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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
AMERICAN IN LONDON
nimn i nmuiTrnrn
t Wo a mm
Pnutrh v f Count iroyos We
coiiK Itriili of ('. W.
i, i.i vi: in nosTox
snid lo Have llccii Kn
ifed nl (Mn Tinu lo
Lord ( iiinoy.
rMr initirr, t nif m-v
LnMios Nov. 1! Attici Iran vvciiinngsi
re a m,it;.'r of interest in London, but ,
twilled liltheito have
..,!.., i iin it titled bridegroom. To
ivddtnu or """.unites.. I'amlllu
fciv. ,m Austrian, and (Tinrle Wllkins
s,nr, Ir . an architect of Massachusetts
ami r'ini'inti.it!. 1" Holy Trinity Church.
Slaine Sipi.tte. w.i put ticul.irlv Inter
r'tins i" Ancle- merle.ins line, no:
only e'l.iii"" Hip lirldp lore n title but
n.f.i dp ause of ill'- social prominence of
her f.! ''I -nd motltei Many Amcrl
ran whw name are known on two
c-ntm''n' a.i" 'he ceremony. Added
'ntcr-"'! pnt l,y the presence of the
.Aus'i i-lluncarliin Amlwss.id ir
The Countess was attended by six
brlrtfMn.inis. nearly all of whom were
ri!anr. She wore white chllTou
trimmed with old P.russols Lire and with
i, truii .mo veil She was given away
l.v hr lil'.-t brother. Count Hoyos. The
lirniliii the bridegroom was best
man I 'l'l' -w im; t lit- wedding Countess
lienrcr 11".M". niotlier of the bride, held
,. rrr.pf.in .it the liomr of her brother.
Sir .!!!' Hec'llum Whitehead The
ltfi-1 married couple will soon sail tor
Pet,n h-ie ihcv will make theli
i m.nt"s Camilla limns Is a rrat
'(juTi'.' .n I.Hidoii society, specially
fl.Tieni: the' v mincer set. She bus taken
min t Inti ret In ilinrlty receptions In Id
pi N lidlf of voting Kills who are blind or
rrirP'' d Sh is a clever and well eul
Ib.iicil slrl and of pi ('possessing up
.p. enine SI.e Is a grtittddtuigliter of
R.iNr; Wh ii'head. who while a mem
ber "f an engineering firm In Austria
Inventidth.' Whitehead torpedo. While
Vr f.i'h'r .s an Au-trian. she Is very
l'.ncirii halnr been Imtn at Sptlim
f.fld. 'n the Nie of Winhl. It Is said
Itiat h' one time Countess Camilla was
rnciici-d to Lord Canioys, who after
ward married an American sill. Miss
'.stisvti. Nov. IP. Charles Wil
kin Short belongs to one of the oldest
f nd besi'knuwe families of this city. He
n arehlii'it and Is located In Hoston.
II father. Charles W. Short. Sr.. Is a
r.al state 'nwer of thir city. The
Iri'teeroom nf to-i!u has not spent
rnixh of his iim in this lty for yrnts.
LONDON SEES" TRIPLE BILL.
I.nekr, l.onl Ilniiinio nml Mnnlry
llotiRllton llie llthnra,
Spr'inl i nhif )efnfr to Tnr, sc.
I.ONiio.N, N 1!'. An excellent triple
M.l was presented to-night at the Hay
market Theatre. It lmgan with a one
act play by Willi mi .7. Ixcke, which was
- typical adventure of Arlstlde 1'ujol.
I" was followed by otw act of "Th?
'; rf,.n Doom," by Lord Dims.ni-. This
' 'lie fre-li and sirange character.
,ir. of Dunsanv's work.
sene designed bv S II Slme1
th-eil the sailed Ir. n door of a H.iby
ionlan monarch's palme A little bov
nd girl play about unnoticed b the
fnirles but are unable to see tlv Kins.
'np prays to the King's door for a little
hnon and also writes on the donr a
0 trs.nele composed by the other telling
how a purple bird tlew up against the
tlcy and died.
When this was discovered the monarn
was very much perturbed and the as
trologers Interpreted It as a warning
written by some god roretelllng tho
, King's punishment for "Hying against
j the stars." Hoping t appease the nncry
' gods the king lays his crown and seep
're before tho gate. The child later
comes along and thinking that the gate
' 'as answered the prayer for the hoop
i trundles off the crown with the sceptre,
When tho King and the others discover
th ctown and sceptre gone they believe
' 'hat the sacrifice hap been accepted
aod taken off by the gods. It Is difficult
to convey the weird charm of this half
hour's little drama.
The programme ended with a three
I et comedy entitled "The Younger Gene
ration," by Stanley Houghton, the au-
' thar of the much dlscusaed "Hlndlo
Wake?." This Is a clever play of tho
modern typo showing the life of a
Manchester middle class family of good
means. Three generations are brought
en the stage simultaneously, a "harsh,
four grandmother, a respectable, narrow
minded hut weaker father and his re-
l soiling sons and a daughter who Is
eventually victorious In the fight for
pome measure of freedom In dally life.
The three pieces were notably well
ctd and there was not a single star
In the casts.
DELAY IN MOSCHTNI CASE.
Formrr Lola Davl Still In Jail
Mny Appeal lo Emhaiiy,
Sptrial Cable Peipatcfi to Thc Bvs,
rteMK. Nov. 19. -The friends of Sig
ners MoEchlnl, formerly Lulu Davis
ef Austin, Tex., who Is being persecuted
bv her husband, were disappointed
when the Magistrate, who had stated
'ha' he would Issue an order for her
rf'.iyf this evening, unexpectedly notl
signer Vinal, her counsel- that an
' ner ilurlae, who was at present absent
i" m Itome had been ordered to take
nn the i..fe and that it would be Im
T'.v'nle to give Slgnora Moschlni her
b'ffli.m until he returns.
Sli-nor Vlnal attributes this further
tU to the political Influence of Slgnor
M 'srinni. the wealthy husband of the
Anerlmn Kill. Counsel says that since
I-if fi'iiei .fforts havo been fruitless he
.iiipiv lo-morrow to the Atncrlcun
J.tnt.i-.v fr assistance.
( Metiwhiie the newspapers continue
tf print unfavorable comment on Dep
'I'v Misrhini'H petty persecution of hi
'f' vim I't weak and nervous owing
to h" prolonged Imprisonment In a
i ' th liardened criminals.
SURGEON FOR CZAREVITCH.
frnt. I.rsrli of llrrllll Snmnionrll
'c " 'utile lie'txttrli to Tnr. Srs
Sr Pi ' niHiiriHs, Nov. ID. It is under-
H'ori lti.it Pnif Urn.ih a ulirirnon lf
m , . i ". ' -
"'.Iim h 1 In... 11 summoned to atlond tho
'.iri.v , , , iVirskoo-Kelo, whither the
t.i'inly has returned from Spala
11, poiim, to tho continued grav-
"yfltJh. i,v .condition.
I ho 1 rnirt pliysicians admit it in a Berious
those n'l'iiiHii iiuie-iii. mi..- ""iino rioi on .November 13 wan bronchi
HOME RULE KNOT UNTIE1). '
t.lt.ernU straighten Ont Tangle ant
. Amrnilment 1 Adopted.
.Tcrfflf rrVf Peipatcb to Tnt Sc
Iinhon', Nov. 19. Tin- (Jovernment
to-day tnnnaged to straighten out the
complications which 'resulted from the
defeat of ik portion of the Irish Homo Rule
bill in the House of Commons on Novem
ler 11, and which provoked un open riot
two days later.
The House to-day held a debate on the
now financial resolution replacing the
one whleh wns defeated by the amend
ment offered by Sir Frederick Hanlmry.
unit which wim earned liy a ""snap"
division. The new resolution differs little
from the old one incepting in form, but
it avoids an intolerable breach of pretv
dent. After a long discussion the ne
resolution was earned by a Vote of 31.
An unusual sequel to the doings during
about by Joseph Martin, member fnr
Kast St. I'aiicr.is and a prominent former
Ciinadian. who nve notice of u motion
ceiisiirin the Speaker tor declaring that
he did not have power to treat mem
bers or the House as disorderly when they
coniine themselves to Parliamentary
cries or "divide." "adjourn" and similar
e.Nclamiiti.ins. and also for grossly fail
ing in his duty in not suspending tho
members who prevent eil the proceed
ings by those exclamations on November
SHIP HIT BY HURRICANE.
Ilniiitniric-Xinrrleftii l.lnrr llnninKnl
In Mono OAT .Inoialcn,
.pri i,il t nttte Itetpatrt, ti, Thk Si n
KlMisTON. .lamnlca, Nov. IS The
II.imhurK-Amerlcan Line steamship
I'rlnz SlRlsmitnd, from Santiago, en
route lo Colon, arrived here this morn
Ins after a severe experience with a
hurricane for about thlrty-slx hours.
The vessel ran Into the storm off the
west end of the Island. The waves were
so high that they swept clear over the
ship, tloodlni the saloons and cabins and
smashing the boats, The upper struc
ture of the -hip was considerably il.im
ni.ed. At one time the storm wa so
severe that some of the timid passengers
put on lifebelts.
The hurricane wrecked the west end
of the I'lnnd.
ZAYAS'S LIFE THREATENED.
C n bun I'rrKlilrntlnl riinillrintr VVnnlJ
llnr lllrd If Klrrtert.
.'peciij I nbtr DrupntcU to Tnr rn
Havana. N"ov. It) - Ia Opitnoe, the or
gan of the party of (icn Zayas, t."e present
Vice-President and unsuccessful candi
date in the Presidential elections, savs
to-day that fien. Monte agudo. the com
mander of th Cuban armed forces, bad
arranged to assassinate Oen Zayas on
election night, if Hen. Zayas won the elec
The newspner declares that Oen
Monteagudo had three picked sharp
shooter detailed for the work
MAJOR DOMO SUES PRINCESS.
llrrak l.ru Crecllnur Doc anil erks
'J.ooo Krnnrv Daintier.
Special Cable Detpatt't to Thh Srv
I'Ar.ls, Nov. 13. Princess Louise of
Belgium s again before the courts.
Her major dotno. a magnificent speci
men ol the valet tribe with flowing
whiskers and nn Ivory complexion.
while feeding the Princess's Pekinese
spaniel In l!lft had his leg broken and
the major doino subsequently sutfered
a physical collapse lie now claims
3,n francs damages.
The courts lent an attentive ear to
the cafe this afternoon, hi" reserved
DOCTORS REJECT PENSIONS.
Ilrltlah .Anaoelalluu lorn'l Waut
Aid t'nilrr Insurance Act.
Special Cable Deipatch to Tnr Si
IjONIieN, Nov. in - At a representative
meeting of the Hritish Medical Association
to-day a resolution was adopted declar
ing that the latest proposals of Chan
cellor of the Exchequer Lloyd (leorgo in
regard to the compensation of docton;
under tho insurance act were "unwork
able and derogatory to the medical pro
fession and consequently the profession
declines to undertake service under the
act and the regulations a at present in
stituted." It was added, however, that the physi
cians were willing to confer with the
Chancellor of the Exchequer with n view
to settling the oiiits in dispute.
MAKING FORTUNES IN JUTE.
ScnttUh Klrma Aeraae I'roBts
$10,000 to 9U.1,00O a Week.
Special Call DetpatcK to Thi 8cs
Dundee, Nov. 19. Fortunes ure be
ing made by Jute firms which employ
from flvo to six hundred men. The
average profits are now $10,000 to $25,-
000 a week and the nrms are deluged
with orders which are booked for de
livery a year ahead.
The reason for this boom Is that
when trade was slack some time ago the
manufacturers allowed their stock to
become exhausted and now the crop
forecast of the world's jute is that It Is
barely covering requirements.
PARIS MYSTERY DEEPENS.
Disappearance of Hotel Administra
tor la Widely lllacnaaed.
Special Cable Despatch to Tat Sc.v.
Paris, Nov. to. The disappearance of
M. Wetzel , the hotel administrator and a
very wealthy mun, is now the topic of
tho hotel lobbies, where it is recalled
that ho was once a humble dishwasher
but roso to bo the prince of hoteldom
by a happy streak of luck, He secured
positions with Messrs. Tauber. Weigel,
(Jlmrvet and Ooissler in the leading Paris
His friendB say that M, Wetzel's case
is one of amnesia, but others Hay that it
is "chorcher la femme,"
Those Who Are Salllna To-day for
Knropr and the Indira.
Sailing to-day on the Itcd Star liner
Vaderland for Antwerp are:
Mr. J. F'rndlelon Hr. and Mn. lllram M.
Mlsa ItONamiind l'y Hurry M. Read
Ml AIIcb I'ay
On the Cunarder Campania:
J. O. W. Aldrlilee i. K. Ilrown
Mr. and Mrs. Artmir 5. Mr. and Mr. Albtrt A.
William Hicham Dr. W. N.llnrsfall, II..V.
Mr. and Mr. Hradlfy U'.M. Strvcnkon
Sailing to-day on the United Krult
Company's liner Almlrante for Jamaica
rind Panama :
Cant. K, P. Hreckcn
.1. I'., liyer
Ur. and Mrs. II. L. llor-
Mr. and Mr. -I A. Scott
II. .1. Illriz
Harlr .N. Mlittni
.1. it. y. Savate
y. j. wem
E WITHOUT HELL
OR JONAH AND WHALE
Now Hnplisl Version Says "Un
dorworld'' and "Blr
ADAM AND KVE KXTEKLATE
Mnnv Changes in the "Improved
Kdition" Now Complete
and On Sale.
A complete Bible for Baptists with no
"hell" in it and the Jonah and the whale
story modernized so as to be in keeping
with modern knowledge of the size of n
whale's throat has been placed on nale
bv the American Baptist Publication
Koeietv. It is culled "all Improved edl
tion" and contains many chunges In tett
anil style from the King James und Douny
versions. Adam and Eve appear omy
as "the man" and "the woman" in early
verses of Genesis, although they get
names later on. Jonah's whale becomes
a "great tlsh," there it a new reading of
the Lord's IVayer and there are radical
changes in the wording of the Second
A large part of the new Bible was pub
lished many years ago when the Bible
I'nion began the work, but many of the
books of the Old Testament appear now
for the lirt time. In the New Testament
where the Bible Union version replaced
"baptize" by "Immerse" the newer edition
keeps the "baptize," but pluces "immerse"
beside it in brackets.
Some of those who mode the new trans
lation are Prof, llurnard C. Taylor of
Crowr Theological Seminary. Prof. ,1. I!.
Sampey of the Southern Haptist Theo
logical Seminary, President llarpet of
Chicago University mid Prof. Ira M
Price. Although translation was finished
in llilu the version has just been placed
I)r C Kingsley Rowland, secretary
of the American Baptist Publication
Society, is of the opinion that the simpler
language ued in tho "improved version"
will tend to change the diction of pulpit
prayer, which he described as "sixteenth
century " He said:
"The scholars who have perfected
the translation for the Raptist Bible liave
aimed, so far as it was consistent with
strict interpretation of the thought, to
eliminate obsolete Elizabethan words
and replace them with those in general
To this end "loypth" is replaced by
"love" and "leadeth" by "lead" and in
the Second Commandment "graven image"
Ix-comeK a "carved image
fonah's whale was chan ced to a hie
tlsh. it was said, necaue so manv had I Motion at lifty milps.
found the whale Mory n stumbling" block t .V.'L'l .n .?,Tnnolbd rb.vl l
in ti.. f K,if i.. it,- urMmiNiJ10' to t he approach of Schultz. z car
T''" ? I
ine propnet .
inter learning ttiat a wnale. ;
known to the moderns would h.
I . r i. i 1 1 it. . i .... .
nf Vlnve b " ' "c''r"t"'" I
While Adam and Eve are replaced
on their first ant:
xjaratice by "the man" i
and "the woman as a direct translation
of the Hebrew names, the Garden of
Eden is left in and presently Adam and
Eve appear under those names.
The new version of the Ixjrd's Prarer
is as folio s:
Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed
thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy
will he done. n ill heavi-n, so on earth
Ciive tis tin day our daily bread Anil
forgive us our debt as we also have for
given our debtors And bring us not
into temptation, but deliver in from the j
The use of "immerse" to conform to
Raptist teachings is illustrated in Mat
thew, third chapter, thirteenth verse
"Then comes Jesus from (lalilee to the
Jordan to John to be baptized (immersed!
In the commandment the chunged
reading visits the iniquity of U10 fathers '
not upon the children as in the older ver- I
sion. but only on sons The many chunges '
in mis commanumeui niaKe it rend u
follows in the Haptist Hible'
Thou shalt not make to thee n carved
Image or any likeness of what Is In tin
heavens above, or of what is in the earth
Ix'tieath, or of what Is in the waters beneath
the earth, thou shall not bow thyself
down In them nor serve them, for I, Jehovah. I
thy Hod, am a jealous Hod, visiting the
iniquity of fathers uiwn son?, upon tie
third generation of them that hate me,
and showing mercy to the thousandth
generation of them that love me und keep
my coimnaiiduien ts,
Dr. Rowland says that tho reading
"showing mercy to the thousandth gen
eration" was held to be more forceful and
comprehensive than the King James ver
sion, which reads: "showing mercy unto
The replacing of "hell" by the verv
modern "underworld" appears in the
sixteenth chapter of Luke in this verse;
And I Lso say to thee that thou art Peter
and on this rock I will build my church ;
und the gates of the underworld shall not
prevull against It
Part of Ezekiel and all of the Psalms
appear in verse form in the new version.
The general difference in style between
the Baptist Blblo and the older versions
is suggested by the opening verses of
In the beginning God created the heavens
and the earth. Now the earth was waste
and empty: and darkness was over the face
of the abyss, and the spirit of God was
brooding over the face of the waters.
While the Bible Union version, on which
the new version is founded and which
appeared in 185, never came into very
general use even in the Baptist Church,
it is believed that the complete Haptist.
Bible will do so, Already there has
been a lively demand for tho improved
edition, and it was said yesterday that
this did not. by any means come entirely
from persons curious about the changes.
SKATES TO DEATH UNDER AUTO.
I'lre-Vear-OId K.lnle Keller Killed
In 133d street.
As five-year-old Elsie Keller of 126
East 122d street was roller skating along
Park avenue near 123d street early last
evening an auto truck, owned by James
Butler of 300 Washington street and driven
by John Elliot of 301 Amsterdam avenue,
ran her down and instantly killed her.
The girl had been trailing behind another
truck and skated toward the east curb
in front of tho heavy machine.
Coroner Hellenstein told the parents
they could Hwoar out a warrant if tliey felt
that the truck driver had been negligent.
AUTO TRUCK KILLS BOY.
Driver Didn't Nee Voniiarstrr fio Ca
rter the Wheel,
John Carr, 7 years old, of 299 Eirst
avenue, was run over and instantly killed
yesterday atternoon by an automobile
truck belonging to tho V, Loewer's Drew
Ing Company m Forty-second street
between tenth and Eleventh avenues,
'the driver of the iruck. Andrew lleatr,
didn't know that he had struck the boy
until he heard the scre&ins of bystanders,
Ho wm not plaoed under arrest.
Tiffany & Co.
Lam p s
S i lv e r
Fifth Avenue &37Strcet
CHAUFFEUR HELP- FOR TRIAL.
Into nnlher Mnehlne at a
l lftj Mile llli.
The fact that he had been hurled twenty
feet from his speeding automobile in a
collision in Central Park Monday night
seemed to have had little effect on David
Schultz, Is years old, a chauffeur, who
appeared in the West Side court yester
day morning to answer a charge of oper
ating nn automobile while intoxicated.
Magistrate Murphv held him in J500
bail for triul
The collision occurred about 9 P. M.
on the West Drive near luflth street a few
feet from the spot where Policeman
Peter Kitzsiminons was killed by an auto
mobile less tliHii two weeks aeo. Schultz..
who lives at 362 East Forty-fifth street,
rying out a car for a prospective
purchaser named Hulze He was aoinir
! south alone at a Kneed estimated bv Po-
llceman Philin Austin of the Arsenal
when another machine containing three 1
m"n Pao! him from the opposite direc- j
,ion 'r,,n ,wo cftrH "' head on and in an i
uu,,i,, i...,ij i. ,i s.
instant Shultz. hurtled through the air
, " " "L
IV'":,"" i"T...T7"i-.- ."S ''..
mi iiitci 1 1 ,ji miHiiiu rwnon til i , n 11 ,.ii
Lighty-llrst street. None of its occu
pains was hurt. Both cars were wrecked.
Magistrate .Murphy severlv lectured
the chauffeur before holding him for trial.
NEW ELECTRIC CO. SES
EDISON HAND IN SUIT
Court Aslit'd to Prevent Loin?
Acre Plnn for Ke
oi'jriuiiziitioii. A suit which is alleged to be in the
interest of the New York Edison Company
as a further means of preventing the
Ixmg Acre Electric Light and Power
Company, from reorganizing under the
mime of the Intercity Power Company
and obtaining sufficient means to begin
doing business was brought in the Su
preme Court yesterday in the name of
Frank A. Mclntyre. The defendants are
A. S. I'ach A Co. and Harvey Fisk A Sons,
who are financing the new low; Acre
company und the Manhattan Transit
Company, which owns the majority stock
in the Iong Acre company
A summons in the case was served on
A. II. Leach A Co. yesterday afternoon,
but us the complaint did not uccomumy
the aper and Mr t.'ach didn't know
what it was about he sent it to his attor
neys, Simpson, Thacher A ltartlett.
The attorney who brought the suit
said last night he wasn't ready to discuss
it yet. Ho didn't know whether all the
defendants in the case know what it is
for or not, he said.
John C Sheehan. who has been tho
controlling factor in the Long Acre com
pany ror years, said at nts home in .nw
Hochelle that he had a good idea as to
what the suit was for, although he had
never heard of Frank A. Mclntyre.
"Kver since we made our plans for
reorganization emissaries from tho Edi
son company have been coming to us
trying to buy our controlling interest
in tho Long Acre company. We won't
sell, because it is more profitable to go
into the business of selling electricity.
When we made a definite refusal to sell
the person who tried to buy tald he would
prevent the success of our plan by be
ginning n stockholder's action to prevent
us from selling the majority stock, which
would lose us the 'inancial aid of the
Kiske and Leach companies.
"Stock in the Manhattan Transit Com
pany can be bought for a couple of dol
lars a share, and 1 suppose some one has
got a few shares for the purpose of bring
nc suit. The idea of the Killson company
seems to bo to crush us between the suit
to foreclose the Long Acre bonds, wiiich
has already been brought, ami this new
uction by n stockholder of the Manhattan
Transit Company. The persons behind
these suits should renllo that there is a
law in this State coeerlng conspiracy to
Mti"e competition and restrain trade and
I hat it is a serious offeoMt
"These suits win Mt afreet us in the
least. We will pay olT the Long Acre
bonds and wo will get our promised flnan
tiinl aid. for A. U. Loach Co. and Harvey
Fisk and Sons will not bo frightened by
the suit brought to-day."
BIG STORES WANT "L" STATION.
Lord Taylor und John Claflln File
Lord Taylor and John Claflin havo
petitioned the Public Hervico Commis
sion to establish a station on the Sixth
avenue elevated line at 'thirty-eighth
The commission bus made this peti
tion tho subject of a complaint order,
which was adopted yesterday for service
on the Interborough, Tho company has
ten days in wnion to itinicatn w not nor u
will build such a station.
The i hut station would bo a crosslown
block away from the new storo which
Lord ft tayior aro preparing to uuim uu
MAN HELD AS SLAYER
New .Jersey SherifX nt Order of
Iniffaln I'oliee. Arrest
.1. V. Hit-key.
TAKING (TRE FOR LIQI'OR
Suspect's Handwriting: LikcThut
tin Postnl Cards. Detec
To.vis RtvKR, N. J., Nov. 19. Locked in
a cell In the Ocean county Jail herp Is a
man who tlsp police of Buffalo, N. Y bc-
nx " wl" 11
"f Joseph .1
boy whose dl
rn out to be the murderer
losephj, the seven-year-old
dismembered body was found
In A sewer vault at Lackawanna last
The man. who gives the name of J.
Frank Mickey, was arrested this morn
ing by Sheriff Frank Tllton of Ocean
j county at Keswick, near Whiting, X. J..
where a sanitarium for victims or the
liquor habit Is located. A telegram
from the chief of police of Buffalo to
j Sheriff Tllton on Monday gave n de
scription of the man.
Although Hlckey asserts his Innocence
of the crime and says be does not even
know the Josephs hoy. lie admits that
be once worked In Lackawanna near
l the Josephs home and that he was later
i employed In Ruffnlo. He took bis arrest
, coolly and nt first was Inclined to waive
Later, however, he decided to Ugh,
and engaged former Assistant Prosecu
tor Jeffrey of Ocean county to represent
A representative of the chief of ihiIIcc
from Huffalo to-'nlght. Is confident that
the arrest at Toms River will solve thei
Josephs and JCruck murders.
When Hlckey was arrested he wjs
working with a gang of men from the
s.inltnrlum, building a bridge. He was
dressed then In overalls, hut when
Sheriff Tllton KkiI; him Into custody he '
was allowed to change to a neat, nearly
new suit or iiiai'K, vvnicii guve nun uiei
aimeaiance of t.rosoerltv '
lie' "l. 47 vears ohl he -ays and Im
He Is 4 ears old. he sas
a son of the same name as hln -elf In .
Hoston, though he would not give the I
address; the son is 21 years
Hlckev has also talked slightly about 1
bis wife, who has been dead for some I
time, he told the Sheriff. He Is of fair!
complexion, has a blond, stubby mil''
tache and wears glasses. His height Is
." feet B Inches, according to the Jail
records, und he weighs nbout HO
At first Hlckey talked freely nbout
himself, but after he engaged n lawyer
his loquacity disappeared. It was
learned, however, that this was not his
first visit to the Keswick sanitarium.
He was thele from December to April In
1S11 to be treated for his falling, hard
drinking, and had been a patient once
before that, though the records of tho
Institution failed to disclose Just when.
The sanitarium Is run by Mrs. Dora
Flaws and Is supported by u number of
wealthy Phlladelphlans. John Wann
maker Is head of the board of directors
and has contributed largely. It Is said.
Hlckey had only a little money and
was taken In on charity.
Hlckey says ho was in Boston on Hunday
night a week ago and that he came to
New York the following 'Uy. registering
at Smith t McNeil's Hotel in Oteen-
wich street, He stayed there, he says, for
one night and then went to Keswick.
He had been promisee! a job in New York
this week, but had been drinking hard
and thought the sanitarium treatment
would put him in shape for work.
He arrived there on Tuesday and wiu
token in. A week of manual labor hud I
nut him in good physical condition and
lie was entirely tatlonal and able when
he was arrested. He talks like an edu
cated man and has apparently travelled
a good deal, as he mentioned working in
various arts of the United States.
After he was nut in a cell- Hlckev was
questioned about the murder of the Jo-1
sepns Doy, nut ne steaaiasiiy main
tained his Innocence. He told Sheriff
Tllton he had read about the case but
was not concerned in It in any way anu
was not acquainted with the principals
Ho professed entire ignorance of several
letters which had been sent to Chief
Hegan of Buffalo and which ultimately
led to his arrest on the charge.
Matoreyrltat Kouml Uneonselnas.
II ackknnack. Nov 10. -Albert Kreuder
of 54.1 West Forty-ninth street. New York,
Is in llie Lnglenooil llospilul with n frae
Hired skull. He mhs found iineoiisclnns on
Libert rond in ICiiglewood, and u passing
uiitonmblle oltked h ill un. Ills motor.
ercl wm fvuavd Marty.
111 litllilllll I r.yc lini lint- lu-mu, . 1 1 , . . - ,,11 1 ,, 'IriCKUl
morning with photographs of the man hill llllMIISllC I 111 HCie 11.111 .ll-i -,-,,. ww , ,irPil(lfi a thought for
who has been the object of a country- iHpiicp Ollicklv Pleiluvs I V. It. Ilawird of Syiucuse. Hesub-iUd
wide search for the last three days. ,! I U'Vrl .'. flt' !'m'e'i
Chief Itegan. according to despatches , MoilOV. T , '., ll w M. '! i f?T 1
A remarkable sale of
Motor Fur Coats
at wonderful reductions today
I Most of the garments in this sale have outstayed their
welcome; which accounts for the remarkable liberality
of thc reductions. They have been in thc department
longer-than they ought, and, of course, you could not
accuse them of having come over from Paris on thc
last boat. But they arc those conservative motor gar
ments which arc always in good style.
I Perhaps we should add that here and there a size is
missing in the assortments. Do not imagine, however,
that these missing sizes arc of great account so far as
you are concerned, because it is practically certain that
we can fit you at one price or another. That being thc
case, you do not want to miss an opportunity which has
not been equaled in a long time. It is a big event for
thc Woman who motors. Entire Sixth Floor
36 Women's Fur-Lined Coats i djoe
were $59 to $125 reduced to PJJ
Full-lined auto and tourist coats, in loose and scmi-fitling
models. Lined with muskrat, squirrel, Hamster, ncarscal and
raccoon, thc shell being made of various stylish motor cloths,
in brown, gray, black, red or tan. Finished with collars of
raccoon, lynx, badger, seal rat and plush. Full length models.
19 Women's Motor Pony Coats fioc
were $42.50 to $115 reduced to PJ
Beautiful pony coats, in black and natural, in models 48 to
54 inches long. These garments arc finished with long shawl
collars of Tasmanian dog, muskrat or pony skin.
16 Women's Manchurian Dog Coats . do i en
were up to $50 reduced to P" W
Black Manchurian dogskin coats, thc body wool lined, and 'the
yoke and sleeves of Venetian. Full length models. A wonder
fully warm and serviceable garment for motor use.
Loans from $1 to 81000 upon pledge
of personal property.
One per cent. vl''c) Pcr month or
rinn.hslf rvr rent. (Uywl c larccd
iiron loans repaid within two wicks
trom date of nwkmc
GET $5,000 FOR
AT WELCOME TO MRS.CAnjIIS'S
A few friends of Mrs. Carrie Chapmun
Cm. the suffragists, say two or three
thousand of them, gave her a "glad you're
homo party" last, night at Carnegie Hall,
nt which various gorgeous boutpiets,
verbal and otherwise, were presented to
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w . , " J" ' ""-
nling the globe to carry thegospelof votes
for wom,. to the first familiesof Durmati.
Sumatra and the
1 l" "f , "' ... II f icpii in l ed to
wild men or Hnrneo lllPml,e1 "
charms of Mrs. lull, as one could
'luito understand when she apKnred on
r S3.50 S4 SHOES
Look in W.L.DouclnH storo
latest f usli Ions:
itlve styles, which
IDouelas shoes m
styles and shanoK-
wallCH nf llfn. If vnii
Doinrlns lnrtro factories nt Itroi'kton.Mnss..
'and ttee for yourself how carefully W.Li.
DoutrlaH shoes are made, von would then nn-
! derHtand why they are
jook nctter, Hold
longer man any other
THE BEST 09.00 AMD MS. BO
BOYS' MHOta III THC WO 1(15
. wnw IWI
. TAKE NO
t VT.t.PonnUi ahnci an
wim igrmtiBf, vT.iuouioaa, wrocaioa,
: W.L.D0UGLAS STORES i
S Naiaau Street.
7M llrowlwajr, earner Sth Street.
DBS Hroariway, ror. 14th Nt. (l)nlon Rq.)
IS411 Rrnattway, rnnier HOth Ntiret.
140K HmmtwaT iTImea Snnarel,
UH4 Tlilnl Avrnna.
I4A3 Thlnl ATrniie.
a-403 Third Avenue, corner 130th Street,
3770 'llilril Ave., Let. Wflth I47lh St.
at. Klghth Avenue.
0:i Klglith ATeniie.
3M W t 138th NlraaU
at 34th St.
Fourth Avenue cor. Jatli Street,
lildridpe Street, cor. Rivington Street.
Seventh Ave. bet. 48th 6V 40:h Streets.
Lexington Avenue cor. U'4th Street.
Grand Street cor. Clinton Street.
Courtlandt Avenue cor. 1-tSth Street.
I Graham Avenue cor. Debevoise St.
' f'ltkm Avenue cor. Hockaway A-e.
the platform last evening.
The pl itform was crowded with leadlm
suflragists in their best bibs and tuokcrs.
.Miss jiary uarrett liny, chairman of tho
said it is worry, not work, that kills suf
fragists ami that the worry comes form
i cook suliscrilx-d 1 1(0 a year for three year,r
Winers wim mi'suniH'U lol eaeiwvvttle
Mrs. Edward I .auterbach. Mrs. .NWpoId
Morris, Mtsn Eloienco (luenir.py, r
Jcsepb 1VI-5 of Philadelphia, Mss. Majt
Eels, Mrs. William Tod Hehniitli, JuniM
liecs Lnidlaw, Mrs. lj-.idl.iw, Miss Itutfi
Lilt, Frederick Nathan. Mrs. Xatlum,
Miss Jesi A.hhy, Mi. William J. Too-
mey, Mi Sulfr.-n. Mr-. Charles Tirf.ui -,
Ails. Wilcox and tleorrji Foster Peahod"
)r .Anna Howard Shaw, Mis liiirrit I
! May Mills. Mrs. Wm I ilTuny. tieorg.
I Foster 1'eabody (who had the gre.iUt
reception of too evening next To .t,.M
ru Mr"- "'"' htanton lllatcii.
a(s F.lsie Mclfenzie, Mrs. li. .lemi i . -
?, nd Mts. Ju.r.es Lees Laidlavv w. ,
. , ... ...
MAKER Or MKN'8 i
IN THI WORLD I
insneut thn vcrv"
al.so tho conservn-
have inntlo W. L.
household word I
in all leathers, all
to suit men in all
rnnlil visit, V. Ij.
warranted to lit better, I
their shnpo anu wear
make tor tue price.
that W. I.. ! an
(umawil on the battom.
pot fnr Mir In roar Tlrlnlty.
431 Fulton Strat, rornar Pearl street;
70g.7in llmad way, corner Thornton tit.
1317 liruadwar, cornsrOatai Avenue.
478 Kllth ATVnur, corner tlth htraet.
1770 I'ltkln Amine.
.IRnsRY CITV-34 Newark Avenaw,
NKWAKK-S3I Broad Street.
PATKIIHON 103 Market St., cor. Clark
TBCNTON-101 K. bUU M..Mr. Brcsj