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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
('oliintliiii' Pri'sjrtput Siiys
fiillnl l.i'ii.'f.iHors OH en
Only Ini'iost' nnnliMi-.
Won.M l.!KK lli.(i.-.0.0lll)
Annual Ht'pnrt Show- Year
One of IHivoiNily's llest
in Kvcry Way.
rolunil'.i lit jwl n d llitoiisli one
of the 11101 IOe'rollS utul nt tli same
tim '"'' nf i'1" n'0"' I'rucial yearn of
it hitory. iifoiirdmc to the mimuil re
port of Dr. NichoIiiH Murray Htitlor,
president r tln university, which was
submitted to the trustees yesterday. A-
to finances, the ntimbor of students and
the educational Advancement of tho uni
versity 1 lie year win almost without
Mere than t2.nno.oiO was received in
(lifts and t)u crsnd total of students re
cclvme inetrnotion from Columbia was
well over ll.ivvi, niakinu it numerically
rnc or th srent universities of th world.
The year nlso marked the nctual liesiii
nmR of work in the lonR projected sch 1
of journalism and th linppv consum
mation of thn nlli.wco of the I're'byterl.m
Hospital and the CoIIoro of Physician
and Suritoons. mailo possible liy a muni
ficent Rift from Itolwrt V Oo Forest In
IV fiutler's opinion perhaps in" most
Finkinp feature of the Unnnoiul opfni"otis
of thn university is thru the cle'lcit f r tho
year wan only a little over J'm 'ion despite
a larne inere.iso in the annual budget
The total endowment of Columbia, in
cluding the Teachers Coll;. Harnard
I ollege and the College, of I'harmary, is.
W.(lTO,541 VI. or which I'Jll.TSf.Vit Stl is
ill property held for educational purposes
ar.il J.i:..TI1.0S7.n; for investment The
university ul-o carries n debt of J4.".'tH!.
H5M). Thn budget for the coming year
cal! for the expenditure of more than
three tid a half million-, of which n'1 but
IH4. '!'. interest on the debt . w for educa
tional administration and instruction
The income last year w.i J.'.s'l ,':2il s.
The students paid in tuition lees ft. up..
,.im !. riuvt n-iic .iimu in" ii 1 1 1 veru v
rrllei led from its real estate holdings
amounted to STtl.tWiO in. '1 he bulunce
came trom miscellaneous sources.
Ijist year Columbia leceived in gifts
V:k 1171 T.V which brought Uio total
pi iced Ivfore the trustees in the e'even
wn th.it Ir Butler has l.i'n pres.'
ldent to $l.7l)3,tts6.3;. The laii"-s un'e
received in 1911-12 was sm.s dii .
on account or the leacv nf the l.ne rt,.,.cw gestion. A chicken is not much uinertMit
i . , i , ,f .i !u .v.i .i . , trom u liumanTieing ufter a .
(.mker of which thh was th- 'In..! ; - t.u then, what Ps your idea of the most
rtnt Ihe tot.il iimount or the-i i.i' kur l liumane way of putting a chicken to
find is now SI, 140.777. 13, which is n-r i i death'" asked the court
t i the research work in ramnr ore I "Hy parting or severing the spinal
:rit is lx.'ing named on at the t'ollege I cold." was the doctor's answer He
i r Physicians and .Surgeons. I then explained how kosher butchers
oilier notewoithy gifts received weielkill chickens. A lateral aiterv in the
l.l.tfl.L'ii:) u iroin Mr. and Mrs. ilh an i
I1 Slnaim for additions uud alterations
the .Sloune Hospital for Women;
Kt.'i.nCKi from Samuel P. Averv. towinl
'he erection or the Avery Lilirarv Huild
ing; $i:i.i,non rrom tho execu'tors of
.1 ihn ti. Kennedy, an ndditionul pa v.
i lent on account or Mr. Kcnnody's legacy,
i tricing the total of that gift up to si'.ilo .
nun. .Vi.ooo from Mr and Mr WuImih
h Peteis. to establish a reseii"'! S fin. 1
in engineering m ineiiinry of their Mj'i;
IK.OoO from Mr llusst-ll Sage, to end'iw
no II. (1. Janeway library t the ( uee
.f Physicians and Surgeons. si.Mhui
Horn William li-ivard tutting vn. t
itjiblish n fellowsliin m m..m..ie ..rl"l
i. is son; $1.1.00ii from an anonvino.is i'niior I
lonne equipment oi a re;earcii latxjr.itorv
tn electro-mochanics; JKfoo') Inmi
olphus Muscli of St Iiuis toward
the endowment of tlie Deut-ches Haiis.
nd $10,000 from Charles II Davis. 's,7.
lor advanced inslniction in reswirch ami
Making of the enormous growth or
Columbia and tho difficulty thy uni
versity oflicers have in making tho funds
on hand provide tho necessary instruc
tion. Dr Butler takes to task tho who
make gifts to universities for special
digtvitexl purposes which require tho
institutions to go into new fields of en
deavor and increase the already heavy
What the university most needs is gifts
th'- will aid In its duifiir better the work
which it already lias undertaken, and not
tf's which compel it to assume new obli
ta'iorn that in turn make an additional
rirnln on its already overtaxed resources.
the ethics of academic iflvlm; is as yet
n unexplored field. It nfleis many and
lcTh,nC problems to the student of morals
htI of public policy. It would be very
'w-v, ly the exercise of ordinary busi-r-s
judgment, to make the million
row iiven eueh year for education in the
foiled States many times as productive
kk their are.
New and unnecessary Institutions re
r-uoli-hed out of the vanity of one man
nr 'he munition of another, when the money
in he Usvotyd to thdr establishment Would
h." a' Irast twice as productive if put Into
I. mils idready tested and experienced und
k'lrtml in Hie resources of some well eslab
i institution of the hicher learning.
I .nw. gcii for special purposes would
n.o' nlwaj-s he more wisely spent If
gueii to promote the general ends for
wti.ti a nimcrsitv, a libiary, a museum,
r a I uspii ,il exluts.
I-. .' likes men and women of large
T'smri ..ml hio.id symiialh lo see this.
Tlios '.f imrroner outlook and more re
K ririeci - uipathy prefer to try to follow,
fv, n nfior (leatli, earh separate dollar with
f i individual hand,'
Kit erillln.r.itinii nf Oia fnnils th.'lt
f'i iJuiler would like to hive to make tho
university complete shows the total
" "I J10.fl50.onii, Of this M.OOO.OOO
would i"i to tho medifsil school for re
1 lidding and new eipiipmeiit; tho com
p.eii ri if l uivorsity Hall would tako
i iiKiuori und tho stadium on the Hudson
ii'ihei million. An endowment fund
lewvircli m philosophy would reouiro
J'"00 0(ifi und research in agriculture
jud eiigijieeriug would Uike at least
l t'JO.ofsi. A students' clubhouhoisneeded
ami would cost S.jC0,u0u and $1,000,000
I" needed fei' library endowment. Another
imlh'in would le used for tho institute
'." t"eveuti inedicino and advanced
luiitni. nori iii engineering would dike
J.UOOuoo, Other needs aro-endowment
"r fi-reshorshipj in fine nrts. tlM.OOO;
tnipel endowment, $.'100,000; Columbia
ttileii,ity (iiess. Jl.WHJ.OUO.
fc by a talilo or relative axpensos; Dr.
niltlsr fch'iWM thnt It rnuta Coin nibiii
Si'udents less to live in tho universityi
""rmuones than at. any other untvorsity
"Vlng cu,ii t,.rM except those at Syracuse
j""t t'eimsylvanla. Princoton topn tho
umii"'1 '"J'oc the most o.tixuisivo and
"imam coma noxt, followed by Chl
wj'. Dartmouth, Indiana and Harvard.
' he report continues:
Helinirnhip in America has received erare
umes from its most Inveterate enemy,
!icli is early specialization. The Amer
ican iiicKe mint be brought back on to
firmer basis ii it Is to nurviva and if it
to hr worth working for.
H K probably not possible to a certain
t proportion of American students
locoiirto for social purposes only, what
WoDortlon go with a Hpeciflo vooatloiml
M In U-w, and what proportion go for the
wrro'e of becoming liberally educated
J'titlemen. jt u highly probable, how
r, taut the claua last named la not now
rry Inrcc lint t lie country will sufi'er
everely If thin chin dors not grow con
sianlly larcrr Htid more lintmrtant.
Dr. liuller mys in conclusion-
TliiT"l unfortunately no public opinion,
I'lllli'l' vM'lilll ii II II i VitI I V- nr In lint .111.1.
jimiiiliv 111 lirsc, whiih will Hiistnln'tlic tli-
pliifciiiciii of a Ic.iilicr In school or In rol
lene stnnilv bi'ciiiise lie cannot, teach, If
he is ,1 person of isnn'l moral character,
of te.isoniible Industry and of InotTennlve
pnr-onalit . Ills plnre l pot feci ly secure
no mailer nlmt Icivoc lie may make In
i lie i l.iasronm. It Is tills iticiitiltable sc
nirilv of tenure, the 1 1 1: of wlilrh Is not
to bi' found in anv oilier cnlline. Hint nt.
trai'lH to the teachlm: pnifrnxloii .mil holds
In it, despite IN inodesl pecuniary rewards
mi much tnrdlocrity
'I his is not so much n condition to be
criticised us a lact tn lie reckoned Willi
I'nless nil InelTei'tlve teacher can be roused
or stimulated into i dative eflectlveness
It will prohnbty be necessary to siiblect onn
uenerallon of college siudents after an
other '() his iticniiarltv until death or the
ni;e of aiaileniic retitcnient comes to (lielr
TO CARRY CHICKEN FEE!
UP 18 CRUEL, COURT RULES
Wlint Moro. Iiomco .Killptl
Fowl l)w Piillinp; It to
Magistrate l'reschi and Dr. Kdnard N
l.eavy. veteiinary nurgeon of the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty.to Auiinul
agree that chickens suffer just like humans
ami if you carry a chicken home by tho
legs while it is alive, it suffers just as
Kieatly lis you would if some one held you
up by the feet and carried you that wav
The Tombs police court was interested
yesterday when Magistrate Kreschi sud
denly found himself confronted with the
pioblctu of deciding what did and what
did not constitute "cruelty to a chicken.
He had the case before him of Dominick
liomeo. 30 years old, of 70 New Chambers
street, who was charged by William V.
Kvjns. a society officer, with "wilfully
and unlawfully torturing a certain creat
ure, to wit, a chicken, uud causing said
chicken physical pain."
"I want some proof of what mar lie the
most humane way of killing a chicken."
Mill Magistrate l'reschi. "The defendant
is charged with cruelty to this chicken
in causing its death."
Dr. l.eavy took the stand and said lie
had dissected all kinds of animals, from
crawtlsh to elephants.
"Now in this particular case, "explained
the couit, "the defendant is charged
with choking a chicken to death. Is
such an operation painful'"
"Very painful," replied the doctor.
"It is also painful for the chicken to lie
carried upside down by the leet The
blood rushes to us bead ami causes con-
chicken's neck Is. cut and it bleed to death
The loss of blood causes unconsciousness.
1 here w no pum ibis way, said tlm doctor,
"Then." said Magistrate Krcschi, "to
breuk a chicken's nock, spinal cord, cut
its head olV or sever an artery in its neck
is the most humane way of killing it."
"It is," replied Dr l.eavy.
"hailos S. Stech, a witness to the death
or thn chicken in question, was called
"How did von see this chicken killed?"
he was usked
"He stretched it apart." said Siech
"Do vou meii lie pulled it apart?"
"s.ure!" sulll Stcl)
"That is cruelty." pronounced the court.
lliiuk cariving a clncken by the feet
,s 'rue! after hearing some one e.iperi-
enced sav so. Ibis man carried this
cliuken ten feet and it mUFt have suf
Komen was b"ld in $'.'. bail for trial.
WILL NOT OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC.
Hon I'roiu Uaeensburo
Ilrldge "oniniisinner O'Keefle and Chief
Engineer .loluison of the bridge Depar'-
ment nave a iiemonsira i ion mi me w'leens
bnro llridge le.terdav of an elevator trom
the bridite to I'laeUnell's IjImikI which tho
bridge Depaitmeiit .seks to conbtruct in
behalf of the Deiiat tment of Charities In
order to facilitate ambulance serNice to
the island hospitals and increase tlis fire
protection of the ins! nut ion on the isl.uid
The only means of leaching the Island no
is by ferryboat
4 onimissloner O'lseefTe applied some
months into to the Hoard of I. sinuate for au
i.sue of $io7,uoo of corporate stock lo con
struct tfto elevators, one lor jiasseiigeis
and one for vehicles, to the isUnd from the
bridge The request was grantetl und when
it came up In the Hoard of Ahlennen lor
approval It wns filially sent to the Com
mittee on bridges and Tunnels
One objection to the elevator plan bus
been that a ten foot lage tor the elevator
In the middle or the loadwuy of the bildge
will leave insufficient spate for ehieulur
traffic on tho bridge
'I he demonstration yesterday showd
that there will beasp.Ke of over ten feet
on each side of the cage for vehicles, which
is greater ill width tnun the inuduuv for
vehicles the entile length .of thy lliooklyu
It Is expected that the committee will
NO NEW TRIAL FOR ALLENS.
Cnart nf Appeal CpuoliU Cnovlrtlnn
of I'ntber anil Sou.
Him mono, Vn Nov. IS, Virginia'!
Court of Appeals to-day refused a new
trial to Floyd Allen and his son, Claude.
Swnnson Allen, condemned to die on
Friday for their part In the murdeis
In Judge .Massle'a court room at llllls
vllln last March.
Preparations were Immediately made
by friends of the doomed men to appeal
to Gov. .Mann for a commutation of
their sentences. The Governor has al
ready cone over the records in thn
case, anticipating such a plea for clem
ency, and It Is expected that he will
k!vc his decision at. once.
Judge Keith of the Court of .Appeals
dismissed tlie appeal of father and son
with a single sentence, declaring the
court "found no error In the record and
nothing prejudicial to the defendant."
Tho Itov, George. F. McDnnlel, who
has been making dally visits) to the cells
of tho aged mountaineer and his young
son, will break the news to them.
V Glass before Breakfast
tone up the stomach', clean
the head and does you good.
'ii'fit l),i,'s CainpaiTi Brings
L:7 Mimi Into As
sofitition. IMi AN WIDKI? ACTIVITY
Sliippiiij,' Kncilillps. Holler Tran
sit iintl Foreign Trailt to
Tluce hundred of the clly's most prom
inent business men are campaigning to
recruit the membership of tlm Merchants
Association of New York from its present
quota of 1,500 to 3.000, and thus enable
the association to develop (lie city's re
sources and to protect its commercial
prestige against the set ions inroads
which llgutea prove similar organizations
in neighboring cities have effected.
'1 lie campaign began yestetday morning
and at tho luncheon held at Delinouico's
downtown restaurant at noon the cap
tains or the fifty-four working squads
reported the names of 237 new members
Willi prospects for others which point
toatd success ju the project of doubling
The committee will meet at luncheon
at Delmonico's again to-day and on
each successive day Until the end of the
campaign, Thursday bulletins ate post
ed in the large hall here the committees
lunch and the returns u?e listed up to
William C. Hreod, chairman of the com
mittee or Sno, presides at the luncheons,
and he pointed out yesteiday how tho
competition between the liig cities had
been growing and showed how freight
discrimination had hint Now York. He
showed that while anr one borough of
New Yoik is larger than almost any
one of those cities, there is yet in the wbolo
of Greater New York no association which
compares lavorablv in numbers with tlm
associations or its competing neighbors
The association has been spending
$75,000 annuullv for the advance of such
projects us have presented theinseles.
Now the association has undertaken
several large new activities for the pto
tectiun and development or New orlt
business and property interests, so that
an expenditure of at least $l5o.ooo au
nuallv is required. . .
Among these activities the association
has eitablisJied a traflii: bureau whose
object It is to nroteot New ork in the
readjustment ottrelgjit rates and toassiwi
individual shippers in relation to rales,
routes, claims and other arbitrutive
An industrial development bureau lias
been established, the purpose of which
is to attract manufacturing industries
to this citv bv giving wide publicity to
the many' economic advantages which
New York has to offer, to promote the
development of the city's terminal and
shipping facilities, and to promote transit
facilities which will make possible the wide
distribution of the population, thereby
assuring low rents and favorable wage
A convention bureau has al-o been es.
tablished to secure for New York many
of the niuneruUB desirable conxentioiis
and to promote trade cxhibition-devoted
to special lines of business, such as the
automobile show and the electrical show
A foreign trade committee lu been
established to promote the development
of export trade, particularly In manu
factured products, whose growth will
be of especial advantage to Vew Yom.
and equally to promote tile importing
interests of the city
'I be association ha." likewise estab
lished a publicity bureau to promote tne
purposen of the organization.
Tne "Jliree, rluniireu wno gainereu at
llwlinnni.-n'M veNterdaV disnluved all the
enthusiasm o'f a freshman banquet and
appeared to enjoy the eent as a huge
game entirely aside iroin u serious
purpose The enthusiasm was conta
gious and the reports ut the team cap
tains were received with spontaneous
"A strong organization fully equipped
to represent the whole city of New York
and constantly to protect and promote
1... I...J-.U. I..lulu II tli.. mnlila r .e
behind the big game, and old rather
Knickerbocker must have glowed with
Among those prominent in the lineup.
vesteraav weie tinner outmri. i-tnui.-
troller of the Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company; Kdwln r helieticK, presiueut.
of tlie Citizens Cential National Hank,
Paul T. Bradv. vice-president of the
WoMtinghouse l-aWric and Manufacturing
Company. William K J. (Jaillard, presi
dent of the McVickar. (Jaillard Ileal ty
Company, Clarksou Cowl of James A
lleai n a Son, K, A. De Lima, president
of the Battery Park National Bank;
Kniest I'lagg, the architect; Prof .loseph
K. -Johnson, dean of the school of com
merce accounts and finance or New York
University; Algernon S. 1'rii.bell, president
or the Fifth Avenue Hank, and Holliu
P (Irant. vice-president ol the Irving
AL SCHELLEY REINDICTED.
I'. . sapreuie Cnart to Decide
Whether UN OpIaDil'llls Vlolalr I, an
In older to let the Supreme Conn nf the
Culted Stales decide hetlier the iiiaiiu
fuctuie of "chill yen" from the ashes of
opium nlreadv smuked Is su Infraction of
the 1'edeial luw Assistant I tilted States
Attorney lloyle has secured the leiuillct
liient of Altred Schelley.
Srhelley was convicted of manufacturing
sinokiiiK opium In his den u t r; Mult slieet
last March and was sentenced by . lodge
llouuh to iiinu moiitliH In j ti 11 und to pav
a tine of t.no The case as carried tn the
I nlted States (irtult Court nt Anneals.
which eeised .Indue HoiikIi's decision
on the ficiumi tli.it lie snoiilil have in
stiuvted the miy to acililll sichelley 11 tliey
were colivlnr'ed tluit the (lelendiinL h:ul
made Ills 11 pi 11 in fium ihe ashes of the (I I n if
already smoked mixed with a modicum of
lly conceding In the lulndlctmeul that
Schelley euiiluied this method of iiianii
fuctiuiiiK his 'pills" the (ioveinmeut has
(Iven the ilelenoi an opportiuutv nr nllu
a ilemurrer to the Indictment I his cnursn
will expedite an apnea to the tun her court
Schellev's ultorue) aniiniliiieil tiiat lie
NKW VOKK Naw lark City.
Laamaie Ralh Nuei.
Miprnor name tfrner.
If run, MraviiinDls
Tela lrnu Irre,
Thn Ural Mrlhuil
Ray anil nvrnlne Nrtlons
At Srhonl or llratdracr
CUfeica and Private
Utilise. n Square ill.'J mumlwavi
rtarlsm Tlranrh, 3in l.rnoa Av, nr. 127ln SU
Bruoklya " IIS-JVO l.lilncatnn St,
Naw tlaMfi tsailautlr faratlaf.
Daacbic Bath hiM.
MR: OSCAR DURYEA
Tuitien in Aesthetics,
Dincinj and Deportment.
SALONS DE DANSE, 47 W. IZi St.
Alta sss aid ; Writ ll'Jd !treet.
BALL. ROOM HtiniJ FUR MR.VTAL.
CAT FINDS DEADLY WEAPON.
rnr In flernccl rial Helps lletee
tlie tn n Piece o WCvlilence.
Tipsy, nti eipert manner that makes:
her headquarters In the apartment tiouse
at 315 Kast Fortieth street, where f.'nr
melina (leracol was murdered two weeks
agoatid then shipped in a trunk todeorge
town, Conn., ambled into the murder
apartment yestcrdny afternoon, snooped
around mid finally squatted down in a
dark corner under tho kitchen sink. De
tectives wh'o were keeping watch in the
apartment tried to coav her out, but
she wouldn't be coaxed.
Investigation showed that the cat was
lying beside a short handled bludgeon.
The bludgeon was pulled out and taken
to the light. Blood stains were found
on it and In the heavy end sharp carpet
tacks were di iven. 'I lm detectives came
tn the coticliisicn that the ugly weapon
must have been used by the woman's
murderers, Persons who live in tlm
house have testified that Siicicloda, who
Is suspected of being the murderer, was
in the habit of beating her
Mrs. John Preston, janitress of the
house, raid yesterday that she was going
to mine liecaiise sue was airaiu llie house
would be dynamited. ae said she was
not so much afraid for herself, but that
her husband, who works in a nearby
liverv stable, feared for his family, which
include), eicht children.
It was learned yesterday that Carmelinu
Oeiucci und her'young daughter, who is
supposed by the pelice to have been
murdered shortly alter tier mother,
lived in an anartmtnt at .112 Kast Thirty,
ninth stieetSi.clciada lived with them.
About a year ago they left this address
On October :M thy took the apartment
at-.il. Dasl Fortieth stieet. Where they
were in the meantime is not known.
One or the police theories is that the
woman was murdered because she ob
jected to having her daughter forced
into white slavery nother is that site
was killed bv Sueiclaa'a in a lit of jealousy
Several clues as to the possible where
abouts of the murderers sifted Into Police
Headquarters yesterday The most likely
one came from Rutlalo. where it was
reported that men answering the de
scription of those wanted were seen.
The "second Deputy Polir- Commissioner
yesterday still was optimistic in regard
to the possibility ol making arrests in
I be case ill a few days.
The presence of some charred pieces
of lire wood in the monies apartment
led to the suspicion yesterday that the
murderers tried to burn the body of
Carmeliua (ier.iccl before they shipped
It awav. The exact fate of the fifteen-year-old
girl still is a matter or tincer
"tainty The theory that she was put
to death twetity-fo.ir 'hours after the
murder of her mother is considered tlie
FAKE LAWYER SENT TO JAIL.
Carried On lllrsal
ties In Harlem,
Justices Salmon. Moss und l'orker in
Special Sessions vesterdav sentenced
Vernon .1 rreelu,iil ,i nu MuHl.mi v-
ernon . i reelaml ol l.wsi .Maiiison ue-
line to three mouths in the penitentiary
for currying on uti illegal law business
at 31 I'ast twill street The chief com
olauiuiit was Mrs. Ida I smiii of (ileu-
ridg". N . ho testllied that last Keb
ruary she gave him Slim to defend her
in divorce proceedings She said he
took the money when she ottered it
rreeland. according to wii.it .Mrs.
limpi said, did not endeavor to work
on tier case, anil alter Investigating
and finding out that he was practising
illegally slie had mm arrested.
I'nlls I'ruiu Tlilrtj-tfrsi I'luor.
Iii the si-ht of hundreds of people in
i itv Hall I 'ills vs.lerdrtV .lohu (.lahnin. a
lid blaster fell from the thitt tltst stoM
ot the ip Miiuicipsl I'..., I. Iiiu- lo .i. pin-
tectinir lede three Moors belne. He jh
?"yl.'.H,l.,",'".,'1,i',.."re""' l"",,,,l"t i,nU ,I "
(,r.ih,i.,i w.i s ieas old and lived at
H si Nicholas avenue .
And it Delivered
Over boulevarded highways in the East it
sped; through sand two i'eet deep in Ohio;
across trackless prairies in Illinois, with the
heat of a sizzling sun beating down. It
crashed through weak bridges in Iowa and
conquered roads of gumbo. The alkali mud
of Colorado was no barrier; its progress was
not checked by cloudbursts in Wyoming, by
steep-sided gullies, by deep ruts, by roads
It cut a new roadway over the broad ex
pausc in Utah; it crossed the Great Salt Lake
Desert, often 150 miles from habitation;
battled with hailstorms, rainstorms, and snow
storms in Nevada; climbed the tall peaks of
the Sierras that seemed to mount to the skies.
At last into California!
It pressed onward to San Francisco; then
35 miles to the north. And the first load
of goods ever delivered across the continent
by motor truck had reached its destination.
, j j
of 4,145 miles in 412 hours
of actual running time.
Across 15 states it hauled
a 3 -ton load of Parrot Brand
Olive Silk Soap, the product
of its owners, Charles W.
Young & Company, from
Cal. It faced the most terrific conditions
ever forced upon a motor truck; received
the most gruelling tests yet supplied in
business service. But it delivered the goods!
I'ttreiii Kmploycps on Inter- j
continentiil H libber Com- !
pnn.v's Property Flee.
MAY l-'HKK C01-. 0K0ZC0
Mullens Corpus Proceedings to
He Broil o hi in Aus
MoN'lhRKY, Mexico., Nov. 18.- Tho
IVdrns ranch, embracing 'J.000.000 acres. I
owned by the Intercontinental llubber i
Company of New York, known as an
Aldrich-Hockereller firm, has been taken
possession of by rebela and the manager
and all foreign employees upn the prop
erty have been forced to flee for their
The ranch is siiuated in the State of
Zacnlecas and is the chief source of the
guayiile shrub supply lor the rubber
factories of the conmanv in Mexico. It
is stated that bands of rebels have been
occupylnc portion of the ranch for sev
eral mouths and recently they burned
several smaller buildings and began
hauling off the guavule shrub. A few
days ago word was sent to the ranch
headquarters by the rebel leader that an
attack would soon be made upon ths
foreign employees. It was then that ths
exodus started and the property is now
completely in possession r the rebels.
Ah.htiv, Tex , Nov 1H -Attorneys at e
here lo bring habeas corpus proceedings
before Federal Judge T. S. Maxey to
secure the release of Gen. David tie l.i
Fuenta and Cot. Pascttal Orozco, Si ,
held bv the military authorities at Fort
Sam Houston, San Antonio. An in
formal conference was held to-day with
Judge Maxey and the formal submission
will occur here next week.
(len Fuenta was chief of the artillery
division of the Oro"o army in Mexico
and sustained a serious wound. He went
to New Yolk and underwent a successful
ouerajoti. after which he returned to
Iii Paso, where he was arrested and held
forty days as a fugitive Trom justice,
After being released, as no charges were
preferred, he was arrested on a tele
gram from the Secretary of Wnrand taken
to Fort Sam Houston by Federal soldiers.
Col Oro7co was also taken into custody
at HI Paso, leleased and rearrested on
orders Iroin the Secretary of War
The habeas orpils proceedings before
.lliuge Maxey win test tne x)er and
I right of the Secretary of War tj order
i citizens arrested. It was an entirely
i new procedure and the Secretary's orders
i .' ,l .i : . . T . , .1 . " ia
created treneral interest
'JiiuK? .iifliri b
decision and a fhia adjudication of the
L-""! W1" awaited with Interest by the
-r UM(, f)f xhr ,or(tet. gpn,.rv.
NURSE WHO STOLE SENTENCED.
Helen IValimi, Sm4 in "Re KlrHI"
maniac, .sen) In ltrfnraialur.
Whitk Plains, N Y , Nov
I - Miss
Helen Louise Watson, the truined nurse
who several weeks ago pleadtH Ruilty to
nti Indictment of itrunil larceny and who
has been in the county jail here swating
sentence, was this afteruoou Bent to the
t ll.lr.-.l lur..n.nul,Lr,. lit Cnttnlv .Ii..Ia
KviYiiJ .V n I . . . ' ' ' "
It has been stated that the gnl was a
kleptomaniac and thst she stole only
ufler uliM lclil eome fl.illl .1 toll? Tiermff of
i.,..l w.l- nM,l waL Q l,re.l..
condition. She has steadfastly refused
ip sav no uer reiarn es were, oiner man
, that they live in ( liicago.
the iournev II , r
6I2 Ion S ion
a customer in Pctaluma,
LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY. 1886 Broadway.
Batiara of AUa Malar Traclu, Aka Motar Can aai Atca TaalcaU
MoTa-ra of tho World' Good, ainco IMS. Capita, $SO,000,0f
Beginning November 24, 1912
Through All-Steel DrawinfrRoom
Sleeping Car on the "24-Hour St.
Louts" via Richmond, Ind., and
Relnrnlnr new, train leaves CIiIchko
arrivlnc New York l
GERMANY PLANS 10
. ,. ,, . 4l ... , .loonletnplaie vloistlou of any trrnty
.Villi llllls Ul'IVl' till' SIlilMittrri I riKht of the (tnlte.l stsies. .Inasmuch
Oil CoilllinilV From t III a" " tJ"e" ,u" Involve any tariff sclnd- n
' I tl.. II..-.. ...I.I 1. -
. . py me application ot the nmMmum t
Wasiiini.-'Ii.v, Nov. IS. The plan ofjCnlted Htate? tnrlif"" sitalnst German
the Uetniah C.overnmeilt lo ctahltsh a Imports Into Hil- country ,
monopnl In the distribution and sale of
ml ami ol! products wl.liin the eniplie
.'ind thus eliminate the Standard Oil
t'nnipani hus been received xvlth :;reat
iithusias'm In Ittimania, uccordlns to
despatches to the State Department to
day from Uucharest.
The Itumanlan oil producers are con
lldent tflJi If the .S'aiidard Oil compell
t "on csn he ellni'natcil In Retliiuny they
will be ab'.e .o control the market,
r.iimauhi has ulvrnj's rettarded Uernianv
ms the natural niarllet for her oil, but
the presence of ihe American com
pany In Oermany lias thus fur p-e-enled
the Itumanlan oil producers, from
ivallzltlK their expectations. The elal-
llslimeiit of a Goveriunent monopoly In
oil In C.e, many, according to the Ru -
man'an belief, will make prices Home
what higher und more stable, besides
emancipating me iiuinsni-iii compaiiies
competition with the standard
Ii is understood that a treat ileal of
rtermiiM c.inltal Is renrrsented In the In.
' vestments In Human I an oil tleliN. Some
of these couiianles have been operating
al a reiit loss In (ieruuny because of i
the ulillit of ihe .Standard Oil to under-
sell competitors. Oil experts declare,.
that the Itumanlan output ot oil ! capa
ble of Ktent Increase. The quality of
Rumanian refined oil Is Iniprovlni, It Is
said, owing to better methods of retlninir.
The Slate Department has not eil
found aii Krounds on which ll can de
fend the C.ermuu subsidiary of ihe
.Standard Oil Com pan from nlisorptlnn
by the Oerninn Government, nccoidlnif
The achievement of this
Alco truck simply punctuates
the strongest claim we have
Simply demonstrates why
other Alco trucks are s?rving
and saving for leaders in
more than a hundred lines of
business in America,
Alaska, in Canada, in the
and so on.
Write for information
in your line of business.
, .J3 P. M.
a.M P. M.
7.M T. M.
nl I'.'.'-'O P...M. with throurh sleeping ear
l.l'n P. M. nt day en the
I to Hit ptcsent plan. As the bill to ei
j tabllsli Ihe mouiipuiv has not yet ben
introouced In the Geiumn Parliament,
the niauer has not yet become n sub- '
Ject for illir nmslic discussion between "
the iwo CJin ernnieiiis, rfn fm- us now ',
knnv.n. the (Joi ei nment til ,n doe not '
,,.e . .T-ii.r-iti win ,c puviericsv lu
Uneaten retaliation against Oermany
SilO.OOO FOR WOUNDED HEART.
Mtm Herllia el sr trn 5ln
muii fnr llreaeh of ProisiMe,
T lie 1 1 lit I of a suit for tlrt.fKm rijniRies for
lueaili of piiunise hiouiiht hi ils Berth,i
Saet iiiiHtnst Ii villi; enlfimcii. whoH fttther e
na a v.eaithv cloak iiiamifactiirer, w r
IseiTt n veienly befoie aui.riu( Ou'rt
Juslice Hi Mir- .
.Mis j.nei, nho U ini vo years of ase,
s.iid tint she r.e.it to work as honk't.eers'r S
in the ofltte of the rompany owned by s.'olo- i
liion s father ami thai he rnurted I'er for .
scleral yea is and nureeil to marry her In
Vthsi! the eldi'r Solomon illeil his nlf i
bei !! the head of Mie rompanv Slid Mls
sapl suld Unit nr.e ilii rhfii she trvnt tn
woik Mr. Solomon sulci he hennl Ihe s
na; ,,.r inh, ti Saet sjid. she an r.othl nr I
I more of her promised husband, fljg
H An icnaluaUr booklet (or thebiuCneit
rata. In this work Trade Mark jtiii
prudence and tlie requirement lor tesutra
'lion are eiplained cltat'y and without
Sni ZS rrnt taWajr hi a cW
MUNN & CO.
Solicitor of PaUntt
31 BROADWAY NEW YOKK
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about Alco trucks