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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
War Popnr(mpnt Has Plans io
Tat Organization on
TWELVE SEPARATE BODIES
Now York Soldiers Will Make
fp tho Entire Sixth
Wahiunotos. Nov, 17. The mllltla of
tho States will Ik orR.mlzod an tai'tlcul
illvlnlono. If pintis prrparcd nt th War
Department nml nnnntinoed tn-dny by
nrtlnK Secretnry Oliver nro carried out.
The. new policy In explained In a loiter
the iirtlrur Secretary lias nent to the.
scvernl Uovernor.i of States nuking
their cooperation In tho matter.
The dotnllfl for the organization of
mllltla troops alone taetlrnl lines tver
drawn up by the division of mllltla
nlTalrs of the War lie pnrt ment n sup
plementing tho tactlral reorganization
Intended for the regular army. In the.
rase of both the recular nrmy and thai
mllltla It Is the opinion of the general
staff officers of the nrmy that tho new
scheme Is n treat step forward In prep
aration for war.
It Is recognlr.ed that organization of
nil troops, mllltla and regulars, on a
tactical basis will be essential In time of
war. and It Is proposed, therefore, to
anticipate that labor by doing It now.
when there Is no Immediate prospect of
war. It Is realized that them will bo a 1
'Mnusand other details to be attended to
'"ie moment hostilities are Imminent. It
I' "Iso considered that perfection of tac.
tlr.i! organization now will stimulate th
smwth of the mllltla organizations In
the direction of a well balanced Dsntlng
There will be twelve tactical divisions
nf militia troops. AH but two of theno
a-e f rtned by the grouping of the mllltla
-canlzatlons of tho various States.
Vew York and Pennsylvania are the ex
lepMons, as tho mllltla of each of those
St.res will form a division In Itself.
T'10 .Vew York mllltla will bo known
as the Sixth Division. The tactical dl-
i.! ins of the regular army will number
four and the twelve mllltla divisions will
make a total of sixteen. The mllltla of
n ' the New Hngland States will constl
"ite the Fifth Division, that of Penn
sylvania the Seventh, and that of New
lerev, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia
and West Virginia the Klghth Division;
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida tho Ninth Division; Ken
tucky, Tennrssee and Alabama the
Tnth Division, Michigan and Ohio the
Eleventh Division; Illinois ami Indiana
he Twelfth Division; North Dakota,
South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa the Thirteenth; Wyoming, No
raska, Misourl, Kansas and Colorado
'he Fourteenth. Texas, Louisiana, Ar
kansas, Oklahoma und New Mexico the
Fifteenth, and Montana, Washington,
' irejr.ii Idaho, I'tah, Arizona, Nevada
and t'V.lfornla the Sixteenth Division.
The Federal Government will assist
the various States In perfecting the or- I wm remain so while the regular arms
canlzatlon of the militia troops on the mimt co here and there to perform ditii'
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For an honest-to-goodness smoke any
kind of weather, any time, anywhere
yoU'Ret a jimmy pipe and some Prince
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No matter what pait you're traveling or what's
on your mind, for the flwpull and the cool pull
and the joy pull, why, you get right down to
the original idea a jimmy pipe and just jam
it full of P. A. and there you are, all right side
up with the world! Do that!
Prince Albert's cot tobacco substance and gives tobacco'
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your auto, anywhere, it's your pipe smoke, because it's
fresh, and sweet, and delicious, and can't burn your
tongue or parch your throat! Bite's taken out by the
famous patented process that has made pipe smokers
and men who couldn't smoke a pipe before sit up and
make some mental notes!
Anchor alongside thi; When it comes to a ciga
rette smoke, I'. A. is king of 'em all. You get wise to
a package of P. A. and makin' papers and go to it while
the going's good. It's a sure-thing bet you'll get the
spirit of P. A.'s freshness, fragrance and sweetness.
Take it straight, P. A. is a revelation. Give it a crack
you'll forgt that broiled tongue and the -brands
and the dust-brands.
Buy P. A ovtrywhoro in Iho loppy rod oat, So
or in Iho lioy rod tin, IQc. Bui Jo it now,
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Wituton-Salem, N. C.
'W tactical lias:.-". IVdor.U funds will
be available for tills purpuJie. it ml It Ih
also proposed to appoint an otilcer of the
regular army as Inspector-Instructor to
tach tactical nil'ltlu dlvWion Mm ilu
'ies will lie to n.sl.t In the organization
only and will not conflict with the work
of the Inspector-Instructors assigned to
ailHt In training the mllltla of each
Headquarters of the New York dl
v!s..n will be at Albany, where the State
ml'.it.a headquarters are already estab
lished. The first, second and third bri
gades of the New Yotk division will con
eiit of three regiments each, while the
fourth brigade will contain four regi
ments. The divisional cavalry will be
made up of sixteen of the twenty mllltla
caia ry troops already organized.
Or'ier organizations making up the di
vision are seven batteries of field artil
lery, twelve companies of engineers, two
rnmpanles of signal troops, two field
hopltal companies and three ambulance
companies. This will leave four regi
ments of Infantry, four troops of cav
alry and nine companies of engineers.
The forces will bo held outside the
teicular divisional organization and will
he used In time nf war for forming neld
irmles, together with regular troops.
Thus the New York division Isepro
fented In all arms of the service, which
! found not to be the case with many of
th other divisions. The New York dl
v .sum. however, is considered a bit top
heaiy as there Is more infantry than Is
proportionate with the number of troops
of other arms of the service.
Acting Secretary Oliver's letter ex
1 'alnlng the purposes of tho divisional
organization Is In part bh follows:
i d.vlillng the territory of the United
S'ntn proper Into division districts as
nown on an accompanying table and
m and h organizing tho units Included
n'n e,ii.h district Into tactical divisions
' " hol fnrco of the organized militia,
'in .. put on a much better basis as a
fie 1 force for employment under the
Kerter.il Oovernment and the military
Minorities of the Federal and State gov-
m Mb will also be enabled gradually to
lia.anre the force of all arms and further
i lnp nil questions Involved In Its train
M, and prompt and orderly mobilization
k Hi such an organization In effect the
'neral Staff and tho Army War College
able to put all war plans on u more
pe'nimtit and satisfactory basis. Do
f lines exlKt In these tactical divisions,
" s true, just as they now exist In the
' ' al divisions DroDosed for the regu
Ih' nrmy, hut these deficiencies will be
! nmiely known and their full supply will
lorn a goal for future lenlslation.
iri nettling upon the twelve divisions
.. in tiia table a number of general
i' ' lies have Ixen kept In mind, some
"' v. .. n may be summarized as ronows
I'-ale companies of Infantry have
" ' . in a tactical division and they
, i'i. therefore not been considered In the
' ii.e or organization. These separate
' ''"ramus, as well as all separate bat
i "s of Infantry, should absorbed
' regiments. Where this course Is Im
l,r Ucilile these sunarate organizations
hi ii tin convened Into organizations of
tal or auxiliary troops to make food
""I. rig deflc encles,
1' eld armies would be formed by the
Grouping of two or more divisions of tho
orgaiiUeii mllltla or by grouping one or
"lorn divisions of the organized inllllia
With a rllvlulrtn nf the remilnr trOODS,
Wliem such Held armies were formed the
organizations forming the fourth brigade
oi any division so assigned to a neiu
nrmy, tonether with any excesses It might
poweH in any arm. would b employed
a" army troops or as the circumstances
nuKiit rruulre. The udODt on or M prin
'Iple does not mean that regular troops
"rul organizations of the organized mllltla
111 not continue to train, manoeuvre and
iht side by side, hut It being ths dealru
o malco the tactical organisation of both
ftroes permanent troops of the two
ussse are not mlxsd In ths two dl
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I.N' I'. 411 It-war.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse
SAILS TUESDAY, NOV. 26, 10 A. M.
LONDON PARIS BREMEN
KXI'KCSS NAILING TWIN MtHKW tllLinilt
Kaiser Wilhilm II.
Hint; short of muiai u se vi.e It
Placed in division" t'h tMe organ sn-il
mllltta the Ithilruwul of tlie.e iiKul:it
troois would ciinataiitl be U,.sruitim; the
division to which tin . were ussicoed nod i
the troops of tile reirul.ir arm etuplod!
on thee Kpeclal inl-'torii would lever
have any permanent oiK.mlz.ition hlnhi-r
than the leiflment. The .o tu.ll i;iouplnP
of the divisions Into field armies would
depend upon the nature of the particular 1
campaign. Ah the oruanlzed mllltla be- ,
mum more properly proportioned In all ,
arms there can he a Kraduul readjust-!
ment of division district lines.
la developlne tho ciuestions involved In
the mohlliratlon of tliete twelve divisions 1
of th ortanlJed mllltla It Is planned to
detnJl an Inspector-Instructor for those,
divisions made up of oreanizattoiis fiom
more than one State. The dutlea of the'o,
lnepe toi-liuitruetoi.x will be limited
cliltlly to those matters connected with
the inobtllzution of the divisions for ac-.
tlve field duty unJer th Federal (Juvern- .
ment and will include the drawing tip of
AFTER MS PILLAR
Huco With Klovntcd Train Kmls
With Smashed Car and
Chauffeur in .Inil.
DR. AKED RAISES $72,289. .
plans for the organization of any volun-1 inherited
ifur uniia on u ousiii it'J ii'-'-iieu 10 vuoi
plete the dlv Islons.
War materials for the organized mllltla
will be distributed and aton-d In suitable
der ots 1 n-q I,J '4' at hand locally when
mobilization is ordered, the principle be
ing to Kradually decentralize as far a
practicable In all mattem connected with
the war employment of this force.
1'iilwnKLPHH, Nov. 17. Charles Mc
Nulty, a younB municipal contractor
who has Juat succeeded to his father'
business nml wealth, Is (JylnB and three
companions aie In a critical condition
a.- the rcult of n fat auto ride on Mar
ket street at the end of which their car
vwin smashed asalnst the ateel jilllar
of the elevated tracks In West l'lilla
delphl.i early to-day.
McNully, who less than a month ago
his father's business and
ubout $400,000, took n party of his
friends to the theatre and afterward
Former Ilorkrfelter Pmtor net
"eT rhureh Money In Harry.
Han Francisco, Nov 1" In three
minutes SU.'Cm was subscribed for liulld
liiK a new church, ami twenty minutes
later tho amount reached J7?,289, at the
close of a sermon by the Hov, Charles
K. Aked ' In tho First Congregational
Church to-day. The amounts nub
scribed were from to to $2J,fi00.
Thei proposed new church will bo built
in the hotel district, either on the site
of the present building or near to it at
n estimated cost of $100,000.
PATIENT, 69, WEDS COOK, 25.
Marrlnae FoIIoits KiiRlnrer'a lle
iueat lo Heel Creator of nrllrnrlea.
The tnarriago of Misa Beasio Ferguson,
aged 21, and Thomas Doyle. B9, in St.
Mary's Church at Yonkers laat night wan
they had supper. With MeNulty were 1 tho culmination or a romance that began
Joseph McDonald, May Slsson and Jo-J in St Joseph's Hospital In Vonkers three
sephltip Illnckle. When they started formontli ago. Doylo la a civil engineer,
EX-C0P TRAILED BY FAILURES.
Drtectlre Say Jncksou'a Tlientrl
cal Tominlr iot Htrnndril.
Detectives who am searching for (loorgo
V. JackBon, a former polico horgeant,
whoso dipp'arancH w ' l'avo
caused-tho Ruicido of Eugene Hemmen
binger, a diamond dealer of 3fiS Fiftieth
street, Hrooklyn, Kay tnoy nuvu louna a
trail left by tho former policetrtnn.
They say that ho caused at least ono
bankruptcy, that ho left tlio members or
two theatre companies which ho wan
backing strandou anu mai 01111 01 111s
associates who paui on sono 01 1110 uoiors
airent of tho I-ehlnfi Vallov Ilaiiroal is
. : l- r .1...
out ViW ior transiioruilioil lui uim in uio
has lost all his tnonev, that tho pmwnger
comiiiuiies, that Jaokson owoa tnonoy to
many concerns ami iioreoue.
Hemmunbiiigor widod Jiis life by shoot
ing on October 11. Ho had just learned
that Jackson, to whom ho said ho had
given 30,000 worm 01 diamonds on mem
orandum, had gone to Europe.
Fred Miller, who Is out on $1,000 bail
charged with tho larceny of u $70 diamond
ring from Adam Drown, a diamond mor
chant of 71 Hroadway, is said to liuvo
worked with Jackson. Drown said. It is
alleged, that tnosuicmoot iiemmonninger
caubed him to fail.
GOLD BAG ENMESHED HIM.
homo McNully was not In condition to
drive his car and John Forbes, a chauf
. four for Isaac H. Symmrtns, who lives
1 at tho St. James, appeared with Mr,
' Hyrnmons'i car and volunteered to take
I the MeNulty party home. McNully at
in tho front of the car and urged the
chauffeur to sreed It up.
lie ordered the rlver of the car to
race with a train overhead. When
Forty-sixth street was reached tho car
had attained a high rato of speed and
had outdistanced the train. Just then
It struck a rut, tho front wheels skid
ded and tho auto lurched but of the
surface tracks, hitting tho curb. It
struck a steel pillar and all of the oc
cupants were hurled out, MeNulty
crashed against the pillar. His skull
was fractured and his faco so badly
crushed that It is Impossible for him
McDonald, his companion,' has a bro-
kken leg and is Injured Internally, Miss
rilsson nas notn leg's uroKen ana a frac
tured hip together with cuts and bruises
about the body that mako her condition
exceedingly critical. Miss Hlnckle suf
fered several cuts about the head and
body, Hho was tho only ona of tho
party who was not compelled to stay
at tho hospital, x
The chauffeur was so frightened that
ho ran away, Hut he gave himself up
to the police and spent the night In a
cell. This morning ho was held In
Dean Will Arrested Wlirn lie Wns
I'nabluK a Molore) ele,
Isham Dean, 10 years old, wnn pushing
a motorovolo along Central I'urk West
Haturdav night instead of riding. HoVas
arrested. Uofore Magistrate Muriihy
In tho West Hide court yesterday Police.
man Smith said liwin 'IIusm) 11 of K18
West Nineteenth street rode up on another
motorcycle, recognl.ed Dean's muchinu
as his own anil Dean was nrrehieu.
In tho West 100th htreet police station
a gold mesh bag containing a gold walch
and chain and $30 in ob was taken from
the prisoner. A half hour before ho waH
locked up Mrs, Charles, lilumm of lot
West HBth street had reported thu loss
of this bag. .... .
You must have been doing a regular
land-office business," tho Magistrate told
Dean as ho held him for tho (Irnnd Jury.
Mrs. Carson's Heerrt Slarrlaifc lint.
Nun.KT, N. J Nov. 17. Although
married Binoo latt May, it was not until
yesterday tnat Uie former Miss Cora L.
Vraelana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
t. Vreeland of ul plaoe, announced that
ha waa tha brida of Robert Carson of
LAWYER LEAVES TOMBS CELL.
MnRlstrale Itrlrasea M. J. ICarley,
Jr., Charged With Theft.
Martin J. Karloy, Jr., tho lawyer com
mltted to tho Tombs Saturday in default
of $2,000 bail for tho alleged larceny of
$1,800 from a client, was reieaseu irom
prison on un order from Maglstrato
Fresclil at I o'clock yesterday, He had
spent twenty-eight hours in a cell.
Ills father, Martin J. Fjtrloy, with whom
ho is associated at &1 Chambers street,
came for him with tho order and an auto
mobilo. '1 he examination la set for Tues
ilnv. On Saturday tho Magistrate had
refused to parolo htm and no had been
unable to secure bull.
Joseph I.attka of 300 City Island avenue,
City Island, charges larceny in condemna
tion proceedings in which Karloy acted
and while a patient in the hospital, was
so pleased with "the delicacies served
him that he asked to meet the cook. She
proved to bo Miss Ferguson.
HELD IN $10,000 FOR ROBBERY.
Four Aliened .Safe IlloTren Will Be
Tho four men arrested Saturday night
as suspects in tho robbery of over $10,000
In diamonds and jewelry from tho safe
of the Bennett Manufacturing Company
at 175 Broadway, some time between
November 8 and 11, wero arraigned yes
terday before Magistrate Freschl in tho
Tombs court and held in 110,000 bail
each for examination Tuesday.
Thoy wero represented in court by E. J.
Levy and had nothing to say further
than to ask for tho adjournment. Tho
men are Samuel Meyerson, waiter, 840
Dawson street;-Henry Cohn, 68 Allen
street; Harry Gordon, salesman, of tho
HroudwHiy Central Hotel, and A brain
Abramson of 76 East 103d Btreet. All
but the latter have police records.
Oec. 14 Grotser Kurhient
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Or Aniolt studios, m Wall at., and 304 W. Ottb at.
Telephone. I'rof. Prunera of Madrid. Hat. IMS.
01M1MA C1M1L Hlcimshlp nooktnii.
Maralers. SI W. 90th St.. It. V,
Laave freauantiy Nov. to Ma rah
MOND WUITCOMB CO- W Its 4T
Hlatiboroufil) - JBlcnbcim
ATUsNTIO CITT, N. J.
Jaalab nblta a amaa (wiw.
THE ST. CHARLES
Ifaat aaleel leeatlen an tha ocean frent
aa water In all kalha! arcbaatrai llluatrataa
tySklsti ; tpVaallMW. WaWUN aUlMaWOO.
l ill w I 1 1 a l ii
tuci nrw nirp iinr iim pwcru in lia ei-
pretw and paMetifer serTlcc the roanlflccQt
a twfn-scrrw venel of 10,000 tons diiplace
mant, epecliUly built for tropical travel.
iMft. outside staterooms, some with pri
vate baths. Spacious decks and social
You may leave New York any Satur
day for San Jaan direct, on one of our
blr, swift steamers. Strut or boohM.
New York & Porto Rico S3. Co.
Castral OfSca, It sVaaaway, RawTark
City Tlckal Offica. ACWI
for the business man and tourist Cuba
offers an ideal outlosr.
tha quaint and rasclnatlnr. with Its In
tenstins .people, gay aceues and excellent
hotels, will charm you.
Twin-screw express steamers. In direct
service from New Yark.
hainnita Thursdaya and Saturdays
Now York & Cuba Mail S3. Co.
Caastal Oiska, PUr 14, L R.. Maw Tark
ZtO Broadway. Now Yark
SHORT OCEAN CRUISES
CLYDE or MALLORY Lines
You are sure to enjoy the swift, bracing trip on one of our
coastwise flyers. There is no better or more direct way of reach
ing the famous resorts of Florida, Texas and the South. Liberal
stop-over privileges, with choice of returning' by rail, if desired.
Wireless and every safeguard.
Ml YnC I lair Direct aatllnf s to Charlesfton and Jacksonville with connections ta
UklUt Lint all points aouth and aoutbejut. llest route to the Carollnaa. Oeorrla,
Alabama and Florida. From Pier M, North Hlver, Tuesda) s, Wednesdays, Fridays and
llll I DRY I IDC Only direct ocean route without chsnrt to GsJrestnn.pUyiToand
ALLUnl LIML i 0f i(M creat southwest, connecting for all western and Pacific
Coast points. From rier J, North River, every Wednesday and Saturday for stay
Waat and Ualvraton and every Saturday for Tampa, St. Petersburg, Moliile, etc
Write for handsomely Illustrated travel number AOWI News. ,
CLYDE LINE-MALitOHY LINE TOUR BUREAUS
300 liroadway. Cor. Reade Hi. 9 SB Broadway, Cor. 33d lit.
rieri SO 4 North Klvar. Now York.
OLD DOMINION LINE
mil v MIISVICK.
For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk. Portsmouth,
Pinner's Point and Newport News. Va.1 1 oon
neotlng for l'etersburr, Hkhmond. Wasktaiton.'
p.i and the antun Soutk and West.
rralfbt and Passes fer Steamers sail rrani Pier
SS. W. .. foot af North Meore.jveij week
day at I i U. W. fc. WOObROW,
31 1 BAT CaV BSK T WKT IND IES 1 O C r.
bhwiunu a if aaiwry riaee. n. t.
Fall River Line
l.v l'ler I ." It.. rwrk. dally nt Siol. M,
Sirs. COMilONW t'.Al.TH and I'lllSCll.LA.
Orchrsirn 'in r.irh
Important otlr- On ami ufter .oifn
ber 'Jtit l-'all llltrr l.lnr t-ttitieri tlll ar
rlo at and uepurt frum l'ler 14. . K.
Ift. rultun hi. i
NRW LONDON (Norwich! I.lno via
New Londou l.v l'ler 0. ,V II . ft Houston
St.. iek ilsys only. 6i I' M ; l'ler 7i. n. II.,
ft. K. J2il St.. 0 30 i: ii. Mrs. MAIM', and
citv or l.oui:i.i..
NEW HAVEN LINE l.v pier 2. E. R..
ft. CAiharlne St.. eck days, 2:15 P. M. Str.
Tickets. etr at 171 Ilrnsdwny. Transfer
Tourist Offlces and al Piers,
The .Nr i:nsland Sleanihli Co.
Providence Direct, $1.50 Worcester, $2.40
Outside Stateroom, si. tin
Steel Steamships GEOKtilA and TK.NNr.SSEB
Dally, IncludlQK Sunday, Ss'io p. at.
From Her 1. E. R. Phone 1700 Deekmaa.
city Ticket Office, aoo liroadway. N. T.
tTptawnTleket omee. njwsy ami ?lfl t.
ONE WAY, $1.50; ROUND TRIP, $2.50
Kpeedy, Palailsl Steamers, ever' eenlni.
Leavlm Pier 32. X. Ii- (foot of Canal bL), C
M No other stop.
Kxcellenl cutslne and Music.
Hudson Navigation Co.
l'ler .12, ., it. l lione nprina wausi.
MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE
Pare Hcducwli New York anil
Steel Steamship ,Vrth l.und A- Knrth
Mtar. Sslllnes Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays nt 5 p. M.
SI'i:t:lAL NOTHTIi I'ntll Tuesday.
Dec, 3. Portland kleamcrs v. Ill depart
from l'ler 11, N. 11.. nenr fi)t Hector
St. Commcnclne; Thursday, Deo. Sill, and
thereafter strainers lll lonvo Pier 18,
N. ., foot Murray St.
Kastern Steamshlii CnriMirntlnn.
"The Pulillc lie ilcal."
BOSTON iVuY, 2.50
PROVIDENCE dVrect 1.60
Week duyt and Sundays at 130 P. it., from Pier
;iu, n, it., mm it et uousinn i. nnrnis I roe.
All Outside Itooms-Finest Nervlce.
Uptown Oftlcu: llruadwny & tM til
U'hone Sprlnz 9IU1 and 010.'. ,
RUPIU'.Ur. COUHT. NliW YOItll COUNTT.
nrtooKs nnuTiiMits. pisimitT, aiainsi o.,
MOltTlUKR WIl.MKllDf NO. Defendant.
TO TUB AIIOVU NAXIl'.l) DIIKI'.MIANT!
YOU AHK HlSltl'.llYSUUltONllOloanswerthe
complaint In this ncllnn, nnd to serve n copy of
your answer on the 1'lslnilU'b Attorney within
twenty days after the (.ervlco of this summons,
exoluslve of the day of service, anil In casoofrour
fauuro to appear it answer, juniiiinii ww ua
taken acalnst you by default for the relief de
manded In the. complaint.
iiateu DClQDOr ivu.
HKIINAHl) I. KAMKN. Attorney for Plaintiff.
No. 5 Cedar Street. Dorouih of Minbattau,
New York City.
TO TI1K ni'.VENPANT, O. UOHTIUEn Wily
The foretolnc summons Is served upon you by
publication pursuant to the order of lion. Samuel
Ureenbaum, ono of the Justices of the Supremu
Court of the State of New York, dated October
24, tots, and Bled with the Bummons and com.
Rlalnt In the omcw of the clerk of iho County of,
ew York, at the County Court House, lloroush
of Manhattan, New Ytrk City, on October Mfh,
"Sated Ootober Jlh, 1013.
TIKH.NAHI) I. KAMKN, Attorney for Mara tiff j
AAnM snii PiMtnfflM Addreas. No. 4S Cedar Staaat.
Luorouih of MDhttan. New York Clur. M