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ABLE FIREMEN RE WARDED.
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J AXDDnCAllTXbTA STBMEXSOX.
H One Alii ths IrTf t Ied or n New York
BBj CltylFlrentnit In tht I.nst Tr and th
99 Uthrr Win tlio Foreman or the Meet
9 lJrtlled Company In tho Department,
H The Fire Department liendq.uartors In East
H Sixty-seventh streot plumed Itself yesterday
H morning for tlin most pleasing of Its nnnual
9J events, tlio presentation of tho Bennett and
9J Stephenson medals, find In tho afternoon Mayor
H Strong appeared, accompanied by many others,
H nd mado tho presentations. The Bennett
BJj mi'ilal Is presontcd ench year to tho llreman
M who during the year has distinguished himself
BJ most by personnl brnrery at n Urn. It was es-
M tabllshed In 1807 by .Tamos Gordon Bennett.
IB Tho Stephenson medal la awarded to the fore-
PJH man who can show the bost drilled null most
IB efficient fire compnny.
IB It Is no easy task to select the winners of these
B two trophies ench year In the Flro Department
Bfl of this city, for never a month coos by but some
BJj flroman does an net of cnllantry which wins
fl wir.MAM n. nsur.En.
fl htm commendation, and In En department so
fl well disciplined ns Is New York's It Is a mark of
fl high distinction for a foreman to be named for
V the special merit of hSs work.
fl Tho winners this year were Foreman James
B McCartney of Engine 1, whose house Is at ISO
West Tvvcnty-nintb street, and William II. Beb.
j ler, a llreman, of Engine Company 41, which la
H In Morrlsunla. McCartney cot the Stephenson
H prize and Behler the reward for bravery, Ileh-
9 Irr's success Is also a gratification tn McCartney,
B for Behler bad belonged to McCartney's, com-
B pany UD to tho day beforo the Are at
flj which he won the modal. On Jan. 15, 18U5,
1 at 8 A. M.. llcliler reported for duty
I with Enclnc 3S In East HUlh street. Within
H forty minutes nn alarm was rune from box 737,
H and the engine went tearing oft to a lire at 439
I East 112th streot. The Are was In a four-story
1 tenement bouse, and it had gained headway so
If I rapidly that Carmello Amaro, who lived In the
JUt, front rooms on the top floor, had been unable
5P to escape. As englno 33 turned tho corner Into
jj ll'-'th street. Bchlcr saw the woman driven
M forth by flames and smoke to the fire-escape.
1 Hhe hod her rear-old-baby In her arms. Behler
j ran tin the stairs of the adjoining house. At tho
1 window nearest the flro-escape he found two
i Italian lads trying to bridge the space with a
I "Hold my lccsl" exclaimed Behlsr aa ha
I Jumped to the window sill and swung aa far out
aa he conld reach. "Ohs me the baby," ho
anld to the woman.
It whs almost ns far aa she could reach, but
' she did n. and he passed the baby to the lads at
"Now. bold fast," he called to them, and he
iwuns himself out nznin.
"Give mi- your hand," he called to tho
woman. She did so. and tho next mnment. be
fore she could resist, ho dragged her toward
him. clear oer the rail of the lire escano. until
she swung In the air. As her body dropped a
I great cry went up from those below, and the
cry became a cheer as Uehler checked her fall,
and then, still with his uno hand, lifted her to
th sill of the window where he stood. This
won him the medal.
" The ceremonies of presentation began nt 2 P.
V 51. In tin- yard at Fire Headquarters. Soienty
picked men. same chosen from cacli compnny
V in the department, formed n guard of honor
ft ' and filler Hugh Bonner ruarshulled tbem. Sup-
8 porting him were Deputy Chief Charles I.
J i I'urrpy aud Francis J. Rellly, Battalion Chiefs
L i John Cnslje". Benjamin A. Glcnuel, Peter II.
t-hort, and William Duar.c. and Firemen Qulnn,
George Farrell. Freel. Robert Farrell. Barrett,
Oraham. Martin. Gooderson, and McAdaros.
Iho Mayor was accompanied by his son. J.
, Bradlee Strong. Commissioner Waring and Job
Hedge, and President Shefllehl and Commis
sioner SiurgfS represenlcl the Fire Depart
ment. Mrs. bturces, her two daughters, and
l '' i
IB ' . J.kMEi J. M'CAIIT.NEV.
In eecral other Indies were In the party. The
M former T're Conini M-ionere. Uulway and Bnb-
MB hiiib. i.iid e::-t hief-i Butt!-, nnd Kingslnnd und
M tlir. Hei. . I. ! Huron Johnson nt Urr.ce Church
ifl j wre nlo i(rueiit.
Tli" .Mionr re-rnted tho im-dnls In a short
K I pe--i'h, and i lit it bi-.m im cthibitlnn of fire ap-
I :nmiu. Enirinn I'.'.i and '1 ruck HI. bmh f
H I s.hch huTu Hii-ir iiuinurs in the Fire Ilcad
HB 4 iji.iirtt ra out dinu. w-t-ro bent out on nn
1 I alarm, and the nttitcKtd a ninck tire nt the
'I bete. iil Iir''nnnt Aimory, it block away, the
A .i.l:!r Tiien fu.uiiilni; over tlio building, while
1 the olhurs laid liown liMn and drei.rmd It.
A Ti en then- was n practical expiwlllon of tho
!V manmrln wlneli lliemen imswii n call from
. their bt-do. Firemen MhIIov nnd Ilsduof dipt.
' II McAdnni-'s lominnnil ni-iittnbeil If for the
' nleiil. 'I he women wore In the Captaln'i roriui
ulietilhon.en t'ot In'o bed. but they all ciimo
, ojt Inin the iKrinliiuy imd IihiI front plains
I when all was rendi for Hie lest. I jich mini Imd
jilacnl his troiier nn his hwits nt tim side of his
ihmI. lii'Ioio In lny iln ii. When the icon;; struck
both men rulled o.it of ncil fiet foremost and
the next moini"it ilifappenre 1 down the slidlni;
jndei b,i qiuckls thai tin .mien didn't even
liiivo t mo to hlnnh. The Mnj or was nnxious
1 to n e also the worl.l ) of tho thrcn hhr white
Iior-ii of the truck, .ind they were hitched and
i unlillcheii K'ler.il tunes for him. Then he kept
1 time while i ho men tunic fioni riimrlcrx. down
the nlldlng p"'c., and hitched the ihreo horses.
( I "That's lust eiiluti'ldt !" ileclitreil Mrs. Stiimis,
if) when thn Mayor said that Just clk'ht seconds
i hud elapsed between thn truko of the gong and
I and thedrivrr'sciy of "Hciidyl"
I.SJ7JT lit AXSUh t M.inniAQK
llruiictit br (lifdrnom nn i'ie Oronad Tbot
Xla tViis Ilypnnt'eil.
pouoiiumrsii", Nov, H. A mnrrlaKo was
celebrated In l'de PrK on Monday, nnd a
suit for Its tnnnlment v.ns hrniinht In Pougli
keep:lu lesturdny, Tim tuttlts wero MIsb
Kachael Hchrvter. nscd y", nnd Alvih Bakor.
ui!od '.'1. Tho bridegroom nays llint ho wai
hypnoWed and not In n cunJItlon to appreci
ate what Ileum ilnln.:.
Baker Is otnplnjed on Frederlclj W. Van
derbllt's plnci. lit ay thut on Monday Ofll
ccr Van Nteenhwuh inmo after him whllo ho
wasnt work nndi.l.ui'd him under nrrcut. Ilo
took him before .limit licort'ii llimpu. and
befoiu ho loalletl ulmt Wfts"liuon ho had
been tiikeii to Miss M-lirt ter's llOuo nnd the
onlian given hint of innirlng her or rnmnlnliig
tinder aiiext. It neeniN. lie e.l. as If he must
hute been under thn Inllueiifn of boiuo mysteri
ous spell. Iiniium he uhmllied i).iblvely to
thu jiroceedlns" and wfth mai'.-lul to tho young
Baker nay Ihnt he was not Miss tcliryver'n
fweelhciut. Imt Ihit' 'm has a lover of the
namo of Wlllliini Ostrom, who is bomewhero
In t'onnei-tlrnt. and thh l.u icgarda ns a
Blrnngti reatuiw nt thn transaction.
Mrs. Itakfi's friends, mi Hie other hand, a
aert that the two tine mwji'il In bo married,
nnd that thern l nothliii,' s'rango about the
nllnlr at nil. Tho two lri known each ottior
almo thlldiiooil. ,Mre. lial.nr Ins employed
counsel, and will f'.'lit the minulmeiit of her
iiinrrlagi1. Tho Sthrttei lire well known In
lltilo I'.trk. Albert ''riii-iMr, Mt. Hakei'a
f'tllivr. it Town Clerk loi a number of yeiirc,
llo has two sous on the New York police force,
one of thorn a ioundiim.ii.
TUB BRriVAZ OF DVBtNKSS.
Horeltlhop HIart Up In Reapana to tha
PiTrannnott, Kov. 14. The Plttabnrch Tlato
Glass Compnny has ordered that tho factory
at Tnrentum, tlio tiro nt Ford City, nnd tho
one nt Crystal City, Mo., bo started Monday.
This will che employment to l.ROO men. The
Chartered nnd F.lwood, Intl., plants will be
started In January. Tho cotnpauv has ap
plied for a charter In Michigan.
CmcAoo, Nov. 14. On Dec. 1 the four fac
tories of tho National Linseed Compnny, which
have been shut don'nelnre spring, will ba
opened. Thcso factories will employ '.'OO mon.
Tho oil and lead works manufacturing com
pany, part of the nbove system, opened Its fac
tory Just after election.
HoroiiTo.v, Mich.. Nov. 14.--The (Juecn
Mining Company nt Negnunco Is doubling Its
force, adding ZOO men, nnd the Mlllo mlno at
Vegaunoe will probably rosumo In tho near
fnturc. Tho Traders' min. nt Iron Moun
tain, Is putting 100 mere mon at work, Tno
Champion mlno, nt Champion, Is adding to Its
forces. Tho Lake Anollne. nt Ishpciulnc. will
start tin with (100 mon. nnd tho Winthrmi. nt
Ishpotnlng will lncreaso Its fortes. 'Iho Prim
rose, nt ."Kguuneo, will work nil winter In
etcad of closlnv, as anticipated. The Uogoblo
rnuco mines will add 1,000 men to the pres
MAiiMioito, Mass.. Nor. 14.- The "Dl.tmond
O" shon of tho b. II, Hoito Show Company Is
to ho reopened after.'a "tear's shutdown. Tho
shop employH from X'JO to 300 hands.
SI'iMMim:ui III,, Nut. 14. Tho Illinois
Watch Company resumed operations yester
day, and announced that Its factory would run
on full time. All of the company's travelling
men havo been ordered to tnko the load.
IiiltMiNUiiAM, .s'ov. 14. -'Iho Alnbamu Pipe
Works nt Bessemer, emplnt Ing lo0 men, gees
lntoblust on .Mini'.nv, utter it lencihy shut
down. Tho Howard Harrison Iron Company,
owners and oi erators or the p.trgest pijio works.
In, tlio, youth, mo bidders lor u; contriu'C of
2D. 000 tons of plno lorn water works syitm
In Baltimore. F. II. Nichols, VIco-Prosltlent
of the coiiipitny. Is now in Baltimore, and tho
prospects are that tho company will gut tho
contract. Six hundred and twenty-fhe men
are now employed by thu compnny, nnd Ihreo
out uf four pits are In blast.
Oneof.the local Iron inniiufacttirers this
week touk out a billing order from tho .South
ern Iron Committee for CO. 000 tons of plclron.
This represents n sale mado for delivery In
lime kb ordered at present freight rates.
The Woodward Iron Company Is preparing
Its No. 2 furuiico to fo Into blast again. The
company fired tin 200 more coke ovens this
week, and a coal mine, which lias been snut
down forjsome time, waa started up ncaln by
them. The company has uroirlscdrftU Its men
a raise of wages on Dec. 1.
205,000 Plnmlltr In Pennsylvania.
IlAiiuisuuita. Pa.. Nov. 14. Tho official com
putation of tho vote of tho State of Pennsyl
vania was completed at tho State Department
to-day. McKlnlcy and Honart received 728,
300 votes; Bryan nnd Sewnll, 4'.'7,127; Lever
ing nnd Johnson, 10,274: Palmer and Buckncr,
ll.noo;Matchettand Magulre, 1.US3; Bentley
and Southgale, 870.
This show a plurality of 301,171 for Mr
Klnleyand Hobartover Byran and Sewall. but
adding to the Bryan vote the vole cast In the
People's partr column for Bryan and Watson,
the plurality for McKlnley over Ilrvan Is re
duced to 205,070. The total vote cast fur Presl
dent was 1.1U4.3S7, an Increase of 1111,347 over
the vote of I80S. The Republican gain over
1HD2 was 213,280. The Democratic, loss was
nryas 80O Ahead In Wyoming.
CnsYENXE, Wy Nov. 14. Complete unofflclal
returns from all the counties in Wyoming, ex
cepting Big Horn, show the following result:
Three McKlnlsy electors, each D,S35: two Bryan
electors, each 0,871 : one Bryan elector, C.Otfo.
Congress. Mondell. Hep., 0,575; Osborne, Dcm.,
11.8117. From Big Horn county the Democratic
State Committee to-dny rrcelted returns from
enten precincts, and now claim to have returns
from twelve of the twenty-two precincts In the
county, showing a net Democratic majority of
electors of 20 votes and 2il for Congressman.
The Republican committee has returns from but
two Big Horn lonnty precincts, showing a Uo
publtcan majority of 43. The Itepubllcnns
chum that thu ofllcial canass of the Mate will
show that they have secured one elector.
Ilea. Baca the lreaa for &50.O0O.
Charles A. Ileal, lately candidate for Congress
In the Twelfth district against George B. Mc
Clellan, who defeated him. has begun an aetlon
for libol. through ills counsel, John J, Adams,
against the New Vork Pren, asking for $50,000
damages. The summons and complaint were
e-rvedon tho defendants yesterday. The alleged
libel arises out of the charges made by the VrtM
against Mr. Hess that he paid $5,000 to Amasa
Thornton aud others to procure his noinina
tien and for use In the district to purchao votes
for him on election day. The Prriw declared, the
complaint alleges, that Hess was a non-resident
In the district, and. It is alleged, made other
Mrynn's Netrakis Plnralltr 13 000,
LtNCOI.S. Neb.. Nov. 14. Although the of
ficial canvass has not yet been made by the
State Board, returns have been nbulnod from
the State that shos- that Bryan has carried It
by 1:1.100. Tno sole will reuch In the neighbor
hood of 220.000 or 10.000 greater than eter ho
forocast. The figures from every county but
one, nimall one, glte Br) an 115,240 and Mc
Klnley lO'.'.lbt). The tabulated returns show
that Bryan carried 08 countle. In tho Mate and
McKlnley 22. Tho MtKlnley counties com
prlsrd the large tiilis, while the others were
countirs polling less man 2,000 votis In most
A X.teutenant-Gavcrnnr'4 Election Declared
Caiibos, Nev Nov. 14. In an opinion ren
dered by Attorncy-Ueneral Bratty he holds
that there is no vacancy in thu ofllooofthe
Lieutenant-Governor during tho period when
the powers and duties of Governor are devolved
upon the Lleutenant.Gov en or: thnt no va
cancy In the oltlco of Lieutenant-Governor lies
ever existed or now exlots in the Male since the
dentil of the late Gov. Jotin II. Jones, nnd that
the election ot a Lieutenant-Governor nt the
last election was a nullity.
Breckinridge Waiii u County Vote Thrown
LofiflVIt.I.E. Ky., Nov. 14. -Col. C. P.
llreckinridgo's call on Gov. Bradley yesterday
afltrnoou was undoubtedly preparatory to a
1 outlet against CongrefMiiHn.eleL-L Ssutlle of the
t-'evt-nlli timrirt. I'ol. llreeklnridgo wants the
vote of Owen county thrown nut. It thl- is none
it will elect him and all thirteen Republican
Helurn oTSO Aarmt!y District CitnTnased
fbe Board of County Cnnvassers completed
the work of canvassing the electlnn returns
from live Assembly tllstrlcta yesterday. Re
turiiH from twentj-ix districts have bten cell
viii.red. The llonid oxpecls to complete the
canvass next Wednesday nnd to declare tho re
sult on the lollowing Friday.
True lrmncruey of Missouri.
St. Lotus. Mo Nov. 14. The Notional Dem
ocratic party fctaio Committee ot Missouri met
yesterday and ollicl.-iily nnnoiinccd that It tins
tome to bin), nnd will extend to the Biyiui De
mocracy no terms of petite or bui lender which
have nny rni. unions attached. It declares It
self a peimanent pilltlml party in Missouri
the true Democracy of thu State.
lleserter Jo!inftn Captured.
Arthur O. Johnson, 17 years old, who de
serted from the United States training ship
Coiibtellatlon on the night of Nov. 8. was cup
tnred jesterday In the Pcuiiailvnuiu 11 nil road
station, Jersey City, Johnson nnd nnulht r boy
named Wllllnm C'nvmingh Inner' d a heavy
inuncli from the Uon-tcllutlon, vv.ilch Is lll.lg
oil Ncwpoit, R. ,. and readied thu i-lioro wlih
out being discovered, Johnson h)s they had 11
huld time of it for a week. They llnnlly bepa
luted, and John-tilt ui.-.iln his w.ty through
Rhode Island and Connecticut to New York, en
during uuiny hnrilHhlns on iho vvnj .
When he was arreted In .Ii rey City he was
willing to give himself up, Later in the day hu
was turned over to W, D. Bariley, one of tho
officers of tho Constellation, and taken buck to
Newport. Mr. linrtley Intlm.iteil that the nfll
cerhof tlieelilpwenil.nl parllcularly anxious
tiKalchCnvntiiigh. ns tin had been very unruly
nnd IiriI given them a groat deal of trouble.
Ht. PatrleU Hnclety Men Didn't Pity.
Over fifty members of tho Ht. Patrick Society
In Brooklyn have been dropped from the roll.
They had all been In arrears for their dinner
tickeU for tlio last two annual reunion uf tho
Once tried become tho fnvor- r-aj.sjBjiBj
ito cntlinrtic unci family tncill- Unll
cine, Thuy win fnvor evory. J IjBBSfS
where mid sales are ntplilly in- " UBulUs?
crn.iblui:, llu nuro to et JIiiikI'b. 'jric. Tlio
only Pills to take, with liuoiPa ti.irs.ip it'llhi.
I f ) J, I
is here Tho crisp, cold air is lively
enough to inaka you feel its presence
Wo are just as well prepared to "over
coat" you as we have always been to
"suit" you Our high-grado Beavers,
Kerseys, Chinchillas, Montagnacs, etc.,
made to your order for
NO MORE j $15.00 j NO LESS
are values that double the money would
hardly purchase elsewhere.
WD G. LOFIOS & CO.,
10 BRANCH SAIXSUOOUS IN THIS CUT.
Wholesale Woollen House, Tailor Shops
and Mail Order Dapt., 568 to 578
Broadway, Cor Prince St.
SeK-meuaurementa nnd Bunsplea Sent,
Sun lliilldlncr, nesr tirtdire. (Open oTenlnics).
4I n-iirrr Ml. 11 Il'iviiy, Arcnils llolldlnc.
:a vVhltrli.ill st.
Iqull.tiiin llolldlar, IBOllroailwartith floor),
l'.isl i ltitllnlii-:. u.M lirosilvvay (ilth fltsir I
Alts tlroitilvv v, tiet. I'rlncn and llmiMton.
lllll IErouvviv. neur ttnih. lOpeaevelilligl).
lvtSlh Ssi, nnd X,exliiKtun Ave. (Open evenings.)
New ar': Prosit st , near Market (open cvenlnjrs).
Allivnj S.' South l'earl st. (oiienarenlngs).
Troy 'Jut Klvcr st.
sao a jtunxit.tx.
Pnthetle Story In the Iledleatlnn or Slder
Hitzcnrd'n Latest Novel.
Sah Fkanciico, Nov. 14.-Rider Haggard
dedicates his latest Lovel. "Tho Wizard." to
" Nada Burnbam. who ' bound all to her,' nnd
whllo her father cut his way through hordes of
the Ingabo regiment, perished of tho hardships
of war at Buluwayo May 22, 18110."
On this dedication hangs ono of the most
pMhutlu stories of South African life. Fred
Burnbam, tho American scout who killed tho
Matabele ptoplict Mllmo, told this story re
cently to friends In Pasadena, Cal where he Is
now staying. Burnham Is so modest despite
his fame ns iv scout that he passed through New
York last spring aud camo clear out to Califor
nia without meeting a single reporter.
Nulla Burnham was the first white child born
at Buluwayo, Lohengula's capital, after Its
occupation hy tho whites In 'Ot, nnd died
there of hardships when the town was be
sieged by natives. Tho Burnhams wero In
Matabeleland, the country de-crlbcd In Hag
gard's novel. "Nada, the Lily," when that
work appeared. Mrs. Burnham was so im
pressed wilh Itie beauty of the name Nada.
which means Lily In Hie native tongue, that
she named her baby after the heroine In Hag
Llttlo Nn!n, having this rnmantlo dis
tinction, naturally became a great favorite
in thu i-etllemoiii. and being withal a win
some baby, "bound all to her." as Haggard
remarks 111 tho hook dedicated to her. The
nntiv ns having been vanquished and peace re
stored, Bulnwnyo rapidly tilled uu with white
people, but there were as yet few comforts and
and 110 schools. Having business In England.
Burnham resolved to take his eldest child, now
a boy of ten. to that countrv to place him
Inxcnool. Mr.s. Burnnamarcompanlcd him, but
Nadu was lefi with friends In Buluwayo. While
the parents were In England, the second native
outbreak occurred In Mutabeleland. They hur
ried hack, but when they nrrlved they found
Buluwayo besieged by thousands of well-armed
blacks, the women and children of Biliuwayo,
1.10U In number, were huddled Into the market
house, a large frame structure In the centre of
town, wnlle tne men defended the laager.
All had loliveon tieef, meal, nnd poor canned
goods, and nuturnllv tho joung children snf
fered worst. L'uld winds also nwept through
the big building, and many fell 111 of pneumo
nia. Among tlieue was habv Nada. Mrs. Burn
hum Miicerded In reaching Buluwayo. under
nrmeil est orl. through a country teeming with
sat ages on llio warpath, ilvo days before her
bab'd death. The little one was alreadv too
far gone to reeL'ul?e its mother. Tne death
steue was most pathetic. The nrnyers of the
people, nnd n mother's tender enre and love
(mill nut rcvlvo Nailn. tho fading Lily, and so
tl.u falre-l (lower In the dark continent per
ished. Wliat niHile tho cao sadder was that
Burnnara was In tlio Held fighting and conld
not reach Huluwavn to attend his child's
funeral. It was in London thnt thn Burnhams
renewed nciunlntance with Rider Haggard.
'I he novelist was deeply nffeeted by the fate of
the child, and thus dedicated to her his latest
novel of African life.
SAItllVO 111K 111 TRK T3IE.VSBT.rKS.
The Gneavvellrrs Hound Up Their Itiirclnr
nnd Then Sent for the Poltee.
West On.vKor, Nov. 14. Just beforo 4
o'clock this morning Ferdinand Uns&wcIIer
heard strange noises In Ills butcher shop,
over which ho and his family live. The
butcher got his son out of bed and both
started to Investigate. The son lighted a
tmall kerosene lamp nnd the father granted a
broom, that being tho only available weapon.
The men hurried down stairs, and Just as they
were aliout to enter the store they heard the
frontdoor cluso and hiiw n man run across the
street. Mr. (Jossweiler nnd his i,on went into
the hook keepei'Map.irt men t, nnd Iheie, crouched
in one comer, was a man, Mr. Oossweller
grabbed the thief, and his sou gm a pleLe of
rope and tied the tellow's hand and legs and
henl word to the WrM Orahgo police station,
1 ollceiueii Brotheis ,inl t'ooilit answered the
summons und took the inptured burglar to thu
police station, ntnl llieio he was rettignled as
William Miihalian. .Mon.vl.fi uiliiililuil that ho
un not the only one wl o Pad "iitcred tho place,
but ho would not suv whether he had one or
two path with him. lie is aliout 21 vears old,
Lntram e wn . gullied to the (iin-Hwellcr store hy
pr ing open . 1 side window with a ehlsid. The
ta-h draper was robbed of 11 Utile change, nnd
on lb" counter was found a lot of t hops, steaks,
nnd li'ilngn.i wrapped up and ready to bo taken
nwnv. 'Ill" police huvii coiiio in llio 1 nii'duslon
thai Monalitiii is ono of it gang ot local crooks
who liavu I cell operating Mlicessfully In the
Oraugin for over it vi nr.
Knlsucn of JLtlinr Convention.
IlncilKSTr.lt, Nov. 14. At this morning's ses
sion of tho Knights of Labor Convention Dele
gates O'Reilly of Assembly 220 of Brooklyn,
Cooney of Assembly 41) of New Vork, Oeuernl
Master Workman Sovereign, nnd Foreman
Bishop agreed to act in connection with tho
Tight Work Coopeis of Rochester In their
efforts to compel the Rochester brewers to use
hiiinu-mado pncUnges Instead of mnclilno-mnde
oooiU 1 1 inn Cincinnati, Milwaukee, und other
A teltgram fiom Lcadvllle. Col., congratulat
ing the AH-iiiuhly, pnrticiilnily Mr, .Sovereign,
nnd ei dori-ilig tho l-ilier'n "slulesinaiillko" ml
tires, was givnn oul, A telegram from thu
'light Worn Coopers of New York, Brooklyn,
mid JiTMiy City slitting thai that organization
hud dei lured fur uiiwi'gaiiuillou Into one, asBem
hi) of Kn. glits was leci'ivoil.
'llio distillled iUestlou of Jurisdiction between
mined dlslrlclH mol 411 In New York. 220 In
Binoklyn. UiT In Jersey ( it v. and Building
Ctiiisiruclois' Assembly 2.1.1 In NewYoik win
dually settled. Absoluiu jiirinliillon over the
building Industry for a iiidlus of twenty-five
miles tiniu New York Cltj Hall was grunted
District Assembly 2115. , ,
'lliu (leiural A-einhly passed resolutions en
dnrl:ig thu Logan Immigration hill and In.
ttiueleil lis legislation cnmiiiitlte to do ull in
its power lor III" passing of the bill.
It. wns tlecliltd to send delegates nmnng the
minors to instruct them mure fully lu the alms
u( tho Knights.
Col. Toivneeud'a MnrrlaBe Postponed,
The wedding of Col, Robert Townsond of tho
District Attorney's iifllco nnd Miss Kdythe
Farle of Nnrrngnnsett Pier, which vvns to havo
taken placo In St. Thomas's Church on Tuesday
evening, has ben Indefinitely postponed. Miss
EarlelHattho Park Avenuu llotol very III. aud
It will bu somo weeks at least beforo she will be
able to go out. Col. Townsend said yesterday
thai as soon as Miss Karle'b rondltlon permitted,
the marriage would tuke place III Wl. Thomas's
at thu tame hour ns was set fur it on Tuesday
X.ONO IBLAXn CXir IWSB XttXBD
TlJT aill.VBSK 1'I.A.X,
Illn Civil Service "CxnmUntlona or I'.leo.
lion Inspector llld Not (l.tln the Aim
lirevnl of tlelTeraonlnna Trylns to
Onst tho Major Tram Ibe City Unit.
As an outcome of tho civil service examina
tion through which Mayor Patrick Joromo
Gleason of Long Island City compelled all ap
plicants for positions on the Kloctlon Boards of
thnt city to pass previous to the recent election,
a bench warrnnt was yesterday Issued for his
arrest on nn Indictment nccuning him of vlo.
latin g tho election laws In tbo matter of ap
pointing Inspectors ot election. But whllo a
deputy sheriff Is going about w Ith a bench wnr
rant for the arrest of the big Mnyur, tho latter
has tho satisfaction of knowing that for tho
first time In the hlstnryot his city an election
has passed off without charges uf fraud.
In former years Inspectors were appointed
from the IIsIb furnished by Iho general commit
tees of ench political faction. A muddle fol
lowed each electltli nnd tho courts were gen
erally called In to scttlo the dispute. Initio
Mayoralty election njear ago Glenton narrowly
escaped losing Ids seat through blunders und
fraud. This year thu JtlTersoiilan wlngol tbo
Democratic party was tho first to lllonllstof
names selecled to reproent Iho pnrty ns Inspec
tors of cloctlun. 'Iho list contained 100 names.
Ulcnson promptly 110 tilled them tint thu caiidl
dales vvou'tl havo to submit tun civil service
examination, Only tlilrty-livo out ot thu ono
hundred appointees put In nn appearance,
nnd they fulled to pass tho examination.
The General Committee ot tho Jcllcrsou party
was notified and another batch of names wns
submitted. In the moan time the Republicans
filed llielr list of nominees and four subsequent
examinations were hi Id. at which a email per
centage of the applicants pnvscd. and In the end
the Repiihlii alls ipMalltlcd their 1110 appointees,
but the JviTrrsutiH wore still short, mi Hint It he
came neiessary to 1111 up tho vacancies by ap
pointment in order to havo Hie list completed
lielnin tlio 1st of Doiob-r. as proi hied by law.
In every Instance. Major l,lcaon nssurts, tne
Jellersou party was untitled of the examina
tions, nnd public notli o wns also given In tho
local newspapers. Mayor Ulcison tleclarod
that thu edition- law gave him tho
power to cvnuiliiu applicants as to their
lltntM fur positions on the Llection Boaids,
Ills claim was not lontestud nt tho time, and,
wlillo tho me 1 appointed hy him served on tho
Board of ReglstnUlon.lt was not mull n few
days before i-lrclliui. or tlvu dais after the up
poliitmculs hud been made, that an) claim of
Irregularity wns made by thcJcuVr-ruiluiiB, win)
thru appealed before Justice (jaynoraiid naked
to have Hie electlnn machinery of theelly upset.
.lUbtlio (iiijnor denied thu motion, asserting
thnt I (nny oil ence was commit ted It was n crim
inal one. The election followed, nnd even those
who objected to tho civil hervlcu examination of
Inspectors ailmtlled thut It was the most orderly
election over held In the city.
Immediately following the election the Grand
Jury convened, nnd ouu of tho ll:sl mntu-rn
hi ought to lt.s attention was Major lileai-on'a
alleged violation of tlio Llection law. A
leak was nl-o disc ivercd In the Grand Jury
Whllo that body wns deliberating upon the
election mMter it Is said their proceedings weio
openly ennva-sed In bsrronms. and even the
manner In which tho vote stood vras.lt Is al
leged, mado public property and found Its way
into print, ...
Following tho Issuing of the bench warrant
for the til rest of tllea-on District Attorney
Noble sprung a second eensntlun by calling Ju
tko llnynor'M attention to the alleged lenkage In
the Grand Jury n am. Justice (Inynor dlrectod
the Clerk of the court tu mako a notu or thu
matter and havo the charges Investigated by
Hie next Grand Jurj. He said It wits it serious
offence, as the Grand Jury was sworn to -ccrecj-.
nnd lis could not believe that any member ot
that body had violated his trust, but was dis
posed to think that soma eavesdropper wits ro
spoiislblu fo- tho proceedings of that body be
Wlille ill mis was going on In court Deputy
Sheriff l)e Braggit was chasing around in -earth
of Mayor lilcason, who had started for New
York city 011 business. Then Peter U. Linlnger.
one of Long I-land City's reformers, took u
whack at iho absent Major. As guardian of
Frederick .1. Alsteln he mailoappli atioti lieforu
County Judge Garretson to have .Major Gleasnn
removed as recelverof the City Unit property
occupied by the city. As the Major whs not
represented In court, tho m itler was postponed
for a week. When Mayor Uleasou got hack tu
his office lat evening he found he was wanted
on all sides. Ilo said he bad liarnvd hy the
evening papers that he was wanted, hut up to
that hour ho had failed to Und tho deputy
sheriff. Ho promises to cite his opponents
plentr of light.
Protection ror Farmer an IVell nn Mnnn
fnelurera. Washington. Nov. 14. For the first tlmo In
sevoral jeara tho Executivo Committee of the
National Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, sub
mitted to thnt body to-day an unanimous re
port. This report embraced a gre.vl many top
ics, chief among which was a demand on tho
tariff question. Acting upon the asuiiptloti
thut a tariff bill Is to lie formed by the Hft
llfth Congre--, llio 1 ommtllte Mibmits a report
deiuitndliig that equal protection be given the
far.ner as Is given the uianufat turer or inner
class of citizens affected hy a rev eiiue incisure.
No expression is given 011 the expo-t bounty
ipestion, but the ailmisslon Is intuit that pos-.
l.ly the farmer may derive -omo benetlt fiorn
this lollcv. The report will be under i'im-.ldVra-tlon
during the evening seniioii. Tins afternoon
Hie delegates tailed at the Executive Mansion
and paid their rcspLCls to the Pieslileut.
Commlatilonar Xllller's rtiieeepaor.
Washington. Nov. 14. While tne Hon. Wil
liam S. Forman will say nothing about his in
tention w Ith respect to tho Cnmmls-ioncrshio of
Internal llevenuo which has been tendered him,
It Is understood on authority Hint bhould be re
liable that he will accept tho proffered place. It
is quite likely that thnrece-8 appointment may
be innilcearly mxt week, osiiilv on .Monday.
Cominlssjoiivr Miller Is anxious to us-uino his
now duties with the Ihiltlmoiti corporation of
which he has been cli-ited ft e-Presideut, and
will sever his otllclal relations nt the earliest
momint possible. .Mr Formaii M em tno hours
with the nuiiiiisslont r to-day going over tho
work of tho ilepnrtmi'iH. It Is prnbnhln that,
even If he iiialilles on Mondnj, Deputy Coin,
ml-sloncr Wilson will he placed In charge until
the new Commissioner's return from Illinois,
Oi-n. Vlnernt on the Itetlred 1. 1st.
Wasiiimitiin. Nov. 14. Qcn. Thomas M.
Vincent. Assistant Adjutant General, will bo
placed on the retired livt of the army to-inor
row. having remind Die age limit. Ilo wa
born In Ohio In ls.P.', and graduated from tho
Military Acudemv In LS.'ill, entering the nrill
Irry asa r-ccnud Lleiituiiniit. Hoitiidered valu
able service during lln war. for winch lie whs
brevetted Lieutenant-Colonel. Colonel, and
Jlrigadler.Goucial. At present he has charge
of the inllliarj Information Division.
Tent or Armor IMnle,
Wasiiimitiin. Nov. 14 Tho naval ordnance
officers tented at the Indian Rend proving
ground to-day a, lUVit-'licIi barhotto plate made
hy the Carnegie Company, representing Hi s
class of nrmor, for the Ivenrsargn and I. 11
tucky. The plale was attacked with a lO-incli
gun, two sliols being llred. 'I hu prolectiles
failed to penetrate the plate, breaking on its
face, insuring tho acceptance of tlio armor.
WAsniNGTON. Nov. 11. -These army orders
havo been Issued:
The following changes lu iho duties nnd stations
of ordnance onhcrs are ordered! Capt. William
CroMer Is rellovot from duly In New York clt) as
a iiieiubor of the Ordnance Hoard and will report to
the Chief or Orduiuco Tor duly a an aulmani lu
his offlcu. Capt. lr.mli K, IIoIiIh will be rellu.ed
from ilutj ut Waiervlu I vrsruil, West Trnj. hy thu
roilirsandllu oflletr or tli.it ar.noll mid will report
for dulj to the riiiilii.ill'lln nnlirr, VVnteiluwil
Arsi'ii.il, Wivloriovvn, 51 is 1 iri l.ieut. diaries 11,
Wheeler will li'i icluwcil from duly at Uulcrlimii
Arsenal, Waierionn, M.m , oj lue cniiiiuaiuliiiK
ofllrer of that arsenal and will report to Hie l,nlef
or Urilnniieii for uul) 11 s ail as.lslMiil lu his ottleo.
Tho fullmvliiif en ingo lu llio elation mitt ontcers
of the nicdl-al depaitmeiii am uidere.li Major
John J, Hull, surgeon, will he rolleveii from iiuiy
at MaillMiu imnaiks, ,S'. -. hy the toiiiiiiandiiig
ofllror of tnut post, and will report tu iho com
maliullig ollk-t-r or Tort WaiKworlli fur duly at
that pint, 10 reliete Major Ldvvaril T. Coiiu-kjs;
Jlalor Coiiiesys, upon helng lelieved, will rLport 10
Hie cniuiuaii nn,.' ofilcrr of I orl bill, uxianoiiiu Ter
ritoij, fur duty at mat post.
Ihu rolluivliig lioinl hs heen appointed to meet
at l-'iilcaeo for the exaiiiliiatlun of onicers jor pro
11 otloni Col. llouerill. Hall, lourtn lnfamrj;
uol. Marshall I. Lii.llugton.Assi.taiil yuarlomissier
Uenoral; J.lcut.-Uol. Alherl llarlsuO, "epmy our
geoiiuenerali I.leut.-Col. William A. Khleruin,
Aamstuat cuiniuissary General ortloor of subtle,
lencei Oapt. Norton strong, us.litannurgeuui
ilrsi Lieut. Kilward II. llroivue, lourtn lufautry,
Copt. o. M. Smith, Commissary of Subilttenoe, Is
ordeied Pi-fore the Hoard.
Major J. V. Lauderdale, surgeon, was today
paced on tne retired list.
John T. Foater'n Funeral,
Tb funeral of John V. Foster, Secretary of
the Now Jersey State Republican Committee,
will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow ' nt thu South
Park Presbyterian Uiurrli In Newurk. The
Rev. Lyman Whitney Alien will preach the
, tuucrnl eeruion, t
- s " m
Fi TT 1 that wero never dreamed oi until our Chair Factory began tl
llPl.llllPP lQlIPP io CUT DOWN VIUCES. Wo otter Bargains that will :;H
lllllllllly VallltiSS rSi.f"eMtoMw
THIS CUT SHOWS 0 CHILD'S OIL CIjOTH S
WHITE ENAMELLED BEOS. te-fpj utpu puna jjjljujl. ,
TTVk. HIGH LHaIH. Sampson's no 2 oil cloth, h
PC &2Zr l . . OIL OLOTPI RUGS FOR PAH. H
igU lySffi, SOatl ftWll,RinB LOR STOVES: S
p4k2Srf JrFir BlleIf WohilYO lyardsquaro . . 2.1c. t H
IV LJ ! P L thorn in oak and IsU lc. H
II INsJl Onrpols and floor oil cloth LAID :M
F Jt SnI -JJ H Mul'k l PriC' FllEE within our wa"ou roulos. JH
BRASS TRIMMED. RELIABLE MAKK. j 1 fity "MORRIS" CHAIRS. S
all sizns-oNi: price. n,jn.p pnPKsTR THE LARGE COMFORTABLE '
55 ffiR blilLUo nUUrUn, EASY CHAIRS that bear tho
vrj)U..HC. Wood scat, n namo of "MORRIS " aro known 'MM
Wovon Wiro Springs, with wit.h nnus tewSSJw? telnln0 ontiro ,Ittnd, H
Prthlo Siinnor s BTb ftn1 0l:ni1" nTflH PURCHASED rocently ONE ;
Cablo bupporls I. SO , niPntlltion. VTTJ THOUSAND FRAMES in a crude !
wct- n trwinri'vimirirfie Sizoofsoat, 1 M B n state, and havo had thorn carefully spai
MATTRESSES ll.-, im-h- M I I retmiahod by our own Cabinet-
es. cherry WJ I U Jx makers OUR BARGAIN PRICES fl
Best Mako. Only Rollahlo Material Used. a II (1 oak lWyH 11 J j Will close them out quickly, aftflr H
Plain Excelsior I 14 "ish.B- PjMr4J which tho PRICE WILL BE H
limn ixcols-or fl. 7S Tho prlco ftgS MUCH MORE. COME AT ONCE M
Excelsior, soft top B.J8 b a r o 1 y wST S you wnut to s?curo one.
Excelsior, cotton top (bnst cut'tlng of WsB MORRIS EASY CHAIRS, H
pickin") . tho wood. 0 Mahogany finish, with fine M
NH sL Corduroy Cushion G. OS IH
Fibre, plain or cotton top j0. Samo witllout Cushion . . . 2.08 ;H
(best ticking) 3.50 fflfs-S.f HINING MORRIS EASY CHAIRS, jH
Fibre, Hair top (best ticking) 4.50 (& VjfV uihiiiu -n go,jd Qn yery -;H
iiTT- , t t- 1 v . iK U RflflM best Corduroy Cushion .. 0.08 '
All Hair (best ticking) up . .) Xm- nUUili , . . , , IjH
lllll ll SameChair without Cushion 3.0S vH
EXTEEMSIOIN3 TABLE, jJjJ CHAIR, ,.RPr .RM A & :;
Solid Oak, vLsu5T fiSS&SGttH I M
Ir'M! HighBackwith PRPIiCD I iiTiTVVIl H
S-; - -sfe-??Hs? -r q q i nULIVtn, - TT Will 11
B 1 1 OTnTI idoakfromour w solid J, j I
W i U liiyCZISg fcrtfl own factorr. n A , firf 1 k iH
-2 L 98C. chair, our ffTjf .
6 feet-mark down price, other OAK AND MAHOGANY own makft 23uW B
sizes equally low, FINISH COAT TREES . .GO ma feSgEZijfflj fl
K BRASS AND ONYX TA- JL W '
i3.75. BLES, up 3.58 98c. B &T
EnRxRRH tsr?nGtlS fTSTJJ ffpi 9QtG ?nQ O I I OI II oil "BB
an wS EH 3fT ara H-, vp Wit 65 Hu SS ou. oil, oils IO -ad. I ,-MU
um B BlULEi a ygid9 mhm st., i. y.
SI OLE Til STIICIt HIS STOIiE.
Ilnrto WorketJ In tlncj's, itnd Kept m No.
tloa Hltop In lloboken.
Mlchaol Harte. an emiiloyeo of R. It. Macy &
Co., was arraisncil In JcfTcrson Market Police
Cob yestenlay hefore Magistrate Mott on a
chiirce of rohblnc his emt"lojers. Harle has
heen with tho firm for fifteen tears. He had
alwajs been fnuntl trustworthy, and sevoral
jearsairo ho was put In cliartc of the lace de
partment. When shortace' were found In his depart
ment Harte wa-. called to account, hut he could
nut explain them and said there inu-l he somo
inlstaae. Ho was not suspected of runndolnir,
an his record had heen a Kiiod ore. Articles
continued lo he ml-std. however, aud the store's
privato detective Let;an to work on the case.
Ills suspicions, a lat fell on Harte. He vvos
found to bu runnlnc a small nutlon store on
Summit avenue, llohoKen, where tut lived, and
It was believed that part of the stock had come
from Macv'i. Hartuuas arrested on Friday
nlcht "i he was leaving Macy's. Ho broke
down and acknowledged having sivludled thu
ills stock In lloboken was examined anil
Roods and Jewelry ere found In his iMiefsliiii
ticlmitriiitr to the MarvH, Harle saitl that the
Jeivelry hu bad Intended to return, as his con.
science na bi-clnnlni; to trouble turn. It la
tlioutrht that hi" Mealing extended for our nine
jtiir-.. Harte pleadril itullty to the charge of
pel It larceny, and was held link fault of hail for
The firm e-tlmales its loss at ovor ?1,000.
Harte, it n;nar, had been runnlnc the dry
kiioiIh store in IliihoVen for over a ea- and a
half. Ills wife attended to ll w hlle he wa-. In
New York, lteceiitlv Ills wile died, and tho
store has heen III charge of it Miss Fox, Harlo's
con In. The neighbors nld t Imt he did mute a
good buiness, n the bIoio had beioiue knouu
for Hie cheapiitss of 111 wares.
CAUTIOUS M MII.il:. Ill: MOIT.
Ele lleellnea In OrJrr the lEettirn of Mr.
(nte'N I-nal. Hlolrn. nntl l.rot Mom-v.
Jiilin W. Ciates, 1'ies.dent of thu Illinois Mcel
Company, vv ho tlroppt d hi- pockelhook contain
ing SD00 on the floor of the dining renin of the
llotol Waldorf on Friday evening, was lu Jet
ferson Market Court yesteidny morning to
mako complaint agaiusl I.udwlg (inii'sendnrf
nml Krlts llruuieer, lliu w.ilttrs, who found it
nnd kept SM'.lo of tlio money. The men pleaded
guilty. Mnglstmto Mott commuted them to
answer, ami lleticllvo West of tlio Wiudorf
asked the Court to Instruct him to return thu
money lo Mr. llatus, who required it to uso at
" 1 shall do nothing of the sort, replied the
Magiitr'tto. "ll is not mi long ago that one of
the old .Itiftlceh wa sun! for f.", nun for iihiMiil'
such all iirdei, ami I am not going lo i.tv mv slf
liable ton suit for this ininiey nny Mine tlurliii;
fliovfiir. Tne iiiinii v must In- held mini iho
easels tried, and If thn-e men are pinied Inno
cent the money inu-l go m tliem."
"Ilni Ihey admit taking It." Mild West.
" I don't care anv thing about Unit, 1'vo told
ton I will not direct its return, ami 1 mean what
Tile peculiar part of Ihocaso Is that Mr, n.ttes
had received his ney buck on Friday night
nfler the vv alters wi n arresltd. Hut when they
were taken to the liiiioii house I'nlltn Captain
Chapman told llelet tivo West that the) would
have no rne unless tin-y got I lit- lost monej and
iiorkelhook for iniileiire Deli etivo Wt-t then
weiil bai k to llio W nldnrf llolel, explained tho
circumstances to Mr. Hates, nnd said:
" We'll iii-eil the iiimiey mid pm kellmoK for
evlili-nio In -our ; dl mil lend It tons, n:nl
to-morrow the Maglsiiato will return It."
t-o, tti lie iiccoiiimoiliiiliig. .Mr. lialos handed
over his pockeihiok and the money.
The I'nne lo ('rente More Cardinal!,
Information has been received In this city
from Rome thnt llio next Consistory will bo
held the hitter part of the present month, nt
whlch.lt Is iillliiued, llio Cardinals who were
appointed at the last Consistory will receive the
red hat. These Cardinals aro Jarobinl, Anil
ardl, Ferrata, and Dl I'ielro, who were uhseut
from llmnii i Hie time "f their appolntcienl.
In nddlllon to Imestliig tho t ardlualu nl
ready unpointed, it is siinl Hint llm Ropo will
confer tbo honor of Hie ( atdlnalate upon two
other illstlnguisliid etilesiastlis. The llisi of
those Is 1'. I'.erolll, Mastcrof the Sacred l'.ilace,
and the second Is Cannii Frisco of thu .Metro
politan chapler of Nanles. Tlio former is a
member of the Order cif bt. Dominlo and thn
latter U tho moat dlstliiBUlahed tbtoloslnn in
Htaot Her Husband nnd Ulllett Ilrrseir.
Sit.nx, Mo., Nov, 14. Mrs, AbnorCox yester
day afternoon shot her husband twice, mortally
woundlnt; Iil. "n(l en ll0t herself, tlylni; In.
stantly. Mi left a riiinlillne letter to her
, father whUli throws no llL'ht upon thestlulr.
ROBBERS AT TOTTENVILLE.
T1IVY 11EGA.V WIl:lC AS SOOX AM
THE 1'Ol.lCE iri'.UF. JCEMOreD.
Tbe Police Forer IViin Trnnsrerred tn Ntw
Urlcbtnn tt Wftk Ann, itnd on Frlttnr
Nlcht Ilurclnra Tried Tbreo Honor
j Ancrx CltlEena llemnnd lrnlectlon.
A week ago the small force of police which
: had heon maintained for many years in tho vil
lage of Tottenville, S. I., was transferred to
West lirfghlon antl I'ort Richmond, much to
the Indignation of ihe Business men ai.d resi
dents of fottcavllle. On Friday night burglars
tried three houses in the little village, and
jesterday the town was flooded with circulars
calling for a public. mas meeting to demand
, police protection.
The houses entered by the thieves aro all near
' tho water front, and it is believed that the
t burglars came across from New Jersey In boats.
I Tlio residence of C. S. Vldeon, on Hopping ave
nue, was entered about lli.'lO o'clock. Mrs.
Vldeon is ill, and hir brother vvns sluing up to
nttend her. He heard some nnlso on the ground
floor but paid llttlo attention tn It until shortly
beforo midnight ho went down stairs to get
1 somo vvaler. Then he found a back window
I and the kluhen door wldo open. Tho whole
1 lower floor hHil been-ransacked. Mi. Vldeon's
, bank hooks were found on the floor nnd tho
1 papers In his desk were scattered nbout, but
j Homing was missed except it few dollars which
' had been taken from a pcrkethook. Tho foot
J prims of two men were found about the house.
'I ho burglars w uro frightened away from tho
residtnioof Niefus .lourneav, on Amboy road,
about ,' o'clock. There an entiance wasefTeeted
through a Iront vv inilnw, which was fastened
open and thu iliuirs ili-artd away tu afford
intaits of hasty exit, 'ihe fiont tloor was also
opened. One burui.ir went al once to Ihe sec
ond floor nun etueicd thu liedrcoii occupied by
two filler ly ladles One ot them was awake and
u light was b ruing in the hall. Tim burglar was
in the mini1 le ot the room when the lad i-aw him
and she called mil : " hat do vou wain V" nnd
brum lo rci 1.1111 for help. Her cimiiunloii
awoke, saw ihe man, and added her cries to iho
ala i in, '1 h" biirghir was a etout man, the Indie
say, nml had n slouch lint pulled down over his
luce. He tur .til to protect Ills face as soon as
he found Unit liu was discovered, nnd then ran
down the sta r-. llu had hardly time lu
close the front door before persons sleep
ing on the first floor, hearing tne
outcry of the ladles, ran up the stairs which tho
huiglar hud ili'stfiidcii an Instant before. Ills
supi used that he must have been just outside
the front dour, as hu was heard lo iiintiirtho
id.i.'H and urn nml thn house a minute lain,
'llie ladles In tho houso were so hadl.v fright
ened that they would not lot the men pursue
the burglar. All hour later lliu police wero
The I bird Iiohfo visited was that of William
I), i'rerh lis, i urner uf Amboy road and I. Hint
illume 'I hue the Inns,, wns i liuiouchly ran
sacki'il, boih the first and second Hours I lo-ets,
desks, nnd bureaus were emptied of their con
tents. Mr Frerh'hs's clothing, vvhfrli was on a
chiilr lusiile thu bed w here hiinst If and wife
weie asleep, was leisurely searctied and left in
Nothing wa taken hut some loose change nnd
it pockelhook i oiitainlngS'-'O. Tlio rubbery was
not discovered until tho family awoke In the
morning. 'Ihe put ketbook. from which lliu
money had hi en taken, was fnund in the yard.
Yesterday thu village Hwnrme.l with police,
and Capt, lilakilid 111 tho sunich for clues, but
tho burglais left uu itnce.
n. t, coiMiKiri: Muitnr.nr.n.
Ids Hkeletnn Fnuntl In (It Wsodt-lVsi He
Tlnl In n Trrr I
Couiieiispiiht, I'., Nov, H. The discovery
of n skeleton In tho woods In MtKeui county,
fliumllos west uf the I'n'.ter c omit liue. u'l
Woiliiunla by Karl Frank, n plic.iK.iiit liuiiier,
dlsilosed n murder and solves the mysteiysur
rounding thu uisappeiir.iucu two months agu uf
D, '1', Colgrnve, forwhtim eeaich vv ns maile for
three or four weeks. The Itlentilyof the skele
ton hn been iniiilet ertaln by Colgiuvc's brother,
wbo leiogiiUid parl uf tho tloihlng. The
skull had beon severed from the body nml lay
nt llio loot, while inn. of Ihe nnus was a m.
ait at. A wiiu wound nbout the bull oi lliu
triu unlit iiU-s i Inn Col.'iovi was either loi lined
lief ire being killed or else was left totlietled to
llio lite, nml after ficulli Ills boi.es weio pulled
apart by wild hasts,
ropier Mnclie Acatnat Wood arvliiuf.
The I'nlted Yinoil Carvers' Associations have
decided that thu headquarters nf ihrlr natluiial
body will bo ill Now York, It was announced
jrtcnliiy that the I'nltml Wood Carvers' As.
I cot'lailon of this illy will uke steps to keep
I tiwnertof buildings from being lmpntdupon hy
unscrupulous criiitraclurs, vvhnsulistltute papier
mueh6 and compos, sloii iiiiiuldlngs in luiiiailou
I si wood carving for the genuine urtld,
SUICIDE OF AX ESCAPED LUXATZO. . 'IH
Radolph ()arnzell Found Dead Teatarslav 1
on tbe Bronx Xtlver Boad. hH
Rudolph Qaenrell. an Insurance broker, was 1
fonnd dead on the Bronx River road, near Mt. viH
Vernon s eslerday with the arteries of bis wrists '1
' severed by a pocket knife that lay near htm. H
I Quenrell lived with his wife and eight-year-old
son on the third floor of the flat nouse 10 Ems vB
103d street, near Fifth avenne. He had aa in- V
surance agency at 1 Third avenue, and lived . jLBI
1S00 Lexington avenno until six months ago, 'jl
vvhen he was seized with brain trouble and .,H
I went to Germany for treatment by a Berlin ''1
I The treatment did not benefit him, and he re- M
turned to this countrv about two months ago-He
i remained at home until about three weeks since, 4H
when ut his own request he was taken to o pri- ll
rate sanitarium In Mount Vernon. Then Mrs. 199
Qnenzell removed lo the flat where she now re- Wd3
Mr. Quenzell escaped from the sanitarium on BHJ
Wednesday. His wife was notified at onco. and HJ
on Friday night William Dull, n friend of tho
familv. went to the East 104th street police sta-
tlou and caused a general alarm to bo sent out HB
for the missing man,
Hoand to Kill Ulniaeir. - flfl
Pasouale Domlnlco, an Italian, 33 years old, BJ
disappeared from the home of his brother Fran Bfl
cescoat.'iat Fast 100th street three weeks ago. B
He returned on Friday, nnd sat nbout the house ' Bfl
morose, and taciturn until nearly midnight, Bfl
when he announced that he was going out to 9fl
drown himself. Re started for the rirer, ami jfl
Francesco summoned hatf a dozen friends anil r ul
I followed him. '1 hut reached llio Harlem River BH
bank in tluiH to restrain Fasqunle from pluue Bh
lugoverhimrd. He fought his rescuers all lbs BFl
w ny hack to the house, and when he got tber BM
hetrlttl to lliroiv himself oul ot the second flfll
story vv Inilnw. He nits turned over In ihe po.
lice, antl vesierday ho was ,v. lo liellevuc flHf
Hospital for mental examination.
Sulelde or a PrtKcUer. HB
rr.itnv. Okln., Nov. 14. II. W. Thomas. . H
preacher at tl postmaster at bennett, Okla., com- IJ
mlled suicide to-tlay because he was several BJ
iiuiidrcd dollars miorl In atcount. He deeded 'Bi
properly lo his bondsmen before death.
rtlnnditrd Oil's ImproTemcnU nt t'onstnlo '.hJ
Improvements which will cost in tho neigh- !
borhond of SftuO.ouO will soon be In progress at 9J
thu refining plant of the Stnudard Oil Company 'BJ
al Constable Hook, N. J. Thn plant, which BJ
occupies several hundred ncres, is used exclu , -9J
nlvoly to refine oil fur lliu export trade, which iflj
has been Increasing siundily. until now It 'Bl
iimouiits to iihiiut S'lO.iltlti.OliO annually. Tho (SJ
fiicllities at Constitute IlnuK have hecuiue In- nj
adeiiuate. .mil hi older to supply the demand "HJ
exteiisln in Id It ions h iv e bet turn m crssarv. , H
Tho utuipiiiiv has spent Siln. ODD recently for 'SH
land at tin- Hunk, and llie iiddliluiial pUnt will ,
enable It to do it luis.r.ess of $ilii,(iOO,liOO a year
In oil fur t-xpnrl The rumoi that there would iBl
ho an tiullav of Si. Ton, lllll) lo double the capao- jffl
Ity of tint pro enl plant was errunrnus, dHJ
breaks up 1
The Vial fits your pocket ' I
The Price your pocketbook.
Tobreakupa o'd on limit liars a remedy handy,
to as lo uke It regularly. Tlilsls ouoof Ihoadsau-
uuei uf "7T." The vial nts jour retlDocstt-ll !
aln.ivs ready at hsud-not like the bl botlle of
couch ) rup that )uu hvo to Icavo at home ana dip
oul with a spuoii. and can only take an ocomloual i
Pr lluniphrrjs' Ho neopittilc Manual ot Dlseassi (
al yuur Uruiil.tt or lUllnl I rue. ,!
hiuull hollies of iilrasmt pellets tlttho vsttpookct. j
Bniii or Jruitgltts, or .tut on rdielpl of ii vvuu, e; ,
nu for l i iiiuuplireys' ld. Co, or. Wllllsui Ml ''
John sis., New York. M
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