' ?
Hall flreBl iBto t xecul r? lenion. they
.. eed and i.-rv idlv liehated thfl
ition of u dime that r.-mi.
NEGRO "AD" ANGERS
RICH CHICAGO TENANTS
llireaten Court Fitfht Over Let
Hng of Apartment
Bi '? iflraarl l? !
i hicago, Hor. It Ti naartfl in apart
.: pcaraaefl i I
n the Ben b illdlBg ?1
. nreh te-da]
?aar thne largi anging
Of thfl -un parlor of
? ii ? i ' reads
\, gre eareti - ?
?\j plj b) ' hone to Edj
[)? boI real thii BBartBiflBl until y/ou
1 party ?? BBd floor tfl
Only one ildfl of 11 ? il-d >'<*?
- of the building, refused to tell
: floor, aaid
had refused to i
pi,,v. ? '??',l l? the
IflflSC that calls fi
Othi ' **'*
they had . ? '
proti the i "?'?r
-,, negroes. They ?. fl lurad, they
thi c "''' "''
liva on th? pretai
Y. M C. A. SEEKS MEMBERS
Kailroad I > i? i - i < m ^" \ at-on-\\ ide (am
paipn for .lO.fi'l" BB To-morrow.
i. -,.-;.- bbbobbi ed lai I '
rangementa flren f"r ll ton
Association to p I
phssfl of rail oad - fi frotai '
,,,. ..,!, n - doflm to track walkei i. Di
y M,,..rP aaalor railroad ifleretary af
tha laternational CommitU* i f l
in this citv. from whl
-ill i... directed npon ??'"r*1 'ran ?'''"
Dail* iriBg ita ]
,,f ,. , ? |, and lh.
sgraphed daily "* all
railroad deoartmen- of the 1 % ' ?*?
tlie larceal ra P tiea ef
..; in tl a flrerid
Ther* la ??> li I ** xh"
' ' '?"* of
bara ? ated snd tl
| poste- ? !*? **** **?' 0*'r
CHAUFFEUR AIDS VICTIM
j Carries lt. IflflpMel Man Ul* * ar
. then te Bi
?al la-t night tilfTfrir*
? f "r"' " f""*" ' r
. ii he
MeGloine ?ra? ei
. rtt mth a- n
the aid af Patri
ery, placed the injured flflaa in the
IBfl and took him to Bcilevue.
Plea for Industrial Re
scarch Lahoratory in
Dr. Butler's Report
< olumbia l'niver-ity is hatnper?d in
' ? work by lack of fund*, according to
Nicholai Murray Butler, presidflnt,
whoie annual report wai given out
rday. Many important undertak
lagfl, which the univcr?lty is ready to
advance immediately upon the receipts
of fund*, an- descnbetl by Pr. Rutler.
He aakfl for an increa?e ei $30,000,000
to the endowment fund of the uni
The report state* there in great n?ed
for medical, industrial, engineering
hiuI c-ducational research. In previous
reportfl and plans formulated at the
reltf Dr, Butler foreflaw tho great
IM ef iatereet in research work.
The preaent report appeals to the in
riflfl, arhese outputs have been so
BBed by the war, for funds to es
tablish great laharatarlee in thi.* city.
Following close upon the announce?
ment last Saturday of the $11,000,000
endowment for n medical school at the
ef Chicago, Or. Butler in
hii report rr.i:kci an urgent plea for
the |1 endowment sought for
?hlng in this city a great medi
eal centre, which will include the large
bospitalfl, elinica and medical ichools
af thfl country.
Industrial Kesearch IManned
Another Important project calli for
industrial and enijineerir.g research
and for the articulation of the work
of research laboratories with the neflda
and interest of the nation'i industriei.
Almost two years ago Dean Frederick
A. Caataa, of the Graduate Engineer
Ing Beheel, recently appointed treas
urer of the university, outlined in hii
report a plan for a great industrial
research lahoratofjl in thifl city where
iadufltrifll prahlflfllfl of manufacturera
throughout the United Statea could be
. ition. It wa? propo?ed by
Deaa Goetsa to catablish such a lubora
n tiie Hudson River at a site
i I olumbia I'niversity.
Dr. Butler aara of this plan:
"It hae now been hesvily borne in
Bpon us that what some American in
itfl would support a prin
y under wiser and keener ad
tratioa. The future of American
industry is bound up with the future
of American science. The Schools of
Mines, Engineering anti Chemistry, al?
ready dialingaiahed in high degree
BBd now BBOB that advanced plane
which invites only th? highest type of
Btudeat and relcaac.s time and energy
for gennlaa research, ure anxious and
to undertake with great energy
ioma of thoae ipecifU tasks which will
aid Ameriean industry to improve ita
products, to decrease it-* wartage, to
co6rdinata its proceaeee, and to mui
resourcea for dealing aatis
rith the many-sided human
problami which industrial relation
aiiti industrial enterprise of ne
"The tesiing onil experi mental labora
i ti ar.- neeued in ?uch an
. . rtak ng maat ba placed at the
point wLeie tran-portation, both by
Bd t water, ifl eauy and cheap,
aad nrherfl therfl may be ready access
part not only af those who con
? .ationa and those wha
- trained ia mflthods of re
??:, but also on the part of those
v.ho i. areaeal ei ari engaged in th?
nduatr bb arhoee problems are, at any
.. ment, thfl auhject of inquiry.
I Ithin 'ie mark t.i iay that a cap?
ital n-.ni of M,0110,0110 for equipment and
. lidov. i.?? I fleeded in order to deal
ptly an.l aatiafaetorily with thia
greal graap of problem*.
"Every dollar put late iuch an entei
vould Bfl itturned to American
industry away tiaiflfl over in the eearsfl
af a rer| f- ? feefB."
Kflflflfll of Denial S?ho4il
re i- also room for reaearch
BrlfldietiBB of the faeulty of
.-. thfl general lields of politieal
? i. philosophy and pure iciencf,
Dr. Butler statflfl. For this work bfl
Bfl BBdOVBMBt of $:i.O00.0O0.
Ir. eonnection arith the research
plaai Dr. Butler takes up the need af
a univ. raity deatal school, and ie*
- tba plaai of the te* Columbia
ol v. hich was estahlished Bt
the university this year.
Aaother roaaoa for the larger en
doflrmeat asked is the desire of tho
raity ta increase the salaries not
? tha elder aad distinguished
iera of the faeulty, but also of the
.n, wiioni Dr, Butler deflcribflfl
!-' MttiBg foot upon ?he lower
, tf the academic ladder. He
? to increase the salurie* of
professor by $1,000 would eaat
00 snnuall/, or the iaeeeae cf the
rmepl of BDoat 17,000,000.
The glfti received during the year
? : to $1,336,205.18, of which the
? won f924.B20.f8 from the es
f Joseph Pulitaer, $12'>.ooo from
rf W-lliam Douglas Sloane
rom Mrs. WilliaBl Douglas Bloaafl.
$100,000 from thfl estetfl of Fmil c.
: om the estate of Hugo
n?r aad $;*'','''~.50 from the es
? wart Kennedy.
HARVARD REFUSES BODY
PRIEST LEFT TO SCIENCE
Medical School Authorities Fear
Lttagatioi Might Follow
lt. ?> flpflflB i" UM IMflflfl I
Hor. lf. The Harvard Med
, ? rritiefl bav? refused to
thi bfl !.v "f Kev. John H. VVkit*
. thfl curat* of Bt CharlBfl Catho?
lic Chareh, of Woor.joeket, who rrade a
? b its hotly for the purpoflei
Dr. Edward Hradford, dean of the
ItiOB, aaid) "The lawyer in charge
1 r-ifln'fl will called me un snd
me to arrange immediately for
llg the body. We eould not ae
BOgt, as u might causfl litljration later
WbiUakflr, 44 ho uas a fongregatlon
. . man before ht joinnd the
Cathol h, flrai foBBd dead in his
three week* sfter
?he tipnrij; and wt'neflfling of his will.
Paator Returns for Jubilee
The Very Rev. Desn J. K. Lambert, of
!??, N*. J.. who for twenty-ons
years taa- par tor of Bt Mary'fl Catholic
( hiiich, ilackensaek. yesterday sang
Nl mass in the begtnning of the
'l itrver jubiiee. He wai warmly
Bd. and at the elose of the ier?ice
t eraeifll wai given him. The
Rev Dr. McHugh. of Sataa Hall,
tbfl ju bil Ofl termon, and th?
narney Ksy. rector of New-,
iim School, preached at the evening
service. , '
LIGHTER THAN AIR
War Department Revives
the Study of Di?
Henewed in*erest in s bra?*ch Bt
aerial defence a lighter-than-ar
tion whirh the prorninence slBII Iti?
ll the aeroplane has east into eom
parstivs obseunty, 1*1 being takei
the War Departmer.t, of the Ul
Within the last few weeks much has
been done. The army has ordered
three kite balloom snd tWI .pherical
ballcons. The first lighter-than-air
sircraft ststion is to he ntlblllhl| lt
Omaha. Major Charlei DeF. ChaadUf
has been put Ifl chargi li this ll ?'
Announcemer.t has heen made that A.
Uo Stevens, himself an old ballo-r
and manu.arturer of !,.?hter-than-a.r
craft, hud been BBBOiBted an army in
structor in the operation of dirigibles,
kite snd ipherical balloons.
The l.'nited States navy, too, has be*>
come interested in balloons, eipeeially
in dirigibles. No ordera have as vej
been placed. but it was 1. arr.-d thi.
the Navy Depertmi nt had under COB
sideration several plsns for dirtg-biea
of the rigid type.
Only Kxp-riment Fa'lo/1
The I'nited States navy
periment with war dirigiblei h ll M Mr
heen a failure. The tint dirigihll Wir
balloon ever acquired by the *******
ment wia built Ii Niw Havn by tw
Connecticut Aircraft Company. I <?
virrrin fllght was to have been made .it
PlBiaeoll in Septernber. 1915. TM
craft is in thc Connecticut Slty to IM
d*Teit sfter test has been made.
Changes have been wrought in tho
gondola, the engines. tne cnvelope T1 II
craft is a beautiful atTiir, with tl
great gss bag, 175 feet OBft aad itt
shining Sturtevant motors. It has just
one fatal defect. It will not fly.
The trouble seems 'o lie, afccording
to aeronauts. in the size if tbl _BI bag.
If the craft floated always lfl even
keel perhaps it would Illl as imMthly
as a bird. Hut when either 1 " * 0-, *-ni
cgarshapedbagi. n!,d the ,, ?
to the upper end and the dlrigible
comes to earth. The i-Wt**** ?* *?
craft, Captain Thomas B. Blldwii . has
built suc-ess.ully smaller balloons
both sphencal and dirigiblc, no abl> in
1908 the flrst small dirigiblc ordered l*>
Rlgid Type Designed
The defect, however. la thi navy's
d.rigible the H N-l has given rise to
e*.periments vith rigid type craft, whirh
havo apparently met with more IM*
cess. The latest cnvelope J? not u
single bag, but a number of.niall.r
balloons incased within a llgM frame
Such are the designs which thc Nsvj
Department hai now under considera
10There are several causes for the
stimulus interest la lighter th.-.n air
craft has received. Foretnost, perhaps,
|a the fact that the recent appropria
tion of $13,000,000 for aeronuutics 1. to
be spent as tht* War Department sees
fit There are no strings to it. Aml.
again, the Kuropean war has shown not
only the usefulness of the Zeppelin, biu
the importance of the kite and sphen?
cal bslloon. ... ,___|_
At virtOBlly every fort.hed place in
Kurope there are kite-balloons. There
are balloons stationed at every army
aerodrome abroad, and there are strings
of theae floatmg towers of ob.ervat.un
four miles behind the lines of the con
flicting powers. Men stationed la them
obierve every movement on the part or
the enemv. and report them by wire ?
to the avration commandem and Wl
ofneers of the Mne. Almost every ..u
icpean warship bM Itl Wtl-balloon.
Expert* in Army
Although the department hll
been noticeably active within thi lait
few year-. the __ited Statea ilreadj
has the Aerostatie Section, which deals
with lighter than air craft. 1 ne army
contains such aeronaut,ai *^0T
Chandlir, who need ln the lateraa
tional Bslloon Ilaces; Major .rank I.
Uhm. who organized thi biUoofl
clsssic. the Uhm Trophy. held hii
nuslly from 11*0 7 te IM0, *******?**>
who with thc late I.incoln Bearhe..
built imsll dirigiblei biferi thc sero
nlane was known.
lt il purposed to develop the lighter
thnn air leetion hlfld lfl hand with avia?
tion Kite balloons are part.cularlv
effective il coast guanl work. Aero?
nauts believe that this coufltry ihould
have some fortv or nfty small belloOBl
...tlnne.l alonfcT lt* nea colists. ><UCll
c.aft would coft ahout UeWO each, and
would liit, If Wiither eonditions ?.
not extraordinary, from twi to tBrifl
yesrs. Balloon. of thi. type taa t**
fnain in the air without refillmg for
from twenty to thirty hout*.
BISHOP CALLS FUNSTON
Anti-Relitfious Orders on Border
Anger Dixie Prelate
Atlanta. Nov. tt. Declaring that the
War Uepsrtment shoulil t.ike action 1".
onler that "thii man mav be taaghl a
Icsson ln millUry daceaey and prjpri
,tv" BllhOB Warren A. Candier I
,?,..?. , . | Me ; od ? ' ?
buked Gimral Foniton for his recenl
., rifinnce to religteui ?ctiyity
on the border. Th- censure was brou?hl
forth bv thc art.on of GlBiral Flll
in ordering Baptiat miniittri not to
preach to the soldiers "that they Wirfl
lost" and in informng Dr. J. B. Qim
brill of the Texai Baptists, that he d d
not want revtrila among thfl
"Could anything be more rmiculous
and reprehennble than thil perfornv
ance of the littlfl gOBiral from Kl
Hv military order he propose I
rnlna that preaehiag to thi loldieri
foncernini? their lost condition ll IOt
proper," said Kishop < andler
?He also put* a mark of dil
upon revivell of religion. What kind
of authority has the pomp^ui little
eommander for isiuing orders of this
kind. It is but a fla ' ? was
a kind of adventurer in the < uban
army. Ctn what haih thil 1 I
of fortur.e fc-d that hc has gro?
CONTINU OUS TRAINING
CAMP FOR CHICAGO
F. D. Roosevelt Discusses Plans
to Enlarge Work There
Ki IW-Pas- '" "? Tr
Chicago, Nov. l'_. A continuou*
training camp for civilian la.lors wsa
anured the Middle W< *'- threagl
vi.it ot Franklin D. Roosevelt. Aasi*'
snt Secreury ef the Navy. to the (.reat
Lakei n?v?l trsinmg station to-day.
Me said that two years w-vi!d see the
Unittd Itatee with universal miliUrv
or navsl training. Hs iaiBMtod ths
huildmgs snd grounds of the station
to gain rir*? hand inforrnat :or. as to the
capacity of the inititution for earing
for more recru.U and as to a summer
camp of 5.000 eivihani.
He promised that he wnuld do all in
hii power to raise th?* eomplement of
the training ?t_tion from its pre?.nt
ai_mb__. 700. tt *k ?*__. twiae ____. 1
GREEN CAR LINES LOSE
$1,047/20 BY STRIKE
Car .Men's Tactics Scared Away
Dar ? ? ii 4 Oetaher of
this year the fltrike of the streetcar
1 the pnssenger revenue .if
the New Vork Rn'lway*. Company. op?
erator* r.f the "irreen car" line?, to
? the amoui: |
Th;- B Bg
thfl accounting de
The tl fright
rned prospecttve fare< of thi
their number wai ? fewcrfhan
who trsrelled "n the company'*
Bg . aaaafl two month? of al
A lar?e proportion of theae too'K 'he
tubway or elifl i ala*at?d
I >? th" Interbor
...... ! oc
an Incn I Th:?. hoe
WOMEN HERE WILL BE
SANTA IN TRENCHES
Bail Planned to Provide Christ?
mas Packages for FftMtn
Frer.ch women .n New York are plan?
ning tO rin.en.ber their soldit-r eouBtry
II The m
"1... i'l, | at du Boldal " organised ln
thii city noon after the beginning of
the war to eolleet belpful thiagi foi
the rr.en a" the front, will give a con
md bail on November 24 st lha
Waldi rf Afltoria to raise fun.ls for thst
Mr- Eugena Mflloabiar, of II Preai
? .reet, Brooklyn. greeideat of thfl
'?-11ni Freneh army
headq larteri a list of soldior* who
have no relativeg to mske their Chrnt
BWfl eheerfal an.l they will have tirst
call on th- preflfljBtfl tn be forwarded.
ln moit etaoa the pnekages to be ?ent
will eoataifl needed articles that will
add te the comfort of the men in tho
cold trenche*, although there also will
be riome luxurie-. which, of courso, will
Includfl eigarettea aad tobacco.
Amoitjr the ear'y volunteers for the
concert rre (ieoijre Harrere, Carlos
I Mme. bfauboarg. (Sifta
may b? aaal te the preaidflBt of the
keta fer tha concert euy
be obtained from Mme. Jonassoff, at
fffl West Fifty--eventh Street.
MRS. SANGER KEEPS UP
To Reopen Clinic and Issue Mag?
azine Before Trial
UadaBBted ''>' ,'er arreit for the
naaee of e birth control elinie,
Mrs. Mart'uret Sanger will upend the
tiaflfl rematniriix b'fore ahe comes to
trml on thifl charzfl ia rooaeniBg the
eonsultfltion room in Brooklyn, which
Bflfld by thfl police. and in getting
out cf the firat numhor of her new
magaaiae, "The Birth Control Re
Mra. Sanger would have reopened
l-.er elinie before thifl, hut the police,
in their raid, took awav all her pam
: ?? i, and tho hai heen
liBCfl thou pr?paring another soi
Thfl twa women wha wero assoclated
with her Will not md her thia time
They are hor eiater, Mrs Bthfll Byraa,
and Miflfl r'u^inie Mindell. who BCtfld ?>
interpreter. Hoth are now at. liberty
under foOO bond.
FREDERICK M. DAVIS
DIES FROM PARALYSIS
I.eader in Educational and Mu
nicipal Affairs of Bloomfield
Fradflriflk M. Darie, liftyeeeeB yeara
old. eaahier of tha H. G. Craig O.m
pany, paper brehere. New
York, died yesterday at hi* home, 14*
rd Street, Bloomfield, H. J., from
;, parclyl e itroke. Mr. Devii was the
uon af the late Professor Charles M.
ii... -. man) ? *Tfl superintendent of
Hfl aai I'ntdiiated, from Princeton,
sf il. ii. aenred aa a member tt
? . BloOBsfiflld Town i.ouncil and ai
Board ef Fdueation,
.hlI had boflfl president of the Board
rade aad Prineflton Ai.imni As
' Montclair and Bloomfield
II jow Bfld three son#. Raymond
I-'. Dav it, Town Clark. and < barlea .ind
Wai f '??? Dat ??-. lunrlrfl aifla.
Election at Montclair Academy
The Athletic AaeocUttefl of t're Mont
cluir Academy has elected the follow
iag oflcera for the eniuing year:
Pre lideat, C. ll Garriaoa; rioB
.'.i.'. OflCar Malhiason; secretary, ('. S
troaaarer, H. A. HubKchmitt;
itiva eommitteo, W, Wf, Pulla nml
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WINS MANY JEWS
Rabbi Wise Declares Both
Religions Cannot Be
Ai inereasin*. number of Jewi ar?
becoming believrr-i m Christisn lOs*
.,tid are thui beinir estrsngfl.
from the r-iijrion of their fathers.
r.abbi Wise a**erted veiterdav morn
inf in a irrmon at the Free Svnagogue
on "Judaism ard ChriltiM Scierefl "
According to Kabbi Wise, Jewi hav<i
. partiealarty ?:?c.ntib!e to the
teachmn of Mr* Kfdv's foliowers. ll
1 br s'isn Scientlsts have not
eipec.ally pet out to eonvert Jews.
siag the leventy of the reauire
ment_ of Jud.iism. Kabbi Wise IMI rted
that IO or..* can be a Jew and a Chris
It at thfl ssme time.
"H, ral snd flex.bls the
_ue msy rhoose to be in its s'.
tltode toward inssenteri," ssid thfl
' Jud-nm :i made un of a deft
'ichins* with which the doctrine
..: ?! practice of Christian Science ar*
nnd forever must remain irreeoneili
i.ism has been a rfllifcion hard
?rn m Itfl eomnulsions. immova
bly uustere in >ti executioni. For een
tunes .ludmsm has gtvill nothimr to
rird _eace and con
tent and comfort, bat hi* asked everv
thiflg of them. .ttdaiia*, demandi of
thfl lew h:s llfi and nothing lesa. Came
rieaee te the Jew and as-*
I im the gift nf life. ChriltiBB
,,vel to the Jew snd hai ta
some proved irresiitible.
"Christisn Seiiace, however. ls in no
rival ry whatever to the faith of Israfll.
Ml faith can permanently estrance tho
Jew from thfl House of Israel. Temoo
rary .'lii.nationH there will be; occe
sional aberratior.t and dssertions sri
bound to occur. But the Jt*w ever re?
turns to that rellR-iou. hentaie whie.
is his own."
JOHN A. AYLWARD
Madison, Wil., Nov. 12. John A_
Aylward, T'nited Statea Distriet Attor*
Biy for the We*tern Distriet of Wis?
consin, was found desd in bed to-dsy*
He was flfty-two years old. Death re
sulted from eerebral hemorrhage Mr,
Aylward had beOB defeated twice as tho
Democratic randidate for Governor of
the itate, and wai tho law partner of
Joseph E. Davies, of the Federsl Trsde
Jl DGE HARRY T. TOII.MIN
Mobile. H*m. 12. - Harry Theophilul
Toulmin, Federal judge for the South?
ern Distriet of Alabama, died to-nighl
at his home in Toulminville. He wai
stri,*k.?n with paralysis Friday. Recent
iy .edge Toulmin, who had served thir
. *he Federal bench, notirted
PreiidlBt Wilson of hia intention to
n-tire December 1, but his rssignstiori
has not been aecepted.
MRS. CINDEREU. A MATTKSON
Mrs. Cinderella Matteson, seventy
six years ol'l, widow of Martin Van B'J*
ren Matteion, died yeiterdsy lt her
home, in I'lainfield, !*.'. J. Threi eisters,
a brother and two daughtera survivi
Chrysanthemum Exhibit Openi
The annusl tree chrysanthemum at.
hibition if the Park Department, Bor?
ough of (Jueens, opened yesterdsy ia
the greenhouses ?t Forest Psrk. Myrtla
and Woodhsven Avenuci, Glendsle.
Moro tlisn 50,000 blooras ind 18,000
plants were shown. including nearly
100 vsri.ties, some grown in soil
brought from Japan.
Bartram.Mary E. Inglis, Mirv A. M.
Christy.-iaavP. Miller, LWinptonA
BABTBAM Sundsy, Novsmber lf,
1010, Mary Eaton, wife of the lite
John W. Bsrtram. Servlcee et her
residence. .72 St. Nicholis IV.,
I i4>a iay, November U, st 8 n. m. In*
*. rment at Wappingers Fslls, N. Y._
CHBI8TY - On November U. Illl,
jenny Pierson, wifa of (Tharles R.
Chrilty, formerly of Montclair, N.J.
Services at her late residene?, 610
West 110th st., Novembflr 14, at 1
Dl'GGIN On Ssturdsy, November 11.
Chsrlea Duggin, ln the 87th vear of
his age. Funeral lervicei at nls late
residence, 25 East 88th st, on Mon
ilay, November 13, at 11 e. m. Inter
IM,US On Sundsy. Novflmbflr IJ.
1010, Mary Allan Mecaulav, wlffl of
Wi!! am Ipglis and daughtflr of thal
late John Macaulay, of Glasgow,
Scotland. Funeral aenricee at hsr
late residence, 31 Claramont av., J?r
sey City, Tuesdsy evening, November
14, at 8 o'clock. Interment private.
MIU.ER-Oi Sunday. November 12*
1010, at his reiidence, Englewood, N.
J? Livingston A., son of thfl late Liv?
ingston K. snd Gertrude L. Miller
and husband of Emma M Owfln. Fu?
neral private. Interment Graenwood.
Kind'.y omit flowera. Oswego, N. Y*
papers plesifl copy.
THE WOOni.AWN CBMETBBT,
?tl | S*. lly lUram Tratn _?>1 by Trolle***
Letfl ef amall * *?* for ?*!*.
on ? n Kaat :?<i st. y t.
Private Greetlng Cards.
Aa aaaraall- altractivs cflBeeaea k
row ea eihibiliea?fra.aU- a Imremr
variety tkaa caa be fsaad ia aay ethee
lt ia |?I Iflfl eeAj te aakfl ________i
Crntflni rraftu for
vTho C-mplet- B<x>k 8tore.
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