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Great International Airplane Race. Ready to Start. Here and at . Toronto BACK EXCEPT FEW IN $45,000 THEFT IE OF LIBERTY BONDS Maj. Gen. Howzc Returns WIfh Rnal Units of Much-' Praised Regular Outfit. Two HoId-Ups, Two Attempt ed Burglaries and an Auto Theft in One- Centre. Urge Strikers Here to Hould Out for Recognition of Union. Detectives Report S4i,000 $ 1 Securities Stolen Here Are Located!. NT. THE EVENING WORLD, SATttBDAY, A,U ( IJ T 2t3 ALL THIRD DIVISION CRIMINALS HAVE ENGLISH ACTORS ! PROMISE HELP IN i GABLETO EQUITY THREE ARRESTED BUSY NIGHTtlEAR GUNNERS POLICE STATION td Division. Rearular Army. with the exception of the 7th Machine Oon Battalion, which remain In Ger many, la now entirely on home soil, the laat units arriving to-day on four of tlx transport! which reached this port. Major Oen. Robert I Howie, tlir command of the Sol came home with S.000 of hta men, porta -of the ,0th Infantry and 10th Machine dun .Battalion on the Kronprina Frederick Wllhelm. 1 Oen. Howxe took the Mtb Division to France- laat year and auoceeded Major Gen. John T. Dlckman In com mand of tie td when the latter was Circa command of one of our armlci. Darin tan daya of heavy lighting in the Argonne Gen. Howie dlrocted thoy operations of the td and he la very proud of the work oif the division. Just before leaving for Brest to em bark for home a eh. Howie dedicated two monuments at Chateau-Thierry. One la la memory of the dead of tho division, the other commemorate tho achievements of the Third Division In stopping the Germany at the Marno In the Chateau-Thierry sector. ' According to Gen. Howzxe the Third Division, while serving as part of our Army of Occupation near Coblonz. conducted Itself so well that 10,000 Ger man residents of the district signed petition asking that the Third bo ul- lowed to remain during the period of flniniHon nrnvlded for in tho treaty. The first verified German hrtdo to ' arrive In the United Btatoa came on tho Frederick Wllhelm. She Is the vwlfa of Lieut. Griffon, 7th Machine Goa Battalion, whose home la la Bridgeport. Her maiden name was Margaret Rothurst and her home was In Ooblena. Lieut. Griffon got special permission from the War Department to ..marry her. .Ills parents woro at the pier and took the bride to Bridge port with them. One reserve officer who does not want to get out of the army Is Capt. it C Msrrltt of Tuckahoe, who served j-, with the Kth Infantry and wear tho Vrot war cross, the Distinguished Service Green and the Insignia of tho Leciea of Honor. He was a bond sales man la ttoe flnsndnl dlstrlot before the war. Now ha la aide to Major Gen. THowse and will accompany his chief to El Paso, where the General will toko charge of the troops In that district. About 300 men of the Third came home on tho Nonsemond, which was formerly tin Hamburg-American liner Pennsylvania. Brigadier General Ora E. Hunt, commander of the Sixth In fantry brigade, had charge of the troops on this ship. On the Nanso raond was Lieut. F. M. Brady of Von kers who wears three decorations and was cited for leadlng'a party of twenty evea men which captured, nlno tno Kjhlno guns, seven German officers and nlnetr German Drlvates in the Ar- gonna, . The trips ending to-day closed the careers of the Frederick Wllhelm and tho Nansemond as transports. Thoy will be overhauled bore. Other transports whloh brought men of the 2d Division were the .Huron, with 1.200 men of the 4th Unfantry. and tho Sol Navts, with Worne of the JOth Infantry. Too Madawaska brought 1,491 as sorted troops, including 7S0 of the 76th Field Artillery. The Powhatan. which started from Franco .for Newport .News and was diverted to this port en route, carried 1.601 toopa, including 450 of tho 76th Field Artillery. INW00DBUYS GREEN GOODS. Rot tfu an Opan and Above oard Oama and Police Don't Interfere. Dp In the Inwood section of Manhat tan they're conducting a sale to-day of green goods rlrbt out In the open, un afraid of police Interference. The "green goods men" are the mem bers of the Inwood Community Gardens Association, who are selling about ten trucklosds of corn, beets, carrot, on Ions, cabbages, spinach' and other gar lcn products picked, last night from their own gardens. The sale stands are at Dyckm&n, Street and Foal Avenue ana at zo7Ui tJtreet and Sherman Avenue. The pro ceeds tof the sale will go to the Inwood Welcome Home celebration on Satur day. .Sept. . , ' follee Flyers Aid Jersey Fete, Through the Interest of Col. Blra .uliah P. Ghadlall, 'the expert In the laboratory of the Police Reserve Avia tion School, Hillsdale, N. J, Is to have un sdded attraction for the opening of I s Old Home Week celebration tn. tiny. Two planes, guided by police li Dots, are to fly from Mineola tn IIIUVPI vi w si wan niiiiDVia) ,if Hillsdale, carrvlnir Col. Gh&dlnll anr! Inspector John V, Pwyer. The planeof C. Secretaries ora still operating 100 Will be put through various atuntahuts tn England, France and Belgium ror mo muouaio cruwus, Iced TEA Tb Quality and FUvor are Pra-EmitVsmt Two hold-ups, two attempted bur glaries, and one automobile theft all In the district around the West 47th Street police station kept de tectives busy, there from last night to this morning. Only one man was caught This was Edward Lnhey. No. 31 "West lta Street, who was held In (10,000 ball In the West Side Court this morning on a charge of attempting to rob a dancing academy at 46th 8 free t and Broadway. He was caught because, when chased by 100 pedestrians and several autos, he ran Into tho arms of Patrolman Robert Graham. That was early this morning. Qrohom told tho police that ho and a pal, who was not caught, had been waiting for a man with a big roll of money, but failed to find him and had therefore decided to try tho dan co halt- so as to get something for the night' work. Tho police say the two might have succeeded In robbing the proprietor, Milton Prince, If the matron of the academy, Miss Katherine Murphy, hml not stopped In between. When shn did that they fled, and evury nndy after them. About 10.30 in the evening- Harry Melasky, manager of tho United Cigar store at Eighth Avenue and (7th .Street, was propartng to closa up. His girl was In tho back storeroom wait ing to walk home with him. Two men with revolvers backed MeUwky Into the room with the girl and locked, tho door. "We're gentlemen," said one of the roDoorn. "You'll have' no troublo If you behave." They got ISO and went away. Mo lasky klokcd down the door and, told tho police. Meanwhile somebody had stolen tho new automobile of Charles Glnch. pro prietor of nn, express business, who had left the car In front of his office at Na 1777 Broadway. He was told that two young men had walked up to It mid driven away. At one o'clock this morning Louts Shapiro was closing tho front door of Ills saloon at 53th Street and Broadway, wnea no heard a noise In the Tear. He got there Just In time lo scaro away a man who had broken open tba back door. He locked It again add went home. But the policeman on the beat found the door open again at four o'clock in the morning. Nothing had boon stolen and It is assumed thnt the burglar was squrcd off again. All this, however, does not mean thnt all the criminals worn flown town. V. Adam Kunz, No. 51 Sum ner Avenue, Brooklyn, and Miss Har riot Chapped, No. IS West 101st Strcot, wrn walking in Central Park in tno evening when they were held up at I03il Street hy two men who got Kunz's watch and- 335 and Miss Choppers mesh bag. Tho police a little later arrested John Bchkereth, No. 105 West 101st Street, nnd Frank Walls, No. 103 West 109th Street, and charged them with the park robbery. DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH GETS VANDERBILT MILLIONS Father's Gift of t 5,000,000 Is Just (o Renovate Her Lon don Home. Advices from parts, received here to day, state thst William K. Vanderbllt baa Just given $15,000,000 to his daugh ter, the Duchess of Marlborough, for merly Cotisuelo Vanderbllt. to renovate ncr ijuuuii Home. Bunaorjana House, MULLIGAN SAILS TO END WAR IC. of C. Chairman. Qorm to "Salvage Kqalpment and Call In Men. No matter when the Senate ratifies tlio Peace Treaty, the war will be over In three months. That's the date when the last K. of C. secretary will, leave overseas, according to William J. Mulll pin, Chairman of the Jfnlghta of Col umbus War Activities Committee. Tim "Caseys" had promised that their men would remain overseas "Until It was over. Over There, Mr. Mulligan la boohed to sail on the uornniu lo-uny 10 salvage Ills equip ment used during the war. He la to rila. )0n of a doughnut factory that makes la.uuu a uay, wie transport servloe and tne -ioney ininnu - at JireiL The K. ana a numucr in 4 otunuu ii Bjjjagsi The Hotel Commodore Intonation- sky. Letters will bo exchanged I 1 ?5SB.iwjb8BsBb . !, i tT,?!i .rr 3Ik cities whero Stops aro made from jjjKP KBi " , and Toronto, which starts on Mon- j0r nyjan to Mayor Wait of At- J JjBnaBB QflHra In tho history of the country. liuck of Buffalo and Mayor Church ot ! B3p5JB a5Rs6 . thP, Am .. , . . , . - around by tho Canadian flyers. iUBlIJIbbbHbbbI ,&.'i2SaiKeHaW3 Hi WU1 be given the signal to start by ' . , . ,. ' . . HSslUBBBWaV a iH vk4BmSfFi& "kzirtft The big Job for -the army airmen ftWarBBEsKp?. L'U m M3ts- . 1 iT. -W . "rig. una. rviiiuiin otiiuiiDii, utou ui , r.f thn i fTerent tnn. I VBBWBBBBBBB' flKOT tr.CHIU.lPi MCJ-VIULE THREW BOILING WATER ON BOY, IS CHARGE Accused Man Says He Was Annoyed Ry Noise of Youth's Playing w Under. Window. William Brunner, an' electrician, 24. No. C24 East 13th Street, was held In 12.00ft ball by Magistrate McQuadu In Mnrrlsanla Police Court to-day on ' charge of pouring a bucket of boiling water on 14-year-old Thomas illurku of No. E40 East 13th Street. The liurke boy Is In Lincoln Hospital suffering from frightful burns and the hotpltal authorities say ho cannot bo released he fore Sept. 2. Brunner's examination was set for that date. Uurko and other boys wcro playing In the back yard of tho tenement In which Brunner lives Thursday evening. They wcro noisy and annoyed Brunner, who grabbed a pall of boiling water from the kitchen -stovo and threw It Into tho yard. The pall and Its con trtits struck Burke. Brunner admitted to Detective Mcll lharty, who arrested him last night, thst he injured tho boy. He said In explanation that the boys had' so taunt ed and annoyed htm that ho lost con trol of himself and threw tho first thing Hist cams to his hand. PATHFINtfER FLIES NEARLY 2 MILES A MINUTE IN TEST New Record Set in Flight From DufTalo to Mineola Pre ceding Race. A new record has just been set for the Buffalo. Mineola leg of the big handicap and speed air racn which will -start Monday under the auspices of the American Flying Club of this city and the Aero Club of Canada. J, D. Hill, a pilot from Buffalo, reached Mineola yesterday afternoon In a Curtlss Orlolo biplane after a flight of four hours nnd ten minutes. The distance is 440 miles. Hill's speed was nearly two miles a minute. Hill made the night as pathfinder for the big International raco. On Monday 34- Government-bwned and 14 clvlllart planes will set forth ovr tltn same course reversed, with the difference that each will be coni pelled, under the rules governing the content, to make stops en routo it Albany, Syractiso and Buffalo, with Toronto as a terminus. Major Gen. Charles T. Mcnoher, director of the Army Air Hervfcc, will bo the starter ut tho Mineola end, It was announced, PRINCE CLOSES QUEBEC VISIT Visits Shrine nf St. Anne rte Ilena pre anil Kent lloqae, QUEBEC, Aug. 23. Concluding his three days' visit to Quebec, tho l'rlnco of Wales to-day was the guest of an other series of receptions. This morning he visited the famous Ureullne Convent .and Hotel Dlcu Hos pital. In the afternoon he visited the shrine of St. Anno da Ueaupre and trips to Montmorency .Falls and the ancient Kent House. To-night the Prince will be the guest of the Lieutenant 'Governor of the I'rovlnc at a dinner and reception at tho gubernatorial residence. SDencer- wood. The Vrlncs Uavss (or Toronto ltOfconrpw. The Hotel Commodore Internation al Airplane Race between New Tork and Toronto, which starts on Mon day, Is scheduled as the greatest rnce In tho history of the country. On tbp American side the airmen will be given the signal to start by Brig. Gen. William Mitchell, head of army aviation, from Roosevelt Field, at Mineola, and the Canadians will lake the air at the word from the Hrlnco of Wales from Exhibition City, Toronto. En route, both ways, ground stops will bo made at Al bany, Syracuse and Buffalo, and the routo wlU bo the round trip, the aero nauts finishing at their starting points. From Roosevelt Field the squad- ... . . . ,, ron will fly to Now York, across tho Quccnsboro Bridge, and after circling I'prshlng Square make adrlve for the, H.dson and follow tho. river to Al- . .. .,, . , , . -, bony. They will bo mot by Gov. Smith and his staff at Qucntln Roose- volt Field by Mayor Walt and repre- scntatlvou of tho Albany Chamber of Commerco, ' Including Chaunccy Hakes, Clmliman of the Chamber's Committed on Aviation. At tho surting point with Qen. Mitchell will be Maior Ocn. chariea T. Mcnoher, U. S. A.; members of tho Canadian .Club; A. E. Thorne, Vrosldcnt, and Edward W. Forrest, Sccrotary of tho Forty-second Prop erty Owners and Merchants' Associu tlon; Laurence Drlggs, President, and ... ' . . 7, . . outer members of Iho American Fly- In Club, under, whose uuspices and thoso of men prominent In acronnu-, tics In Canada tho raco takes place. Tills committee will bo at lloosevelt Field o welcome the coming Cuna- dian blrdmen. -In the list ot contestants ot both countries are aces of the air who wbn distinction and decorations abroad on all fronts. All sorts of airplanes, will be In tho race, from a Cupronl to a Curtlss Wasp. Fifteen well-known avlutors of the American Army will fly with the Americans as an escort of honor and for the pur pose, of muklng 'observations In Ibe performances of the various mvaes of cruft. ' Representing the army In the air will bo Col. Archie Miller, Major Gil klnson, Major Henry J. Miller, Major Lyons, CapL Harry Smith, Capt. A E. Slmonlan. CapL, J. O. Donaldson, M. 8. B. McGrow. Capt Klndley, Capt. M. G. Cleary, Limit. Boss C. KlrknMrlck. Lieut. W. Coatcs, Lieut. Roullot, Lieut. Philip Melvlllu und Lieut. W. R. Taylor. Among tho daring airmen In .the race are Roland Ilohlfs, the Curtlss test pilot,- whqy recently flew to the height of 30,700 feet, and would have made 25,000 feet' If his motor had not chilled In 25 below zero. Others will bo rtlcliurd II. Unpow, Charles 3. Jonea, with two Boche planes oltlclal ly to his credit; Lawrence B. Hpcrry, Lieut. M. -Lesllo Hull, Treasurer of tho American Flying Club, who flew with the Lafayutto Escadrlllc, nnd Ted Parsons, who also saw scrvlco with tho Escadrlllo. CapL J. M. Footo, who Is testing pilot for the army, will carry a letter from President Wilson at the White Houso to tho Prlnco of Wales and noxt King ot England at Toronto. Major C. W. Ford, another aviator with u great record, nghtlug llrst with the Lafayette Escadrlllo iiftrt a(er with hlfl own airmen, wll1 j'ho bo in mako history an I 1i!h n .i-i- . Kniwn wherever annl-on i Un i. ti -.il (.vcr tl-o world. - . Mail will bo car, led by tho shlpSjOf Mayor Hylan to Mayor Watt ot Al bany, Mayor BJone of Syracuse, Mayor liuck of Buffalo and Mayor Church ot Toronto4-and carrlpd tho ojher wuy arouna Dy mo uanaaian nyrrs. js The big Job for -the army airmen is me testing ox mo currerent ma chines French, English, Italian, American and German make ob- serving tho performance of eaubmn nur uio Duma wcauior conaiuuaa anu determining their utility, speed and air-worthiness for the future commerce-of tho skies. The route covers L040 miles. 143 from New York to Albany, 141 more ito Syracuse, another 140 to uuiTum, S."" """."t ' t' ni,rA Toronto. John McE. Bowman of the VcnMnK Bquare of hntela-has donated a cash prlzo of 110,000, and trophies havo bocn put up by the ftff'mHJJnLS: ni.tn ponfend . a and by tno Canadian Aero C,UD for ,hn Amerc(ln nvlatiiia. . PARTI HUP TFI I FRR RIVF HFR rUJllUIIC IlLLLIIO UIIC nLll HOPE OF FINDING BABY . - Mother of Kidnapped Child Gets Anonymous Letter That it Will Be Returned. Mrs. Elia Wenti, dehperate because of the failure of her month-long search for her stolen baby, Is riow seeking ""'a1"' "d, b y11"" fT tune tellers. Rho said to-day that she much nnC0llrwd by w;t .. W1U lold yMUrday by one of these "seers." rne fortune teller told me," ssld Mrs. Wentx. "that my baby was stolen by a friend of mlno who passes my house at Nov 71 S Horns Street a doxen times a day and that the baby will soon bo returned." This morning sbo received an anony mous letter saying that the child would be returned If.-she plserd the carriage where It was when the baby was stolen In front .of a department store t ISOlb Street and Third Avenue. OLD TYPESETTER DEAD. Thomas A. Itoa.tter Waa la San CoDipoalBg Itoom Forty-Sis Ycara. Thomas A. Boulter, for forty-six years an employes of tho Now York Sun and for thirty years foreman of the composing room,' Is dead of psralyals at Wit home of his daughter, Mrs, Frank tin A. Phelan. Np. 70S Kaat 22d Htreet. Flatbush. He began setting typo for the Sun In 18(3. the first year of Charles A. Dana's editorship, and was retired on a pension after a paralytic stroke In 1914. He never took a vacation. Mr. Bosslter was seventy-six yoars old on June 6 lasL Ho was born In Feme. County Wexford, Ireland, and camo to New York when sixteen. His wife died two years ago. Besides his daughter, Mrs. Fbtlan. he leaves two sons, Frank and Dr. Philip li Bosslter. The. funeral will be held from the l'he lan home at 3 o'clock to-morrow after noon. MXORMACK BUYS IRISH COW. Pays 810,000 and amea Her Illleen Gets Guernsey Herd Too. A telegram from Greenwich says John McCormaek purchased an Irish cow yesterday. It was assumed that the cow was Irish, because tho tenor named her Eileen, which Is tho name of the Irish actress. Miss Huban, and of Victor Herbert's recent Irish oper etta, as well as various other persons. plays and stories of Irish descent. Air. jucuormacs: paia iiv.vvu tor tne Two hours after the sale, she calf, which also will. In all probability, acquire a good old Irish name tn five courpo or time. Mr, Mccormacic also pi t Outrsseys yaittrday. Mr, McCormaek also purchastd a brd 'hniAwo unm-b;- CONGRESS PLANS' BIG WELCOME FOR PERSHING AND 1ST Reception Proposed Includes President, Cabinet, Supreme ciourt Justices, Diplomats. Arrangenirnt.i now making by tho President and Congress point to n big tlmo In New York and Washington when Gen. Pershing comes homo with Iho First Division. Ah has been statod President Wilson plans to come to this city tn wclronio the General on Sept. 8 or 9. 'lite President not only Is anxious tn bo among tho, first to greet Gen, Pershing and the First Division on tholr nrrlval,but wishes to accord tn tho General tho signal honor of visit ing the port of dobarkaUon for the solo purpose of welcoming him anil his victorious warriors homo. Pinna for u big Congressional re ception to Pershing were set In mo tion hy the Introduction of a resolu. Hon by Chairman Julh Kahn (IU'P-i Cal.) of tho House Military Commit- i tco. This Is virtually tho same mens- uro proposed somo days ago by Hep rcsentntlve Caldwell of New York. Tho new resolution axes tho dale as Kept. 18, and would create a com- mmeo or five senators nnd seven Iloprescntatlves lo uriungo u pro. gramme. A joint session ot life Donate and Hnusa Is planned. The resolution In vltca tlio President, members of his Cabinet, Justices nf tho Supremo Court, ex-PmsldiMit Taft, former Juo- ttcn Hughes and the heads of the military and naval forces, while the Dlplomatlo Corps will doubtless be present. Tlforo will probably be u pa rado on Pennsylvania Avcnuo with Gen. Pershing nt Its head. Olllcers of tho First Division, the first combat unit to arrlvo In France, victors at Cantlgny and psrtlclpnnts In every mnlor engagement nf the A. K. F met and established head quartern in tlio Hotel lllllnurj yester day. A romtiilttro was forme.), headed by I, lout, Col. Theod,oro Koosoerlt, formerly of tho 26th Infantry, for the purpono rfjf co-operating with other committees, especially tho Mayor's Commltteo, for the reception of the gallant "Flshtlng1 First" In New' York tho iniddlo of Hepttmbcr. Col. W. U Kenly, onco head of the air service, nnd Capt. Kermlt Itoosc veil aro otliors on tho commltteo, of which Col, Fred Ficgel Is socrctary. Striking (in Jlrn I'lcKrt In Ilrooklyn. The tw striking sliopmeu and In dexcrs employed by tho Brooklyn Union Gas Co, began picketing this morning. The pickets were placed at the Uowanus Canal, Kent Avenue, North 12th titreet and Newtown Creek plants of the company. They did not Induce any workers to join thtm. as eoralog to. report from the company. 3U The English Actors' Association got behind the striking actors .and actresses tfo-day. A cablegram was received from the association at the A, E. A. headquarters, giving as surance of the Englishmen's support and sympathy and winding up by saying that unless hs New Tork ac tors Insisted upon recognition of their union they would not be worthy cHlxens of a free country. "Individualistic" actors la tba name bestowed by the Equity upon the new actors organisation headed by George Cohan. "If the Individualistic act6rs want to Und out how they stand with the public, let them give a parade like we' did," said Itecordlnr Secretary Grant Hewart of the Equity to-day. "Wo didn't need aqy referendum to start our strike. Pubtlo discussion of our demands was carried on for several weeks before we took action In fact, ever since the managers started their progressive lockout "The demands ot the A. B. A. are. extraordinarily modest. Ws cannot guarante that they will continue so Indefinitely." In accepting leadership of the new actors' organization, Mr. .Cohan satd he did not think ha would ever pro duce another play. Previously he had offered to subscribe $1(3,000,- rs-v tire from th producing business and devote 'his future to trying to bring back friendly relations between actors and managers. Ha said ho did not wish to attend any meetings until he hadr resigned from tho Producing Managers' Asso ciation. , ILL; FOUND DEAD IN YARD. folic lar tlacaealvr Msa Cam- mlttsd Suicide. Philip D. Dalti. thirty-four, of iforhcster. N. waa found dead In the rourt yard of No. it Tut tilth Btreet rarty to-day under the window of the roont which ha ovcuplrd last night In the apartment of his 'cousin, Mrs. Sam uel Schulman. Ills skull was fractured; Mrs, Bchulman said Halts stopped over here on his way to Sullivan County, Where he waa to be treated for tuber culosis and heart trouble. The polks recorded his death as due to sulci J a. GIVES, LIFE. TO SAVE GIRLS Waller Pica Going Alii Frightened Ualliara. , ASBUfiY PAIUC. Nf J.. Aug. JJ. Ruth Dubois and Mary Csrton were bathing In the surf this morning when tho heavy waves suddenly frightened thsm and Ihey called for help. Henry Donukamp, a waiter, reaohed them but the exertion was too much for hta heart nnd he died In the water. The waiter's plight seemed to steady the glrs snd they attempted to save him, but were forced, to release their hold on his body lust' ss the life guards came to the rescuo. It was recovered. PLAN N. Y.T0PARIS FLIGHT. S.38,000 rriie Is Donated by tlar aionil Oriels. The Aero Club of America this morn ing announced that It will put up a prise of IS.Q00, donated by Raymond Ortelg, for the first aviator to cross the Atlantic In the next five years. The flight .must be made from New York to Paris or th shores of France, or the reverse. In a heavier than air, land or water machine. Tl competition la open to all flyers of allied nationalities holding a license u f the International Aeronautical Fed eration, the entrance fee being too. The committee In charge comprises Itaymond Ortelg, Alan It- Hawlay and Augustus 'Post. I DOCTOR KEEPS NIXON IN BED. Merrlea Commissioner Mar Hat Be tip for Neveri! Daya. Public 'Hcrvlca Commissioner Liewis Nixon, who broke Hown two days ago as the result ot the strain attending the uttlernent of the traction strikes. Is still 111 and will need careful attention, ac cording to his physician. Dr. T, D. t.ucus, of No. 1(2 Wast 71st Street. "Commissioner Nixon had a bad spell early to-day," said Dr. Lueus, "but he is feeling belter now. The Commissioner certainly will not leave his bed for two or three days snd I cannot now say whether ba will be tip then." Col, Cowan, ol Civil War Fame, Dlra IXHJIHVIU.U, Aug. 21.J Andrew Cowan, Itlrutcnant-Colonct In the Civil War, who commanded the Union Batter placed nvnr tliu lamou "clumo ol trues" ot which General Pickett's charge was directed at ine turning poim in ine IlatllQ ot ueiiysDurg, ata ai ma noma hero tu-doy uf(er a long lllneaa. o6a ijfMltmu) iwhfaJh cL file 4tM?JSfe Inspector Lahcy received a tsTo rram. at Police HeadcjvarUrs to-exM, from Detectives Vaver and Br-wnr: stating that they bad arrested thrff?, persons at Baranao Lake In the Ad;-, rondaeka In connection with theft of 145,000 worth cf MberiyX" Donds from the firm of Btmmons 4 Slado, Nov t Nassau, Street on An r IS. The .bonds were said to bS stolssi. by Harry Wllham of No. H7 W ISTth Street, a 1S a week tnessengvr who had previously stolen $12,094" worth ot Liberty Donds from Bneeth. wayer A Cohn. No. S3 Exohaf4 Place. The detectives reported thaX they have recovered 1 11,000 worth of Simmons A Blade's bonds. w On the same day that Wllham eMsw appeared Benjamin Blnkowlu, No. V Eldrtdxs Street, a $1S a week mas? sengcr employed by nicharj Whltacy .' and Co., No. 14 Wall Street, vanlsaHjv" as did 1178,000 worth of ZJberty Donds1 ' and other securities which, it . lit! onarged, he had been Instructed tc deliver to a brokerage house across the street. Detectives working on these roJ berles learned that young Wllham . was Infatuated with a dancing girl well known along Droadway and thai! she had disappeared. IlradauartsHi records show that Wllham ws brought back from Los Angeles na) April 9 last and tried for -Ihe theft of the Sneethwayer & Cobn bonds and sentence was suspended by Judge1 Malone In thj Court of General Sea slona The young man got his jo with Simmons & Blade by p reseat ing alleged forged reoommendatlnae and a photograph of himself la tlM uniform or a soldier, lie represMteaV that be had seen service in Francs.; A general alarm was seat oat by' the police for the arrest of "Waksssr and Dlrkowlti as soon as (he ro'sT bery waa reported. STftNCNK PAWTERS CUyM ' 624 BOSSES MYESHHag Union Steward Plan Suggested 0iy; When Agreements Are Not " Carried Out - The Brothsrhood of. Painters, rjtse- ratora and Panerhansera. tliraiivt. fhlllp Zausner. secretarv nt (hit Vi.W York Dlstrlot Council, gave. Its'snswei to-aay to the staUmant of AlfraeNsV1 Joy. secretary of the Allied Master Pa mars' Association, printed In HmV Kvtnlng World yesterday, that tt)f union painters demanding S a day aant n;day "week have "committed lut eins hy BttemDtlnc tn rnrra Ihm mm. Ipolntmont of a "union aUwartT'-ki every snop to supersede the abop fsrf man. ' "We ais publishing a paid sdvcrtM ment." said Mr. Zausner. "IlstlngTj employers who signed the unoaaot which has been repudiated by alaey four employers. We have a fast of Afkfc or. more highly reputable eaiplevlasi. painters who can assura th nnhii -7 our fair dealing, and that we naw have asked for the appointment of a shop-steward unleaa we bad a ceea plaint that an employer was ioIdi Is hind his signed agreement sad trying to msse a cut- raie ugretveent with one of our members." 0 j "FEED 'EH UP IH OPEN AIHv" . Mere City Children Seat ( rirsy Mensa Karat far 8 Weeks at Jay. ' Twenty-Are more tenement ehfidretv girls from seven to fifteen years, 3t New York this mdrnlng for a tferee, week stay at grey Mouse rarsa. which la maintained by the New York Associ ation for Improving lbs 'Condition of the Poor. The children for these outings ar elected beoause of their subnormal physical condition. Already US chil dren have had the advantage of tba "feed-'nm-up-ln-the-open-alr" treat ment this season, and more than rob more will go before the season ends. EDISON TO WORK FOR IL S. The U. S. & Hauolt. formerly Xuck Baldwin's widow's yacht California, sow anchored at SM Street, In the Hudson, has been assigned to Thomas A. Kdison far experimental duty. Lieut. V. h. Harris, commanding, desires fifteen bo with a high school education tq.cnllac tor two years on ine uauoiL, Ana 'fiarr rovruiuna It Kaat :3d Street, poln bova who reiDond will b. offlcer. at So. points out that thV rui do in ana out or New York, engaged In highly Interesting rxparlmental work, which will teach tbem mechanical Mutles as well as all around seamanship. 'fl1fst.rl-'-&w'fc r- '