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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
U.S. TO REMOVE
r M . 1. 1
Objects to 1g duns 3l('iuic
inr Vera Cm. His
PRINCETON "GANG" JEALOUS
OF THAT LUCKY GLEE CLUB
VILLA NOT TO KXTKK
CAPITAL KOI. A WKKK
p-ri.jl Vahlt lunnt'ch to Tun HtN.
r. Curs!, Nov. IS.-It bccuim known
heif to-tlay th.it Urn. Carraiuu has rc-que-stn
tho I'nlted Stairs Government
to remove t lit .Mlnni-sota and ntlior war
hips from tin' limlor bete.
The Department of lielatlons gnvei out
a stitemt'itt tn-nlght tlml the ev euAtlon
of Win I'liir. vva a gratifying lirotif of
"A'llson's frluidshlp, lut tli.it it wus no
more thiin right and Juh; tint Aimilcan
Warships should be icmnicd iiImi.
It was -aid that the IiIk gun on tho
vessels were taken by Mexicans ns a
menacing altitude on tho part of tin'
1,'nlted Statin, and It was best to re
tnovc ult lrai i-. nf tutiiiuue
The V.r Chief went lo Jalupa to
night with (lr:i. Obrcgoti to uwalt tho
nrrlvnl of Gin. l.uclon Wanco, who Is
now a prisoner It In thought thnt Car
r.mza will paidon Hlancn because of lila
valuable scivk-cs in the If volution.
l'assitigrrs arriving from .Mexico city
report that ceimpatatlv.. epjlctnoss pre
VILLA GOES SORT 11.
But Brilliant Triumph of Concert With, and For,
Wcllcsley Girls Stills Fear of "Kidding"--
And Then There Was Dancing.
Nobody would put It pa t the Honorable- bashfuliiess when they meet a lot of
Chirk and Kills ami Me-nly nnd Hklnny
ami ii lot more utidorgraduate lowbrows;
down 1'ilnrtilon way to stick around the
little Htntlon ptutform at I'rlnceton Junc
tion day and night now waiting for tho
train from New York loaded with tho
Princeton ladu who laat nlnht, In tlt-t
grand ballroom of the Waldorf, burst
forth In none In combination with the to
pranoH and altos of the Wellcsl-y CoIIcko
(Ilea,. Club In a vocal and Instrumental
concert of ecstasy, the first of Its kind In
college concert history.
The fact that tha college girls and col
leae bnvs went through tho tirogrammc In
a way that caused applause to boom and ! C;,ru"' -'ournet 75 rents for
Ucd, alias C. J. (Chief Justice) Harts
wick. Yule Hhef,, '11, tried to horn In at
the forenoon rehearsal. Ued said ho was
looking for u certain party In the room.
Hilly .Moore, who made nno of Princeton's
touchdowns against Yale two weeks ago
yesttrday anil furthermore shuts tenor,
noised the word around that I lure was a
ringer present. Ho they threw Hcd out.
The lion. Jnnies A. Baker, 'IS, known
as Hake to evrbody except the homo
folks, had the time of his life also In tho
forenoon. Hake, nn manager of the
Prlncaton Olee- Club, hnd to get his whole
roll changed Into fifty-two half dollars,
and fifty-two quarters some place quickly
so that ho could rive each Princeton
rattle all over the place, from the first
number to the final encore, will have no
effect upon soulless souls such as Moshw.
Km, and .Mealy and the rest or me gang.
There's a bank across from the Waldorf,
Hake came hack from the bank Just In
lime, his pockets bulging from the line of
Will .Meet (Jut lerre llefnri- Kilter-
Inur Mexico l'lt.
who even at the momint you read this t "entity and Jingling with real money Im
probably are waiting hungrily fur their "ernied h lot of money
musical classmates to detrain at Prince-1 give to each of those young colli ge
ton Junction. I ""J' '" f"ts for an entile ltincheou at
It would be Jtwt like the gang waiting1 the Waldorf and, In somo cases, only one
for the glee club even to overlook the fuel Krl to '''arc tho spread with. So they
that Old Put Putnam, lSi Hlg lam lley-i gorged themselves.
niM-r, 't; Dud tiriflln. '1.1: Itudle Knor f All "Vcr the place the blue bunting of
stadt. '17. and all the rest of the glee 1 " ! esley. with Prlmeton s orange and
and the mandolin clubs Joined with tho ' Mack, was spread by workmen under the
Wellcsley girls' glee club at last night's "i action of members of the Iik-.iI alumna
conceit for the verv lAudable reason that f Wellcsley. Including Mrs. ltobert It.
Wellcsley needs money to rcbuld the ad-1 I.udlngton of 417 ltlverslde Prlve, who
ministration building of the college burned I wa" chairman of the concert committer,
down last winter hence the concert. 1 anl Miss llladys IMnttvn of fid" West
Novi-rtheless It wo-ild be Just like, Faw 1 Uml avenue, treasurer,
and his barbarous gan? at least this fear, In the absence of President Pendleton
was fearfully expressed bv more than one of Wellcsley, who was unable to be
of the Princeton songsters during the re- present, the NVUesley girls were looked
hear'al with the Wellcsley girls yesterday after by .MUs Olive Ii.iMs. director of hall
before" tin- concert to pick on, say, a
poor tittle lad like Hlg I.nm lleynlger the
minute he ce Li off the train.
When The) 1'nee tlie timiu.
IN BIG FEDERATION
OrjruiiizniMoii romplcted nt Con
ven t Ion Which Will End
to aid nirncH schools
MINDING, BOY HOLDS BABY'S
HAND AS TRAIN HITS THEM
Charles, 4, and Elizabeth, 3, Are Hurled Together
Onto Sand Bank, but Both Will Live---Girl
With Match Fires Grocery.
of residence at Wellcsley, and a group of
Assistant ruaperons rroui the alumn.e.
A Itenplt-iiilent , uille-ltce.
It was a very resphndent audience nf
T... Paso. Tex.. Nov Jv-O-n Villa has "'Listen, you gieat big stiffs.' Rits's I ''n,f"" 1 'r 7' f, ', ',,1 u Z, ,
ft Tula, f.n-mv miles north of Mexico 1 going to say to us when we get buck," j v..nii-L- r.til-rt uSn. r ,
ty. and Is returning to ijue.etaro. where ; whispered a scared faced tenor 1'etween 1 r " J'1'', .
. will meet provisional President Outler- numueis jesterday. '"on the level.' I'als'11 , ?' ' "V 'V 'o "
road to ljueretaro, Wire received to-day
by Villa urriilnls here.
It Is I'Oll.llll. Ii'.l II
Aguascallcntes liovernnieiit w 111 not for
mally enter the capital for about a week.
During this tun-, the eomniNslon that
lin ent Thuida by Villa to Mexico
city to ariange mutters with the Zapata
followers will continue at the capital, rep
resenting th- pii-vlloM.il (iOierninent
The nrst convention of the Interna
tional Kederatlon of Catholic Mumnn- Is
now brltur held In New York. The con
vention opened Friday evening at the
Hotel McAlpIn and will terminate this
afternoon. Morn than 1,000 Catholic
schools, academics, and colleges In nil
parts of the t'nltcd Stutes and Canada
aro represented, nnd the crowd tliat filled
th" Hlue room, at the McAlpIn Friday eve
ning was wi large It overloied Into the
halls and all parts of tho hotel. Nearly
li.llUO delegates, guests and friends wcro
Ily Invitation of the New York Chap
ter of tho Alunmii" Association of Ht.
Joseph's Collide, llmniltsburg. Mil., and
under the HUsplies of Ills Kmlneme, John
Catilltial l'arle, women graduates fivm
JUO institutions In Canada and more than
sOi) In Ani' ilea are on.Mtilr.lug this fi'dera- '
tlon, which Is the first of its kind ill the 1
nlstnry of the Cath He Church. i
"We plan to help Catholic schools b
the lntelehan'e of ide-ax and brlt4 t eni
up to the highest standard," said Mrs. 1
Jit in J. Sheii.in of Brooklyn, lenMit of
the New Yoik chapter. "At present only
three nf ur whnols me tated class A
n Washington. Thin- Is no reason why!
they should not all come up to this mailt ;
and iw shall try our lust by every effort j
of tilts association to In piove them.
"We plan to compile a complete de
scriptive! catalogue of all the Catholic '
s.-hools and to establish a bureau if ,
Catholic normal graduates. We wish to
(tn'-iirage the nailing of the Cathode
pi ess and to strengthen In i-very way the
bund between Catholic alumnie in this
cniintiy and Canada. Cardinal e;ihhou,
faidln.il Rulcj., Cardinal o'Connell 'ind
(irelates from all paits of the country
have sent their written approval. Our
bailing schiiils, n presenting neatly 'iU
Catholic teaching orders, have Joined with
Madison, N. J Nov. 2S. Four-year-old
Charles Morse, hon of Mr. nnd Mts. Ray
mond Morso of Main street, had been
told by bis mother not to l"t go of th
hand of three-year-old Kllr.abeth Tetrof
key, who has been visiting at their house.
So, when an easthouud Lackawanna train
bote down on them this morning, Charloj
held lils little rrleiid'H hand tightly, and
both wore struck and hut led high In the
air, landing fortunately on a bank of
sand. Th e little boy's collarbone Was
broken, and the girl suffered minor cuts
nnd bruises on the body. They were both
taken to ovetlook Hospital, Summit, where
it was said tJiey would probably recover.
Tho children wnndered on to the track
Jim I ns tho train pulled out of the station.
The locomotive was brought to a stand
still a few feet from the spot where the
children were struck, and the youngsters
were placed aboard nnd hurried to Hum-
TELLS ABOUT CHILD IN I
CAMPBELL WILL SUITj
Widow Intci'viowctl for First
Time Sinri' Hie Proet't'il
mil, where an ambulancn hnd besm called
by telegraph to take them to tho hospital.
I.in'prn, N. J.. Nov. 28. Kl.'r started
by a child seaichlng for a penny with a
lighted match destroyed the residence- and
stoic of Frank Toniula In Curtlss street,
near Carnegie nvenue, Inst night. Several
members of the llorough Fire Department,
snved the stable and other buildings. Trte
house was In a section without tire plugs.
According lo the repot t niado to the
firemen, .Mrs. Tomula had left the house
for a few minutes, leaving her eight-year-old
daughter to care for the gtocery anil
butcher shop. The little girl dropped a
penny and struck a match to seatch for
It under the ciiinter. Paper whs Ignited
and the flames got beyond control before
the mother returne-il. The child escaped
The building wns of tile and stucco con
struction and the wall remained standing
after the flames had gutted It. The I ss
JERSEY WOMAN ASKS
REMOVAL OF TRUSTEE
Accuses Lawyer of Xo Piiyfny
Her Proper Slinre of
ENDS LIFE WITH SHOT
IN BILTMORE HOTEL
I tf tut nI.i . nt t n tm-tl.ii Ilio Iii fit 1 1 mi nf
and tho mciubfi of the provisional yell at ti. uiu you su.vh Mumi out mere i ,.7,,;" ' tV- ..... . J ; i .. ", "L ... ...... "1..
rrVhe S'tc,:!?. 'izzrxT ot '"'"'FnMhe
ect. which also stated that Villa had To our iler ; ota ulniu mater. W"""'1'.?" .... in. ic.iui.., 1 mi,..:p i,..n Mr.'-r , n,,..
ed at Nopala. a division point on th . ." 1 r" .ln?,"'r..l",.V"; VV ". ".';:r!,u", ,. ! iiV " ii-in,. ..7 V.,. ..V. v.:" m- ......... '. '
i-ur ,itdv irum tiur t par iimi ri esit1 use tt in tmni 111,1 1111 t nun 11111:111 v iiiiiii t-r m.. .nir. 1 111 iikik i m
Your dear old alma mater. Wellesley ! I for the Welkslev girls, who bv slmrltiir. ! Ing. Mrs. John O'Neill nnd Mrs. .oieiizo
intnl.le itmi th Ooshatu ghty, 1 can hear Fat y-l Jirr that ' teaching dancing during theli summer va- i Clio.
mi Z r,r "t concluileel the little Prince-tun , cations, selling candy and lead pencils da Mass was n libr.itl esterday mornliv;
tenor with . i tremulous slplt. in and day out. exeti by cooking, have on M I'atn -K s f i.iieiir.U, iMrilin.il 1-ai ley
lillt l.lm and Put and Itud'e and tlie;ril"ed M.000.000 since Ma-eh 1 and must being the celebiant. and an all day bii"l
rest of the tenors and kisses should earn $:..ft,00(i more Im f"e th" end of ness ns! u was held in the e'.reen ltoom
worry! Ore the combined WelbtMey- December or Ion- the Inquest of $ri:i0.nnii 'f !he McAlpIn. A luncheon was served
Princeton C.lee Club swung Into "'Neath promised on this cotidltl n b M:. Itecke- at the hotel and afterward thcie olllcers
the oaks," which Is Welltsdey s anthem, , feller.
followed immediately by 'The Orimge and There were stirring match songs on the
ri. . i i.i. , .i .i 1 HI linen IHIUiiliil. IJ i-J iii. "miihi i rir Hni puiiuiif lli.tllll e-, " 1 1 fc- u inf
The commission la made up of six offl- ..... ,,..,, .. i,... i t.nilru. ... . .1... i.-, i
eers nf the tlUlulon .it II,.. Vr.nl, A . "'"". - . ,. ..s. ......in- h .,, ....,.
ton's, the big and tKiiuteous inulleiice In syncopating rags by th Princeton inan-
fo: the coming .ar were elected
Piesident, Miss Clare Cogan, A. M., of
Hrooklyn : first vice pielilent, Mrs. Small,
St Jiseph's Colleg.. Tor mto; sn-ond lire
piesident, M's. Frank Halm, Noire Dune
n. J....I..I ... r-.. e'li i-i 1 1 -'IK ...
imi iiiiii,.. in in. ,.ii.. ici-.Hi iii.ii ucn. , ., criinil tiallnsjm neie extravagantly ili.lln ..ml luinlii cluht. n meillec if Weill-.
e-ooui ero. coniminmr oi me garrison at , lhl. ,ell that her- w ns the best inllege , ley songs anane.d by Miss Margaret Aiadeniy. Dayton. Ohio; corrpspmilitig
Janipico anil Military l.overnor of L01u,,rt iMs town Ins lu-unl. i (Jrlllln. IK. who was the Wellesle glr'.s' secretary. .l. Heter Sullivan; llnanci.il
janiHUl pas lias iieciarid in raior or tho, Thl. prnL-rtutt boys uave. take the alt- accompanist, and be uitlfully plavl-d Ha- 'secretary. Mis Irene Culleu ; r. -ordlng
convention Is i-oMalned In official mes- ,,,,.,.,. .,v,.r, for ltl ,.. preat.-st. gn.nd- wnllan tunes by Prlm eten s Hawaiian , secretary. Mrs. John MeKniry: chalrmin
ages tvcelved by the arranta consulate. 0s, most splendiferous gl. e club conceit I sextet ! of I'"" loess committee, Miss Hi gin.t
v'.'U' .'".",Z', , ''T' i iloor. at ,111(ieniv hl.d heard. And on top, Mts Marv W. Chambers. 'K, led the I n"nir-
Acta Cruz formally declaring that city to f thUagaln taking the audience's word. , w. lleslev girls. O. S i old Put I Putnam, i Tfl overlook and assist the different
id uni) nmi i-niiu.il oi .Mexico, ac- .,. tm, a,i ,,..,. ought to Hnow the . -ir. iori i-miic Iom s sonL-s'ers Frank orgiimiatlons in eacli state the follow
Welltfley gnls gave a concert twl. e as llle. MS. the Mandolin Club, and D. ,nK goveinore. wen- elected ; Alabami,
Fleming Sd. IB. the Itanl.i Club. nei-n r-oeiny uoioroo; .vrKan.as,
The tiMUble wMh Fats and lu low- Amnnir the liiivholib rs n.-itrntix nr.,1 Ann.. J.iyce; C alirornla. .Miss Mary
brow g.iJig left behind at Princeton Is I j,;,trone s.-es w ere I- ,,nd Mrs Kobert It. -Malln : Cnnnectii ut. Mrs. Charles Jack
iluubtle. that nome of tho t uiniki-s of I i.udlngtun. Dr. and Mrs Nichilas Mui- ' lelawaie. Miss Sarri Malloy;
,,ii.i:ni,. which ciceted the singers last ... u,,ti., m. ,..i i.-.i,, i,, h i.i Florida. Mle. Margaret eVitrVn : eieorcla.
An Offensive tnoi elliellt MJIlth f rom Nacc. ..l,.l,i ll.-l the aav itnun to N'asaJU- I iw u'.i t n .'i.i. ... ' .' Mis tlerttllile Kellev : Illinois. Miss .ten.
lit honor.' Is being planned In tii n. Hill. . Vie. Also, this Wellesley Ulee Club, all I tTI, ti,,1ri tt.irr.tt Mr an. I Mr. I,, hi, ll.ilkar,, K.ituiky Mrs William
i.aiini!.a commanuer at tliat point, nc- ,iivkeit eiut in their f.issy ftock. were as w i.!nttrIti 'r,.sident Jnhh C.tler Hibb. n
coiuirg to a.luce- tcelvet bete It Is . to look at as to 11-ten to. And the ,lf ,..,. ,.t()ll ., Ml(li ilbU-n, Mr. ml
...... vm i ". --'.I luicnu, ine i uia was Uanc tig atlt-r tie coi ceri iuo : raimni l.-i,,iu,. .1 l,,,nr,t n.. ,ie.t m.
.cording to advices received here. The
decree stites that all Dgal di p.irtments K0, a' that.
v.. ...- uuiiiii ill .lie ni'n li, VI, leu .11
Vera ''ruz and that all transactions with
the Government of Meloo ute to be tiatui- '
ucteil at tin new capital.
leader In Minora, Is short of ammunition i ,. .,- is huiimis. that's all.
and that continual friction between the! The eeUemein really began at the
Vaqul Indians and the ci-Fcderale lin-1 Joint reheamil estcrday feircnoon. This
ported from Lower California to aid May- matter of a big crowd of college g rls
to re ii a has so materially weakened Ills 1 trooping happily Into the Waldorf to Join
force that he Is unable to prevent a j forces anil ielu-ate not with em but with
outhem movement. whole crates of college boys arrayed like
Maytoretij's troops, however, began clothing at'. In the magazine advert sing
dropping shells Into Naco again to-day. : pages is not a dally occurrence among
7IDITI r.'.-i.Mj -.-. r r r-. r, i "It doesn't tiappe-u to us ai vvensi-iey
-. .A.. Altl 1K.T l..lkZ-XJib
Inipose Mieclul l'ruiert Tin to Pn
Troops noil l-iill.....
eviry ilav. at least, ..iiii ine smauesi
grl inev'r mind the name) among the
alt s, tin- one with the white band around
Price, Louisi ma. Mi- Andrew Keeney
Indiana, Mrs Care II l.angsdale; lown.
Mi-.- Joiphine l.itt.g . M.ir.vliind, Mr
John Talctitt Williams, Holnnd Holt. Mr. :' r!"!'. r.'r.u'n'r.'. :1',,,''',;".U!','",,
nnd Mrs. Ceorgc C, Hol.lt, Mr. and Mrs. 'aunne .vianer ; .Mirntg.in, .vtiss Katherlne
Kversley Chllds. Chapla.u and Mis P.av- .Hynn; MIsMiurl, Miss Media Ktilick ; New,
tno-vl e:. Knox. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hunter -If,0': H. Sommer ; New York,
McAlpIn. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Cut-on C. MI'-k Lorenzo, graduate of the College
Peck. Miss Candace C. Stlm-on. Mr. and Ml"' Aiademy of New llochelle-; Ohio. Mrs.
Mrs. Adrian II. l.arkln, Mts. William '"tnani Anawalt ; Oregon. Mrs. Cordeha
ll.-n rtntler .Aiiirpn) ; I'ennsi iv anin, .virs. i nane .Mer-
Als i Mr. nnd Mrs. IM-ker D utrl.is '' "I : Tevas. Mls Kate J ayden ;
Handy. Mrs Itiehanl Hillings. Mi. and
Mrs Lewis L. Clnk Mrs
Mr. slid M tluy H Tttpp,
TesLiiinnv f r the defence in th' suit
slarted In St. Louis to break the wltl of
John Campbell, which names St. Louis
I'ldV' rsity, a Jesuit intlttitlon, as tiltlm ite
btiiefli-lary of bis lS,Oiio,onn estate, was
finished line ye-ieiday In th- law otllee
. f Sullivan Cromwell. M Wall stree .
The four lawyers who have been cot railing
local witnesses for the defence left for
St. Louis last night, but L Frank Ottofy,
ntt.iniv for ttie plaintiffs, r-malns 'o
at range fur a similar commissi, m, which
he hopes will be- coiitltut. d hen- by ord T
eif ",ie S: IxhiIh Circuit C urt to take
evldini-e In behalf of the plaintiffs, prob
ably In J.inuar.v.
Mr Floienee Campboll, wlw before her
marine to .l.ilin 'Htupl-ll had married
D-- Siit len Tavlor, s.it.1 yestenlay the li.v,
Wlllard CanipN-ll. who dl.-l in St l.ouln
seVe-ral i,irs ago. was ttie -on of Dr Tay
lor. He had been generally rot-anli-l as
be oi of Mr and Mts. C.inii.bell, said
Mts I'aiiit'bi II ven erdav at the I'luzi.
wheie the w.i" , tit"! view ed foi the llrst
time since the ult be.;, in. The tsiy was
vl'tuall.v adoptnl b liei- -es.ind husbanl,
she added. II u, father du d many years 1-..
fore- her marrleige to the St. louls man.
Mr. Campliell denied that her daugh
ter Lois Ann. now Mrs. F.lzcy ! Ilurk
hani. v as taken front a foundlings home
and placed In her care when she- was at
the Grand I'nton Hotel m I!i3. Several
other children were born to her mid Mr.
Campbell, she said, but none suivlvvil
Infancy. The charges that her husband
was unsound mentally when he made hl
will w. re equally false. Mrs. Campbell
One of the two witness. s .it the hear.
Ing .vesterilay was the Itev I lent y Mot
tet of 47 West Twentieth stret. who
has been pastor for thirty-five ..ir of
t ti Hpiscop'il Church of th. Holy C.uii
niunlon, at Sixth uvuiue and Twintnth
stte-et. when- Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were
married In 117 He produ, i-d his reeoid
of the n.arrlig
.Mini Melieved to He Xorliert
lionovnn of liosfon Found
Dead in ltoom.
A man who registered at the niltmote
Hotel Wednesday as Patilel A Hill of
lloston, hut who Is helle-ved to have been
Noibert Donovan eif 30 Commonwealth
a venue, HoMon, was found dead at 1 :4.1
o'eiock vestcrday afternoon In the bath
reiom adjoining his loom at the hotel
with a bullet wound In his mouth. A re
volver was found on the floor at his side
and the police and Coroner Patrick Itlor
liiti pionoiinied III til a suicide He had
been ib nil -eversl hours, but no one In the
hotel heard the shot ami no clue was tin-e-ai
thed to give a reason for his death.
Manager de Wolf and the hotel detec
tive. John J Itynti, had to force the door
when th- maid reported twice that she
had be.-n unable to get In Ills room on
the fifth floor.
Tin apparent suicide tegl-tered at t'i
Itll'tnoie at 4 o'cloik Wednesday, but wis
unknown to rveiv one a- ttie hotel. Ik
fre.iietited tin bar, Manage! de Wolf said,
and was I ist see n alive In hk room nt J ."0
'clock Friday night, when he had several
drinks served to him. He briught to the
hotel a small, worn, b!a k satchel wblci
iiitrnlncel a few 'ollet articles and other
tie. ess-irie-. The name ".S'orbert Don
van" was found on the Ideniflcatlon slip
In his coat and on a visiting card In his
pocket. The-re was also a bill from
the C iple y-liaz i Hotel In Hjston to that
pe-son for S'.'il'.'. whith wn marked
Th- man's collar If ire the
t." but his hat was
"N P. S."
A despatch from Itoston says
k-rt Donoca was a sale-sman
Sir Kohi: i Iturti, tl ConilMiiy. gin manu
fuetureis of W2 West Thitty-foiirth
strut. New VorU. He was a brother "f
Joseph S and Frank II Donovan, auto
nioli ' agent" in Host n "
Tile Donovans name fixim Kivheser.
N V .ii-d .v. e ii,.ph,.w of th,. Lit Will
ie i It Duff), whiskey manufacturer.
Dm iv it mol'e'r m h lives In Kochcster.
lleinarknble chatges ate mail
ceedlng to be heard In the Supi..
to-morrow In which Mis. l:
Draw of 13 Fifth iive tiu. , i
N. J., asks the court to r. move i
W, Fielding, n lawyer of lTo I,
ns t tiste-c under the will f h i
David lompklns, who dbd In v.
Ipg was appointed In lfofl to n
Mrs Dn Draw alleges thai
fnthnr'je will eeho Is entitled i
fourths or the Income from two
real estate In Has 14r,th si -should
have yielded her flit a mo
all rvpenses had been pan!
malnrler of the Income bce ni
hil)! her, Charles K. Tompkins -The
petitioner sajs that n In
the Incline she has recelvi d .
year since till l). In ad.liti.i,
Fielding paid an Insurance p,.
$S3 for her .-'he Is I., .ve n
says, and Is ill iiendent on Hi m
eomo and on her daughi' r, l.li . ,
lie s. hoot t' .-iiiii r In Paters hi
Mrs. De draw says that when
to Fielding's oflli'i- and asked h . r
monev due her he told lie-i n.
owi-il him money and elite. ie, .
come again. She says he tried .
to Induce lief to eonvey the pio, .
him under a pionif- to ib-i-laie
In her favor, but she relused Th.
tlonen avers thnt her btother
V.. Tompkins, ells.ippeated .n D
that Fielding said he wa the .,i
son In the weirld vv ho Uni w wln-i
brother was, and he wouldn't t. ;
Finally Mts, McGtavv s,is uk- I.
from her eiwn attornny, II. It So i .
her brother was in a publh .ik -at
Omikll. N. J.. under the t
Charles II. kimar. ami Is paUe-.i
siivh she n-nt her itiuch'ee
her brother, who stated tha'
Fli-bllng had been paying km
a cnr ns his share of the i-ieo i.
taht l'leldlrg trbsl to Induce .
i-onvey his inte-i st in the pioi. rt
She allege" that em id tuber .
1'ieliling asked her no' to s at' .
Ings against him, bill aga.i ig
that she eonvey the proi.it n
SIk- ii he told liej- her brother 1 id a'
ready done so.
. . to
COMMISSION TO END STRIKE
Nllllll Itonril 'I'e.-lls7
l.ll.el.l to Serve.
Wahii-mtos Nov .' Pt'isldent Wi
fun will probably appoint a commie-, .ii
to try to settle the Colorado coal str kr
Seth Low of New York nnd Patrick I
day of C.eartlelit, I'a . are suggest, d an
probable members of the ooninilsskn
It was said at the White Home n
tbially to-day that the Pri'shb nt tin"'
have an announcement to make M e :,n
on the Colorado eitrlke -ltu ition
Secretary Wilson of the Departn .-
Labor, who called at the Whn. lki
this afternoon, said titer- wou'd ! .
statement to-morrow night for
tlon on Monday morning, but 1 .
tiot discuss It, as It was a matte i
the personal Jut Isdlctlon of 1 1 .
He even declined to adm't t' i' .
mission was to be nnmeil The .
won. If named, will probably . .
three memliers and will be- ol n.
character as that whi h did -o
tlve- service ill bilngr.L- .ilemt
ment of the
iinthr.n no coil strike In
I.Mrs. K C. Itevere; West Virginia. Miss
p. w Itowe ' -nn. i i, tiii'i'rit'r , iv iecdn.-on, .ors a i.
aill I' lleiler, 'inc. . 1 1. .10111111 1, ...i.. .iiiiiyuci'
her tdack hat. the dark mornln;
,.,i,l th.. dalntv siloes with tile
Wasiiincton, Nov. lteiHirtH that a spats,
fair ekgiee of good order Is In Ing nre-
fcerved b) the Z.ipuin forces In .Mexico '
city icacheii the SUte Uepa, .incut to-day,,
uui no auvicis vvnatsoever were; received
bj- to the movemuiH of Villa or the con
vention 'hitch gi nerally.
The Krazdl.in Minister wired tliat tho
S'.apata ollH-ers s.emed iir.iou to win
tho good feeling of the people of the- capi
tal and vveio lining everything pis-ip;..
to mike the sltuath n as n.uh normal
Mr and Mrs Arthur Curtiss James. M. i"e. ao.i .ooinr.ai. banana, .iis.s i ogn
,,,.! lira liitnu 1 l-l,"l..l, Vlr ,,.! lru hill
'"!! Charles l. Ilatt, Mr. and Mia. John II.
I An executive cotnm.ttee to draw up
Huddles; n. Mr and Mis W G It. s!e-. m- consimiiii.ii was ioriii. ii oi me em. ers,
! Mr ai-d Mis Chail.sD ll.ils.-v. Mr and,'"'111' J ,mt,H 'heeran as ehilr-
! Mrs Kmest T.Carter. Mr. and Mi-. Phllln '' .Th" oti-tlttltlon wil be drawn up
- m""r ,mi I A. Itol'.lns. Mr and Mrs William Ilrnrv and llbmltte,l at the next annual meeting
The Princeton boys were bashful Porter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Swen Albln Swen- In Chicago on Saturday. Sunday and Mon-hon.-st!
Kut when vou stop to consider. 1 son. M-. and Mrs Frederic It .r.m, day or i hatiKsglving w eeK In t .'k.
to stiect an example at hapazanU a youth i Mr. and Mrs John T. I'ritt. Mrs. K.ch
such as Klbs Froell-k. Mf. who never a.d WoLon Gilder, Mr lint Mr
gets ;it place much, hut Just studies and John Hustle, M' and Mis It W Gige.
s-udlc- and studie, with no m-teatlon t Mr and Mis. Samuel S. c-l'-k. Wi !..un
Inn managing the feiotball team and II. lMwards, Dr. anil Mrs. Not man i
being pre-ident of his class w. II, boys , Tonkei- and Miss Sp. nce. ,
,i. tun. or Hi, I Put Putnam, who si At the cone nsioii of t n cot. cert the, UhllW iCtU LArLLlhJJ IU aAIL.
lis possible, only lolat-d cases of ills- 0lliy captain of the Prlnce-on rrew, leaebr Wel'.eslev and Princeton cheers we re glv. -i. I
order were in-cut ring, he aid, and the.-c of "tie glee club and some things like Dancing followed. About $3,000 w is I Nnthlnu lilv en urn ns to lennisl.li's
uiu uciiim -uoiiimriiy iieati vvtin us soon that of lourse one must expect a on ot i reauzeii,
us found. . I
A special tax has be.,n Imposed on all
A sacred concert and farewell rei ep.
tlon will lie bebi this afternoon In tn
Winter Garden of the Hotel M.-AI ,'n,
wli h will be followed by n hort bus ness
property owr.eis In the Fedcml District.
It wag explained by the '..ip.itn furce.f
that they hail found the, treasury ex
hausted cinv thelr entry and were under
Imperatlvo necessity of raising money
for the payment of troops and police
used In the city. They pointed out In
their announcement that the only al
ternative to the 'Htclal tax was con-
U. S. GUARDS FOR BANKER.
I-Vnr Felt Tlieit lte-iiosltors It Iwltt At
luck Job ii llo-riilll,
A ,.nr,lnt, nf ilenutv Cnlfeil Htntew mnr.
.hnl. u-n. .trn-ii no .ihnllt tin, renin In tho Is said, CJIU bo made ready Wlthlll thllll
F. dernl KuUdlng when! the meeting of " eik.-, and can accommodate r,00 wounded
depo-ltm-- of John Kozzilffl's private bank "t one time
I Tun Months Crulsi.."
The steamship Kirwind, under char-. -
iili'llllin iiirtaiio l orio lin o .--tl ,p l-
lliilill., f',itl. Hi- ll.t.iilt,,!
hh.p Contpativ .itid said to have coaled
Ix.snoN. .Nov. Puspatches from German warships at sea. Is exne.'e.l t,
Dublin say It Is understood thete that leave this ti.it to-dav on a "two mollis
King Giotge has approved of a plan to
use Dublin Castle as an emergency hos
in 1 f-- the wollli led The liosplt.il. It
Mtlon s depo-ltm-- of John Ilozziirri s private bank
after beliiRWLrfjleil first to Join Car- ,vnH J11'1'1 TV",""., e T1" ,v.,'i,i!""' IV"'
iz:i and t.ien ordeied to remain in 1 n instructed by Kefe tee illlnm Allen
If. l.A mi lw, nleitit fAP 'nit- tlTtlllltll In 'If.
crui.-i'. ller rtestlnatlnn could not b
learned nnd -he did not take out char
am papets yesterday.
Ii could not be learne-d yestcrdnv whit
cargo th-- I'ei'win I has taken on for h r
.Mexico city Consul S.lliiiiau has startul
for Vera Ciuz bj autnmiiblli'. Ii Is
presumed here that he start. -.1 before Se-c-rttary
Kryan's Instructions teached him
to remain in Mexico city.
Carranza is st:ll at Win Cruz, which
to be on -he alert for any attempt to at
tack the banker
Since llof.T.iitTI s bank at 1140 First ive
nne went into bankruptcy several da: s
ago the l.nmi or more Italian born depn-l-tors
have developed the belief that Iloz
znftl vv.ie, responsible for llm failure and
lie has made Ins capital, but then- hav, . p(,.;n,k. ',,', f h0lmf ,)f th(.!r savings
been no Important happenings iln-ie so .,.,,,,. i.i.,.r .,i.i hi u n i,,-,,i.
.... ... ........ ..!.. sunn .....lie- in- f0t s m Justify Keferee Allen's fear that
.i-.i . tlw... n, i-l,l t,tt..m-t to t.'ll, till, itiwilll.l
BRINGS A $3,000,000 CARGO.
One of the attornevs present, who spoil
Italian, told the depositors Iliuzuffl had
liabilities of KiOLIOT and assets of lis?,.'
.-57. He said the receiver bad Sll.ono
or tl.t.noo In cash and expected munifi
more from a suiely company on a bom'
Auiericnii I 1 1 Willi lieriiinii II; e
stlltts lleile-lie-s Moslem.
Hohtos-. N'nv 2v It itteied bv storms , III addition to thif, he said, tho available
nnd short of watu and coal, the Anuil- hs-iIh Included twenty pieces of real
ran tank stiauiM- Sun, from Ainsleidam ' estate. j
for New v., ik w.th a i-nign of Genua n Irving C. I'ox was elected trustee
dyes valued at n ally ta.OnO.uoo, pushed,
up the harlHir this afternoon. SHAKEUP AT SING SING.
Another day delaj In ic ichlng pen t i I
would have n cessliatcd biiinltiK some of 1 ., , ... , ,
her cnigo. i Kre-pers Milfle-il nod More- limn loo-
According to I'.ipt. I ickeluian, tb, l oiivli-ls Iteoioveil,
jr;.r,.!rfl;f,,v!V,n,i'"' ;s'',i,'!"'rr.! wiu.ii ossim.s-h. n.,v. .s-a shakeup m
...v y ...,.r. ... ......... n mui uj.. .in Vceenei s lit Slur Si ntlsoli mil Hi..
New ork and Philadelphia. She re-
fcum.-il her pnsigi this evening. ,
On her out ward Pip tin Sun, loaded
vlth oil for Am-terdain, was held up by 1
Ulltlsh warHhlps anil escntted lo Fal
mouth, where she wis held for four days
Until the naval ollliers wete satlslle,! the
moval of mm" than inn convicts to re.
Hevo crow ip d conditions startled the in
matin yestirday and to-day more than
any other Incident since tin reinovil of
fni mer Warden MrCnrmlck.
Til ii shift of keepeis iiiclb d a temporary
xtiikn on the part ol' the xiiuads iffected.
u.h., ...- oo.i.uc, in, ..uiiuuiis. Mlinv of ,, (.oiivli-ts were In such a re-
b illeius moiil that Piin.lpii! Keeper Mnr-
WANT SULLIVAN TO STAY IN.
Ills t'lilon llanU II. in. Hois Will lip.
Iiosi- Ills Pinole,
Tho ei.xe'.-u'lve eonimltlce nf the il..no-.
tore- assoeiatinn of tiui defunct I'niein
Lank or lirooklvn has noliflcd Kuperln
tendent of Pi'sotis John It, Kdej that Ihe!
elll imno-i. fi t, il V Uiiltl.'t.i.'a II....'
tlon for pinole when it comes up lor con- !,l,!!.'.l',lr. 'ol1lr'"'
Mileinilou heroin (lie Parole Hoard. Sul
IWan's mlnliiiiun term expires on Feb.
mary '! nei. The depositors contend
that his conduct since his luiprleoiiiiiiint
In Sing S'liK should dehar him from get.
ting a p.uole.
Dlsltlct A it m ni'. Ciopej w'll re-nine
tin Dteley was obliged to give tneni the
all. i-t, tlv. of being licked up or going to
work. They chose the litter.
Tempnr.uy Warden George S Wild
made the ehniiges Iter !ie 'oj. of the
pnson service.. It l,s nld It w.vi Intl
mi leil fiom other soiii.-es ppit tbe
(linage wen. aiilli-lpatorv of i'liomaa
Molt Osborne, the pew warden, who Is to
tn He ciiaiHn next Tuesday, following a
I'lility-nllie convh-ts weiv sent from
Slug Kma to Comslock pii-on to-day nil
sixty. sl were taki n to Auburn yc-tcpiaj.
l oniliictor Dies i,( Hurl on llrlilue.
While adJllKtlng the trolley pole of n
Gniiiuin ineiii" car iluilng Ihe hnineward
the Ku'livaii plo'ie liif.iie Hie Grand .lore i null on ihe Ilrn.il.lv,, 11,1.1. 1
Sills Wl.l. Hi li.,iM,e, visletdio lllllt.IMwi.nl Hovers. "I. a collillletie, WIS
Joriner Wai'ihn McCoi inlcli. whus.i nres- 1 1 on mw l.v pi.,ii,..ui,
mcc 1, 1 oiiAiua lu eininc, l-l 111 'oi'. I ,ll..,l l-i..i i.li.l.i i., ,i... 11. .'.1 , . .
616 Fifth Ave. between
4gAAND 50th Streets
NOT A SUBSTITUTE
Drink Kaffee HAG and get all the delights of good
coffee minus the injurious effects of the nerve
racking, health-destroying drug caffeine. It doesn't
matter what you have been told or believe, caf
feine is absolutely tasteless and its removal does
not impair the flavor of Kaffee HAG. Ask your
doctor and see what he says.
ALL OF THE DELIGHTS- NONE OF THE REGRETS
25 cents the
In the bean
Yo OF THE