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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1913.
BEAT HAN AND WIFE
Mr. anil Mr. Do Hmnwl Vic-, ,
thus of Slnjrulnr Outrao
1y Slcuthiiifr Party.
30 DAYS FOU IXTIU DKHS
Jndjrc Turns Donf Kar to Ex
cuse of Jealous Husband
Who Wants Divorce.
Mr. nnrl Mrs. Klcmer flO HApresi m i,
West Twelfth street were complainants In j
.teffomnn Market court yesterday nfter
noon against five men. the members of a
private sleuthing party, who broke into
the" .Sapresl apartments In mistake for
tho one adjoining.
Mrs. de H.tprcsl and her hubnnd had
had a fight at 2;30 o'clock In the morning
with it travelling salesman In search of
evidence ngalns his wife and a private
detective who had entered the wrong
apartment and attacked them. Mr. do
gitpresl Is nrt editor of tin- .Jcllnrnfor,
spd Hungarian by birth. James It. Bar
ring, the wife hunter; David Wlllard of
"." Kant 119th street, who was with him,
and threo other men In the raiding party
each got thirty days In the workhouse as
a result of this adventure.
In Pursuit of Ills Wife.
Starring, who lives at 238 Greene ave
nue, Ilrooklyn, has been separated from
his wife for threo jears. Jtc says thnt
on Monday night he happened lo see her
With a man known as I.ou Wilson, whoso
real name Is said to be Ievy. Starring
savs 'ho trailed the two to the Drayton
apartment house at 149 West Twelfth
street, and then telephoned to Milton For
rester of 227 West Seventy-fourth street,
who says he Is a law clerk for Henry
llrlll and Hunter & Hatch, lawyers at 5
Starring had his eye on an apartment
at the front of tho house one Might up,
the home of a Mrs. Henry. Henry is
said to have been Mrs. Earring's maiden
name. Forrester started for Twelfth
street, bringing with him Wlllard, Will
lam O'Connor, another prlvato detective,
llvln-r nt lis I.eiins-tnn avenue, was
O'Connor's friend Henry Freeh of 20 Kast J
Forty-eighth street, who Is in the vaude
The light In the apartment Starring was
watching had been extinguished some time
when the four men Joined Starring out
side. There was a conference In tho
street and It was decided that Starring
and Wlllard should go up the fire escape
to get evidence. Forrester supplied an
electric pocket lamp. The husband and
the detective hart to Jump for an Iron i
ladder that hung from the tire-escape anil
pull themselves up,
Once on the Iron i
platform they faced two windows pretty jmlne whether or not Mrs. Nelson L. Pol
close together, but belonging to different .lard of 111 Madison avenue, thf alleged
They didn't know that.
Entered Through Wfuiiir Window,
They picked the wrong window. A flash
f the lamp showed a man and a woman
They waved to the threo below and dived I
Once Inside Starring flashed his tamp
again and It awakened Mrs. de tSapresi.
The light went out as suddenly ns It hail
shone and the art editor's wife felt a
hand at her throat. She screamed once
at the top of her lungs.
De Sapresl awoke and bounded out of
bed. He struck ngalnst Wlllard. who
clutched him. They began to struggle.
Mrs. de Sapresl was fighting Starring.
The wife hunter dragged her to the Are
scape. Her nightgown was In pieces.
On the fire escape by the light of an nrc
lamp he realised that she was a stranger.
Mrs. de S.-ipres was screaming for help.
From the window she had got a glimpse
of the three men In the street, and not
knowing that they had any connection
with the attack she directed her cries
specially to them.
In the dark room the lithe editor was
renins' the belter nf the lierivlep Wlllnril
Heachlng for the wait over the bed Da Origiimi letter iiiietreii to nave i en written
Sapresl wrenched flee a Japanese sword i1''' i,r- I'ollard. Her liusbund took the
which hung there crossed with a dagger, stand and swore to receiving another
With this he laid open Wlllard's scalp. I letter which was written on the back of
The whole house had been roused t,y u note sent to Samuel D. Itlttenbouse, who
the sound of the fight and Mrs. de Sa- lives with the Pollards, by Garrett T. Dun
presl's screams. George K. Itobliison, a .hum. Frunk J. Hayes of 309 Hamilton
fourth floor tenant, pressed Ms button street, Paterson, a typewriter repair man,
to open the street door nnd in rushed then testified thnt the typewriting of the
Forrester. O'Connor nnd Freeh. Itobln- two letters was similar, both having been
son got to the De Sapresl door as soon as done by a Itemlngton No. 2 machine. Then
they. " lawyer Schlelmer gave him for a test sam-
"We are getting evidence against Mrs.
Henry for her husband!" shouted For
rester. Just then De Sapresl opened his
door and tumbled out with Wlllard.
Starring followed, still holding Mrs. de
Bapresl. Tho door snapped to, locking
all hands in the hall. ,
Forrester by this time had found out i
where the Henry apartment was and
there was n movement of the Invaders to
ward the door of It.
v Police fin the Scene.
Some one had blown n police whistle.
It was said the whistle came from Mrs.
Henry's apartment. It brought Police
men McNulty and Cleveland nt this in
stant. Just In time to save the door of
the Henry apartment. Out of the dire
confusion the nollco managed to extract
the main facts of tho case and they
placed the Intruders under arrest.
An ambulance call was sent In, nnd
there was work for tho doctor who came.
The art editor had a cut on hli
forehead, another on his hand. His wife's
throat was scarred. De Sapresl had also
wounds on the. arm and back, caused, he
said, by Wlllard biting him. Wlllard's
scalp vas cut.
In the De Sapresl rooms plaster had
been knocked from the wall, furniture
had been overturned, a valuable glass
lampshade, a vase of Bohemian glass and
Mveral antiques, Including, a carved
stone box, had been smashed. The money
loss Is about 1300, but some of the things
ruined had come down through several
generations of De Sapresls and were
valued on that account.
Before Magistrate Corrlgnn In Jeffer
son Market court Zarrlng testified thnt as
he watched the window of the npartment
house he saw his wife and Wilson, or
Levy, nnd neither was fully dressed.
"Well, wasn't thnt sufficient evidence?"
demanded the court.
The testimony showed that it hadn't
been enough for Zarrlng; he had desired
more and had tried to get it; and the
others had In some degree assisted him.
The Magistrate sentenced each of the
five raiders to thirty days in the work
house. Forrester said glibly:
"Can't your Honor change that to a
"No!" said Corrlgan. "Vou. as a law
clerk, should have known better, and
O'Connor, as a State detective, should
be broke. It Is a scandal and dlsgrare
to New York city, tho way private de
tectives assume powers that the law does
not confer even on the police. Mr. de
Sapresl would have been legally Justified
.In killing you all."
A man and a woman who were pointed
out as Wilson or Levy nnd Mrs. Henry
were In court ns observers, but slipped
out quickly. Mrs. Henry's apartment
seemed to be empty yesterday, for the bell
Mrs, te Saiirrsl'a Story.
Mr. and Mrs. de Sapresl were In court.
The editors wife had not recovered from
the anock of her experience. Afterward
she eeld ;
qt 'Sly Uu.Ua4. wiu CKtfialy ue thai.
people for thla outrage. It was terrible
torrlblel , .
''The first I know wm tho flash of light
In my fco. Then In tho dark a man's
hand clutchoit my throat and ho tried to
choke mo. My husband fought with that
bis", henvv detective, nnit the other nlflll
j drs sued mo to tho firo escn'pe and tore
my nightgown to plceos.
husband struggling all this time. It
seemed very Ion bofore tho light wan
turned on. Tho man who held me shouted
to tho other that they had (jot the wrong
''Of courso wo thought they were
burglars. When the man my husband
was fighting with heard his comrade shout
that we were the wrong people ho tried
to stop, but 'my husband didn't under
stand and kept at him. Neither of us
understood what was the matter until we
were nil locked out In the hall and one
of the men In the street who had coma
upstairs said they wcro looking for MrJ
"It does not seem as If thirty days for
each of those men was enough punish
men, hilt ftnr-hftna tt la nit thn ltw nl.
,,.. t , gurn mmuw will not mnlrn
up for the terror of tho cxperlcnco or for
tho Indignities my husband and I
SACKETT OUT FOR GOVERNOR.
Widely Known .trtaper Mnn
Olvea niy Jersey a Snrprlar.
Newark, N. J Aug. 12. William K.
Hacked, n newspnper writer, nnnounced
to-dny that ho would be a candidate at
the primaries for the Democratic Guber
natorial nomination. He enters tho field
against acting Governor Fielder of
Jersey City nnd Frank S. Kntzenbach
of Trentqn with a proclamation of his
Independence of any master except the
people. Ills statement of Intentions Is
picturesque. He will depart from the
beaten path in his campaign In order that
ho may tnko the people Into his con
tldcncd. Mr. Packet!, who Is tho author of
"Modern Ilattles of Trenton," says thnt
among other things ho Is responsible for
starting of the movement that mado the
late Mr. Hobart Vice-President of tho
United States, also for the events that
led to Woodrow Wilson's election as
Governor of New Jersey. He says he
raused the abatement of the moltqiilto
nuisance, nnd put James E. Martlno into
the United Htntes .Senate.
Everybody In politics In New Jersey
knows or has known Mr. Sackett.
NEAR FIGHT AT HEARING
OF "POISONED PEN" CASE
Husband of Accuser of Eliza
beth Woman ltestraiued
From Attacking I.awvcr.
Kuzauuth, N. J.. Aug. 12. This town Is
still hungry for more primatlous In the
poisoned pen" case. To-day's hearing
before Judje Owen P. Mnhon to deter.
writer of tho letters, ithould be held for
the Grand Jury did not satisfy the popu
lace's appetite. There were countless
minor thrills, however, during the two
.,'.",.lrB .'" v.hlch "cvr'? V""''5."'" testified
i"",, 7,, ''5 """" "urieu munis at
, ;'I',"n,n?1 ln. ,,H
fxp,i'ted until Mrs. Pollard hns a hearing
,ln Newark Thursday as a result of her
nrrext ny tne l edernl authorities. Judge
Mnhon reserved decision after tu-du's
hearing and will probably wait until after
Thursday to announce It. .
All of Kllzabeth that could crowd Into
the police court at to-day's hearing did
so. They stood tlx deep around the
room and hung In the windows from the
outside. There were muny women among
It was a lively hearing from the time
Mrs. Pollard came Itno court wearing
two veils to make her cainernproof until
Attorney J. Unvid for Mrs. Chnrles F.
Jones, the complainant, had examined the
last witness. Then Samuel .Schlelmer. the
defendant's counsel, rested without calling
a witness and told the court that the
Complainant had fulled to make out a
Mrs. Jones testified to receiving the
(P'es rrom three machines. Hayes admitted
thut he couldn't tell what machines had
Schlelmer tried to show that Mrs,
Thomas Jones, a sister-in-law of the com-
plalnant, had kept a typewriter, hidden
from her husband, nt her home. This she
denied on the stand. She admitted that
she and her sister-in-law had not spoken
for a couple of years,
When Dr. Charles F. Jones said on the
stand that Mrs. Pollard had written the
letter to b in Attorney Schlelmer retorted:
I "Answer my questions and don't get
Dr. Jones made a move toward the
luwyer, but was restrained.
A portion. of the letter referred to Bald:
"This Is only a warning to you that your
sisters-in-law are as thick as Jersey mos
quitoes. They are In a fashionable re.
sort having gv.it sport writing anony
mous letters to your wife' Kllznbeth
ARMSTRONG FIGHTING DIVORCE.
Playwright Objects to Paying Ilia
Wife 17,300 a Year Alimony.
raul Armstrong, the playwright, filed
objections In the Supremo Court yester
day to a report by J.Hampden Dougherty
as referee recommending a decree of
divorce for Mrs. Bella Abell Arm
strong. Tho defendant says the refereo
made many errors of law in admitting
evidence for the plaintiff nnd excluding
evidence he offered, but he objected par
ticularly to an award of 17,500 a year
Armstrong says there is no evidence
to support the finding that $7,500 a year
is reasonable, Because ne gets a salary
of $15,000 for a period covering two
years and not 115,000 a year, The de
fendant also objects to a finding that
"because of the defendant's reputation
as a playwright It Is reasonably expected
that he will earn largo sums In tho
TEARLE HAY BE IN CONTEMPT.
Actor Who Kloned la In Trouble for
An order by Hupreme Court Justice
Weeks directing Conway Tearle, the actor,
and husband of ttoberla Menges Corwln
Tearle, to show cause why he shouldn't
be punished for a contempt of court In
falling to pay $1,20: alimony to Josephine
Park Tearle, who divorced him a year
ago and named his present wife as cor
respondent, was filed yesterday. The
order was served on Tearle on the steam
ship dock when ho arrived with his wife
from Murope on August 10.
Tearle was directed to pay $63 a week
alimony until last November, when he got
the amount reduced to $25 a week. Mrs.
Tenrlo says that the actor married the
correspondent aa aoon as the final decree
whs filed and lived In luxury with her
at 320 West Eighty-third atraat. Mrt m.
1 ! tQBVMiraMumi
KILLS JEERING WIFE
Year-Old Daughter and
Tries to Escape.
SHOOTS AT HIS PUHSt'KKS
Is Captured by Policemen After
Struggle in Street
Tells of Nival.
Yllirenzo ('ainpenelll, a shoemaker, out
of work and madly Jealous of his wife,
shot and killed her last night. Then ho
shot his elevcn-yenr-nld daughter and
after vaulting backyard fences and shoot
ing at two others was marie captive by
threo pollienien. An upper East Sidn
crowd blackened the streets In his wake
ns ho was taken to the police station,
Cnmpanolll was .10 years old and II oil
on tho third floor of 517 Kant Klghty-slxth
street. His dead wife, Concetti, "as 32.
When Mary, tho daughter, returned homo
from tho grocery laden with bundles sho
hoard her father say to her mother
'You're not to go out at nil to-night.
You'll slay right here."
Tho vvlfe made some reply which her
daughter didn't hear.
Campanelli then drew n pistol nnd shot
the woman twice. Sho fell dead with bul
lets through her head nnd breast, Mary
rushed toward hor father. Ho fired once
nnd tho bullet tore tho flesh of her chook.
Tho shoemaker ran downstairs nnd Into
tho back yard. Over the fences ho went
westward towanl Avenue A. In tho yard
of .107 Kast Klghty-seventh street Charles
Kuering, Janitor there, threw n brick nnd
wis shot nt once,
Detective Itynn ran from the stoop of the
East Klghty-elght'i street police station at
tho sound of this shot. Detective I.ieuten-
untsTlcho ami Cousins had heard the first
shots nnd ere coining up Aveuuo A on a
The three policemen anil a big crowd
were on hand as Cnmpaiietll popped out of
tho area way of Dr. Herman Schwartz's
house at 1460 Avenue A.
Ho held them all ut bay a moment Then
Tlcho ran toward him. Cnmpanolll fired
once. Tlcho whs unhurt and they grappled.
The shoemaker started to use his pistol
butt, but the tvvo other policemen over
Cuinpnnelll made n stntement to the
police In which he said his wife had been
going with another man. He didn't know
his rival's name, but said his wife had re
ceived Jewels from tho man. When ho
told her she must stay nt homo sho
replied contemptuously, he said, nnd
then ho shot.
COLLEGE SOLDIERS QUIT CAMP.
Ur. Drinker Gives Serious Talk Af
ter Hide Practice.
.Mt. Ok etna", Rt Aug. 12. Dr. H. T.
Drinker, president of Lehigh University,
South Bethlehem, delivered an address
before the United States student soldiers
to-night. To-morrow they will break
ramp here nnd leave for their homes. Dr.
Drinker chniacterizod this year's camp as
the opening wedge of a movement which
promises to assume gi eater proportions
next year, as its benefits have already
been demonstrated an'd Its importance is
Dr. Drinker dwelt on the importance
of preparing for war In time of peace and
urged upon the students to make known
In their home towns and colleges the
alue of their military Instruction nt
Gettysburg and here. He advised them
to make use of the newspapers at home
and college publications In disseminating
Dr. Drinker spoke to the student sol
diers Immediately following their return
from the State rifle range, where they
spent the day In rifle practice. It was
announced this evening that 73 per cent,
of tho 140 students had qualified and
markFtnanshlp medals furnished by tho
National Bltto Association were ills
The United States Army Instructors
und the engineers company will go to
Pkittshurg ' Barracks, New York, on
ALL YEAR HOSPITAL FOR F00R.
.Seaside Hospital Kitrlid Mummer
Period fur Children.
Tho bonrd of trustees of St. John's
Guild nnnounced yesterday thnt hence
forth Its new seaside hospital at New
Dorp, Staten Island, which heretofore has
been opened only during the summer
months for the chic of the sick children,
will continue Its service through the whole
To this service also will be added the
caie of convalescent mothers who have
been discharged from the different hos
pltuls of the city, but who uru not fit to
resume household cures.
So far this season 1.G2 41 patients have
been admitted to tho seaside hospital.
Any child who Is sick or In an "acutely
depressed physical condition" Is received
at the hospitals of the guild without ques
tion. The seaside hospital was started In
the summer of 1881, and It has ut present
an equipment of twenty buildings.
HOLDUP IN PELHAM BAY PARK.
Thief Snatche nirPa Watch, Knocks
Her Ilown and Escapes.
Mlllun Wltzel. daughter of John Wit
zel, a boat builder of 723 Eagle nvenue.
The Bronx, was held tip nnd robbed by
an unidentified man In Pclham Bay Park
last night. The man ripped oft a gold
watch which was pinned to Miss Witzel'a
waist, knocked her down nnd escaped.
Miss Witzcl was on her way from the
summer tent colony In the park, where
her family Is staying, to tho New York.
New Haven and Hartford station at Bar
tow, City Island. While she was walk
ing through some thick woods the robber
leaped out upon her from the bushes.
Her screams brought Policeman John
Kennedy of the City Island police sta
tion. He chased tho thief In vain. Miss
Wltzel though considerably hurt refused
medical aid and went to her home.
C0NNELL DENIES EVERYTHING-.
One More I.eaal Doonment In Con.
Another chapter was added to the fam
ily troubles of Borough President Maurice
Connolly and his brother-in-law,
Aloyslua o. Halloran, yesterday by tho
filing of an answer to the suit for slander
brought by Mr. Halloran against his
father-in-law, James II. Connell.
Mr. Connell denies all the allegations of
Mr. Hnllaran nnd Ofks that the suit be
dismissed with costs to the plaintiff. He
also declares nn Information that Hal
loran broke Mrs. Halloran's ankle. He
says Halloran Is responsible for the pub
licity given to their family uftalrs.
William Hasquln, Jr., of Flushing, who
filed the answer fur Mr, Connell, le also
attorney for Mrs. Halloran In her eult for
Barrotrs I.eacne for Justice Foatri.
Tho Barrowa league, an organization
which concerns Itself with the welfare of
discharged convicts, has adopted resolu
tions favoring the rcnomlnatlon of Judge
Warren W. Foster ,of the Court of Gen
eral Heisona, whoso term expiree) thhi
5 Nj5 4j&
$15 now for two-piece
Light worsteds, flannels,
The majority were $20.00,
$22.00 and $25.00.
All sizes 32 to 54 chest.
$15 buys three-piece suits,
Serges and Summer mix
tures that were much higher.
At $20 and $25 now-three-piece
suits from still
$3.50 for odd trousers that
were $5.00 to $8.00.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Store
t at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
ART CRITIC DROPS TO
DEATH FROM WINDOW
David C. I'rever's liody round
at Hottoin of Airshaft Falls
From Fifth Floor.
I'OMCK THINK IT ACCIDKXT
Friend Says lie Had Asthma
and Thinks He May, Have
Leaned Out for Air.
David C. Preyer, nn nrt rrltlc con
nected with the Metropolitan .Museum
of Art, was killed early yesterday morn
ing by falling fiom the window of his
bedroom on the fifth floor of the San
Salvador apartments at Central Park
West and Ninety-eighth street. The
body struck an awning on the third floor
and rolling off fell down to the paved
floor of the alrshaft. Mr. Preyer's neck
was broken and his skull fractured. He
wax dead when he was picked up.
The body, dressed only In night clothes,
fell so clone to the wall of the building
that the jndlce were "uuviured that the
critic accidentally dropped from the
Mr. Treyer and his wife went to
Kingston, Ontario, In June to spend the
summer. He returned to this city last
Saturday, Mrs. Picer remaining In
Kingston for a few weeks longer.
Heard Critic'. Hotly Fall.
When they left town they let their
apai Unuit to two yuung men, Frank
McCreery und llernard I .a Furge. These
were the only other persons In the apart
ment when Mr. Preyer fell from the
window. The body was found by Charles
Pippin, supeiluteudeut of the building,
who heard it strike the pavement.
Mr, La Furge said thut .Mr. Preyer
was a sufferer from UKthtnu und thut
the critic's health wus inn down when
he went to Ontario. On his leturn.
howeei, his health seemed much lm
proed and his asthma less troublesome.
He appeared to be In excellent spirits
and gave no hint of melancholia, lie
cause of the asthma, Mr. La Paige said,
Mr, Preyer often had difficulty In breath
ing ut night and frequently got up and
went to the window for nlr. The sill of
the window from which he fell Is not
high, und Mr. La Farge said he thought
thut Mr. Preyer had gone to tho open
window that he might breathe better
and lennlbg out, hnd lost his balance,
The police said that when u person
Jumps from a window Intentionally the
body usually Is found' further from the
wall than was Mr, Preyer's.
Author of Flouka on Art.
Mrs. Preyer was notified nt once. It
was understood that sho left for New
York at once.
Mr. Preyer was 60 years old and a
native of Holland. He had spent most
of his time In thla country for some years
past, making frequent trips to Kuropo to
visit the galleries there. He wus the
author of "The Metropolitan Museum of
New York," "Art of the Netherland Ual-
lerles," "Art of the Berlin Galleries,"
and "Art of the Vienna Oallerles," be
sides muny articles for the magazines
and for art publications, tie was at
work on another volume of criticism at
the time of his death.
CHARLTON PREDICTS ACQUITTAL.
Wife "layer, to Br Taken to Italy,
Will Plead Insanity.
Porter Charlton, who Is to be deported
to Italy on the ne d'ltalia or the Lloyd
Bnbaudo Line to face trial for the alleged
murder of his wife on the shores of Lake
Como three years ago, said yesterday In
his cell In the Hudson county Jail, whore
he has been since his arrest shortly after
the murder, that he will be, a free man
within a few months.
Giovanni Camera, a member if the
Itlalan House of Representatives, will
represent Charlton at the trial. The plea
of the defence will be that Charlton was
Insane at the time of tho crime and his
three years confinement In Jersey City
served all ends of Justice.
Acting Consul-Oeneral Giuseppe don
tlle of Manhattan legation said, that the
reason Charlton le tielng returned to
Italy as a steerage passenger is because
nothing better Is provided for people be
ing returned aa prlsonors. During the
voyage Charlton will not be allowed to
mingle with tho other passengers and his
quarters will be completely Isolated, with
one of the two Italian officers on guard.
Charlton will be taken to the steamer
by detective from Hherlff N. Peter
Wedln'e office before 9 o'clock on Thurs
day morning. They will turn their pris
oner over to the Italian authorities.
Paul Charlton, the prisoner's father,
wm sail on tne eame steamer to M
eat at the total.
EARL & WILSON
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VIIIWIIIHII .,. A roIK.. i'jIj
and It IS
Dell 'Oru. others.
Hew Featires Daily 3
Fun Every Minute
pOLUMIIA ;uv;, BURLESQUE i&r
V Inc. KOSELANO GIRLS
jjAMMERSTEIN'S i:ftft .vTH AW
11 RflnF 4 "ally M NKfiin 1W1
linUUr ;!..' n-T.y. And lintlre .Sew Hill,
bronx m siix'ru
HB& "QUO VAOIS?"-,
1ST0R U'ery. DajMtirl.Sim..?.A) A SM.x&icK.
t ou. mhiic presents flita Wsille7"
HVarAHSI, 1 he l-huiu I'lay UUO laOIS!
BTH AVE." "Y IFHV i c"irr- Kw.
s, n." l'l. Doolcv and
),ill lals. JJ-..tv Sayles and 8 111 it Acts.
OTILS AN UHTABHAM-ra.
14th Street, near Forth A r
Cmntnunirralth .lie., ltnnttm
The Distinctive- Boston House
An ruprciallj uititini; liome
Air Hold, An lluttrattd
HooUcI on rriiieaf
I'uiinnifsf lor automobile vartit:
Canadensis, I'oeono Mountains.
MKW HrRI'tr (All IN INM-Kooms en
suite with tiath. lloullne. I'ont. Another Amuse
ments, tiarase. Liter). Saddle Hi r.es. Illus.
Ilooklet. fjcua. II. It. to fresco Sta. W. J, t
M. R. I'ltlCK. Canadensis, I'a.
Mount rocono, ra.
Mt. Pliaunt Hmm sWyMir,.
W. S. A II. S, I.IIWMI, Ml. I'oeono, I'a.
rnwlrk-on-ts-Nond, Nsybrook. Conn.,
Opens Season WIS June IT. Cool, comfortable
family hotel; all outside rooms, will! or without
bato; eolf. trnnlt, bathlni, boatlne; rhlldren
welcome: rates lll.io and un per week. Send (,ir
booklet. II. C. (IHAI'MAN I'rnn
McAJJOO BARRED TEXAS PROXY.
Wouldn't lot Wall Street llntikrr
Attenil Crop MovIiih- t.'on fere nee.
Oaueston, Tex., Aub, )2. An Incident
In tho recent mectlns of Southern nnd
Vestern tankers with flecretnry of Hhe
Treasury McAcloo nt Washlnnton reirnrd
Inic tho plucliiK of (Invcrnnient funds In
banks for crop moving Is amusliiR tho
banklnK community here,
When the .Secretary Invited represen
tatives of tho leadliiK cleurltiK' house asso
ciations of the South to tf" to WnshlnK
ttm to confer on the deposits the clear
ing houao hero decided that, ns It wus a
lonB trip to Washington It wnitld com
mission a former member to In lt
behalf. The man they selected wus 11. It.
BldredKe, now n vice-president of thu
National City Hank of Now York,
When the request for Mr, KldredRe lo
act was received at tho National City
Hank, there were (Trove doubts as tn
whether Mr. Klrtrodne, as a Wall Street
banker, would he persona grata at tho
Treasury Department conference. They
asked Secretary McAdoo. The reply camo
hack In effect, "Certainly not.'" Onlvcston
waa represented, but not by Mr. HI-
"-raX lnTam -SetsT- (
HKOUMD MILES TNMVQHKW
atmvi Kim woiidhusO
Connectlni the Moil Ftmeut Ruorli
The finest hotels, the most
magnificent scenery, the hestj
roads, are all Included on I his I
great Interilate hlghK.r. . . 1
If bound for I lie llerkstilre.
White Mountains or Maine, The
Ideal Tour Is the Ideal War.
The Ideal Tour K011I0 Boek
anil map free by mall from
AI.MUN V. .111)1),
The KI.T4)N, Malerbnrj, Conn.,
or on application at
110 llroadnar, New York.
TAKE THE lf)EAL TOUR
Moat of the hotel will remain open
until Ormbrr 20th to accommodate In-
treating ran inuring ratrenage.
Till! Kl.TO.V.. Watrrbury.Oonn
IIOTI.'I, AHI'INWAl.t.. . Unm. .Mao
Kyt'INOX not'sii. Manchester, VT
Tlfi: OIIAM.tDKN .. Sunapee Uhc. N. It.
SV.W 1'IIOKII.i: Jlot'.NK Prollle Houae. N, II.
1 ur; aioi'.vr WANiii.t,Ti)?i 1 motion
Tlfi: MOUNT I'l KASANT . tWootla. N. II.
f'HAWKoni) lrnt'SK..(-rauford .Notch. AMI,
POLAND SI'HINO lltil'SK ll'olancl Spring,
MANSION IIOltSK Maine.
COMitinsS avt.'.Mti: Hon:!.. Portland. Me
IIOTKI. WC.M WOUTII New Canle. N. If
IIOTKL VKNDOMi: Rthm,Mw.
iiiiii.l. uru a.ih iui Moaion, AiaM.
IIHIARCL1FI' UHKIt: flrlarsltAManor...Yl
IN THE MOUNTAINS OF llF.RKftlllHK.
UN TDK IDEAL TOl'll,
AI.MON '. 4111)1), MANAI1EH.
The most accessible Mountain Itraort
noii, tiip centre or mntor tuurlnpr. 'le
tlKlitfiillVKltuuteil for 0 permanent "ojourn,
Krdecorateil ami! nfty new baths tilts year.
In AUKUKt the llorkphlrta are at their
tienl (luir, tennis, rliltnK. inolorlnr iimld
cool, Invleoratlns ulr at u.i elevation ut
rSDK.lt HA.MK MAN'AliF.MENT
In the scenic Xaupatuck Valley, the
gateway to tne EerltaMrrr,
TUB KLTON, WATKHUUItr. CONN.
The Most Attractive Country Hotel
Adjacent to New York City
cAtiDr.N tirr, i.o uland
Improved and Enlarged
Capacity Doubled 1912
One of the ;rsst exrlu&lve country hotela
In America. A combination ot country life
and metropolitan hotel luxury wldom found.
Lery outdoor and Indoor amusement. AU
rooms with private bath and every modera
convenience. I mllea from New York.
Frequent electric train fervlee. JS minutes
to new l-enn Station or Wall Street.
a Hindteme New a Le Ctrl RttUurent
Cuisine and service aiialinr to the most
r.actlne. J.J. LANNIN CO., Prop.
SWEPT BY OCEAS BREEZES
Celebrated musical concerts. Open lr nestau
rant, America's leading Seashore Hotel.
.OHTII ASni'ltY PARK, .V .1.
ron.trurtrd ot brick and stone.
Hot and cold sea water batba.
Superior riilslne. While service,
ljinr Distance Telephones.
Under the management ot
FRANK F. SHUTE
.1. O. Ilrnnlf, Asa't Manatee.
J ASDL'KY PAttK hotel list ana new 1-CMe
V (ulde book and man tor 9 cl. stamp. MUH1
CII'ALI.NKOIIMATIU.V UURKAU.suo Boardwalk
marlboronsb - IcnMm
ATlNTIC CITY, ,. J.
JOSIAIt WUITK & SONS COMPANY.-
ROLI.l.NU TRAJKIE. IND.
For Hojs and Young Men.
THE INTERUJCEN SCHOOL
MAKES STRONG MEN.
It prepares for admission to collese and Ameri
can nr lluiopean t.'nltersltlrs: the Intcrlakrn
tmvs worU as well as study: they manage an SOU
aric estate: loy taken from V to is years ol
ate; terms to m. Only a few vacancies.
Write for Illustrated catalog.
The Interlaken School
llolllnc i'raltle, Iji 1'orle County. Indiana,
"0 miles Kast of Chicago,
WASHIMiTON, M. l
I'or lloya and Youn'e Men.
National Cathedral School
I Stiburtu Wool en Hunt St. Altta, Witklattii, 0. C.
t)ilers exceptional advantages In the preparation
of boys for colleges and tor business. Student
he unusual opportunity to hear and Unovt men
prominent in puiuie tne. aiagniucrnt grounds
athletic Held, ei'innaslum.
he lllshop ur nsshlnaton It.plseopali I'real-
dent lloaril ot Trn.tees. send today fur earn
logue. Aildresa F.. I.. tiRF.titi, Headmaster,
llo I an.
PORT Iir.FOHIT. MO.
For Rosa and Youne Men,
The Tome School
An Hntloirfd Preparatory School for Hoyt.
Thomas Stockham Ilaker, I'h. I),, Head llaslrr,
Port Deposit, Md.
KI. PAHO, TKXAK.
For Olrls and Young Womea.
yon aim. 3.
F.I. I A SO, TEXAN.
A school ot Eastern standards In the un.
anrpaasrd climate of the Southwest. School
year beglna September 11. Full Informs,
lion on request.
OHA W. I,. SLATER. Principal.
For (ilrla and Young Women,
THE McAULKY ACADEMY
M1HSKVII.U', .V. Y
Co-edueatlonal, exceptional advantages, heallh.
fulness, emelenry, jo exprnsra, and parrnta in
trrested In a sehool of this character should not
fall tn fully investigate Ita methods. Slater Marv
For Olrls and Young Woman,
:'"".r.'i' : ,v.":: v-i uattw ni n
iu, inn i,.M, iu ,m y, w , ,.. v,,.r. n r.t.t i n, 11.,
If hem. I'a.
FREE mMWJWS u-s-
1010 Times Uidc. Phone Bryant :5.
NKW YORK New York tilt.
For Boys and Young Men,
fir hit, Cttttllc iHrtflif Md Oiy Sciiodl
directed by the Christian llroihers. A1,
vtilhln tho environs of the Cliy. centred V,
beautiful tlurre Park, bordering on V l
of lng Island Sound. Prepares for ( oii-i
and tluslness, combines religious trnln s
mlilinryillselpllne. Allathletirs. t'ataioi?,'
i:V. IlllOflll.tl KDMt M, P," ,'?''';
KMY tnilO.MX.) ,m:w YORK i '"
Is a Collega Prepiriior.
Sehool with strong ft.
mary snd Junior (info,
Modern school burning
Urge Ormns.lum. s:sth
year beglna Spt. Itu,
U. W. TIth Bt.he.
End Avenue, New york
A. T. Wsrt.s, Rtsdmtitfi,
For Olrls and Young Women,
DP. I.4XT.Y SCIIOOI. I lift tilliia,
SOI W, tTJth St. (Cor. West rtiii Ave
I'lementary. high sihool anil enllece niensrv.
lory. . . 11
A sehool for the careful education of (,iri. ,r i
the cultivation of the higher qualities ,, ..if.,.!
Ilant vtomnnhoiHl. Kindergarten diiriu,eni
Classes for small bovs. "tut,
ear lloolt on Application,
Tel tr.'l Itlver
THU VON KNIU! SCHOOL ny U sir
tn Wesl BUtb St.. .V. V K
Three divisions mnrnlir sf.
lernnnn, evenlnir. In s . i n,ti.
venienreni student 'Ji. re
course. Degree, of I i i '
M ., J.O. Scliunl o;icns be
Auureui..J I iimpklns,Sce.,Voshingiun nj
M'.M YOltK IU) Slhonl IT4iinnvi
I .A W St IIOOI, h venlnr Si hoot. .ets 1 nrk I ii.
Near courts and lawyers' niters Imici
MethiKl" of lnmi.ctloii, using both tieallMss , i
cases. Sind for analogue I.',.
(ii:i)H(iK fllASI'. Hetn
Kuslness Colleges For Roth Sstta
UluinilKBu,lnM Inilltule.Broadsat 1 72tf $i
IlfllWD II atfnoeraphr.lloolikeeplnt.SeefeUrni
Course. Civil Bcmice. See Cttaioci
I.AItl.Y MCIIT SdllMII..
UflAfiL fl.' nirect from hu.ine
, iimr i,ueri irnm nu.ln.
Tribune Hide. Tel. Ikei.-
Fur lloth Sexes,
T)r. Rryant'a School for Stammering.
Complete training for mind and voice habUs.
(3 Wstt 40th Street. Tel, Uryant 1071.
TABRYTOlVN-ON-llt'DSOX. N. T.
Far Olrls and Young Womea.
THE CASTIF Miss C.r. Mason's ab.
inb VAOlLEi urban School for Olrlt
Tarrytown-on-Iludson, .w Tork
Upper School tor girls 13 to :i: Iiner School 'a
girls S to IS. All departments. College prepars.
tory, graduating and special courses, renlflcsw
admits to leading colleges. New York City Anni
European class lor study and travel. I'or ctrcii'
MISS c. E. MANON, LI.. M Box
THE MISSES METt'AI.F'S llttARDINt. A. Ml
UAY SCHOOL FOR OIIII.S.
department for Olrls under twelve, ilodera
NKW YORK, TAnnVTOVyX-ON-Hl'OSOX
FI.tSHIXO, I At NO ISLAND.
For Boys apd Young .Hen.
KYLE INSTITIJTE.nFLlisHING, LONG ISL.
Hoarding School for Hot a t,f All Aar.
Deplete with all modem Improvements a
equipments. 0m.. Svvlm. Pool A Jlodel Cla-
avvsssv. wtieitiuiir'nii nu iuiiiu-s iu .inillll'
Mlllt. Drill. Moderate terms. IS jears of succo
miwil.' LI it. rnl'li IV 1 l.r.
NEW ROCUEI.I.E. Westchaster Co.. N. V.
For Girls and Young Women.
College of New Rorhelle, New Roche
X. Y. A Catholic 'Institution for the HUhc
Education of Women. Chartered by the Rege
of the I'nlverslty of the State of New York, e
Course of Domestic Science. Catalogue iti
t pon Itequest.
For Hoys and Young Men,
CIIAMIIERI.AIN MILITARY I.NSIITI II.
Randolph. N. 1.
High tirade Prepjrnlor.r Mlltlnrr School,
i:ntlre eipense not over VpO.
Col. James i: num. Itamlolph, V V
POTSDAM, N. Y. Musical.
fiRlMC NORMAL INSTITCTEnf Ml S(
Unnilt Potdam,..V. Trainlncschni,''
Supervlsorsof Music In public schools, liothsrvo
Voice. Harmony, Form, lr Training, s.j. i
Singing, Catalog, ,
FHKEHOLD, X. .1.
For Boja and Young .Men.
Freehold Military School
New Jersey Military Academy
.Srnool for hoys 7 to in years. Academy fr i ,
boys. Tliorough ptepsratory for college nr
ness. Iteautlful lotvttlou. Individual rare unit
structlnn, .Voderu fiulpnient. gymnasiur s n' .
letlc llelds. Hales lor school. I.'.l to Mai
emy. JIT5 to Mill. I'or catalogue address
Major! HAS. M. Dt'NCAN, Hot s;i. Irct holil.
IIACKKTTSTOVYN, NT J.
For Olrls and Young Woman.
CENTENARY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
For Olrls of High I hnrarler.
Irge modern buildings; pipe organ. :.'i tils'
swimming pool, gymnasium, Inse. outdnor i
music, art. domestic science, college nrepa a
J-year College Course. Ilntes I.'").
Hi ":i'KJ:"' !'h l.. 1'res Ask for taM
1010 Times tlldg. Phone llryant 2(11. ,
For Oirla and Young Women,
NAZARETH, KENTt'CK Y.
Conducted by the Staters of Charity of s 't'e
Coarses thorough. Methods progre.slie.
r.xeenent aatantages in .Music n ml trt.
refectories, recreation halls, auditorium
une iiiuseum. terms moiieiale.
Address. Till: niHi:CTti:ss, Narareth Ky
For no) a and Young Men.
Kentucky Military Institute
The School with a Winter Home In Florida.
Mlh year. 1'reparaiorv and collegiate course'
Special courses In engineering, prepvrators 'i
technical universities and for those unable to c
lo college. Two.year course In selenliae UtA
pracilcalagrlciiliure. New tlreproof science tunn
ing. For catalogue, address
The PRINCIPAL, K.M.I., l.vndon, Kenturkf
For lloya and Young Men.
Itornwaii. tonn. a Home seiiixil for boys
In tho Utchnrld Hills. Careful preparallmi fm
secondary schools, particular iificifMu (n I
tormaUon ol manly cnaracter anit go'tt ftiiiih
Athletics nnd gymnasium under mitIm"i:
I'nutual health rrroul. three hours fn
New York, for catalogue address
tOUll H, 1CHUTIE. M. a.. Headmaitcr, Bo I
MEHCERSHl'RO, PA. For Hoys.
The Mercersburg Academy
FOR BOVS Mercersburg. 'a.
Send for catalogue to
am. Haaa Irtlne, Ph.D.. I.L.O., HeaUaialr
For Bere and Young Ma.
STAUNTON MiUTARY ACADFMY
largest rrltrate Academy In Cnlted M.i!".
Hoys from A SiateN Pure, bracing motinlvln e
CHAROKS) a.'l0. Ask (or free Ciials.
(STAUNTON. VA.. or NKW MIIIKCU' ot'l I'
1010 TIME UI.IHi. 'Phone llr.tant J4il,
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