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Ml 4 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
! FIRFSSFTRYAlifl" I " ,7;,mYAI M-ISSED im IuFMANnS ARF mm : ' Hi
. lanfiKS witnfss SAYS- ;;::;::.;::;";r:;; j ry raiir(ia) frfmfn
I' 4' t"' WlaWWI IVy I I I I Ul 1 f
Mot li ml
' " 111 m .
Kxpliiincil in Hip Triii I of
AllSOX AS A
l'nrr tf Scheme. It Is Sniil. WiisLi,,a,,mi (,. iir ami i ,1,0 Kmith
( Get Rewards From In
' Justice (iolT nnd a jury in the Criminal
Prnnch of the Supreme Court yesterday
heard how a tire nuiv be iet by utilili,-
Inn an alarm clo k toVpill chemical and i
start a blaze The evidence was brought
out in the trial of Kruno Itotlienborg, a
real estate operator, who is charged with
setting fire to the plan, of the New Vork
Iramo nnd Picture lompany at 1 U
i'lllton etroet, in .lull', llltt
Tlie witnos was Kufu H Pitcher, now
en inspector for the lire patrol and for-
mcrly with the Pmkerton.x llix testimony
. . I
dealt with cou I'r-ntiotin between hlm
nclf nnd Itolhenberi; anil with Samuel
ICollIer, II friend or liothelibert;. Accord
iliK to Pitchi-r. liothenberr told in detail
just how he had started the tire
The method which Pitcher testified
Rothonbern outlined to him. w.i to plate
inflamtiiHble objects about the rooiiH and
connect them with fti'-es 'I lie businexn
immN of these lii'cs centred about threo
ol.irm dorks, which were arranged to
rim; at l he same tune On the alarm wind
koy of each was plareda small receptacle
containing n clii-miciil. wliile the clock
rested on a plate of glass
' This rIus plate was covered with
' another chemical and in it rested the
fuse., the witness related ' When the
time came for the alarms to sound the
receptacles il, iced on the kevs would
npill their contents upon the other chemi
cals, nnd the result would be a lire which
was spread by t he fuses.
Pitcher bcir.in his testimonv by snvinR
that Samuel Kohh r told him that liosen
bor set the lire nt tlie New York Krame
niid Picture Conipanv's place and that
he was in bu'm"M as ,i professional "lire
btif-." It was mriiTiced that he and
t,!.. I 1 1 .! l. . , I I . . ...
i);ni,in li...,. i. i..i.. in urn
. ,1'itchor told Jtoihenberi-. he testified.
Unit lio repiesented liiinr-eif as eini?
connoclcd wlili wime iiisuratice compa
illw and tli,!' he could secure a' least
fH.oiio from llie companies, Mispicioux
already, if lie uu'.l chow them how the
ilace luiil been set ai're 'Ibis neitiey
would divute w.lh Koihenbern
.Some days later Pitcher, liotli-tihcri;
and Kohler lnei. in a restaunuil. 1'iti her
went on, and Kothenberi; told tin- -torv
Of the cliemlcds and the alarm elm i.s
liothenVierij said, according to Pin er.
tliat he lind ni-'reed with Isfilor l!orow:v..
brother of Charles Horowitz, the resi
dent of the company, to set the i.r lor
All this conversation was tasen down
by Kohler. Pitcher le-tilied, and Aitnrnev
Osborne oflered It ill evidence for the
Stto. It was admilteil after Pitcher
had told the court that ho saw it written
down and hcatd Kohier read it to Itotheu-
Kohler told Pitcher, the latter testified.
tnnt KoUienPeri; Had set two places
nblaze for Horowitz before the 1-ulton
Kreet store took lire.
On cicss-eMiniination Attorney Clark ,,
I.. .Ionian, representing Hothetiberg. I
asked Pitcher if lie hail heard Itol'ienlierg i
protest that I Jm ullcued interview taken
down bv Kohler wus "rairo bluckinail "
J'itcher ret.lled that nothing of that sort
had been said,
'llio case rocs on to-day.
CAUSES OF THE TYPHOON.
li. 1 1 a r it Kiiilnliin 'I'll rin
.Norlli Pnclflu Chart.
Willis 1". llurd, writing for the charts ,
of tho Nort.i Pacific Ocean, issued yes- i
terdny by tlm Department of Agrlcul
turei for January, IMS, rays in
to the recent typhoon in the 1'hlllp
pines: "All thu-o tropical cyclones have!
their, inception over or kllghtly to the,
eastward of the Asiatic cuntlnent." ;
"TUe land Hlorms," he continue, "are ;
mo8t peculiarly a product of the. colder)
months nnd nre then most vigorous,
when the Inequalities or pressure lie
tween tho grent .Siberian high and thej terb- utory decree of divorce In favor
Aleutian low produce the steepos: ,)f n,i(. m. Tewkslmry of New Turk
gradient. During midwinter the hiKh cjtv fri ,ls wife. (Jertrude :. Tewks
is often divided Into two poweiful cen-,miry, and denied the reouest that all
tres, one over Lake Baikal and the other paper,. i. fene(l and filed In that
over Mongolia. Depressions sometimes I manner. The Tewlssburys were married
form to the westward of the Baikal' m 134.
ercst and unable to cross the. dense air The principal t.atlmony for Mr.
massia In front of them nre forced to : Tewkslmry was Riven bv his sister.
mov around them cither northeast- Mr jaU(, nIIK5,.le nf 4SC Kast 3Sth
wartj-jmo tho Arctic Ocean or across , Kln.oti Npw York wn .j that
northern r-'lberla. or east-Koutheast f,1)p W.IM on ., KiMl , liro,U,ri.s ,.
across China and thence Into tho Japan. ,,. ,..,. ,n Manchester. Vt.. In the
"Other storms originate over China,
una piui tuners, nn iiuccriam icv., are
supposed to cross tho continent from
Rusvliu After entering the ocean the
storms often die out over Japan, or
obeying the ccneral tendency of cy
clones to move 'Nji ward a permanent
area of depression, as soon an they are
freed from the opposing Influence of tho
hlgh"pressure nrea they curve north
eastward or sniithenf.tward, as the case
jnay'be. toward the Aleutian low."
Bometlmcti, ho wiys, these storms of
continental sources Join with the trop
ical storms of the Philippines.
"The word typhoon." he continues, "In
considered to he of Chinese origin nnd
means cither n strong, variable wind
or the 'mother gale.' with offspring
winds coming from all points of the
compass. Some philologists say that
It Is derived from ono or the other of
two Greek words, one meaning a violent
whirlwind nnd the other to burn; from
h Intlnn nerliunM Vire:nisA lh ,lr
wlrnli of a typhoon are often withering
and blasting In character. !
"In the Philippines the native name, I
bagulo, Is often used. Occasionally de. !
nreslnn lln te the nnitlie-is) vvnril nr,""" eeeupieu yripra)r ll l
prewuons lln to the not th"asuvard or; thrp1 Hory ,,, nnfl nrlck hxlUilnf at
northwestward of the Philippines: for
days nt a llmo nnd acquire consliler
nblo development in the China Sea,
causing rough weather nnd southerly
nquajla over the lower Islands of the
urchlpelago. The conditions nre of a
pronounced type and constitute, what Is
termed by the natives a colla."
DIES ON TRANSATLANTIC TRIP.
JlfW York AViimnn's II nil y llri.iiuht to
Port li.v the t'liicliiiuill.
The llamburg-Atncrlcan liner Cincin
nati, which arrived yesterday from
Genoa, is the llrat steamship Hint Iras
reached port recently which hasn't re
ported heavy weather. The Cincinnati
lind fair weather until four days ago,
and then It wasn't very stormy.
Last Wednesday Mrs. Robert N. Ken
yon, ,63 years old, a saloon passenger,
died of heart disease. Mrs. Kenyon
Uvea at 19 West Klghty-second Htreet.
Her body was brought to port.
.iinrc llluui-r Mimiicr In Alrnnut
Maniieil With Vnrna.
t'flli.At)i l.i'iil . lire :i Tim four must!
rli)i"r ship William P. I'rye, tho l.-irttfut.
Miiim rigger afloat, arrived in thin port
"'"J "fi'T n voyage f inn days from
Honolulu, in which she wan bulTelod Ity
gales and several times escaped erll
on tln rooks 'I'hi' l-'ryo had not sighted
l l.i i it I hinci' last Juno, until ono day a week
ago Slii was lepe.ilodly blown out of
fo"i'" mid had not been reported
for more tli. in two months.
til.... rw.t.lill.- u-iMl' tllfjlllntt I . f 1-1 1 it II
Atlantic, she nearly ended in grief on
Thanksgiving day olT the Delaware capos ,
where she wns to-wed nbotit by a wind
that rocked her lllte a cradle and threat
ened 10 rip out her steel masls completely.
The strangest adventure of the voyage
happened then, for Will the abatement
of tlie wind, which died Mlddenly with
an' ovorcist sky, tliere wan a downpour
of iislm whMi covered the deck so deep
lhl it took the crew nearly twenty hours
l., hotter fr, ,, voic.inic eruption
wn n. where, ami while li" hm lieaid of
siiml'ir plieiKitn-na before, hu never had
.Mierieni - ed Mich n tiling
11 Ml i. iiltttt I tit if tllui llssftl lillWi line-
haschiUl, a ilai se.ini.iu. was blown from
a yard arm ISO feet in air. They llMied
Iiiiu out of a hotline, sea five inimiles
later at tin- end of a life line, with two
nine-foot sharks still in pursuit of him
(Su jo ran away to sea when he shipped on
tile Prye, but aKseveratcs that he nwVer
will leave his Honolulu home aaln if
he nu only Ret back there.
l'"l'"IUIIV HI"" 1HM III "IJ
i STEALS A IE, BUI NOT
A $3,500 LOAD OF SILK
Slci'inr Hoy in n PrivorU'.vs
Itrooklyn lfiir Puzzles
driverless horso drnRRiiiR n delivery
wiRoii walked up Waverly pl.iuo last
niRht and stops-il in fiont of Police
man Kelly of the Mercer strivt police
st itioti Kelly kiw there were fifteen
rolls of what looked to him liko valuablo
silk in the w-iroii. and diove to the sta-
When policemen lieR in to take out the
silk nentled ctanfortably between two
rolls they came upon si-yeir-old (leoiRe
Iluckley ol iiu Poilltli place. Brooklyn-
sleepiiiR i deep sleep They asked the
Imv how h- h .ippened f be !ji the wagon
on'W.ivcrlv pi nt) when he lived in llrook-
l n'- lie didn't know. "Wash very sleepv."
lie said, -wanner Re home " All tint
thev' coiild get out of Oeoige wis t hm I
some bovs came along in the wagon
and isked him to take a ride
Mercer street then told the Hutler street
police st.in.ui ill Hrooklvn about (icorge,
and Butler street Miid tl.e bovs' imrents
hud been to the station hoiise'evetv hour
nine tt .. cl.,ck vestenl.iv mot mug iiskmg
So (ieorge walked out of tho store
with his hand held .r tightly by his
lather, but there wits still the horse and
v.agou to bo gin lid of Jlist then the
telephone in the station Iiiiu-i; rang and
the Macdougal street Hilice said that
Daniel Mahoney of T7ln Seventh Mr'-et,
IJrooklyn. had reHrtisl the loss of his
horse and wagon nnd fifteen rolls of silk
valued at JJ"ioii. The rig dis.-ippiared
while he was at lunch at King una M.ic
dougal h'l eets
Detectives Sussillo ami Ktwler wero
t 11 by a small Isiy that ho had scon
twelve-year-old August liemur of King
street ride.olT iti the wagon.
The detectives waited until dinner time
in front of August's house mid us he camo
in they nabled him. They sav that h
admits that ho went off with Malioney's
wagon, but that h only did it for fun.
Ho was just about to firing it back. h
1 said, when ut Baxter street and tho How
l ety some bigger Imys came along, stopped
ttio horse, Kiclietl til III oil the seHt and
Just how the somnolent
from fiO l'ourtli pIhoo. Hrooklvn. into that
wagon is at present an unsolved problem.
MRS. TEWKSBURY DIVORCED.
Mslrr nt II nnlmilll f.llen 'IVfttlmotiy
I'linl llrlp Mini (iei llrcrre.
W'iiiie Plains, Dec. 3. Supreme
Court Justice Keogh to-ilay filed an In-
summer of 100" Mi .sum Sheriff, a mer
chant of that town, visited the house
had left nnd that frequently
T wksbury met him at night.
BAR ASSOCIATION'S EFFORT.
I Trjliilt In Secure .Indlclnl nnd
I, reel nefnrm, 11 y.
The tlilrtv-firth annual report of the
American Ha r Asxirlatlon show that the
association Uiit :i,5M active members and
one lionornrv member, James Bryce, the
The leriort also shows that there are
foity-slx SUta bar associations in the
fulled States and one each la the District
1 of ( oluinhla
Hawaii, I'orto uico nnu ine
1 "(.""'soeintioi, nnnoumes that it is
m.iUim; sre.it efforts to secure reforms in
the law and legal procedure " Frank II
1 Frederick 'Wadliams ot Albany Is treus-
Th flrn of thu city's fnrty-fHe nf
rifll'lh mrrs-t unit I.eTlnilon afnu, nrt
llnnk anil I.hiMit Cnmimny Nn 5, a new
loniiintiy. I In'Mlleil there Ilattallon Chlff
IiutTy hm nuirlrrn there, Ion.
Morrh clrfrnherK of 3111 make, avenue,
arid hla eon Dsvtil (ins-nbf rir, yeiterday
pleaded inllty before County Jud Faw
cett hi llrooklyn. 10 arson In the rond
snd third derr respectively and neie re
aunded for eentence
The fllApienrnre of Willtum Henry ll
orth, "r. yearn nhl, of 375 Fifth Hreet,
llronkltn. Il4 heeii rnportrd to tho pollre
liy Mm llnnnrth, nho fear her hunhirid
lu. HuDerid an srclilent or lost of memory.
Joseph Fletcher, t years, fhot and killed
liliiiKlf In hli hnma at 126 H.nt Fitly,
third street, For twenty years ho had kept
u llonery ref tunrant.
The body of an unknown b.xhy waa found
ded from eiponur In a hallway at 405
Fait Seventeenth mreet. It wan unclothed
and about mii hour old,
Two.ye.ir-old Francln flchaifer, whnno
father haa a candy atore at 167 ltch'lhbln
ntreet. WllltRmiburi, waa mortally aialded
yesterday when he fell head ftrat Into a pan
of tiolllnr ayrup,
Withdraw Original flcqurst for
Time and n lliilf For
IIKLPKHS' CTAIJSK rilANGKl)
Hold irnrmonioiis Conference
With Committee Itepre
spntinfr T2 Hoiuls.
Wlien the conference committee of the
Kastern railroads met President W. S,
Carter of the brotherhood of Locomotive
riremen and KtiRiiipineti and the adjust
ment committee represeiithiR the firemen
nt the KtiRlneeriiiR Societies liuildtiiR
yesterday the firemen's committee had
copies of a modification of some of their
demands. Tlnwo modifications related to
overtime and the demand for two fire
men on each coal bttrnltiR locomotive In
freight HrvicH. Tim original demands
called for time anil a half for overtime.
The overtime ilcm.liid is modified to
Ntr.iiRht time for overtime nnd now rends:
Overtime will be paid pro rntn in all
' classes of service except passenger service
(but Including suburbnn service) on n
I basis of one mile for each six minutes.
1 Kxcept us otherwise specified, the basis
I from which overtime in all classes of
service will be computed w ill be tell hours
or ion miles. Miles nnd hours will not be
' ... ., .. i. ...it i
counted togetner. oiu wnere nines e.ceeu
hours miles will be allowed and where
hours exceed miles hours will be allowed "
The demand for two firemen on each
coal burning locomotive in freight service
is chanced to a demand for two firemen
only in the enso of engines weighing
170.UH pounds or more on drivers when
used in freight service nnd on nil engines
weighing liu.uoo poiyids or more on
drivers when used ill freight service on
runs of inn miles or more.
There appeared to bo n desire for
peace on both sides nt the conference nnd
a conciliatory spirit was manifested.
With eight months of waiting for the
award of the arbitration committee in
tli,, en,i ,f tlte eriitineeru urtitt r.'it tun
became unpopular witn the firemen audi
it is thought they will make every possible
elTott to tench a settlement ol tneir de
mands through conferences with the
arbitrators' award in tho case of the
engineers as a basis to start from.
The new chairman of tho conference
committee of the railroads, Khshn Ico,
presided at the joint conference nnd most
of the argument x on behalf of the firemen
were ny-'" President I nrtor.
, President t nrter said that ho would
leave anything that was to bo mndo
1 1'"'""-- i ine prer-s ,res cumin. -s oi uin
: railroads Mr Ie, the new chuirmaii,
1 There In really nothing to be said now
1 except that the two committees will
' wet every forenoon until wo reach n
conclusion of f-onio kind, except in nny
.ease where points would arise neconsi-
that case we would probably suspend
the meetings until the statisticinns re
ported. Unless contingencies of that
kind arise our programme is to keep nt
it daily until wo are through. "
MRS. VANDERBILT NOT PLEASED.
Krjtrrta llrpnrt, bat Poena'! Deny
lilft of ,-iOO,000 to Die llnlrr.
Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt. who wts
eaid to have given Um.OUO to tlie Hig
Sisters, of which she Is president, ex
plained yesterday that she deplored the
publication of theso statements because
of the effect they may have on other per
sons from whom tho society hopes to
"The wry nature of the work of the
Big Sisters." said Krnet K. Coulter, at
torney for the society, "requires much
individual help both in social wrvice
and in financial support The wider the
circle ot persons wjio win take an interest
in children coming within ine scope 01
the Big Sisters the stronger the work w 11
"If charitable persons believe that a
contribution of halt u million dollars
is about to bo given to this work it will
deter them from giving anything them
selves. The annual meeting of the so
ciety was held yesterday, and nn appeal
for monev and for assistant secretaries
and investigators was adopted and will
he M-nt out ine organization is grow,
ing rapidly nnd needs a larger salary
Tlie officers are President, Mrs, William
K Vanderbilt; secretary. Mrs. Ralph
Sanger: treasurer. Mrs Willard Parker:
directors, Mrs. William K Vanderbilt,
Mrs. Stephen K. Olin, Mrs. Willard 1).
Straight, Mrs. I,ewLs s. Morris, Mrs.
Willard Parker. Mrs, K. C. Havemeyer.
Mrs. Ralph Sanger. Mrs. S. S. Saiids,
Miss Sara B. Mounce, Mrs. Ogden li.
Mills The general secretary is Mrs.
Madeline Kvans, and the office is Room
SO", Fifth Avenue Building
DISFRANCHISED FOR 5 YEARS.
I'ennlty of Allnntle Clly OfflcUl for
Trrtns to Ilrlhi Other Sentenra.
Matr Im.smiisii, N ,1 , Pen 3 -Alfred
Oillison, former building inspector of
Atlantic City, was sentenced to-doy by
Justice Kalinch in the Court of Oyer and
Terminer to disfranchisement for a period
of five years, (iillison was convicted
several months ago of attempted bribery
at tho 1010 election
Charles V Magill, a ward worker,
was sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and
costs, having pleaded Riillty of conspiracy
nnd election irregularities. The fine was
on the conspiracy charge.Jsentenco being
buspoiided in ine oiner cases.
'I'liomas Cooney, who pleaded not
guilty of illegal registration, retracted
and pleaded guilty. Because ho hiulj been
in jail for somo timo tho (court suspended
Former Freeholder Harry May. who wn
convicted with Frank Enderlln, John Uns
worth and County Knginoor Rightmire
of taking graft money in connection with
county road building contracts, was not
sentenced, tho oourt holding his case
over ending decision of tho Supremo
Court In tho appeals, of the other defend
ants, who were each sentenced to ono year
in State prison.
ARCHB0LD GETS OIL COMPANY.
With II. C. KnlKrr tin Own Moat nf
VI,nno,onn Trim Concern.
Austin, Ton., Don 3.-An amendment
to lio cliarter of the Corslcjinu Potrolonm
(,'ompany which waH (lied to"-day in tho
Screliry of Ktuto's oflico incroasing lis
cajiltal stock from :ti),(KXi to i,6on,ooo
reveals that John I), Archbnld and Jt. C.
t'olger, Jr , of 20 ilrondwity. Now Vork
city, now own a totul of J,33.r.i:i." of the
capital of tho cnniwiny.
Kmlly C. Kolger of Brooklyn ownn
Kl.ixin of tlin capital Mock of the Corsl.
cana Petroleum Company, which operates
a rellnery at Cnraicana nnd suoeeeded
to part nf the Texas biiHiness that was
owned by subsidiaries of tho Standurd
Oil Comiviny before they were ousted
from tho State by a decree of the Buprome
Court for violation of thenntl-trimt laws.
Are Now Holding
An Unusual Sale
of Fine Furs
Owing to the unseasonable weather
during November, we have decided to
offer a large assortment of fashionable
Fur Coats, Sets and Separate Pieces
affording a rare opportunity to purchase
Appropriate, Useful Gifts
At a Distinct Saving
During this Sale we will make
Great Reductions on Imported
Coats, Wraps and Mantles
in Mole, Seal, Baby Lamb, Caracul, Broadtail, Persian,
Hudson Seal and other fashionable Furs. Also
Sets, Scarfs, Stoles,
Muffs and Novelties
in Silver, Cross and Natural Blue Foxes; Russian and
Hudson Bay Sables; Chinchilla and Ermine.
At More Moderate Prices
in Sitka, Black, Pointed, Mole and Taupe Foxes; Alaska
Sable; Mole; Raccoon and other desirable Furs.
Motor Coats for Men and Women
Fur Rugs and Robes
384 Tifth Acame
Between 35th and 36th Sts. Tel. 2044 Greeley
LURE OF OLD CHELSEA LEO
FORGER TO CELL AGAIN
d'eore F.ocUwoott When Free
Can't Keep Awy From lie
ITaimt-s of His Youth.
Cn'orc'.- I.ocWocxI. a notorious fomnr
Known ;if "Jim tho IVmuun," hhnhliy
and honi'l'"", wan ht.inilitiK Ht Kijhtli
avwmi) anil Twtmty-llrst Htnx't in front
nf tho Iioiiho whom thi poliPD Kiy Iih wa
Horn wlien ut'UM'iiVH uyman 01 inn mirnn
AKoncjr tappou nun on tnn Hnoiililor yon
tontay and told him ho wan wanted nt
lUiforo MaRistrato Krolnl 111 Jott'urnon
.Market oourt I.ockwood pl'iulxl not
i;uilty to tho charjjn ir forRini; chnokH
on Rudolph Honm, a farnior IivIiir noar
Morristown, N. J Il'nin told tho pollen
tluit I.ovkwood worked with him 11s .1
farmhand lnal Hinniner, but Hiiddenly
dimippeared and that a poron:il chock
at tho hanio timo
1 lien Hv'rai chockh nrawn lor hin.iii 1
amounts and n:ned with Honiw's name 1
Ih'rmii tocomo into a .Mon i-town hank
" The hooo Kot mo," Kiid liocuwo'vi at
l'olico lieadquarteis yesterday. "I meant
to turn over a new loaf I did for a while
and wan lending a cood healthy llln.
I cut away from th old caiiK entirely,
hut after a while. I ot to drinking a.iiu 1
and Hoon I found mynelf risht luck on '
tho old joh "
I.ockwood wan held in $1,000 hall for,
Ijockwood'n record at l'olico Had -
quartern kIvoh nun tho names 01 .lonnny
Little and .lohn Schwartz, alio. Hm,
llrt conviction was in 1HU1, when ho wan
known nrt the liest drobwr and tho liet
spender in tho old rhelson section of
Now Vork city He was making money
rapidly in a .Mntu avenue sioro no owneu
nnu was looKeu upon as a ironune c
young merchant when he fell in
('hnrlev Iteckor. still known as tho "kiim
of forgers," His partnership with Itockcr
was not suspected until liundieils of
bad checks, all lor huge ainniints. were
found to have lcen drawn on tho Oar-
Hold National ILmk. I.ockwood wes
sent to Sing Hiug tor three years. Ho
was convicted later in New Jersey, and
then Joined wits with tho famous Alonzo
.1 Whitman, leador of 11 gang of forgers.
In IHttB ho went for throe years to Clinton
prison and afterward served another
three yenrHterm thoro.
It has always been his habit to make
straight for his old stamping grounds
in Hiolsoa upon being released trom
MAN OF 72 KILLED BY AUTO.
Snmilel Throckmorton It 11 11 llimn In
Front nf Home,
IjONii BBiNcii, Deo. H. Wliilo cross
ing Norwood avenuo in front of his homo
after watering his cow Kamunl Throck
morton, Tt years old, was run down lo-day
by a motor cm' driven by Anion Cross
of Asbury Park and waa injured so thut
lie died befoio reaching Die hospital. Mr.
Throckmorton was ipiitu deaf and was
watching painters at work on his roof
when tho machine hit him.
Mr. Throckmorton is survived by his
wife and three children, two sonsand 11
,vi:ir JEltSKY NOT as.
I'orili climber Hole $1 .ml werth of
,li !Mry (mm Hit lioimi er li r.1111 r Hm--lln,
3IIJ l.lnroln hvimiu1, mi.uiki en MonUi;
nlKhl. ThlrM-N itlmt xiitlit'il tltt lionin nf
M' K. McKttrlln. 170 nifiiwieiil ttvomit?.
Omnic. unit maile on wllli Jowolry Milutil
at Mvtntl hunilriil itolUra.
MOSS SAYS CITY HEARS GUNMEN.
Xo Prnprr Trnlnlns for Voanit, llr
Dr Jolin A Wyeth, president of thu
New Vork Ac.ulemy of Medicine, and
1'ranl: .Mo, Avintatit District Attorney,
were Uie principal speakers at rho annual
dinner of tho Kastern Medical Aiwocin
tim in the Hotel Ator loot night.
I)r Wyeth, who founded tho Now York
Polyclinic Hospital, wan head of the, med
ical department of the Democratio Na
tional Commilteo in the lunt campaign,
lie took that ot, he mid last night,
l)ecaue Ju believed that through the
election of Yoodrow Wilhon tho ciances
bo brightKt for the ewtnblih-
ment of a national board of health, with
the head of tho organization a Cabinet
member He urged tlie members of the
i-ocirty to join with him in endeavoring
to wcuro Mich a department
Mr Mow t ilked about tho prevalence,
of ci line 111 New Vork and the reasons for
it He Nild that a great, hand of gunmen
and gangslets is now In-lng reared for
luture gener.it limn to deal with, largely
beo.uiw" the city itiaken no provision for
lightly tr lining its young boys and girls
In the luiths they should tread. In con
cluding Mr Moss said:
"I would love to see a Mnvor of this
city so full of love for the small people
(hit he would gather them together In
armories nnd halls and teach thorn tho
Mory of true living Then we should
have a great aid in overcoming the evil
tendencies that are now lcjiig devel
HEARING ON FOURTH AVE. CARS.
Service I iinpccturn lienor!
OrrrlnadliiK In llnnh llnnrn.
Service on the Fourth and Mndlpon
"Venuo lino of the New ork Hallways
Company has been complained of, k
many times to the Public Service Com-
miRMi0,. tlu.t Commissioner Pnsds win
.. 1 1 11.. . "
,l " '""cr nt 1:30
Tho order is tlie result of Inspections
1 n,;l(1( 1)y tl, commission last month
, , ,ov..,yl .1..., i.n,. itl ,.
, 1 " ""owed t" ml Hotl. in tho morning
'nl nveiiiiu; rush liourn there was over-
lonilliiR in ttio cars on tills line,
In 0110 of the observations made bv tho
commission s bisectors at. Forty-fifth
street during tho morning rush hours it
was found that there was mi nvorngo
nvnrln.nl of 11 pur cent, from 7 o'clock
to S:nu. On the wimo day for tho same
hours observations at Union Hquaro
showed an average overload of 2H nor
cent (hiring tho evening rush hours ut
1'Vrty-flfth street an averago overload of
IS per 'eut. wan otjserved lietween S and
DOG POISONER IN MT, VERNON.
711 unr nlnnhle AnlniaU Ulllcri
Our .11 nn Onl (innnlnu.
Moi'.vr ViciiNii, Dec. .1. The rcslricnls
on Houth Kcvcntli avenue, Mount Ver
non, are seeking 11 dog poisoner, who
has killed over half u ihueu valuablo
unhuals during the last povcrnl daya.
T. .1. Anderson, a wealthy mining en
gineer, who has Just relumed from
Alnpkn, In out gunning for tho poisoner.
On Monday 11 vuhmhlo bull terrier owned
hy Mr. Anderson uud which had won
many prbrs nt dog sliuwa was poisoned.
To-day bis pet 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , a leader dog
which look 111 111 for years over fror.rn
tralN In Alaska, wan found In u dying
A slow poison seems to bnvo been
used an all the 'dogs.
I. Alimatt $c (Ho.
WILL HOLD THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY)
A GiDghly taportsitfiit Sale of
FURS & FUR GARMENTS
made up especially for this occasion in
the new styles and offered at
EXTRAORDINARILY LOW PRICES
18. Altntan Sc (tt.
THE BRIC-A-BRAC DEPARTMENT
has in stock, at moderate prices, an Snter
estiirag coliectnon off useful and ornamental,
articles appropriate or holiday gifts.
Included are mahogany art furniture, clocks
and clock sets photograph frames, electric
lamps, lamp and candle shades, smokers'
Also tea, coffee and liqueur sets, and an in
teresting selection of Dutch silver.
The STATIONERY DEPARTMENT is show
ing a new and very attractive assortment of
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS
Also FINE STATIONERY in fancy cabinets,
especially desirable for Christmas gifts.
A specialty is made of the engraving off cards
for visiting, weddings and all social functions.
Monograms and book plates designed to order.
jiFifllj Avntur, 34iJj attti 35tlj .Strrris, 3fnu $nrk.
OF NEW YORK
Loans from $1 to $1000 upon pledge
of personal property.
r)n tier cent,
are) Per month cr
r l,ilf rvr rpn. (1;) Ch.irced
unon loans repaid within two weeksjCrah.ini Avenue cor. Debevoise St.
from date of making. Pitkin Avenue cor. Rockaway Ave.
CALLS HARVESTER FIRM '
A "STRONG ARM" TRUST .
Oovornmont Apenl Dcpcnbos j
Coinpnii.v (is "Garden
1 for -chool committeemen. Mayor llig-
..... ., , i , iTnH iii 1hiw 1 fi'"1'' tlit Democratio incumbent
Sr '",'I i)Hf;3 -Ina"e!Iol':; ' defeat. by .lames li llav. Itepubl.oan
that hundred of implement dealers in the, n iit t-llli Patrick .1 Moore, Demo
United .States have been driven out of , crat. was elected Mayor Spnngliel'l
business, losing the accutnulation- of ousted Mayor l.olhrop. Democrat elivt-
thoir lives, the I'ederal Oovernment at
tnrneys began to-day to Introduce wit
nesses who are cognizant of the con
tracts whioi tho International Harvester
Company made with its agents. Tho
evidence is being taken before Special
K.xaminer Inylor in tlie unit of the Oov
ernment to dissolve tno company under
the Sherman anti-trust act.
Following tho taking of testimony this
afternoon Special Agent Joseph H. Dar -
ling of the Department of Justice said the
Government had heard sufficient ovidenco
to conclude that tho harvester trust was
of tno "garden variety."
"Want do you mean by garden variety?"
he was asked.
"In Washington we have different terms
which we apply to trusts. Those wnich
depend on I'iuIihI States patents come
under one cl.u-niflc.itlon. but tho trusts
which bulldoze their way and depend
nlone on strong arm methods are referred
to as Uie 'garden variety.'
"Wo nro already convinced that tho
hnrvester trust, wnich is not dependent
on patents, sold it n material by main
strength, that is, if the agent demurred
lie was driven out of business, In my
investigations 1 have found hundreds of
nllfli Itlwlli lin.u "
Edward P (Irosvenor, special assistant
to Attorney-General Wicket-sham, lo-day I
served notlco on the attorneys for the
harvester company that a speech made '
by Cy run !'. MeCoriuiek in January, 111113, 1
before a convention of implement dealers
In Kansas City must, bo produced when
the special examiner takes testimony in'
1 uicago lie, ween.
9 .BAY STATE CITIES STAY WET.
Three Vnle Hry anil Tmi re In He
Men 11I I'rtini,
Huston, Dec. 3. -Municipal elections
wero held In fourteen Massachusetts
cities to-day. Taunton wn the only one
that did nut chooso 11 Mayor. Qulncy,
W'nltham 'iind lllockton were the only
ones of the fourteen that were In the
"dry" column during tho past year
Nine of the remaining eleven cities were
content to have liquor sold under
JIA.MIAI I A.V A IIIIOI t
Fourth Avenue cor. JSth Street.
LUlridKe btreet. cor. Rivington Street.
Seventh Ave. bet. -tKtii & 49th Streets.
I.evuiirtnn Avenue cor. 1 J4th Street.
Grand Street cor. Clinton Street.
Courtlandt Aveiuiff cor. H8th Street.
license. The vote on the que.'tion In
tho remaining two bad not been an
nounced nt 11 1 M.
In l'Mtchhiiig. Haverhill. Ilolyokr,
Marlboro, Northampton, Qulncy, W.il
thain and New Hedford the prtfiit
Mayors were reelected. Mayor Mom
ton's opponent in Haverhill was .lames
R Carey, recently the SoclallM uiiJl
date for Governor. Mr. Mouuon imju
In I'nlt HIver about III.kni women voted
- . 'g uoun -. ienur-ou. uepuoucan
Ulllncv Weill "ilrv " Twn Priiiressive3
were elected to tho ('ity Council.
LOS ANGELES VOTES NO.
. Los Anoklks, Cal Dec. 3.- The pro-
j posed new city charter, establishing
1 commission form of government, was
I defeated to-day by ut least two to on'.
Tlie proposed ordinance prnhllililne
free lunches In saloons, the only othfr
question voted on which came up en
referendum proceedings, was defeated
San Pedro, tho harbor district of 1 .09
Angeles, was the centre of a hot liquor
light. The "wets" won.
uilbont the word
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