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THE SUN. TUESDAY NOVEMBER
EGYPTIAN ART WING OPENED
.11 1 si I V
I I I. If I I III I I fff
Rntrrierfill lll.pla) inai litters Hirer
Periods liuimristil lmw i iniii
IMMN f nlnnttl Miter an t Purl f all
llaa f'nmmrner nig Recrptlgn,
There was sned ."i Hi1 Mi immHln
MllWUin nl 1 1 list II Iff! S I- -r v I 1.11
With II If II Will. -Hi'- 'IV. I Willi
iwre, specimens "i wnndirful iinti'tiitii'.
many of in itijcts. rpfnvnotititiM 'he
Work of llif i .i 1 1 mi - pxnlnriiij m ps
riltlon whh ii lis "i'i 1 engng "' In exin
v.iiini; important sites In Kgypf 'he
past II vp rears .Hi' i "H'l i tut i iiii " iioImI la
jH.ri.MK of I i-v,.i hi hi Including ' "
Pyramll old -t Mshi. the One - oi Khargn
in Hip till in ifpuprl i ' IIP t i t
west ,ir I hi Vtp and the nlii f linen-
hntnp hi I
i lha Mima hiup ih Imimrluni lain
aahlMtloni aci sihm hi ihp museum,
oop ni purly i .1 in ! p.iir.i'1- iind iin-
other r I'olmilal -, eer the : ii l
lection Umhk liroititlii together ') the
Model y of I'oloiiliil lamea . i Hip Htnte
nl Now VnrH I'm-, i .line iln nprnitlg
ol Iln .
in iii" i resident of lha
ihiiii M rgnti. iind lha
niuaaum i P
trustee- "I Hip
Hun i"i ' ii
Institution kj.iM' i r-. ( -i
nearly in In villi 1 1 m
n i-- I .Mi Morgan .'.'i n.- iru-
laaa it. "Mil ii." i"i -'- In in l itiii
avenue corridor or Hip Institution
Among '! assisting Mr M it.m In
receiving 'i" Ri Kdwnrfl Holstison.
director nl IIip inueeuni, "mil Mr- I: l
Inson, I i w III inn H -do ..(' Berlin Mi
Kolieenn "t iln s " i" "I ' l I'm
Mr. iind Mi - H din v i- Ki ret, Mi
a nil Mr lohii '- in I .Khn I.
Cadwalarlei lr Wilhelm 'nlni r
an. I Mr nil I Mm Ula'rl M l.ytri I
I'hiii. Mortliikp lopeatrlea pari .i ..
ft nl mil" mpcp woven for tlmrlea
I when Prlm-p nl Wnea wore hung In
Hip foypr "I Hi" IIIIIHPUln Uti" "I .Ii"-'"
tapestries repreaenta lha eftp'daion of
VuIohii from il vim i H i- Waive I he In pea
tries were nlpii.idpd two Khgtiah i tor-.
I j r'i 1 1 fcf Hip revepti ti memlaMN of Ihe
Xkk York Kymph.iiiy Onihesti'a midpr
the dlraatl m f fhivld Mm.i nndprpd
a tnti!i.Ml proitrnnunp Thr orchonfra
whm -i.ii'in-i Iii ii..- -.11111 iialoony "ii
Ihp vcoud Hour
Aio iiiiK in" '" ' i 'i i rpiidprpd aprp
ltill.-l",l. - "Mlliil ilf Hi" Snip I IP
qutntPl rr an intii'i -alngai
.'' s r ' M
-An IcpUiiiUi Mp alv,
Dvorak' ' 1 1 'mi oi . -
"Si. i jnu s,.iii;" .mil .i -
...;il MllPil il "
I v Si iiidPli;
;i i.i" I IV oik
Only Hi" "ii'. ii I' irk idi
muaaum ippr lani iiIkIi) i .r thp r-
oapliun of Hip . t-. I iliuiiiwnd w t-
irhn aanrnihlril in rlnli ihp nvar v. t . . and
Hip I.i.iji pxhlhlti. .ii
Th" gtlPAta "IiI.t.-I 1 1" miNiim i.."ii
Oantral Park and then ( ..'.i".i in n...
right n iii I iliroiigh t'i. r irrld ni "i ihp
muaeunt In Imp I Iflh a n nldr tl "
whrp I1!.".' wprp wpIvp! hv Mi
Morcun :.ti I tii" i.
Altai arard II pv
ihp cortidur ..t..t
. ,,11.11 , . Mill. Ill""
(Nioiipd lo tin" ii irih ..f
hi thruii!th urn nu
! tin. new wing wltii ii- piiinitia ..
Aftar .i lour ..f ihp Kgypiian gull"np
thp vlall !- "it up-! Urn in iii" i .ii I
tlnor . .f 1 1 mum lint rind through tin. room
of arm .nr.! arm ir l lip " ii II .r :i ii!.
arbJoh conutlnn t!i- . illwti m of i ...in. il
portraits mid parly pxamplen of ullvpi
TIip" ' i pxhiliita an. irr ingpd In tl."
ashlbltion gallpry. whii-li i furniprly
uhm! for tin- V. hUtler iwiutitigx
Thp port raj l ar. hy John Hingtoton
I'oplcv. Jonathan l Hfurkhurti, HmllHri
and Fi.k" and "ii" ilch i- prpiitnl'iy
TIip portrait in th ;hil :i ire
HV loKATBAN Ii in
ItkinaoUi .Ir I. at i
rut Hum Hal
fill I h "I N. v. 'i ..
r...'k, lent Mr
Rlphardaun ol KonIhii
Karrall, IpiiI by l"
kin I ; I I7IMI?. 70.
M 1 .'
W ii Wcntanrtl
pnl b) Mi Irvln
Mr, Jofthuti Kali.
I ll ilwth Malhp .
. liis Mr- N.ilh ii.
.pontrd ' ,. r
Won '.t. Mux
I. .lis HIM.I.K Ins . 'l ..
Hfi Tapodorp ttklnaou, ir H.irt.
KrnaiPH Dapring Wpniworthi, '"i.i ' ihp
Npw Vork Puhlli hitirar; -'..r. I.pnm
Tlldan foundation NiPlmlaM llnrj-uton,
in i i.t v i i Kimball ol Uoaton Mnip i nttnn,
lput by Mr- ii i llavdau ol Vork
Mm TbontaN rranaton, Iphi hy haulpl
Barkalay I'pdll t Bontou Rhodn i ran.
tun, lent by Daniel Berkalp) I'pdlkp ..i
Boaton; (lo Moaea i.m. lent b ihi Khode
IhIuipI Nc'hool ol lpnigii f Provldani
Mr. Harah Prim " i ill. IpiiI Iij Hi" Rhode
Inland Hchool nl Ueaign Mr- Rebm-i i
Boylaton Cilll, lent bj ;; Ithodn lalaud
Si'hool i.i lpian Mr. li.ili.-ri l.i.i..r,
lent by the New ..rk Publii Library tutor,
UaMX, Tlldeu foundation Hip lt John
Oitlvta, lent by Iba Coriairatinn ol Crinity
Cbureb ol Kaw "iurk t'ol Kpaa Maraenl
lput i.i- Mr- i rae M i lementi ..i ,p
York. KpeaMarcent, Jr., laut bj Mr- i i
II rtamenta Mr-. Kiiea Sargent, Jr., lent
by Mrn. lieoraa H 1 lament Hamuel Phil
lipa Snrfp. ipiii I.,- .i . .I. ii Richard Havage
nl Qardan t ity iiov iteorge Hrott, i. i.
"Tba Brook ..t Kaw fork laaai Kmith,
lent by William Hntitb ' ri"r "I N" "n.rK
Mri Ihh" Smith. IpiiI hv William Smith
i arter Mi - lltlllan I'arplanck mid her
urandion. tiulian McKveri. IpiiI by Mr-.
Peter .1. I.. Hearing of New York
ht aoaaai mm. ihiddlii oi bioiitkkkth
i I..VTI tt V i
William Bowdoln. lent li Bowdoitl Pol"
leup nf Brunia Ick, Ma,
hv rKieii asbBAM? IIM4ITIII
The Bar, Cotton Mather, lent by the
American Antiquarian Society "f Wor
i .-Mtpr. M;i-
ii v mils -Mini i t Halt' ITell.
The Rev, ,ihnip Maraparren, lent bj
iiowdiiui I'ollaga "i Brunawick, Ma sir
William Papparall, lent bj Mr- t nderhill
Build ..: Npw ui v thp itpy. Joaaih
Sewell. pni hy Pri.i Theodora B, Woolaei
of New Haven.
Many ohurchaa ol thp pity and Htate ..t
pw York hasp oontributed to the "lii
hition ni Colonial ailver, whloh inoludeM
an important group of lie.ik.-r ailver mad"
in Holland for phurohe bare and alio a
large group of ailver beakara made in
ihia oountry. In the olecea inml.. i,. ,.,
after th Hollaioi ityle iii" work ol aoina
of the aarlieal allvaramitha la raprmentad
Thfre ai alao apaolmeiui of parly -d-ver
made in I n, -'and in thp limp ol Will
iam and Mary, yuppn Ann" and ' leorge 1 1
A catalogue haa been ptlbliahed to a. -
ompany ine illvar exhibition, with an
introduction hy R. T HaitiPH MaUev.
It deaU chiefly with the early Kaw Vork
Among th.ia,' praaenl were Miaa B.mIp.
ilaughlci ..I Kr William Bod., of in
Kaiaer Preldrlch Muaeum, Berlin . Dr.
Krederick A Lucas, direotor of the Anieri
ran Muaeum of Natural Hiidory; Her
hert Li Mallei Ipp. Arnold Bennett, John I
t'rimmina and Mr and Mr- .IopI n.ui
Mat .....;! h, AgaUMi uaftali.
Ltm.K ROCSa Ark.. Nov , Nat C,
liodwiii, who waa wersed with a ItlbpaRM
laal night by DniVed Slate Mnrahnl
Baazunell. left al midnight for New York.
He ta wanted aa a wiineep in the caae nf
B Y. Bheftels and othera charged with
uutng the L mted Rlatc. maila to defraud.
It wan naid te-il.i
Ih:lt (Inodwin will
turn aanlni RViafte'
; i i nun, hi so Kit, mis.
i mailt t Hoabaml, n in WgrtilMHiaf.
rNnmail far Mar Baaima.
Pirraarart, Pa.. Nov. fl. Mm Kdna
Ho rin Hnrrn fKdna Pordi, of many opei 1
Mile triumph In Wnplea and othi i Hllaa
ahroail, ii" .h ad at lha home of hat par-
Pllt! in Una l ily, th" vi"'itn of pnnalimp
Hon and almi-p l..r which hat huel.and
ih now aprvlng a -i moniha latra in
i HITord Pord, har father dlad Ihrea
",i- ai'.'i 'a- daughter hud ecored hat
Ifwl mi. . "-a In "Irisiata" in Naple".
il" wan in imatidal diet raw due to t ha a
i. "ii. in 'ir.. ..i a fortune lo develop the tai
enta oi in- daughter Mia aon fame
and -o. ml preetlge In N'atilea and marrteil
incptu da San... a vocal Inatrui tor, who
her fltal i utnt.
Hi" man lag" (II linhattpy and ' Ii"
i ..i i came to tnla count ri Mra deMarro
liroken in health. Her filial and waa ar
raigned for trial two tnotii u ag... charged
..i.i having i ajateti and aluiaed lua wife
ih.- woman lold of Indlgnltlea ami ihe
u'llod much aympnthy Judge
swaiTlngpii aenlenced Lie Marro lo ihe
workhoiiae He ha! m.i liavn npprlaed
. i in w ifp a deal ti
miti - ii mi i ,
i.m. ui Prrmlu Two la Ille It) vi i
Infovlng ar lelalng iih ih.
iiinv. N.. . The lime all.. wnl
l.'.v IMk lo aign (ha I ii it lv -day bill lift
liltn by Ihe lapglalature egplred yealrr-1
ilny 'ii... Oovernor permllted two ..i
Hip Ldia t" die by m.t approving them.
i iii" waa an i taw. I ., . t in '.i amendment
and i ., i waa s. nator Blai k'a JinJIcial
ihatnci iKu.ga piiuntyi official Pefefee'ai
liill which, Il ia iind' rt.. ...I. would have
ta i.il I .. rin. r Huprena Collli Juatlreal
Van Wyck and llirkey and "Mutually
Jual i. M o an
IH I II nl ill IH l ni II s.
Prominent in Ihe llulnra Mnrld .nut to
lilt. l ife.
Ilu Id siniih (Viwlea, ptealdenl of W
ii Parana I t'o., pappf manufaetutera!
pt-preeldenl "t the imerlcan l'u:p end
P i"' Vaaociatlon and formerly c.ni
divttial man for WIHIein llockefellet and
director .J the merchmi'llaing hrabchea
..f ih" M oid, vd nil i impnny, died ye-
iprda) .1 blec i tntry h I ong Meadow,
ltyp . f pnetim ii la
!r r-.wiea horn in Sortbamptoit.
Mi . n i 'p. emti. . v ia"T Ilia famllv
ii"d in New England in tii" acven
;..iiiii renlury hi- father Kdward
Pit kin i wlea, aprvpd two terma on th
Wupreme c tin Pcnch if Npw York.
Ituvld f iw lea altPI IpxI the Quaker Nchra I
on Htiiyveaai : Mtiuare and lha Prrk In
at lutp'at Rye At t" Ii" at.-ir.) (o he
citiip ; biuiacr Kor live yeara ! waa
with Mo ton, Bliwi '. I p i P M or
i,. i. - :,rni Then he Pilfered Ihe eervice
I ihe v; ndenl ''il I'ompcny and re
in i;. "I for tit: ; ia ;r - He vtr made
lire tor ol the i ii - lid ed Tank Line
iViinpeny, t1- --Pi.-n Cointmnv.
i i 1 i It "it. i.i Mil I ', mpnny end the
. .' . Vmeri m hi ompany, a member
nl he d atic ir?de uninlltae bf Ihe
si. in, lard Oil t'omany and prealdenl
ol 1 hi . n d 'dllil I . in pan of Mill, "a .ut
lie r. tigned from the oil company
i - likr re'.ainitig h atock, and laecame
, pprtuei 'i w H Para na in Ihenaper
I.,-:..-- I- pr aaa:Niatfng bimaell with
I tii i- i Whiiehuuee oj Minn ., he got
cjiitrolllng mip p-i in tap Bowdoln
i'. ,.' Slenutacturing Company. Ihe l.i
h ui Kalla Pibre I impany, the Peiepa
Prper ' impany, the Ih " Khore l.'jmhei
Ci-inp ny rnd thp Nagi laivn I'owlng
CiMnfir.n, Ii" wa- president .f ih,
iii" : . 'i Pulii ; nd I'ape? C itnpanv ic
inn; ami It li" waa prea den ol H
i i w Ii - Rpilty t'ompeny and n truatec
..i i " Bowp . Si .h g. itetiK
Mi i wlea waa i Itepubllcan luidiwna
a iVIp - ii i in. ;a'p oi nventhin which
i miiniuated I'lu-odore Rooaevell for fio.
pri r I." . a member t Ihe Union
I., i gut i luh ul (few Vork ih" Union
flub . i si Juhli. H lha l nr" ltd ft
i 'tub qj M aiirp 1 the Wealcheaier Hunl
i lub the Araerkai Vicht Club, the Ana
wi nia i ounri Club, Hie CUy MldrU v
Club, the Mod."-land i iuli of Porili'nd.
I'p Npw Vora (heiliber ol I t 1 1 i".'.
the Npw L'ti J. "d s ! . . tin lt.wntiwn
- a i in, ii.- N.ii . nm I (Ii .' phlei I
. i,.i v the American Mu uiii ol helural
li. ry, the Npw York Stool igier.l Mocfet)
.in.' iln- Nr't: 'tial Am lefn ol Helencea.
Mi .wl"- i- autvivial i.. hie wife,
iii i waa a daughter ' !' hue W H.
I'm - ma by four cnildreti, Kdw "d Biea,
in - id s .1, Wlllli i ti " i id Klajc
I' --.ii- '.nl by two brother! Ch.rlaa
I' ..ml iiw i- R Cowp, lawyer ol tbi
tiuhu irj Xn.f
r - M i;.trbr.
.11. i Spmilth A.tr-
tii- ItaiOrM ClllktllM MOII Hi Him Kpaifti . .ir
MfittAtiuii .it hanUngq, i iiIih,
vrhpffl h waa u('i,,iMT,ft ii (ian KafHinnrci
Wood latr be bicj a atiiillftr pitalttun
tjf raforma whnli bouifhl Imu aptH'iaJ
romnifiMjetioii irm hia auperior offloara
li" aervod h h roliw ir t l uatoma at i
Julo, I'hUtppifitfi In IMMI Ii niiirtiMfi Mi
I the 1 uiitd still', nu iooiii1 o Ui .ng j
health and M.r-j ia-r entrii !!,.'
inni ii- leavaa a arldow, ult nuti
i 1 mi at ii(i lima of nia daath, and a tfauffh-
it, Mr- V Ifrr-- ! Denver, o In
the I'ivii war ha eiitiated in onifiap) of j
iii- 1 lurii MawMthuaatta llaavy IrtHlar)'
Slajor liarhar vaa wl known yaaro ac t
1 Nr Vork ami 1 hn.!ir lit wrai M )aara
Vori wan ri'tfuwl In Vcw ir ).ir I i
nl ill1 1 Imu Hi nl leiHlatOU. MotTlM u 1 t y,
1 . i Mra . Uinan liallantina,
wtdoa ) I'aiai Hui anttna, nou oi .
in' foundar "i tha NMw;irn lira war) haarina
' hi- naiiia Hha waa uiirnad aboui lha naiM
aiul arnia on Octobar 3i, wban n llvhtaiti 1
j aiidlfl aal tire lo lnr iiiaThUlraaa in hat
I hadroorn. Mr Uattaiitioa waa borii In I
Kiitfland aavaiitjr-ala'h i'aara aai wh
ii tarried in tin enn -ixne- Har hulM.nii
tiiMi iii i Hts sii i iiirvivap by ihraa j
i Gaorga ' PlatiDa, .-t-wnni of Hie Morria
' County, N ! . doif I'luit, iiiii m tha oiub
( iimiK it Morria tywn raatardft) ol H uie
indisaatlon He was burn in rranoa forty- ;
I throat reara m Hi- came to thli un
I try whan a Ud Ha had Iipmh ata.ward
I ol Him clllh ainoa May, I f0 . when ha ianit
1 from a imi'ar poalvloh with Hi Midday
lub f i bk'affo. Hp had aKo laan with
ih. Midday tut f this pUy and tba l ettP
I Kavarin Ha i urvfvad by iii- wTta and
I tWO hiLdrPli.
.John V Robarta, pditor f thp Itry h, n
w mi - i, naa a pa par, and i.m oi thr hpsi
known alld in'" prominent WpIhIi writer
I in the I nltad siatoi-, dead at his hoim in
i lha a' lha affa t 51, lla un born in
W - a ud - p' e 1 IM tiud liren a t Phideni
! i lira Mini pditor r Hie Hryih, exert In (
j in t li roliimtiM of In- npw-.paper and In the
inAliy hooKJ he dad writ tan, h treniendoiiH
inn nance on the Wei-h cltlkani ol the
i nltad st itaa,
i k Miihard Bui ton, a ipt trad Brooklyn
llauyar. died mi Hunday a hi- lioma, 319
jWaahlnfton avenue, in hi- araotntbtrd
, ear Ra aarvad In Hip civil wur with the
I riilrleenth licjfimpni He i aurvlyad by
t two -tin-, mid a daughter
ilohll I' I'OI, Speaier 0f thn HniiHP or
: t h Paniiaylvania stuip I ffalatura, dipd
, al hi-- hotna in MoniPrtlead yestprday nioin
Itia Spf kir I ox had heen til lor ten daye
aiuTarum f ni iirifmn- w,,,,. .
BOniKS HI RltRWH I li
a io ,ii , An!
I III SON M tlMKII
l"i '"il M Ten Ivor.
R0DWY AT Stni STiiei
SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM SOON'
mil WRIA M.KHAM t mi.
PLANS nut IT,
Truaieni MeeMf t animitiee tnu tin
Right bead Ulftl t" I nOrr-lli
nnaineed ami neveral iiiHtiona
Hie la cully Mali Xgrei'il I gwB
W,.rk on the eonau-iiclion of a new
building for th- hollaing of the Pulitzer
rhool "f tournallam at Columbia will
be begun Immediately, according t, an
aim iincemeni made yeaterday by lha unl
tetany iruateea m ihelr regular monthly
meeting The nffleial word glean out
,,i ihe ci imj ..f ihe meeting by the unl
t-raiiv aiiihoritlea waa
In ranaeqiien I the recent dpaih
nl Mi Jnaetib Pulltr.er and the obligation
noW retmg upon the Iruateea to go lor
Ward With lha organization of a achnol '
of Jolimallam a planned and endowed
hy htm there a- .tiaid." nhle informal
dim n ion o Ihe ailbjed Slepa will he,
taken to patty forward the organization
..r the arhfiol and the erection of the npcea- I
aary building aa apeedlly aa poealbla A
meeting .f tin- advla a y oommlttee flamed
In Mi PullUer in Ilia agi-eetiieni with
the unlveralti iii probably be railed
in the next fpw weeUa,"
N'.. f Hip Irtialee! would ofler an
opinion aa t.. the probable oonduel of!
Hi" achnol. aa lliia. it waa aaid. waa en- j
Urely in the handa ol tii- committee
I lie alte of the - Ii ail building will he
either ihe northeaal or aoutheaal oornef
of Broadway ami 116th atreei Plana
have Iippii drawn, it ia underatuod, and
liave been In the handa ..r the university
alnce Mr Pulitzer made hi! Oral ".Ter ..I
t e endowment In 19ns
The meeting w,.a longer ihan moal of
ihe aeaalnna of Ihe iruateea, an.' moal of
ii." lime waa taken no by Prealdenl Nlcho
la Murray Butler, who read hi- atinual
ipp.it on Hi" nnair- ..t I ti linivprwiy
,ti "i eB.finn waa received from Mrs
David M Devendorl of Herkimer, S ll
. pte.bllh a acboli rahip at the College
nf Phvaiclana In memory of her huaband,
David M levendurl oftheclaaaof laal
li i provided thai in the iril .t the
ach ilarahlp preference tie given t.. "an-1
didate from the town and county "I
Vmung Hip other i.ift were $. r..m
.: s H s.ino inward nalarle In me,
department ..f aoclal a i.-i for mm ti
and i'ii i i.' li.tmu from Mra Jame W,
(p.rar.l for the Me rcii! Italy acholnrahlp,
andll 181 from the decennial i immlttee
of 'he claaa .! latil for the .. mmittee on '
empkij menl t-.r atudenla
'n ..rder to ofovlde efTecllvely L r the
reaparch work in agriculture Prol C m i
Morgan director of the Stale Agricultural
i liege, at Alfred S Y . waa atx Inted
pr feaaor "f agrimilture aiid placed In
. in re of ihe Bludi and ."i Wyck
fi rin- al Plahkill, N Prol Morgan
-v i 1 1 be raattted by en admlnlatraflve j
h ani conltlug of Earl II IjvII, pro
icaaor "f liyit engineerlnti Henry C
Sherman, proteaajr .f food chemletrjr;
Henry A Muaae) aa date peofeaeor In
'economic; Robert llarier Torrey
profeaeor ol botany: Carlton C Curtla,
profeeaor ol botanv and viguatue s
iiowning. Ural nltant purnniiaaloner
I of education in Npw ork State
Pr i Prederick B Hull m reeigued
..- Columbia' repreentHtive on the
board ..I iruateea t Webb"! cademyi
and Home f. r shipbuilder
FEARPITI 'I I Ml. I. HIMSELF.
I rlrnda i ni Kkpetf IBeged Balllaterf
i orger i l-'acr Trhtl.
!' :. . i uoi - Vol ii lie Pembroke
. Pitt will kill hioieeii rather ihan faze
trial .ii ...rgia of forgery piled up in
i' ip fi Hurt . f hi firm i- freely predicted
i .v V aa 1 1 lend
When Ihe fugitive hc. d of t he .nv abed
grr.'n firm i- i i-day the a.ii,p ..i natty
!". pre irving I., lecm Hp ia believed
lo i ve ., !ed for Kurope with hia eif
i ii . I. . let l New York lr.i Friday
ni, .inn.: li ih" pollre Itrve followed
.'hra 'is u:t courae thefoeelge daatlne.tlon
hi h notified . -id within a ek Pitt
will la : loried under r.rreat on the other
i-.i" ni!".- be I- warned end plana mia
i'ii it.- description he.! Itaan aei.t
t.' - and . nip
Mi ' time ape ol.
w -i" Ii".- he pill aw
1 1 1 : aa
29 '' .1 know ii I
pnttia'ily the pi idaof forgery.
.,: v v !har li' wra t 'iirlit ' .', in
.i.i,' wild apaciilf tlona that he kiet it
i' i- ktaiwn tni he iiM-k everai thouar.nd
dolli - with him wlien he irf. Bfthimore,
. . ih. f-.r a jrear i losn ii ha I been
pualied hrd for i. debt nl I9O.U00 ia !
Mien sin .ii A f'o of Maine, hu h he hrd
iir mi-.. I ',.. pay in inati Intense Thfci !
had i.'iv property cctnoi be e-taMi-hrii
with eio 'i. - 'ih.- home in Roland
Park, worth perhapa e.OOO, and not u
lUtiul realdente, c . reported wra In hie
wife'n name and ihe in ei igr ion ..f
Ml, hard Kandall, receiver! he- no, ye
dixcloaod whether the tinnowned anything
iMvund the oft luipmenl til perhapa
few genuine ordera for future delivery
of grain, with which it ii aaid Pill had
H. iik eaahier who have Ihih.IIihI the
Pill ik.i.h paper are di uaaing Ihe mar
veil',ua facility of the man wnti ihe n
lie had -inn namea purporting lie
;.,-,e .i agenta. ahlppera mid ofllolala
in m raral so o and a' iona pointa Thla
tailed fur er,naiderable Ii-' of namea
wnl, individual cliaractertatlce eaally
ident iflad I'he penmanahlp of the namea
waa remarkable II. ul aach initial ii?
nature liean genuine the dupUcatlona m
varioua iiilla would have nnanfd for genu
ine loo. mi carefully waa the wntingaloue
Ami in no una caae waa the biguat ure of
any in the leaat identifiable degree aimilar
to that of Pitl bimeelf He introUui-ed
trokea in runiiul Inien and in joining
email letters tii..' were unique and in aoiue
oaaea would themaelvea have heen oon
eidennl fairly proof agaitmt imitation
M Its. II A TES TO REM A RRY.
Itli n reed Wife of harle O, and Rdmea
Migitetta Oet Ueenae.
A marriage UoenM was ismied at the
City Hall yesterday to Romeo Miglietta
and Mrs Mary Wheden (iaten, who re-
oently obtained a divorce from Charles
(i fiates. Mm of the late. John W. (lateu.
Mr. Ulglietta gave his age as 32 yeara
l Hnd Italy as his home. Ho is a brother
j of Adrian C. Miglietta, secretary of the
i Texaa Company, and is hlmielf connected
' with ihat ooropany.
Aboul two weeks ago it became known
thai Mrs. (Jates and Mr. Miglietta were
engaged to ba married and it is under
stisi.l lhat the niarriagv is to take place
at Mrs Gates's home at Hi Park aVenue.
In April of this year Mrs dates brought
suil for divorce She and Mr. dates had
been married thirteen years. The decree
of divorce was granted on August 4 while
Mr dates was in Paris, where ne hail gone
to lie neat his father, who waa critically
ill. When he went abroad Mr. and Mra.
I-rank Hopwood and Misa Florence Hop
wood accompanied him. On August 11
Mr. Hopwood announced the engage
ment of his daughter to Charlea O. Oatea.
Mr. datea returned with hia father'a
liody in AuguM. He waa married to
Miss Hopwood in Unionlowu, Pa., on
Big Maaaehukette Mill o on Full Time.
Bobton. Noy. The Atlantic Milla
in Lawrence, one of the largeat cotton
manufacturing planta in the State, to-day
went on full time. The milla. which are
controlled by tbe Dunba: family, have
been running on ahort time for three
rears. They employ 2,100 operativee.
trvw it PKNMION PLAN,
Half P! Itetlreinenl ftrr 1 teira
srrlee firm Pula In 11 .WtooiM.
Armour k Co .the packer inatituted nu
November t ., pension plan for their em
ployees in the United Statea. The mm-
pany atarted the fund with a contribution
I Of 1 .noo.nmi P.mployeee will keep Hie
I fund up by contributing .1 ar cent, of
Lthelr wages Ik.npflla will fall upon em
1 ployeaa Who have rea.'l.e.l an agp l."twepn
, M and 86 yeara after twenty year in Ihe
company 'i aervlce Rellremeul laKiomea
effective at aa after twenty yeara aervlce,
An annual penalon equal to 3 pei cam of
the yearly .salary al ret irement multiplied
by the number of years served will l.p
i. od t. both men anil women employee
However women may retire al Mi instead
ol at nr. if they have worked twenty years
Provlalon is alao made f,.r younfat em
j ployee who are incapacitated ly alckneea
i or injury I ertpin Lenetita go also to Ihe
widow- ami orphana ol deceased em
ployee It ia specified thai if a woman
employ ep marrtea before nerving twenty
yeara -he shall get Lack all of thecontrthti
lions pNid in toward the penalon fund
Resigning employee an- also to gpt their
money t.ark .
the fund will t.p managed by A Wat eon
Armour. Alfred li L i ion and Krederick
W i roll, all e .line,, ted With the Armour
i.i i.i.i ll tl M OFFER l,l00,
Reward for Murderer of ttuteliman
Xrre.t In I'hllailrlplila on suspicion.
A reward of 11,000 has l.een offered by
laaac t luggenhelm for thp capture of the
murderer who ahol ami killed Alfred
Crooker, night watchman on thp (luggen
helm eatate, L'arola Farm, near port
Waahington, L l . early .n Saturday
morning last. Howard OottM is BOW
upying iiis psi.hp, Caalla UoukJ, at
Handa Point, ami when lie learned ..t the
attempt t.. burglarlce th Guggenheim
hotUM and Hip killing of I'rooker hy the
aiirpriaed thipy pa. he imTP'ieel hia WatOh"
men from two to four Other attempla
at burglarising the home of wealthy
famillea in thp vicinity of Hatnpataad
harbor are n..w becoming known, and it
la aaid that ahortly before the killing of
Crooker th levee were frightened away
fr.nn Bourke Cookran'a pktoe
Mi (tuggenhefm aaid lal nigiit at his
home in T'iftn avpiuip thai if anybody
could tell him who ahol hia watchman.
and if th. information !houM lead to tl,p
conviction oi tbe murderer, hp would
gladly pay over 11,0110 I would gn p ii
mora cheerfully," he aaid, 'than I ever
paid ...it that much liefore "
Mr. ( luggenhelm said he did ti-.t know,
beyond what he -aw in newspaper dee
pat. 'lies, about Ine arreat of a auapected
man In Phlladelphiii "If thai fellow- ia the
right man." said Mr Guggenheim, l
auppoee th" man who eaugnl bun will
gel the l .Km "
Sheriff lipMoit ,.r Nuaaail county ia
looking for ihp murderei He complained
to Mr (luggenheini on Sunday that hp
hadn't much money lo DUah a Ii ng aear.-h
for the man. but thai he would do what
1 uld "I ..ffpie-l ihe ti ." t" apur the
authorltiee." aaid Mr. Guggenheim, and
perhapa antneiiodywillbe Indutiad to tall
Yeaterday morning two Penneylvania
Railroad dotei ti e wont up on Iln treat p
..I tin- Penneylvania lhai swings from
Arsenal Bridge t" Locual street. Pluia
delphia, 7.", fit above the a treat, tn oatch
two men who w-ptp walking acroaa the
tie- When the men found thpy wpre
followed they fired at the detect! vea and
then ran along th" gidd) path w ith the
detective it thpir h.s.l-, while crowd
looked on from Ine atreei below. W hen
the detective! caught up there waa a
-tr iggie in which il" two men fought
ami i..,tniv. but ware finally overcome
by the i luMied rev. .'vera of the cops
IIiip nl th priroiiprs -aid Iip waa (ins
Kricaawn of n Weai Fifty-fifth atreei,
Manhattan, the Port Waahington. 1. I .
poli.s. were notified that he answered ti
the daeeription of tt.e man who ah a
laaae Guggenheim'! watchman on No
vember I and were a-i.e-l to eme down
arid I. a .k the pi iaonet over
t7 t;. hi.oii ll ITII FLAGSTAFF.
Icneefcer in Prelgtu I'ard killed uu-r
snrrina i i Mhlrklng lit barer.
i harlea Noble, i checker in the Balti
more and Ohio freight yarde at St.
Ueorge, Biaten laland, waa aenl to 'the
var.N al midnight ..n Sunday t . i he k
a load of lumber which some workmen
were taUing off tor a rush ordr. Among
the workmen waa Nioola Oranlarlo, -ti
year- old, ol Port Richmond. Noble
waa watching Oranlarlo and thought
thai he was not doing his share of the
unl, .a. ling
"Hey. v.. u. look alive!" called Noble to
Ihe man slipped into the darkness with
a grumbling response. In a few minutes
!-.me one stepped out of the shadow of
a car and dealt Noble a blow on the head
with the ferule end of a railroad yard
rlagetaft, Noble fell to the ground He
waa taken to HI Vincent's Hospital, where
he died at .'I o'clock yesterday morning,
Staten Island policemen spent all of
yeaterday and a good part of last night
aearchina freight cars for dratiiario
They did not hnd him. Noble was '.'4
yeara old. He lived on QordOn street,
tint. DIX'l TtWnktglvmg Proclamation.
Ai.waNV. Nov Gov li." to-day issued
the following Thanksgiving proclamation:
i is meet mid right that we render to
Almighty Ciod our grateful acknowledge
uterus lor the abundance winch has heen
VOUohaafed to ua during the year iust
passed Ihe Iruii of the tree and the in
crease nf the field have rewarded the hils
l.atuFlnan. progressive Industry lu arl and
scieii. e has given occupation and reward
to labor Advancing knowledge and tlie
eniovnient ot enlightened citizenship and
freedom Irom plague, paaulanoe and
famine have crowned the year with good
ness. unfMialng on us no other conditions
than of improving for our own happiness
the blessing of u benign Provident e
Let u hound bv an honest yet humhle
desire, lift our heart and voices in praise
and thanksgiving in our homes or In the
oaurcnesol our faith, and he not unmindful
of ..nr neighbor, that together we may
promote freedom, liberty and happiness.
Now, therefore. I. John A. Wf, Governor
of the Slate of New Vork, by virtue of the
anthoritv vested in me by law, in accord
ance with the honored custom, do herehy
appoint Thursday, the .loth day of Novem
ber, in the vear of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and eleven, as a day of general
Wants District tlorne Remoxed.
Albany, Nov. 6 IJr. Charles M. Cul
ver of the Civic League of Albany to-day
pereonally filed with Gov. Dig at tbe
Eieeutive Chamber charges upon which
ia demanded th removal from office of
District Attorney Kollin B. Kandford of
Albany. The charges are based upon the
District Attorney'a own leatimony given
before the Albany legislative probe, pom-
mntee during Itie past two weeks
I Natural EL3
I Laxative Water
I Quicklv Relieves
I CONSTIPATION I
I'rom New York is the
one block from Broadway at 32d St.,
in the heart ol Manhattan and readily
accessible, by elevate. 1, subway, and
surtace. Unci, irom all .sections of New
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO CLEVELAND
Leave Hew York
PennsvlTanta Station Hudson
5.04 P. M.
6.3Z P. M
8.30 P M.
Additional Part Bxpreii Trains leave
New Y'.rk, Pennsylvania Station, (of 1
Cleveland at s.u4 ami 10.50 A M.
Btiecial Tube Tram leave the doemtoam Station,
one bloch Irom Broadway and live minu!e
Irom Wall Strert. and run through to Man
liattan Transfer. connecting at that poiut
with the through trains thown above,
For tickets, delivered ' liotr.r. f.riicc. or hotel, for Pullman reservations
ami any Information,
Telephone "Madison Square 700)"
C. STUDD. I) V A 2fS Fifth Avenue New York City
t PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD tl
f ill 111 CORRECTS OWN ERROR.
eta taWe Yerdlcl fr Defence in Rail
road llama ge Mill.
Supreme Court .lustioe KrWitigoi set '
aside yesterday the verdict of a jury In
favor of the , Nassau Electric Railroad
Company In sun f..r tlO.OUO darnagea
brought by Bertha Schneider and one
of the grounds atated w-as that thelcourl
believed he had been in error in ret using
to charge the jury hi certain resects
,is requested by ihe plaintiff's oounael,
Ihe plaintiiT was a sissnger on n
St. lohn's place car in Brooklyn and
waa hanging Ul a strap The car st..pHl
suddenly and th. standing passengers
were thrown against eadi other The
plaintiff's hand was caught in the strap
'and the ligaments of her fingers were
torn so that the hand was permanently
'. Injured The motorman and conductor
said that the sudden slopping wa- neces
sary to prevent a oollisiou Witneaaee
for the plaintiff denied it
Justice Krlanger Siiid that appellate
courts frequently set aside the verdicts
'of jurte- with nothing before them "but
i a spectre, of Ihe trial in the form of a
record in cold tV(ie," and "their power
to set aside verdicts is BO greater than
;that of the Jualh-e who presided at the
trial, and the latter, it seems t me, is
better able to determine where ,i pny
j haa ernil than the tribunal on appeal. "
The 1'otirt said that the impression
made u(sui him by the crew of the car
i convinced htm that their story was a
I myth Sinn' tbe jury ladievi-d them in
preference to the testimony of disinier
estisl witnesses the intervention of the
court's power was necessary. The court
J also saiil he should have charged the
jury as rcpiest ed cotiontning the crowd" I
oondition of the car.
A Daylight Trip
Lehigh Valley Kailroad
$ Railroad and Pullman Tickets delivered i
W ifC a ftome or OH"c on request.
& m I UBRv M New Vork I4M Br Iwaj, Telephone 4212 Brranl X
) aklP lH WBroidwin Telephone IS0I Franklin J
W AT llud.on l ut.es. sm St. 4 Brosdaay. felephona SSN Utdisan 5a. X
A Sbjtte lludon Tubes, Cnrtlaadl and I'hur, h Sti IVIephoar 42ni i,rt!ndt X
gjgWpSF. Brooklyn M Hstbunh Ave Talephonr 7 Main
fK ti-Sirvt Newark: 11 Market St., Telepkon 7 Market. I
M. Chicago Limited
M. 24-Ilour St. Louis .
M. Cleveland and Cincinnati Express
STREET CLEANERS hit h
Mm in Mglu Work again Told lo soi'
The union of drivers and hostlers of tbe
Department .t stieet rieaning senl .i
committee vc-.ier.iay forenoon to Com
misaloner rid wards to protest against the
continuance of nlghl work The commit
i,.,. conalatwd ..( w II tehton, general
organiser of the International Brother
h".d -f Teamsters, and delegates (ieorge
Preeoutt. Tbumaa Miil. tt ami Dominick
I 1 1 oi ihe street oleansrs' union. The
drivers ami hostlers have made a similar
protest before and were told then as Jheir
representatives were told yesterday that
the night work had proved a aUCCCSS and
The delegll said that the men could
mil sleep in the daytime on a. count . !
the noie ol traffic, that the night work
was distasteful to them and thai the senti
ment ot all the men was against it
Mr Kdw.it I-surtmsted that Ihe lipa for
merly received from residents when ai-hes
and garbage were removed by day inighi
have started Ihe kiok He told the men's
representative.., that the men could work
betterfat fciighl than bJdayas ihetrafr)c
of the day w. then topHsl and la'si.le.-..
Ihe padeetrial would not now have ashes
from passing carts blown in their face
He could not act in the matter, he aaid,
unless Instructed by the Mavoi .
The committee waa t.si late yesterday
to see Mayor Qaynor at the City Hall but
will see him some time this week. Con
missioner Edwards said last evening:
The night work has lsen metalled and
has proved a success, and it w ill continue.
To go to Buf f alo.Niagara Falls and the West
by way of the Lehigh Valley is like
taking a day off from cares and duties or
perhaps other pleasures and going sight
seeing through the most charmingly
picturesque country in all the East.
The views from the car windows, through
the "Switzerland of America" are rare
and wonderful. Within the train the
traveler is surrounded by all those luxuries
of travel and by those unobtrusive ser
vices of trained attendants that turn the
usual fatiguing journey into a delightful
sequence of comfortable, happy, restful
Kuclid Avenue Union Station
7.20 A. M
7.20 A. M.
11.18 A. M.
7.30 A. M.
7.30 A. M.
11.30 A. M.
KWV HMJSM vm:
TODAY and 2 following tayi
at 3 o'clock each da)
sit u in n DING
:.ia Kifth V
I.M K VM r.
:t and H RUT AftTH KJ'.
MR. JAMES P. SILO. Auctioneer.
A magnificent collection oi
In all tlrr and WflVfl)
t.sthered i.urmit w - ii'-'Mn i the U'n
nl I oastaBI Inoplr. fsthrr of th, run
. . . , 1 1, -. r , In I ill w-
hv onOKg ur ogcAn ti.i.i am gn in
VI TV Hill CRKUITORS. 155 Ull.ll.VM
I make the conditions as easy as I Uun and
the men have no tangible grievance I
lielieve Ihe real grievance is that tly miss
the tips they received from householders
when they took the ashes ami siarbags
away in the daytime The people a re ID
bed when they come around now "