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THE SUN; SATURDAY, JANUARY 4; 1913;
SENATE GETS NEW
ARCHBOLDIETTERS
THogrnms From Ex-Senator
Xnlhan II. Scott Also
Go Into Hocord.
INQUIRY IS PLAXNKD
Cnmpnicn Kxpendiuirps Coin
mittoo Will Investigate
Koraker's Cliarj;es.
im,i:v A IMSV WlttTKR
1Jppi,pionlntiv Simiro-itcit ( 011
Inil (if AiH'intt'il 'n. to
tiiniltint Oil llcml.
v
t on, .
r- i-i
I IM'.Ti'S', Jail. " Till' ."' 11.1 '
."pp lit' est, rating i.vup.rgn e
"i OH held ii iupo'm: I l.i v nml
In the ffi- I another l:i rli ..'
.I'll '.I i ri cpon I tui' firn."hi'i
i.:nml:i-p In- Willi. im II Hear
f t in of u.igv.ip'V.'' re;" nl'1
there were nli "it ;MIf- li".
S er.l! 11? Hie let'.'ts .11pp.l'.
It-
ti'-r
tn :
In i
r
I"
C'd"
I o
: . "ir. !-ue .if Mr lc.tr-
Smile .if th..ii, h r . r
n pul'li-lu'd ,
; win.: 'he r-mlltii! n f Mio
'intni'tcp in iiv.i:li. .
i ; an Int. i mi ln .! iu.i
.'iar.jp- made li'. px-S.ti.i,
1.1
r as to how Mr HiMtw ,,Mi.ti
"iij All i'f tin' w.tiie-es nam
ii.i: r PmimUt will li imIlvI. ,t
he
irroiliK i,.in nf tli'. I'ldeti
- i iio,.siry f'ir .Mr U
it .i-.iln I'liiliiiiMi-ilu s
H' .11 '. I lllp'ni . cs
M
'lain t -i
M'
ri.iv
I .Mr. K.ir.iki '.,i ... i ,
; ar.'sps
. il nf tin" cirrespoiidpnce real
l.l'l p.l.-P(l b"tWe,'tl .li'll'l l At'
bold inn fi'inirr Senator John Mi I.anr n
nf South Carolina Smii" nf tin- htt.'
from .Mi Archbuld i.i" Mr. M.l.atr ..i
cnncru'lilatetl til.- Smith Cirnlinn Sent- .
tr n tin' wav lie n iti-iint .1 inln-f him
fp f in .1 tight aga.nst hi- c illcn; '.e. Mr
T.lim.in Senator, wlin tn- l.iv rivalled
t iat ,i nno inn,. THiin.in anil Mt Lauriti
I. ml a ll-t tight im the S.n.ite Hour
F'intw'il 11 11 11 ti I interest In ti.o 1 inn-1
nipni made in Mr. A retinoid.
ne li ttrr trmn the laic Si namr '.'nay
was iiur iilntpil m which Iip InUtcd Mr.
Archh !'! in meet lnm m Washington.
Tup Ipfrr "f lVbinarv '.'."i, 1r2. writ
ten h Mr. Ari-hli.ilil to S"ii,itni' Foraker
Ldlllnc '.ii- attontliin tn tlip .lnnr. bill .unl
j.ii5K...si ,ic II was ,1 hail inp.iMiri' nml
eight not tn pa-...-, a read. Another'
'.pftpr tn Senator Foraker from Arch
t"tjil nniirnitii "! that tlip writ it 'malil
up at a IihipI In Atlantic t'lty, whiTr h" 1
Cnulil hi rrachPil t te'rplmnp '
In .1 li'ttpr iimrl.pil "ppr.innal " il.i'rd .
N'ovrmlirr r.iil". Mr. Ari'hlmlil nm-
cratulali'il Sen iinr i'i nrii.-'i nn Hip mir
' ' m p of tlv .citimi anil rxproH-cd thp
't'p that Spnatnf Quav I1111I won.
Ipftpr ami two tilpsram!" frmn p
Sfti itr Nathan l: Scutt (if W.'H VI.--
run. a'(lrp.pil t. .Mr. Arc-iiUiM, w ro I
r. in .iiin thp riTind fur tin tlr.n time. !
T'ipv Imrtj ilatp nf .Vovpiiili.'r 0. ISO),
nti'l tui. I nf ihr polltlral striiKitip that
id
h
rnilnl In Wps' Vlrmnla In
" Srnatnr Sontt lamp mit iictnr.
Srnatur v.'rntp in part ti fnllnwH
" i- untiii'tiilm; 'prrltin "ur nppo-
I i" ' i
I (
! in -.hum cmititli'' alone lln.miii
1 lalh ii.p nf tnnnpy t!i- rp
1 Miajoriti ." nuiPh i'i'I anip
rl. ijpfpallna our (Jniprim:.
:intt oxpt pji-piI "iiinn.i. many
Mi
thi
i'Iik fnr ymir klinlm.""" In innclipl-
'i.: .- '.'tier tn Mr. Arclilmlil. anil thH
' ipi'ii k'nnii tn 1p in ri'i'ociiltlnn nf
t .- "ii'r'liiitinn tnailp by Mr. Atehnolil
t . tutor S. ntf" I'anip.iicn.
! ri "ponrli'tiri pasn'il hotwppn Mr.
Ar. 'oi.i anil Srnatnr Mrl.anrln nf
K "i'h ''arollna In llmO ami 10'H. In thp
.r- iii'p.l lit rptiin.'r U I HO I. Mr
r 1 1 .. ' M wi"t t" S"natnr Mcl.aurin n
fnt -w
T an. -'at: ,ntpct'.l !n tlip .'liccrfl.
or. .-f t.ip 'aw pra'tvp anil will to
! v t kppt in tiiiinl 't!i tlif nopp
a' - iniPtnitn: in i'. rl. wlop in nlilrli I
n .. .,f prvll p to 'nil in r onnpctlnn
In a Jpftrr datPii .rrfk. ItOl. wrlttpn
to :pfirrpnt..t', p Slblpy nf I'ptin'syl-
ania Mr Arrbbnld i tist-pil Spnntor
Mi l.anrin and tnasti'd Senator Tillman.
Thl.i Irfpr cnntalnpd anmnc other thlnitf
the fi'llnwlni;.
I i-.'. t.i S.-iiat-.r Mi l.iiirln -nine 'lay
c expirsstns in' kiphI adinli ntlon fm
ii I.,- hiiiI i our.ipiHM innr.ip and
c i . liim tlia' I niil( he erv clad to
.pti'ei ti, I, 'ni at any tlnip. either In
f.roi- or hi leiti" Tlllriian is mi ratik a
o'-nati'Slli' ird the Jojrlf nf r flits I" "
'- . ' asai'i' h 'ii Hint :f Mi'liiirln
-nii'id ' nop ennl and pprhaps do n
; ,p, '.in. n isiiik oie.i'inimlly Till
ni.'in w ' i.iii'; hi'iuelf
In a letter written hy ppnator Mc
I.atitin tn Mr. Aii'libolrl under datp nf
Ma JO. I?"1;. Hip Spnatnr In speaklnK
of his prilltlial rampalKn acnlnst Till
man wrntP.
I . ,i i 'l.Mt r ll'iian If proprI and con-
i li Mjpp.1. tui There Ii no time to
w i i.'
.1 letter lo Itepresentntlve Sibley
d January III. II'O.'. Mr. Archhold
feri ed to the .Ni w Jersey SenntorHhlp I
I
rxpre-spd a iIp-Iip tu learn the
nf a "dark liore suurjeHteil by
' ''ley
Sib!'v wtltP nt Hip country
I "nioicr from l.nw -unitln If we
f i " air for a
for a while.-'
I ', , ip immI the establlsliirienl of a
establlsliirienl of a
.i.i huiiiiii and "a permanent and,
!ie,u'h innlrnl uf Associated Press aniN
klmli i ! .iveiiiies.''
Hp explntned that II .
would io.-t money, mil wouiii be clipap
n H.i pi ie He riV'lared that Hoosp-
nit "l,i .ii only the I'liortis of n rahbb)
m il M inks it tinbllc lent liient." Ill oilii
f Mi An bbold'H letters to Sibley ho
' mi d t ie ('otiKif'siiian to make a
I'llii. p date when Senator Halley could
.nine to st.indaid nil headuuarti'is.
In . litter .luted iiiiolni in, II'O".
uiM'fii n Mi An lihold lo William .1.
-ew.ill He n Senaini from New Jerspy,
i'i Seti.itut win-- .tsked tn esp'alii Hint-
ti , .
l.'i.'
Cl.Oi
lb pien ntame (iiiiiiiivi 01 .M - 1
'Iti. a im inbiT of the industrial 1
"lun. and (nrieil certain Im- I
a ihn' Mi Uaidner bad fortned
Hip Sland.ild'Oil lo 111" ills- '
. . . , ,11 ... .i... .ii.. '
1 ' 1 1. n
el ' IHL' uf I lie latter. Ill letter tn
...ie tjuav Mr. Arclibnld oiitlined
e ,in, Midi ol inn Standard oil Cnitl
ni 11W.111I 11 number of bills ppiidlil";
'n int Smiato 011 rallloail and trust
mftitera, its upproved the Elklas bill
SCENES ATTENDING ARRIVAL
fM' WBITIll WW 1 i llirWlliir" UliMMIMill MM --f. , JTLH
; " M, "Hp wniitLAW wai buuy
"I' XMFll Mll'S III SI. .1 Oil II s
1 jrSBSl " ''niiicinii. ',.;:.;'::':'.,-.'::,
: ill fiL W i ti(ivi nrtnii rii'i.'iv, hi pimi
l!m . .iimNWAiaflkiHlH J II
iSK " L .1 t l.o Ocm n ic.
i 1 . . . . ....:... "hfil I in. 1....1,. ..f 'i,iiAi,... rrtia !., ....c
- I II tin dratipil with an Atnnlian ilatT. lay
The Ka-ta.1 III 'ill la"t "iKllt ln thr ,rypt "f tl,u ral,"'tlri'1 !
i-i'i-i.'nin-- ifiai.. ! i . t,.;rmn.,i alii 'jJL '
put two tin 3.tilVKra9 IHIIHNl
r" JMTSiB H9 Nai.,1 tn Qnatannn.. in
Winn
t I'.i nn-- aii
Stat. - f'H
'nil I.' mi
put: w.i-
l t
t MiiV"
i-i iiiiiui il t
...In plnpelix pre
Hip natimi hp
' m- tliini,
pup tor tlip
cav m. i'
Ini; 111
tin. ili'l, eliiptni'll! nf nib' fdinnt
Hip pnblii .-I'hi.nli.. lb. iii i:es
Hi" p.i.-ai;p bv i'iiiikiiss nf me;
alii'iuh intindiioi'd. pinvidim; tnr
H
rrnniPii'. s'lppnit nf till., prai'ti
in In ml- In this I'lintip'tion Urn Wnnd
i sa ys
I 'Tin' ii-p uf the rlfip Is rapidly pas--I
Im; mit and It i- impuiiant that mn
; Milltll should be .-I. tiled in its IIM' .mil
j "liilli il ii.-p nf the nil,, is one nf the ni'iv
limpnrtant fi.ituns nf a snldier's train
Mim. Iti niiiif w.-ir tin ptnp.'i iti-tiin-
Hon nf nlir lrnnpi would .. inatil
fai'llitati'd if reiriilts wi- ttnlnid in
' thp use nf this arm Thetp aie feu
wa.vs tn wliuh letter let'irtis nan I,p
nbtiuiu'il fur a Hindi tat" cpenilitiip
nf public funds than in i ih ntuairitii:
Hip trnlninK uf nur youth In the hm nf
III'' rule "
At.rither uf flen Wood's statements I"
that there I" a creat hlinrtairp uf field
nml i nasi artillery ammunition
"Tim slmrtacp nf the most p.ipntal
Mippllc"." he siy.", "Is such as to m
stlttitp a juiMtlvp d.inuer to Hip country
and tu In'lto sprimi" dWcii'slim In cas
of war 'Jhp fact did not sppiii to I...
apprptclati'd by those I'hampd with the
!e!.nMh!llt nf prmldlnc apprnprla
tlnns that matPrials of this character
cannot be tnanuf.'uTirpil In a hum,
that the mannfacttii'i. of tlip present
Hold ituns and ammunition rp'iHln.i
tltUP "
CiPn. Wood nrKPS Hip pas'.ice hy
Com-ress ,.f what Is known j the
mllltla pav hill hv which the rod'r.il
(im el nniellt cnntl'lbutPS tn the p.t
men' of membprs of thp organized
mllltla of thp Statps on condition that a
(prtaln ile-".Pe of etllcloncy I attained
and the I'nlted State;, has the use of
tl,p til lit i.i force" In 'i'tie of war or
oilier emcrKcncy.
MORE WOMEN ON SCHOOL BOARD.
lpneny I'rnlni'n I'ciiilnlne Work In
MmLIiik ppolut menu.
ri'irmiKh President MeAn'n.i an
iiolliieed eteidnv Hie appiilntment nf
foul new rtonn'ii ineinners nf local school
, A, th ,,. ho (OMII)1!.
n)l.nt,.,t the women mi the work they
.have 'linn
The women newly appointed are Mrs
Maiv S Urener, head woiU.'t of the
Alfied Ciiriiins ciarK Mi'iueineni nrni-p,
- im'iKiuii sire-,, ,, ,. ,m
S. Ilillll IIISU ll-l . .ii-.- . .... .. ,,,-. ..
Lowell, funnel Iv nn inhi 1 nf th" Twi Ifth
.llcirt.l' Wr-i .l.'u'Mlli s I.Ofh. Wife of the
,.(1,.1((; for ,h,. l-'ifteenth dl-iriet, and
mis" S.
I.ewinsiin, fur th" rweiuj-iirst
.l.-uh t.
The women
ip.'ippolnlprl ate Mrs
fur the Seiiind dlsli ! t .
""
Mi li.itln rlne- A Ierr, roi the Twin
tb'th dl-tilet. Mis AiHiiii I. Calm, for
Ihn I'liiiiteeiilh dUlnct Mis. i "Ii.i . . s
P Diet, fm the IliKhleenlll dlslllcl,
and Mis II Williamson, I'm Hi"
Nineteenth dlstrlii
The otliei new iippointnii'nlH were . Vin
cent Pcpe of 40 Washington -irpmie Smilh,
I for the Xuilli school dl-tt l I Ur lUurv I'I
Mule, 101' 1 in r.iKiiiecin 11 in, irKii
, ,..f ,. . f, t. Mneieenth, ami Carl
v. Ivoi'lseh. fm Hie Twenn-iiist The
n 111.1 1 til nu reapiniliittiient- weie: l'11-l
district, Janus J iuld"ii . Tlilnl In Mix
Ib-hii . nriii, im .i n i.iii iei1i..ni.
,IMI1, .lllit'ri riihi'l'i' . .'. '.1.11.
MINI. Ill . Nblt'l. Mill" t I SIl'M II-ol
I'neirill lldwaid Tin..".- 'I'lm i.enlii
lint 1' Clean riflieiph lb nj.iui'a
ItliniirpHial SUieenih. IMwanl J l',i
Seveiilieiith, Itlehaid .1 l.uwinles .
Twenty-second, Charles 1'. Biahop,
to-.- .tan urn: ii i- 'Tin'iiigninv. ,'vu!rain u
Slat. - f..t ,, M ,f. .11 .t Mn1... Ill - 1 II
Mini l.'i.irml W w' iitimiil f I 1 II
i. ,i,.p:.
I! Ill t.
(Il ll tll l Ill
; . loiBPyBv Tf-.A 'its put Tnfi win Att..M,i si.i..
1 mm m..i hth. j in nMrs . r,f,., ,,...,
II. IS , v -fx 1 1 '"" "' in''.
Ill 8 J. ' ' " 1
kHekBhH H 1 Tim
shiuiiii I (I
American. Petty Officers "taking the &ody Ashore.
PARCEL POST EXCEEDS
ESTIMATE 200 PER CENT.
I'o-lnin-ter Morir.in I'iniN le
fi'rl in tin- l.iiw anil oft
Repented .Mi-tnke.
ORIllNARV STAMPS ISF.M
Privili'iri1 to AI si il rarknuc
IIom's I rucil hy New
York Phiof.
tn
In three day" studv of the parcel
pou m operation postmaster Morgan
Ii.i" found what he ciin.lilers a serimn
defect :n the law and aIo a icrurrlni;
iiiNlake on Hip part of many petsuns
i w lui ll-e the sen Ice.
I He Hunks the law is defective In that
'it does not pet mit -mall packaces to
j be dropped Into street liosrs instead of
. bemi? mallei! at nlie of Hip di'sicnatPd
pi.-t nlllcp stali'ins I'nder the uld sy..
tern fmiitli class parcel" weichlni; four
pounds or less lould be mailed on the
street, but now pi en a yeast cake. If
sent ,t parcel post rates, must be
ItiKKid tn a post olllce. In practice this
Is promts: what seems a ncedlef.i in
convenience "I'ndoiibtediy other defects ln the law
will come to llsht as the servlco Is
tested and piobably they will be cor
rected" Mt Morgan said yesterday.
"In time Ihe Uuvernment may nee lit
to collect all parcels fiom hmisn tn
house, Just as the exprois companies
do."
The mistake that senders aro maklnK
Is set fmtii In this statcnn nt made by
Mr. Moraaii last night
"A la two number of person" still aie
Ignorant of the fact that illstincthe
stamps mti.it be iiu'd on parcel po-t
packiiKPs and thai lliey must not be
..1 1 1.. i... 1 . .... K... ....
pint 1 II ill . ii.'i it ..i 1 n.ie..- .,o,.-., 1 (
To-day more ihan 00 packages were s
i iicilved ft um letter and package boxes
1 1.1 urine the ordinary stumps and tiiu-t I
, Iherefori' be held fur postaKP."
I Cncle Sam's new service Is already a
succesH in thl.s city. Mr. Morgan's
guess 011 TIiiiimIii that the niiiulior nf
I packages mailed up to that night would1
I be about lii.iiiHi was so far mil of thnj
wav that bo 'hesitated to make anv iistl-i
! mate for ye.-iorila
The actual number,
ma'li'd trmn mldiilglit to mlilniglil 011
ItIiiiisiIio In Manhattaii and The llronx
was iin.tiH, dlsllibtlted a follows: U1.11
' ei'.il Post nlllie, l.a'.H; fiiand Ceiilral,
, 7, ai. I'eiins' h aula Terminal. H.IOn,
biiini'h slalioiis, '.''.'.'li'ii. The estimated
number fm i.-i.nl,i wa.i .'.u.Oiio. t'p
In II im ncluck hi the nr lernoiiii, when
Mr Morgan's, lat-t repnrt was reiclvi'd.
the General Pout Oltlco aud tlio Oraad
OF AMBASSADOR REID'S BODY?
Central and Pennsylvania Terminal
np'-sta' ons had recencd and fur
w aided .'Ii.i; pai kaite.'.
Th.s Ki.at ma, link' activity was
Hi up!' d ie tn the fact that hiit mail
nldit llniisos h.Ue made tllP UuVeril
tnent ery happ by di'i'ldin1 tn use
the panel jHiit as a innney kimt One
'l"partment stnre depusitnl a batch of
.'i pines e.-tenla 111111111111; A
wimp-ale clunk nnd suit cstnhU'd'.nient
ba" aurepil tn buy a mllllnn dollars
wmtli nf stamps a year If the Unvcrn
meiit s iiilini; nn a small point tn the
law is satl-factury tn thi tlrm.
Thus far the nnlv extra men em
pln.M'd have been the crews nf the ten
autnfobiles. ten hntsp drawn wacnns
ml three motor tricycles used In dehv-
ei. Tn-d.iy Mr. Morgan will put sev
entj-ilM' extra clerks to work They
l,ap Iippii avallabl'' as substitutes, and
now that they arc getting regular Jobs,
sepnt -live nieii to replace Hum as
substitutes will be drawn from the top
nf the 1 ' II service list.
(if the 3. .''.i'i parcels delivered In Man
hattan and Th" Hronx on Thursday
only firi were Insuipil I'p to date
many moro packages have l,ppn mailed
than leceived in New York, but last
llleht Hip tlrst lots bi'gan piling in from
Chicago and when Hip whole country
has had time to be heard from It looks
as If Hip ti'celvlng force will lip up to
its tuck In work
TIip IimIpM brunch station on Thurs
day was Station D. at Twelfth stieet
and l'ourth nvenue. wherp pack
ages were mulled, mostly from stores
and factories; Away up at the Tre
mntu station tn The nronx the num
ber was 131.
MAY LIMIT FIFTH AVE. TRAFFIC.
MeAnrliy In XriHBrat rinrrlna of
TrucLa In lluny llonra.
noniugh President McAneny at the
close of a hPHrlng yeterdny afternoon
11'. whl'h lemedles for Ilfth avenue con
gestion were considered, ald that hn
would Introduce In the Hoard of Alder
men an ordinance tn keep trucks nnd
other business vehicles off the avenue
between 2 anJ fi In the afternoon lie
said also that he will carry out his plan
for estalillshllK "Isles of safety" on
belli sldis of Kurt' sii'iind slteet and at
Thlm -fourth street and Klfth avenue.
Hubert (Trier Cooke, president of tho
Plflh Avenue Association, .rated for a
limitation of t rattle on the avenue.
' ''he association does not aim tn make
I'lfto avenue es popular." lie said, "nor
Ines t wish to seem arbitrary, but the
stieii .ihoul.l he riservel to appropriate
t infill Hilftinss vehicles should be kept
off"
Police Inspectm Tltua totflMr. McAneny
thnl cabs ind taxis waiting for fares
should not he allowed on tho avenue. Mr
McAneny asked tho Inspector why the
police seenn-l 'o hae more trouble han
dling triitllc tu Thirty-fourth stieet than
at Porty-sei'mu' stieet.
"(Hi." said he, "at I'orty-sccond street
even bods seems to Im going somewhere.
hill at Thlrty-rouith street tney just iiko
to go along and look at things.
The Wall Stieet e.lltmi of THE F.VK.NINO
Si'S' contains all the I oancial news ant
the slin k and bond ipmtutlons to the close
of the market The closing iiuoTatlons, tn
cludlitK lie bid Mini iiski.l" prices, with
additional news matter, are contained also
111 the Night Final and Complete final
edition of Thb Evinino Sun. Adv.
il
The body nf Whitelaw Held,
tin draped with an Atneilmn
last niitlit In the crypt of the Cathedral
of St .Inhn the Divine.
Marines from Hip battleship din-
nectlctil kept Kiiard all niKht. ('.indies
were liKhied In the i opt and Mianls
unuil at Hip fmir curner-i nf the ntliu. !
-tin ies pacini; at each entrance to the
..pl
The funeral services will be lipid at
'1 ii i link this morr.iniT. I'lshop Urcei
will conduct Hie sorvn'es. President
Taft and many men distiticiii"heil in
piufe-.-innal and civil life will attend.
The IhmIv will be taki'li to a vault a!
Slccpv llnllnw Cellleteiy
Tin- llrltish criil-er Natal with the
ody of the American AliiKissador tu
Kn-tlnnd K't to Saiiy I look abnut s
n'clock The Alinrlcaii tlcet nf battle
ships and ipslrner.s sent to m.et the
Natal c.Miirtcd In r tu Quatannne in a
fui: and livelx southeaster which madi
tiavmatioti nsk and troubh sn.ne.
In fact utltccr nf the American slrps
win nuraliilatiiii; them-ehes later
.11 H.p day that they had isiapea
; w . limit all accident.
i As Hip North Dakota felt her way
I In the i ciiiiic liiutiied up In fi ynt uf her
In the blllle of fuKhnlns and sirens
sharp nriiers rattled nn the North im
i kota and Hip ill eailnnu'.'ht slipped clear
1 of the iiceanio by a few feet nnn nf Hip
I ollleers later sa.ini; that it luiililnt
i ha e been over twenty
I Hear Adtnual riske. who was on the
I'lnrlda. decided When the 11. et Knt tn
.iiiaiimtlne tn anchnr This was at '
n'clock, and it was a tew minute- after
I lliintl befnre the weather ile.lled elimich
1 tu permit the ships tn , ome up Hie
Nnrih Itlvpf tn Nlnet ninth street.
No salutes whip tired lruiii tin- im's
in the bav. When the Natal lit uu her
anchnr she tiled a saltlie nf tw entj -on..
puns tn the nation. The il.i!;ihip l-'lm
Ida lespunded and then tin- Natal
I I..1IIHI...I .ml , ...I... . .(
' " " " " "
V (.mIp was hlowlnc and minunn r.n j
around the ship- was no easy 1:1.1 1 1
The Admiral's launch took a il"!,nli
ment of petty ollleers from th. Fiona,,
o toe Natal and the coilin was iowr. t
10 the launch, ."f platform had been
built aft on the lauiuh and the mu.i;
otl'ccrs lowered the coltln. w.iu'i w..
coxered with the American Hag.
An Immense Moral anchor, a gift from
the officers of the Natal, was dp onlv
piece on the colli ti from the time r. was
taken from the Natal to the cr pt ,u
thp C.unedral of St John the Di' me 1
The cottln w.n taken tn the foe- ,.f
Ninety-ninth street, where there ,s a
boardwalk tn the landing and put 011 .1
caisson, Meantime Hip niirlnes whni
were to act a.s an cscoit were getting'
Into boats and smeral were drenched
by spray. The murines from the North ,
Dakota landed af'er a slrugg.c w.th the
wind nnd iner ciirt'uts. but Hipi
Florida marlnis. because uf the aip hm 1
afie. of tno thlp and the gale, didn't gi '
to land.
WaltlnK at the landing weic niPtnbris
of Mr. Held'n family and Capt Tlmnu- !
M. Potts, representing the navy, and
Assistant Secretary of State Chandler
Hale, The funeral procession moved
throuRh Ninety. sixth street to liroail
way tn 110th street and thence to the
cathedral, There were several hundred
persons nn the cathedral grounds.
Mrs. Held had arrived at the cathe
dral an hour or so before and wa.s In
the crypt. Those present at the serv
ices were Mr. Itctd, 1 igden M. Held.
Mr. and Mis, (igden Mills, Mrs James
I.. Ilarilmnn, Capt. Potts and Assistant
Secretary of State Unit. Dean William
M. (irosvenor of the cathedral and the
Hev. Howard C. Hobblns of the Church
nf the Incarnation conducted tho &erv.
Ices, which lasted a few minutes.
Tho body of Mr. Held will tip taken
from the crypt to the vestibule nl the
north side of the church at ! o'clock
this morning. When the services begin
at II o'clock the colllii will be brought
In tho main part of the church, Thero
were so many applicant.! for tickets
to the services this morning that the
tickets were all gone yesterday after
noon, president Tan is expected about
11 o'clock.
Dean (Irosvenor of tin. cathedral,
formerly rector of Ihe Chinch of the
Incarnation, which wiih attended by Mr.
Held and his family, will read Ihe Ies
Min, Hlshop Leonard of Cleveland, rep.
resenting the dloceso in which Mr. Held
onco lived, will read tho creed and
prayers nnd Itlshop Greer 1 ho commit
UU lervlo. Ulbhop Uoyd Carpenter,
anon of WcMmlnMrr Abhpy, nnn th
... ... - .1 . .1. .. .ii t.t.i-i . M.in -i
I J .1 iiniMiiiii Ilillltlipi unilliin nili mrii
tnl.i' pari 111 Hip M-rvlro.
'rim tinipio will bp Mrtiilrlfsolin's fu
ital niatih, Snllhun'K ntitlii'iii "ThnuRh
1 I paix llirnncli tlm Milb-y nf thpharlrw
nf ilpalli ' and twu Iiviiuim.
I I'l. .. .llh....nra .tl
l,ilnr Hrvii', tin' Htltl.li Aiiibassarlor, ,
Spnatnr KIUpi llnnl, sWrwnry nf Stntr
I'ln ainli" C Knn. .In'p1i II Clio.il, I
II I' MnU'.nti. Unit l.ytnnii. DonaM'
Milmlmui W ) Sl.iaiii', lif.ir Admiral'
WU lain i' Cnwli"-. .1. I.. C.iilwaladpr. i
llili'J Cabnl l.niliri', .IiIiIkp CtPorRf
linn ri.rniPi Si'iiiitin I'liannii'.v M Dp-i
pi w linlii'ri Hat'nn and lli-nry Whltn. I
l.nt'd Itnbitin, piiwldi'ttl nf tip' I'll-,
trim nf (lii'ni I In tn In. Iia iiirstPd 1
Sir Ktlli'K' Slllli'lil'llnll, lm ,m In Npw 1
VnrK. t i i -jii .'( tin. HritlKb I 'Ilur lin- j
Mi tiiiiprni pr up Mr i-.iiH'.t,
Shai Ki'l'uii will en tn tin. citludral .ip-
iiitnp.in ! b Ci'inur 'I'. Wllnn, ypp-
iH"alpii mid rlijilrin in nf Hip pxpcii
tp 1111111111111.,. nf Hip llll'lllltl I'll-
Ktimii Tmit . !: v wll. Ill adilltlim.
in 1 1 pn n-nti'd b 'Inirsi' Wlllmin mir-
I ijp nb.i,i Muriav I'.illlir. .Ini'p'i
II K. I". Dan "'I. William Ciir-
t li. ii .:- I . I! II r.v,irl. SamiU'l W.
I'.i I id. l.llW'i'llii' I., liillripli'. .Inhn
U ti.- Ciil. 'li-il'-'i lljlnv. l.n'.iiH
llai ll iiiilllnti W M.iblp, .1 I'ler
tinti' Mnrnan. HpiIhii Nnblp, IIhImti C.
i ijiIpii. I". Ciltilll'ti'-i HM'll. Allnn M.
1 1 . i I! A. ' smitli. .lam'"" ppyi-r,
ilporiipii ,iv Ward, I'l'i'ilrrh l W Whit.
i S'i ivmi I. Wimilfiinl and IIiiiiIpi
W I, f'-
ii ii ii.i tn i'H it rU.
M.TnS. .1,111 .1 l'll'illi"lt Til ft
II, .IlllttH tmll ln-ll!l;lll fur
. tn alt. ml Hi" Mi l. '.it "f V h.li
'lid ItNn In bi- 'Mi-i'tr n :i 1 1 - -
in.-.ui l.i,lnl..t t :,iw 'l' "''t II'
.- . ni'ipaiili'il b -iii ti'lii' nf Sum-
K i , i 'h.'ifli'i. Ii llllli.". irv tn t'li-
I t I ami Mil Jim Chin." mint -I..
li
Tin I'. p.lili".t v. ill "mit. I tii.iiniitnw
k ' i' tin i-i.i.ti. nf r.Min w Tuft, st;
U.n I ' .i t ilulilli nni.t i"i i l!l ri I il iti
i'.i'ii:irtoti mi Su!ii!.i
nt i: i r.i.iu. i: rn.
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n'.r, iitiP tlimnu- i t-' ci.iimii.iii',I In.. ennt'T'.
in : n IMw.ua i: fl.-'s a- lnt'rttr
1 l'n.ii. .. ''ll'tll'-'.nni I II fill I'.ll.ri"!
I in 'i i "i .
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P.pplftrr nf 'hf I. -mil ri".re . i'l, am.
s i i re" ptii'ltl'i'il ' .lea.p i l- re- -
i Hi. i r , . - ..f null, . 'ni'i"!' .1 llrtrr--'i:l.
rk . -.rtppnlritment i .in.l M.irlrtn lire-.
lni'tiiairi' a llolfr. It
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Anier'.
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on'' r'urn
mm
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II urn nml
ma kill. 1 her
i'nnilt:"l iih 'ili
Tin.
Irfrnre In 're 1 r nf tl K-'tllT
tle.l "n fl- Ml in mill' leil en .1 'ha-te nf
nnniri 'n ...'in 1 1. Itdiiurl ii,.i)inn.
f'.on.r .sinrltf. in I f. ml li.,u,- .1' ll-eithltt
innntv. Iirnttlikl 1 ..irrl Tlie .,. ,i
i.p.'iil tn t. u.ih ih jur af'er .i niht
nn nf rfij",
He'-l'llf-" mil frtnil nf 'he Hv II-
W illlani llr.md. fertnr nf Piui'- t.u'li
ernn r'li'ir.-li l-i l".tilura. akeH ib pnllr.
n t,ri;ln A n 1 ' .mill M-' e.ir. li fir 'lie 111I11U
i h" iiM.eir,, lai .-i"i-,Ij It.
'rl. r-ln 'e.l h, lit. n hl renin!! Iltl'l
ii in-li- nc Iir H-in-l 'n. ,
I.-lcLarai
eini.ine n the
Int.-.
c... .
l,a pli '
I'a n ,i' rnm;i.iiij a- .-'.a 'iifor.1
'u'nel e-'...ii... when a i-jii ef
ill h h 4 i ir''.nt i-i'lciil Mr
I lie I i ,' p' t . fi, 'nrv
H- 111" p .r. ie.1 and 'lie t'ail,.
DIRECTORY
?S
NLW YORK 5
LLADINC VOCAL
IN5TRUMLNTAL
INSTRUCTORS
The Institute of Musical Art
nf the I'llr of New Y.ork
!"fMK lltll II, PUfrfor.
An Kniloe rl Si h no I of lulr.
i onthtril tn i'.tprrs of iinihT ni'iirAt
rrtiirntlni It pjoxliii' siuiifnt of rifttiirnt rbliHv
nd mrnfst vurpop Ilioruueh atnl roinplrto
erturrttloo In mulf wlttio'it otnr nbroml 1 A.f
9Vratu a irtvirt u 'l e cirri,! in tn QstaZi'ia
den 1. 1 ft ' trto,,iiit,in irra finus
for laulo-: if ad(tre Mm
I JO I lirf miint ,t T.
MME. MELVIN-SMITH
rt ut nit In i: lenri'-i iu.nl ie nf itntrhesi Mritiod
St mil. I Hi r. Kilt H.
ma nun" 1 niAfinUT mini
PI NO
It.. Carneple
tin I ilita) and
s;attiriUyi.
AMY GRANT
brrltnti StinctATs. S 3a
A. CARBONE
rt of siinclnx.
Arnllan Hall 2 W i:dll.
l.S.SnMOUOFF Ti pio IS l arnejle Hail I
GR0S3K0PF
ini IN Si HOOI
tile. ISl'i rarnrst I'a'l
MACAULAY
'I cache r nf .lloclnc
'n.i catneci. m.MI
iMme. OSOEN CRANE
-tu tlo. s'.'S CArnccIo Hall.
Esperanza Garrigue
Art ef Mnslnc. rleitti
inte Uall. fr V. 114 Si
DIXON RIDER
-'miff Interpretation.
1 olre Ciiltitre l W te,
l'i;iA1 DECKER
PUnUt and tearhe
Stelnway and Aeellan WaI.i.
Rsv. D. STEINBERG
unlto. ins M III -!
',A?r MOYLAN
concert pianist A lea.
.Ml Cirneel Hall.
JANET WILLIAMS
PAULINE HOVEMANN
I richer at Mtictn;
1'.'2 Caraegta Uall.
oral Instruetlon,
Wen End Av . th St,
ELISE PEKSCHEN
SCHOOL
'
I rom Imperial 1. on, of SI anuanr.i flnHfirtfin i';H" ' 'uS,"i
I'rtertbure. Jto W 72d St i HIIUCI IUII 705 Carnejle Hall.
Absolutely Frem and Unbiassed
Arc you thinking of sending your son or
daughter to a private school? Let the New
York Sun School and College Bureau
assist you in solving this urgent problem.
Catalogues of private schools sent on request.
THE NEW YORK SUN
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE BUREAU
170 Nassau Street New York
OR. CARREL'S STUDIES
TISSUE
Mnv
I.ond to Grcnt Adranccs In
Monlinp: Wounds and
FYiH'turrs.
TISSI'K .iriCKS A!tF. T'SKI
t
'I'ln Ki'pair of tnjurios Mny n
Timi' He Aided liy Artifi
eiii I .Menus.
Nr. AIpI Catrpl tlip RoritPfcl'pr
liiMllluti ha.4 In Hip (urrrnt I-hii it
I hp ,11111111111 a' .' r.'n'i hnrnlnl Mnlicitiit
an ailli'Ii' ti'llliis nf a I me -pi'lpf of px
pi rlnii'iita whli'h In. i.i lii.il i'iiniliictP(I
nn ih,. 1 1 in . t h i - iha' iiiidpr cprluln
t 'lull t n nr tri'mtiiPiit ru
wminiU m. iv Im hf.ilpd In lr"
dav ami a liniltcn Ipk nndp wr d
d.n r.
Illy pxppi'lnipnls had In vpw
iup'v nf Hip f,vt.ii'. that d"
aiiPOUS
than .
m four'
he d!-
r:nlni
i ii"d ucv
llli' '-.nwtil nf ti-F.,it... M
an I'liiailni.' tlip uinwth nf , m
H-'iip i iv af.itlclal inpnii-, an,! i
Ilia' Hi, nub w ii.i , Im ill ..i y
I'.i' tin !'nai".l!atp ipp'l n
in i -f li' psipi ltnr'i, ma
il!ti'.;,v ii'i'fnl.
Nr. i'a""i'; n.pirl!ipnt.'i n,'i
linn nf Illy spl I'lllatlnn ai in I'
I I'tll'H
r a
1 may
h. ii.-
i'i
t.i
t.i m-
IK'!' in Milan mil. niultipl
Pfl'l'l ' til." L't'il'VIll ,f t !-Jr
In IMS.- hp . - 'I 'i
Hidi iiian:ai .pIv i'ii Inilm
-hp Jiii.p- hi ill- i'iiwiIi i
an I lltl.
1 fi
t Uf
nf
I llrf I'
.I T.V
1 til.
ii'llHI
ismav.
isu.
IM It.
n
I "Illlefl.Ve lji.c iinil s itlle nf I
ii. tef.'s: Icy nf thnj:' .ii matins
Til" nietliud ci":-l'i:i- in mci-ii
"Melll nl' Hi" itrnvta of I
pl.H'i'd In not mal plu-tii i a i I ii
'iinliilnnist a ktioe.n n.i ti ; .
Jltlcc. The i iit'Mi't were III ue of.
inhryns I runt --i to iwen'v il;u
nf -pleell. lialllP.V, UlU-rle, c . nf
Mil..
Ilin.
.idii.t ehlrlteii. nf the : mn suit ma. of
thvr.ild Bland, .plreii rind mu-n of th
adult dm; and of ili-.-ti nf th" adult,
rahbli. The tissues w tp i in Inti mt.'
.-mall fiaitnient." ur cut and crmlivl
with -and In a niurnr or cut. "round
nnd f "r.Ki'ii in ic- and salt and t ini put
fi"- a h n limp In Hip Im uli.. tiv at
Ss ile';ivp.. C Afterward to one MilutiM
nf iIisiip werp added from one-thltil
nf a oIuiiip tu fo ir nr IHp voIiiiiips of
Illnqer solution. The tubes ontalnlnp
the mixture were put in cold storage.
Afler a period varvlnr; from a feir
mlnuiei to fventv davs the tubes were
cpiilrlfiidllzed. The supernatant fluhl
was used pure nr diluted."
Soni" specimens of connective, HsMts
were kept In a solution of blood plasm
alone, and Uiosp the doctor called "con
lm!j." As a result, he says. "In every
xperiment the fragments of heart. skin
I unil periosteum cultivated In plasma.
i roniainini; an extract crew more rap
Uilv tiinn their control.
"It Is certain thpn that tissue JuIcjm
have Hip puwpr tn actlvnto In vitro
ihn irruwtli of connective tlmue."
Elinor Gomsfock
Music School.
1V'"1'1' nil i!r vrhnnl l.i -rhrtlz' Mrtned.
11V. ""Artie"- nil I erlie'ltc imrll" Vncal,
Mcht li-mllnc. Iln-emt.le Plailn.
I 1 "" cuTi-rii ".rr,i 1 lae arranre.i in
uf "i'i ' ''"'"' ''''"ebnc Urrature am! I'liiorr
...... 1.,ss II.IMR (("tlKH'K,
Hltin Maill.en Alenue. lurk ItT.
NEW YORK CONSERVATORY
OF NORTHERN MUSIC.
In llnetalirn. Hirecmr head nf Ptann nept.
Holier Itlrkenid. eminent Hanl"'i Pn lii.i.
hcail ef Voice Department
1. Milan ( nnrnrit .Inna.en lllivthmtril nrrattl"
Inc llran-all- An and I'lnstle
STl lilt, am Vadium Aien-ie, T IIt.
mmi.,
ni t.u
ANGIER
II Ai'lIKK
11F
:.MIlri,
I ncll.-i aim l alUi.
"nnne 9il III nr.
1 no mi. Mr khiii m.
LOUISE VALVEROA-KELLEY
I l!'n'" Trirher. I'lipll nt '.elirllnn ilirbi
j Tue- anil lt rirrnnnns It" 1 arnetln ItalL
... 1. (oli.m.i: or mi. tit,
I'iM Kan r.sin ',(.
( neal anrt lnirumfntai lntriiet-in
WILLIAM C. CARL
1 (.1 II. MAN I 1. III. . s( 11. int.. .10 '-thL.
1 GRAND
I UNSFItl A lltlt)
nr Mi".if
1 I-I Weal
Mlh St
EMMA A. DAMBMANN
Contralto
Voice Culture. Conaartl
btlldln, Hnlel ( alutnel. 310 W Mlh.
KlU'lle. iy ("araceie Halt
uiniiu crunni ftxcbi'M uai kk nn-.ua
I 1 luini iiii'iuiiL
isenor'jensen
rrade, 1H7 tlrnaiiiiay. .VT.
piTialmi In nice i ultiire.
Sliiriln, HI W. T2it Rl.
"31 I till I IB IIITTEI I 1 '"'m In.trnctlnnana
r iiibbii mi a.a. 1 nemtili'. u 1 1 sth Aa.
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