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HIBSON MURDER TRIAL
r,aypr to Knee Jury at Goshen
for Allowed Killiiif; of
NO TIME TO HE LOST
Justice Tompkins Will Hush
Things Slate Studios
Assistant District Attorney Wamr
tocel and Ills drputy, Poncon Murphy,
iro buoy yrstortlay afternoon proparliiK
tno last touch to tho l'ooplo's cose np;nlnst
Burton W. flllwon, tlio Now York lawyer
who goes to trial to-morrow nt (losfien
rJiiTRwl with tho murder of Ho,! Hzabo,
rlrownwl in Groonwood Iiko on July 16
last. Mr. WiinnrrvoRpl und Mr. Murphy
will leavo Now York till- afternoon. Thoy
will make their headquarters nt tho St.
Klmo Hotl in Goshen during the trial.
Justice Arthur II Tompkins, who will
preside at the trial, is much like JiiHtice
flolf in his rleslro to expedite proceedings.
He has already signified his purpose of
Retting u Jury nnd hearing four or flvo
witness tho tirst day. Tho regular panol
of sixty talesmen for Orange county has
been Increased by 150, who will report there
to-morrow. The Jurors will probably be
locked up, as they come from all parts of
Orange county and llvo at some distance
from the court house, and this might
cause delay in their reporting for the
In preparing the caso against Gibson
Assistant District Attorney NVasservogol
has paid particular attention to the records
of the trial of Chester V. Gillette, who
in 19U6 was brought beforo the courts
on tho charge that ho drowned Elizabeth
(Billy) Urown In Pig Moo Lake. It has
been pointed out to Mr. Wanservoijel that
there is enough similarity in the two
rases to make a perusal of the records of
the earlier cose of interest. But what
those who havo examined tho reports find
most interesting are the dissimilarities.
if a man planning to commit it crime
fcuch as (iibson is accused of lud taken
the Gillette case for a model and carefully
avoided the pitfalls into which Gillette
fell he would have ronduoted himself
exactly as Gibson is charged with doing
If wum rnmrirktMl An4 mink n .,.... '
" , - ...... ,iv,. u emit OI
aflalrs would bo tho more likely, it is said
if the rnun intending to i-otnn.it the criino"
were a lawyer with a lawyer's apprecia
tion of the Iuwh nnd effects of evidence
lor examilo. it ie. noticed that Gillette's
rnM was wimU 1?cuum, when ho went
in thu IkmI with the Brown girl, ho was
Hilly (lrtsex for iHsht and Kill a vicl:ed
suit c-ifco and his tumiN rackot with him.
liibsun. on tho cither hand, vl.en he en
tered th bo;.i wjth Mrs, .Sain, ua m
his Iktthing suit
Atler the Brown uirl was drowned
lullctto s ri'cord bhows that ho went
.ihboiv. cut through tho woods und dis
.ippu.ired. Giljson camo kd to tht.
hotel after tho Hznbo woiinn was drowned
and explaini-d to tho guests of tho pl.io
whoro ho was btopping how Mrs. .Szalw
had accidentally met her death.
m'fl UVOwwks curef"l Preparation,
in w ldcli Mr. W as.-rvogel and .Mr. Murphy
limo dovotod thir timo exclusivolv to
'ho OibMm ttutl.-r, rr. WnsM.TVogors.iiU
vootorduy Hint ho felt over' iwnlldoncu
iii the strength .f tho People's Oaej.
He has a nunilwr of important wim-isos
whoso names havo not ten m ido public
and who will bo called at tho trill
Thosu who attended the h '.irr 3 U-foie
the Lomnussioiier m .Jersey I hv whro
Gibson's attorney, liohert H hl.,' 0,
testimony hst week lnvo rmtwtl n
htory wlucli they extwet t!U-"m will tell
in his defence if ho take tho stand. Mr
Wasservogel twiid ye-terdiiy th.it "dic
States case will l.o ol such a n.iruro ;is
to make it necessary for tho .1 riisoj to
testify in his own behalf
The defence, as spectators r.t tho com
mission hearing gathered It. '.rill 1 that
while Gibson and Mrs. Ski bo i.-rw on th
take thoy changod twain lu thy rowlnat.
rh 1 boat .upset. Qibnon swam to Mr.
hasbo. who was struggling in tho water
and offered to assist her. Sho seized him
and twined her logs about liU body.
Both sank. Thero was a stnigijlo in th
water, in which Gibson tore lumsQlf free
from the woman's embrace and in' do
ing so the shirt of his bathing suit was
pulled oyer his head and off. Ho camo
to the surface, but Mrs. Szabo did not.
Two of the medical witnesses to bo
railed at tho Gibson trial will bo County
Physician King of Hudson county and
his assistant. Dr. A. P. Hasking. Both
were to testify at the deposition hearing
in Jersey City. Dr. Hasking stated that
ho agreed with the physlcizrns intcr
. viewed by tho Now York District Attor
neys office that Mrs". Szabo had lieen
wrangled. Dr. Hasking will I called
by the prosecution.
Mr. Elder has said that ho will call
Dr King for the defence. Mr. Wassor
vogel explained yesterday that in caso
Dr. King is not called by the defence ho
will be put on the stand by tho prosocu
tion. NEW TREES FOB PARKS.
Mover Find He Can Plant In Fal
as Well aa' Spring.
Tark Commissioner Stover has dis
roTrred a new wrinkle in farming, and
that is that tree may be successfully
Piantea in winter. The rule has been
to plant only in the pring. He is going
to set out 395 pin oaks and sycamores to-
uwiiun as soon os mey arrive irotn
FhllAlolnhln Din 1... 1 1 1 I. 1 A I
in Colonial Park insldo of the fenoo for
ru aoove 14am street on tno Braa
hnmt Bramt. dMa
Some of the sycamore trees will be set
NEW CHILDREN'S COURT HOUSE.
Ulterior fWIII He In Greek Style
With Doric Cnloinna,
I'Uns for tho new court house for tho
'iiHren's Court have been (lied by at
. nets Crow, Lewi A Wicltonlioefer.
II be four story building with a front
' 1 si.S feet and a depth of 7. 8 feet,
' h north side of Twenty-second street,
v fewt east of Lexington avenue. The
;.iViln mil .be of llmeitooe. and It will
- -ireproor. llie'aeim or tne exterior
ne In tllA (IroAtc stvln nf nrrhitaettlrft
' 1 ill be ornamented with mssslvo Doris
Him i nere win bn u laree court rooin
' n unnll court room, a motlicr's'room
1 ' it nursery The srehltccts have estl
u ted the tt.t at IJOO.OOO.
VAUDEVILLE CLUB COMPUINS.
linrcr. Asnluat Member Who la
lit- Kdltor of "Varlelr.''
fhirKPs liuve been made by members of
te Aatidevllle Coinedj' Chili to the club's
1'onr.l of control nculiwt 8, .1. Hllvormon,
"li'or of l'anfy and a member of the
"'lr members object to the publication
.'",'"'-' of un Ttlela which it Is charged,
hh iiirnr-teu naalflct the elub nird Its mein
irl" L r1" v'", ,"l'l -Mr. Silverman re
,Hi board of rontrol has nrnonff Its mem
ii'J ,f,A""n. Mrtln Beck. Cleorge M.
llIS"- IYlli Collier, Rain Harris, Bert
ffl" Mirins loew, Corte Payton, Ben
MuaWaimti Homer Mason.
He nnlt, at C'hiiroh and tilrl Lands
Hint In Jail.
Bayosne, N. J Nov. tC After an
exciting clmso through the streets In
pursuit of her prospective husband, who
turned back at the church door, Helen
Sklhah of 31 Rast Nineteenth street
nnbbed her faint henrted lover, An
tonlo Dtihln, of 8 Kast Twenty-first
street, and turned him over to a police,
The bride to be, accompanied by her
attendants, had got as far as the door
of Mount Carmol Church when Dubln
turned to her:
"I don't think I want to get married
now; good-by," he said.
He started to run.
Helen, followed by her attendants,
dashed In pursuit and caught him. The
pair were soon surrounded by a crowd.
Policeman Van Woeart appeared and
the young woman turned her captlvo
over to him. Van Wneart took An
tonlo to police headquarters and he was
arraigned before Magistrate Boylan.
"Why did you run away?" Inquired
"I had the wedding announced from
tho altar, but when It camo to the
crucial moment I decided I did not
want to get married after all," replied
The court ordered him locked up ts
give him an opportunity to make up
STEEL CASE TO sC0ME HERE.
Government Snll Will Hare More
HrarlnRi In fir York,
Washington. Nov in. The taking of
testimony in tho dissolution suit of tho
Federal Government against tho United
States Steel Corporation will bo resumed
in tlili city on Tuesday. Dr. Francis
AValker. Deputy Commissioner of Cor
porations, will o tho first witness. Dr
Walker was engagi-d in the Investigation
of the steel trust by the 'Bureau of Cor
IKiratlons Several other witnesses will
le heard. The hearings will probably
last for three or four days.
Tho Government will lw reprohenfed
by .Jacob M. Dickinson, former Sjoretary
of War. Hearing will lie heard in Phila
delphia and New York beforo the steel
attorneys begin submitting their side
of the cas.
SOLDIERS TRY SUICIDE.
fterarant and Private Shoot Them
elves Attrr rirlna Disciplined.
San Fntxcisco. Nov. 16. llernus
they had been disciplined for partici
pating In a poker game at the 1'resldlo
Hotel Gottfried Hugg, until recently
llrst sergeant of the 27th Const Ar
tillery, and Charles W. Caton, a pri
vate In the 10th Company of the """ost
Artillery, shot themselves In attempts
at suicide this morning. Hutrg and ten
other ntllcers lud been reduced to the
ranks and Caton with twenty-four fel
low privates had been sentenced to pay
fines for taking part In the game.
Hugg has served In the army fur
twenty-seven years. He has been a
sergeant for the last fourteen years.
He will probably die. Caton's wound
.1 M Hi:CHT . CO.- petition In liackrnptry
Iw Iwrn ll'nt nr.nlnM .1. it. Hrcht A To, iror
iMirntlont. niflmif.-iriurer of .it U) Wen
ItouMoi Mrrrt, tiy .Icnoph St-lnlwrif. nttornv
fur th"-' rntlltiir Holt? A- Snet. Mia. IKnimn
PaiWf rio fo". Ml, .ml I.mil Slf-pel, SI1S.
It .ilinyrd tNv M:r "ortMr.vlon l IiitnUrnt.
m.vtr piTfrpin'flt in u.rnt of J2UII Mii
trnti-frrit inerrtiantll. ant nprount . i.
.lu,l7P Mnvrr HiiiMiliiifi "liMn tllnu rT''irr.
tiolift ;;.lH(, u itlt diltMorOV to roilUtiU tiu.luv.
twrnt iln I.l"lillltk itrr minted to t,f
iriu atiit n.it S'.,.i.i 'I'I.t' I orr Sl.'"l
flu I'mploy-,' to. wdiif 'I hr rorporntlou
Innirpuraifl l" lirn.iry IT. nil. with a
r.npltal utm'l: $?I(U anil nlrrr'il M6ku
iltz A Ilfrlif. utm ha-1 hern in tiuslnrsr. nwr
np yrar. Jnciin 11 ii''int was trfi tirrr
I KI.'lVNSn'l.S' p?'l'ioii In IwinLruutfy n.n
been nb-l asalnn A rrleii-,tclii i p.irnllon..
tnanufarlurri of women's l.uls fit Als ltrol
way. by these ereUlinrs. J.i'nb U'jrrKVO . Islior
lln..'t. J.1M. and II (loiJ'o.-ru. tin It I.
alleged that the corporation w In .ohent, made
preferential payments of S3.m unit admttlrU
In writing Inutility to pav II- debts Jtnlice
M.ter appointed I'dcar A Mejrr receiver,
tjinrl Jl.o.1) AtiMhsm Kritenstrlu l pKsl'lnnl
snd tiU wife, Amtflt.':, Is secretaiynnil treasurer
It was stntt.1 Uut Mr riiienstvln has iIN
ittipcarpd, tr,t tils wntreaboiits nr" unUnown
loirt the b'jsl'iess was left In chnrreof s forrman,
The corporation wa tnt'orporulril un I'ebruary
7. 191t. i.llli .1 CJij'ilil sto.-l; of .MI.Oll UaMll
tlc&arciKif drPnltfl known but n-r esilmaled
41 fron l.O.'H) to SW.'IVI Axt. are sail lo
Till: tJMTIH) STATIC r..TISTS CO . manu
facturer uf toot'i paste at XI i:asi Tweuly
eventli street, hss i:id a voluntary petition
In banliniptry, v. I ill ll.itillliles s.li7l and
ssrts V.3j1, ennslstlnz of iiKicl.'. SI..VJ1; manu
facturing pluil. .',ii; oftice UMiires, J570;
note. f;;'. itood accounts. (luO; trade mark,
rood In llo-ton, $Ti Aninn; His credi
tors am llertha M Johnson, tO.SJ?: fnltrd
t Igar Stores fompany, S1,.v. and (leurce I
tlartrnt, Tne company was Ineoi-
rornted nn March '.'a. lull, with capital Mock
K.'O.OOO. (leorec I' Marirns. formerly presi
dent, leslirned hi May. 1BI? WHIUm II. Johu
kon Is treasurer.
UOIIIIIS c;OTTi:srr:i.l A petition In bank
ruptcy has been riled against Morris Gottcsfrld.
manufacturer of chlldrnn's dresses nt til Canal
street, by thc! creditors Frank Heller. Jill;
David Dorf. SAM. ami Wolf U-vj-. S1SO. Llablll
lies are Mid to be Sl.iO) nnd ni.se ts 83,000. lie
hecan business In I'ebruary. 1'JIO.
DOTMSIIANSUY & noiUWtAN - A petition In
bankruptcy has been filed aialnst Nathan
llotoshansky and ('halm her liorfman, who
compose the Urn of Itotushansky & liorfman.
manufacturers of waists at ill Canal street, by
these creditors: Frank Ilellrr. I'.'oi: David Dorf.
1300. and Wolf Levy. $10). Liabilities are said
to be $5,000 anaVassets S3.000. They have been
In business about two years.
LOUIS AUONSON. A petition In bankruptcy
has been filed acalnst Louis Aronson. whole
sale dealer In butter and ergs at 100 Kast 113th
tied, by these creditors: warren I). Ilanfiird.
H.OM: Iteynolds A Inlnc. $43. and lleynolds &
Co., 3.110. It was a lie led that he committed
an act of bankruptcy by making an assign
ment nn November 14.
UKNJAMIN S. WISH, residing at 313 Central
I'ark West, formerly president nt the Wlso
I'lano Company of 17 Kast 125th street, has
Pled a petition In bankruptcy with liabilities
Jlil.sn.1 and assets HO0. consisting of cash WOO
and a claim for 3200 against the creditors' com
mittee of the company for services. The
creditors are Olivia and 1. It. Houghton. 1IU.500
on lease which has been surrendered: Mar
guerite M Ives, t'l.Mt) on a lease: James I).
Leary. sj.vn, breach of csntract: Northern
Hank, in,ooo. Indorsement nf notes of the Wise
I'lano Company, and I he New York County
National Hank. 323.000 Inducement of notes
nf the company. Mr, Wise was In the piano
business many years. A petition la bank
ruptcy was illed against the Wise Piano Com.
psny on April to, 1SU. which was afterward
dismissed, as the company claimed to be sol
vent. ClfAltl.KS S. KYTINTiK, freight broker of 118
llroad street, has filed a petition Imbankruptcy,
wlih liabilities $17,119, all of which were In
curred as a member of the firm of Alfred If.
I'ost & Co. There are only three creditors, the
National Manufacturers Company, Sl2.au;
Thomas L. J, rirld nf lindun. Kngland. $1,110,
and the Munson .Steamship Line, II, un.
ST (1ALI.KN UANm'ACTUlllMl COMPANY-.
.Schedules In bmkruptey. nf the M. (Inllcn
. aianiii ariurin k i cimpany, laces ana einorciiaer-
.stle. of I7A nrnAriwsv. show llsttllltle tllTfso
with ten additions! claims whose amounts are
unknown, and nominal assets, $A3.75, con
ilsilnz of merchMidlre In storage warehouse,
J.'o.ooo; bonded warehouse certificates, SI.OO0;
machinery, tS,W, Insurance. $A0, and rash,
$V Mnu all of tho accounts have been as-
imeil snd II Is stated that If they were al
collected the estate would be entitled to re
ceive about SIO.(W). Among the creditors
are K, W. tUxIcman, St. (fall, .Switzerland,
SV,.ai0: Commercial Ihnbrotriery Company,
f.il.fWO: Nathan Simon. l,775; IJrhtenhetm
k .lltrn, $s.W Xllddlefes Dry Coods Com
onnv. SIAHS7; lnientatlonal Trust Company,
MoMon, it:.703: Market and Pution flank,
l.tm; llnuiry lUnk, $;,?un, und Morris lesier,
Jfi.'joo. Yin schedules were Died by Morris
csfr. i'e-rjn'j)ldcnt of the company, who
tidd that thu Inforneitlon wa derived from
other miircea thin the books of the company.
7.HHWIT. 4 itosK-NnLtlM-yrhedules In btiik
rupley of Zc.rwlis ltnrnblui)i, cloak maim
faeiurers at 1M West Tweniy-nfth street,
show liabilities $12,630 and asets $12,1(10,
consisting of stocks at com, $4.n77; nxiures
and machines, $7(0; accounts, $S.mjo, and rash
In banks, $Mil.
XII.VAKI.S MUM. Judge Mayer has appointed
My Rosenberg receiver for Pericles Aenskls,
trading as Jteaakls llros.. carpenter and cab
inetmaker, at 40 New Bowery: bond, $1,100.
II was suited that a city marshal was In pos
session of the property.
RAILROAD NEEDS KEEP
STEEL ILLS ACTIVE
35.000 Cars Ordered in October
nnd Brisk Business This
IjAIWK WIRE CONTRACTS
Deninnd for Structural Mntc
riiil ns Fnr Ahead n De
The past week has shown a heavy In
crease In railroad equipment orders and
between closed eontiacts nnd Inquiries
still pending It Is believed that the volume
of business has been eloso to u record for
the period. In all there have been In
quiries for about r.0,000 ears of various
tyrx's nnd In addition a large number of
locomotives have ben contracted for.
Tho 'older placed by tti' Chicago nnd
Northwestern Hallway Company, which
Involved nn outlay of some 18,000,000,
was the largest not only for the week
but also for some month.", and there have
been outers nnd Innulrlrs from fewral
other ro'idt which have lotnlled In the
I aggregate about ns much more.
The Chicago. St. Paul. Mlntirnpolls nnd
Omaha ami the Delaware, l.ackawnnna
nnd WeMem both closed contracts for
hirge nmount', nnd the New York, Ontario
nnd Western distributed orders for 1,000
ears between the Cumbria Steel Company
I nnd the Standard Steel Cnr Company,
i The New York Central nnd the Pennsyl
vania system nro expected to placn orders
inlthln a short time, In nil contracts call
ing for about 15,000 curs hnve been closed,
but Inquiries have greatly exceeded this
. During the' month of October there were
about .1S.O0O cars oideiid, which with the
I additional business of the present month
i has kept the car shops booked nearly
six months ahead. It Is estimated thst
' the builders have h:id orders fni 70,000
.to 100,000 cars on their books nil ycat,
and at the presi lit time there Is no In
Idlcatlon of any slackening of business.
I Hall orders hnve also been coming In
rapidly nnd it Is generally believed that
this year will see th record of approxi
mately 4,000.000 ton's, which was estnb-
iisueu m i:'vt,, surpnsseu ny a consider
able margin. At the worst production
will be exceptionally heavy, even If there
Is some setbnek, n there Is a very large
ItonriaKe on the books of the vnilous com
panies which Is almost beyond th proba
bility of cancellation,
In other branches of th steel Industry
J there has nlso been considerable activity,
i Nearly all of the large consumers of wire
and wlie nails have contracted for their
' leqtilrements throughout the first six
months of next ear. The price at which
these contracts have been placed Is on the
basis of tl.no Pittsburg, nnd It Is not
, belltved that any deviation from this
flKUre will be effected befoie the first nf
the year nt the eurllest. Specifications
In this line have Ik en heavy and most of
.the mills In the PlttsburR legion aie
behind their contracts on shipments.
Demand for structural mnterlal and
steel plates Iris been strong, nnd In some
eases deliveries are lelng contracted for
as far nbend as December, 1913. On de
llveiles within the next four months pie
inlums of II to $2 are belnp cbnrgeil,
1 Oil plates the general market bus ad
vanced from $1.S0 to !1.S! a ton. nnd
Ins high ns Sl.Ce a ton hns been chaiged
for delivery In the spring of 1913. Stnic-
' turn! steel netting approximated ner
IIO.OOO tons during the week,
The diniculty In getting raw material
' nvullnble for steel plntes has resulted In
n marked shortage not only for this year
, but also for the first quarter of next
enr. nnd premiums of $2 a ton ate being
'paid for prompt delivery. The capirlty
of the mills Is being tad and makers
' are hesitating over booking new bii"l-
, ness, n rontrnst to the general uti
pipe makers report a fulling off tn In-
qulilrs. but this condition Is weUomrd
nther than regretted, as the mills aie
, hold so far ahead that they would be nim
ble to proinlee shipments on the usual
1 uliu. of r.ltieu for three or four tnollttlH
'..r' i,tines to nm'liiue -it the late
, w, n- 'V business to cuii.inu. at me. laie
u nas oeen Kuins .or Mjme iiioe.
In basic lion a Minrtuge has also de-,
Ivelopid which Is inpldly liecomlnK serl
' oui. It Is lepoited that an older for
, 00.000 tons, for which the buyer Is will
liiK to pay $17. It. has not been placed.
, This order calls for delivery over the
next flvo months, but the prospective
btiver has been unable to locate nny ton
n.ilte. It Is thouulit at I'lttsburs that
prices for basic Iron will show a de
cided Increase within the next few weeks
I due to the prefent heavy demand and the
liaise buying movement which Is expected
to develop shortly I'nless there Is Im
mediate relief In this market this Bra.de
will probably show a Greater Increase In
price than any other made of lion.
The situation In the Qlrmlnghain dis
trict Is not quite as serious. In
Alabama prices aro now on the basis of
$14 spot, $14.50 for the first quarter and
$15 for the second quarter. Orders ar"
not as heavy ns they have been, espe
cially In dealing Involving second quartet
delivery. Stocks In the sards are small
and It Is estimated that tho. year's output
will not he up to the record of 1910,
when 1,039,000 tons were mined. The
output durlnp October was tho heaviest
of tho year, amounting to 1G0.3S4 tons,
and for tho first ten months production
hns approximated l.COO.OOO tons, At th'
rate the total for the jcar will be about
Hall orders to be placed In the South
amount to about 57,000 tons for the week,
of which the Tennessee company received
practically all. These ordera Include 40,
000 tons from the Southern Railroad,
15,000 tons from Nashville; Chattanooga
and Ht. Louis and about 5,000 tons from
a Chinese railroad. These, together with
the 150,000 tons received from other roads,
will take up the capacity of the mills
for some months.
The Iron market In Germany ! In satis
factory condition, according- to advices
received during the week. The Berlin
correspondent of the Iron Age states that
an acreement has been reached between
the Hascm pig; Iron syndicate and the
Luxemburg-Lorraine group of Iron com
panies. In commenting on conditions In
Germany the correspondent writes:
"The excellent position of the Iron mar
ket appears to be fully maintained. The
pig Iron syndicate has opened snles of
Luxemburg Iron for the first half of 1913
at an advance of 2 to 3 marks a ton ; It
also added one mark to the prices of
Ithenlsh-Wcstphallnn and other grades to
compensate for the advance of coal prices
adopted -this month. The advance will
apparently take effect April 1, when the
new coal prices go Into operation.
"Some of the most Important of the
Luxemburg-Lorraine makers maintained
a sort 'of separate organization, which
had made an agreement with the syndi
cate to hold' UII the end of 1913. For
Homo time .negotiations have been In
progress between this group and the syn
dicate. The latter demanded as was
duly reported several weeks ago In this
correspondence that the Luxemburg-
Lorraine makers give up their organiza
tion altogether and enter the syndicate
as ordinary members. They were given j
till a certain date to consider the mat
ter. They have now decided to Join . the
syndicate, tho arrangement to hold till
the end or 1917. only inreo concerns
remain aloof, but they cut scarcely nny
figure In the pig Iron trade,"
Baratlar Kilters Parsonage.
Trie Presbyterian parsonage nt Klmhuret,
Queens, was broken Into by a burglar early
yesterday morning and about eight dollar
In cash and three coals stolen. One of
these belonged to the Rev. tloorge II, Felttis,
the pastor of the church, and the two others
to women members of his family,
POTATO QUARANTINE IN FORCE.
Secretary nf Treasnrr Issues Itnlea
for Customs Oflcers.
Washington, Nov. 16. .Secretary of
the Treasury MacVeagh to-day Issued
regulations for the guidance of collectors
of customs in enforcing the plant quar
antine net. passed ut the last session of
Under section 7 of tho act, importation
from certain countries of tho common
or Irish potato was prohibited. Collectors
nm informed that the promulgation of
a nntlcn of prohibition against the im
portation of anv article has tho force and
offect of law.
Consequently it Is tho duty of customs
officers to tnko notico of such prohibition
nnd to determine in tho first instance
whether any part of a cargo of merchan-
flluA Mlltnrfwt nf. thft nilatnm linttaa la In
1 fact prohibited, nnd if they consider that
'it is prohibited they shall rvfusu per
mission to lann ami deliver tno same.
Collectors of customs arc directed,
however, not to refuse to rpcnlvo entry
papers covering prohibited importations,
but to ncoept tho entry papers and notify
thu ImDortor that the shltimont Is nro-
hlblted, and in tho event of tho importer
declining immediately to export the
merchandise, to report such fact to tho
! Secretary or Agriculture and to the United
States Attorney and withhold tho issuance
of n permit for delivery until tho right
to entry lias ueen nnniiy uetermineu oy
If a collector of customs has nny doubt
as to whether or not nn importation is
prohibited, he Is directed to retain the
merchandise in customs custody until
tho determination can lie made by the
Department of Agriculture to tho satis
faction of the collector.
THRONGS VISIT UND SHOW
AT 71 ST REGIMENT ARMORY
Displnys of Vegetables, Cotton
ii ml Fruits nnd Models of
Types of Homes.
Tho second day of the second annual
land show, held at tho Seventy-first
Regiment Armory, brought out oven
larger crowds than the opening day,
and hosts upon hosts of suburbanites,
eager to learn just what profits they make
out of a cellar growing mushrooms or
a back yard devoted to the scientific cul
tivation of apples, ambled slowly around
thu many displays, taking in every
thing told them by the demonstrators.
But It wasn't only tho amateur and
professional farmer who helped to boost
the attendance up to whore it will sur
pass the average daily attendance of
lust year, which was 20,000. Cityltcs
pure and simple who read of tho huge
otutoes on display, the rosy, luscious
apples to bo seen, the com show, the
cotton exhibition, the barley, hops and
cranberry layouts thronged into the
armory and had their eyes opened wido
by what they saw.
It Is a banner year for iotato prizes.
Kor the fifty biggest potatoes 1100 in gold
is offered, and other prices for potatoes
bring tho total up to $1,000. EugeneGrubb
ouu uf the tirst to use scientilio methods
in growing potatoes, will be the judge
of this division.
1 here's a silver cup which cost S7&0
which will be awarded to the finest dis
play of Eastern apples, and the rivulry
between the States is keen. Andrew
Carnegie has donated a Bllver cup worth
S1.U0Q for tho llnest cotton grown In the
United States, and the man who grew tho
most corn per acre has a chance at a
I'tCf) prize. Other prizes are offered for
stittar beets, eggs, tobacco and pecult
'there is a model of the section of the
new State bnrgu cunal at Uatei-ford,
where it connects with the Hudson Kivcr.
Miniature reproductions of the locks in
the canal are in the exhibition und model
boats aro floutiuK on tho canal. A real
titecu of a New Jersey cranberry bog
lias been transferred to the armory and
t he berries are growing cry day.
A number of New York real estate
firms have dlspluys. William II, Mot
fit i- Co. show the model of the type of
homes for sale at Islip. L. I., and nave a
model of a complete half acre chicken
farm they are selling at Hay Shore. '1 ho
Howard Estates exhibit a panorama
of their development at Jamaica Bay,
with a background of pine trees. 'I he
McKnight Kealty Company, is display
ing a miniature reproduction ot its
development at Great Neck, showing
houses, road improvements and its
TEXAS HAY HALT R. R. MERGER,
I'rapusrtl Purchase of International
Mar Be Illegal.
At'KTtx, Tex., Nov. Id.-The ritato Hail
road Commission is much interested in tho
published report from New York that the
Missouri Pacific railway. Company Is
seeking to acquire control ofthe Inter
national nnd Great Northern
It is stated thut tho purchase of the
International nnd Oreat Northern by an
outside corporation would bo' in violation
of the Toxns laws and would invite prose
cution of the Texas road on the part of
this State. The laws also require that
each Texas railroad shall be operated
under a charter granted by this State
and that separate general offices shall be
maintained in Toxas.
FUNDS OF CLARK ESTATE LOST.
Trustee Brlnsja Salt to Disclose Who
A misapplication of funds from the es
tate of Chester Clark, who died in 1840,
was disclosed in the complaint tiled in
tho Supreme Court yesterday in a suit
by the New York Life Insurance and Trust
Company as trustee under tho will
against Emily Vernon Clark and othors
Tho complaint says that the assets are
now about $300,000, but that since the last
accounting was tnado ih 1001 there bus been
a loss through the acts of A. J, Uoohor,
who was employed by thu trustee to col
lect the rents from the proerty. The
amount of the loss is not 'stated. The
complaint asks that the court determine
who is chargeable with the loss.
'DAIRY MAIDS" HELP HOSPITAL,
Twelve Girls So Dressed Sell Milk
at IO Cents a Quart.
A novo Bohorrm to ralso S.SO.OOO for the
Jamaica Hospital was resorted to yester
day afternoon in and about Jamaica,
when twelve of the town's best known
young women costumed theniHelves ai
"dairy mauls" ana disposed of &oo quarts
of hottlod milU at 10 cents a quart. Tho
"dalrv maids" rodo on the milk wasons
with tho drivers, and personally carried the
milk from the woeuns to the purcliusoru.
The experiment wan a profitable ono.
for in a snort wnno tne wnoie supply
of milk had boen disposed of and the sum
of 10 netted for the afternoon's work.
Tito milk had lieen donated to the com
mittee by the Alex. Campbell Milk Com
pany, whloh also furnished a dozon wagons
with as many drlvorn,
The campaign closes next Wodnesdny
night, and as about MO.nno haq already
been pledged, the committeo Is hopeful
of raising the 160,000,
The Institute of Musical Art
of the CUT nt New Terlc
FRANK IMMlinM II, lllreetnr.
An Kndowed Mchool of Masle.
Conducted solely !n the Interests of hither muslral
education. It provides students of natural ability
and earnest purpose a thorough and complete
education In mmlc without rolng nbrnad, nt
cpttane department inn be earned mi In close affllla
Men trifn tht Metropolitan opera House.
For catalogue address llox 32J.
llto 4'laremnni Au X, V.
NEW YORK CONSERVATORY
OF NORTHERN MUSIC,
tags Itoecshro. Director, head of Piano Dept.
Holier lllrkerod, eminent Danish baritone,
head of Voice Department.
I.llllan Concord .fonasen. Hhv'.Itmlcsl Breath
In J. Dramatic Art anil I'laatle.
STL' 1)1 0. 27C1 Madison ATenne. N. Y. City,
8CHOOI, OF OPItKA In
IOO Vil.siT HMTII HT.
Kngllsh and Italian,
'Phone c'Mt ttlvrr.
srtof slnjlnr: represenmiHenf Marehesi Method.
Mtndln, loa west B.t'l sit.
hakr.i:t d WIGHT
IIS farnerle Hall. Fridays and Saturdays.
? West 5.','h St. Opera
Merltals. Sundays. ) J1,
A. CARBONE Art "moss.
m VrtnBWrtX Aeolian Hall. 27 XV. ?dSt.
I C Clllfll I httlm' 'ANTO" SINDINO
L.O. OrimULLUrr STUDIO. IS. Crner1e Hall.
Studio. 1211 Carnerle Hall.
Teacher of Slnilnr.
S01 Carnegie Hall.
Mme. 060EK CRANE
"IIV.I. CANTO" KINOINO.
Studio. M Carnerle Hall.
Una RPIT0IPF nfliniF voicKct'i.Tyiiii
s.s.n. niws UVSIIIS m U . 77il St.
Voeal Instruction, 733
West Knd A v.. nth St.
Esperanza Girrigue eVtVHTsV.
ART SALES AND EXHIBITIONS.
Exhibition Opens To-morrow
Clarke's Art, Rooms 5 west 44th street
(adjoining Fifth Avenue Bank)
Portraits and Landscapes
by .Masters of flic early French, Spanish & Italian Schools,
THE COLLECTION OF
CHARLES S. COHEN, Esq.
of .Newark, J. J.
5 to be sold by Auction by his order without restriction
i on THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
J .Nov. 21 and 22, Each Kvrnlng at 8 o'clock.
J NOT IIKNK-
T The owner of this Interesting Collection desires 11 to be definitely understood iht ih
J authenticity of eiery picture In this sale mil be absolutely guaranteed by him as???renled
g Catalogues mailed on application to the offices of the Auctioneer, & West llthst.
Tho Sale will be conducted by Mr. Augustus W. Clarke.
.VKir .IERSKV XOTKS.
The poit oftlcc at New Mllllngton was
l.rnkrn Into eterday and the safe blown
The loss Is estimated at t300 In cash anil
ubout t-00 In stamps.
(leorge I' Nurweln of 15 Johnson avenue.
Newark, was found dead In bed yesterday
with a rubber tube from a Kin ttxture In hla
mouth Ho had been In III htulth fur a long
time, tie l survived by his wife anil ne
Charlotte Hber rars old. was knocked
down and run over In Newark yesterdav by
An automobile owned and driven by Dr. Har
vey -' Miller of Meyerstown. !. Ilr. Miller
stopped, put the child in his machine and
hurried with her to the Cltv Hospital.. She
n.i Injured abnutrthe head and Internally.
Artlnir ltecorder llensel, In the West Ho
bokrn police court yesterday, sentenced six
hoboes to thirty days In Jail each. The men
hail b-en arrested on Friday nlsht on the
enmplnlnt of persons llvtnc In the neighbor
hood, whit declared that since the "camp
hail been established on the palisades there
had been many robberies of hen roosts and
w rindPiif d.
ChirKcd with systematically robbing stores
In Newark Mrs. Mdrffftret Horallo was ar
Mlicned before Judge Hahn In the First
Creelnct court yesrerday anil held In SI, 000
all for the (Irsnd Jury The police suy
they uncovered more than 1300 worth of loot
In trunks at the home of the prisoner.
Kyerson flltchle of Petrol! has been en
gKed as secretary of the ncwle organized
Ohamber of Commerce, with otllces In the
Commercial Trust Uulldlng, Jersey City,
A dliorce for Mrs. Bertha Fisher of flam-
ay, nergen county, fr?m William Flaher, a
convict In the Trenton prison, liss been rec
ommended to the Chancery Court by Frank
I'. McDerniott of Jersey city, an advisory
master In chancery. Fisher was sentenced
to a year and a half at hard labor for an
assault on his wife, to which he pleaded
Eleven cows wars burned to death In a Are
which destroyed Abraham' Levlne's stables
In Walllngton yesterday. Twentv-two horses
and cows were saved by Henry Flelsher and
David I.evlnc, who received slight Injuries.
Injuries sustained by being kicked In the
abdomen by a horse Thursday afternoon
c-nused the death ot Antonio T- Ilhodes at
While attempting to pull a gocart from a
pond near his home In liernurdsvltlc Krl-
.,, ..,,, ... Ur., r, .e lurrr-jrrar-iMU
sun or Dcnooi commissioner wataon Al en.
fell Into the cold water and died of shock.
FURNITURE No Auction
'444 CLNIKAL 1'AKK WEST. '
Entire Contents of Private House
Must Bs Sold. Beautiful Horns for
IMPORTED GOLD PAljLOrt. MAHOGANY.
WALNUT. nlRl)'S-l!Yi: AND OAK FUllNITUHri
FOII I'AlllAMIt. I.IIIHAItY. DINING AND lll'.D
IIOOMS. AUTISTIC UI'IIIGHT PIANO, MADK
TO OIIDKIt. NO OTin.lt I.IK1! IT IN AMBIUCA;
1HIGS. OIL PAINTINGS, IIIHC-A-BltAC, AC;
Bl.'AtJTIFIIL lUPOllTKI) VASKS SUITAIILi:
I tilt HOLIDAY GlrTS. nVLlUTIIINO MUST
III! SOLD TO-DAY OH TO-UOIIIIOW AND
MUST UK IIKMOVr.D ATONCB. MOVING 1JX-
pi;nsi:s will ut; paid by mi:, iiousi; hold,
MUST VACATH 1MMKDIATIH.Y.
244 CENTRAL PARK WEST,
nr.T. 8th v esrii srs. phivatu housk.
A CI F. NTH 1VANTKD.
AflKNTH WANTUD Men and women: best
sellers: Isieest pmllts: rlty or country. II014K
AND OFriC. SUPPLY 01.. i-'l West Hist st.
KITUATIONH WANTKD FKMAI.KS.
HOUNl'.WOIIKr- Several neat colored girls: ex
peilenced, with good roferenees, want places
small families: other good Southern help fur
nished,. LINCOLN INDI'STItlAI, KXCHANGI!
(Agency), 314 Went Win phone tmi Columbus.
STI'.NOGUAI'lll'.lt- Itemed, educated woman
desires position; capable and willing: references:
112-13 ltl'.UAliu;, JiM Broadway
A resident and as school, l-eschetlskv Uethoo.
I'lano teachers all I-cschftlsky pupils. Vocal,
Harmony, Sight Heading. Knsemble Playing.
Lectures on current operas. Classes arranged In
French. Classic Dancing. Literature and History
DIM FJ.IMOR COM STOCK,
lOOO Madison Arena. New ToeW Cltr.
TKAC'HHR OF VOCAL MIMIC
Never falls to bring results, studio Claremost
Hall, 2MI Broadway, rmrance on 112th st. I'hons
Plaalst and Tesrher. Fnpll af r.abrllonltsrh.
Tiies. and Frl. Aflernoons. IW Carnegie HalL
10 West SBth St.
Harmony, Counterpoint, Instrumentation, 4c.
Orchestrations made to order.
WILLIAM C. CARL
Otin.UAN T C,ltANNCIMOI44 W. lath at.
EMMA A. DAMBMANN Voice Culture. Concerts
stuilto, lintel calumet, 340 w. 57lh. .
Sliirtlo. M Carnerle nail.
VIMI III CPIinni CUNKSTH. HAI'IIH. Lincoln
V resile. I7 Broadway. N. V.
Specialist In Voice Culture.
Studio. 114 W. T31 St.
PHILLIP MITTFII Violin In.trncllr.nsnd
rnilsLIT mi I I ELL Fnsemble. 910 sth Ave.
Pianist and Teacher.
70S Carnegie Hall.
Fl KF "PKCPUrtl from Imperial Cons, of St,
LLIOt rXBObPLPJ Petersburg. aiOW. TidSt,
Voice Culture, inn v. 4th.
Pianist and Teacher.
Stelnway and Aeolian Halls.
Riv. I. STEINIERI
Siudlo. IOH V. tit SI
,IAMKIt MnVI IH Concert Pianist A Teacher.
J. mv 303 Carnegie Hall.
Teacher of singing.
122 Carnegie mil.
ART SALES AND EXHIBITIONS.
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MI1S BT AUCTIO.
3S.V3II 4th Av.. S. X. Cor. ?ilh St.
tir..Mtl A HAIITMAX, Aucfr.
To-Morrow at 2 P. M.
and eontinulnit dally throughout
A large and choice aggregation of
To be Fold to close estate snd con
signments from private sources.
for every department of the house
i0!1,1' .R.ni 'neludlng n llrunswlck-llalke-Colleniler
from the Orient ami Koyal factories
of Kurope. beautiful Cut Class, ar
tistic Hpeclmens of llronze and
Including examples by Sonntag,
llricher. Eehtler. Heaunneonn Rnhh
Chaplin, Munler, Hubner, Wallet
and other artists of note.
I'ersian Silk Hugs and
Steinway t.Son' Grand Piano,
enclosed la a costly satinwood case,
and many other objects of art and
On free view till hour of sale.
mmi IL''!,.!!..!..!! I.
, "V ".7i,'n ,T . h..,. ..i ...k,.- . ,.Ti.
J?f ' ' v' "m h"'! Hephoni lal.U
Msveraenta of Naval Vciirl.,
WASHINGTON, Nov, H. The tuss On
tario, Sonoma, Paxutant, Putapacu and
potomao have arrived at Norfolk; gunboat
Hagle at Guanuuamo,
' The supply ship Celtic us sailed from
Hampton ltoads for Uoston. the hospital
,shtp Solace from Hampton Roads for New
York yard, battleships Minnesota, Kansas,
South Carolina and Michigan from Hampton
Honda for Pensacola; battleships Utah,
Florida. North Dakota, Delaware. Virginia,
Ithode Island, Georgia. Ohio, Idaho. Illinois
nnd New Hampshire from Hampton .loads
for Chsvrleston. and cruiser Albany from
Slaknan for Wooaung,
Army and Navy Ordera.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 16, These army or
dera were Issued to-day;
rapt. II, Ulade, Fifth Infantry, from West
Polnti Academy tp Twenty-ninth Infantry.
First Lieut. L. R. Uoodlcr. Jr.. Coast Ar
tillery, from Seventy-ninth Company to un
. First Lieut. S. II. McLeary, Coast Artillery,
from . Forty-seventh' Company lb unasslgned
First Lieut. I.. II. Call, Coast Artillery,
from 101st Company to unasslgned list,
' Second Lieut. L. 11. Ilreraton, Coast Ar
tillery, from Seventeenth Company to un
First Lieut. K, Truesdale, Slgual Corps,
from Fort Omaha to cable Lnat Cyrus w.
Field, relieving First Lieut, c. A. Dravo,
First Lieut. W. A. Alfonte, eighteenth In
fantry, from Klglneenth Infantry to Signal
Corp.. .vice First l.leul, II. A. Hell.
Capt. U. li. Kumpe, Second Infantry, to
THE WEATHER FORECAST,
WASHINGTON mEDICTIONS FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MOnROW.
Kor eastern New York, fair la
soathrrn and local anows In aorlh
em portion to-day fair to-morrovr I
moderate west to northwest wind.
I'or Northern .New Kngland, local snows tn-dty
or lo-nlght; fair to-morrow; moderate variable
For Southern New England, fair to-day ano'
to-morrow; moderate northwest and west wind'.
Tor New Jersey, fair to-day and to-morrowi
light to moderate northwest and west whidv
NEW YOflK. Nov. 11. The northeastern
storm was apparently central In the Oulf of
St. Lawrence yesterday, leaving the pressure
high over all parts of the country and gen
erally fair weather In all sections, exeept
some light snow In western New York and
n Utile rain or snow In the upper lake
Centres of high pressure were over th
Tennessee and Ohio valleys and over South
It wu cooler In all the Atlantic Slates,
the upper Ohio and Tennessee valleys and,
the Oulf States, also In the Northwest, and
warmer In the tuwer Missouri, the middle
and upper Mississippi Valley and upper lake
Temperatures were below the freealng
point over most of New Englantl, In western'
parts of the Atlantic Slates and southward'
Into northern (Jcorgla and Alabama.
Frosts occurred on the cast Oulf and south
In this city the day was fair and cooler;
wind, fresh to brisk northwest; average hu
midity, SI per cent.; barometer, corrected to
read to sta level, at I A. M., SS.it; I
1'. M., JO.M.
The temperature In this city yesterday, as re-'
corded by the offlclal thermometer. Is shown Is,
tne annexed taoic:
9 A. If.. . .3V
P. U... ,40" 30
B P. 14... .3V If
3 1 U 44'
IS Mid 31 ST
Lowest temperature. 30'. at 9 I. U.
Weather Forecast for Cotton Statss.
For North Carolina. South Carolina and Georgia,
fair to-day and to-morrow: tight northerly winds. i
For Alabama and Mississippi, fair to-day and
to-morrow; light to moderate north and north-,
east winds. ,
For Louisiana, fair to-day and to-morrow, light
to moderate northeast winds.
For eastern Texas, local rains to-day; some
what colder In the interior: probably fair to-'
morrow; moderate northeast and east winds.
For western Texa ,, rain lu western and south
ern, rain or snow In northern portion to-d.iy,(
to-morrow, warmer and probably fair.
For Tennessee and Kentucky, fata to day and
For Oklahoma, fair to-day; fair to-morrow;.
lor Arkansas, fair, somewhat colder to-day;
MINIATURE ALMANAC THIS DAY.
AMI PM AM'
Sunrises. , .:4Sun set 436 iltoon sets 12,01
HIGH WATF.lt THIS DAY. .
AMI AM, AM,
Sandy H'k...l::s!(iov.lsUnd. .SliHell Gate.. .las
LOW WATEIl THIS 1IAV.
- AMI AM AM'
Sandy H'k...7.tsGov.lstnd. 8 30 1 Hell Gate. 1IM
Arrlvtxt-SATUHUAY. November 10.
Ss Amertka. 1:V1 it., Hamburg. November".
S Minneapolis. Gr.n i M. (fire iUnUi, Lou
don. NovemDer 7.
.Ss Campania, 1:33 P. 11., Liverpool. Novembers.
Ns Piilladclpiiia, l:3U i'. M., Southampton.
Ss Francisco Clampa, P. U Antwerp. Octo
Ss Marlnfels, 1:30 A. M.. Calcutta, Septembe r 21.
Ss I Alia. 1 A. II.. Trinidad. November 4.
Ss Lux. It A. XL. Halifax. November 13.
Ss I I Alba. Newport New s. November 13.
Ss M'Ulson, Norfolk, November 13.
Aitun f.d oirr.
Ss New York, at Southampton from New Yci-'.,
Ss Zceland. at Antwerp trora New York. 4
SA1LKD FliOM FOIILIUN POIIT3.
Ss Uauretanla, from Llvrrpool for New York,
I'rlnz Joachim, Colon. 130 AM 1100 A U
Coppename. Trinidad It 30 A U 3 00 P M
Onundaga, Urunswk-k 1 on f U
Madison, Norfolk. 3b0PM
Sail Tuesday, Nuvember W. '
Grosser Kurfuerst. Ilre.nen ... 10 00 AM
Pres. Lincoln. Hamburg iuii'U
Savola. HambuiB.... ... luloAU
llyndani, iiotterdam luioAM
Apacnc. Jacksonville .... HUfM
C of Savatinan. Savannah "10 I'M
Jctlerson, Norfolk aid I'M
Mgonquln. . ..
C. of Savannah.
Turk's Island... -
P. Vrled. Wllheim
S. V. Luckenbacb
. .Bremen, .
Due Tuesday. November IV.
it. vtuneim acr iirossc.iremcn.,
C. P. Tletgen...
City of Savannah..
J an. uli u
,Bocas del Toro
Dj- Marconi Wireless.
Ss Lapland, for New York, was 740 rrlles ca'l
of Sandy Mook at 7:l& A. M.esterda.
Ss C. r. Hetgen. for New ork, was LUO rr.lica
east of Sandy Hook at 6:S0 A. 31.
Ss Columbia, for New York, was 333 miles eist
of Sandy Hook at 8:16 P. M.
Signal Corps, vice Capt. 11. J. Dun, Signal
Lieut. -Col. 11, L. Hawthorne, Coast Ar
tillery, from command of Fort Hancock, is f
command of Fort Warren.
Major F. K. Ferguson, Coast Artillery,
from member of ordnance board, vice Capt,
II. J, Hatch, assigned to Fifty-third Lorn.
PT'tss officers to duty at military prison.
Fort Leavenworth! First Lieut. It. K.
Smyser. Fifteenth Cavalry: First Lieut. U. i
W. Philips. .Twenty-seventh Infantry: First
Lieut, n. Sneed. Twenty-seventh Infantry,
and First Lieut. E. Q. Peck. Seventh lnf.nlr ,
These officers relieved from duty nt mili
tary prleon. Fort Leavenworth: Capt. J, K.
Fechet, Fourth Cavalry; First Lieut. J. ,F.
clapham, Infantry; First Lieut, n. F. Miller,
Twenty-seventh Infantry, and First l.lcuu
P, M, Goodrich, Klcventh Infantry,
These officers to duty st Pacific branch
military prison, Alcatrax, Cal.: First Llei.i. ,
II. W. Stephenson, Coast Artillery: First
l.leul, J. I'. MCAoams, bieventn inrantry;
First Lieut. S. L. Pike, Eighteenth Infill
try, vice First Lieut. T. C. Cook, Coast Ar
tillery: First Lieut. C. Absl. Infantry, and
First Lieut. T, M. Hunter, Twenty-sixth lu
Detailed to Signal Corps: Cant. J. fl
Christian. Eighth Cavalry; Capt. B. U. Ab
bott, Coast Artillery: Rapt. J. D. Douglass.
Coast Artillery; First Lieut. It. It. Love and
rirat ..leut, T. L. Shsrburne, Klghth C.v
airy; First Lieut. It. W. Gregg, Fourteen.
Infantry: First Lieut. I.. A. Kunzlg. Thlr- ,
tleth Infantry; First Lieut. 8. J. Sutherland,
Thirteenth Infantry; First Lieut. II. S.
Hrlnkerhorf, J Twenty-seventh Infantry;
First Lieut, Y. A. Biatne, Twemr.thlrrt In
fantry: First Lieut. L. R, Dougherty, Fifth
Field Artillery. ,
Those 'officer relieved from datall In Sig
nal Corps: Cant. K. J. Wallace, Coast Ar-
tllle'ry, Capt. W. A. Covington. Coast Ar- i
tlllery; Capt. S. n. Arnold, cavalry; Flrat
Lieut. 11. U. Tatum. cavalry; First Lln.
M. L. Love, cavalry: First Lieut. C. F.
urd, Infantry; First Lieut. A. L. Ittngleinsi.
Infantry: Tirst Lieut. J. B. Ware, Infantry:
First Lieut, O. II. Oulld, Infantry: First s
Lieut. C A. Jiravo, .Infantry; First W',l.
D. Olmstead. .Meld Axtlllerr.
These navy erders were Issued!
Lieutenant-Commander C, Wells, to Wash
Passed Assistant surgeon W. M. Ksrr,
from naval hospital, Annapolis, to hew
Ynr,arAsiltant 8urgeon It. H. Henry, to
naval hospital, Annapolis.
t'apt. .'. II, Lyman, Marine Corps, from
Puget Sound bsrrarks to command naval
prison, Mare Island.
t'apt. .1. M. Salladay, Marine Corps, from
command nav?l prison, Mara Island, tn me
rino detachment, American Legalism Pekla.