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ff CUP GffiS IST
Chlcago Engineers Just Beat
New York Team.
Two Days' Tourney at Wykagyl
Club Ends with Dinner
at Delmonico's.
The members of the golf club of the
rnflnee"*' Club of New York and their
S_ift?- the Chlcafo Eaftassrs' Clt*
in frlsndly conflict with rlrlver and
"pn srar the links of tha WykSfyl Cooa
A- Cluh on Tueadsy nnd yesterday. The
_|al tx n? et contentlon was a valuable
t the Ctilcaco BaslBsarar
^ .. matlc of the teiyn chnm
1 ? ial eompetltlon. On this
?ceas'.cn the -"?"? <"?*feated
the ttat ? larl t mal -? ven. The
f:as been ln compstltlea three ft
rjhicaso, b* vlrtus ?* its latsst vic
' , h. ? | two legi on the troi.hy.
tuw York'a repreasntatlvsfl took an
m|j ? ning the foursomes three
-gtekea to two, but the Chlcago men
?oori svei i"- ' " 'r"''''"'n ln the indl
viaual matches. ultlmataljr winnlng these
by ?lx W four and the cup by s polnts to
- P K Bawyer former Western cham?
pion. took the *T*<?ftsurf' o{' ***lndlay B.
pouglas. eratwhlle nritlonal title holder,
ln the flrat mati h by I up .ind l to play,
while J- K- }c" tta Ohlo champion. de?
feated N* M. Garlaad, one of the best of
the New York set, iy ths avan wldsr
margin of ? and 3.
? I, *fo . oi Xew York. had a nnr
--scj?.;*;?. C m. Dsnlss. bat the
New TOrkei : dled the match out of the
flre after had been played
ln eonjunctlon wlth the team mateh
there was a handicap for a cup offered
by the Cbl ? -' ? Englnsers' Oolf CiuU. in
whlch J K. nole and C. If. Karle ti*vl
witt) reapectlve cariji of 7>* i- 71 and 97
*4_;* l-i deadlock wlll bfl aettled at the
.e_.r!rw of thoae lnvolved.
j*ost of thi members of both teama re
turne.i ladlav Pouglas, who wae
placed at ?< ratch, madfl nr. -
As a fitting close of the two daya on the
links th*- N< w York er.gineera entertalned
their Chlc.igo brethren at dinner laat
night at Delmonlco's, where covers were
Uld tor al t 115 guests. Charlea 1".
Qulney, of thls citv, prealdad, and eeatcd
with him at the head tablo were John
Reld. of St. Andrews. the "father of
Amer.'" - "lf"; Charles I*. Macdonald.
found*.- t the Natlonal Oolf Links of
Amen?. Pindlay 0. Douglas, Louls N.
James : national champion in 19*"'2; D.
E. Bawy< formei Western tltle holder;
j. K mpion of Ohlo; James
Hflj-worth. president of the Cb.icago Kn
flneei-*' Oolf Club; J. G. White. K. M
Oarlarid. E. M. Chllson. Q. H. Scribner,
jr., of and Frank J. Llewellyn,
another i v. .c Lgo man.
Otber guestl from the West Includsd A.
J. Mason. Paul Wlllls. J. C. Hallated. T.
W. Bnow, A P. Van Bchalck, I. R.
Kylea, C. M. Denise, R. K. Belknap, E
W. Allari C. B. Burdlck and Edward
Haupt. The New York guests Included
John F. Wailace. engtneer of the Panama
Car.a: Frank Hedley, of the Interhomugh
Rap:.! Tranait; W. O. Wood. of the Brook
Rapid Translt; Captain A. M Saw
IflSfl Hibbard, Esdfl Johnaon,
Frar E Donohoe and Conrad Young.
1 mary follows;
D .E Bawjrer and I". B. Iioupla* and
T. P. v. . ? s.1 W. a I'r-ur.ion. B
J K ? and C. N M. Garlnnd and
M DtnlM . 1 K L. Young. 0
A. J, ItaeOB and W. D. Sargent and
Pau. Wi'.lfe.0 F. B. Donoh***-. . 1
l. XV Allen and J. W. W. Rl. ker and
C. Hal.ited . 0 Alfred Pltt . 1
C B ! irdlck and F. E I?llv and J.
r . 0 L. Taylor . 1
Total . 2 Total .?
D E .- er. 1 F. B. IHiug.as. 0
J K >?-.... 1 N. M. Garland. 0
T p. Wviei. .1 W. a Pean n ? 0
C. M D-n.ae.0 E L Toaas. "
A. J Ma?on . 1 W V sar?ent.0
C. B. BurdlcB. 1 F. E. Lally. 0
P?u! Wlllii . 1 V E. Donohoe. 0
F J Uewellya.0 j l> Taylor. l
B. v.- . .-, .0 W. W. Rl ker. 1
? 1. 0 Alfred Pitt .1
? ??
Tota! ._? Total . *
Grand total. 7
The i oy halaa araa aa fetknre; borryex
beel ?- beat
Garla- i ay. tVylea beat Peftr
?on, 1 ., Voung beat Denlse. 1 up
Ma* d |*nt. 1 up. Burdlck beai I.ally.
1 up: Wl lla beat Donohoe, - up and 1 to play.
Ta] ? Llewellyn. ii up and 8 to plav;
Rlckr-r leat Allen. 3 up and 2 lo play; Pltt
beat Hallsted, S up and 1 to play.
Groaa.H cap Net
C M. Ea.-ie. New Vnrk.M
J K . ? i r.leagO. ~
N. 11. <?r!and. New York. V)
Du Llllm. chlcago. W
t. h ?' '? Chlcago. 90
C B B II *. Chlcago. S2
ano. SO
F. J. IJawi. n, Chlcago. 94
3. U Taylor, N>w Y^rk. 91
? New York. "*J
Chlcago. Sf,
3. C. H go.Itt
Alfr? - rk .51
F E Lai ?? Vew Vork . ~
?ar-nn. N'ew Vork. fi
"*"?' v. R ker. New Vork. V*
T. U -i :-? TfeW Ycrk ......'?
At the annual meetlng of the Foreat
Hlll Fielu Club at the former ClubbOUSS,
Ko. m De Graw BTSBUS, Nswsrtt, laat
Hfht, Herbert W. Taylor, sras rs ataetsd
SfBBideni Other oOosts rs?sisdtsd were
ai f... ? president. IJ. 0. Halmon;
treasurer, Robert Kuebler. secretary. W.
"W. Da'.e; flnanclal aecn-tary, Edward W>
hacsoo. w. W. Lyona waa re-elected
truatee, while a new member of the
board ebOBSS was W. C. Mellla
Tentative Arrangements for a
Cruise to Porto Rico.
Fvery Indli atlon polnta to an ocean yacht
r*?,e to Porto RUo next summer. John
-* Oav, a irominent yaehtsmnn of the
far-c*r |a| pop here for the last
few w.-r-ks ai.d luis BSSSJ aeveral WSll
known Brocklyn yachtsmen in connection
*lth a race to San Juan next eummer.
While nothlng deflnlte haa been done ln
"he n.atter. the affair haa progressed ao
tor that the Denaonhurst Y'acht Club is
"?"??Ung to undertake the manugement at
,nl? end, and 1* conrtdent that the con
***? *a111 be the most Important flxture of
'?*?? aeaaon of 1913.
?'???r'ersil unusual fet-turea appear in con
SflsBfla wlth the race. The flrst prlze wlll
fered by the Military Governor of
Wtttt Rico, and another will be oiTered
lf the membera of the Porto Rico L#gl?
lature. The conteat wlll be seml-offlclal
?nd wlll have the aanction of not only the
?naular government of Porto Rico, but
? Iso of Waahlngton.
"'??ing a race that promlses to be ot na?
tional lmpoitance, the Kensonhurat Yacht
Club win ln all probablllty aak tbe o>
operatlon of aeveral other yacht cluba.
A spec4al committee wlll be formed that
?Hl be made up of the chalrrnen of the
regatta cemmltteea of the Benaonhurat,
tbe Atlantic and th? Larchmont Yacht
'luba, wlth poe?lbly a reprea^ntatlve of
both the army and navy. Thla board wlll
have full charge of the race. The com
"Hittee wlll be appolnt?Ml ahortly.
So says Snodgrass in Telling of
His Costly Muff.
Los Angeles, Oct. 23.?Fred Snodgrass,
centre fleldcr for the New York Giants,
whose muff of a fly ball ln the tenth Inn?
ing of the laal game alded the Boston Bed
Sox ln winnlng the world's championship,
arrlved here to-day to spend the wlnter.
Hc was accompanled by Artle Shafer,
utlllty infielder of the New Vork team.
Snodgrass will play wlth the Oxnard team
during the winter.
Snodgrass said that he waa "frozen to
the marrow" when hls fatal misplay oc
"I didn t seem to be able to hold the
ball,'' he said. "It Just dropped out of
the glove, nnd that wa* all there was to
lt." He ndded he was more sorry on
Mathewson's account than his own.
Defeats French Boxing Cham
pion When the Latter Quits.
Paris, Oct. 23.?Billy Papke. the mlddle
wclght flghter of Illlnols, defentcd the
French champlon, Georges Carpentlcr,
here to-nlght. The Frenchman qult af?
ter thc aeventeenth rounc*.
At the welghlng ln at three o'clock ln
the afternoon, 1'apKe exceeded tbe mld
dlewelght llmlt. Carpentlcr was under
w.-lEht The Frenchman s mnnager im
medlately clalmed the tit lo of middic
welghl champlon. He said: "The flght
will proceed fi? arranged, but it will not
be for tho tltle, whlch now belongs to
"It was the hardest flght of my career,"
said Papke nfler I'arp.-ntier, tbe Idol of
the French sporting public. threw up the
It was avldSfll from tbe flrst few rounds
that ( arpentier was no match for Papke,
whose inflghting tactics complctely baf
fled tl.e Frenchman. But he fought with
great pluck and determinatlon.
At the end of tbe e'.ghth round Cnr
pentier's rlght eye was closed He fought
wariiy after that nnd kept away from the
ki ? aa much a? poaslble.
In tbe Bfteenth round t>ie Frenchman
camo back quite atrongly, and in both
tliat round ar.d thc sixteenth gave a gOOd
account of hlmself
Papke opened the aeventeenth with a
terrlflc left book to the Jaw. whlch prac
tlcally Bnlshed thc Ftenchman. Csun
tler gamaly got to his f.--t. and managed
to ?lrag out the round, but obvlously he
was unable to continue. and after a brief
oonsuttatlon with hi? seconda Kave up.
papke recelved $5,088 for his and of thc
purse, Wlth certain other amolumsqta
He had to pay a forfcit of 0.(41 to <ai
pentier for being overweight.
May Catch a Tartar in Boxing
Bout with Freddie Duffy.
Jack Brlttou, tbe clever lightwelght ot
Chicago, will meet Freddie Duffy. ol Bos
ton. in thc main bout of ten rounds at tho
Forty-fOUrth Street gpOItlng <"lub to
night. Duffy is a newromar lfl thls c'.ty.
but his reeord compcls attention. He has
met wlth rmiarkable success ln the past
year or more, and numWrs among his
-rlctlms Matty Baidwin and Oweil Moran.
Another COntCSt Whlch ll I ot
tentlon is betweefl Tommy Hudson. of
Wlndsor. and Jack McCrackea, i t Toronto,
tvvo j who clalii
Championship of the Dominion. They ai
said to be fast ano clever. and the man
. nt haa promleed the wlnner a boui
with "Kid" Williams or Johnny CoulOfl.
Sam Harris. manager of 'Kid" Will?
iams. says that Johnny Coulon. the <hi
cas;o bantamwelgbt, need not long ior
:. Harrla ls willlng to let the B i
? . Dtttorj at any tlme, L*
anv club in the country offerlng a suit?
able Inducement. "If Coulon really be
lieves that he is a better man than Wlll
and wlll back hls opinion wlth
.-,... Harris, "I will make thc
any time Coulon may Btate. Wlll
llams wlll box hlm before any club ln
ountry. and for any dlstance. I am
ire that Wllllama la the better man
ihat I aill wager H.080 on thc result.'*
Donovan Sets New Mark with
the Weight at San Francisco.
fB> T'iearraph to The Tribune.]
San Francisco, Oct. 23-A world's
reeord was broken last nlght at the audl?
torium ln the lndoor g-imes of the orlg
inal Gaellc Club when Pat Donovan
tossed the tf-pound weight to a helght of
16 feet 6V4 Inches Thp former mark was
M feel 61-* Inches. and was made by llatt
Mcrirath. the world's champlon shot
Biilph Rose nppoaed Donovan. but he
could not approach the mark. Rose won
the 15-pound ShettPUt with 49 feet 10*4
Inches. Donovan. wlth a handlcap of 6
feet, was second.
George Hortne, another world's reeord
holde:. B ouflted for the three standlng
Jumps Wlth a distanco of 31 feet 4 5-8
Daniels Beats Brown in Ama
teur Boxing Tournament.
One knockout and aeveral nenr k-OOfc*
outs were the fcatures of tbe flrst open
amateur fall boxing tournament held la.?t
night by the Cre-rent A. C, ln Brooklyn.
The prellmlnary bouts ln four clasBcs
were d4-cided, and the seml-finals and
final bouts of these and the mlddlcweight
r lasses wlll be run off on Saturday nlght.
The only knockout was admlnUtercd tO
Althur Brown, Bf ?be Trlnlty Club, who
was sent to the floor for the count 1 ?
Willie in Danieis, of the We?t Bronx A. 4'.
Dani.-ls delivered a terrlflc right to
Browfl'S jaw in the early part of the BSO*
ond round After a mlnutes rest Brown
wanted te contlnne the bout, but the ref
eree waved him aside.
ln the ll?-P0und clBBB .I?^k Fherldan,
of the Trlnity Olub, .lefeated J. W.
Bi.e an unattached box4.r. Sherldan
floored hla opponenl three times in the last
round. Frank Tbompson. of the Oleheae
A. C. fought at a wl.Irlwlnd pace In hls
bout with Eddie Preuscber, unattached,
m the 115-pound class. Tbompson bat
t. red hls opponent all over the rlng. caus
lng the referee to stop tho bout to save
PiaUBCheg from punlsbmc-nt.
"Young" Drlscoll and Willie Jones, two
featberwelghts, boxed ten fast rounds to
a draw at the Royale Athletlc Club, of
Brooklyn, last nlght.
Jones was strong and willlng and hls
aggressive tactics won hlm many friends,
but hls rival was alwa#ys on the spot to
glvc as good as he recelved.
Effort to Start Roosevelt Ap
plause Fails in Brooklyn.
Adam Bede, Who Trailed the
Colonel in West, Greeted by
Local Republicans.
A BbSflteg OOatSSl between polltical
aupportera of Praaldeut Taft und Rooat -
velt partlsaiis, ln which tbe lv
WSTS Otitvoiced. was OOS of thfl fmtnres
of the Republican rally held last nlghl st
the Acadeniy of Muslc, Brooklyn.
The contest :.? a lone man In
the balcony caile.'. out tha oameof Coloi ?:
ROOSSVSlI during fl lull in the early part
of tbe meetlng, whlch call wai i
t" by appla isa snd followed, at a algnal
from Alfred b. Vaas, leader of tba Uth
DlBtrlct, frnni thfl platform, by three
for the Presldi-nt. Tbe ohflaiS WSTfl
glven itandlng to the accompsnlmsnl of
wavlng ti.ins. one of whlch bad basn
placi d ii tt b m sl
The r.-illy. whli h WSS nttended by more
thnn 2,3'?\ the capaclty of tlu* opera
house. WSS called to order by Mr
Willlam McCarroU, former Publlc lanlce
Commlaaloner, wot chairman, and ?
Bpeakera wsrs Wairsa <*. Hardlng, for?
mer Lleuteasnl Qovernor of Ohlo; Meler
Btelnbiink, candidate for Attorasy Oen?
eral nf the State, J. Adam BsdS, nf Mln
nesota, Snd Rcprcscntative Willlam M
Prevloua to the addreseea deici*-ntions
from varloui local dlstrlcta msrcbed Into
tiie thestre acompanled by thalr I
Followlng .< ahoii commentary on Re?
publican party prlndplea by the chairman,
tlie Brsl apeaker was Introduced ln the
peraon of Mr. Hardlng He touched ur>on
tbe currenl laauea, condemnlng the ex
cltablllty r,f tbe Bull MOOSS partlsans ns
sn unfortunate exhlhition of "pyrogen*
Ism" whlch made th.- present campalgn
a battle
Conttitution at Stake.
"Thls contesl la tba aecond battle of
\ ttoz," he aald. "a battle to put
a f-ev'ond aeal of approval on tba Amerl?
can Conatltutlon."
During Mr. Hardlng*fl apsech he waa
frequei i;? Intetruptsd by spplsuse from
? on t . mention i>f President
Taft's name, snd at one point for refer
tn McKlnley, to whom Prssldsnl
Taft was Ukensd In sanity of tempera*
Mr. Btelnbiink, tbe deal spssker, con
. a dlacuaalon of tbe
attltude ot prssldsnl Taft ami tbe other
natlonal nnd state candldataa on I
duct "i tha ? kIIi srj Ha also aald that
tbfl attltude of the publlc In the campalgn
was chsnglng, thsl "s tide ot common
and ol sppreclatlon for tl.e Presl
dent'a admlnlatratlon araa ari ing
throughout tha country whlch would rs*
sult ln victory f"r tha Republican i-andi
Adam I-iel.', the (hlef apeaker, dls
cassad arKtiments advsneed by opponenta
Bf t M party, chi?fly tt..- hlgh COfll of HT*
tag complaint, as soraethins for whlch the
waa held n -i onelWe.
He s..ld that it waa not attrtbutsMs to
the tariff but to the lncreased atai
rn Mvtng amoag tha Amerlcan workint*
nsy tor
gaao: ' land, "than thelr graml
I f..r groi ?
Comparei Taft With Waihmgton.
Ht ITgUSd further fur the retent!
the pi r bi i.t < 'hli '.<? la ofloa for
: tlag that with
i.iiott,.-; term Preatdenl Tafl ???? iuld, la tt..
matter of peace treatlea alone, ??> bind
natloni tl .t wai
i matter of
tsmparameat," thi ' sad
Pr< .*i lanl Taft i oi i asea the t< -
ment whlch Waahlngton had, a tei
msnl ol mental polae, of honesty and
m whlcb losura the contln
of the prosperoua conditlona whlch have
I thr ia t foui
,- msdi bj Mr
Calder, who | imai ? of l
-.r leglalatton pssai d during tlu
fnur udlng pofltal aa* li gi
oat bll) . a btti d oth< i
:,,.:,. |ie .,!-.. . M lalaSd tbe BttltUdfl
of oppoalng partlsa and f.-ictiona to euch
prlndplea aa navy malntensncs, dsclaiing
thal the coatlnusd dsvslopmsnt of the
eountry dependsd oi ths continuatlon ln
offlee ef pcasaai Rspubllcsa Bupportsrs.
Pugilist Accused of Alienating
Singer's Affections.
' [n>- Telegrap* to Tbe Trtbuae.]
Chlcago, Oct. fl "Jaek" Johnson. the
negro pugiii**t. waa made defendanl to
day ln a sult for MMX* ?sd ln the Su*
perior Court, ln whlcb lt I* charged that
Johnson allenatsd thr- affectiona of Mra
Adah Banka Davla from Wlllard Dfl
her hUSbaad. Mra, l'avis 1? tbfl Blnger
formerly employr-d ln JobnSOU'fl cafl, and
la aald to hav.* shot him when ah- Isarnsd
of hls Interest in I.ucilc Cameron. The
Davlses are mulattos.
Cbarlea Johnson, brother of "Jaek"
Jahaabq, wa.-- bsard by the fsdaral grand
|ury to-day. "lt ls tbfl band of Ood." b?
said. as bfl mteied the Jury room. "The
I.ord ih taking thls fellow in hand and
|s dlrecting JUStlOfl at him." Tbfl wltneaa
is ssld to bavfl told ths grand Jurora much
of Importanofl ln lha federal tavastlgs*
tlon. JohBSOg "aa fOtlOWSd by JoSSPh
i.rvy. Beeretary to the pugilist
Lurlle OSBBSron SrlH bfl rSSBllsd later In
the WSSfe tn BOIBplStfl her testlmony. She
upent the Dlgbl wlth her motln r, guardsd
bv a dsputy inarshal. The girl waa f
portsd to be wllflag ts do wbatsrsr her
mother auggsstsd sad to aid tha tareen
ment in tba soutsmplatsd pioaecutJou of
*'Jack" .lobnar.n wlll retlre from the aa
leen buslnssi b Cbloags on Karsssbsr ;. '
aoeordlag te an pnaoaaossssal matte by
city ofltdala to-day. Ths salooo Beaasi
uader which as has bssa saarsting ia i
owasd by a brewer) Jobnson'fl contract
to use |t sxpirsfl on November i, and arlll
not be renewed. _
At the calt* des H.-aux Arts, yeaterday, J
the aecond of the serlea of exhlnltlon j
match gamea waa contested between
ChSlieg Jaffe, who drew agalnat Capa
blanca last week. nnd A. I.. Hr hn. 1.1. r,
df the Mutihattan Cheaa Club. wlth Al- ;
bert H Hodges. former I'nlted Statea ;
champion, actlng aa referee. Jaffe won j
the game. a Ruy bopcz, opened by
Schneider, after forty flv. BBOVOa
Jaffe emergc-d from the opening ma
noeuvres with the theoietical udvantage
of an extra pawn on ttie queens slde.
U reo.uhe.-l aome very cb-ver play. how?
ever, to turn thla very sllght advantage
to account. He axcompllshed lt flnally
by aegrcgatlng hla opponent's knlght. ln
consequence of whlch Schneider practl?
cally had to Play wlth a plece mlnua.
Schneider realgned on hls forty-alxth
turn. I
Another Vacancy in the Corps
of Civil Engineers of Navy.
[From The Tribune Bureau]
Washlngton, October 23.
T'li: WORK ?Another vacancy has been
added to the number In tiie cohj.s of
clvil engineers of the navy by the death
of Civil Knglneer Joseph F. Schulz, 0.
S. N.. whlch occurred at Washlngton.
Penn. This makes three vaeancles ln the
? ir.d under the present practlee
graduatea af the Haval Acadr-my are as
slgn.d to thls duty. The assignment ls
voluntary on the part of the enslgns, and
from among those expressing a de.-lre to
antST tha corps Of dvO engineers a cer?
tain number are aelCOted ar.d sent to the
Troy 1'olytechnlc gcbool for Instr i fl rn,
The result of one year's work d.-termines
whether or not tha ensign will be con?
tinue.1 in the corps. The Secretary of the
Navy ls maklng an effort to lntere_t en
slgna in thlH duty, as at present there are
Ollly a few who have expressed a deslre
to beeoma <!\ii enatneers ln the navy.
ORDERg 18*1 KD-The following or
ii. rs hava baea lesued:
CapUlne CHARL-B L. POSTBH, medlcil
corps; CHARLEA E DOERR, medloal
corpa, and NORMAN L. MDIARMID,
mxii.ai corps: i :rar Lleutenant RHOD
ERIt: W. BROWN B, medleal reaerva
Curpa from liilllpplnea.- Kebniary 18, 1818,
tn 1'nlfd I
Captain CURTIB K4i_P.nF.CK. rnnat artll
1,-rv. to Joln lllth Company, on cxpiration
of lenvx of abeenee.
Captain LUCIU8 K KOLBROOK. from 2d
to Itb Cavalry.
.Mi.i. ROBERT J. REANBT, fmrn 4th to
lirxt Lleutenant ALEXANDER ? ' PEN?
DLETON, cr,)i?t artlllery, from au ?
2,1 <'oinpany, to unaaalxned ilat, NoVem
I ar .'..
Pollowina firat lleufenanta fr^m atatlona
dealgnated, 40 s?n Prar.elseo, sallbig Feb
-,. 1011, for PhlUppinea OEORGE
B I"- ISTER. -ii . medt< ai corpa, Fort
Laaven worth; Itov C. HBFLBBoWER,
medlcal corpa, Fort Beyard; WILLIAM
ll. ai.I.F.v. m.iiical corpa. Forl Bara
?: MORES )I DARNALL, madlcal re
rpa, Forl Hunt, nnd CHACNCET L.
' HASE, medlcal r.-**-rve corps, Fort Had-.
Flrat Lieutenanl HENRY A FINCH, crpa
ef engineers, to iak, atati.>n ut Clneln
Hl-.l.'!. in.lunn-.? Department. fr'.m I'hlla
delphla t.. tuk'- statlon at Frankford ar
f ibaene. Major PERCY bt KEB8
i i ?? coaal arii"''v. twi monlba when
red to hia auceeesor bla account
abllltjr na illabnralns onver. t..;..*.
tala hay u BRYAX,
il corpa, ..nn month on rellef from
Ii rt ia..n H;.rracka.
Lieutenanl I r F1NNBY. d?tached the
11*; to Ihe K-itiaa*.
wlstant Bu geon J \M_s T. Df
i I ?.! marlne reeruttlng atntion.
nd; te na\- roerultlnaj atutinn.
Actlng Aaa.a'?nt Burgeen J. C LITTELL,
det.-iche,l navy r- crultlna *t*ilon, Oincln
naarlne reeraltlno statlon, Clees
Actlng Aaaia'tnt Burgeon B W iraWATN,
r.a: v rrerultlng itatlon Clndnnatl.
ct,:? r Pharmaclat F. W BRECK, eomtnle
t?r rierk T. M BCHNOTALA, ap
? : - - - tVlsronatn
iter i'!?rk M s HIR8HORN, ap
led; la th* Indlana.
following movemeata of eeeeels hava
beefl reported tO the Navy l'.-partment:
Tiie Yaaktoa, t aary yard, Ham
?h, tiie Bevem, the 4' 2.
8, tbe ' 4 and the C-s\ ut An
gAII ?
Cateer, frota Nerlb River. New
f ? -a I Ity
Norfoik for
4?uair., A!)'?n>, from Maa .t
. al: iha Arkanees, fr..m N nv
I ? rW
Secretary Meyer Favors One at
New York Each Year.
agton, o.t rr: Secretary Me-er,
back at hlB desk ln the Nnvv Iiepart
. aft.-r an abaence of -
eaprassad hlmself as hlghly
' Wlth the rec'-r;r II. e| RlObl
at New York, and i-aid Iie thoughl there
ii h ., revi- w everj ye -r. k.i
that thc . |*ht kr.ow I
h. ; .- k. pt up to stand ird ln efl
wtth a y.iuiy Im rease ln numerlcal
The Becretary accepted to-day nn ln*
ihe dinner ln N'ew Yort
... \t Wednesdsy nlght. following the
laui.ching then of the nen battleshlp
New York. ii" wlll sp-nk at the dinner.
n hleh wlll t,.- given bv the emp:
m v..rk N ivy Yard.
Italian Bark Blown Ashore
Near Barnegat Light.
After a flght of tWStVfl hours aealnst an
angry surf and a ateady gale from the
soiitheaat the crewa of four llfesaving
statlona brought ashcre safely yesterday
slxteen men from the Italian bark Cator
Ina, whlch waa blown on Tuesday night
into shoal water, about two miles north
eaat of Barnegat Llght. The bark prob?
ably wlll bp a total loas although much of
her cargo of bone, it ls thought, can be
Her voyage from Montevldeo had been
uneventful, but at mldnlght Tuesday the
southeaster caught her and beforn BBM
had a chance to get out to aea ahe was
driven helplesaly on the breakers.
The Clyde Uner Arapahoe, nothbound
from Jacksonville. eent a wlreless mes
sage to shore stating that a bark was In
dujtress, and later the lookout of the
Forked Rlver station saw the veaael'a
rocketa. Word was telephoned to the sta
I tlon at Harne>rat and i'..iiar Creek and the
crewa from these statlons got out at once
ln thelr mm-sinkable lifeboats and head.'d
for the Caterina.
A dozen times the llfesavera trled to get
a llne to her. but failed, until 3:30 p. m.
*? hen wlnd and sea moderated. Then they
maasgSd to make fast and the sallormen
lost no time ln slldlng dnwn the line to
s-afety. The rearued men were taken to
the Forked Rlver atatlon, where they
received dry clothlng and fuod.
f-unrlne, 1*21' iunaet, 6:08; moon aet*, 4:11:
BMOa'l age. 14.
A.M. P.M.
Ssnrly Hook . 6:00 6:20
Qovernor*! iMand . *>:20 *?$'>
Urll Gate . S:10 *?-?>
The CedrtO, rr-p..rted an Ml mlle* eaat r.f
Baa Iy Jiook at t-M p ra yeaterday, i? expectrd
to .-1 k Baturday '. ???
Tha K enlK Albert, reimrted xtt SSO mllea eaat
of Bandy Hook ?< noon yeaterday, t* espeated
to .: . ii ti.ni Hftrrn'-on.
Tbi Ban Qugllelm -. n-;.orteri \s 7M mllea east
of ban 1> lb."k at <:*) a m >e?,t.-rday, l? ex
jnn.i to dock Friday forenoon.
Tha MaJ<eti . re;..,rted a* 2M) mllea #n--t o:
Hook at noon yeaterday, la expee'ed to
U ? rencnn.
I ',e PrledliCli der Or--?.*e, r-'.oited nn Wi
i..:i .-, a?M of .-an-ly Hook at 1:S p m yeater?
day, la ***-*v**1**i to Soell thls forenoon.
Veiael From lAn", _
?Oruba.Kingiton. O-t 1K...R M S P
? \l*?)eat!e..iSouthanipton. Ocl IS..W Btajf
? Hermudlan.Rermn-la. Ocl 22.Quebec
? Sai.ta Maita.KlBfSton, Ocl IB.V F Co
K nl* \n .-rt.Naplea, Ocl ll ..N 0 I.io> i
Comua.New Orleans. Oct 19 So Hao
.. .Oalveaton, Oei 17.Be Paa
Krled der Oroa?e..Rrein?n, o.-t 11 ..M Q Uoyd
pkiday, OCTOBBa 2-X
Tiaoill.Havre. Oct 1?.rrench
?/...ll.,.Mn.u-uei, OCt 1!* .K?d D
?Monterey.llavat.a, Oet 8.:"*\*r
Baa Ou?llalrne....Naplea, Oct 12. .^ tajtaa
ide.Brunswick. Oot 22
Bl I'.ira.lo.Ua ll S 1 *
..Oalveaton, Oct '?.
- Atlanta...Savaaaaa, Ool M...Saveaaaa
? -i TjoulO.K..ii'hnmpt .n. 0? l?. ...Amer
. , . 11 ? 17...Whlte Btar
? ...Uverpool, Ocl Vj.. 9*****
ra iv Bt Mare, Oet 21 . R DJ I
?Afrlcan Prlnoe..Pon SpalB, Oct l.Prince
. Horta. Oct ll .>?**???
1*1?.UbSB, OCl IS.Russlan
?Drlnfi mall.
Ma'.l Veaael
Ve*??l Tor 7Jne. alBSlB. ?alli.
a, Havre, rrench ; no ? m l* oo i m
| .am 12:00m
.rd..:.* ? "'a'-1 *|*Jfi"
11, il. H A ...11 Oi.m g-JJJP"
penhagen. S-A.
i. Naplea, Cunard.- '-"H"
i, Ital -
Hlrma. I.ila-i. Ruaa. -
Cranluni. Rotterdam. fran. -? -?
C of .--t Ixiuii. Pavan. Sav.. -? 3<JOpm
Karaas, Pt Tbomaa Qu' .ii:30am 2.00pm
Mit.in-.ae. Tampico, Ward. '";'*? "''
jackaonvlIU, Cl .- bOOpra
Philadelphia, B'h'ptoa, Aat. i*:0>am l:ttin
Majeotl , B'hamptoo, vV B. 8 ;w a m 12:00 m
,,' s Juan, NTAPR. 9"> * m 11:00 n
C_rrtllo, Ooloo, U V Co.. . BJOara U:00i
Ha*ana. Wanl-l'HOam
ll , Turk'S lai, Cl 1" 00 a m 1.
Pern'buco, 11 "O a ni -
p r y rl< Irli h, I ? r H A 11 i? a tn 1:<V. p m
I'.iri .11 JOiim
Hennudlan, llermuda, gue.1*2:00 m 2:00pm
--i-r?an-T^~~~ II * I *^"*"L'^'^^^^^!^^
* < 4. ' -I**!' s iJej^rti... nt of Agri(;ulturft\*j \^._^
".**? .X. \?10 V .,_ W#lllEK_UI'lt_AU Js_.v""
?t / t-t/tSe
x_J/ / / i / iae
M ub* rent. K.r..
(XTuUTlt 81, nu.
-_?__l*__/_l* SES-T-m -" - IXS_aj ?e .- NT O ?~ a 1??*?r ?*-*/' 4I*.. ? U-*. ? ??- 4a_3 Um H ??
"? ? ?'. - - - ?|?|??-4??1?*?*?"a-*
Otn.lal Reeord and Korecaat.- Waahlngton.
Oct. 23 Th? dlaturbance that was over the
tower uk- rea* n Taeaday nv.t ha* moved to
The riiiddle Atlantlc c BSt, attende,, hy general
raln* throiigrvut Ihe mlddle Atlantlc and New
F.ngland Ftate*. the lower lake reglnn, the
aSOet Olilo Valley und North larr.llna. The
lalnfall waa be.ivy In the mlddle Atlantlc
Btatea ani the ?pger or.i.. Valley. Raln* hava
alao fallen In the KuftBwaSt.
Th- weather haa be. oin? tninh colder In the
Oalf si. I the Atlentlc ?ta'.ea, except New Eng
Hwd, UW < >tilo Valley and the low.r lake
The temperature ha* rla?n ever the plaln*
-i.... -. tut lt I. filiing agaln ?>ver the Rocky
Mountalr* aad tl I tl?"-?.u r'gl'-na. Th. re will
te raln* Thuraday In New Kngland ai.d ..n UM
BBlBBIl Atlanii- coaat, fouowe.i ny tair weather
ln theae regiona Frlday. BtoSWBars through
out the country tj,? weather win on generally
r.,u iluiing the next forty-elght nour*. tSVtemt
., wlil le ralns in the north Pacltlc
.iture* wlll b? lower Thuraday In the
New Fnglan.l atawa and along tba mlddle and
Boutb Atlantlc coast It will rlac Thuraday
and Frtdai etrot Ibe great central valley*. th*
Ukkc ??gl.n snd th.. Qalf *t4it??. Temi.eratur*
change* ln other parta of the country wlll b*
-.tarnlng*. are d!?played en the Atlantlc
,-oast 'roin Delaware Rreakwater to Boaton
and on the Orcal LskCC from Dulutb io Mar
quette and from Kacanaha 10 Oreca Ra).
M ? wlnda along the New Kngland coast wlll
be lulak rsriable, becomlng nurthweet; mlddle
Atlantlc coast, hriak Borthwest; aouth Atlantlc
_al moderata nortn and BortbWMtj eaat Onlf
i -at! Ilahi north. weat tlulf c.?a*t. llght varla?
ble on Ihe lower lakes. mo>rate northw*at.
becomlng varlable; upr*r lake*. moderate varl?
able. becomlng brlak aouth on Mlehlgan and
BBtear_ere departlng Thuraday for European
r-ort* will hav* brlak and probably hlgh north?
west wlnda and overcaat weather to the Orand
Ranks. _
Foreraat for Speclal lx>calltlea.?For Eaat
ern New Vork, ro?t, followed by ele ing,
to-day; colder: Frlday, falr; brlak northweat
. wlnda.
For Kaatern Pennsylvanla and New Jer
eey, cloudy and colder to-day, prece<,ed hy
r.ilnv Frlday. falr; brt?k northweat wlr.d*.
1'r Delaware, Marytaad, the Dietrict ot
Columbla nnd Vlrginla. eioudy and eonrlnued
coM to-day; Frlday, falr; moderate north?
weat wlnda
For Northern N*w England, raln arid
colder to-day; Frlday. falr. brl?k *outhea?t,
ahlftlng to n.othweat, Wlnda
For Bouthern N'ew Kngland. raln and
colder to-day; Frlday, falr; brlak northweat
For Weatern Penn-ylvnnla and Weatern
N'ew York. ch'iidy and eontlnued cold to
(lav. Frlday, falr, wlth rl?lng lemper.i'iire,
moderate northweat wlnda, becomlng va?
Por Weat Vtrglnla, eioudy and eontlnued
eooi to-day; Frlday, falr, wlth rlilng tem?
8 a. m. .. .P7 1pm... .100 B p. m-M
Oh?ervatlon? taken ar t'nlted State* weather
bureau* at 8 p. m. yeaterday follow:
. if. Temperature. Weather.
Albany . 62 Raln
Atlantlc Clty . tit fioudy
Hoaton . H2 Raln
Buffalo . 48 Raln
4'hlcago . 44 riear
New Orleana . 4)4 riear
Bt i_ui* . 04 Clear
Waahlngton . 48 Raln
I.ocal Offlclnl Reeord.?The following ofllehil
reeord from the Weather Rureau ahowe the
changea In the temperature for the last twen
ty-four hours ln comparlaon wlth the corre
epo.nl ing date of laat yrar:
llll. IM] llll. 1912
> a. m. M 61; sp. m.69 ?4
? a. n>. ri ?i 9 p m.M r>?
9 a. n>.M CSil p. m. 52 67
12 m. 11 ?3! 12 p. m.61 ?
4 p. m.15 14,
Hlgheat temperature ye*terday, (8 degreea (at
9 a. m ): loweit, M; average, 12; average for
correspondlng date laat year 61; average for
correspondlng date Uat thlrty-three year*. 63.
Local Foreca?t - Raln to-day, followed br
clearlng. colder; to-morrow falr; brl?k north?
west wind*.
T der Groase. Premen, NGL.- 10:00 a m
Sanf Anna, Naple*. Fabre. - 3:00 pm
Columbia. GlasRow. Anehor?- 9:00 am
Mlnnehaha. Ixnlon. At Tr.. - 10:*) am
Amerlci. Naplea, Italian_- 11 ??
I'erna-la. Naplea, Anehor.... - 2:00pm
i'rea Grant. Hambur*-. H-A- 10 <*) a m
I_ Touralne, Havre. Fr .. . - S;i*Opm
san Jauinto. OelreeCea, Mal- I "" P ?
Umpa.'.i, Tampa, Mallory. - 1:00 p m
comannhe. Jarkaonvllle Cl. - 1:00 pm
Creole, xew Orleeaa, B Pao- 12:00 m
c of Atlanta, Savan, Sav.. - 8:<"Opm
. 'l.iae
Destlnatlon and iteamer In N. T. P.M.
Japan. Corea Chlaa ivia Taroma)
Canada Maru .Oct 25, 6 30
njl lalanda Ba_oaa lalandi, New
Zealand. Australla (vla Vlctorla)
Marjma .Oet. 2B, 6:30
Japan. Cott-a. Chlna (vla Seattla* ?
? laun .Oct. 25. 6:30
Hawall .wa San Fran.-laco)?Hono
lulu .Oct. 25, 0:30
Hawall. .lapan. Cnrea, Chlna (vla
Ban K:ar. !*>..) -Chlna .Oct. 28, 6:30
Japan. Corea ' hlra i\la sekttle) ?
Panukl Maru .Oct. 81, 6:30
Japan ? Inn, Phllippluea
ivia virioriai--Monteefte .Oct. 31,?M
Guarn, PhlMpplnea ivia San Fran
el*co)--U s Traaapert.Oet 31. o.-so
Tahiti. Marqufeoa, Cook Wanna
n-.v Eealand, AM-.tr.iiia (rla san
Fratn-laroi ?Aoranal.Nov. 8,6:30
Hawall, Samnaii Islan 1a, Naw Zea
lanrt, Auatnlla tvla Pan Fran
claco)?Veutura .Nov. 14. 6:80
Port of New York, Wednesday, Octo?
ber 23, 1912.
Steamer KflMiaM YVlnga 'Hn, Sanfa Fe s-p
tember 6. Porto Bora ? ?
ber 13. to the New* York Tannin*; and Kxtraet
('.>. with quebracho wood. Arrlved at the Har
?it noon.
Steamer Hamllton, Newport Newa an.1 Nor?
folk, tO the OM Domlnl .ii B? CO, ?rltk
gtia and mdae. Paaae.l in Qiiarantlne at 3 p m.
Steamer Grenada (Ur), IVnh Ambor. to ihe
Trlnldad Bhlpplag an.l Tradlr.if Co, wlth md-e.
Paaeed ln Quarantlne at 2 10 p m.
Btearaer Mareng-o ifir), Hull October I. to
Hand-raon .4- Hon, wlth mdae. Arrlved at the
llar at 10:30 a m.
Steamer I_ f'amplne tPntrh), Antwerp Octo?
ber 6, to David T Wanlen, ln ballaat. Arrlved
at the Har at noon.
Bteamer Arapahoe, Jackaonvllle Oetoher 20
and Charleaton 21. to tlie clyde da Co. Wltb
paeaengera and mdae. Pa**g*d In Quarantlne
at 1:37 p m.
Steamer Normannla (Pani, Uverpool, N P.
October IT and Hallfax 20, wlth pulp ?-..' 1, N
order; vaeeal to t.-:.- uvm imiia s? Oo. Anlved
nt the Bar at 11 p m, Sd.
Pteamer Taormlna (Ita!). Philadelphia Ortr*.
ber 22, t.i C M Rb-hnrd At <'o, wlth 1 rahln and
L'84 eteeraife paaienifera an.l md?e. ln trnnalt.
Wlll embark paeiengera and nnlih loadlnu for
Naplea anl Genoa. I.eft Quarar-tine at 7.35
a m.
Steamer Indradeo CRn, Yoknhama Augtiet 4.
llnllii tt, Ceh'.i Beptember 2, Sln?raporr. f, s.iez
and Port Sal 1 So an i OlbralUB October 9, to
Fnnrh. Kdve * Co, with mdse. Arrlved at tho
Bar at mllnlirhr. Bd
Sfe.-im.-r Pi t.dam iDntr-h), Retterdam and
BoalOgna n.tober 12. to the Holland Ameriea
| |aa arlth 3*>3 cabln ar.d "7? iteerage l-aasen
K'ra an.l mdie Arrlved at tl-.e Bar nt T.33 a m.
Bteamer Amell* (Br), Almerla o-toher 3 and
Glhraltar ". te r1-** Donald Ba Co, with HTape*.
Arrlved at the llar at 7 a in
S-mia.'r Delaware, Philiideip.hla. to the Clyde
.-??. r-,-, with mdae. Paased In Quarantlne at
12:12 p m.
pteamer element fPr), Manaos October 6,
Para 12 and Rarbado, 88, to the Booth *? ??i
wlth 65 iiaasengera. malls and mdse. Arr?"~
at the Har at 10 a m. p-rth.
Steamer Helredale (Br). Huelva \la Fertn
Amb.iv, with ore to Nayior * Co n>?9*' '
Bowring & >-o. IWt Quarantlne at 9:38 a m.
BtCanMt El Vaile, Newport New*. to DN
Southern Raciflc Co, ln ballaat. I'aeaed m
rvnaianilrie at 10:10 a m. tt
Steamer Manhattan (Br). Antwerp Oetoeer a.
to San>rson * Hon. wlth mdse. Reportea
pas-lng Flre laland at 3:44) p m. _
Steamer San Jminio, OalTCSton OcforiT n.
to the Mal'ory Bc co, wlth paaaengera ana
rodae. Paaaed ln Quarantlne at 8:37 a rn.
?aady Hook. H i. Oel 'A. 9:80 p rn-wind
northwest. light breeze; cloudy; llght eea.
Steamer* Vltalla (Nor), Philadelphia; Taor
mlna dtal), Naples; Antjllea. New Orlean*;
Almlrante iBr>, Klngaton; Raula (4ier>, Btoes
hol.-r; Iroouols, Charleaton and Jackaonvllle;
I'hllalelr.hla. San Jcan. Sablne, (Jalveaton;
Maln <r;er). Baltimore; Isabtla, Fonce; Oana
dla iDani, Rlo de Janelro, Argentina (Aust).
Naplee; Mauretania iRr>. Llverpool; Janiea
town. Norfoik an.1 Newport News, Manchlo
neal (Nor). 1'ort Antonlo.
Naples, Oct 2.1. 0 a m-Madonna (Fr). New
York nn 1 Provldence.
Barcelona, Ocl 90 Moatsertat (Bpaa), New
York vla ('a.llz for 4Jenoa.
Geno.-i. .' - 20 Mendoza iltal). New York vla
Naple ?
Gll.raliar. Ocl 23, 2 p m-Ivernla (Hrl, N>w
York vla Madeira for 4ienoa and Naple* (and
Punta Aiviiui, i BC 4Hr). An'ofa
gasta. etc, for New- York; Cblmu iBr), New
'. and Norfoik for valpara
Bydner, N B W, Oct 21 lirkenfels (der), New
York via (Jape Town. I
Havre, Oct 81 Btheletan (Br). Havannah vla
Norfoik; Jcthou (Nor), New York
Bahla RIan L, Oct 89 Q:een Adeialde (Br),
New Vork vla Monte-.i ...
Bul. Ocl 21 Arion 4ltr), New York for Vanlce.
Para. Ocl li Chrtatopber iBr), N-w York and
Norfoik via Bsrbades; Kapo (Br), n*w Yorn
u, Barbc
Montevldeo, 0 t Li Hermlnlus (Br). New Tork
for Buenoe Ayrea; Baatu (Br). New York -1*
Barbados for Buenis Avrea, etc.
Rlo de Janelro, Oct 21 Indlan Prince (Br),
New York vla I'.-rnambu.-o, .tc.
Roaario, U-t 18?lireenhmk <Ur). New Torle
an.l Norfoik via Ht Lucia. etc.
Bremen. Oet 2% ? p m-- Kronprlna Wllhelm
uien, New l'ork vla Plymouth and Cher
Copenhagen. Oc? 22, | p m?Helllg Olar (Dan),
New York vla ('hrlstiansand.
Almerla, 4j,:t _--Itaila >Ui, (from Naples), New
. . is. Oct 22?Titlan (Br) (from Santoe and
Rlo de Jan'lro). New York.
Antwerp, (?.'t ti?4'heater (Dutch). New Tork.
ColomUi, Oct 19?atchonfela <Oer) (from Cal?
cutta), Boaton and New York, 21. Relchenfela
ideri ifroni Cahutta), Boston and N?w York;
U, liauenfels (Hen (from New York). Cal?
Para, Oct 22?Hubert rBr). New York.
Naroe*, Oct 17?Oresham iBr). New York; 19,
Kmanuele Accame iltal). New York.
Alglera, Oct 18?VeataJla <Br) (from K-w Tork).
Talngtau; 21, Pol-rle (Br) (from New York). \
3outhampton, Oct ?. 12:15 p m?Oceanle (RP.
New York vla rherbourg and Queenstown;
Trent (Br), New Y..rVc vla Barb&do*. Port
Spaln. Colon and Kings'on; Krorvptingeaaln
Cecilie (Ow) (from Br.-meni, New York vla
? mrg.
6t Thomaa, Oet 23. 8 p m-Oulan* (Br), N*w
I.lzard. Oet _-L,umen (Br), New York for
PerlrrT i>et 23-Swazl (Br), New. York vU Al?
glera for Manlia and Hlogo.
Strong Fiction
Brilliant Articles
Advertised Politics
Are some of the features that will make our next
Well Worth Readlng
The fiction is by S. Ten Eyck Bourke, Charles Francis
Bourke, John Kendrick Bangs, Ann Mazzanovich, Orace Dufne
Boylan and Gordon Holmes.
The articles are by "A Famous Lawyer" and others.
The advertised politics is contributed by Chairman Hilles,
of the Republican National Committee. and by Woodrow
Wilson, whom the Democratic party wants to make President.
A Famous Lawyer
Not fiction. hut more interesting in its way. How many
thrilling cases never reach a public trial, being settled by.the,
right kind of lawyers in their private oftices. v
Advertised Politics
We don't usually advertise our advertiserr.ents, but the rontribt*
tions by Chairman Hilles and Dr. Wilson are so unusual and so
interesting that many people in both parties wil! be glad to know
of tli'.ni in advance. Each party uses an entire page of our next
number, at reguiar advertising rates, to advocate its politics.
Read both sides.
The Law of the Beach
in a rattling tale of lifesaving by the aid of an aeroplane at
Barnegat Beach. One of the best ever.
The Road to Albuquerque
A tale of a white school teacher's experience with au insane
telegraph operator in the land of the red men.
Love Letters of A. Noodle, Esq.
narrates in Mr. Rangs's most humorous vein how a clever lawyer
saved a client in a desperate breach of promise case.
No Other Way By gordon holmes
Another fine instalment of this great mystery story.
The Cover Design ByFRANCEs rogers
is an unusually clever and artistic conception. ?
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