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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
Counsellor Rnrth of Rndnnesl
Also Wauls Tuft's nnd
J1S XKARLY A TIIOrSAXI)
Trof. Cnrr-el, Ciirnefrie, Tloeke
feller nnd Cardinal Oib
lion Also Sought.
Oni day n' ut nilit years n?o Coun
sellor I.oui I'.i i h if Huilnpost was walk
ing ith A1I0K Mntel, the artist, in
flcrlln. A Countess stopped ttictn nnd
inked thn artist for his autograph, which
bn pointr-rfly refused
I wonder if you would glv me your
nirtogrnpli," wild the councilor, more to
hiaJco conversation than Anything else.
'I will moke nn exception of you, my
friend, " answered the painter.
Thn upshot of all t lint is that Counsellor
Louis Ilnrtli, formerly of lludnpcst, but
now of Vienna, I'nrw, London and other
'countries, is in this country Retting more
names to his list. The two page note
from the nrtNt inoculated him with tho
virus of th" nutoKrnph mania and to-tlny
tin has ti"0 nf them all in a looso paged
morrocco hound book
He has spent little more than tTO.OOO
pn his hobby in the eight years and ho
will keep on spending money until ho
dies. He in a mail of independent means
and does not mind the expense.' He
Clories in his trouble.
Kegintiing with the artist, his collection
rnds to-day with the Empress Eugenie's
Autograph, which ho received personally
November 8 at KarnboroiiRh House,
England, the day he sailed. In the in
terval he has obtained the name of nearly
even.- tulniR soverign of Europe and somo
hultnns of Africa anil Asia
Only two rulera nro missing, tho Ctjit
cf Kussia nnd King Leopold of Belgium,
whom he would not take. Ho has every
dominant Hatesman of all th countries,
every leading writer, every artist, usually
on a small painting; scientists, actors,
the publicists nnd somo of the distin
guished nobles. His one great regret
is that h was not able to get Count Tol
stov before that great writer died. Tho
councilor hns several distinguished
Americans on his list already: Theodore
Hooseveb succumbed in Berlin in 1910
oii.i J 1'ierpont Morgan wrote n little
Ftntiment In Paris last year. Ambassa
dors Ilobert Uacon and Whitelaw Held
are also on but ho wants perhaps u dozen
more tn this country: it may be more than
hat he snys, befoic he gets through.
For the present he is certain that he wants
f r' of all Thomas A. Edison Then he
wants President Taft. President-elect
Wilson. Prof. Cnnel, Andrew Carnegie,
John f l'.ockcfoller. Cardinal Gibbons,
who is third In age of tho Cardinals of
the world, und Dr. Eliot, and ho will decide
on the other great leaders afterward.
"I ha leen offered l3fX,n00 for my
ml', mii.' said the counsellor yesterday
n'terioon. "but it is not for salo. It
j invaluable One hundred and fourteen
' :h" it men u-id women who-e names
I have now J, ad' otners are of great
age l'le o:.!v hi-i,io u-e to whMi it
will be .t v .1 im- ttie pollination of a
book of fa i .-u n.i's 'nj;(.fif.r mth a nnrra
tivo of hew eif it a nagraph was pro
rured. I wid keo,) the originals
The coun""or then procured his
hook from the vault of the Hotel Astor.
whore it was stored It is about t.'ii ini-hes
i lck now with the morovco binding,
tee autographs In-ing slipped in as pares
in the order of their procurement, 'lho
e'eot is interc-ting.
1'nder a bronze medallion of Pope,
Phis is a benediction in tho handwriting
of the head of the Catholic Church. On
th" ne't page, facing n portrait In pencil
of Emperor William by a Grnnd Duchess,
is the imperial signature, a bold "Wilhelm
." which takes up half a page.
The l.i'e King Edward, who appends
tn his name " ,1- I.," U followed by a
drawing in crayon, almost a miniature,
of King George, which is followed by
Queen Slarv. th Princess Mary and tho
preent Prince of Wnloa. Queen Alex
andra. Queen Mnud of Norway and the
Princess Victoria are all on ono page
mid the Dowager Queen of England has
I, little ver'
There are pages nnd pages of Kings
nnd 'irnnd 1) tikes of the German Empire,
heme with pictures which nrtistic Dukes
or Dui hes-es have made. A tiny, pcr
l"cf little scene signed with the name of
n fame i ? German artist is followed lir a
I ug nn which is written in fine, copper
piu'e hi 'id. " lfonso" of Spain, and then,
"iter a i. rme minister or two antl a M-ien-t
' i1-" Ibi'nsav or MetchnikoT, comes
t ie fc'il! ni:..ler signature of I'ranz .Ioef
'i Anuria Hungary, his page bordered
by f nic: -nil colors of the emmre.
fVUR banking department
offers exceptional secu
rity and service as a depository
for the recounts of corpora
tions and Individuals.
Branches In Manhattan,
Brooklyn, Jamaica and Long
Island City. Interest Is paid
nn halAtire of KnA rr
Capital . . $ 5,000,000
Surplus(aU earned) 11,000.000
17aBWN. Y. 173 Rtmwn St., n'kKn
330 Fulton St., Jamaica.
1 R. MEN FORCE
Continued from First Page.
CARBONE WOMAN KILLED
IN A NEW YORK FLAT
She nnd Cnrmclinn Gerncei
Murder Victlin Relieved
One nnd Snmc.
T)A!'GHTEH ALSO MISSIXO
linvlng taken pains to ascertain tho caune.
of the wreck and tho attending results,
was surprised that no lives had been
An Invitation Is to bo sent to Oor.
Baldwin of Connecticut to bo pnvient
at thn mass meeting Wednesday nnd
i Some of Hip prominent ministers who
spoko on tho subject of recent railroad
wrecks yesterday were: tho Her. Drs.
Lewis D. Howell of St. Paul's Espleopnl
Church, Earnest S. Mnctlregor of thn First
i Congregational Church, John E. V'eltcr.
of the South Norwnlk Methodist Epis
copal Church, llnlph O. Hartloy of
the South Norwnlk baptist Church,
Dewit T. Van Doron of the Norwalk
liapt 1st Church, R.J. Carroll of Fit. Joseph's
Church, T. J Flltm of St. Mary's Churoh.
I,. C. Staup of tho Herman Lutheran
Church nnd Frederick A. Coleman of
Trinity Epsicopal Church.
An examination of tho scene of tho
wreck of the Merchants Limited Ex
press raln when thirty-flvo passengers
went Injured, made early yesterday
morning by E. C. Elwell, chief engineer
of tho Connecticut State Public Utility
Commission, established tho following
Tho Tolipp Now IJpliovc Trunk
.Mystery Includes n Third
White Slave Crime.
CASH REGISTECOTO THE BAR.
OoTtTIi tl'CII t
Cf.f-.KTi. N'nv. 17.-The (tovern
n n: ; , - u'.on of the National Cash
''irnpany's olllclals and man-
Charge llrllirry find
" In lllnrrnllt TtlvnU.
not 1 li
: f"gln in tho I'nltcd States
i' the questions In the case
i.d in tourt for tho llrst time,
,g bten brought out In nny of
'lois anti-trust proecutlons
(loki'rnmpnt lias undertaken.
" -'lflianie the Government at
tu' t . . i , the oiitcomo Is Indicated by
' , ' It 4 preparations. These
flrc .! ! t i (,tio tuck more than' a year
(.ni ., 'i ,,f
'' ii i ii.irv in restraint of trade and
JanL. j. y nf the fash register hnslneis
. re .. i imrgps. John II. I'Atterson,
prein, iu of the company and the drlv.
iiu- i i'irr h, hln'l Its operations for the
J-"-t uiruv v.irs, heads the list of
t- rifimed in the Indictment.
I' : put nf the specifications In ref
I r r , f. ihe alleged conspiracy In re
h'r.i ,,f tr.irh- that systematic plnnn
we? i. hi led ,uit for obstructing and
Jvir.i nc ihe lniKnc.s of rivals by hlr-
J.'ic I hi-lhliig shelr employees and the
Carmellnn Ocraccl. the forty-year-old
woman alleged to have been murdered
In her np.irtment at 3ir. East Fortieth
street by her husband, Suclclada (Jer.iccl,
her twenty-two-year-old son and S.il
vatore Lombardl, the lover of her young
daughter Torrldl, was in reality' none
other than Grace Carbone, the cloe
friend of Jennie Cavallerl, a white slave
inronnant who was murdered near
Hrld-jeport. Conn., a few weeks ago.
This Is the theory New York detectives
working on tho case evolved yesterday
after Norman C. liters, 1'rosecuting At
torney of Danbury, Conn., came to town
and conferred with them. Hecrs was
connected closely with the white slave
Investigation which followed the mur
der of the Cavallerl woman.
The iiosplblllty that the woman who
had been murdered In n New York apart
ment and then shipped to Georgetown,
Conn., where she wns thrown Into a
mill pond, was In fact Grace Carbone,
the friend of Jennie Cavallerl, was sue.
Rested to the Connecticut State police
last week. At the time they were doubt
ful of such an outcome to the trunk
The Carbone woman was known to
have passrd In different cities under
various aliases. After the killing of her
friend Jennlo Cavallerl she disappeared
and wns supposed tn have come to New
York. It was pointed out by the police.
that she would have had ample time In
which to come here nnd take the npnrt
ment at 313 East Fortieth street by
October 23, the murder of tho Cavallerl
woman having taken place a few rays
A bottle supposed to have contained
silver nitrate crystals, the poison be
lieved to have hwti administered to
("armellna Gerard to produce uncon
sriousnecs before the wire nails were
driven Into her ad. was discovered
vetenl.iv In the crlhtr nf the npart
ment at 31 j FJ.ni ForMeth street, where
the dind woman's body s known tn
have been Htored for several days before
shipment to Connecticut.
The pe'lee vrsterday adhTed to their
theory that the fifteen-year-old daugh
ter of Cnrtnellna Oer.icci hnd been mur
dered twenty-four hours following the
death of her mother nnd .shipped tn
Georgetown In the same trunk which
contained the body of her mother. No
clues to disprove this theory have been
The throng. In fact, received addi
tional support yesterday when Mrs. M.
Lynch, a boarder In the apartment
house at 31." F.ast Fortieth street, said
that on the night of election day, the
day following that on which the Geraccl
woman was killed, she had heard
screams from the Geraccl apartment.
The police had said that the younc girl
probably was killed twenty-four hours
after her mother's murder when she
still refused to consent to tho whlto
It Is believed the alleged murderers
of the two women have taken a new
apartment only n few blocks from their
old one and nro now living almost
within a stone's throw of the scene of
the crime. The police say the Italians
Jiad no money with which to move out
oi .miv l oru. An uanan iau said yes
terday that he saw two of the suspects
Friday night In an Italian restaurant
on .scconn avenue near inirty-nintn
Deputy 1'ollce Commissioner Dough
erty said yesterday he expects his de
tectives to make several arrests to-day
That the train was three minutes behtn
schedule when the accident occurred.
'Ihnt It was traclllnir at the rate of sixty
miles nn hour, npparently for the purpose
of tanking up the three lost minutes.
That when the engine, going at tremen
dous speed, hit the crossover "ht Green
Knrms a defective bolt snnnned.
Thnt tho snapping of this bolt caused the
rails to spread, derailing the engine nnd
tho cars which followed It.
Mr. Elwell said .that they want to know
whether or not the engineer on tho
wrecked train hnd orders to make up lost
time. If he had received such orders
it wns not ndinittcd by him vesteidhy.
ni" tuoiic unities lommission or ion
liectlcut will summon nflleinU of t Im 'ir
York. Now Haven nnd Hnrtford Hull- n train at the high rate of speed that hn
ronu nerore It some time this week. to bo made in order to make the run from
n u-uning iniuis oi um ranronu nsil
cleared away all signs of tho smashup
shortly after daylight yesterday morn
ing. New mils were laid to rcplnce thoeo
torn up by tho derailed train, and new
lies were also set.
Tiffany & Co.
s I I..V F. R
Fifth Avenue &37Street
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; Yours, tho Mtohtj-'rnunSxTorSreofT!
.winds of Itiisinvsscs in Ton I'oworl'ul Volumes, almost FltftK
1497 Vital Business Secrets
that with the present crossovers on the '
Xew Haven rond it was not safo to run
The nnlv tlilm, ttmf cn r-nA ,V.n wn nn
.... w... ....... n.i.t ' ' , v wu inu UU,
purlor cars and combination smoking
and baggage car from rolling into a deep
ditch which runs beside the tracks at tho
scene of the wreck wns the pre-enco of a
number of heavy steel stanchions usdd
for overhead electric wires.
Orand Juror Henry C. Sherwood of
t port, in whose jurisdiction occurred
the wreck of troth the Merchants Limited
Inst night and tho Saugatuok bridge
wreck of October '.'. visited the scono
of tho wrtok of yesterday and to-day
secured information us to the condi
tion of the Nuw Huven road's roadbed
on the main line.
Coroner l'Uelan, who made tho com
plaint to Grand Juror .Sherwood of the
railroad's criminal negligence, also
visited tho scene and declared the
conditions sunnorted his tinillnir that
the roadbed was in such condition as
Hoston to New York in live hours.
F. W. BARTHMAN'S STORY.
How to Sell GooJi
How m ni g,r up ! (Vrt .
-Htw (n tiruui buln In djll
Hi.w tn riiU, fcr.IU ftnd tht'A
How tn trftln.dtfftlop w.lcph
ft ! fum
-Mi iu Mtufs r'1 tntftlm
ftttanim unit kr,u.
Ilnw ! tnct whjtWt ftM
In w t't he ' rkr "
llo to hnn'ilM fiiiiair an I
!lr. M lu thei lel ..!( St
low to Ju Iff a l ikhI tl an
hn tn tiirf 4tl lnw ti t ni .
How t" ara it n pti'fliK.i
t I plra out tla llti ir pnnla(
Id to mi" Hi "iiiiiitir in
fljrtirt da.ra buy your
-titff th 1
STOBV IS DENIED IIEI.'E
Merchant.' n.r. Wreck Cased ' S Ifl to UnVC Tolll NOW
i.mir iiniirmiMit. Dlroptors DpsI Polit-v
LVT-Z:qZ7A to Withdraw
ui IU VIA l MIV iMCIUIHIUln
Limited is V V'lllio"1 Unrthmnn, Jr.,
who owns a jewelry store at Hroadway
and Maiden lane Mr. Ilarthman wns
sitting in tho fourth car from tho rear,
which won the llrst to lenve the trucks,
bringing up against u stanchion, which
kept It from toppling over.
Tho stanchion smashed through tho
window. Mr. Rarthmnn's face nnd arms
worn cut by glass, but nfter his wounds
wero dressed he o able to come to New
esterday at his home. 40.". Eighth
to make tho railroad ofllcinls rrlniln.illv nvomm ltmokK.n Mr nnni.,., i,i
Two of the men injured in the wreck,
Rr Ilauerdorf of Ki West End avenue,
and S. II. Sommont of 159 Wt Nliietv
third street, are businetw partners, and
were sitting in tho smoking i'otnvirt
partment when the crush cutne. Som
morH held fast to his hvU. but Mr. Ilauer
dorf wan thrown to tlm floor, becoming
unconscious. Mr Sommerh immediately
went to his partner's assistance, and took
care of him until they reached X.-w York
Mr Ilauerdorf has coucu.nloii of the
Another of thosn reporteil lnjunvi wns
J M Marshall of 25 llroad street. Ho s.ild
last night tlmt bu h.ui escaped unhurt,
us did most of tho others in his car.
A revwd list, iiunpiled Yesterday from
information supplied by tho claim agent
of tho .Vow York, Now Haven and Ibirt
ford liiillro.nl at South Norwnlk, of the
thirty-llvo persons injured In the Greens
Farms wreck, follows.
PANAMA CANAL A FACT
JULY 1, SAYS GOETHALS
Cuk'lirn Cut to Ho Complotori on
That Dnto Next Yonr
VtsiiiN'crrnN, Nov. 17. ITactlcnl com
pletion of the I'anamn Canal by July
1, litis, Is assured, according to tho an
nual report of Col. Ocnrge W. CJoethals,
chief engineer. On that date, In spite of
several Mldes In Culehra cut during
the last year, the excavntlnn In the cut
will be completed, nnd by August 1,
1D13. the spillway at Ontum dam will
bo finished. Tho concrete work nbout
the locks and dredging of channels to
the sen will lie finished between Janu
ary 1, 1913. nnd July 1. Delays In de
livery of matt rial nnd machinery for
tho t'aliH of the locka lmn retarded
their construction somewhat, though
Col. (loetluils believes everything will
of oxprem companies nnd
N nd by sending out falsn state-
dininge anil dUtrcdlt rivals In
- -uid their credit. This system
'd in have Included the iiiilnte-
' 1 "kiiorhers" for the purpose of'
u-e ressions rcgaruing me (J(j (() ,.,.,,, In Hlt of
.r,ii''r iiifii-iiuit'i oi ciiilliei him n
'' was detlred to discredit with
i i r
I'Ml-i Hid charge of monpol.Y the
'ii' nt Indicates Its purport to
Iiii as the result of practice"
'i'd the National Cash ItegHter
"i '..'is bren iihln to secure to It
' 'v mutely 1)5 per cent, of the
t.i' K'le of the prosecution there
hi'-n sinnrnoneil 12.1". witnese.
'rum f .ir een Kr.'itct, N'utr.hers of these
vr" t, rinerly In the cash register busl
0 f. Harrison is afsoclated with John
Ivo-t nnd District Attorney' MoPher
!aa u the Govcrntnwit'a counaeL
Moie thn n 31,000 men are employed
oil the canal work. The nntunil de
crease In c mployecs .ici omp.inylng tho
le.'inuilng of i oust rticl Ion work on the
canal w.ih ofl'sit by tho Inauguration
of tho work on tho foitlllcntlons nnd
the docks ami piers for tho I'anamu
Hallrnad nnd for the general terminal
facilities, (if tho employees 5,101 were
The siihslPtenre department opornted
nt a good prollt during thn yenr, Tho
line hoteln and rcBtnurnntH showed n
prollt of J12.0S5. the Kuropean laborers'
wefujes hrtiught n profit of nnd
thn common laborcru' mcssca made $11,-M7.
AI.I.KN. J. W . Hard street. Brooklyn:
AM.ISO.V. I,. A , Lone Acre Hotel. New
York city, bodr bruises
AIlONHON. K. t Westborn terrace.
ltrooklyn hand nnd head cut.
IIAltTHMAN. Jr.. V. WII.MAM. 1 Maiden
Inne; face cut by flying glasj.
liMtTIIO.V, (IKOrtdK. Maiden Inne. Now
York, dlxlornted shoulder
llAI'EItDOIlF. OEOItf.R. 2S West End
avenue, New York, lacerntlons of the face.
CA.MPHEI.I,, A. R 25 llroad street. New
York. Injured wrist and minor bruises.
CAltTl'.H, .1. P . Lawrcncebnrg, Ind..
shaken up nnd bruised about body.
I)EIU. Mrs. V. V . 722 Commonwealth
nvenue. Itoston, slightly bruised about body
ElTMEYEIt. II. A., Watervl let, N. Y.
dislocated shoulder, knees und hnnds cut.
KI.I.1S. I,. A , Chicago, III., cut about
OAHWAI.IM. II . Mnlden lane. New
York, wrlnt dKlocated, head cut.
fSOM.K.V, EIXiAlt M , :ij Itilgby place.
New York, rlcht arm hurt.
(HtAIU.M, It. E.. Hending. Pa., dislocated
(iltlKl'IV, DANIEL J.. 81 Charles street,
Jerey ( itv, fare cut
HAIIIIKIt. J II.. 2.1 Maiden lane, head
and fain rut. dislocated arm, taken to
Bridgeport Hospital, where he U reported
to he doing well.
II.UIIMS. MYItON, 32 Liberty street,
New York, severely sbaken up.
HOM.ASDEIt, BENJAMIN W 3M Elev
enth avenue, New York, bruises about body.
JOHNSON, E A Brooklyn, body bruised.
MNTHEiTM, T. H 71 Broadway. New
York, badly shaken up.
I.ircilY.U,, Mr and Mrs. JOHN I. .
Knickerbocker Hotel, New York, badly
shaken up uud minor bruises.
MACMl I.I.EN. J. J., Palo Alto. Cnl.,
MADKIAN. II. T., 58 Madison avenue,
MANBACK, fiEOItflE. New York, brulaed
MAHHHAM,, J M., 25 Broad street, New
York, left knee Injured.
MENTE, E W , Hotel Wlllard, New York,
three ribs broken.
MEItltlt'K, (iEOrtOK B., 3 Washington
street, Chicago, minor Injuries.
IM'EEIN, J II., 150 Elm street, Now
Hochelle, fnce badly cut.
SIMPSON, (3UOIU1E. 24 Btone street,
New York, right kneecap badly Injured.
SOMMEUS, fl. H 25it West Nlnoty-thlrd
street. Now York; head bruised.
TEbimiCK, CHAIIMIS, 030 Park avenue.
Now York, scnlp wound.
WILCOX, J., Ashhury, III.; shook.
W1TTPENN. H.O..Jorsoy City; bruised
WILSON. M. fl., in West Thirty-sixth
street, scalp wound, hands nnd nnklcscut.
NEIV HAVEN'S STATEMENT.
"Soinrlhllilt" llroiipeit Into SiTlteh,
Dernlllns ! Train,
Nkw Havkn, Conn., Nov, 17.- Tho of
ficials of the Now Haven rond issued a
statement to.nlght about tho cnuso of
tho ruilrond wreck at (Ireens Farms last
'i'ho stntement follows:
The accident wns caused by something
giving wuy under the train dropping Into
a switch, uhlch derailed the train,
Tho olllclals of thn road wero rotlcont
to-night, refusing to make any oomment
wlmtover on tho official statement or
to udmil that thev knew ml.ii v.
tructlou woa that oaused the derailment.
m. wuhc ai aucuMara aaid to-Ur
that h was surprised nt the lack of ex
citement in his cur and described his
It was a steel rhalr car nnd all the ne.its
were taken except possibly one or two.
There were many women in the car and
hardly one of them screamed.
I believe we were going fifty tntls an
hour I don't know whether we were on
n eroi.over or how the accident occurred.
The ilret tlilm: I knew w.m when I felt the
car humping luavllv over the lie-.
When we started bumping om of the
people In the cur lumped out of their seats,
and when n were stopped mi sudden'
bv the stanchion the people were all piled
on top of each othor Thee who eat still
were Jolted, nnd the man behind me, Mr
Porter, a wholesale dry goodi merclintit
of Worth street, wa thrown forward from
his seat so heavily that ho broke the back
of my chair.
I saw a woman who sM across the aisle
from me. She was too frightened to move
or scream nnd came out of It afely.
The peoplo In our car stayed there. Slany
of us were cut and bruised, hut we didn't
get excited nbout It We took care of our
own wounds until the ambulance arrived
half nn hour later Tho lights In our car
were put out, and then wo went Into tho
next car back As we went I saw that the
forward trucks of that enr hnd been knocked
oft" The car was resting on its own body
on the ground.
Mayor H. Otto Wittpenn of Jersey
City was In the parlor nmoker when tho
wreck occurred. Ho suffnred cuts and
bruises about thn body nnd a badly
wrenched back, which will keep him
in his homo nt 320 Communipaw avenue
until tho end of tho week.
In telling his experiences of tho wreck
tho Mnyor said:
I was in th"5moker reading when I felt
the Joltinif caused by the ears running
over the ties. There were ten or fifteen
other men in -the ear, some reading and
others playing cards. All of n sudden
there was an extra hard thump and we were
nil catapulted to the front of the cnr. It
was a struggling and noisy pile of nil minify.
1 was oil the bottom of the pile.
One by one lho other men climbed off the
pile and nt last 1 found myself free. I
struggled to my feet nnd like the rest
climbed through a window. It was not
until the worst of the excitement had passed
that I realized that I had been hurt I
then looked about for some one to ad
minister first aid, nnd nfter that waited for
the Hpeclal train. It wan nothing short of
a miracle that the train did not plungo
down tho embankment, killing us nil,
IMtzhiiph Wires lie lias Not
JipsitfiiPtl as Head of Ver
And tiun!r'ia f nUar 'tal
polntr vlant r rivraa, rttr
a Ipamn, Ualtnff lmn tt
tailors, whwIrRKiaia. manulaetU'
ma, trail mitr txu and
How to Bo? ! Rck RottAM
Mow in Imp a liir. afi an.
Ho ! rioa Mj lrarBrin,i a,
M.iw to Mavtiil kUaftnt
il i tatlU tnn oJ ttwk
H"- t fcn-w nlcftr what
ttitK 14 il (nth I,
l low tn kri trttk t-t pmmlaot,
acrrrntvttta. dtlivn, fW,
ltu u ulr " wian
alnat anoK.r n1 laka mil
vaniaaa fit rrt t tportur.lt to
a;t iw Ui1ovi a plTtpt Ml'fm
ilf h wt I Hi t lu nC-Jf It t
uuxna'I'al'j, .l data. tlH1
te., n-.t a glri arttrl.
vili" ti trnulai rtrnp ta
(urcraairr t.ii t-tun ttn
r mail i nlar I ou", a (etr
ri raiati. f"'iii, w u
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fuTChaait. aor.ii Ua-rin'on,
hat aiary huaina Rtan on-plur
r tr '(r rf'.obiht to fcara cud
aujii at hia ftnar tnda.
Itw tn t"-t for mall,
tlw to hand tuattf" cut I
Wow o r a fixxl cilltaf an4
hr 1 1 hlr turn
Ill v t vrcania rraalt trig
rnncti jra utt,Brtmiit.
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yp from lha f" ftata.
Ho to ct qui , fcrata,
InitJ tnf nnat"B about icia-
wlluw t writ m-ith, dlploma
He tttra thai trine in tba
mcrt wilhTjt arli-' ITna,
Hiw in ft fti tse tntir oncl
i.atic utnti and 1 irr wwrtii
laa Jtbluia to if wltioat
tl'wlt' t)rl attTp'a a.l
vlTro'iv Pfatrfti ol Inajrtf
Irf V.l' arj iri'ai i cvitc
(Ion f U rir rroi.iita.
Ar I valiali iett-rttail m
I tairablaln nu ot)r i , fr
I dit mP. lt U a luognUMi
' ar-1 rvory iinin tr mn IM trait
I adinUika tital Qttiiinu
How la Admtiit a Doiinrii
II w t- i (n an 1 U kt an aj
Ilnw u . ai 1 ilt Lh
root tniii4Vt X- teavh anj
Haw t. writ. fBia, lllna'rat. I
ditfiar. f '-t ai'i rnt ag
How ti Jatetip enr, ran,
tuttirr, suoda-atii r a'yla of
tprale'. , , , ,
Maw 1 1 irrtr hM. crirlal
rall.na lhr rtt thattn
tli ran pl ttia tntprt.
Maw tu r -iJi a aucrl
n atltr rfnp ar.
how t. "rfnt hin t tCpfl
fit Ct ata, wn abj
How ti n kka m analartio
' tT (.Ttft It
IU'lf "l-u'I orrtira, anJ hrt-t
a" ti-tual uxisrr with lit
Ari i Inf l(a tarlatr of etfcar
pracicai riiiia on rrr ina
( miifrt.UTi. nnt for ihi
aJtrTtl'l' wianacrr, but fur anj
Iovidrvcr. U, I Nov. 17. Th be
glnnln? of th Oovrrnmont Inquiry Into
trnnuactlons betwton the New Haven
and Grand Trunk railways In connection
with the plan to abandon the Southern
New Knirlnml extension In believed to
have ben the means of amashlntf all
contemplated relatlonn between tho two
bli; atems within twenty-four hour.
It was ascertained, nccordlnu to tho
Provldonce Journal to-day, that at a
upeelal mnetltiK of the board of di
rectors of the Now Hiiwn road hehl
In New York Friday it was ritcldtU
that the bestthlnR to do under the i
fircumstanct'M was for tho road to with- )
draw from all negotiations with the
Urand Trunk In view of the impondlm:
At this meeting. It Is .vald, J. V. Mor- i
an declart'd tho widest mno on the'
part of tlu New Ha n would be to'
put nn end to matters at lsue with
tho Grand Trunk before the Go ernment
InvestlRators commenced tholr work of
Offknd Acceoot'nt Mlkdi
Mow fl ft a. ixtnta.
Mow toll andlt-ata 1 irem.
I trta taiOiJ aoj teonr.xu s
Uw la tajto )( l4ti trial
tw ul a aiawin lhat
wtii Kit iou rour u-onuiir
alaLatu tit on Una.
H w If ft all alurU ayatrra
ttmt wl'l ou a Uailjr r(xirt
t-( i our b l'.et furnlitwn,
Haw to ua th kua laf la
hndl bit CMl.wrti n,
How to fi.ax.aca ana ri'aiaUia
How i know tf n atatt prw)i
Ju of err offlf man.
How to pr4 up an t) a iwrf
tu Vp-ftch ft.i-anrr.
How tu hp aaact t-lttfm rnat.
How tu hantlU a teraaarlna'
and birptna tpartiari, wlt.i
CAiri'al ir.Trrtry. rrrairir
anj hippii e bilnaa mn-i t onaa
in rart. tn anjur tcef
Rln4, enrrfort ad aatiafartiou.
I t vttail 'T that (( ata f a
. n Utta, rQ weak
I hi iaultjr mtj,o.l ihrruhui
aur nurat aica urrantiatiun.
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Which put men right in
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nit natI In imr luln. ltfr, niHkr Uh
s,y plflin llrrr Air K7 real money
method p, pnunl hy tht)iivHr.ils nf buM
iusis for firry l.uMnc. man, hlK or
Mnidi, Mrrl mn or irrorrr, innnaer or
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lin roiilil not ntfonl thm nt thit iirloo,
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ll-Ukn,ar. fl' a iv I fallow
ut 1'iqulriaa frem aiivarriaat
ra-nia ar.l t h whir F) otu fn
tha r'iU-fourta of boina,
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mnll tfr f nr., but partH-ularir
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mow to I'nw waata.
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iftory ar atar.
Hw in eut mt rMtaptla
K'tri-la icrnl tst-m
How to elrta watftl
rtularial anrt aotrpliaa.
M to M-tori.n the Hikl
nillLfiff ft ltittM In L.I.
( -l!w t flaclsl tttwcrq rr
oay wa(ji ai ruw
-lleiw to kaT tab wi rrodqetr
valiia of caih n.aikrnt anil
tx.rin. irtsi.rwri airfna, up
o, trolt. Uwa ami mar,
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(rtaila tnat turn (ntn la km
ani twaan rf oro a Bet rmifiaf.
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5?rtb t'la'a l.ir prMtleallr
arr atnd f Uilria In whtaa
an arcuraiw coat atafm la aa-
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flow t arwrr ma m4., ti
ila 4 r nripfi aaUonf, aaH
riral UtOrof arpib-fttiurt,
low tc aac-tir f a htria mat
kt prica In alluta our Mr
llow tn lut'hl' f m IRl atU
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tlvw and St li atudr In aparw
moirufi k intrrvaaa yovr oaren
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tVia r. iitl-ns rf ratirM Ytt
l-atna. b it pra'iwal, down to.
tft-artn inat-uttti (a all brq
rb4tff I lalna.aUat will OMbTU
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rarn s. r-ri a.grr -ba anar.
Howl Mtt.iJ Mta
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v t praor.a.ltv.
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low ti trtila and eoAth aMaw
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tl Ink. to art. a ta flfM )
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n Is also raid that i:. . i. Chamberlin, ! Morning Sun, November 18, 1912," write
prosldent of tho Orand Trunk, has boen
notltlod of this decision by thn Xew
Haven nnd Unit both sides have OKrueil
to khshiro itnmodiatcly In nn oft'ort to
wtpo otit all their previous deals Involv
ing trackage and trnfllc asroements.
This lust turn In the nffalrs betwien
tho Grand Trunk nnd tho New Haven
makes It appear to many who nro In I
touch with tho situation that tho Orand '
Trunk will bo forced to complete Its i
line from Palmer to this city or to face
tho alternative of slnklns several million
dollars In the ditches It has dug In
In addition to brlnprlnK on a Govern
ment Inquiry tho heads of the New
Huven nnd the Grnnd Trunk aro de
clared to fully realize, now the extent
nf tho ndverse public sontlment tho
proposed deal has created throughout
Tho .Southern New Knslar.d Hallway
of Khodo Island, under provisions In
tho charter granted to tho Orand Trunk
for this road, must bo completed by
duly 1, 1915. It Is specifically provided
that this company's properties In this
State nnd Its rights of franchises may
not bo transferred to nny other com
pany, directly or Indirectly.
VOUT nmo nrl anMrnt
Piece ct miner. Din all tosether with vmtr )nlUp .nJ ..,!
SYSTEM-Wabash and Madison-CHICAGO
The Provident Loan Society
OF NEW YORK
Loans from SI to S1000 upon pledge
of personal property.
One per cent. (l?c) per month or
One-half per cent. () charged
upon loans repaid within two weeks
from date of making.
Fourth Avenue cor. ..'5th Street.
Kldridge Street, cor. RivinEton Street.
Seventh Ave. bet. 48th cv 49th Streets.
Lexington Avenue cor. 124th Street
Grand Street cor. Clinton Street.
Courtlandt Avenue cor. 148th Street
Graham Avenue cor. Debevoise St.
Pitkin Avenue cor. Rockaway Ave.
FOSDICK RAPS CIVIL SERVICE.
li-CnnimUaloiirr of Aernanti Think
It Kara Kmclmrr,
StONTCLAttt, K". .f Nov. 17, Answering
the question "What Is Wrong With New
Vork?" before tho Men's Club of tho
Klrnt Haptlst Church here to-day, Ray
mond H. Kosdlck, former Commissioner
of Accounts of New York, declared thnt
civil service, while It was n strong bul
wark against cnmpleto change by each
Intomlng administration, was nlso a
strong bulwark ngalnst edlclency.
Ho told how dillluult It was to effect
thn removal of employees who had
proved Inelllclent, saying thnt ho had
spent four weeks nt tho trial of ono
municipal emplnyeo whoso dlschargo
had been combated. Mr. Kosdlck said
that "lho veteran exemption clauso of
tho civil service law should bo elimi
nated, ns tho employment of super
annuated war veterans effected a de
terioration of tho rfllclency of city
"Moreover," declared tho speaker, "I
must say that tho Spanish war veterans
mused mo more trouble than did thn
veterans of tho-civil war In tho employ
nf tlm city."
"I know that things nro horrlhlo In
New Vork," said tho former Commis
sioner of Accounts, "but when wo com
pare them with tho conditions of ten or
twenty yenra ago It will bo soon that
there ltai been n wonderful Improve
ment, Wo are beginning tn see In New
York that tho city government Ih tho
creature of the people and can be made
to aarva tha paopla' ,
President Chamberlain of the Grand
Trunk, who Is still at the Waldorf,
whero a recent conference was held with
tho representatives nf tho Khodo Island
Public Utilities Commission, last night
declined to discuss the matter. Speak
ing in his behalf, Cy Wartnan, assistant
to tho president, expressed a conviction
that the report was unfounded.
"There Is no reason why tho New
Haven officials need object to nn Inves
tigation by tfio Federal authorities, for
thcro Is nothing In tho projected agree
ment which can be criticised. No ef
fort Js being mndo to restrict competi
tion. On tho contrary there will for tho
llrst tlmo bo a competition of service."
Tho olllcers of the Grnnd Trunk who
will bo hero until this evening, explain
tho present cessntlon of activities In
coming to nn understanding on tho
grounds that tho trntllo details Imvo yet
to bo worked out. According to them,
no recommendntlons Imvo as yet been
submitted to their London directors.
Mr. Wnrman was nlso glad to dlsposo
of yesterday'H report that President K.
H. Kltzhugh of thn Central Vermont nnd
thn Southern Now Kngland was about
to resign In conseiiucncn of tho hitch In
his pet project nf nmnlgamatlng New
Rngland railroad Interests.
He telegraphed Mr. Kltzhugh In Mon
treal yesterday advising him of tho re
port and asking his authority to deny It,
hast night ho displayed thl.i answer
from tho Central Vermont's president:
.MoNTllKAI. Nov, 1 7,
Itecelved your telegram. Tlieio Is no
t nit Ii that I am about to reitlgu.
K. II, i'lTIHUOII.
Flrat Newman "TraTrltalk,"
The first of the season's "trveltalks"
by E. M. Newman nt Carnegie Hall Inst
mailt dmw n largo and attentive audience.
"Holland" was the subjeot of thn talk, which
was Illustrated with both mnvlnx and still
Rlctures. Neu Sunday nluht "Itural Franco
ormandy and llrlttuny" will bo the sub-
GIBSON ON TRIAL TO-DAY,
STATE READY FOR FIGHT
I'rnspputors Confer Veniremen
Arrive, in Goshen Defen
MinDLirrowN", N. Y Nov. 17. All of
tho principal netnrs In tho trial of Hur
tou W. Gibson, chnrged with tho murder
of Mrs, Hosn Menschlk Hanbo nt Green
wood Lnko on July 10, passed n busy
Sunday nt Goshen, Assistant District
Attorney Isadnr Wnsservogel nnd As
sistant District Attorney Deacon Mur
phy of District Attorney Whitman's
olllco nrrlved nt Goshen early in th day
and wero tn conference with District At
torney Thomas C, Honors of Orange
county until Into to-night.
Tho order In which tho witnesses for
the State nro to bo heard was outlined
nnd tho line of 'questions to bo asked
tho Jurors lis they are selected was de
veloped. District Attorney lingers stnted
to-day that ho believed thn trial prob
ably would tnko eight days. There aro
n largo number of exhibits nnd theso
will occupy n long tablo In front of Jus
Gibson had a number of visitors to
day nnd wim fully as busy ns tho at
torneys for the Slato, Ho was In con
ference practically nil day with Attor
neys Ilobert H. Klder and Jacob J,
Singer, Gibson h attorneys nlso hnd sev-
We Are Staking Good
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Illustration of various atyles ot ITub-Mark
rubber nro appcarlne In lho uni t fars. They
prill conferences with witnesses whom I VJ'.J,1 "!? ",,orB.,!"in Dy nd"'r llisi-dass rubber.
they will cull for tho defence, Gibson
apparently wns In a cheerful frame of
mind nnd expressed cnnlldcnco of ac
quittal. Mrs. Gibson did not nrrlvo lnGnshen
to-day, but she is expected thero early
to-morrow and will occupy a scat by tho
sldo of her husband during tho trial,
A number of the special panel of 1G0
veniremen from whom tho Gibson Jury
will tie selected arrlvod nt Goshen to
day. It Is expected that despite Justice
Tompkins's desire to expedite the case
tho selecting ot a Jury will take all day
ykaA probably part at Tutaday. .,
Hub-Mark rubber fuutwi-ar I inuili- for Ml our-
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contain all the financial newa and tne ataok anil
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lw In the night and unal edition otTma Eranaa
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