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ARUSO MOURNED AT FUNERAL IN ROYAL CHURCH
J To-Nioht'i Weather FAIR AND WARMER. 'lO to 3 " DAILY WALL STREET FEATURE ItUSEDiTio To-Morrow"! Weather FAIR AND WARMER. WALL STREET I 4L EDITION "Circulation Books Open io All" "Circulation Books Open to All." VOL. LXII. NO. 21,809 DAILY. Oowrlslil, IftUI, hj The Prr-i lubllhlnt Co. (The New York World). NEW YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921, Kntrml Scrnnd-1 law Wattrr M Wllcc, rw rU, N. T. PRICE THREE CENTS i I f t IRISH U. S. NOW MAKING SEPARATE TREATY Neither With Nor Without Res ervation Will Versailles Pact Go to Senate. NO RIGHTS ABANDONED. Special Document Does Not Take This Country Out of the Allied Group. By David Lau rence. (Special Correspondent of The Eve ning World). WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (Copy right, 10:i). The l'nltc-1 States Government is making a separate I treaty with Germany. The Treaty of Versailles will not', be submitted tu the Senate with or ' without rcservjtions. 1 The new pact with Germani will , be a peace treaty only In the sense j lhat dt -will formally end the state of j war between the 'United States and Germany, Imt it will really amount to & treaty of amity and commerce. Germany has not been asked to re affirm the Treat! , of Versailles or to Brant again to the. United States frpeelfically all the rights which the cave America under the Versailles Treaty. Tho United States h.u-.n't a&kcd the AJlled Towers to siSn a new ucaty. All the foregoing statements repre sent developments in the most com plex legal i'ontru urny that boa ever l'aocd our Government, and if they .corn to contradict .pecbitious of co post tlioy must be taken as the .atcst turn in a negotiation which has requited our officials to turn from one expedient to another to put an end to the Mate of war between Germany and the United States. Briefly, the United Slates does not abandon the rights given her under the Treaty of Versailles. She still claims them ut not by virtue ot an American Pr sklent's signature at tvirls, but e-caut-e of America's sig nature to tho terms of the armistice whloh symbolizes Amerl-.i'a participa tion in tho war. The United States Government doesn't ask Germanj to reaffirm anything and doesn't ask tho Allies to concede anything, The pro gramme the Harding Administra tion is based upon the broad assump tion that when Germany bestowed all Eier rights and properties upon her ooneruerors he made an "indivisible yrant," That grant was made to the "Principal Allied and Associated Pow ers:" The United States was one of "tfho Associated Powers." America construes that act as Ir revocable and final, no matter (Continued on Fifth Page.) BANDITS GET $60,000 IN MAIL HOLD UP 'l ake Registered Pouch From Em ployee in St. Louis Standard Oil Monev. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 4. Three aimed bandits today held up Thomas For toda, postal employee, at Wood lllvor. 111., near here. They escaped wlty .a registered mnll pouch containing i 60,000. Tho mono was pui t of the seroi .monthly payroll of thu Standard Oil (Company and the bag was consigned to tho First Stale and Savings Ilauk at Wood Itlver. A few minutes belore the robbety the pouch was allien from the "Flyer," tlio Chicago ami Aitou's . crack train, at the station. Forkxla started to place it in a wagon for .transportation to the Wood lUver Post Office when the three robbers, all flourishing gun a, leaped from their ear and surrounded, him. Forloda was forced to stand aside whilo the Mg-hwaymen hurled the sack into their machine and sped away. M-telI Mrn' Palm IWrh Suit... 90.83. rrtUr Vtn. J10.il. AU Wool SulU. 1100 tUui lltfB. Muofacturan' Outlet, IK IM 4M ., tMr.tta. an.. BMUtn.-XaH w ill GERMANY REPUBLICANS SUMMON UP IN CLOUDS WITH CUPID AND GIRL IN AN AIRPLANE, PROPOSES AIM) IS ACCEPTED At 3,000 Feet Altitude tates; at 3,500 She .4,000 Holds Out Such Is the magic of the upper air on a sunny morning that .Miss Mil dred Armstrong, who went for an air plane ride with Georgo Hauscr at Mtncola to-day, came down blushing and smiling and wearing a diamond ring on the proper finger. They'd Just become engaged. "The clouds did it," said Richard Uopcw, the pilot, nlto played Cupid. "I know all about thaL Hy the time e bad gone up 2,500 feet it was plain that Miss Armstrong looked on Hauscr with increasing favor. At U.OOO in'i he proiHjwed, and nho hest tatod. So 1 nostd the bus up uftnJn, and ut 3,30u texX, when we were sail ing union!; the fleeciest clouds. LEAVES ESTATE 10 DAUGHTER OF T Dr. Kinmonlh's S3 10,000 Will Be Miss Humphries', Court Decides. rUKKUOI.D, N. .1., Aug. 4. Miss I Viola Itcmscn Humphries, who lives nt No. JOS Tuttlc( Avenue, Spring Lake, Is practically the sole benefi ciary of the 5310,000 estate of the late lr. Hugh S. Kinmonth, phy .slcian, druggist and real estate opera tor of Asbury Park, as the result of conclusions filed yesterday by Jjid.a Itulif V. Lawrence, admitting to pro bate a will made by Dr. Kinmonth in April. 1911, I Miss Humphries lives with her lather, G. S. Humphries, in a com fortable cottage in Spring Lake. Her mother died a few weeks ago. Dr. Kinmonth was said to have been a former suitor of Mrs. Humphries. Dr. Kinmonth committed suicide In July of last year, and tho attempt to probate his will was contested by his two brothers and two sisters, who charged lack of testamentary capaci ty, undue Influence and failure to comply with tho statutory require ments in the execution of the will. Dr. Kinmonth at tho time of his death was well past middle arc He had been twice married, his first wife having died and his second wife hav ing been granted a divorce. The Doc tor wae not at the time of his death estranged from other mombein of hit; family, which include, two 'brothers Dr. William L. KInmouth of IJelrtiar and John Kinmonth of Dvlphl. N Y and Mrs. BltaaucMi Hamilton of Mount Pleasant, la. THREE FISHERMEN ADRIFT IN DISABLED MOTOR BOAT. IM.-L.il lip iiy trmubl tie) tlilei off Vlorlilu i.mi. liiv nhcrjnei, pwiuto x. a dirfab:d motor boat sixty mi".i off tho Florida coc-t on Aus 1 -Krr brought bre to-!n by the uteum Bhlp Santa Theresa, from Matansae. The men said tiiey !cft Palm Haach Ju5y 27 and had been without water or food for lour dayi when the.- wr rescued. Tlic motor boat, bouvang tits niuno Peart V.. wwa ownej bj X. Holoway of Palm BavlL IlirTry IVKTra in Allcmd Allie' Coanctl LONDON. Aug, 4 (Anioelated Preia). A for.naJ in'ltatlon for an Arr.or.can tepresotitntive 'o attend the meeting oi Uio Allied Supremo Cou idl, hlcn opens in imii nxi wonoay, waj com niuiricatcd to the Anwrican Dnibasay here this aJtHrnoon tlirouch Colonel De St. Allaire the French Anibasador In London. United States Ambassador Harvey, accompanied by a small staff, will leave lor Farla on Saturday, OLD SWEETHEAR Miss Armstrong Hesi Says "Yes," and at Finger for Ring. Hauscr asked her again, and blie said, 'yes. "So 1 shot up to 4,000 feet for good measure and to cinch it. There tho lad) surrendered her linger to the ring." When they all reached the grpund, Hauser and Miss Armstrong sped away Homcwhere in a motor c.ir be fore they could be Interviewed. They left that for Depcw to handle, for he is a eood friend of both. Mtro Armstrong, daughter of F.d ward J. Armstrong, Is a teacher in the Mlneola High School. Hauscr ia in the production department ot the Curlis.s company at Garden City. The two have made a number of flight."! together, but none to compare with thin morning's. I)eicw taid he did not know the date of the wed ding, but was sure it would bo soon. BOY KILLED, 2 HURT, Pulled Firing Pin of Old A. :. P. Missile in Back Yard on Staten Island. Frank ' Caffaro, twelve years old, was instantly killed to-day in the back yard of his home at No. 120 Maryland Avenue, Rorolxink, S. I., by the explosion of a hand grenade wli ch he had found on the beach at the foot of Nautilus Street, adjoin ing the Quarantine Station. Two of his brothers, Joseph, nine, and John, four, were painfully Injured. An other brother. Patsy, six, who was In the group, escaped injury. Tho Caffaro boys went to the beach this morning to gather driftwood Frank picked up the grenade, which might have waahed ashote in a box from a transport. There is no tell ing how long it had been thete. It was covered with mud and rust. The lind wias Hhwn to other boys. Frank Caffaro and his brothers tool: it home, wdiere Frank knocked oft' the mud and rust and disclosed the firing pin. Whllo the others looked on, Frank pulled the pin. The grtnado was of the kind used Ty the A. R F. In France. The ex plosion practically blew Frank to pieces. Fragments went through a board ltnce 20 feet away. The mother of tho Vos wjs ap proaching her homo from wo.k in a market garden she conductn near-by, and the father. Tony, who is em ployed on Hoffman Island, was a'sto Sound homewntd and not far away at the IS-tw or the ej:p!c'.v,u. TJicy heard '.lie report .md limned to the !tro Dihtrict Attornsj Ma..o has f." derd a jut . an seatiU c' tas bcoe! learmr othe- bombt mav bo then- RICHARDS IS DEFEATED BY NORRIS WILLIAMS. I.ik'hI l Mrmlclit fl In Newport Tournr?. VrW'POr.J. rt !. Aus. ' '. o;r.a WHnm. -no. of Tioiton oefeateo Vin c?n'. It.chard o" Neiv Tora '.i t..rjUrht .i:ts. .n the (oa.Ct rovnid oi Uie 'em. tocrrrainc'it " e .oday. iVie scorv ai 6-1, C', t "oj tih? flwt oufe.it of .Rtchi. teaion. Willtaraa ws ut hm boot 6jd Richard waj fre QUenty at a loen to mal.fi return Nrtttwr foorid diflicurty with the othcTa wtvicj. only 8 wrvioc acci bomir reglstc-ed. divided unll). UMiard." nfde tome rctiiarlcable ic:r .hi' Wll..ami rctii.niUd by -.n:. C In , i... 'a.jiyI fa . nH i, ,'irr.n :.t i - r. cf ilu court JCeno .SMmidsu defeated ftohcrt K.n-si-y. 6-1. 6-b. 6-1. 6-t. W, M tVuhbini deftated N, W. ;iiej , -u. IIT'i . r , 1 Wl am if. Johnston defeated r Dual i, 6-3, 6-3, 6-t. AS GRENADE FOUND ON BEACH BURSTS DAIL EIREANN CALLED AUG. 1610 DECIDE ON PEACE London Regards Summoning of Irish Republican Parlia ment as a Sensational Pro- cceding at This Time. Belief Is That De Valera Will Be Able Soon to Send An swer of His Constituents io Lloyd George. Twenty-Five Members of Body Must Be Released From Prison Ulster Provokes Contradictory Reports. ' DUBLIN, Aug. 4 (Associated Press). Tho Irish Republican Parlia ment has been summoned to meet Tuesday, Aug. Ifi, the Ir'sh Bulletin, tho official Republican organ, an nounced to-night Notices bavo been cent to all tho mrmberc of the Parliament It i3 reported tho reply of Ulster to overtures by the Sinn l'eln has bin received, and Is not favorable. Thi call for the meeting of tho Parliament, with all members present, involves the release from prison of twenty-fivo members of this body, nn.l it has lcn declared the Government is willing to facilitate their attendance. The belief had been nxpresstd among tho Irish leaders that there was no life in summoning the Parlia ment until the attitude of Ulster had been finally defined. Tho inference in political clrcieu hero, therefore, is that tho answer of Ulster has ben received. This answer Is reported to be unfavorable, tho Belfast leaders declining the Sinn Fein overtures, although these over tures hud the sympathy of the British Government, it is said. LONDON, Aug. 4. (Asfxjciatcn Press). Tho Irish situation tool: a sen.tlon.-.! turn to-day when it wa announced in Dublin that Kamon Uj Valera and his associates had de cided to summon a full meeting of tho Irish Republican Parliament to con sider the British Government's lm'i peace proposals. It has been repeatedly state.j In Dublin that the Dall Elreann wou.d not be summoned untij Ulster's at titude had been learned, but tolnc' dent with the calling or a meeting of this body come contlictlng report. from Dublin and Belfast concerning Ulster's position. In Dublin it Is reported that Ul ster has been sounded and has le turned an answer unfavorable to the Sinn Fein overtures, while in Belfast, alter an important meeting of the Cabinet, it was authoritatively stated Out tho Ulster .Ministry hart re ceived no communication from Mi. Do Valera. While ther teports at fii.st siatiee seem Irteconcllablr, It la ppomtrd out that possibly both mav tie cotn.it. 'Hie tact that the Ulster Cabinet It self hun not received a communica tion would not. It Is noted, pi.c!udo the nosaibil'ty of an informal dis- 'Continued on Uccond Page. Sunday World Classified Advertisements Should Be in The World Office On or Before Friday Order Sunday Wor'd Claasifled Advertising To-Day. The World F District Heads Resent His Al leged Deal With Tammany in Behalf of Brother. CURRAN FOR 5c. FARB. Will Insist on This Issue in Platform La Guardia Openly Attacks Him. Members of the Kxecutlve Commit tee of the Republican County Com mlttee went Into session in the Uu publican Club In West 40th Street tin.- afternoon currying open and concealed political weapons for uhm on County Chairman Samuel S. Koenlg. M "t o the members of the commlttei o. pres.ed thenirelves an being off th" icscratlon because, they claim. Sam uel Koeuig has" entered Into a dea. with Tammany Hall whereby if Tam many will endorse the nomination bi tho Republicans of Morris Koenlv Samuol's "brother, for Juucti of the Court of Gen'rul Sessions, the Repub licans will endorse the nominations n' Alfred J. Talley and Jouoph Mulquren, whose terms expire this year and wll- will bo renominated by the Democrats. According to several Re.publicin leaders they hve inside Information that the details of the deal have been arranged. Whllo it a customary for caca party to endorse judicial candi dates cf tho other party the majority of the Republican leaders are against a doublc-barrolled endorsement of Tummany candidates in return for the Tammany endorsement of Kojnuul Kh nix's brother. '1 his afternoon'u mooting w.ui called for the purposo of fixing a county slate. From the appearance of things leforo the meeting tho chances of agreement on a complete slate were slim. The only candidate settled upon was Helen Vailck Boswell. who will bo nominated for the office of Register. She Is a strong organisation Repub lican, and made the speech putting Henry' H. Curran In nomination be fore the Coalition Committee. Morris Koenlg was appointed to the Court of General Sessions by Gov. Miller to fill nn unexpired term. All red J. Talley was appointed by Gov. Smith to fill an unexpired term. Judge Mtilqueen will have completed a lull term this year and hi:: rrnoml nution is certain. While the Rnpub.ieaji le.aje.is are not uverrc to tho nomination of Mor ris Koenlg. they think that others of the faithful ought to have a chance, too. Thercforn they favor the nomina tion of a straight Republican ticket, consisting of Morris Kornlf: and two ! others Io run agalnv Judgm Talley and Mulqueen and nnothui candidate to be nominated by Tammajiy JIdl. i Among th eandldute.1 Hiiggeated by , t? e loaders aro Enu! Fiich", former . w;..tatit District Attorney John Klrk 1 l ind Clark and Municipal Justice John P. Daviep But a straight ticket jveie pu' ;) the !le'd biother Mortis i would run a chanco of defeat, and the "o'inty Cliuirnan unn h'1 Liotucr i Continued on Second Pa;(.l FINE FOR SMOKING STOPS STOCKSTILL STOCKSTILL IN ZION I m Just LiJcs My Njiiu. ' H: j- When Uie of lJijv Costs Him 65. ZION, IJL. An,-. 4. Simokrng x pipe In SJIon cost F.edcrlck Stockitfll f3 to-day. Tho c.ty, which haa ordinances regu'.atiDg women's dress and how I to resident-. Eh.il! spend Sundas. alu'j ha..i a ban ag:.int,t tm ikine. "This thing must stop," a Judge remarked when he fined Stockutlll. "fitop," StockiUtl replied, "I'm ivs etopped aa my same would indicate." SCALP 0 THEIR IN ROYAL CARUSO LEFT WILL By This Document, It Is Said Widow Gets Only the In come From Estate. WILL CARE FOR MOTHER. After Her Death, Property to Be Divided Anion"; Children and Brother. LONDON. Aug. t. Bnrico Oiniwi left (wo wills, according to a Central News dc'.psitch to-day from Home quoting the famous singer's legal ad viwrs. Om of tho -villa m made In New York in l!U3 anil the other n executed at Sorrvnin thin jenr. ac cording to the dnspnti-h By the lerm of llv latlT .i'l.-u-rni-nt, i'hr deAiai-i bald, tho Ujiufrlicl of Ms e.st.-it' Is r I to bin widow who is to cure for Caruso' mother, And u;'n the ldo'f- iti'.ilh the pnin'rty i. to be divldeil among tli ohildrcui and the brother of iho decnasej NAPIFS. Aug. 4. - Mrs. Knrleo Cirui" has mnd formal nppilcttlon to tho Foreign Minister, asking that the IL-Utan Ambassador at Washing ton ls Instructed to w-al the New York resldenco of tho late slnijor, pending a decision regarding the dUs poslliou of his yitato. It haa been rv portHl the court here has decided to sequestrate all of Caruso's property until Mrs. CaniMi'y claims In behalf of her daughter are adjudicated. The District Judge of thin city, upon request of Mrs. Caruso, has sealed the apartment occupied by the doad tenor In the Hotel Vesuvius This step w.i.i lakeu to pal'eguard the dead singer's documents and other effects Cinni'i Will Srnl In Italy hr Nolnry. The will of Knrieo cVruso. drawn tno jTors no uv Constttiitino Sperco, importer and notary. No. i ILarrlaon Strwt, wni mailcil li Sptroo on Tuesday to Caruao't; IctiJ adviser In Italy. G. Vftdhlettlnl, No. U Via Son Frodino. Florence. As told in The. KvenLng World, It leaves nil hta wejJtli to lita widow, his daughter, two sons, brotner 'ind bin Ktep irtotliOT. S-poreo i1d bi h,ul beon an tnU mate fnend of Caruso for twenty yenrs and that be had tn'lght the gre.-it tono- how to keep hi ac count:! utralght whf.n monev in largt; amounts began flowltij to the mngcr1. purse When I had drawn tne will, jui before the birth of Caruso's daughter, Gina," said Sporto, 'he tu!d me w.ihI to do m the emr-nt of his death. I btivn iii.'fir.ed mj nstntctioTii by jendOtrg th- will to K'i,fnc" LIPT0N WILL TRY AGAIN TO WIN AMERICA'S CUP. Sir Tlinmaa Will llolld hamroek V, For VMS llaer. GuAbGOW, Atj. I. Kir Thomm Upton will raid; arrotnr effort In 152 J to lilt the America' Cup, he ni.nxinced hero to-day. Sir Thomas aaJd that a new yaoht. to b chrUtend Shamrock V, in be bulit to meet an Amrlca.n yutht Hurt t7 Anln Cnlne In ITrllTcr lrtnri1. fi. :oT- t:-t n '.Vo.a. 1 PJU.SFIKLD. Conn. Aug. i, DorraiHUi, fltty-Hvc ta-nwr Stato S3;. tor. Aafjnblyir.n and Jutleo of Peace, waa ta tally Injured yosterday by thu owrmrrilnr of ha. own automobile while on ma way from its lrre noro to dtllvcr a lecture at the State Oollrpt, MADE SINCE HIS ARRIVAL N ITALY PARLIAMENT CHURCH SELECTED BY KiNG America Represented at Last Rites, at Which the Music Is Furnished by 400 of Italy's Singers Sur rounding Streets a Mass of Sor rowing People. WI'LES, Aug. 4 (Associated Press). Patrician and plebeian Naplea Kathoied to-day at the basilica of tho Church of San Francisco ill 1'aola to wltncsu the funeral of Enrico Caruso. Thu edifice, jlttiaird hi tho southern part of tho city, near the hotel where- tho great elnger breathed his last, was decided upon as tho last scene In tha drama of the tenor's life late yesterday, after Kins Victor Kmmanuel had jhen perinlHslon that It might be used for this put pose. '"'.huso was the first untitled perron for whom funeral service have cvor tM.(;ii held In tho toyal basilica of thn Church of San Francisco dl Piiu'a, which belongs to tho royal liourc The famous church was erected by Klnjr ferdlnand V. In consequence of a vow. It Is the ii-pllca of the l'ant'.it-on of Rome, which faces tho royal palace. s soon as word reached Naples that the bascilicu had been set apart for tho funeral, workmen constructed a great platform to accommodate tho 4U0 singers selected to assist In the last requiem. In the centre of tlio basilica was erected a laigo catafalque on which tho coffin was laid. Representatives of the King and tho OVER $250,000,000 MUST BE CUT OUT OF U. S. EXPENSES Secretary 'Mellon Siys Tnt.tl Gov ermuonl (3ost Tlih Year Will Iv M,550,(X)0,000. WASHINGTON. AUG. 4. A cut of more than KO.OOO.OOO In thu ordinary -Txndllure.i of the Govuniment thin flKCiil year Is iiocwwiry If additional taxi-s are to bo avoided!, tho House Ways and Moans Committee was In formed tnxLiy by Secretary Mellon. On pnu.nt esitimaten. h said, tho total Government cost this year will tm 4,iC0,00(l,0OO, of which t3,MO,000,000 must otno from taxation. Even with the uuggrmed reduc tions, Mr. Mellon mid, the Inter nal revenue yield fT tin- yn.r "could not s.ifely bit ponnlttel to rail below $3,570,000,000," the es timated yletd -under taie exnfUiig law. Fmturcs in Mr. Mellon's pro gramme Include an increased tax on cigarettes, from $:t to JC a thouaand, with a plight IncrejRc on other tobacco products, so as to produce 137,000,000 tnorv revenue a yer. Ills recommejid-i the transportation taxes be cut in half on Jan. 1, 13"" and repealed Jan t, 192:i. CARUSO'S BROTHER HOPES MIRACLE WILL RESTORE HIM Giovanni Appears to Be the Most Affected of All Singer' Kin. NAPLKS Aus. 4 -Oder irov the death of Knrico Caniuo apparently ban dealt a harder blow to hli brother. Giovanni, than to a.mo-it any other in-'inbcr of the tamlly. Giovanni, who r-.ifi very clcvse to his brother and who managed th bualnesa affairs of the nlngT's various f-itatea, ha n-nmlnod with t-iie tvly of his beloved brother nlmu.it constantly wince he did. At interval.'' Ills grief strike him txi poictiantlv th.t-. he brenki out into fits of crj'inj and now and then ,;o kneel- close biildo the b(ly, wmo 'lira vrying out In the nope that by ome miracle Caruao'o life will be re tored. U. S. REJECTS ALL BIDS FOR ITS WOODEN SHIPS. Hoard, llntvevrr, Will li n 1 1 n n e BN furl Io irll Vturli, WAiiriNGTON, Aug. 4. Tis ly.nv pHng Bound to-day armouncud tmat all bids for, vmoden Ships )ud bum r- isnort no bcu na4 wiu ooiuimia. royal family, the Italian Govern ment, the municipality nnd tho Pre fecture attended the M-rvleos, and tho. United States, In which country Caruso rose to hla greatest triumph! In the lyric art, had officials present to show Its sympathy. N A PLUS, Aug. I. .Mourned by Im mcnau throngs which packed the mag niriceut cathedral of Franecoco dl Paula and all the streets around it, Unrico Curuso wits cominlttced to his Maker In solemn mass of requiem to day. Music which would have delighted the great tenor during his life pouted from it choir of 100 voices and from an orchestra. The iKidy, removed from the Hotel Vesuvius, where ia had lain in state, was placed on u richly decorated catafalque belore the altar, where it remained iiMer tho ceremony. One of Caruso's closest friends, another tenor, de Luoci, rang during the ser vices. Several times h! vole- fal tered, but he finished, while many :n tlio great building .obbcd. The street surrounding Caruso's ihotrl were packo early In the fore noon Kveryone was clad In niounilnr; exrept thone who obviously could no: afford the garments. The hotel ordi narily a place of gaiety at this time of the yeur was as quiet as the cathedral. It was but but a short distance from the hotel to the cihurch building, oppo site the Roil P.ttice, but so closely puulced were the streets that tho pro ceeulnn moved slowly Caruso's oiivr- titlc friends vlcl for the honor of help-' ing convey trie remains from Die hotel t the cathedral. Thousands who had failed to gnln udmijslein to the church were packed abuut the wide artnuway which leail.-i to the enttnw. Those thousandu wer; able to hir only nn occasional iound is the orchestra walled tho d'is but they teiiialiied quiet ar.u ban-hended. waiting their chance to pxvi the t-jtar.uq'ii- for a last fare well, Tho programme for the funeral provided that Uio bod should be' taken to tho cemetery this afternoon to be laid In tho family vault Titta RulTo, the Italian lintonj, who ho,i In recent cars achicwd I'jtnu lu Amerca, arrived during the doj . and hastened to tho hotel. Ho was an tntamato fnend ot Caruso, and insisted upon helping to trans te. the b3y to the tempo rary chapel. Mrs. Caxuo will settle permanently in Italy in order to be near the cret singer's gne, but she will hne to return to New ,rk to settle mittert coiin-jctcd "itb Ilia e.state His body will rost temporarily m cv.e famous CaooSMk Chapel tu trw- local cti. tcry at Del Plan to. but Mor rfU bu transferred te a chapul wblab Mrik Caruao ia to sen twltt. . .. . 3 'A .a 1 '.a .