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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
RUBiNO'S DEBT EXCEEDED
ESTATE BY FULL MILLION
Comptroller Tnvpstlpntcs Ku
ppiio's Idea Tlint, Brother
.Jacob Oicd Wcnlthy.
OLD CONTEST TtKVIEWED
Allesrnl Thnt Eupcno Onco
Tlirrnloiird io Throw Tlus
hrll Sipo From Window.
P,eprenntatlre of State Comptroller
Sohtnrr began nn inquiry rocontly to
determine whether Jacob Rubino, who
riled nt Hot Springs. Va., Boptcmbor 28,
left nn estate of $500,000 or was. in
solvent. Rubino had a brokerage odlcn in thn
prrxel Hulldlng for many years boforo
ho retired. Ho wan a member of the
pM "colli board" and won nnd lost sov
rral fortunes in Wall Htroet.' Ho was nn
undn nf Jnme Spoyer nnd Sir Edgar
i Hpeyer. Ho left n brother, Ettgonn, of
Ml West 184th street nnd two sisters,
Mrs. Hermino It. Loenlng of 83 East
Seventy-soventh street and Ilernhordlno
Rubino Kelngamim of Dadch, Germany.
Shortly after Jacob Itublno's death
dispute arose between his brother and
Mrs. bocnlng ns to which should ndmln
iter thn estate and Eugeno D. Hawkins
wns appointed referee. Mrs. Loaning
objected to tho .appointment of Eugeno
us their brother's administrator on tho
ground that ho was "extravagant." and
the courts finally ruled that ho shouldn't
net "by reason of improvidence." Let
ter were then issued to Mrs. Loening.
lairing the hearings Eugeno rnndo tho
claim that his brother had promised to
pay htm n certain sum weekly during
Eugene's llfo. It was asserted, on tho
other hand, that Eugene speculated
hflvily and lost heavily in transactions
with Russell Sage in St. Paul Btock.
It was alleged that Eugeno visited
Mr Race's office with T.ou! Hell, and after
a thrent to throw Mr. Snpeout of a window
walked nway with a check. Tho testi
mony t showed that after tho death of
Mr. .sage l-.ugeno nod some correspond
ence with Mrs. Sage with tho idea that
she would make sonio settlement of a
claim ho had against tho Sago estate, but
nothing was done.
The State Comptroller's Investigation
dhows Jacob Rubino left $334,161 In per
sonal property, but claims aggregating
tl.MS.OOO were presonted against the
estate. The largest, for $1,548,669, waa
hv James B. Haggin, who was nllled with
Rubino in a number of business enter
prises. Other claims aro by tho estate of D. O,
Mils for $138,337; E. C. Benedict fc Co.,
Jft.isn, and tho Uonk'of America, $53,000.
Eugene Rubino insists that his brother
left a net estate of at least $500,000, of
wnicn no is entitled to a largo shore.
VERBECK SAYS HE WILL RETIRE
Ailjntnnt-ncnernl, Centre of fiaard
Storm, tn Quit With Ills.
Albany, Nov. 4. That Adjt.-Clen..
William Acrbeck will retire from office,
in tho National (luanl nt tho expiration
of tho term of (lov John A. Dix is tho sub
stance of a statement of tho General made
public in this city to-night.
Och. Verbock says that he is not a can
didato to succeed himself as Adjutant-
General nor for tho Mnjor-Gonernlship
of tho Guard to fill tho vacancy caused
by tho retirement from nctlve service
of Major-Gen. John O'Rynn.
(ten. Samuel M. Welch of UulTalo, com
mander of tho Fourth Brigade, is men
tioned in connection with tho, appoint
ment ns tho next Adjutant-General,
flen. Verbock was appointed by Gov,
Dix October I as Chief of Staff. Ho has
been identified with National Guard or
ganizations sinco JSHS when ho became
a rnombr of tho Fifth California Infantry,
He has been a member of the National
fiiiard of New York State sinco IKWi. in
lWis ho was hrovetted Colonel and wus
a member of the military ptaffs of Govs.
Morton, Black and Hughes and also a
member of tho Militia Council. Gen.
erbeck was appointed Adjutant-General
of,tho Stale of Now York to complete tiio
unexpired icnu oi urn. iujhoji 11. utriry,
resigned, by Gov. Charles E. Hughes,
Juno 1. 11)10. He was reappointed by
Gov Horace White October 11. 1010, nnd
uy Gov. Uix on January l, lflll.
WILL WED ENGLISH BARONET.
St, I.onln airl'a RnKfiRement to Sir
Wilfrid Heck Announced.
fit I.onis, Nov. 4.--The engagement of
Mi's Kdwine Thnrnhnrgh of St Louis to
msrrvKIr Wilfrid Heek, an English baronet,
wi announced this afternoon at a tea at
th home of Mian Thnrnbiirgh's mother.
Mr William ('. Strililillnc. 2.1 Portland
pliro. St I.ouls Thn wedding will take
place liprn In the spring.
Miss 1 hnrnburgli's finance U Is years old
and is a I leiiienant In the l-'lrpt Devon
Mi.8 'I liornbiirgh Is n daughter of the late
Henry 'I liornbiirgh. She was educiitcd at
lirlnrrlifle Manor, New York
I'i FMivoTO.v, V ,1.. Nov. 4 -The wedding
of In- Harold Wayne Miller of New York
Hml MIm Kllen Van Horn Dempscy of this
rla-e look place in the First Presbyterian
rhnrrli last evening. Thu rercmony was
performed hy the Itev. Dr. A, WrSonne, the
rivor The bridegroom bus been u sur
fori nt the Plotter Hospital, New York,
where the bride has been a nurse. Thu
I'lunle lift at K o'rloek fur Kouador, South
. i-. where the brlilrurooiti will lio
ihii r surgenii and tho brldo Hiipervlslng
nuro in n hospltul.
Thf 'neddlng of Miss Madeleine Dlnkel
"" f ilaiishtet of Sir. and Mrs. Julius
b ' keVniel, to beon King of this city took
i it night In Delmonlen's, the llev,
1 ' Kiiiau of this rlly offlrlatlng. Tho
"rle had her sUtPr, Miss Hortenae Dlnkel-
" o her only attendant, nniK William
K. t hm his brother's best man.
'er ilin ceremony there was a small
-ion. Mr nrid.Mrs. Klmtleft Inlerforti
tnr.ioi allfornla. They will live In this city.
J C, lloitiTi'x Vncht Arlon llurni.
llnsTuv. Sow 4 Vlre snvernlv damaged
'- lu.wer n wiser Arlon owned by Jacob
, h 'gera of New York us she was lying in
;iv.i,r, inland Cove, Halom harbor, to
r nonl was telephoned from tho Island
' he) Hoverly 1'arius flio station, Tho
'"tueii were unable to reach her.
In Xew York To-dny.
Vrr York i:ntomololcal Society, meeting,
A""".aa Museum nf Natural History, 11:15 1 M.
'0mn r, Health Protective Aisoclatlon, meet
!" araoerny of Medicine. 2:30 I. M.
Ml meetlnr of Fifth Avenue Association,
"tltd Ho'iw, ja M,
Aeronautical Society rUttoa exhibition, Otf.
uciiau, statea Island.
INSANE BANKER'S ASSETS $852.
Wife Said to Hare Anured Creditors
Ther Will Ite paid.
Chicago, Nov. 4. Assets of $8B2.28, of
which $200.72 is in cnah and thn re
malndcr In notes and checks, wns nil
thnt could bo found In tho strong box
of tho KIrhy Havings Hank nt fiOia
South Ashland nvenuo this afternoon by
Samuel Vowcll, representing tho Cen
tral Trust Company, appointed rccolvor
of the instltutfcin by thn Federal court.
Mrs. William T. Klrby, wlfo of tho
proprietor, Is said to have assured crcd
Itora that nil deposits and Indebtedness
would bo mado good by her, nn assur
ance in which they placo reliance bo
causo of the supposed wealth kf her
relatives in Wnukegan.
iMter In tho private bank of William
T. Klrby, who a few-dnys ngo was de
clared mentally Incompetent In the
County Court, nnd sent to a sanltnrlum,
tho receiver found a few dollars In post
ago stamps. Unless Investigation dls-
Closes cfish or fteeiirltlnn f1enralA,l utth
another bank tho valuables, plus tho
otnee nxtures nnrt rurnllure, will bo all
there Is to dlvldo among tho depositors
Tho liabilities will not be known for
several days. They have been variously
reported as ronststtni? nt ftnrtaltn
amounting to nbout $15,000 and other
RAISE FLAG LOWERED IN 186L
First Time Since thn Wnr Emblem
Final Over MUinnrl Cnnrt llnnir.
I.ipertt, Mo., Nov. 4. For tho first
time since tho civil wnr an American
flag wns unfurled over tho Clay county
Court House yesterday nftcrnoon. Gen.
John Will Hall, Stato commander of tho
united Confederate Veterans, officiated
at tho raising.
Tho last American flag to fly over
tho Court House was placed thero when
Federal troops took possession nnd
hauled down n, Confedrnto flag In 18G1
by Mr. Hall, who wns then a private In
Gen. Sterling Price's brigade.
The D. A. It, local chapter Influenced
tho County Court to placo the flag there.
OVATION FOR TITTA RUFF0.
Fifteen Cnrtnln roll and Opera
Andlener Stand tn Cheer.
rntLnFl.rniA, Nov. 4 - Tltta Ruffo, the
famous barytone. In his flrt apprarance
In North America In tltel riMe of "Itlco
letto" at the Metropolitan Opera House
hero to-night, received nn unparalleled
ovation In the history or opera In this city.
Charmed with his singing the nudlence
rose to Its feet cheering. Signer Hullo had
to answer fifteen curtain calls with Alma
Cluck, then mude u speech and finally sang
again "Cortiglnnu vil razzl."
For Slgnor Buffo's salary of $;,S0O a per
formance E. T. Stotesbury Is guarantor.
Orville Harrold was the DiiAe to-night.
Alma (Buck was Gilda and Scottl was Sp.ira
fucile. COLUMBIA SAVES $20,000.
Operating- niprnira for Year Shovr
Smaller IlrUelt Thnn In 11)11.
Columbia University made n saving of at
least f:o,000 last year In Its operating ex
penses, John McLean Nash, treasurer,
told tho trustees yesterday.
Tho deficit was Kia.hK.O, ns against
nearly fno.WO In tho preceding year. The
year was unusually prosperous In the num
ber and amount of gifts nnd legacies re
ceived, the total from siuh sources being
(2.175170.04. exdindui of gifts to Barnard
and '1 earners colleges.
Tho cot of opertiitnir the university ex
clusive of Barnard. Teachers ainl the
Pharmacy colleges wns greater than ever
belore, reaching Jl'.lTO.li's.il. Tho Interest
on the deut amounted to fuo.llo.7tl ami the
amount set asldu In tho redemption fund
for the payment of the bonded debt was
Itnu.iHKl. Thn principal of the special
tulids held hy Colnintil.i for various pur
poses connected with tho work ot tho uni
versity amounts to J"..i;u,!i7:ji.
President Butler i)srted the siireessful
organization of n movement In Holland,
participated In by lepresentntlies ot the
Dutch (iovernment ns well ns Ity leaders
of Intellectual and commercial life, to es
tablish a Queen Wllhelnilna protesorhlp
of Dutch history, literature and language
at Columbia University Half of the funds
necessary for tho undertaking aro pledged
by the supporters of tho movement In Hub
land on condition that the remaining half
In raised In the United Ktates.
Thomas Hills flronn, Jr.. tn Marry.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodbury O. I.angdon.
formerly of "l!i Fifth avenue, have an
nounced from their home In Morrlstown,
N. J , the r'ngageinent of their second
daughter. Mif.s Helen Montgomery bang
don, to Thomas Fills Brown, .Jr.. of this
city .Miss l,angdon was Introduced to
society two venrs ago. Mr Brown is a son
of .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kills Brown nf 112
Blverslde Drive, and he was graduated
from Columbia last June, No date has been
mentioned for tho wedding.
Sailing to-day aboard the NIeuw Am
sterdam for Itotterdam by way of riy.
Mr. nml lira. Klchard
Mls Kthel I. nrawn
l r. l)i-itrntintl
llurui J. Dryer
William t:. ny
J, K. i.lnn
Pr J. Mrl'ryrMt
Dr. Chsrles Mr.slmms
Mrs. Harry Settgwlck
Mr. DoilllU Weather
slon Mrs. Kos w. WhlMler
Vllllm J. World
Dr. snd Mr
of the Soelnl Wnrld.
Valentine Mott and Ml fionhln
ljincilnn Mott. who tmxo brrn uprndtne the
summer In Oyster ny, will shortly fall for
I'.uriipe. They will pass the winter In Khartum,
Mrs. Cornelius 0. Oujler will jrlve a theatre
party follower! hy a supper at Sherry's oa Novem
ber 14 tor her ton, J. Coupcr I-ord.
Mrs. James ile Ijnal Flower and her daughter.
Miss i:stelle Flower, who recenUy rcturn'd from
Buro, are nt the Hotel l-ronorl (or the Inter,
Mr, and Mrs. William I'. Stafford have relumed
from (irtenwtch, ronn., to Hast Seventy-ninth
Mrs. May Martin Tllllnirhast will be married to
VMnftrd Itoberts ot Philadelphia to-day In St.
Mark's Church, Dllp, Ixing Island,
Mrs. Joel n. Fisher will Kle n luncheon on
November 14 for Mlis Clcanor Bartshorne, a
dfbutsnto ot tho wlnlrr.
Mr. and Mrs. James i:, Wyckoff have left Cedar
hurst, I I. tor 131 KailThlrty-nliilh strrel.
Mrs. IUh Hunt will rlvn a rianre at Sherry's
on December 20 for her dauchter, Miss Helen 1
Mrs. Wedell Phillips will give a reeeptlon on
!S'oeinber 22 for tho patronesses of thn N'ow
Assembly Bailees, which will be held at Del-
nionlco's on December 4, January 3, February 7
and March 21.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter F. Chapped have returned
from llernardsvltle, N. J., and have opened their
houso at 7 Fast Flfty-lltUi Mrcet.
Col, and Mrs. Bohert M. Thompson will return
to-day to the St. Begin from .Southampton. .
virk. William llrock Shoemaker I"45 returned
from Virginia Hot Spring and Is at the J'lar a 1
for the winter, 1
Mrs. James Unwell Soley, whohanheen staying
In Shtnnecock Bills, I,. I., for heveral eeki lu blitig tlirlvcHand thn underworld has lie
at tho BlU-Carllnn. Mr. and Mrs 'Iler Morso uomo bold. Tho Muyor is resionslblo."
of Westhury, I- I., are also at tin: llitz-Carlton, J
Mr. and Mri. K, ftrnnd d'Bautevllle will go to 'A. O. Vniiderlilltn Arc Cumlii( Here,
Newport on Nnvomhcr 14 tor a liner vun. '1 hey
will sail for Buropo on ;oicniber ! to pass
tho winter at their 111 In Switzerland.
ft Mr. and Mr. Bobert lvc.1 Oammell have re
turned from their country place, South Side,
Newport, and are, at the fit, IKgls.
Mri. Oeorge U. aufhlln of PltUburf la at the
VaaderbUt lor btMf TUIb -
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CITY GOING TO BOWWOWS
AND BEYOND, SAY CLERGY
K. I'miiflicrs' "Rosoliitions
I'ifftiro "Soiiif! Horrible
Methodist ministers nt their regular
miiethiK in tho Boole Concern headquarter
yor.tord.iy said somo very plain things
nbout Mayor Oaynor and his administra
tion. Ono wild tho city was going to the
"bowwows" under his administration
nnd another Niid It wus going to a worse
A resolution was presented which at
first read as follows:
In this time of riot nnd vice and crime
in New York city wo rejoice In the fact
that wo have In District Attorney Whit
man a man ot such ability and moral coura
In tho discharge of duty, and as n Judge on
tho bench such n man as Justice flon". who
knows the law and Is not afraid to act Justly
against wrongdoers, and such an assistant
In tho DlMrict Attorney's oftlco n .Mr.
.Moss, so utile and true.
ncartiiy command tho wisdom, ac
tivity and success of tho prosecution and
conviction of I, lout, Becker on tho charge
of the murder of lloscnthal, which action
has stricken terror to tho underworld.
and which wo trust will awaken the city
government to a more vigorous and cou
rageous enforcement of the law against
saloons that are wide open on (Sundays,
gambling dens tho resorts of thloves, the
disorderly hoiihcs. the gunmen and every
other evil institution conspiring to break
down law and order and bring disgrace nnd
moral ruin to the city.
W call upon -Mayor flaynor, who la the
responsible head of tho city, to enforce the
exclsn law, especially the Kuudny closing
feature of tho same, and to take a stronger
gllp on nil Institution!! that breed vice and
crime and to bring speedily to trial and
punishment tho malefactors who aro so
bold in tho plllago of property and In the
destruction of llfo, arid for such cnergctlo
and efficient enforcement of tho law we
jiledgo to tho .Mayor our sincere support and
When Dr. F. C. Ig'ehnrt had finished
reading tho resolutions Dr. J. W. Johnston
said iio did not buliovo that Methodist
miniblers should go on record ns approv
ing tho Becker verdict, ns many lawyers
still hold that ho was innocent, it wuh
finally decided to cut out thut part of tho
resolution having to do with tho Beckor
Then thy went back tothoMnyor, nnd
tho Hov. A. F. Campbell said:
"Wo ought to hit Mayor (laynor on tho
head onco in n while. At leubt somebody
ought to. Ho HUua to talk to congrega
tions in churches. Ho wiya platitudinous
things mostly and then lio lot tho city
go to the bowwowH."
Whercuiioli Dr. A. 11. I eonnrd said he
thought tho city wns going to n worse
placo than thu bow wows, but as lie
was a veteran missionary secretary he
wouldn't lihii to doscribo tho pluco,
Ono report of the mooting has it that
Dr. J F. l'rico Niid lie had private in
formation that Commissioner wnldo had
resigned, but that after a conference
thlngH were patched up nnd it wus do
cided to lot tiio mutter rest for a while.
Whim nat'fiil l.v rimnrhira liffur 4 lio ,t,...r
(, . imll .i,iu-i, i, ,vi,i,l !,.,
,Hiiuliavinc mado any such Mutvment if it
, 1 'j1' present I'olico Commissioner
"" s11", limy do tiuiug mo nesi no can,
iiui iaw in uuuriy eiiiwivou. I no
tralllo ill 'whlto s aves1 continues, nun.
Ni;l'onr, B. I, Nov. 4. .Mr nnd Mrs.
Alfred (i Vnndorbllt, who have been spend
ing the week end with Mr Vauderbllt'a
mother at The Breakers, plan to return
to New York to-morrow and they will re
main thero until Juat before Christmas, whan
thoy return to England. It la Mr. and Mrs,
Vanderbllf -Intention to occupy Oakland
Farm Mil auiu-K,
The Real Sovereign.
DR. J. P. HOGUET'S DINNER.
Snya I'nreiTell Before MarrylOK
.llls Helen Xnrl (loiird.
Dr. ,1. Pierre llnguot. who will marry
.Miss Helen Noel tiourd, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Henry K. tiourd, in St. I'atrlck's
Cathedral on November 18, gave his fare
well bachelor dinner lat night at the Har
vard Cluli. Hit guests were:
I .ouli J. do Mllhau
Hone li. llnruet
Itobcrt It. llnguel
John Illgelow l!nrh
l)r. Arthur W. Snann
Dr. Itlrhard Derby
Dr. Alfred Stlllman 3d
Dr Kenwlck lleekman 4
Marcel N. Courd
HophQcl U Cerero
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
MAIIY V.. V MlI.U:tt. Surrogate Cohalan
VMterrtay dtmt&scd objections by Henry A.
Miller In the will of hli wife. -Mrs. Mary H. V.
Miller and admitted the document to probate,
t'nder the will MlHer wai rut o:t lth II and
the bulk of the rstate went to the decedent's
econd nmsln, Mrs. Marcaret U. Perdue. 'I he
will wan executed on May 11 last, two daya
before, Mrs. Miller died of tuberculosis. Kin
Inett Smith, a laujer, called In to draw up
the Hill, teslltled thai Mrs. Miller told him fhc
illun t want her husband to vet anything and
wanted tu bo sure she wouldn't bo burled In
the same grao with him. The lawyer then
Miirccstcd thn bequi-st ot It to Indicate what
her lhea were. The. Surroicato finds thai
Mrs, Miller knew what tho was doing when
she mado her u 111.
SAH.MI J. It. CHOATt:. A report by Keerton
Wluthron, Jr., as referee In Ihe estate of Mm.
Ssrah J, II. Choale uliowi that the ostata
amounta to J5.8i. Mrs. Choate left a bequest
of lT.no to Mary Teague, her cook, tt tn her
employ at tho time of Un. I'hoate'a death.
Tho executors refused to pay tho legacy be
cause the rook left Mrs. Choate's employ four
months before the tatter's death because of
Illness and died a short time after Mrs. Choate.'
The referee derided that the cook waa merely
on leave during her sickness and thai her
estate Is entitled to the legacy.
N.U'OI.m.V n. HAItnv, ho died at Hobokrn
on October 50, 1012. left tw.orm and his residuary
estate to bis son, Ralph K. Barn': tO.000 to hi!
daughter. Edna 1!. Harry of Andovrr, Mass.,
and II, win to his daurhlor, Mrs. Helen Ilobla
son of Nantucket, Mahs.
BOHATIt) C. KWTTSCHMAn. tpectal partner
tn the Stock Eichanre firm of Lee, Kreteehmar
A Co.. who riled on December 16. 1011. left a
total estate of (44A.M2. of hleh he gave UMJCC
to his friend Kllrabeth J, Hofer, (M.072 to bis
friend Francis drier, and tSO.iBS to bis friend
Charles I. Price. Thn Metropolitan Museum
receUnd 113.00 for paintings and a ltoman
table purchased at the llorcbrse palace.
MI1H. MAItli: J. 1!. COLLINS, who died July
la, titr), and whose estate ronslsted chiefly
of three parcolsof real estateln rordham.dlrectcd
In her will that no part of her property should
be occupied by Italians or negroes or used for
tho salo of liquor. 1 1 cr assets warn I12.3A3
and her drbts 117,072, largely due to UUgaUon
oer her property.
SARAll HAMILTON BKK3INS. who died at
(ireennlrh nn November II, HMO, and was the
wife, nf A. Poster lllggtns, left a total estate
of 113a, 71(1. of which a third cons to her husband
and the other tuo-thirds to Sarah O. Bobcrts
and Alice C. Grant, granddaughters.
11. AMi:i.IA riSHCTt. who died December SO,
1010. left a total estate of tMUOt, the bulk of
w hlch goes to her nephew, Daniel D. Klsher.
I.i:ONAlll) WHUHKIt.M. D., who dlsl December
o msi, jell a gross estate oi aiat.Ysa, or wiucn
tl7s,73n urnt to his widow, Meta Webber.
''holllprolded that if his wlfo had died beforo
Im onc thlrd of the estate was to go to the
Wartfourg Orphan Farm School, Hebrew
Orphan Asylum, Crispin Homo for Aged and
lntlrm, ami tho Home for Aged and Infirm
Hebrews, whllo anothor third waa to go to tho
UuBcrblty ot l-'rlangcu, Oermany,
Mi:vi:it II, SCHONZlilT, a poultry merchant.
who riled October 3, mio, leu a total estate or
SI1.20U, tho bulk of which went to his widow,
MAUY !. WASIHIUlt.V, who died June t, 1011,
jell a gross estate oi s-.u.twu.
SAMIJIII, ZIMMKIIN. who died February 54 last.
left a net f-siaio oi a.u,rwj, oi wiiu-u iw,w went
to hi w If n, Sarah, aud the rest to bts son, Dalid
nKOIKli: PIIIMI ri'lIlL. who died at Bam-
burg, tin many, on junn iu, luu, leu an estate
of H77.701 tn his widow, Wllhelmlna, for life,
and after her death to two daughters.
DAVID U)VI:NTHAL. who died February 10
last, lift -M,:u. oi wnicn onc-tnirti went to
his widow aud the rest to three sons.
nuNiiv ni:oiton otto wbttlaufeii, a
rlDlion manufacturer, wnn aien uarrn -a, ivii,
left l.'.'.VSI to his widow for llfo and after her
death to two daughters and two sons.
BIM.liN S. COI.llUltN left a gross estate of
213 l,3H7, of wiili n tne resiuuary estate, mu.oij,
goes to I'crrls K, Thompsan, a nephew,
ANN'i: McCOVlIU.V left a gross estate, cf 11M.80S
to two runs and a grandson.
IIKIINMin BAVANAOII left a grosa ratate of
lf)l,s:i, all of which weut to his widow, Bosanna,
ADA HOWi:, who riled In Paris on October 13,
inn, left n gross estate of t3vi.M7 and net
S2M),M. Her (laughter, ciara iioya iiirKin,
received 1172,078 ami her son, Alexander Curo
uilng llone, got IXK.ZM.
NATHAN F. STKAUS. member of the Arm of
Kaufman Bros. & flondy, manufacturer! of
smokers' specialties, loft a gross estate of IIN),
f03, the hulk of which went to mo sisters, atlas
Henrietta Straus and Mrs. Carolyn S. Fojter,
and a niece, Dorothy A. Foster. The will left
19,000 to Mount Sloal Hospital and le.oon each
, iio the Educational Alllaooe. MonUAora Home,
Hebrew Benevolent Sedety aad.laa PtD)e a
, Ha iuaay Cwoeila, M
HARVARD CLUB EXTENSION
PLANS ARE PUT ON VIEW
Members Will Vofe. on Proposed
Million Pollnr Improve
Members of tho Harvard Club can
see at tho oluh houso designs nnd plans
for extensions nnd improvements to the
building which have been prepared by
Mclvim, Mend ,V White under tho direc
tion of the building committee of tho club.
The proposed Improvement include tho
extension of tho present building at 27
and 20 West Forty-fourth street unj IS
nnd 80 Weet Forty-fifth street over the
ud joining proportion at 31 West Forty
fourth street and 32 to M0 West Forty-
fifth street ind tho enlargement of such
features ae are now found In the present
club houeo. Thero will bo a meeting of
the club on Saturday night nt which tho
membcrri will vote on the proiiosal of the
building committee. It is expected thnt
approval will bo givon to Uio plan.
IVoperty for tho improvement wan
acquired Beveral months ago by some of
the club merabetS who thought it might
be needed at uomo time for such a pur
pose. Last May the club ofliolully took
over the Fortyiflfth Btreet plot adjoining
tho Harvard Club on tho woot. They
do not yet own tho Forty-fourth street plot,
but tltlo to it can bo hod at any time.
Witli these properties tho club has, front
ages of 75 feet on Forty-fourth street
and 110 feot on Forty-fifth street. Huch
added apace will permit of increased
facilities sufficient to take care of the
demands made on tho club houso by tho
3,700 mombers. At present tho house is
Thn improvements include extensions
or all departments. In tho basement,
besides additional office spoon, a swim
ming pool with dressing and locker
rooms is provided.
Oa tho first floor thero will be an exten
sion to Ihe present hallway on Forty
fourth street, a bar In u separate room
instead of the present grill room bar, 1
an omplo billiard and pooi room and a ) ot the 1'rooklirn In-tituta of Arts and Scl
...k..ii .i , i ' ' , , . f eneen. Ho waa unmarried. Three listen
substantial dining room two stories in
height connected with Harvard Hall, to
bo used for daily purposes as an addition
to Harvard Hall and also for lurco nrivato
dinners. On the second floor additional
library, reading and writing facilities are
On tho third floor will be two or throe
nrivato dining rooms, iu addition to siutco
at present unoRslgned.
uno rourtn mm lirtli floors will bo do
voted to bedrooms and bathrooms, eigh
teen bedrooms on each floor connecting
with tho present bedrooms. On the
sixtli Iloor will bo spico for additional
stpioHii courts, suowerH, looKem unit arous
Cost of tho improvement Is estimated
by tho architects to lie $1,100,000, but of
tills 1350,000 relates to the probunt mort
gage on tho clubhouse, which tho building
committee thinks should be replaced by
another covering all tho projierty. To
meet this oxpenso it is suggested tluit tho
olub take n first mortgage of $750,000 at
4K jier cent, on Its holdings und make up
tho difference of $350,000 by tho wijo of
second mortenuo bonds In denominations
of $500, tnx exempt and bearing interest
ut tno into or u tier cent.
The Increased annual expense of theso
imnrovemonts. It is oxnectod. will bo -
2.',o. and tho additional nrollt will w 127 .nun.
Tills increased fixed charge of flB.250.
1, ,nn t. tnir..n t. ... ,1... . ' 1 1
Mitniix,,, .., i m ium'ii nut,, 11
not profit of $30,000 yearly, leaving a mar
gin of safety of $10,750.
The btiidllng committee consists of
Charles B. Falrchlld, Amory O. Hodges,
Franklin Itemfngton, Thomas V. Slocura
and Langdon P. Marvin.
Swift 4 Company's aalai of Freeh Beef In New
ICE CREAM SHOW OPENS.
Cakes and Confections Alan on View
in the Onrtlrn,
There have been so many political meet
ings In Madison Square Harden lately that
yesterday afternoon a tiinu wns stationed
nt tho main rntmnco to explain that what
as going on Inside was not a Republican,
a l'rogresslve or Dcmocratlo rally, but
wns tho New York Baking, leo Cream nnd
Cnndy Inhibition. "1 lio exhibition Is a
display of machinery that will make any
thing from lucid to fudge without any
necessary Interference from human hand.
'Ihe former Mrs. Tom Thumb, who In
now Minn, lo Cointesse I'rlmn Mngrt and
Ives with her hiishand, fount Magrl. nt
Mlddleborn, Mass.. has sent to the exhibit
a piece of her wedding cake, baked and cut,
so alio explains In a letter to Chairman
Chnrles tleli-ert, when Don. Tom Thumb und
she were married in 1SB3.
The exhibition will he open from II A, M,
toll I'. M. throughout the weet.
Prof. Terence .Tacobson.
Prof, Terence Jaeohson, who waa first
principal of the llrooklyn Training School
for Tpachers, died on Sunday at hi! home,
131 I'lerrepont street. In his sixty-ninth year.
Ho waa born In Norway and came to this
country in his youth with his parents and
nettled at Westhnmpton, 1,. I., where he was
teaching school when IS years old. He served
three years In the civil war with a New
Tork artillery regiment and at Ita close en
tered I.afayettn College and later becme a
professor of mathematics at Washington and
Jefferson College and rubscquently ft publlo
school teacher tn llrooklyn. His wife, who
was allss Maria Wells of llrooklyn, survives
Tr. Arthur Tnsrj Cnhot.
rtOSTON, Nov, 4. lr. Arthur Tracy Ca
bot, one nf thn leading surgeons of the coun
try, died nt hlj home on Commonwealth
avenue to-night, aged 0. Dr. Cabot's rise
In his profession was simultaneous with the
great growth of the Massachusetts Oeneml
Hopplt.il. He waa graduated from Harvard
Crlleito In 1M2 and from Harvard Medical
School In 1176 and studied surgery nt Ilerltn
nnd Vienna. In ll'l ho Joined the staff at
the hospital, and upon resigning several
yenra later was appointed to the staff of
consulting surgeons. Many of tho greatest
operations performed there were In his
charge. Ho waa a fellow of Harvard Uni
versity, a trustee of tho Hoston Art Mu
seum and e. fellow nf thn American Hurglcnl
Association. Dr. Cabot's wife survives hlra.
DCNKirtK. N. T., Nor. 4. lohn Wanton
of Kusiell died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Hlmer 15. Thompson, to-day. Mr. Stan
ton was horn In Hupc11 eighty-five years ago
ami had lived In that village all his life. At
the outbreak of the civil war he enlisted an
n private In Company F, 151t Iteglment,
Pennsylvania Volunteers, and served until
his regiment was mustered out at Washing
ton He was taken prisoner at (lettyaburg,
but made his escape from the guards while
being taken to Itbby I'rlnon. Kor several
months he eerved as body guard to den.
Ioubleday at his headquarters tn Belleplaln,
Va. Hn Is survived by his wife, three aona
And two daughters.
Mra. Allison Cleveland Harden.
BOSTON. Nov. 4. Mra. Allison Cleveland
Hardon, a leoond cousin of the' late Treat
dent Cleveland, died on Sunday at her home
In Cambridge, aged 72. She waa the daugh
ter of Charlei Dexter Cleveland ot I'hUadol
phla, who was American Consul at Cardiff,
Wales, for four years previous to the civil
war. Afterward her father conducted a pri
vate school for girls In Philadelphia, which
the daughter inherited and for several years
conducted. Mrs. Hardon waa active In Epis
copal Church work.
Mrs. Martha Trnnunell.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4. Mra. Martha
TrummelU aged 91. a cousin of President
Zachary Taylor, died In Washington en Bun
day. Uhe was brought to Washington by
th Taylors at the time President Taylor
waa Inaugurated and she. Uvea In the White
House for a tlma. Within the past few
weeks the aged woman, who waa a Demo
crat and whose husband waa a Confederate
veteran, had frequently expressed the hope
that she might live to see Woodrow Wilson
CHICAGO, Not. 4. Wardell Outhrle,
grandson of the discoverer of chloroform
and one of Chicago'! oldest cltlicus, died
to-day at the ago of 81. Mr. Outhrle waa
horn In Racketi's Harbor, N. Y In 1831.
In 1846 he moved to Chicago, where he en
gaged In the Ice business. At the time ot
thn civil war he organized a company of
soldiers, known as thn Mechanics l:isltlers,
which he commanded aa Captain.,
The Rev, Ceorge Albert Redles.
rillLAniH.rillA. Nov. 4. Thn Rev.
Ceorge Albert Redles. formerly pastor of
the 1'roteatint Episcopal Church of Ht. John
the I'.vangellst, died yesterday at his home,
8S09 North Twenty-second street, lie was
69 year! old nnd retired from active work
last June. Ha leavea a widow, one eon,
CapL William I Redles of the United State!
Marine Corps, and two daughters.
Henry Blatchford, who had heen In the
tnmirance bualneRa for forty years, died on
Sunday at hts home, 17S Columbia Heights,
llrooklyn, tn his sixty-second year, BInco
thn dissolution of the Long Island Fire In
surance Company, of which he waa secre
tary, ha had been the Iong Island general
agent for the Royat Insurance Company, ills
wlfa and a daughter survive him.
Henry C. Adams.
JTenrr O. Adams, a veteran of the Mexican
war, died on Hunday at his home, 111 church
avenue, Flatbush, in Wa eighty-third year.
He was born In Dublin, Ireland, and had
been a resident of llrooklyn for seventy
three years. Ho had long been retired from
active business, as distiller, A son, a daugh
ter, eleven grandchildren aud live grtat
grandoblldren survlvo him.
William N. Peak.
Winiam N. IWwJj, a retired wall paper
manufacturer, died on Sunday at his home,
0 Prospect Park Weet, llrooklyn. In his
atxty-slxth year. He waa a lite member of
1'18 Montnuk Club and an honorary member
ROBTON, Nov, 4. Joaenh Warren, for
nearly elxty years an noooumTant and auditor
In lloiton with the Maverick National liatik.
Is dead In Dorchester, aged S3. Ho was
born In Columbia, N. Y., and waa educated
tit Dartmouth and Yale, leaving Yale In the
famoua class of 1S53. lie waa a momber of
thn 11 rat Yale crew that rowed against Har
vard on Lake Wlnnlpcsaukee.
Persons suffering from general
debility, thin In flesh or with poor
blood will receive the greatest
benefit from using
The Oil used In thta prepa
ration we Import direct from
Tho taste of the oil Is over
come In this combination.
Luge Bottles, $1.00.
12 Bottles, $11.00.
Flfty-nte yean la bailneia, oar tiiaraatee.
H. Te Dewey & Sons Co.
.rivwlAMCort. IU rul torn Jit. ,N,T.
. L. Y. CHARTERS GETS
Clirlsfinn Sclcnco Kmler Says
IFnsImtifl Abused nnd
HUB HAND DROPS ACTION
Wife Denies Charge of Miscon
duct With T. I;. Temple of
TniiNTON, K. J Nov. I.- Jlrs, Lillian
Young Charters, n Christian Hcicnco healer
of Now York, was given a rilvoroo from
Charles Charters, who In also a ChrlAtlau
Scientist, fromVlcc-Chahccllof Iewls hero
Tho more serious charges of miscon
duct were ubandoned in thn proceedings
and tho divorce obtained solely upon
me ground or desertion, which wns nroved
to tho satisfaction of tho court by Mm.
unnrters nntl corroborative witnesses.
Mrs. Charters, who Is a daughter of
Oon. Young of Washington, was accom
panied to Trenton by her father. Several
times during her story she broke down
and tho Court had to wait until she gained
Her testimony Included, thouch In.
directly, a comptcto denial of the allega
tions in which her huslumd had sought
to involve her nnd T. Ij. Temple, njwealthy
resident of Quogile, I,. I.
Although tho suit for divorce had
originally boon instituted by Mr, Charters,
hts wife subsequently filing n cross bill.
.Mr. uiartcrs to-tlny abandoned his action.
His counsel, Alexander .Simpson, Informed
tho Court that unless Mrs. Charters at
tempted to establish her allegation of
misconduct her husband would make
With tills preliminary understanding
Mrs. Charters took tho stand and told of
her marriago career, which began in
Texas fourteen years ago when she and
her husband wero both actors. Mrs.
Charters said that from the very first her
husband hud failed to contribute toward
While thoy were on the stage he regu
larly sent his part of their earnings to
New York, informing her thnt it was to
pay an old board bill. When they finally
came to Now York eleven years ago she
uuggested that they go to Mr. Charters'
old boarding placo and settle up his
obligations onco and for all. To tills she
sail her husband replied thnt he could
not recall the name of the hoarding house
Six years ago the Charters removed M
Now Jersey, whero the wiro built a home
at Palisado, Hergen county. Notwith
standing her efforts to reform her hus
band Mrs. Charters declared that he per
sisted In his cruel nnd inhuman treatment
In her capacity ns a Christian Science
practitioner bIio had been retained to care
for,tho spiritual welfure of the children of
Mr. Temple. Tim fact that sho whs fre
quently at the Temple homo on Loni
Island, she said, gave her husband an (re
cuse for charging her with impropan..
conduct with Mr. Temple.
Sho said ho even went so far as to charge
her with being the mother of tho youngest
child of Mr. 'lemple, who was born beforo
sho had even made the acquaintance of
According to Mrs. Charters her hUB
band instituted suit against Mr. Tempi
for $100,000 dumages, churging Air. Temple
with ulienating her nfioctlons. This
action was non suited when it came up
for trial in tho Hudson circuit.
Mrs. Charters said her husband had
paid marked attention to Mrs. Mabel
Wheeler, a neighboring Christian Scientist
living nt Palisado and an intimate friend
of Mrs. Charters, in tills she was cor
roborated by Mrs. Wheeler, who is now
living with Mrs. Charters at Great Nook,'
Mrs. Cliurters told how about- four
years ago her husband hml ussaultod her,
seizing her by Uio wrists and throwing
her on tho bed. At another time he came
homo and demanded money. When Mrs.
Charters said she could not give it to
him he throw her on a chair and sug
gooted thut sho go to Temple and get
money from him.
During their residence nt Palisade Mr.
and Mrs. Charters bad n common bank
account. (Sho said that her husband
contributed little or nothing to thin,
but drew largo checks for his personal
Corroborative testlmonv was riven
by sirs. Diana I,. Elyo, a housekeeper of
Airs. Charters; Miss Oertnide ulakely, at
bookkconer and friend of Mrs, Charters.
and Mrs. Mabel Wheeler.
In her bill Mrs. Charters alleged that
her husband had been guilty of mis
conduct with Mrs. Una Wilder, ngainsb
whom a suit for divorce wni tned in
Ixmdnn last March. Mr. Charters waa
named as a corespondent in those pro
ceedings. ANDREW D. WHITE 80 YEARS OLD
President Taft Send" at Consrratnla-.
Ithaca, Nov, 4. Andrew D. White, first
president of Cornell University, former
Minister to Russia and'Arnlussador to Ger
many, was pleased when he received this
morning from President Taft a congratu
latory telegram on his eightieth btrtbday
anniversary, which occurs on Thursday
next, t'resiuont lau s message louowa:
"I beg leave to oxtend my cordial felici
tations upon your reaming your eigutietn
blrthdny and i sincerely hopo that you may
bo spured many years to assislt the people
of the United btatei ill the solution of their
problems hy tho Intlueuce of your broad
and cuthollo Judgment.
"Wim.iam H. Tirr.t
Nolnblea Arrive on I.arnnfai,
Atnnntr thn nnsanntrers who urrlved Tel.
terday aboard the Iioonln from Liver
pool nml Ouocnstown wero II. I). Hurnham,
&l....Hnr. ..ml I ml, 1'1 ttl t V.1 C. M.DAn
mi niintii'u unit ,,m, ,,.., ..u,, w. ,u.u,,
Kinnund Clareuco E. Whitehall.
rtOIU.IVrH.-On Friday. November I, IMS. a bit
home, Olenbrook, Morris Plains, N. J..
Jonathan W, Itoberts, In bis 9M year.
Funeral sesvlcefathls late residence on Wednes
day, November 8, at 10:50 A. M. Carriages
will be In walUnr at Morris Plains staUon upon
the arrival ot the train leaving lloboken al
tub. It la requested that no flower be sent.
THOMAS. r.ttle, aged V
Service. "Tim llwieiu!. Cncacn, 241 West
till street O'Rank Caxipbhli, DciLDtxa),
Tuesday( 10 o'clock. Automobile college.
TOMl'IUNU.-Oa (Sunday, November , at Nyack,
N, V., Charles Wllbon Tompkins, late or
llrooklyn. N. Y, to his 7!d year.
.Punrral eorvloes atl'Uhklll on-IIudson, Wednes
day, November ft, at 2:30 P, M, Carriages
wlil meet Ualn loavuiir" Urand Central liae
FRANK E. CAMPIELL
D, H. SMITH Bualneea look! O. K. Brers-body
anxlou hear from you. Win address, l vtu