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THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
SETH LOW, FORMER
MAYOR OF M. Y., DIES
Ifml lii'cii III for Six Moitlhs
t inn of IMsimimvs.
SOTKD AS KIM'CA'I'Olt
Xn I'lT-iidciit of Columbia
'nht'illy iiiul Prominent
in Civic Improvement.
yf. I.nv 'or hit Mr.) or "f Niiv York.
4- it h: nmtt liuiiic, llro.nl Itri ok
fi-,T. Hilffil X. V.. )clcriUy I
,f!f. j lit. lie hail I'ci'ii 111 fur i
jpor' II 'in!;t-o:i fiii'i ;.
-Hi) 'it n'lr'.1 .unitioi'ril lr .l.i
i- ,n.' ri.i. nun. '!' In.1 been niteml-
rh i-'i' Mi'- Iw illcil ft"V t'ilnuti-5 1
t-fire M pi'ii.n nir.vo.i. Mrs. Low
i ,-t .. iff mMlwr of tlic hoiitchold
,' J I il)C brl..ll0.
Kor MiifO month.' prior to Ills Wile.",
hull eiiiiIU'.illoii of rflxoarc.
tut wlil h hi. friend .utrUiutril to a
irnut t't n, Mr. Low liml ilrvotcil'
hnJiflf .iln.cjl -.clulvcly to llrullnir a
ijlutiol. nf tl" differences Ivtwern tin
rilro.nl lirothM-lKMi.lii ami their employ.
lit, ami eien ;ifler lie vvim i-trlcki'M lie
. nttnue.l to ki.'p in touch with the
,-.a.s of tnt" nr. therlwixlM anil to buy
,, -ilf nitli :l.inJ of the Xutlunal Ovid
if Tri Merchant.
F h l.oiv, onoe Mayor of New York.
t. i Ma"r of Hrookn uml president
c' i' ..iiml.1 t'nlverrlsy, wan born In
r-wKl)ii In I;". He wan the -on of
i',- AbMt l.mv. a tea merchant, one
y .V men nmv ftnt mlUns !iW arotuiti
w rlJ lliFe iUim when there wa .111
tc 1. in nS'hant mtrine. who went tn
1" .nj. retutneil to e-tniill.-h the Orin of
A A. li liron. In Fletcher utiret an J
Yo'jmt Low went to t'le HroUIn In-
tiitc .mil t.;en to Coluinbl.1, belnB
traiuatej f, jm there In 1ST0 at the
Vai of hl cl.5!. dlvldlnc the second
OrK pr.re of the year. After a couple
f eat .if tr.nel he became a clerk in
r.j ft!ur Ilrm. ami In lsT3 he wn
f..i-ine-. later t.ikir-j oer the busl
:(4 Hut t.ls i.mbiiloiiK ill. I tint lie In
h ''hanne! of tr.ule He lcami In
"rted tn public atf.i'.r. ami In 1SSI
vth.ir frjni actU participation In
t.e ttrni" balnesa ana entered upon a
Mnrta Iteforni WurL.
B'fare he was 20 eui old he had
JilneJ with other men of wea'.tli 11 iMb-
tlnt the Iirook..n Hj.itd it I'litrltles,
nW.tr.es known as the Charity iirginl
irjjn Society, of which he became preoi
or.t He founded the Youns Mi n'H He
rsbhcin Club, which worked for (larfle'd
nl Arthur in M0, and set out a car
'itfr 1 1 r'form political condition!" In
Brooklyn, mrvlnar notice on the Hepuh-
cir. ni..-.i':ie fiul .1 i-ltlien' ticket must
U r.otnliiated asalnt-t the Ilrook'.yn
.Mr uiw wm nominated after the
X'it.g P.epnbllc.tnii end the machine
'.b..une witliurevr their candLiu:. nnd
isrwl t,. compromise. H w.i. elected
- i.i .ndepemletit and Republican ticket. '
:i- ai rcrieuicu in ivvn sears
'it'.- he went abroad, and c.-.nio bark in 1
to become president of Columbia
(Me'. For thirty-three year- he wan 1
1 n.emher of Its liouril of trustees, not
Mining until 1114, and for twelve years
.- i 1 ,es, lent of the c. lle;c It was
' - .1 1 U'j efforta cMertv that t ic tip.-
".' , line to be situated on Mornlr.4
1 Meig its.
V. .en Mr I.ow became ptesldciit of
"-.uml.ui t.:e Inst.tutlou consisted of
'ur fa'i.itle, it watt attended hy only
Jl vj'-tits, the library had only 91,-
'"s volumes, the wealth of the college
' a t-t.tnated at llO.i.iOO.OOO arul tlu
"11.1... it ere i-rntt.I.il l.t... .iiirow I
.:v .iujrti-rs.l,orderlnir tviim the trncks
'the Vnrk Cee.tr.il It-.lhvav- in .'
IIU Work for Columbia,
in he resigned lie. president the of
f.rr .,f Instruction ndcjited minutes
' -i '."g i-ut that the Institution now ton
."I'll --f nit), facultl.s. that lt colli ges
.1 -ch 1.01s w.-re attended by 1,31.0 slu
.at its llbriry contained 311,000 '
Itirr.-, t m; tne wealth of its corpura-
ton was estimated ut II 5,000, Oon, of
. hi. n Sl.Ic ...him represented the gener-1
r.ty uf Mr Low- himself, and finally
- it the un.vrrslty wis located on an In- ,
Th s magnificent achievement," they i
'J.J -.vrught w-lthln the short ierhl
ti:w j.-ar.s, has no parallel in the
t.lucati. u.il hlstorv of any country or of
' ' a-it, and uu further or Ughet proofs
I M. l.ow-e abilities an an edm a.or I
t.J . t: administrator than the meie re-
j . , facte are neeess.ii.v "
"f the uu. nay whicn Mr. I.ow' -ive to ,
u ''U j l.i.oi I, nun v.iirf for the library, i
' '.s father had said before Ills
.eatli he wiuhid to ive tu the unlver-,
When lie was Inaugurated as firesldent
' f'.lum'Jli Mr. I.ow ald.
The value of Columbia lies not In her.
Rtplcuous nu, Uu her chief and per
"ir.ent value to the city Is in the conetant
Witness she bears to the usefulness nnd
'.ollll:y of the Intellectual life anil In the
he Is always doing to upbuild that -
Law Teacher ult. j
Wh-.e Mr. Loiv was president of Co. 1
n.t... .i,ir,i,inr .,, ti, !.. kci,n,.i i.e.
me (h.jMtlslied with the way that
'r- 1 i f t. - university was .idniiiils.
lirej and a number of them resigned to
i' l .tw- YorK l.i .v School, estnb
led ti -.io t r uc r!t laid down by
f, The-.-iore W. Uwight, who had been
daa of ta- Co'umbia Law School.
Ii l'.T M- I.'.'.v ran for Mayor of
'tv Voik Lj an Independent ticket and
U defeatiu. Two years later he was
del-ate fior the 1 'lilted States to the
lice onfeicioe at The Hague. In 1301
r.e ran for Mayor again and waa elected
m a fusion t'. kt.
Hn'.e r.03. when he ceased to ho
Jliyor he had constantly kejn up his In
In iiuhlle affalra. He held degrees
'"m Amheist, Jlarvanl. Princeton,
frlnlly, Yale und Kdlnburgh. In 1910
''- HAS elected r.rctl.li.nl nt the Ilenilb.
l"n Club, As he took the oftire he made
speech In which he said that "there
cannot b. any doubt that the party must
"nd, In the words of (lov. Hughes, for
an linnudlate. Impartial, thorough and
""paring lnvestl;ntlon Into leglslatlvu
Kactlces und procedure."
Flghte Coat of Living.
In I91J Mr. I)w and some of his
fr;r.4s got up a movement which they
;.'Pd would help solve the high cost of
UH by the organization of a farm
"lax. At that time he had lecn doing
"J'ich as n farmer on his place In West. I
'le-r county. He had i loved out his'
"tire property holding at Newport two
"fats before .pro'.ci ty which came to'
'.'tn ivlini his father divided his real rs-1
1M0 r.lt.nn.. l.lu .l.HU . .1.11.1...... ... l.lu I
ion miro t,.,,u.t:i, . v ,!.
-tatU In UJ2.
Mr, Low was elected preldent of the
lumls-r of Commerce In l14, a pol
m which hl father had held Aty year
1 fore. The club antl aeclftUt t WW
gETH LOW, dead at the age of
)(, educator and publicist,
was Mayor of Brooklyn 1881
1885, Mayor of Now York 1002
1903 nnd president of Colum
bia University 1800-1901.
Mr. I.nv Motived wcrtr tiutwrouj. Ha
prejliletit of the
v'le.y of America, the Oeonruphlciil So-
tlety of New York, the Xew York
Ac.ulemy of I'olilli-al Science, the Na
tional Civic Krileintlnn. HI", elutu were
the Century. Metropolitan, City. Repub
lican, Down Town. Author. Itarnaril,
Columbia .mil Hamilton.
In lso Mr. l.o- married Mia Annie
CtirtK ilaiuhter of Juilcr K. It. Curtis.
Hie town hou.e was at JO Kast Sixty
Since the outbreak of the European
war Mr. I.nw IkiiI leen especially u. tlve
n prolilent of the New York Chamber
of Commerce ami the Civic Ke.lct allon.
SIB CAVENDISH BOYLE.
Win (intermit- of .Venfnanilliiiiil la
ItMII-OI am! (IT Vrnn (Mil.
London-. Sept. 17 rilr C.ivendlh
Hoyle, who was (Jovernur of .Newfound
land from 1901 to U"H, died here to-iUy.
He was torn in IS If, and was kn'.Khted
In KST. He wa Colonial Secretary of
MfiiiiuJ.i from lsI to and Uoern
nietu Secret.ir In HrltMl Oul.ma from
lr to 1901. mid ui.k delegate for Hrlt
l 1 Crtii.ina and Itermu.l.i in reciprocity
111 c.itialluiv with the Vnlted Stated In
In 1314 Sir Cavendlsli married Miss
Loulre Sawooii, a niece of the late Ar
thur Saraocn, who was an Intimate friend
of Klnj? KJward.
COL. JOHN H. BEAC0H.
Illra an llesqli of Heart I'allarp In
( nlunln ftublnn.
Ci.l.t'Mhfs, X. M , Sr,-it. 17 Col. John
III. Ile.icotn. Sixth Infant. y. F. S. A..
He-1''1'';1 ot h'lrt failure to-,l.iy in tolonla
rmblan. according to new. received at
Krin' headquarters. lie wan stricken
wn, rn .wrn m aio mr . aiexjco.
X ' -" -"'- 1
l.uar.l troops encamped nt that place.
r Heacm led his regiment to San
Antonio. Ci hiiahua. In the earlier p.m
..f tt-e catn..igii after Villa.
ouin In lh!o T,j jfi'i. ago.
Ivimnii 111erlcMi1 Turfman
Dies In London,
I-Nisj.v. Scot 17 Svdnev Pacet. well
known tut f man. diid ,i London Salur- I
day. .Mr. Paget at one time managed 1
the racing stable uf the late William i
C. Whitney and for many years lived'
VVTiltriee it,d fnr m.ifii" velrs llveil '
in Xew York. His widow 'is 'a dauchter i
of William P Dolar. of l'hiladelnhla. I
Ml'. Paget was i years old.
. Janice ', Court.
WasitlNiiToN, Sept. 17. James C.
Courts, clerk of the House Appropria
tions Committee for the past thirty-two
.vears and a prominent figure in the
framing of appropriation incasutes dur-
Ing miny Congresses, ,llel at his coun-
try home near here to-day after a short
Illness. He was .11 lears old and had
been connected with the Appropriations
Committee In various capacities since
Is"". He was appointed from iennes
Itot.ert M. Webb.
Iti.bert M Wehh. formerlv of Brook-
jn, but recently of Fort Worth, Tex.,
,jH, Saturday In the rectory of St.
pet. r's Kplsce.pal Chunh. 34.". Slate
street, llrooklyn, the home of his brother,
Archdeacon Webb. Ml". Webb had come
fi. in Texas only two weeks ago. He
Iwgan business In Brooklyn n a manu-
fa-turer of piano t-upplics, Falling
health compelled him to go to the
Southweet His wife. Isabel Stradley
Webb, suiv'lvcs him.
Howaril I., woouy.
Howard L. Woody, active In Republi
can politics and former superitendent of
...il-.1ln ntHfa ne.l liiilldlnirs in Hrooklvn.
died of upoplexy yesterday at Sound
Jieach. Conn. He was born In Indiana
47 jears ago. lie began nm career as a
member of the staff of the Chicago
n(cr (Jceoii. He lived at 81 K'ghth
''"" Brooklyn. H; mem her of
nun.ber of lodges and clubs and of the
Society of Friends.
Catl Soh't. a former trtutee of the
New York Philharmonic Society and a
proT.lncn: llsuni In the musical world,
I.e, viMe;i!iy at his home, 137 Kiat
Nuiet -f iur;h ureet. aft-r a long Ill
ness, He was bor i in MeVktrnhurg
Sclivvenn He had been aMoelated with
the Theodore Them's o-cliestra and a
professor In several New York conserva
tories. Labor Shoriaur Threatened.
HtRMlN'HiAM, Ala.. Sept. 17. Short
age of unskilled labor In the Birming
ham district Is threatened because of
the exodus of between 4,000 nnd 5,01)0
P,wr,, ,i,e Pennsvlvanla rtailrod
ntgroes drawn rrom tins section Py
Virginia mines and the coal fields
0f Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
SUNDAY, Septtmber 24
I.' I'ennsylvanU Hlsllon I.Su.VM
" Hu.Ijii.ii Terminal 7,80 ASI
llllTI'IININil. leaves Atlantic
Tlcktl good only on Hpeclal Train
In each direction.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
!5 KILLED AS MOTOR
! RAMS BRIDGE RAIL
Victims of On.v Party of 11
Hurled From Willis Avenue
'Structure JS Feet
SIX ARE SEVERELY Hl'RT
Woman Dies When Bus. Re
turning From Church,
Smashes Into Tree.
Five persons, were killed and six
other? hurt In the wrecliln of an auto
mobile on the Will! avenue bridge over
the Harlem Itlver early yesterday morn
ing. One of the Injured may die.
The car. which was taken nut by otic
of the party without the owner's pernils-
slon. and which carried the party to I
a number of cafes In Manhattan and
The llronx, suddenly shot across the
footwalk on the bridge and rammed the
hildge rail on the right side. Then It
Vlt a supporting pillar nnd crumpled up.
The four who lost their lives were thrown
from the bridge and fell twenty-five feet
to the pavement In 1:7th street under
the Manhattan approach.
Hair, Thomas. 27 years old, a chauf
feur, of 235 Knst 124th street.
Hankie, Hyman. 24 ears old, a
watchman, of 214 Kast 121st street.
Xew man, Mri.. May. 24 enrs old, of
33.1 Kat 122d street.
Spangenhurg. 24 years old. a chauf
feur, of 1102 Washington avenue. The
WIIon, Ml, 1113 Tlnton avenue.
Th Injured were :
Hums. William. 23. 233 F.ast I22d
I Wane. Thomas, 32. 23SJ Second
Flannery. Da-Vel. 23. Iron worker,
42 Kant 1.17th street.
Hart. Mae. 23. 37 Kaat 137th
Kane. Francis. 21, 73? Second ave
nue. Xewman. Frank, a plumber. 26, 333
Kane who was driving, suffered a
fractured kull and may die. Ail ex-1
cept Dunne were removed to the Harlem
Hospitii Jie was taken to the Sy.len-
The ride began when Hair took the au-
The crash was heard bv several no
licemen on strike duty, and they saw to
the Immediate removal of the Injured.
Coroner Healy began nn Investigation.
and found that Mr. Murtha had not given
ni:. i-riniesuii 10 na;r lor i.iKing out the
car, and that he had been trying to locate
it at the time. The police thought that
reckless driving c.used the accident.
Thrown From Itnnnlna Hoard.
Frederick c. Hicks of Barker's Poln
r-irst New York district
veas bitched on
his head from the rurnJng l-oard of an
au'omoblle and rendered unconeoou
Saturday night near the Wampnge
Shores estate. Long Island, as he was
returning l-mi" from a v, t at the tes
der.ee of Theidore floosevelt Pel1 lie
did not teover cotitcjcusness until ves-
terda), but he i.i'I recover
l.ouli I.!ochitz. 7. of ."..13 .vshford
street llrooklyn, was huocked down ves -
,, ,,:, . . ,,, ' . . ' , , ' loii undertaken In th division, will his pcwn a-ij itred education hail made single i , , , ,,., 0t,l..r dii--rti-. hU structe.l to niako a special In
supplies. lOJth street and the hast Kiver, fantlle paralysis .provide Piactice both in a march and him think any klnd'ier .f the majesty of jae-t during thej tight gardlng animals In the hou.ehi
n...ni.iiA ... 1,..... it- v....i. . i ... 1 1 i . l.i i.ieweiiitt i-.trK. west i.rance. or 'n- iin. ,- nf . , .-i.-.i.- ...n.n 11.,-. --- ----
t ill i I v'.ieci ma ir.eiuis. .miss )r an(1 jIr, incii.s arilved in QUAr- making camp for a large fotce as well as the law nnd lt administration vvas ie- V.lla was not pre-.-it. . P war lied If the nurses find any suspl
Hart J"ned the party at Sulzers Har.eni iintin earlv vesterdav moiT.ing by the! In contesting the ground they will oc- Up. I n t. r. port to !r i: Stagg Whltln, tie t dc of bac.e fr-.-n 'ie ...t. r;s ..f dl. at!n'i they are to report th
mver iasino Mte s.iij nMt she drank , ' ,,' , .. " cupy. , c.ialrnian of the Xat.onal Commlt'ee on tl.e c'tv Ho . te. r'r 1 is rice ni; ojth- Inrneillately and the suspected
nothing and that Kane didn't either. i American liner St Paul, a hit belated, .t R ,.r.. , ivi.u . .r.,v..e,t sv.e., V..1..1 ,1,,- ,h. 11 t.e s.M...i f,.r e.hri-,.lnn
I terdav on the Snake Hill ior.I. Highland i!,; th home of the little girl material!)
II I Park. Brooklyn, by an automobile driven ! helped to Improve her condition. '
r- by Thomas llurke. Jr. 13. or 153 Nor
d 1 wood avenue. Krooklvn. The l,ov was
by Thomas llurke. Jr. 1!. of 153 Nor-
wood avenue, KrookIn. The boy was I
taken to the Kings County Hospital In
a aerlous condition from a fra. Hired
n t-imi -neil It lit.i frftn. .-1 rr.1. tllre.l I
skull snd lef let. Burke was not ar-
cV.. i,. . ,.ii , ,.. ..... -
oi Queens Boulevard toward Manhattan' uM- w,in, b" hf''' ,'"a'J,r!"0.n.at 2:,"fl
last nisht ran down William Doolen. .12s ' the choir of the Cathedral of St. John
liist Twenty-third street, and Ml-!tl,c I"vll".
l.ulse MrKane. 302 West rortv-seventli
street, lis they were crossing tlie boute-, :
vard near Celtic avenue All Ave we-e "" 1
Injured. The brothers were Alexander.' ,
Abrahnm and Michael KocnlgslH'rg. 25
West 106th street. i
At Mount Klsco. N. Y Julius (lotto
lost control of his motor cycle as he
neared the Putnam division tracks at
Lexlngt.n avenue. The gates had becn
" The Fall Soo?on is
' And' Saks Clothes
for Men, in all the
glory of their Au
tumn coloring and
their new and novol
lines, are assembled
for a swift advance,
into Fall '.r.ri Winter
r Suits and Over
coats b the thou
sands, rho fabrics
sotting new bound
aries in the realm
of design, the mod
els interpreting with
mirror - like fidelity
the cleverest 5th
ments in clothes.
i But enough o; to
day. v This is just a re
minder that the Fall
Season is Here and
Saks Clothes are There
Fall Suits $17.50 to $50
Fall Overcoat.-. $15.00 to $38
Broadway at 34th Street
China hit the rear end of the train. He
was taken to the Northern Westchester
Hospital with a fractured akult.
Irvlnx Harrison, n machinist, whose
home Is In Cape May Point. N, J., whs
struck al Surf oenuc and Tenth street.
Coney U'laml, yesterday afternoon by an
automobile driven by William Meyers of
622 Ur.ind street, Brooklyn. Harrison
was taken to the Coney Island Hospital
with a fractured spine. Meyers was ar
rested for driving on the wronn side
of the street.
Motor Has l(ll a Tree. .
Wihtk PLAINS, N. Y.. Sept. IT. Mrs.
C. II. Williams, a wealthy resident of
Shore Acres, at Mamaroncck, was killed,
her husband and daughter were seriously
Injured and four others hurt In an auto
mobile accident here this nfternoon. The
party was returning from the Christian
Science Church at Mamaroncck In the
motor omnibus of the Shore Acres Club.
The automobile had turned Into the Bos
ton Post road and was zolnir at ft rapid
rate when the wlndhleld broke, the Rlasa
. t-l L I .. I.. 1 .. nM. . - t. . . rr 1
' """I'-'oii. me ciau.ieui,
In the face and head, atunnlng him.
He lost control of the car and It
dashed Into a tree on the side of the road, .
The bus. n hide seated affair, was cut In'
hilf. Mrs. Williams wns thrown out
headlong Hgatnst tV.e tret, and she died.
before rpe.tlc.il nld could retch her. The
other occupants wer.! thrown In a i
l""'u,,'i mass, two twins caught beneath
me v.iecnnKe. i ne were .nr. u uiianis ai i'-w nays n.e leu me roms al
and his daughter, Mrs. .1. J. Hull, both together Impassible. If the weather per.
of whom hae fractured hips and In- m'la the tolumn will move out on
ternnl Injuries. Others In the car were Wednesday
Miss Katherlne Paine, and Mr. and Mrs. Hrlg.-nen. .lame- W Lester. In coin-
Waller 1.. Stevens, summer residents of 'natid. will have the Seventh, Twelfth
Shore Acres. Miss I'alne has r.it i.Iwimi . SKty ninth Infantry, th- Seond
the head and face and prolMl.lv internal
Injuries. Mr. and Mrs Sf..ven ...
Injurles. Mr. and Mrs. St.Mens are cut
and bruised. Thompson suffered cuts
NrWAhK V I B,., i- v i....
hurt In a series of automobile accidents
in this city to-d.iy. Andrew l'.iuii. 13
years old, of 1 43 D-lancey street, riding
a blcyile near his home, collided .villi
nn aiitomnfille owned and dr yen by '
i miMiaii tilbbo of 32 Dclancev stieet.
Tim Inil- i,Mit,.hU- inl..,,l IM....M,.
inenov was probliI injured Internally.
Pi IT,?.,,- ' jr" OU1, wf
!,.t,h i T ! "kJ! !!" inV hy,
automobile driven by Philip Jacqul of
'.. MJ,rri",OWn- a' ra.lr
lUOllut and Hfteenth avenues, and In-
o-co Tiitelo. I years old. of 3!..
William Bell. .vears old. of 10 Wat
son avenue! was struck by an automo
bile driven by Atthu. I., flrimme of
'.045 Sanfoi.l avenue, Irvinfton. Bell's
head nnd body were bruised.
POLICE GUARD SPEEDERS.
Mr. ami Mrs. Inaallsj llaah lo Home
nf tlnuuhtrr. III.
1'nder the pio'.ecton of Xew Jersey
police Percy Itigalls, secretary of the
Public Fervlie Corporation of Xew Jer-,
soy. and Mis. Ingalis were permitted to;
Ignoto speed regulations yesterday as
-hev hastene.1 to the b4Hslde of their llt-
tie daughter Conftmre, III at their home
bieause of heavy head winds, nnd were
taken off by .1 tug that landed them at
Jersey City, wr.ero an automobile
awaited them. They got home In record
1 t'me and were nverJoed to find that the
little fflrl has a eood chance for life.
When Capt. Mills of tho St. Paul heard 1
of the trnub'e of Mr. and Mrs Ingalis he
volunteered to help all lie could and put
on speed In the hope of reaching Quaran
tine In time to let trem land on Saturday 1
nlg'it. I.u' the elements were against'
him. The arrangements for speeding the
Ingallses were made partly by wireliss.
Collector Malone had special men at
Quarantine to pass them and one of the
swiftest tugs In the harbor vvas chartered
to take them to Jersey City. Special
motor cycle policemen detailed from
Jersey Ct, Newark and the Oranges
ico tnpanie.l the high poer.l automo
bile from start to finish to avoid the. pus.
f-blllty of a holdup
l The arrival of tl.e father and mother
Ilnrncr White's Kanrral Ta-day.
The funeral of Horace White, vice-
l"r d'nt of the F.vening Post Ihlbllsh.
, ir.c t ompane. who died at hi" horn. H
(West Sixtv -ninth street, on Saturdav
" Of the many styles in
Mallory derbies for Fall,
the one illustrated. is most
r Like all Mallory hats, it
is modeled of the finest
materials obtainable, and
in style "sets the pace"
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ACTION FOR ALL
Military Funeral for Private
Cohn Chaplain Cadman
Coiniii'' Home on Leave.
KAtigfar.Trr. Xrw Youk invistov.
Mcausv, Tc... Sept 17 A tn.. day
tleld mano-uvie and combat exercise for
n,e pr,t urip.nie. Iiicludlng the cnva'.rv
and other auxiliary troop, i planned
by, dlvHon headquarters for this
week. The problem, which Includes
n march to HldulRo and an encimi..
ment over nlcht then-, was tn start
to-morrow, but heavy rains of the
HJHon of the Second Fluid Artillery
company of i:ulllter.. the S.gnal
for"i'any of I.ugliiter.. the s.gnai
1 V ,n'r" Ainiiuiince ioni .in,
v ,.. .-..,. n ..ini u. .(uii.nuii..,
i irsi ..vmry io o" oeiKiiaien nv
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i-.'ed by any soMI.-r or np.in any .inltn.l,
but ervire amn:unltio.i pitsrubed for
combat w.uons will Ik carried, al
though turn .Is will l.e provided ti see
I ul" " ' "'..il .irawn
I Th, 0..tM ...ii.er.. who w.ll be
, ,rt.nt!.le i l.v white t,,t 1 .,1. w.u l.e
i lflentltled by white hat I
1 '''"' from the division
almy mrrr, .'. Mr-,
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McAllen and from
The general situation, out of wlnrh n
special problem will be defined, Is as fo.
The nin Orande "eparates friendly
countries. Blue north ard Oreon south.
(The Gre.n country Is harised hy a
j hnvtile led force. The Blue tJovern
! tvent ts inoperitlnc with the !iee. ijov
j erntnnt ;n tne defeat of 'he P.ed '. Tees,
j On the morning of the tub. according
I to the orders, the Mexican town .ioro
from Hidalgo Is held by a squadron of
!reen cavalry The nearest ilteen sup
' trfiitit'g force 's a detarhmei t of .ill arm
at Monterey and Saltlllo. with an ap
proximate strength of l.io.t. The lied
forces of all arms occupy most of the
State of Tamaullpas and threate-i Mon
ei) A Blue division l at lMlnburg,
with detailftiients at nearby points
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nillltiity funeral tn-d.iy over the body of
Private Joseph Cohn. nho died at the
camp hospital yrsteulay following an
operation. The collln, draped In a Hair,
wns brought to the rillro.nl station from
the camp hospital on a cilsson of the
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, i'ii.i rinn .iimii'it, 1'i.iiirii'ti i? int.
company and the rcidmeuMI lund.
''haplnln S. Parkes Cadman of the
Twenty-third Infantry lu left for
llrooklyn upon ii thirty day leave of ah.
ence. Major .lohn It. Kevin or
Twentv.th'rd his alo beep granftd
thirty days leave.
I SECOND N. Y. ORDERED HOME.
will He llelleted ni Phnrr, Tea.
Ii the Srruml Tenneisee.
lll'.ttnn'ARTERU M:w AOP.k DIVISION.
M.'AU.nN. Tex.. Sept. 1 7. The Second
. link Infantry, t ol .lames M.
Andrew, has been ordered baik tn Cnmp
Whitman, arcordlng to Information
given out at Division Headquarters this
evening. The Second Teiinessen In
fantry ha been ordered to I'h.irr and
the Second Xew York vv'lt return bv the
same railroad equipment, when It
reaches there, admit Vedneil.ij .
It Is tiudersto.il tlui! strotu political
Influent i' was eir"ed at Waslilngtou to
have the Second HrKlmerH sent home,
lis headquarters are nt Troj Xext.to
the Third and the S'.My-nlnth the Second
wan the last nf the .nfantry icgiinnt
to reach the Mexican bonier
NEW CARRANZA BANK DECREE.
Ilislltiillons Must Increase lleserve
I. , ,.-r i niirr .lour,.
Mnxn-n Citv. Set t 17 Hen. Carrania
to-d.iv Issued a decree regulating banks
ami the tti of bank note., ihedecteo
provinc in.ii n.niKs suau nicie.ie uie.r
resetves iirtd they ate Mitllelent to
cover . !l paper money alre.ulv Issued.
Hen C.irr.vua will nppoli't bnk exam-
,i.er tin. I If bank., do not i.itr.ply with
the decr'O they mul liquidate and ills-
The de ree also takes away tlie mo-
HMKilv of l.-suitu: bank bills from banks
nM tie I in wmmiMit II i.pal.llg to
i l- r,. ,i,. .... f n.u
till ill llluilV .
TANNENBATJM TRIES SING SING.
I'liurrli Morn.er of 1. . V. Finds
It Place for "Siinarr Ileal."
F.-anl; Tannenii.iuin. fornietly an I
W U leader whose fivorlte rcnatlon
was the invnslon of churches at tiw
lie.nl 'fa hungry mob, but who rhanged
hi" nental diet and sought knowledge in
Columbia University, cterday com
pl.ted his flrt voluntary Incarceration
In Sine Sing prison in older to "study"
. ..it. lit. one.
Tant.enb.inni previously absorbed at
m sphere in the cold interior of the
, ' ' ,. ,'. ..
on on Itta-kwi-ir lsl.it-d. 1 thirst
for knowledge at that time was wholly
T.iiin. uhauni tepwir on t. e 1 :20 P. M.
train out of UMiirtx y.eterd.iy with an-
!''er week's pr:on experience In his
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KILL 157 VILLISTAS
I In ml
Eiirlit.v-sfven of (Ik
Taken Prisoners Kvcfiited
After tlie llattle.
LEADER FLEEINO SOITII
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- I I'eVillO W iHllllIi'll : I mht
Lasted Entire Day City
Fuilcr Martial Law.
Ml. I'iso, Tex., Sept, 17. Followers
of I'ati.-h.i Villi, their numbei etl.
mated between Coi) and 1,00", made an
attack in ("ilhtlahun clt early Satur
day mo tiltta On" hundred and tlfty- ,
-even Villlstas were killed and eighty-I
'ven prisoners tnkrn. The Conrtlfl- j
t.ina',lt caiialtle .ire not known, but.
.t i ad -it. tied that ilcn. .laelnto II. Tre
vino w.i. wounded In the left shoulder.
T.i-day niiir.l.il law was .ris lalined I i 1
the entire state nf Chihuahua. It Is re
ported the eight. -seven captured bandit-
li.li. been executed.
KetalN of the battle, win. h began
Satlll.l.iv inoriMiur abonl I o'clock i.n.l
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out Stin.lny iifterniMin by 5en Franclco
(lenza'rs. . mn-n inder of the larder
loices of Chiauahua at .luarez
t :i :i o i-io.'X, during a heav
. ,,nd wh.le the t.totde v er .iIeen after I
' -be f,.t vit'es of two nU-hts In honor of
the Mexi an Inilep.ndeiue da v. the Villa
fr,., enteral t.ie town I,, two . '.pi.ni
(,n,. )m,r str,,ght for the penitent. ai v .
W tu-re .lo-e n.-z S.il. I7.H-. the :.n.
restie.i rebel on trial for plotting agalnt
th" tloverirnent. and cne po'ltlc.il pris
oners wet., released. The other colu'Pn
ruheil for the (lover-snetit buildings and
Federal Pi lace, drtv.ns out the small
Bandits I'm lo Fllicht,
i!.-it Trevliin, lushing his troop, to
vantage point-, o-.eied 'l-e tlov.-rninent
buildings with ritli .1 and nn.-hiiie t!un.
lie then t ' - pitsi.tal i-oinni.ltld "f the
attillerv (. Santa ltni and by a few
Well directed shots mad" the buildings
! tenable. The bandits, faugh' Under
ne d l'lhle Ire, lied out of the city to tile '
've.t. having iin.ro than 10'. dead
The tleelt g V.lla follow'rs at Xnmbre
de !:n tan Into t'.aj for.c ! Hen.
Itamns, nhli It 7en. Trevlno had
plxced then, m .it off rt-o r.ti.-at III-
mi e e .tit.tMii- I the iiorstilt witii he.ivv
loss m tt' hntn'i'-
A larce nutnle t of fot-ner adherents
Vi'!.. r..1 nr .'. .. a-- atin.i - ti. i ilo.nl
Mate.-:-) c.u.iveo. .are a giner.il under
Orozeo. was t.ik. t. pi.son.-r. which
.li'.p'.i. Ity of oth.-r factions
It l nport.il th it not
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.Northwestern Hnllroad. lie Is belua)
hotly pursued, according to Oen, (Jon
Clou, rionzales would not admit that
thete was any connection between
Villa's attack and tlie decree of martial
law, which wan received by him flun
, uay morning,
i Tlie General dechred that the deer
wo,ll(, ffct bandits only, and that the
, rV, 40pulHttori would be governed aa be
fore, instead of trying banditti nnd plot
ters by cotirt-martlHl or by council of
war, jh heretofore,-the commanding gen
erals In the various districts will have
power to deal with euch cases sum
marily It Is chimed by some that Villa made
the attack upon the city of Chihuahua
for the purpose of deinonstratltM to tho
I'mteil States commissioner now meet
ing with the Mexican commissioner to
attempt tn settle the dMleultle between
the two coitntrli-M that Carranzi Is not In
control of Mexico mid cannot get control
and loep It
ti'p.itchi fro'M Chl'iu.ihua yesterday
reported that a fi.itute of tlie Hidalgo
d.i paiade would ! twetity-four field
stltl. Hen, Ttevlnn said list week that
scouts w in hint mti rv b wed ranchers on
Villi' line nf in c.i 1 .ii tied of a boast
b Villa that I e would e lebrate the eve
of IiuIoik-ihIcik c !.!. In t'lilhualitia.
rOLK'S VltiWS SOUGHT.
Mcxlcs.ii Joint Coiiinilsslon Call
Male llepnrtnient Counsellor.
Xrvv I.i.";pon, Conn, Sept. 17, M.t-
fll. ,1 . '. .r. . u ...I .... . .
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. ' o''" aim .iex-
Ico will be made this week by the mem-
beri of the Joint c)mtnl.lon. In tho be-
lief of the Amercan and Mexican com
mlesiorers as expressed liere to-day. It
Is not considered likely that a pro
gramme for maintaining order along
th boundary will be reached soon, how-
The Mexfim returned to-nlsht fmm
Xew York. I.uls Cabrera with them. He
hid Leen ill, but v.mj able to make the
return trip. Secretary I.ane, Judge dray
and Major-Gen. Illlss wen to New
po. t to-day on the yaclr Sylph. Dr.
John II. .Mutt Is expected back tn-mor-.
Pis. usslons during the early part nt
this week probably will be confined to
Mexico's Internal affairs. It was eald
to-day tha' the conitnl'sloners have
asked that Counsellor Polk of the State
Departmen' be ?pnt here.
NEW PARALYSISQERM HUNT.
lrlel Inquiry IleanrdlnK Pete Ii
Humes af vtrleUen hlldrra.
In view of the steady decline In the
r umber of case" of infantile paralyals
last week the offices of the Health De
partment were closed yesterday for the
v.vcnurl Sonil.tv sine. tlie eeil.lemle he.
cm. Health officials aro aiiEUlne that
, nr M.i,Kdv.
In order that exact Information may
be obtained as to whether poliomyelitis;
... i urs in domestic animals and whether
these pets play any par' in the transmls-
slon of the disease, all the visiting nurses
a lit the Health Department have been In
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tlie owner $270, were utd to heat this
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104-108 West 42nd St.