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THE SUN. SUNDAY. JANUARY 1, 1911.
TABUTEAU GETS MICHELIN CUP
i xn.s to nr. at st o m:
miles is 7 nor its.
Ilrcnnl of lrlf From tear tn YrnrShr.ms
Mnnrllnus I'mcmx of xWntlon l!l
Oilier VtlfinriH let Uln Yostcriln)
oil(li Hlti In riiatinrl CtiiitvM.
!p;lil ( nblf ItttptUhrt 'i rilr St'.x
Paiiih. Dec. 31. The year rntleci with
u limy wools in th" avintlon world, us
330,000 fnincR iJnn.OtVli in pri.tM ili'pt'tiiloil
the luulli obtained by midnight
t i-nieht F.irmin mills 11 tlrsprrntf
foil to boat tho record tnado yostrrrlay
y T.ibutpiu for the'Michelin cup, but
Jllij nuvvi ...v ... V.W......IS ..... ' "
Bovii. .. jura.
Tho record for thK prize mirl the
proRixMs of aviation. Wricht won It in
100S vhen he roveie.1.ki-'yuy-elKht mile
In two and a third hour, in toon Farm in
recelveH,tho award of the cup for having
flown Uft mile in four and a qu.xrter hourt.
Veetcrday Tabute.iu won it witli a record
of 355 miles In Hevcn,hour.
Forty-two other nttempls to win the
cup were made to-dny A hitherto un
known aviator, Marie. appared in the
fleld nt Bun and flew 331 mlle.. IlreRiiet
covered 105 mllcj and Kommer 100.
Jane Herven made an ntiempt to win 1
tho Tn'ina" cup She covered ninety
miles in two hour?, which does not equal
Helene Diltrieu h record of 105 mile in
? hour and 33 minutes.
Wymalen become the winnnr of tho
Paris to KniMols and return race, for
which the Aulo Club offered a prlzo of
loo.ow) frnn-" (f.O.'iro The second and
third prizes In this content were not won
Lieut Camninrman takes tho Wpiler
military prir." of lo.'ino francs (V.oiv)',
H covered 143 mile in t hourt.
Th? Depardtiffln cup and 'JS.ono lranr
for the quickest 100 Idlometrrs. wer? wen
by Lautenf, who travplled thp distance in
1 hour and If; minutes
The anxiety to win prize was un
doubtedly greatly responsible for thre
fotnlitl thl week Caumont was try
lns a new machine with a view to com
peting tor the YVeller prie when he met
lth the nrcidrnt which cost him his life
at Fuc yt-sterday
I.c'Mion, Otc 31 - This was the last
day for tttals In Enpland for the Baron
Dj Korst prize of i:o,000 for the longest
flight, including th" crossing of th? Eng
lish I hann 1. mad? in 101V by an English
man In p.n Kncllah made machine, andalsi
for th- Michlin British Empire prizn of
JJ.S'jO for the longost flight by a British
avluor in a British made machine over
u marled r instil;
Thmaj b'nn'Mth. vears old. a tyro
inrv ii'i n wins th" Do l'orc?t prize by hU
f j-jlit of '74 miles on llocembcr 1 when
h? left Meij.i island in the morning.
crfKKl th" Ch nnel from Dover to Calais
and 1-ndod m the Belgian frontier. This
. tho en'n" d iv on which firaltamc-
l it" trot r i a bed accident while
f. II for i- st'nn prizr With the ex
it i :i of l pcii Cirar-e the ot.'ier com-
p i .! wor pro', pttftl from crossing
t 't nnj. by ba-l weith- . or defect
in i i machines
i1. K Ccdy. the . lravr Amori
p art .: nit trail 1 H -11 ? ubic..
H"' 1 . vIieh!in prix" H" ncendei at
1 r --inih thh morning atid flow op-
) ,l is l!i milu. The pre-. Inn
ii" f ih ye;r wt. I IT1-, mil''-, made
I O i i" i' Hyp. in Sussex. Ia-t Wwlii'M-
now f it moiMi:itir n. no?
Crrman. Way l.tir.tlon a Iot nnrt Ha-
ley Onl Coerei! l.ltIS Mllps.
)prr 'I i it'- D-tpijN'l ti Tnr se
Ill'.ttt in, )i?e. 31 - The bower Hhme
Aeronautic Society In proleted formally
Bgamst th ti ward of the James Ciordon
Bennett cup to the balloon America II.,
piloted by Alan It. Hawley. on the ground
that Mr HiwIpyV name was not an
nounced two motiths before the raci- In
accordance with th" rules of the A"ro
Club and hKo because of tho statement
of the Lcndrn Geographical Society
tltat the dUtancc covered liy th" Amerir.t
II was not 1,351 mile, as lUwley clainipd,
but 1 1V3 mile'.
For th"io reasons the aeronautic soci
ety hold that th" prize ought to bo
awarded to tho Germ m balloon Dilssel
dorf, piloted by I.ieut. (ioricke, which
mdo 1231) miles. Moreover, the society
alleges tint the dociiniiit relating the
landing of tho Anierici II. was writu-n
by a person who was not present when
the balloon landed and who had never
seen the balloon. A Berlin papr comment
ing on this siys:
"W" (ieim.iiis havo long enough ben
content to talt" second phco in sporting
evenix behind thp Ainoncans and l.nghsh.
To-day when wo can boldly compete
with them we must vigorously oppose
evpry attempt, every intrigue, to pre
vent our taking the place to which we
V. F. IUSIIOF TELLS OF MOIS XT.
Apprf platetl lllni a a Man us .Much n an
Lknox, Mtiss , Dee 31 Cortlanilt Field
Bishop, former president of the Aero
Club of America, when informed this
afternoon of the death of the American
aviator John B Moisant in New Orlean
"Moisant was a true American He
came over for the Belmont Park meet
expressly to delend th Bennett rup
ngRins.t foremn aviato.-s und his )luc;k
and performance wa one of tlw mol
remarkable Incidents in awa'ion
"I knew Moisani very well and appre
ciated him its e man as mueti as i diet
as an aviator Cine of the French mi.
nto.-H r. l!'lmon: I'arlc told nio that .Moi-
wirit was (.Tofess anil niaile uightK wnh
out thoroughly inspecting his aeroplane.
Hir, vrinntllj Hit) Htu'uo ul" l.ibetiy lligln
xvitli a lill hoise-power HIT not cciiipeting
rig.vuiet Grahatntt-White with a pn liorse-
poV't'.-nia"hllie wa.x a lemaihiiblo iierform-
n,'iie I em wining the t.l.lMiai'les of
t i 'i vntuii ! lately tlietl lor ill" inert -
lift Ol '. e(
I -h't ti l I -hi-
t lub in IVI r.inrv. noil ,
ot Moinni wnh deep
i r-sonal s iiriv
1 h tiew ol lloN-p'r. tici'li ha I pot
i paired Mr llishop when he gave out his
mucins Ewnr.ss sititnow.
rxiiie Mi Ctfi nal Iclluncp Is Hie I'rlep
of Snfft) In lilt Mr.
DaVIO.v Ohio, Dee. ;u - Willnii anri
Orxlllo Wright, llio axiiims. when setp
a tho home nf thur pirtnts to-iugiit
wero unwilling lo ill-t llf.h tlie art'idoii, s
resulting in tno death of llox.ey and
Moiuint until lurlber advisetl, i-xt'ept
to express sorrow over the tragetiion
All they know of the Hoxsey iiet'itlen,
they wld, was the information cmit.itnetl
in a telegram Irom l!oy KnitlTensliuo.
managor of tho Wright lumbers' piew
of uvfators. The lelegratn stntr that
Hoxsey hail fallen a distance of iuo feet
und met hi? death.
"Mr, Hoxboy wns one ol our most cariu
blo a viators, " said Wilbur S right, "nntl
until we get a teport from cur men wo
cannot express nu Intelligent opinion
about the itccidonl The c.iiup.t thai
may lead to n midair accident, are pli nn
ful and ovor present, as much so m the
Ir as on tho car track or on the nutoiuo
bile couree, There is always present
ti9 possibility of a break in the machinery
'wliilo RiieU of wind or the treacherous
.air cm tents mint! be tnltcn Into account
! at all limps, drelcmiesa and bad judg-.
I input nlvi flRuro In t'lv accident. I
in " " i i Ki i. 'r v? ... V. 'iKt.Aito.MA CtTV, I)pc. .11, -Plan havn
I liPily it Ik also th" pnop of silcly a', , ... , , , ' ., ... .
(tin ..fr Xu t lln.l.-tn,l tt.n tmU-.i.al..r I '?. forinlllatod to IIIOVP thl HtatP Cap-
rt-portn'it wnsthp ku.h. of wind that caimpd i
thp fatal accldcni to MolH.tnt." I
Sloth of tho brottwa r.xprrMetl deep !
rrijio; over in" ncrioenis.
in:tu:i.s ri.ir to soxony.
, Oliis Trnop I'lnil t (Imp to I'lcht In I'lil. .
liualiua Now Itnlhwn llrstoml. !
l.l.l'.:o. IVe 31 Thpeent-eoflnteiPM
... .. ...... i i-
i ..''.IT. ... " .
' rMII"v it i'P lilt- tiiiiii- in I'iMiuiii, nvri in
IChllm.ih.ia In wetem Chihuahua tho
of late encounter onlv hcnltermc I
f ipIipN It U the belief that
....... I II. .,1 , U.... ......
IIIIITIV lltl.' II, '11 .1, ..,lllM,
was left pa-tly unpiotpcted when many
t-oops we e ma"ched Into Chihuahua,
deports continue to be circulated along
the Atizonu border that revolutionist
are forming in Arizona for service In
Sonoi-a. Jusl as they formed in tho Big
Bend legion of west Texas and marched
nero's to Djinaga ami vicinity
Troops aro being moved at Fort Hua
(huca. Arizona, undei1 oi tiers to thp
IntP-naiional line Two botlios aie now
pii rotttPto l'ort Hunelmca from Prescott
Trouble Is c-ppt'd hourly on this side
liv ti-ined rebels who a-e now crossing
IntoMoMi oatsoniepoint intlip llunchuca
Mouiita'lns ' Much ammunition was con-!
lis '.lied bv the I nil oil .States oflteials parly
this morning It wa tlis 'overpd in thn
mountains about three-quarters of a mile
from the lino hprpt servine men itri
now a live in that seel ion
Confirmation is received of the lirst
fighting in Sonora. in which the rebels
weie tlelealetl Thpte was hut n smtll
hand Twentv-flve of them crossed into
Sonora from Chihuahua on Monday and
were met on W'etlnenl and put to rout,
leaving one dead and ten prisoners be
sIiIps seventeen rides, a large quantity
of ammunition and thirteen mule with
lb" pi of ppi of Moctezunn wis np
priied ol the presence of the insurreclos
and Ii" went out to mei mem iu tne
head of a boit1.' of men When they met,
after considerable lighting, the insur
gents were put to rout Thp tight took
place in a rough country and the remain
ing members ol the bantl of insurgents
hive taken to the hills with the Federals
I onllrn.i.mn is received that the rebels
'noted tho Mori t cf this r.iilroiul at Pe.ir-h-m.
and thai they took lo.rtio rounds of
ammunition and ninny other oommtvlities.
Sunt George Hutherford of the El Paso
S'orthwostern mad telephoned to-dav
from San IVrlro that a band of fifty in
siirrPcto parsed there, but made no
pffort to Interfere with their repair opera
tions The msurrpctos were headed in
the direction of Casas Grande near Cio
Mormon colonie- This morning in
Juarez, optm-ito H l'a--o. the telegraph
lo!es weie fmind to be posted, with pla
cards bearing in red letters "Blood or the
liberty of the rivv " J he police tore them
down early and few lc.it tied that they bad
been put up
Mkxico City lee 31 For two days
it w,s rumored he.-e that Col Ciiellar,
who was sent hy Pri-.ident Diaz as n
sj.ecial agent to report on ti e operations
in the nortli, has been wounded in tho
tuvttle at -Mai Pa.o TheGove.-nnipnt de
nies the report lo-drv It says that Col
Ceullar is in good health arid that he
w.m not engagpd in the battle
Tl'P reKirt of the engagement at Mai
Iio published he.-e states that the Gov-e-nment
forcp loft twelxe killed s.vti
twentv-eisht wounded, while the rebels
lost txventy-four killed The number of
their wounded is unknown, a they we:e
A tie-patch from Chihuahua savs that
the advance of the troops from Petlertialea
toward Guerrero will begin to-morrow,
as i ho railroad has been repaired almost
to Pedcr.iales. Gen. Xav.irro is now
thirtv-tlxe miles from Guerrero and could
make the march there in two ttnys. lie
u.-ill iip,,lmlilv nroeeeil slowlv to ifUartl I
.icainst iK-mc ambushed He will leave i
-mall botlies ot men nt important points
to avoid having hi- retreat cut ofT.
There are reports of truil near iiir
loba and also in the State of Tabat.oo
The Government in-nts that these ;ire
renewed reports or previous trouble
.Iin 1 V'l Tl'P ti'ttn prsssure srpx mofd
vsr rxp!il!v rnsttiartl ti'l was rrntral jostrrdny I
ovsr Nrw t'nolenrt Itcsrrli-.i th- lolilfrweathrr I
r.ftwarit "i th- Atlsntlr eoist. frctJlac trm
prr.it irfs rxtrn'llf c as far 'otilh as northern
i.ru'irla The norm hail pawd tieyond the
reiilnn ot ohvervniliin into the north Atlantic,
hut Ilk ini'urnrr was felt In the way of veryhlih
wlmli. along the New nnitland and middle Atlantic
ioat Tne teiiiinTrtttire continued low In Ihs
liakolas and Muntana. hut there had been a
cemrul rlM- In all pxrts o' the rountry from
Ui-p .StiHrlor southwest to Texan and west ta
MonH.ni I xfi-ptlonal Increases In temperature
weie noted at Port Ar'httr and White Itlxerand
cjreiitlonal derreaes at Northlleld. .Montreal.
Portland Me . fiit.cord. V II . andcanton. N V
Th- matnrr was eenerally clear In .New l'.n- i
land, the loser take teiflotis, the middle Atlantic I
States dinl sest'tard to th' plateau reelon. I
t)oud in 'he states tnrderln? the flulf and In
northern ' illfo'iiU. Monlano. L'tah and Idaho !
and ott r the ipper like region. '
In tl.l' fltj, the due was clear and cold: llcht ;
ncslerlx wind' aterage IPimldlts. 7 pfr rent .
barometer collected to read to &ch level, at J
A. M.. .vi 77 at .1 1'. M,. ,xo ;j.
The It-nii i rceire j e.lerday. as recorded by Ibe
ontil.il Ihi-ruiomeiec. is hown In the annexed,
'til If V.l 1 Bill. 1D09 I
'J.. M i i. i r, p. m I
is xt rn :i u i'. m 2: :n
3 1' M ?l' i: Mid . Si" l"
lju.'it tiniiiri'i'ii-. 13. at 7 A. XI.
w miiiNoitiN' ronittST rort to nit M rr
I'fif rastrrti ,f4 York, tfierrtjuttff cOLitiiir.
mid wtrmer to an , r.ini nr jnou' mid coldrr
n.cfi' to inorrw t-rrr isttQ snuthcrt'j trintts
Ktir New I'rlantl, fair and warmer to dtt
snos- In r.orlnern tn I rain . r t,nnw In .southern
pnr.lon I" rr.nrrnw Inereasnic toiAhcrly wind
1'ur eamrn I'ennsybanlii. Increaslni rlieidi
nc-s and wnrmer lu day. lain at nliht r.tln In
s-'iiheast .trtd riti nr Mtow In northern and
wf-ii rn pm lions In tnorrotv and colder at t,,jhl.
Increasing southerly wind.
I nr Ni-tv Ji'ise, Increasing cioi.dlnes anil
wanner tn dn rain t.l nltht, rain In vnithetn
and lalt. or -nov In northern portion tn moir,ve
ano n.idrr at nljtht. Increasing eatt to south
, nr ic fiisirlet nf t'nlumlila. Iltiawarr anil
Mars land Im rra-lnir Plnuillnrjs and tvarmrr
w l . rain nr si nlehl und tn morrow
ifldir lo morrnvt iiU'ht. Int rcaslnir snuthtan toi
i .omii wines
1 i m -icrn Niw nrl.. lnrna.lnc cloudliitps1
and "i' m dnj . i.iln or sntiiv at nlehl and'
' inori r' iniii'r In miirii",!' nlehl
i m.u.iie ml in nay
w rn I'i not Itanla, rain nr snn't th!t,
.1 in in nlKtit warmer tn morrnu -iln '
.mil mii'-h inldrr at nlitht. tni r n-tnt; '
It illds in tlli.v !
New Year Sailing
U recti (jtr.Ttn Steamer afliti,
Seven da.s tn Pb mouth and
Chrrhourc, blKht ds s
The (on, liuuriaui, modern
ss "Berlin" 20'0fo0,
Oibralur, Algiers, Naples,
Ge. ra and R!e-a
OILRICHi &. CO. Cfmnl ceit),
S Bromtwjy, in for.
OVTliniE I'OLK FllillTlXO MAP.
Inskpll N.tv 1 roop. fan "Whip Hfll
Out of 'Km,"
tlon of posslhlft troubln two companion
of militia havp been ordered in rtnl!nrH.
by (lov l!a!ell Company A nt Tulsa
and Company H at Chandler are ipadv
to movp on n nionient'rt notice This
action of tin (iovprnor folloWH the action
of Judge HuMon of (iuthiie in cltliift
K,a,p "Men who hnvo moved from
flttthrlit to Olt l.n'miivi citv lo untip-ir
before him net Tuendav to ahow whv
they are not In contempt of court
. "B ' wiinmnr rntoinoti
the Stntp nl'.lci.ils from retnovitip to GUIs.
honia city, and his docision wa
by tho State Supreme Court Judgs
Huston maintains that In spite of the law
just enacted bytheSl.ile I.egislatuioairl
duly signed by (Jov Haskell, hi order
restraining the State officials from leav
ing Guthrie is still in effect
Guthrie is reported to be belligerent
anil piepnretl to prpvent by force the
removal of the State records To pre
oludo Hip possibility of trouble the Gover
nor issued an order to the troops to be
prepared A special train Is now awaiting
nt Tulsa to move the troops
"I tlo not know that trouble will occur,"
said Gov Haskell, "but if we de?ido to
move the oamtal to-night and Guthrie
people attempt to mieriere we win wnip
liell out of 'em "
YF.STF.ttlHY AT THE OVEttA.
In One l)a.
"!.a Gtoconda" was sung at the Metro
politan Opera House yesterday ntternoon
,. n.n.. ..r .1 ..i.- ii,
oeiore an uiiiiieuLu .11
cast was the same a herptoforp, except
that Mme. Homer's place a xttra was
taken by Mis Wickhatn. Though this1
xvas not to the Improvement of the per- 1
Wckhntn. Thoimh thswr. . . r. . '""
, . . .1... .1. ..I.. I .11
n imperative th.it I
be so becau-e Mine. Homer had to be
witch, and she take witcluM very seri
ously. This was one of Humperdinck's
witches, and since this amiable German
in a country where it was once a hanging
matter it is important that contralto
willing to disguise their beauty and their
voice. be in perfect condition to spread
jov among the people.
Th'o opera in the even'mg was Humper
dinck's "Konlgskinder," which had ito
second performance before a very large
holiday audience That the new work
was enjoyed was beyond question. There
was a downpour of applause after each
act and the composer wns called out
as many tunes as he xvas nt the first
representation. Nor can it be doubted
that lutiire audiences will get much
pleasure from tin- opera. Doubtless
many people will be puzzled by the
problems of the symbolical libretto, but
inn-l hetrers will be so delighted by the
beiutiful music and Hie charming stage
picture!, that they xvill not permit them
selves to b" tlisturlxtl by poetic puzzles
The performance ot last night tint not
differ materially 1 1 om its predecessor, i
Tho cat was the same, and Miss harrar
repeat pi I her captivating impersonation i
of the enchanted (Joosr Grl. Mr. .lad-
lowker wa better as the Kino'" Son than
at his first appearance. The orchestra
the nerfor-oanee was good nntl everv one
I'ornell Glee Club Concerl.
The Cornell ("niversity glee, banjo and
mandolin club gnvo a concert in the
Waltlorf-Astoria last night. It began
wth "Far Above Cayuga's Waters." us
all proper Cornell concerts should, nntl
incmtieti some exceiieni singing nv
flUitrlet comisiseil of G W Peek. "1
S A. Chapman. '13; I) P Barr. Ml. and
.1 P Hnns'.e, 13, and some
solos I ix J W Kittle, "3
ormanceit ..s .i,,.v....it-.....i .ts..o,..utdjp)o()ocl( hi, , ,h ,hIr(1 ,,,, ;
New York City
Now Has Over
The 400,000 mark was passed on December 24th,
the day before Christmas. The total gain in telephones for
1910 was over 40,000. Through our Long Distance
connections' we reach over 5,000,000 telephones in the
United States and Canada.
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HERO FUND FOR GERMANY NOW
mil (Attxr.c.tr. nnr.s it .xn
Tin: KMsi'.it .urn vis.
HI,2&fMH0 In S I'rr rent. HnntU to Com-p-.'inate
for tlie HM of Life NntlnK
Soldier" Ilnrrril V. S. Atntiaxxiulor
In Commission t. Administer the (lift.
Hp'tlal Ctib'.r Htrim't't ri Tiir M'x.
tiF.liLl.v, Doo. 31. It was announced
hero to-day that Andrew Onrnofdo lmi
established a horo fund for Onrmany
dlmilar to those Instituted by him In tho
United State. hnRland and Knuico. Tho
r.,,..1 'litr., la tt .!! m'l Is iin.InN ,1...
.,. , .
' V f.
..In.rtl n enm.nist.lnM rt tu-n U-n tn .,4.'
pointed a commission of twolvn to ad
Tho purpose of thp fund Is stated to
be "tho amelioration of financial distress !
nrhinh tnnv l-ppAiiKiwI bvlmi-RlnnnrWvnrai
to save human life either in tho person
I of tho heroes themselves or those do
'pendent upon them." The Ptlucation of
minor children left without support la one
of the main purposps.
TIip commission xshlch will administer
th" fund will be presided over by tho
'chief of tho Kaicer's Civil Cabinet, at
I prejput IiVrr Valptitmi. It will include
! tho American Ambassador at Berlin,
i representative of tho mining industry,
railway anil maritime companies, In
' dustrial concerns and tho medical pro
The arrangements in rogard to the
I fund were made thtough Dr. Hill, the
American Ambassad&r, whose mention
of the matter to thp haiser somo months (
aeo met with a highly sympathetic recen-
tlon In accepting the fund the Kaiser sent
a letter of appreciation to Mr. Carnegie
., ,. ., . ' ,, I
I?'.'"!n;0.lJm1.e. L.. m't. "l-
iiiin 1m.,iii,i. w ..11 viii uviv n Kin.
Vnt nnlinltnn ll... nln... ..a.. f .1
.-i'i p. K"!' 'oi'l HI 111"
mn.l.. 1... Xtp 1'nH.n. ,. frt ...!. 1! ........ . .
II1U,,,' l' .'I, . U I'lll.llV M1 lfl.4
in Germany HI first contribution was
a comparatively small sum of tmney
lo the Treptow Obscrx-atory The second
gift was the prespnt of a fund to the
Tho present donation is of a purely
cix-tl natur. and conseaiientlv soldiers
aretlebarred from itsbpneflts The name I
of the now fund in Germany is "Foundation
for Life S.ivers, which precisely describes
The announcement of th" gift -va made ,
by Ambassador Hill at th Ami 'can Em
1 assy this morning. Dr. Hill and Mr. I
Carnegie are intimate frientls The Am- i
bassador has on three occasions been tho I
guest of Mr. Carnegie nt Skibo Castle!
and the two gentlemen met frequently 1
at The Hague, xrhero Mr C.irnegiewns the 1
hoiiM' guest of tho Ambassador, who is '
a permanent member of the executive
council of tho arbitration tribunal antl who ,
was a delegate to th" second peace con
elr. Cjirnegie learned some months ngo
through Dr. Hill, tho American Am-
bassador. that the gift of a hero fund to
many -ouh. be acceptable and had
P haiser S hearty approval. Mr. tar-
negie then wrote to tho Kaiser his ofTer
to establish th" fund, and tho Kaiser re- 1
nlietl with an autograph letter oxnressmc ,
his appi eolation. Mr. Carnegie's letter
is as follow s.
Sejitemher ':?. nun.
Yoctt Majfstv 1 sni greatly pla-ed
to hear that your Mnlesty tnrdlnlb' up
troves of the hero lund Its sucrose
over the North American contiiiin' ren
dered me .inxlnus to extend lls benefits
to Get tunny, the root ol the Teip- nie rate,
from which we of the Knglish speaking
rrjwur" "ir .w.imi ij'ii i
I JT?&'il'Ptii 11,000 I 7
I "IT 'Telephone. J
1 235,000 YslklW I
-fM 74.0C0 j
Willa Te,ePhone ,
s SSf Telephone 3 j
By the way, have you a Telephone ?
NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY
Every Dell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.
branches have sprung. I dcslrod this tho
morn ljecauo duilnt; tho prpsent loni relitn
(lerinnny hits kept tho peaco under your
guldnnio. Your hands aro gulltles of
nodding human blond, uit o.xamplo which
cannot but Immc. and Influence th" rulers
I of other lands in tho direction of hlessod
The iinpayabld deht our republic owes
lo Germany furnished another reason.
1 ho present census will show nearly If not
uulle .inKHipio Germans and their desieu
lnnts rio present or future citizen of tlm
republic, one of the most aluahlo of nil
Wo llto in an heroio ago. Industrialism
develops tho heroes of peace. Scarcely
a day pnM without act of heroism belnn
revealed lo om or another of the hero
fund already pxtabllslietl. In case. of
mlno accident n th" volunteers for tescil"
work who risk their lles br descending I
,no ,a nVar nu ' exteei tno nunmer ic
..... . .t..m
MUirou. isurli are llio lieroej 01 eivm-n
I have lontt felt, tlint such true heroes !
and thoso dependent upon (hem should
hn freed rt,t,i nncunl.irv cares resulting
from their heroism and as a fund Tor this
purpose H ,-.'2.S,ikvi In .1 per tent, lirst mort
K.iKe bonds, yielding approximately jjii.ono
marks per milium, tx 111 bo sent lo.the coin.
mission dclKnnlod to administer thlj rutid
I enclose, a statement Kivlmc uenninl
tllrettlnns for tho oporatlon of the fund,
similar to that alven to America. Franco
Wishing your Majesty a Ions and pe.ttp
ful ciintinuanio of your rclcti, Intlen with
blessings for country. 1 lemaln otirs sin
eeiely, Avoitf.w I'AliNRiilt..
To Ills .Miilesty tho German Emperor,
Tho Emperor's reply, translated, is as
In your letter of Sep'embsr ii lat you
cominunlrntpd to me your magnanimous
decision to establish for Germany a fund
"f n"d a tp'.arter million dollnrs for the
'-' " "-
In tins lollop,"'"1 r.mpue nun ii .nn- u, .i-.tin ,M
tllililrment of heroes In attempt ng to
N.vo human l,fe. Ihls fur.h-r pr.mt of
your worm ivnowneti i:nianwiropy
niagnan'nilty lias given in very greit
l, ll I ....... ..... I.. . U I .
Pleasure lin'I I V'lll-II 'I Jinn .t ill ill nil-
,. to ,, p.nr,rBrly well chosen
Your fund will ooiitrlo'it'" lu a lnrc"
tneas.ire to th- utilisation of hoinr upon
mankind to make appreciative provision
for the victims of heroie proofs nf love of
one's neighbor being more effectlxply dis
charged than has been possible heretofore,
and It will entourage the decision nf noble
persnns to aels of res-lie bv hantshtng tho
fear for the future of ihelr survivors
' ds r to express to ytm In tin nvn of
t'1" tl"rnnn p?ople mv warn"' liui'i
In lasting memory of your nob!" d-d I
shall nttich your name to the fund Als
t .l.1t I. . . ..... .In in nr,,,.. ,,,. 1 1 V. ..ml.
. ' , , ,h '. rt .....lc'r mv nersnnnl
protectorate antl to appoint a commission
I shnll snd to you for your approval r. draft
of the fund ftatut?s which will be drawn
up, containing the condition stipulated by
you. in s't far as thev do not need In be
mo.lilletl ihrnugh the (ierman conditions,
through th Ambassador of the Cnlted
States aecred'tPd to my conn, upon whore
participation In th" commission I lay preat
I rii-ttmt tlin' Cod may keep voa in Mi
almighty care and that Ills hle-ings may
be wllh your fund. I cm.
our thankfully ana kliullv tl'posd.
WlLllhLM. I I!
N'EPI'.S Pali. Octobr 3t. I!ll'.
To the Honorable An lrow t arn"g'e
A metlallion portrait of himself pro- j
sented by tho Kaiser to Mr. Carnegie 1
now op its way to .New x, 0rk
The German version of the Kmpeior's 1
letter is writtpti on vellum in a hantl lino i
copper pinto ann ne.irs tno imperial j
signature, a trein-ndous one that t-ugges-s i
th" autograph', of Napoleon
Commenting on tln announcement of
the fund Mr. Carnegio said yesterday
thai it was of good omen to have the
benefit from his gift begin In Germany
on New Year's Day. He took down from
the wall the original manuscript of Kich-
ard Watson Glider's pnrnn on heroes of
peace and road tho opening lines;
'Tuns snlrl. "When roll of rlrum ant battlj't, roir
Shall cciivc iiton the earth, then no mora.
Thcrlfccl' thrrnceothcrusilttthrUa! "
"And It in t so," said Mr. Carnegie.
"People who think the race will dptPrlor
ale after var disappears are all wrong
Look nt the heroes of peace, of Indus
trialism You read aboil' them every
day ovprywhtrp. Thh rewrd of herops
of ppic", to encourage the heroes of
peace Is part of tny work for th aboli
tion of war I'm only at my pence work
He pointed to lb? top of the Glider
mntitibcrlpt, where tho poet had written:
"To Andrew Carnegie, the great peace
fiend I mean angid. It. W. O."
"Think of the wonderful rescues made
.dally by liretnen," said Mr
I enthusiastically. "And think
miners crowtl fonvartl to volunteer whpn
th're's an accident manv more than are
wantPd for the rescue 'uch Ihlnus hap
lien all the line in England just now.
for Instance, and California. That shows
whethet there will bo no racial vigor if
there Isn't war I put it: Peace has its
heroes much more renowned thin war' 1
I Improve on Milton," and Mr Carnegio '
drove home the paraphrase with n foie-
....p.. , .
"My reasons lor (electing Germany
for another fund are that therp aro 2n
0O0.0UI German-Amerieans, that tho
Kaiser hasn't shed human blood in all
eru"::! " , ,tlnR in m'
III ItdLMlY AT
ATI. XTIC CITY.
ThlPXP ;p( KN.tlilO Mortli of
I'roni Hoai'tlwnlU Shop.
Atlantic Citv. N J . Dec :u -It bo
came known to-day thit on Th'ir..day
night thieves looted tho t hclsp i Shop
on tho Boardwalk run by the l I! Kuhnlo
l onipany and grt uv.ay with Jexvtiry
x-alupd .it abou i ?5.ii Cntll the stccn
i is gone over the less will not bp net. '.irately
C. B Kuhnle. Up. head of the firm, tils
coxored the lohbery when he opeiKtl the
stole ypi,trrt!av morning I he buiglars
got in' thtough . rear xvjntlow ihey
pickitl iii n suit Co." in th" baek ronni
nntl put their, lout, in it In p. Drawer in
tli" back et the shop lhy got an envelope
containing partly st jewelry and t.net
stones A sale set in the ndo wall con
taining the in.xtlitht goods in the storo
was not tamppred with
CJra'.H Uobtier's IMUnl r.r.tl C'linp lllm.
A man with a revolver drawn wnl'ied
in or. Jaine. Kalb of U West Sixtieth
htroet, a laundrymnn. who wns rriir." ing
hi week's o.arninga in his shop. Ur-t
night. He ordered Kalb to hand over
the monov The bundryman pretended
to obov. lint seized the intruder s gun ,-nd
cot it away from hi'n 1 ho man ran. with
Kalb after hlin, llring on" the pis'ol A'
th" Fiftv-nlnth stre t sta'ion or t'te N'inth
avenue' elevntctl road Policeman Him
caught ho fugi'ivo. xvho snid h? was
James Allen of tlSl .Stebluns n.-enue. The
Mother Claim Iteatl Iturglar' nub.
Passaic N J.. Dec. .11 -Mrs . I). rn r
of 2 Cumberland sir""i Brooklyn,
mother of Thomas Wnndles. xvh.. -lU-d
at midnight in t?t. Mniy's Hospital fro.a
tho bulle. x-ound l'.o got a month ngo
xvhile entering th" licnio of ihoodore
P Talpx in Pennington avenue, came
h,-re to-dav nntl claim-d hi bony. Je.uj
Mitchell. 'Wantlles'tt seveineen-year-olti
a.'ci.mnlioe. who was wi.h him when he
was, shot, 'deaded guil.y ton ctiaige
burglary befot .lustico
counr." " court yi'terdiy
ser.tPnced on .Ja-.im y
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358-360 Sixth Avenue, Cor. 22d St.
Our Entire $50,000
Stock Regardless of
Cost or Value
According to our ru'ewt carry
rxt .1 sir.gU garment ton "ric
se.isoi lo another her.ee this
' Tremendous Sacrifice
Sale Friday at 8:30
Best Bargains Go First
New Moid Suits, satin lined, ail
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rood qual.ty Hcmrspim Cloth,
Pnnch Serges ar.ct Brojdclothst
micscr.' and womer.'r sires. They
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every ncwreso of cut and mike,
and the price ;s o:ic-t!iird their
Orlgiml Price $15.00
Fine qt!j!Jiv Brcadeloath. Ker
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Mixtutc Coats, satin lined, per
fectly ttiicred in newest mxteritls,
right now xvhen you need thtm for
Original Price $15 00
Misses' and Junior Suits, mads
frcm Broadeloth, Cheviot. Fret ch
Serges, Hcmespun Cloths and
Scotch Mixtures, sires 12 to 20
Original Price $15.00
Foulard, Moire, Messiiine and
Taffeta Silk Evening Dreeses,
Original Price $15.00
New Panama French Serges and
Voile Dresses, beaut. fully trimmed
Original Price $20.00
NOTICE - This Adv. contains
items t random from our im
mense stock, tvhich includes
thousands of others equally as
chea-i. We guarantee every item
exactly as advertised, and alien)
no mtsrcvreicntaticn o'oirvtrtmg
TRIED TO MEND BANK THEFT
III IfntiiP riurnt l'p Without Insurance,
and In ncpnlr Hp JuM Made False
entries lincii Year Canght t'ndrr a
Slrlcler nanldni Law Hp Confcjscs.
Wkstkuld, Mass.. Doc 31 After tho
discovery of n shortage of W9.006 SS In
tho accounts of tho Westflold Saving
Bank State Bank Examiner Arthur B
Clnpin to-day caused tho arrest of
Velenvus W Crowsoti, treasurer of tho
institution, on a chargo of making falso
rotums to tho Htatp.
From 1875 to lR'JH, Crowson says In his
confession, ho stolo from tho bank, but
in tho latter year stopped, end embarking
in p. buslncsn enterprise otitsldo his worlt
in the bank attempted lo pay back tho
money that ho had htolon In HMD ho
was burned out, and as ho carrlod no
Instirnnco ho gave tip tho attempt Each
year he covered up hi? theft by false
pnttioa in the bookj. of which he had
Hi parents were In straitened circum
stances, and this, he pays, lod him to ta'to
tho mcnoy from tho bank Tho discovery
wn3 tnr.do pospiblo by tho new State
linking law, which compels a morn
' thorough audit of books limn ha heron-
I foro been customary.
According to the b&nlt examiner de
positors in the bank xvill not uuffor any
I'm. The inu-.l ti" nl--.nniip.l interest
will bo pVd the beginning of tho now
ypj'.-. Tne los'i will bo ch-.-.ed to profit
and ksn ixntl will still Ie-.vo r. s irplua of
over s:,7yiTi. Th" b-.nk'a guarantee
fund ha i i.lic vly ro.hod tho mtximum
anicutit r.Uowed b.- lvv, Slto.sj')
( row or. n l-t "f ye-.-n old .and haj been
tror.tuipr of tho institution lor over thirty
ye.at-.t. He wr.t placed under fl,5no bail
on each of tho seven ciunn brought
.aj;.-.inr,t him r.nd heltl for th" Grand Jury.
Tb..t. t. chr.rge of larceny w.aa not brought
,ac. ..n't aim i 'dip-1- th"st ituteof limita,
tioiv.i. a. a. wnoitwAim i ntrrr.it.
cetictl of (lliltilnltii K.,oor) From . P.
tlrtlwiiy.V 't. b Pabe ItcprP'pntatlons.
Washington, Do; si - Kohort a.
Woodw.aetJ of Nov York w,-. indicted
horo To day by ,'io Gr.ard Jurj- charged
wi.h having socutetl $5,000 in cash from
his employers. A P t'ldxvay A Co. of
Now o'k. by alleged frlso loprcsenta
tions Accordirg to th" I.istrici Attornoy's
omen Woodxvard. who repro.e:itcd the
tirdw.i" firm h"-o in August, lpua, ad
viod th" firm that th" Ir.tornal rovenua
ofhco h ul issurtl a nil" agains. the firm,
x.hich iiia'.uf.-.ciurp uuiphu- bittors.
to s'.'.o'." cause why tho bii:ors should
rot i " cl..'-'i.'iod .as a bo.-o'Mgo and sub
j'j;t.xl to .a spe.-ial rex'oauo tax
i.e. "r WotslAMitl. it is alloetl. infonnod
his 'in i Iho bo hrttl se-urtd the ser
vient of a local a'tompy who had I
st.jcMsf'il in prevont'ng the itiposi.lot
of tho .ax und who hnd charged a fee of
fi.n.p'i This sum was thonripoa sent
o Woothva-d, ar.tl 1, i alleged that ho
ro-.i,r,ed it The le.wyer to whom h
allege I ho paid b informod tho Gr.a'idJury
that be was not employed Ly Woodward
and did t ot know him "
Tho unite. men. nlso rix'en WnrvlvrnrH'o
f 'name a HoVort Graham .and also John
l Henry Hol er He is now in Now York
I and n be ich warrant has been isiued for
I his arroit
77i.'5 picture represents exactly T C ff
our all wool suit. .... pJtVU
IZcguUr price $15.03