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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
RESERVE FLEET GUNS
Tuontx-one .More Slifps (!o to
Horths, Saint insr Conni-cti-i.'iit
on (In1 Wny.
LAND PA It A DM TO-.MOHHOW
Woiiimi A vhitor In Fly Out
North ttiwv Willi Homs
There wan a ureiit rattlint. of windows
alone tho North Hive.- front yesterday
morning n tlie battleships and armored
cruisers of the reserve iIIvIhIou steamed
Up the river to salute tlie Connecticut,
flartil of Hear Ailmiral Osterhaus,
and take their places in the great .fleet
that I to be reviewed by President Tuft
and tho Secretary of the Navy on Monday
In tho afternoon the submarine K-l
llp)Hd silently along tho lino of bigger,
warships tint stretch" from Twenty
fourth strtc north to Knuytcn Duyvll.
and two of tile scout cruiser ntjd U' big
owkward collier found their bertlis
The battlrshlp Mas.ucliiisetts wan tho
first of theres'TVedivisioti in .She passed
the Connecticut before .s o'efoolc aial,
following the navy rile, which nays that
salutes inut-t not be tired before that hour,
was at anchor s'linc time before she paid
her respect with thirteen guns 'I In?
Connecticut was waiting for her nnd the
captain of the M,i...if-liiMlts got a sewn
gun reply before the Miioke fiom his own
barkers had lifted.
The MassaehUtwttH wa follow ed t mickly
by the battleship erniont, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Kearsarr.e, Kentucky, Iowa,
Indiana, (ieorgiu, Maine and Missouri,
tho armored cruisers Washington, Mon
tana. Tenneasee and North Carolina; the
ecout cruis? Silem and ltirniinghnin,
and tJw collier Vulcan Thu Tennessee,
which is the lluqship of Hear Admiral
Austin M Knight, commander of the
reserve division, leceived gun for gun
from tho Connecticut as her flag required
. bho U No. I in the line.
Another arrival was the Dixie, which
Is to net us flagship of the de-t rover fleet
winch, win asneintiie to-day tier cntn-
toinder, Cnpt. K. W'. Kberle, rules t tic
in an tweiuy-ono snips or various
Classes joined the fleet, forming a naval
parade of their own as they slipped out
of tho murk and swum; into their places
Tlio smoKo irom tne new arrivals img
inented by that of the shitu already in
position, wnicn Keep ii ineir nres tor tin
aoiiKoy encinert, iynamos and ice ma
chines, hunu like a dense over tlie
river mot of the day It mlnht have
been a battle scene before the days of
smokeless powiter ant the hiu tiKhtitiK
macmnos loowea uouoiy iornutuolo as
they loonusj up tlirough the hae
1in conilne of the reserve division tiLid
river traffic a bit hawirdoiis for a time
and there was some quick dodging to tet
out ot the wav The scout cruiser Uir
minKham had to set her enRines full speed
astern to nvoid ramminij the ferryboat
NewburRh oft Forty-Second street, and
down tho buy the urmored cruiner Mon
tana was in collision with the Os-abaw
of the Texas City line. The Montana
hardly haa her taiut scratched ,ml the
incident was not renorted to the llain-hin
As oh Wednesday, the crowds of sIkIu
eor that went on to the fleet in shore
boats headed for either tlie Wyoming
ana AtKansas, tne sueruree.unouj'.Iits
that are the biggest of the world' light
ing shiiw in commission, or the Magship
Hear Admiral Osterhaus l,.ft the I!ag
ship early in the day to attend the wedding
at Southampton, 1. I . of Mih I'lournoy
Adams Hopkins to Cilbert A I) Klliot,
boii of Sir Arthur ami l.idy riliot ot Stobs.
Scotland He was aceoniuuiied by his
bon, Lieut. Hugo U . Osterhaus. who com
mands the destroyer Mct'nll I. lent
Oswrhauti wa one of the Ushers at the
Interest among thu flagi-hip's crew
was divjled betweHii the scorpbeard,
where wireless reports of the game be
tween the Giants und Hed Sox were posted,
and the rumor that (' K Martin, an or
dinary seaman.hnd Just received a tliiG.uiM
legacy left by an aunt 'Hie sailors said
Martin didn't know he had an aunt until
the news came m the morning He had
hustled UHhore to consult a lawyer
Tlie report hud it thut Martin's legacy
consisted of JO.ixki in cash and Hoii.kki
in stocks n'.d rrl estate Copt Koilman
of the Connecticut asked Martin if he
1 would kwli u disdiarge if the news were
tntp, but thf sailor said that no matter
how rich h" wat; hj would serve out the
, remaining niri mo- tJisof his enlistaent
"D'ltcJi, " quartermaster of the ftagsliip,
who helps to mik tlie vitilorw liappy.
was Beoulatliig las' iii;;'U us to the siy.e
of the "touch" that ought to be made
when Martin refjri:sJ.
"He borrowed a (quarter from me .once
and I oucht to Bland m good, "he remarked.
Muny of thu vi'ltors to the flagship
lnquireo tor I.ieuieiiunt-Loniruanuer is i
Berry, who was Hear Admiral Oster
hau's flag lieutenant when the fleet
e was here last year They were told that
the Lieutenant-Commander wa serving
in Southern watt-js und if they weie old
friends, their informant added with a
mile, "he has been made president ol
the Order of the Gondola."
Honorary membership in tho order.
it wa explained, was accorded to him
who "kicks the Cuptain's dog when the
CariLain Isn't looliimi " A life member
ship eoes to tlie man who kicks the Cap
tain s dog wjieu me v apium is loosing,
but no one would sav what daring Lieutenant-Commander
lierry had displuyed
to become president
To-day the destroyersnnd submarines
and tardy members of the other classes
are ex(iocted and tho mobilization of the
largest fleet of warships ever assembled
in a harbor will be complete.
BfTo-morrow, four battulions of sailors
and marines will parade The line of
march is from Ilroadway and Ninety,
sitth street, south on Broadway to Fifty,
ninth street, east to Fifth avenue and
couth to Twentv-secoml street, where
the parade will t dismissed The re
viewing stands will lie on Fifth uvenue
between Fortieth und Forty-second
streets, Koch marine detachment will be
led by its band and the detachments of
sailors will carry flags inscribed with the
mimes of their ships
The committee having the reviewing
utands in charge has asked that owners
of houses on th line or parade dworato
them In harmony with the white and
green of the reviewing stands in front of
the public library It is suggested by
thecomniiltisi that strips of white bunting
with green foliage fastened to them would
carry out the plan Householders are
also rcmindtsl that the only Mags that
should be down are the United States Mug
nd the Union Jack
Tho men and officers of the fleet have
been invited to attend an aviation meet
on Staten Island after the review and for
those who can't get shore leave Miss
Hcott lias promised to perforin above the
ships It was announced yesterday that
she will fly from Governors Island up the
river and drop roses on the llapships of
tlie various Ulvlslons hhe will use a
yuroaenipwn.t and win start tin. night
l 1 11 riivh I -
Officers on the ships were sending out , or ft" ''," ,,, , , ,
warnings yestenluy against fakers who Sweet went to Llhs s office in the Droxel
fare using the uniform of u bluejacket as Building in HCIU to collect u coul bill of $7M,
11 cover for begging operations They He testified Ihut Kills struck hlra in tho
aid there were many such at won eye, itUhough he Wus wearing glashen.
I homus, I.-uig who wuscauth masqurad- 1'llia and wilnenon called by him do
ing ill u Bailor's uniform by lwo real blue- 1 nlod that, lie struck Kwnet und said that
jtMkeU who acouueU him or trying Jo
.t. -t I. ..I.I tit 1 l.-ll ,li.f.lnf (
i run iiiiti. wit nt-jti v-jinnub nun
' . . t 1. . . .. t . ..I I.. II.. ,.lln !
court When coiituml tic wild ho wan a
viMiitiiiti fin the mint ll w.i taken on
board mid tln-ii back Ut t-hnr. anuin and
lulird up when it was shorn that hi
diiln i belong to the Ohio
' Jt hi an darkiies fell lilKht tliou
I ratiiN of Unlit shone out union i: tin1 tree
on Itlvi-rfitl" Drive and tli Soldiers and
Sailor n.cnumenl wan outllnnd hi lire.
I hi: wan tlie cltv' grti'lilig to the uwl
til.'IIIIH'tl Itv tin Cllli'lis' comtiiittee, The
li'Ktooii!- lif liithts extend from Seventy-
MHond s rtH't to tho viaduct north of
i liiiiiit'M Tomli. At intervultt the name
of American naval hcros were shown in
'utt, Ion of the drive will take
nlaee everv liirht until Ttlewlav. when the
I licet (ki.sp-! out to M-a after review To
morrow niicnt tne iimi win reply ana tnoso
on shore will s Uio sliiw outlined in
light so that otto rnmillar with them mny
pick out tin" various vessels. jist night
only the diHtlnRiilHhliiK ntimliers of tl
wafxhipM were iIlumiium-.
FIND GIRL STOLEN BY NEGROES.
Hcteetlve Ileseiie Her After Klrt
nappltiK mill -slttise fur Ueenge.
PlliMDKi.PllU, Oct, 10. Detectives
raided a small house on Pino street to
day ut the request of the Department of
Justice In Washington und tvecued n.
laughter of Henry Devlne of Gorman-
towu. Mil,, who was kumnppeil from her
home by Charles Randolph and Mrs.
Mary Itloh, negroes.
The girl ( it! years old and was.stolen
1n revenge because Randolph's brother
had been sent to the penitentiary for
ten years after he had looted the De
vlne home. Tho thief was shot, but he
Uxed to fate trial und was convicted.
The negroes first took Miss Devlne to
W'asliinKton and when the Federal au
thorities began to track the pair they
fled to this tfty.
When found to-day the negroes were
gunrdlng tho girl In a squalid room, un
clean and tilled with dirt. To the others
In the house they had said that their
prisoner was an octoroon. '
The girl was overcome nnd when
tuken to the matron's room at City Hall
told that she hod leen maltreated. .The
negroes may be tried here, as It Is said
they will be lynched If taken to Mary
land. CITY TRAINING SHIP
GRADUATES A CLASS
Diplomas nnd Mcdiils Awarded
to .Mariners on the
Twent v-threo future captains received
their diplomas yi-sterday afternoon after
a two yearn Mriod of instruction on the
training ship Newport, now moored at
Kast Twenty-fourth street. Two Rrad
nates will enter the United States Naval
Academy C. A. (irifliths and A. H. Pugc,
The quarter deck of the Newport was
thronged with the parents und friends
of the Kraduati. It. B. Aldcroftt, Jr., of
the Hoard of Kducution, presided und
said the interest of the hoard in the train
ing ship remained -unabated ill spile of
the lacl: of int-rrsl of the l ederal tiov
eminent. lie regretted that the hill
carrying Government support failed of
passage last vear. He said the (lot em
inent is most benefited hy the work of
the training ship.
K, D. Winthrop, Jr., president of the
Hoard of Education, presented the diplo
mas. He spoke briefly of the excellent
showing made by the cadets at Stock
holm and the expense of maintaining
the ship. He said thut the demand for
American trained men after the open
ing of the l'uuuma Canal would more
than repay the city for the money in
vested. Diplomas were presented to V.
Hums. II It. ( lark. A K. Klugt, A. 1.
Klynii. C M Klynu. It, V. Calloway, .N.
(iieenhalh. C (irifliths, W. (1. (Irow
lvk. I,. Ilogau, li. Hope, J. Kirkpatrick.
J K. Klein. W. J. Maloy, H D. McKay,
J. I; Marsh, H II. Mathias, Edwin Nelson,
A. Page, bdwui Itnveii. A. M. lode, U.
P. 'lowusend and I Williams,
A I. I'lyim, the flint honor graduate,
received u sextant presented by the
Maritime Association; Kdwin Nelson,
sisond honor graduate, receivod a binocu
lar I'.dwin ItHVeli iceeived a copy of
I,ecky's Wrinkles." donated by 1!. II.
Aldcroftt, Jr. II. II. Mathias received
a fopy of Knight's "Seamanship" for
neatness of apis-urance, Commander C.
II Mathews, u. S N.. was the donor of
a set of drawing instruments for excel
lent., in eiigiiKS'iing, piesentisl lo-Arthur
M.'lode 'i'ode ulso received the gold
watch of the Colonial Dames for general
practical proficiency It was presented
iiy (irace D liigginsou and is known as
tlie Hiidson-Kiiltoii Commemoration prize.
l"eli. Itie'j-nberg, '7, president of the
alumni association, piesentod the as
sociation's three medals. George I'.
Townsend received the silver ttiedul for
general excellence; A I. I'lynn, the
bronze medal for proficiency in seaman
ship, and James K. Marsh the bron.e
medal for proficient in navigation,
('apt. V.. II. I'arsoits of Ited Hank, N. J.,
clositd the exercises with "Advice to
Graduates," in which lie spoke of "the
Hoinun behind the man behind the gun."
He urged the men to follow the seu, either
in the merchant marine or the collier
service. An informal reception to the
MBS. LAIDLAW GOES TO COURT.
Ilel ("0111, let M11 n tv ho lli'iil It cur
Illusion In ( liliiHlmi n,
Hose Livingston's assailant on the morn
ing of April I'll was convicted yesterday
in Kecia.l Sessions before Justices Moss,
( ollius und Salmon. He guve his name
as Michael Carboue and was remanded
Mrs. Harriet burton Laidlaw, suffragist
and social worker, who brought about
the arrest with the help of former Assis
tant District Attorney Nudum A Smytho,
was in court.
Miss Livingston (old of going to 4 Doyers
slrts't at 2 o'clock 011 tho morning of
April I'" and finding Carboue on the third
tloor He refused to let her look Into the
rooms, she said, for tho white girls wjte
had come to find and lifter ordering her
away he hit her hi the face, breaking her
teeth, and kicked her.
Mrs. Laldaw told the court that Miss
Livingston came to her the next dav
huiidngcd, limping and badly hurt. "I
wrote letters ut that time to the Mayor,"
suid Mrs. Laldluw, "and conferred with
SUES NEGRO FOR LOSS OF EYE.
( mi inn
Collector Teslinra HlneK
llm a ml .L 157r.,00().
Supremo Court Justice i'ondleton
ordered a sealed verdict yesterday in a
suit against William 11. Kllis, the negro
promoter, for $75,000 damages brought
1 hy i.,.f,.llu k, ,Sw.s;t for tho loi-s
' ho merely pushed Sweet out of tho oflice.iBvH,
Whether stocks go up or
down SAFETY remains
the prime requisite for
investors. The Guaran
teed Mortgages of the
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
ars the safest Investment in the
KICHARO M. KURD, Prttlscnt
fcptUl I twrflm, $8,500,000
59 Liberty St., Manhattan
1B4 Montague St., Brooklyn
AND peWAS MOBBED
PohVe Hi'sciH'tl Victim of
TlioiirlitleHs Yoiiiifrstfis mid
Joseph Unmet of T.tO Second uvenue,
near Thirty-ninth street, was waiting
for a friend last night on Thirty-ninth
street between first and Second avenues
when a group of little girls playing In the
tree.) oirclod about him. One thought
less girl yelled for a joke, at the top of
her lungs, "Kox blttl" I'ox bite!"
Ten minutes later reserves from the
Euiit Thirty-fifth street station rescued
Unmet, whoso clothes were torn, whose
eyes were blackened nnd who altogether
hud had on unpleasant time.
First und Hecond avenues near the
j Hellevue district have been terrorized
lately by men who grabbed youngsters,
rubbed skin from their arms und then
turned them looe The scars have been
imlnful und have becu called fox bites.
At Hellevue Hospital on Sunday nenrlyj
thirty of these cases were ireaicu, 1 nere
were those who said tiiat some of the
children' inflicted the fox bites on them
selves so that, being on thu luvulid list,
they would not have to go to school.
This it was that caused the fox bite
scare, and when a handful rft little girls
ran screaming from iiarnet many stal
wart young men came running toward
him. His eyes were blacknd nnd his
clothes were torn, and as soon as lie coukl
get away ho ilid, running Into a tenement
house ut Thirty-ninth street and l'irst
The stalwart young men passed the
the cry of "Fox bite!" down the avenuo
anil the crowd increased in size. Soon
there was a howling mob ussailing the
tenement house In which Hornet was
hiding. Some one telephoned to the
police, station nnd a sergeant, two de
tectives anil eight patrolmen came.
The coh pyramided through the throng
and in the house found Harnet. He did
not want to leave until the crowd had
dispersed, but the policemen put him
lit tne centre 01 a niue coaieii una anx
and by a forced march he was got out to
the natrol wagon.
Then sticks and stones nnd bottles
began to fly, but the horse sped it up and
the wacou cot through to safety and
then around to the station house. No
little nirl came forth with a complaint
that Harnet liud Hone anvtlnng; there
was nothing to Drove that Harnet's storv
of waiting for a friend was not true, and
so the ttolice held him at his own reouest
until the crowd which had followed him
to the station house had gone and then
let him go.
SUPREME IN THE MILITIA.
Seeretr Ordures Uoirrnor'a Power
lit Mnke or Break .iiiy Koldlrr.
Albany, Oct. 10. Commander Kck
ford C. de Kay, military secretary to
Gov. Dl.x, In a statement given out to
day concerning the power of the Gov
ernor to appoint the Adjutant-General
as chief of staff, f iys:
"The Governor as Commander In
Chief Is absolute In his military powers
and can change, suspend or create new
regulations for tho government of the
organized militia, which regulations
have all the effectiveness of the military
law until changed by the Governor or
by act of the Legislature.
"The Adjutant-General Is the adju
tant or mouthpiece of the Commander
1n chief, and his orders are Issued, not
as his own, but by 'command of the
Governor." They are In nil Instances the
orders of the Governor himself,
"The Adjutant-General, by law,
whether specially designated as chief
of staff or not. Is the chief administra
tive otllcer of the m II 1 1 la, both land und
naval, and would continue so to be
under our present law If there were
several divisions commanded by Major
Generals or several naval brigades com
manded by Commodores,"
INQUIRY AS TO MISS ZINDEL.
Srntrnrr uf Woman r'orater I'nt Oft
t'nlll ('iiniitilsslitii ltiiiorts.
Miss Hose Zindel, late head of the bank
rupt Zindel Manufacturing Compuny,
was arraigned before Justice Blanchard
in the Criminal Branch of the Supreme
Court yesterday to be sentenced on her
plea of guilty of forgery In the second
degree in connection with a note pur
porting to have been signed by a Phila
delphia firm, While her attorney, George
Gordon Battle, was pleading for mercy
for his client Miss Zindel cried out :
"1 have been hounded and lied about
There has been a concerted uttempt to
Jesse Kpstein, counsel for creditors of
Miss Zindel, said that a month before
the bankruptcy petition wus tiled she
got hold of Sl.Ki.ouo in cush but would
give no statement as to what she did
with the money except that the books
would show that it was lost
The luwyer said that among the effects
of Miss Zindel was found a card index, so
that if a name was forged more thau
onco it would be In the sume handwriting
mid she would know which one of her
employees wrote the forged signature,
Mr. Battle suggested thut before sen
tencing Miss Zindel the court appoint
a commission to inquire as to her con
dition and her property affairs, and Just ice
Blanchard said he would do so,
BABIES BURNED IN BONFIRES.
(ilr I rnliilly
mill Ho)' Scrluusl
I'lielr II run 1 Homes,
Two children were burned in Tho Bronx
yesterday, one of them fatally. Sophie
llarrisou, W, years old, of 1072 Anthony
avenue, was helping older chlldien clour
u vucant lot of rubbish. In attempting
to throw 1111 armful intoa bonfire, Hho fell
in with it. She died in Fordham Hos
pital, F.dward Shonskv. 6 years old. of 015
F.ust Hntii street, was told by boys who
wore "baking spuds" over n bonfire that
if he wanted to join them ho must gut her
fuel, As he wus replenishing the fire
his clothing caught, He is in a serious
condition in Lincoln Hospital.
Thf Will Mrrrt fdlllnn ol Thb IIvkmso Mh
iitntalns nil the llnaiu'lal nrw unit thr slock and
bona iiuniAtloim tn thf rlow of thr inarkrl Thf
cloblnr uuotallmtK, Inrluillt-c the "bid Mid al.rd"
Drlrrs, I Hi additional new s mattf r, sre nnlalnwl
alto In i)i nljbl 411U Una) editions ot Tun Kvkkinu
WOMAN IN $30,(1
OF COLLIERSLEAF GOLD
Slw Was 11 Honpflclnry t'lidcr P.
F. Collier's Will, So She
Holds Her .lob.
IS Alt RESTED
Jerome T Caffrey,. for the last seven
years foreman In the stamping depart
ment of I. F. Collier A Sons' bookblnderjr
at 116 Wejt Thirteenth street, was ar
rested yesterday charged with forgery.
The police and his employers say that
Caffrey confessed to having stolen gokl
leaf from the firm worth upward of fn.oon.
Tho thefts ranged over a period of five
In order to effect the thefts Caffrey had
tho help of a woman'employeo of tho firm
She, it is aald, admitted her connection
with tho losses. but the firm will not prose
cute her and will probably keep her In
their emplov as long as she wantu to tay
The reason for this lies In a curious
provision in the will of tho late. Peter
Fenelon Collier. She was one of several
women employed by the publishing firm
for whom a llfo legacy of S10 a week was
provided in case thoy "should lie obliged
for any reason to leave the employ of the
H' here was also a clause in the will which
provided that these lieneflciarieg should
keep their jobs as long as they pleased.
In view of tlie regard In which Mr. Collier
held these old employees it was said last
night that the woman will not be dis
charged. Caffrey, who haa been living with his
wife and five children in a 112,000 house at
(9 South Fairviow uvenue, Rockaway
Beach, and is tlie owner of a house at 1838
Wallace avenue. The Uronx, admitted to
Deputy Police Commissioner Doujherty,
yesterday that lie had stolen the gold leaf.
In his job as foreman he bad to make
requisitions many times in tlie course of
each day for packages of gold leaf, each
of which watt worth a or 17, By simply
making out requisitions for more gold
leaf If mn he needed he found himself
several itackageg ahead ut the end of the
dav. Ihc.se lie would smuggle out and
sell to a downtown doaler for is each.
In this connection he made use of the
woman employee. These thefts, he ad
mitted to the police, began five years ago
with a few iick;iges u week. Lntley
he lus been taking out from iM to ITT.
a day. and while he himself does not know
just how uiuch he has stolen his estimate
to the police is that he got gold leaf worth
more than W,(wn.
About two weeks ago another employee
of the firm found a package In one of tlie
lulls all warpped up ready to be taken out.
He took tho packago to the superin
tendent, Floyd E. Wilder, and tlie law firm
of Osborne, Lamb A Uarvan was 00m
By tlie process of elimination suspicion
(untred on Cuff rey and the ninety-live ruen
in his department. Detective Edward
Boyle of the Charles street station was
assigned to watch Caffrey. and it is said
that tho detective trailed the foreman
to tlie dealer where the gold loaf was sold.
Mr Osborne confronted Caffrey with his
proof yesterday morning and Caffrey
udmitted everything, according to Com
missioner Dougherty. He was taken to
Doughertv's ofnee, where he told the story
again. Vheii he was arraigned in the
.IefTon.011 Market nolice court he was
charged withjrforgery, as the police think
they will be able to prove to a court forged
entries on his books.
Caffrev in his confession said that he
had been spending much of the money he
obtained on 11 young woman also em
ployed by the Collier firm. The woman
who helped him with his theft is sixty
three years old. The younger woman
kuows'uothing about where he got the
Tlie rest of the stolen money went into
his two houses, aud Commissioner Dough
erty said he offered to make restitution
to the flnn by selling thesehouses. Magis
trate Barlow held him in $0,000 bail for
At the Caffrey homo at Far Rockaway
members of the fumily were shocked to
hear of the arrest, A son named I .eo and
a duughter named (ieraldine were em
ployed by the Collier flnn until the strike
which is now on forced them out. A
brother of the prisoner is ulso employed
by the llrm.
Police Commissioner Dougherty said
that the dealer to whom Caffery sold
t he gold leaf will probably lie arrested for
receiving stolen goods.
RUNAWAY ENDS 8,000 MILE TRIP.
I'atrriiiu Hu Sent Back Uy 1'iniunl
INillee Ulad (o Ur llonr,
When the steamship Allian'.'a camo iuto
port this morning from Panama two offi
cers from the Children's society were
waiting on the dock, JSarlier in the day
Superintendent Moore received a wireless
message that Theodore Muchison, a
fifteen-year-old boy who ran away from
his home in Patersoii, N. J., early in June,
was aboard. He was found by the olioe
of Panama city, whore, after a trip of
more than .1,000 miles on freight trains and
as galley boy on u freight steamer which
put out from San Francisco, he had ended
up. "just to look the canal over."
The bov told Justice Mayo at the Chil
dren's Court that he had run away be
cause he wanted to see the world and, ac
cording to his itinerary, he had his wish.
From Paterson he went to Scrnnton,
and from there to Chicago; then to
Kansas City and next to Denison. Tex.
From Texas he went to Culifornia,
and after selling pa-icrs for a week in
Sim Francisco he got a job on tho steam
ship Stanley Dollar, bound for Balboa,
He was tired und hungry when the police
of Panama city found him They gave
him $30, with which he bought a suit of
clothes und was shipped home, and he
told Justice Mayo he was glad to be back.
He was remanded to the care of the Chil
dren's society until his father, Julius
Muchison, could fatten and kill a calf.
ERIE FIREMAN A LIFE SAVER.
.In tups Into
anil Snifi 11
(lie Canal at Paasalr
C'hllil From flmnnliiK.
Passaic. Oct. III. -All Erie ltallroad fire
mini dieil Into the Dundee Csmtl this after
noon and reseiifd Mollle ltomar, 1 years of
Hue. of 7fi Dayton avenue, this city, from
drowning. The child was playing on the
i;rie tiestle over the canal, when she got
too near the edce nnd fell Into the water.
Frank Hall, fireman of mi emdiie which was
ul,.i,.llm nn thn Iri'Hlle. SI1W tllf chilli fall
nnd without wnltina to thiow off lily shoes
or clothing pliinnea 11110 mo chiihi. n
child was some distance away when Hall
came to the surface. He succeeded In
Betting hold or nor neiore sue wrui iiiiwn
Hiritln.und Joseph Mnrknnltz luniied In and
lielcil llnllgei uio lime one irum intmiti.
1-rrrs Her Hon nf 970,000 Debt.
Mrs. Adelaide A. Haynnlds, who filed on
Aueust .1, itii 1, left an estate of 2.t,non, the
hulk of which aoes to her son. l'dward H.
Raynolds, Mrs. HaynoJda Teleaisr-i her
son from the iiuyment of a note, for $50,000
will) interest 01 .'v,vuu uu.
"Never before have the
great cereal crops of the
United States been so
bountiful as those of this
year. Records of pro
duction for almost every
cereal have been sur
passed, in some instances
by millions of bushels."
Everybody knows that
the crops have an influ
ence upon every branch
of business. When the
farmers are prospering
the country is prospering.
And the deduction can be
made from the foregoing
report from Washington.
Advertisers who are
looking for "good crops"
from their publicity cam
paigns should consider
the best field in which
such crops can grow.
The New York City Sur
face Cars carry daily over
1,800,000 passengers, all
of them able and willing
to buy what they see ad
vertised in those cars,
because experience has
taught the traveling pub
lic that only truthful and
honest propositions Tare
permitted to be displayed
Here's your field Mr.
Advertiser, if you want to
have record results from
We have the exclusive
control of all the adver
tising in all the
New York Citj Svrface Cars,
Fifth AYenne Bises.
Study the Cards
We Have a Standard.
New York City Car
225 Fifth Avenue
Tel. 4680 Madison
EMPLOYEES NAMED IN WILL.
Mnny tu (irl fur Karb Yrar
The) WurkeU fur T. V. Srllrtv.
Bpeciflc bequests to friends and rela
tives amount ing to K87.470 nre made in
tho will of Timothy 0. .Sellcw of Upper
Montcluir, N. J which was probated in
the Bnrogato's oOlce in Newark yesterday.
Mr. Sellew also bequeathed $104,000 to
charitable and religions orf;ani7ations.
He endowed the rresbyteriun Church of
Upper Montolair. which was built largely
throUKfi his efforts a few years ago, with
$10,000 for its upkeep. Ue albo left $40,000
to the trustees for a larger edifice when
Mrs. Caroline H. Selfew, his widow.
receives the bulk of his fortune. She was
given $100,01X1 outright and aim the resi
due of the estate. Many employees of
tho firm of T. O. Sellew. of which Mr.
Sellew was tho head, will receive $50
for each year they have been in the house
up to the time of Mr. Sellew's death.
He was in the office furniture businehs
at HI Fulton street and 63 Ann street,
He cave one-hulf of $3.000 in the busi
ness in equal shares to Kdward Sellew
Uelamater anu tjjwjira I-. J rancis. em
ployees. The Rev. Orvillo Reed, iastor
of the Trinity Presbyterian Church,
Montclair. was lert 15.000. Many be
quests ranging from $1'5,0C0 to $2,otJ0 are
made to relatives and friends.
Seven trust funds of KIOMU are d reeled
to lie made for the Rev. !'. B. Munson's
three children, Geneviove, Dudley L.
I U-.......I U . tnr- .1... t .... ..1. 1 1 .1 .. .. r
nuti .uiiittci a., ni-i in,, -.uimiru ui
Ralph Sellew, William and H. Gladys; fcr
tliotwo cniiaren oi iioseun neuew, i iinotliy
Q. and Joseph Kellew, Jr
He nlso orovidKj thut his IrKlnluru
securellodgiiiEH for Mrs. Tuiok at a vearlr
cost ol not moru man nieezecinois
are Kred S. Sellew, Charles 8. Phillips
and Richard M. Martin. Mr. Solltwjv llled
them K.OOtl each and allowed them the
fees prescribed by law.
FIGHT OVER FUND MADE IN 1885.
Tru-tee and One Heir Under Hall-
carrn Will Are Dead.
A petition was filed In the Surrogate's
Court yesterday asking a determination
as to the disposition of a trust fund of
$3SO,ooo left under tho will of Adolf Hall-
garten, a banker, who died in 1845. Mr.
Hnllgarten left funds to his two daughters.
Ailoe H, Franchettl and Eleanor H. von
Mrs. Franchettl died reoentlv in Rome.
and her husband, Iopoldo Franchettl,
claims ner trust lunn unner a nequest
In her will. Her sister. Mrs. von Konnen-
fels, who lives in Germany, also claims the
fund under her father's will. Moth funds
nre now in the hands of the New York
Life Insurance and Trust Company as
trustee under the will of Kxiwin C. Phil
brick. Mr. Phitbrlck, who died recently,
was the trustee in tho Hallgarten will,
and the trust comnanv wants to account
for his acts and deliver the trust funds
to the persons entitled to them.
Paper Merrhatat Leaves fKN,'l44,
The estate of Cleoree Sclienk, a paper
meri'tmnt, who died on August ft, inm, is
appnuaeu at U'ns.im, which kofs In eqiuil
parts to his three dnuchlern, Alma and
Irene Bcneim, ana sirs, i.iiunu nnnepss,
'(he estate ronslstcd thletly nt seoiiriues,
hiu Air. Keluink had .Oitu aharesi uf lit
Kmplre Tin Minlntf Company appraised
as ut no vnlus,
m:w tomkh i.ka nj ihiuiwks
CM-ap '' otiKt. t:vc. at a.tk
EMrmC Manure To-m'u Writ.
JOHN DREW SfcKS
Tnr. PEKPi.Exr.n insnAXD.
I VPEUII W.ftth.fl. I'm. adilSharn.
LI WCVM um In-mV A Thuri. at S-IS.
' will eo 10 rf
lie r,"- -Tribune.
'MINI THK PAINT" (;RL
MITCRIAM li'wav. fith .St. i:w. st s:i5.
UHI I CIIHin Mm, Tu-m'H A Writ, at 2.1...
A IIITt Ask any enc wnn in, Mn her.
Thf Nfwrat. Ualntk-t Vtunlral Comrdy.
IMlGlf '" nvav. Kvcv 8:11.
HtinitoA Mali.Tii-m'w&Wrd atl-li.
"I'lav nf imfslllitfc InlfTui - i:v World.
JOHN MAS 0 N TH t' AT TACK
111 Henry Utrnstrln, Author of Th Thief."
nUUWH MatlncriTo-m'w A Wnl S:1S.
.-y -The mom brilliantly witty pifv nf
modern tlrnen. ll ha 110 equal."- -filnbe
ROBERT LORAINE ur v
BlBsT Slh .St.. Cnl. L'lrrk. I'.stt. S::n.
Tn-m'.3.ai Wed. Vat i.M.So.
A PKAST OF fl'N AM) Ml'SIf.
NEW AMSTERDAM MMs.Tum'w AW cd,
Trn Ihar' Muolral Hornnnee.
IIIFRTV W 1M. rveninriatSdS.
I Matlnee-Tn.ru A Wed S:15
by Arnold Her
nett A l'dward
kMf'Kl.ltHOf'Kl:il. U'voy A .euh St.
HtenlnpatH 15. Ma la. To-morrow ft ed.2:15.
The tLait Iot(I In wnlrl Inmstt
OH! OH I DELPHINE
1IETV H'wav and 4Clh HI. I!e. at S:o.
NKI I Matinee-To-morrow A Wed S.TO.
tnoiner oiian iinrri- miTe--,
ill- ifroii o muKiiicr
With CiKOIMii: NANH.
Jaiatinfx To-morrow. r;i 5.
2F- CHARITY 6IRL Ralph Hirz
Wet2d.St. i:v-.nts.l5 Mt. ed, A Sat at2:l5
WITHIN THE LAW
nFMTUIV TUF1TBE ud a C l'L Wet
nam phone r
ciaer nrn'iuiuice rn u'w
unai rtRriwmiinbia ium Kandtap.M.
Second Annual Tremendous Hpectarle
Seats on Sale for First 4 Weeks.
LITTLE THK 4 Tit IX flth St.. W. of ll'vtay
", t'.vr. S:tS Matinee Sat, 3:.i.
Hon., ot. ,
Hfll I IPK'C E'wsy A 30lh. Ilrtl Public
rf. Wm. Mal.urt. in.flil.lO.
i(n Ihc Compnnj
from ihc Itnyall
LYRIC THEATRE & EXTRA
Owtnt to the Overwhelming Succe
of the cpocb-inaklnc play.
THE HIGHER COURT
By HK.MIV IHV1NO DOtHli:.
As produced by the .National Federation of
Theatre Club-, under the
DIHKCTIO.N OF SYIJNKV ROSi:.FII.D.
Thl- l'crtarmance will be repeated
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2.
BEST SEATS 1,00
tlKft. nnuiuia tiii'atiii
m. bunnr B'way 4s'd st.
cvrs. f.ii. aiai-. To-m'w Wed. 2:11
l. tK Ul IllM-ilLI'
IIOUSH HOOKS WITH LAl'dltTl'lt
1ST0I THKATKi:. Il'way 4 IS St. 1:10.
I UR :is. Mai- To-m'w A Wed.. ;:ts.
"A BIO SUCCKSS - -Telerranh. 1
THE WOHM NITERS ith s.iiie
.... "--' Fl-hcr.
Cllkin Md St.,8lh Av 2V. toil Mat To-mH
Hnnil llald Hflascin THK CO.NCKItT.
Uat. Hon. IIKNHY kll I.I.Kit The lialnbow
BF.LASCO IJHJ.s': st "...;' "
""iiBrr iiiH-v A XAl. 3:30.
"MISS STARR TRIUMPHS,,,-4V,J,V,V
In THK C4.SK OF niX'KV.
REPU1L IC " l-cT.venlnirs staro
nBrlilW J2 St. lUats. Wed ftSat, J:i
Ullam rtlloti and l)ald llebir)rrarnt
: GOVERNOR'S LADY
CAIlM'.filK IIALI. SSIh Street 7ihAre.
. 1 ' 'l t,nr.,i t t ul .M m
r-tit- tr tit ipi"piv ...... . . . ... .
SURDAT RIHHT VoTi
" THE HEART ,!f.. ROCKIES "
I'rtcc-, Jtro. SU1. 75c acil'soc. Now Selllno-
AKIuVxAL- riCAI, FLYI N G
JiKW (iKOl'MIS A I CAT APT 10 AT 3
flAKTSIIOIl lir.llilllS.N.I.OAl .Ubl .11 .M.
T'aUe Maicn Island feuy A 'lialn. AIIM.ase.
IRVING PLACE THEATRE
I've.. IMe Fueaf Frunkf urler.
bijou rviTth-'iY1 v-
PULRAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
I r.ts. a sat, I cui.i.rxii: ;iitusb.v. 4 use.
UMnl-'V.-ll lllaictall rtrturns from Stare.
Ill AVE 'ii'way.inroiiOK iikiian tcc.
in its th st. nii.t.ii: itmivKS. jock
Dally Mat, 25-5oc. jMrKAY, Cnrl Demarest,
Murraj Hill. Mat. To-day. i:n,S:lt. Ilurlrsnut,
1 11 1: r it a 1; k 1: k ,iai:ks,
(ilvra llusliitlid Income nf li:!t,K81,
The tnmsfer lax itppruisal of t lit folate
of Sophin stone Harhcliall, lio tiled ilune a,
Kill, shows thnt she ltft tiropcrty worth
SMii.Hxi. Hlie lert a lifn liittiitt in Die entlro
eHtste to Iiit himhiiml, Mu Itnrsclinll, unit
after hiu douth the property boos to their
son, .lohn M Uarsi'linll of .Nice, Krnnre.
For a Soft; Velvety Skin
and Bright, Fluffy Hair
Fall winds have ti ptcullarly blight
ing effect on tho dflioato Bkin and
proper BufeguardH should bo twod to
protect it. A highly meritorious lo
tion can be made nt little cost by dis
solving 4 ounces spurmax in either
pint witch hazel or hot water and
adding 2 teaspoonfuls glycerine. This
dries quickly, is invisible when on ami
impartR that ttoft tint of healthy maid
enhood to tho skin. This Bpurmax lo
tion serves every purpose, of powder
and mnkes clear und beautiful any
".Stringy," unmanageable, hair is the
result of improper shampooing. A
very satisfactory shampoo for fall is
prepared by dissolving a teaspoonful
canthrox in a cup hot water. Thto
makes a rich, bland lather that re
moves every atom of dust, dandruff
and excrfl oil and after rinsing tho
hnir driis (-niekly with a rich even
color and glor. Canthrox flmniiwoos
make the) hair fluffy and encourage a
thick, long growth.
r.tn AV..1JifUl. V 17 W.-t.nrn.-H'.ii ji i y
borlca of Coinplftr .New Hiieiud
WINTER BARREN !?ffie..E2i.- ' " C
- iiiij PASNiNdhiiim or iiii
ll.S,IVwn'Amli Iji-15 Nt Iji.i Mitir,
9QTU "T Til,. 3d. nr. Il'wav. I.vjs i.u."
3 In li Matlne To-mnrrnn . i
A net American
MANHATTAN '''(.'.l!(M!iil.''i,!wi,i''. V,h,;i
roit rot'tt wki;k.s moiii
80THERN am, MARLOWE
I'rlce-, lie, to ll.JO.
i vjiii r u. nf n' I'.v- a t.. !,. ..
TUP MiCTF r. MOIICrM
SI'KCtAl. M TINt:i: Tt)-IIA
The .National Kederatlm nf Theatre Chili- prrsrni
Tin: HKini.it (ontr.
lt public iterf.of lhlnliiuedrnnn le
Mailne r.lllotl'" Hi.. ai'h. l-i ll'v A t, (,
T?'eurmv"!?n. READY MONEY
f'IIM. ll'v A MB Itv fn Mat Tn.nn "
William Tolller'a L'm,..li,"-'.Jlr '"
'r,14.'- FANNY'S FIRST PLAT
4ITHST. THEATRE f;r
LITTLE MISS BROWN
HROAIIWAY Ihea . Cor, 4lt St. f.c ii
Special Matinee- mnnnays. mi prcn. Neau si.
wr.ST i:MI. lMth. W. of lh Ave. ft-, a i.
Mat. To-m w. BorCITT A Ml PA 111 K(R.
NX.Wk.. JamcT I'ow er Twol.tllleniliii i.-
AND AUTOMOBILE SHOW J
Shntklnr the rraulla of SO year- of
Kdl-on Service In Netr York.
New Grand Central ralare,
Lexington Ave. and fath st ,
Oct. 819, II A. M. to 11 I. U.
HUinM tfl ITaylor (iranvllle A Laura
WmUII h'leipont In The .synem-
ll'iray tc llth St. Lillian Shaw. & 8 bit am.
.I.t'I.U Cit.ASKIt. -Drteetlrs
Keen." Wills Holt WikcneM.
11 way ft C.u SI. t-lin uoruon. otners.
illlllllRA ICIark tc llamllli.n, Mr.
IIUniirilnri Gardner Crane 4 Co, Auo
7th Ate. 12S St.lConiedy 4, Arthur rirarin.
Ally H St.) "rfalned Nurse-." with Clark
nWflA j Ave.iA llerrman. Wello llakrr,
Dally Mats. c. jtuure & Wllllamt. oUiers.
iaB7ryop. ioi.d HKnri.Bt:R;.
nnnLcm no. Mght-i&-ooc.i)aiinin.iu::o
UAMMERSTEIN'S I r$&mi
Dally Matn. ?.! tne. I Uyijidy's Fan loot.
InHiiY a ftnria a -rriei a-enaii
Iteturn- Head From the Stase.
AC HICalKB,C B'ttay A 2Bth St. lives K'Jn
4WC nsalCIl Mats. To mor'w A Wei ;:.
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN
byOraham Mtillat. author of flunty rulliT'Strlrin
NE1Y YORK New York Cltr.
For Glrlt and Tonne Wo
The Veltin School
CENERAL COURSE AND
INUSUAL' ADVANTAGES IN
FRENCH IN EVERY GRADE
Number of pupils limited to twelve
in each class, rireproot school
building, thoroughly equipped.
1 40 AND 162 W. 74th. ST.. N. Y.
Connectlns with A Includlnt 165 W 73d St.
MISS U annoiirre- Ihnt
THE COMSTOCK SCHOOL &
located nl oa l"a-l "jart St., reopeni. Oct. 3d.
Hoard In c pupils from la to 21 years ol an. Da
r I'll- from a to 20 yea rs.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE ffifct
.1 Trtral Hl-t St. Central rrk He. t.
A IhorouchiyeaUDoed. lontrc-tabii-heds'nsi.
Colleje cenincatev Cln-ses for little tmyi.
For tWta anil louna; Men.
trcrnierly bachs Colletlate lDttltutJi
18-20 Wut 89th Street
Most ruAdera school buUdmc la rlir.
ib-oulely Oreprouf. Thorourh rrer-
ration for all colleres. Commercial
deparltneut. Special attention paid tn
ftrlmar Instructlou. Classes limited
numtirr. Open air laslructlon. Les
sons prepared In artioal. Aftrrnooa
rrrrrattoa c 1 a I s s. lbaratarj, Cjm.
Korty-flr-t year befln- Monday, Octo
ber "th at the temporary qaarler-
For ratalnftie address Dr. Otto Knrntr,
779 Weil Knd Av, Tel.. fitter S3.) I
A F. Wnrren. tteadms-t
'4I I'll M 77TII SlltF.l.l.
rtas prepared for 111 Collose." and Srlert
line arknoU. Primary department. ModerJ
school balldlna. Wsll-eijulppeU sjmnalluiu.
ajsth j ear bealn- October 1.
Ileal l'ersona! Atlentlmi to Kacli i'upll.
from ui.Nm:KfiAitii:N to foi.i.lT.r.
trouii hunokiii) and sixty (ihauuaiks
wavi". sjTPiii.',n I'ni.i.vcr.
OUTING CLASSKS, (JYUXASIUU. ATIII.KTI0
l liu.i). hkoi'k.ns otrr. ir.
ao lr-..S SO I II HI,
L. D. RAY. SS W. 84TH ST.
HOYS ntOM A TO ?n. ALL DKPAllTMi'XTS
191 (Iradnaies Have Entered Cnllree
School Now Open. Thnne 4S.VI Schuyler
The 21st Year of
Hamilton tnstltut for Boyi
M WEST END AVB S. W. nor. of 9lh St
Collera and Coniraerclal Preparation.
For Both SeitM.
The Brawn School f Tu(orlna"i rtceptloaal
ucceas In preparlntj pupils for schools and cJ
leies: Indltl.lual lnsirucllon, 141 W. 7ilh st . Jf.
Boakkrrtriai, Shorthand, T)rf
wrillni, rtamiusblp, Civil St nice
ud Acadcalc DtpartHsenls.
Ilsy find; KveninK Sfealoin.
Call or writs for Camlogue,
eat Naek, tU I.
s and Yotins Men,
GRF.AT NEC'fC, L. I.
Aceestlble 10 hoise- In (ireater New
Thoronrli r-lemantarv andCollere r''P"r!,
tory lnireton. Healthful country surround
tnis. Send for tomnhlet
To-nlEht. Marbetnt.sat Mai . Inelllh Muhl!
Hit Nlrht. Hanilel. NeitWeek .m tnr
Writ. Mchl-, Wed. Mat.. ')liirh Ail.i .limit
Niilhlna',l Thiirt. Mht. "lanilnc or lh
f(hrf'rt Hrl. MKht. "Hamlet"! Siti Mi.
"llnmeo and .lullel"; Sot Mclit, .llaihrih