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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
''ilihil Police KinlciiMtriiiir lo
i'lvnv I'p Mxsd'i'.v of
I'l.l.AY NOT A IIACIIKI.Oli
Ainu Who f'oiiiinittcd Suicide ill
II M- Hold Wits )ltir
Kennedy & Co.
OLD ENGLISH PRINTS
Modern mrolmlj m colon by S. Allcnt
Ldwiitilj and oilier rtiU
Etchings I'V Mdiltit. Whistler, (tntmn
I Ijir. I IllO'l. etc
613 FIFTH AVENUE
i Huh nnd ,'mtli fcircil
rni,h Hfspalch li Tnr. Si '
I. six's, I -. 7. New ilfVcliipinrtitM
. iiupplim nut cM:r4 tin In l lie
v iin mi' i In- (loiith, iitiMiiniilily by
. wiiim:. m Ni-wiiu.iy in tin- t'oniwiill
, , i uf Mr. Shinny Nivvlll, vif of 11 j
i !. Slicllielcl mii.iufucHiri'r, .1 ml Hip miiI
. ic uf .limns Arthur Delay, a i'iiltli
i mor frlrml of tl.i family, wlm, tip tn
'i l(l:iy, n MllppiiKrd to hi' it b.U'll
1 mil who hy nil iiihIkiipiI cmllcll t"
. ll hcipii'iithrd $I,"iO,000 to Mm
r l.uost ili plupm'tit tulcr-i tlio fonit
, i ntTcr uf re.iril for the ri -
( .f a Knlil wrist watch whleh wat
a b Mrs. Nuwltl. The offer of a
u.irl eHpeii.ill .il.plilateH thai "In no
er milft the water, he tanipeteil with,"
, . ,1 MiKKfiitx toe hlia that lui
1 lanee l attaehei to loi-i-rtHlltlni; Ut
1 .it wlllell l sopped. The time "f
M- Now Ill's detf.1t has .in huporlant
, iik mi the dUpnsiil of the $.,0.ftt)(i
v 1 h wx left t her hy Det.iy. for if
proved that Mrs. Nowlll died hefole
decedent tlic tnotiey will revert to
Mr Nowlll. I'll- hushanil of the dead
i iin.in. who Ins all nlonir deeliir.il his
. "ntplotc belief In the Innoeeltee of his
vifes relatlorn with tvia, now eicje
fi.it under no etrcumstHnees will he ho
. ept the Ieni-y. It W presunied that
Delay's lawy;rs are anxious to prove
Hint he mttl.ved Mrs. Nowlll and that
therefore tin bequest Is null and void.
Mrs. Novlll disappeared from the
faslilonnhlo Atlantic Hotel three weeks
aoi to-dHynnd DeUty's body was found
111 hH room at the hotel the next day.
When the woman dlh!pi,nred Uclay
led the K-arohurs alons the ("ornwall
co.ift on Saturday aflernoon and at one
lltno appeared to have become demented,
lie mad.' u violent attack on u coast
Kiiard lieutenant who did not appear
o hltn lo Iihv made diifllclent effort
o dil l I he bn.lv. Mrs. Nowill's body
tun Hovered nine days nfter.stic dls-
Pe,n was. 1 sinnapore lawyer who had
massed ipiitea iare sum hv his practice
ml wlt-.se will, which was probated
esterdav. showed that he left $3.'-u, I4".
'he areat surprise came when It was
oun-l iv 11 provlsica of the will that
tJn had a wife Hvlns to whom he left !
"O.uon In trust. Her name was Mary
.islle Yi-unk. and when Delay married
er In the New York flty Hall on No
ember I. H'll. she stated that her llrit
uslmnil. 1-Mward Younc. was dead.
Irs 1). lay i now llvlnp In London In
-li Inexpensive apartment In Hrompton
.ml appears to be completely prostrated
ver tin- trade. affair. She Is an Uni
The ielilue of the estate after the
e(iicsts to Mr.-. Delay and Mrs. Nowlll
it. paid l to Ko to Delay's two sister',
1. -u.-.i and limlly. In eipial ttlinrei
Vciti.er ef these women nor any other
cii'iiiir --f the family knew that Delay
iT.l a wif-. Tn the codicil bequeathlni;
r.O.oeo to Mr-. Nowlll, which wa
wrltten at a hank In Pall Mall In Sep
ember of this ear. Delay said: "I
-ei? her to accept this sum as a sllslu
-'(en of the hiijh admiration, esteem
-nd Ktatltude for the friendship she
as shown me tlurlnc the lat eighteen
n inths "
POPE ATTACKS LIBERALS.
iiliiiiWliiii of t'lerleal I'res tt 1lol
see lleellireil luni'tlMi-lil.
tpfiiii il.tr tlrnth In Til! Si- 1
l!MK. Dei. T. Tin ( Kwti nfni r ,'()-'
mil ho prints n senil-oliiclul slnteineiil ,
from the Valium il-elailuu Unit the ,
siilniilsslon of the clerleal press lo tli
Holy See In the matter of the stlffrap'
dectee. Willi ll they have been iiltlic'klllK. ,
is llisiltllelenl and Ineomplele. The
slatement exprisses the hope that tie
clerical pi ess In the future will conform'
to Hie Will of the I'ope. ,
The statement, nllhoimh cntielllalory.
shows tile llelel llllliation of the I'ope to,
prevent the spread of the new llln nil -
('atholle m- . in. lit and the formation I
.if a Catholic I'arlliiinentary paitv. It Is
likely that the Pop, shorlh w ill ollh t- j
ally eonih inn I his niov eineiit.
CASTRO REACHES ANTWERP, i
BILL'S FATE IS SEALED
.Mciisui'c Prcspnlctl in Rrlolistny:
mill Mccls Sh'oiifr Op
position. IT .MAY I NIKI(50 CHAXOES'
, (iovcnniKMil I'iiiiIiIp to SfClll'C
j Sufficient IVIrolcnni Sup
plies, h Itclicf.
Il-Irelileiit of eiierneln llnit cii
'(nur I'rom TcnrrlfTe.
pfittl 'a'.V .c;ir. tn Tin: si
Antwki.I'. Dec. 7. Clpi lano t 'astro, the
former President .-nezueln. arrheil
here to-day on Hie (let man steamer
YVIndhtlk from Tern rlffe
s;.ri. fitHe impair' In Tin: St v.
ItKIIUN. D-'O, i. ll Is believed that
Hie lute of Hie l-nerniiient' bill es
tablishing a private monopoly In pe
troleum under (io criitiictit control was
sealed when th- me.itile wns Intro
duced In the Itelehsliii; to-day. Speak.
IllK fir the Socialists llerr Kmamiel
Wurin declared that his party would
oppose the hill unless It was changed
sn a t provide for an outright Oov
( rnmeiil nii.niip.il .
llerr Meyer, a member nf the Cnth-i-He
I'entii'. iinnoiinied th.it his party
was unalterably opp--.-cit to the bill in
lis pre-nt form, but the Centrist
Would slltfKesI ch.illKcs when the mens.
Ill-' was In the cotni-llttee stane. Itetr
MiM'i' denied that there was any con
ti'i'llon between pie opposition of the
Centrists lo Hie bill and the spilt be
tween Hun p.irn and the Clovernnient
over Hi-' .lesult ipiestlon.
llerr M-'.V( r d elared that the Cn-trl-ts
were oppo-cil to the proposition
trout the ilrst iiniiounceinent of the
project. He declared that .1 nercmlty
lo- such a measure did not exist, hut
tiie Cm ernment's proposition mlclit
create a serious daiiKer. A very Im
portant question wns whether OcrmnnV for New York to-day on the, uteatrHhlp
would be able to secure supplied with- Mauritania aftor n month's trip In Aus-
out tho Standard Oil rorpurntlon, He trla. While, thero lip lirotlRht to n climax
did not believe this could ho done. thu neRotlallons with thn Atitrlntt Oov-
llerr Wurm nlu expressed doubts of ornment whereliv the nltint of the, Vncillim
the ability of tho Government to carry I company nftor liavlnc been closed for
out Its declaration of Oermnny's Inde- Jtwo .p.lrrt )a, ,op r0pene(l, Under
pendence of the Standard (ill trust. lh0 n(Ireement the company hm tlroppp.-l
Willi the Socialists and i ciitrlsls. whoini tH claims nRalnst tho Austrian (iovern
rcpresent 213 out of the 31., vole,. In tl.e mm wh)(h , ,mH , , v(
nelcl.sl.m-, nrrayc.l npnlnst the hill Hh tho Vacuum llrm cepial rlRl.t with slm-l
flefeat Is certnln In Its present form. ... . ,,.,
It will either die In committee or else, mrpowtlonr.
It will be so changed that when It Is Mr hverrnt Is tie lKlitetl over the su-
rettirned the Itun.lesralh will not accept i CP':f", ?f n"'tl"H"'"' ,
i, said to-day that It was a very satisfactory '
Jn replv to n eiuestlon submitted bv rratiRernent,aR moro than $3,000,000 had
the anti-Semitic ractlon In thn Itelch-1 l" Hl P f'' ""r two yeara, The
stni: last Thursday as to what thn Gov- Vacuum compwiy Is th nnnin of the Aus
ernment proposed to do to check the.trlon branch of tho Standard Oil Com
activity of the American tobacco trust puny.
In Oermany It was announced to-day , 1
that the answer would be lvtn next ACCUSED ENGRAVERS PROSPER,
made by tln'lr process, from which the
Government Is prlutltiK tamp. In ad.
dlllou to this the llrm has h-cli ilulm,
conslderable work for various llthm
raphers, ciiRrnvers nnd calco nnd vttll
On November I Miller and Motley
formed i limited company Allied the
Ptlittev Company with a cnplie!
Jl',000.000, which was privately sub
scribed by half a dozen stockholder.''.
.Mr. Motley Is the nnnaulntr director of
At the Inlernatloual stamp exposition
In October the "Ideal" Mump, delKtiei
by Miller nnd Motley and printed on n
plate cle.l?ned by their process, took
the sold medal for that kind of work.
povctl ihorlly to nsk an appropriation of
Sr-I nmi.nim for the wo. nnd further up
pr.ni".iiiio:i" for in nc'-ase In the njy
would be nsl.ei! for mler on,
llilllsb I'orelmi Trade tiiereaaea,
iitnil I'rtli ,ie. Titr'Sis.
I.o.snov, Dec. 7 The Hoard of Trad
reluiiis loe Now-mber show that tfl Ira
porls for Hie moiilh weio vnlllcil Ht I3M.
Iijii.'iiiu The exports, for tho winw period
iiiiioimieil lo Kii,Tii.n.i.'i, Tim Imports
showed tin increase of $'.'!),oii5,''l5, whlln
the (.p(uis wen- Sii,v.i,iisii Rrcater than
In the iireci-diiii: intuit li
REPORTS PASSING A DERELICT.
The petroleum bill provides for a na
tional Government monopoly of the
wholesale petroleum trnile, but the Gov
ernment Is empowered to confer these
rights on a private commercial corpora
tion for u period of thirty years under
rules to be prescribed by the Ministry.
The corporation Is to be capitalized at
$1. ',,000.000, nnd under the I emulations
the Government will always huve con
trol. In the motlvlzatlon of the bill It wns
staled that there was no desire to ex
clude the Standard Oil Company from
German. but that the Government be
lieved that the American corporation
as soon ns It realized and appreciated
the pew situation would adapt itself to
the new conditions and would sell to
the German monopoly.
STANDARD WINS IN AUSTRIA.
ncnnin t'ompnny MnLcs I'esee With
(invrrnnienl nnd Will Itestitnr.
filtcial rnhlf Pmrvtsh In Tub Sis.
London, Dee. 7. ('. N", I'.verest, presl
dent of the Vacuum Oil Company, sailed
Miller nnd Motley llpcenlly Won ln
."'vi-ml ftitlr .xrif lo Tnr Sr.".
London, Dec, 7. Clark A. Miller and
Alfred II. Motley, the Americans who
were arrested here last April after they
had been Indicted In New York on
chawis of fraud In connection with n
UthoKraphlnK process and who ore now
out on $20,000 ball, returned to Iundon
some time ago nnd now hnvo lnrf?n
llthoRrnphliiK works at 1 Cursltnr
street, near I'leet street.
The works occupy three stories, but
the development of the bu"!ntns has
been such that the llrm Is to move Im
mediately to larger premises In a cen
tral house on KliiRsway, the now thor
oughfare between Holborn and the
The present work have been In con
tinuous operation since .Inly, 1911.
After the courts here had refused lo
extradite them Miller and Motley went
to New York voluntarily last .June.
They returned to London In .Inly. The
tlrm Is now nnd lias been since the first
of the present year supplying the Brit
ish Government with enuraved plntes
llonlli l.lnpr Hilar) infn (llntrnc
llnn Is In Tranantlnn t le l.nne.
.ifi', e'ufcV irtpnlrh In Tnr. M v
Oi'KKS'stown, Dec. Th lloolli l.lne
sleainshlii llllnry sends n wireless mes
siikc liere to tin- effect thai on Decem
ber f. In latitude .ti.2fl north, IntiKltude
R.S3 west, she passed a derelict wooden
vessel which was twelve feet above the'
She Is In the direct path of trans-,
ntlantlc liners nnd does not appear to
have been abandoned very Ions,
ITALY WEALTHY DESPITE WAR.
Aciiulsltloh of Tripoli nnd " rrniilcn
Cost liotrrnintwit lt. -.0.000,000.
Sprctal I'nlilr llrrntcli In Tiik Sis
P.o.MR, Dee. ".--The Minister (d FN.
nance presented the llnanclal statement '
to I'urllament to-day. It showed a sur
plus of more than iO.OOO.OOO In the last ,
flscnl year and $10.."-00,O0O so far In the
present financial year. Despite the 1n- (
creased expenditure It Is estimated Hint,
there will be a surplus of more than
$13,000,000 next year.
The Minister added that the war with
Turkey cost Italy Jir.O.ooo.OOO. He pro-
Doctors "duck" giving advice
about catching Cold, according
to Medical Review of Reviews.
If you will live in moderation,
not stuff or drink too much;
wear suitable clothing, no low
shoes and silk stockings in winter.
Take ample exercise in, the
open air; sleep in a properly
ventilated room and keep "Seventy-seven"
handy taking a dose
at the first chill or shiver, you
will seldom catch Cold.
If you. wait until .you begin to
cough and sneeze it may take
A small vial of pleasant pellets,
fits the vest pocket. At your
Druggist 25c. or mailed.
lbimrihrrv' llninrn. Mrdlrlnn Co., 1U tTIHUm
St.. New York,- Ailtfrtlarmcnt.
Arthur Delay and Mrs. Mary l.mliij
oun!; went to the Marriage I.!cen"e
iureau In the city Hall on Nov. 1.
nil, and not a llcen.-e to marry. They
ere married the same day hy Aldcr
lan .lames Smith, who Is known as
'he marryinir Alderman."
De!a said he was a nollcltor, was tfi
cats old and had never been married
ef-.-e Mrs. Youiik said she was born
Knslaml and was a daughter of John
'owe and I.llilan Compton. Mr.
(iinK said it was her second marriage,
er first husband belnc lead.
The couple were unnccompariled hy
messes and William I.unc a clerk in
e Marriage license Bureau, acted as
.'ncs.s Both Alderman Smith and
-ins said vewterday that they had no
collection of the couple.
Delav said he lived at 172 Wt Sev
it -second street, which Is now un
artment lio-ihe. At the time Delay
is man led the bulldlnff was belnB re
idelle) W for;: well KoRers, who manaRes a
ardinc house at 171 West Seventy
i nnd street, said that tne couple llvd
li lum a short time, but he knew
n hi hk about them.
MISS RALLI WEDS ABROAD.
jirrlcnn In London KfCnnirs Ihr
Marchioness of Tnenlilnle.
Sir-in' i ai.ir i-'rnfli In Tnr Sr
.o.mh'n Dec 7.--Mni'RUerlte Italli,
.iiidaiiRhler of Lewis llinsteln. who
lie wars iiro was secretary of the
.Vrieun HmliaH.sy in London and also
.one time tilled a similar post In
I'ls. whs mart led tit St. Harnalms
t'lfth Piiiilnii. to-day to tho Mar
(. of Tweeddale.
he wi'ddliiR was very quiet owlriR
t-lie f.i-M that the family of tho
liicKl'o-uii is in mournlliR. There were
iibnil.smalils nor j-aRes. Mr. Hln--ti
r.ivi- the bride away. Slie wore
a row n vi Ivel dtesH and sable furs,
T brideRriu-nrH brother, Lord Kdward
11, was best man.
un- was a reception afterward nt
nilionse of the Hon. IMward Htolinr.
T Inun moon will be spent on the
i.t.s;.s I'ffo.u run CAttLr..
IT'TKitincttei Th poller f try
yjio ni ., $ tint revturd hy r.cn erlnic tlf'y
u - pmir -,1.-1 100 clUcr ponni. stolen rroni
. i- 'i.tf hakB-ix iliirlnic Ills rmirn trip
rtlr- Th .u'ii iid of itiuiiIc Ipa I employee!
etrW ,ii. I anted ,y r.noii of a dr
. r-1 1 n n.l . . I -,in hy tin- I'ouiirll of HihIo
iiilliirc .ir-i'-'lntiti. mi uf fnrniT Kor
i'i.li . I. Miles -I il rl ii k Hie fourteen
ws lli.i' In n I'refi i i of the Depart-
III nt III.- S.'llii' 'I he ov rr(lltree lht
l oinlu.,i i.,ii- I,,' puhllahi il In the "Oftlrlal
.Iiii.iI." .'Iil-li hjih mier dune ilurlnj; the
Urel,,. ri f,inr
tt'.SHIII.s In i ho .irrem of a mn named
laid ihc iiih-trliKM iitiiovrre.l a Idc-M-.l
b,i-lneH In ihr, fli. i, f iiriiil (Njr-it-i
of tie Pi-ulil- Hr,n;oM nf Chlim Meet
ofie, ine-l.iN an-l dlilomaK rejn hy the,
jii were fol-n friun the 'hlneio l.ca.
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