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F Not One Person Lost or Se? riously Hurt When the Tern* plemore Was Destroyed. STRUGGLE IN SMALL BOATS All Hands Forced to Abandon Vessel, but Picked Up by the Arcadia, Which Answered Distress Call. Baltimore. Oct. 2.? Fifty-four shlp v re k< ' persons from th?? British freight statuer Templemorct which vils burned Si sea, eight hundred miles east of Vllg C pea, W< re brought here to-night by the Hamburg-Ameri? can steam? r Arcadia. No lives were ISSt, and no one was seriously injured. The hulk of the burned v? aael is ?.?? gsved to be beneath the ?raters of the Atlantic The value of the VOOOe] and her ,- tlmated at 1700,000, cov? ered by Insurance. Besides the crew there were on the vessel William Thomas, a consular pas? senger, and a Stowaway named Mc Ooimlck. All signed a testimonial to Captain George Boldt and the crew ?if the Arcadia. In which deep Rratitude aras exprei the prompt manner in which th< rei .?? was effected Ca; ' Jones, of the T. mple- i more, Which leit Baltimore for Liver-, pool last Saturday, raid that the tire j was discovered at 11*30 o'clock Mon? day Bight In the hold where cotton was stored, and ho believed that it was caused by Spontaneous combus? tion. Fire Spread Rapidly. I rdered the hold flooded by means of the fire fighting apparatus, which we had in every part of the ship,'' sail Captain Jones. "Beeiden two power! il streams of water Were sent Into the ventil?t? rs just about the burning cot? ton "Within twenty minutes th?? fire rmched ths Oil and lumber, which stored oexl to the cotton, and an ex? plosion which shook the vessel from ?:.! COUrred. 1 ordered tho wire- ' ?r to send out an '8, O, (,' \\ ? ?? at i UM thai the Ar? cadia, flftv mil?se away, bad heard nur call and was coming at full a] Still we fought the blaze, my men ;.*> psorlng unmindful f,f the ?danger. "The lire reached the engine r?".in so quhkiy that the steering gear was put out ot commission within five minutes after th?- fight began. The pumps were still working, however, and w< I to keep goini; until nearly I o'clock Finally Edward Emannuel, the wireless operator, ? i that the lights were out In his room and tlie current he used eras practically use? Emannuel ordered candlea, and with the ? . ** ? i of his reserve storage bet? tery he kept in communication with ?onger. Then his batteri? - fa Forced to Small Boats. "I BSW WS had '!"!.?? the li??t ???? could, and tt.re?- boata were lowered. No man '?ft the ship until he received Instructions to <l<? so from me. I have never heard of men who behaved so admira!'!;.- under sue i trying condltii "Our experience In the small boats was the worst of all. A storm was rag!; g, and the wind nearly upset our Mender boata. Inder auch conditions, however, we managed to )?>'? boats hi the wind until S:05 ifdock, ?hen th? Arcadia came along? side. "Many of the crew were seasick and ?xhausted. Some were so wenh they had to ba lifted out Of the heats. When th?; Altadla started toward Baltimore the Templemore was aflame frot to stern." PERFECT POLICEMAN RETIRED. Aft*r bavins been on the police fore? of this city for more than fOTty-elghl *>fars and rr.aklnc a reOOfd Of never hav? ing had a complaint iodg?d against him, iJavid Rut'.e !n? '? tired yesterday upon his owi ""in He will r ftlve an annual pension of I700 Who is Lord Bendish Hero of tin- New Novel By Maurice Hewlett Just Published unr.er the Title Bendish? It is reported that the young aristocr?t who takes the title role ?n this novel is a real character whose picturesque career has heen the subject of eager speculation ?n Europe and America. This question of identity adds angular interest to a glowing ro? mance of the Early Nineteenth Century. Who Is Bendish? V.35 net. By mail $t.47. Chlr,es /Tx?\Fi,th Ave Scnbners l?MS) 1 at 48th St. Sobs V?V New York MAI LLOYD AND HER Deportation of Singer and Jockey Ordered After Ellis Island Hearing. APPEAL TO BE TAKEN Lawyers for Vaudeville Per former Hope to Gain Admis? sion for Her as Transient Under Bond. Mari.- Lloyd, the KnKlish concert hall entertainer, and Bernard ?Dillon, the for? mer Ensilan y? kor. who in .?? detained overnight! on the White star liner Olyn Pic, were taken to ?Oils laland yesterday and brought before a board ol ?peclal Inquiry. Th, hearing laated half an hour, and when it tnde-d Miss Uoyd and Dillon were both ordered ?'? ?port? d, The couple arrive.1 here on the Olympic YV. ?ln?-?l.i V Tin v%,.icn|.i,.,i th? ?am? room throughoat Hi- va: Bg< end were I.bed on the ?hlp'a manlfasj Knd passenger list as ' Mr. and Mis. ?Bernard Dlllon ' When the Immigration olReiala obaei ? d H ai they had com? over aa huaband snd Brifi ti..- couple were auhjected t?> a doss ilnatlon, which broushl out an ad? thai they were not man led Immedlatel] they were aenl from the pli r to th? ship, v\ !.. r- they w? re Boarded .-?lit to Kins la ? day. As soon ns the board ?u lulry oniei. d the coupl? ? a? ed, Misa ?Lloyd's counsel, Moses Qrossnian, and William Blsu, who rep? i Dillon, made ? f->:mal app ai ? ? ? .i.- and i in a? i it ovi i t?> B: i on H. Chi, th? acting commissioner, who w;;i ?end it. with his own report "f tbe cas.-, t.? th? & retar] of ?Labor The law require? that all excluded aliena be sen! back t?> tbe port <>f origin by the Bteamahlp wni.-h brousbt them here, but, as the appeal win tak?- at leaat a week tor consideration, the ?couple cannot be ?sat back on the Olympic, w i.i n will sa-! to-morrow at noon. Mr. Qrosanaan cttsd ths ess? <>f Ette . inny, s ho came bei ?? to Join M Bo? Kanny, an acrobat. The woman was not married to Boganny, bol waa - : fl "ii, dl pot tation ? n tn? til?n?* of a bond thai ?he wsa hen t and S performer, it is ?aid ttmt the caae of a well known soprano, who liv.-s with a man nol her| legal huaband, and has frequently vielted this country, with him, will be preaented b ? Mies Uo d'a ? ounat I Miss Lloyd's anawi r to II ?? i barge made nat her by the Immlsratlon ofl waa that ahe Intended to marry Dlllon a? s.."n ;?s she could set a divorce from - ? di i i lurlcy, an actor a ?Lloyd, being a saloon paaaenger, wsi permitted to occupy the s ;.-.-:., i mom occupie?) by Cipriano ?astro d'irinjr hia '-.on. and i ? : ? s ?-re s. nt to i?? r from tin? laland'a restaurant for employes. l)iii?>n was detained la less desirable While the Immlsi atlon ofB ia!n t the actres* ainl her travelling companion, an efforl win be riia-ic. bj th? Sllns ol ;? bond, to pat ? ? to fnl?ll h?-r contrai t for !.. w. ? k.- m thia ? nuntry. i ?ilion will I av? a small ? han< ? . union A Maternent ISBUCd | ? '?i?iay hy Martin Bei k an?i k. i\ Albee, repri ? ? ? ? the Orpheum an?l Keith dtculta, said "We h..v. no personal interval In Miss Uoyd s a;Yairs ghl . , ? ? -. h-r ?ivv ?i oouna? ; Th? Isa n i l tak? course, so f-?r a? w? are con erned. If i ,?. pot ted, l I end* tloi wifli us, ) i? if sii<- I? allowed ?.?> remain a ill fulfill )i?-r ? ontra ta, a hit h call er appearanci l the 1 ? " t he week of Octotx ira' ted tim<- at the K?--iin and I >i ? ' LLOYD CASE STIRS LONDON English Variety Artists Angry at Singer's Detention. [By < London, ( act. ?1 The at lion "f the American Immigration authorities ordering the deportation of Mane Lloyd was the subject <?f ?ganara! con? vernation In vaudeville ?-luus and other gathering places of London variety artists last niKht. Daisy Jerome, who has Just returned from America, said: "What s dlsgra ? fui proceedlngt it is a deadly insult to the Brltiah artists, and I an eure American people won't indorse ?t." Mark Sheridan also expressed ?the utmost surprise, and said: it la enough i?. make all British entertainers swear off America In ?future The whole musical profession h?-re is deeply moved by what it regards as an affront upon one "t Its leading msmbers/' COCAINE SELLING CHARGED Detectives Arrest Young Man After Chasing Him. a man who aald n<- waa Charlea Smith. hut who ths police said was Charlea Trio, twenty-two years old, of No. Ill West 4'.?tii street, wsa arrested last sight by Detectives CahiU sad ?Powers, of In pee? tor rjtllen'a staff, In IWh street, near Eighth avenu?, after a cbsse, He was charged with Liavlng cocaine Is ins poa sesoloa and locked up In tin- West :i?th ? station. Aoeording to Ihs detectives, complslnts were receive?! fiom the nslghb?lWhoOd of Eighth avenue between Mtb snd ?-'' BtrSStS that <?"< aim and heroin wer.- being sold there t?> boy? and sirls, sa w?-n as m adults Th?- detectives said Ihsy saw Til?, BlgnSl t<> another man and both . ,,t, red .? saloon The deteerJvea fol? lowed, but Trio darted <>ut through the side door. Th? utectives say th? y saw Trio throsj a small >packag< away. When the pack? ags waa opsn?ad, tii?- polies say, it oon taincl six "ileiks" of cocaln?- un?l an ounce of ths drug ? i???w?i?r farsa. PRESIDENT TO GO TO MOBILE. ?WaaMngtoa, ?Ost I i'i.sio.nt Wilson i,. s decided to attend th?- ?Southern C?otn marcial Congrsea at Mobil?, Als., on <?< toi. i .'7 unl?eas unexpected davelopmenta prevent Plans are being mad.- for blra to leave ii? r?- on the evening of Octoher ?::,, rsturning bei? on the :nth. RENT PAYERS INDORSE MITCHEL. .lohn I'urroy Mitchel, tin- fasten ?;m dldate for Mayor, ?as laboread, and Chairman McCall. Tammany candidat* denounced at a meeting <?f the ?Society t.. i.ow-er Renta and Keiiu? <? Tase? <?n Homes, held at the City Club yeKtt-r day. I DRUNKENNESS IN H FOE GIRL 10 ACT Young Dressmaker Tells Court Parents Drink Up Wages of Herself and Sister. ASKS A FIGHTING CHANCE Story Reveals a Family Circle Where Squalor Reigns De? spite Daughter's Strug? gle for Better Things. Orsc? Fleming, eighteen, demanda ? lighting chance. Bl ?? h .?- !.. i -?rent? ?re h?.! alvina her this chance, end, Mr ther, thai hb.- und her lister ere iup portlna the rsmlly. s?. yesterday ?ha liahil Johh Kb nun?,', her father, ?nd El l*n Fl< mlng, her ninth, r, Into court on the charge ol keeping ? dli irdi "l owe a duty in myself. I can't lira ?" ?' v?>'' Horn?: is crushlnk ? v. ry drop ><t decency m rrfster and m; n If." *he to ?! Magistrate Kolon, ?rho listened to ?tory ?' th? bU?'s ?truggie sgslnsi ?"?Qualor, while hs studied th? eodden "f h? r port uts. "I believe every nord this gl ? xclalmed ths n Lglstrsta "i sd tain i.? r lor hei Qrmni s?. and | upho i bi r in comlns i<> tbli court foi ? sum muas (or her parents." Oaslna at tl?? tether snd mother, the masistrate sdded: "If thai girl trers to follow th ? tort ?? <>t \ our ? sample she would i ably goon tV like yo I, '1 ill- COM ihsll ''?? Investigated ' Gram n< : n sent from the co 11 o in to her srork m ' Iressmsklng establish? m? nt at So i? w. s' i'., i itreet, where ?he h;is be? n ? ..inlng N ? ?.?? ? n tot s ) ? ;ir Bht has -, t u:ed he ,i - a ni? r witne*n and the employer of her sister, Mad, line, giste* n, arounii the corner on Col enue, si o ipeski highly ?>i Ota' Madelin? ?tanda with her sister in th<?!r Bghl for y "No fatl ? r -i moth? r I m i1 ?? i Ight to ruin the llv. I I i II lsught< Qrsce, with 1 < tucked u?'. "In m-, n? ?r. I loi i I.!:.'-: SI ' moll.? r. and I hSVe ' B thi m m ind to as, with s chai ? to da i?'? oursell M?Oi i priest ? Ivl* 'i me tr> i ut loose from ?? ir home I : km w it wasn't am use ??. ?? csn'l live "ii ' "' i ?crop? i? a' I ith? mother bave afiwr one of their drlnklmi ?pella" The young dre?smt.kei thsn Ber ? ? ?ri her t? j; ? ?.?.?? | ..ni bl irted oui : "Ev< ? mesi y little ol : and < ??? ry cent of aisl ; lunk? ^??:.'- for in Ink s hi n a ?? ? sin t it, now, Just ain't It tin t ye h? srd? No ?o? 'i i M.i'i? l ? i 'Damn it" Poor kid: ? i ? r Sh i '.' srd mor? it. Well. I trle-l to k-ej. out Of to art. to SVO I ?" ? ' but ti.? rol ? I 'ui t had to do It!" ?h* ? ' h her gritti d t< M No. IS West 10 tor ths Blrl s stl t tion? In It ovei ? of drink a re abo Kathei ???iv. Ora i e a Mack chai . ? n.. Uroi they wer? They told how she ran around with m? n and ? ? ? ' ? ? t dare to tell tl ; | ? .1.?.lite.I. -I 11 tell 'h II .?ill F I and moth, i drink ? >? II .. ..::? to .. ' but 1 : ' ? t er. 8 family. Not ? i n horn? elwi . . and ?he bsa tri.d t.. it ??? i snd mamms betl what's th? US? ' ' -.. -, rl that 1 l( moth* r drsi " i r '?Vl"' word ? ' in* t repeal I ? I ... g to eat w hi ? ?.sink Well, sll I ' ? we ? ant ?land It anj ?? 11 o i m thai 1 don'1 can I "??? low Hot t to m?- " "BIRD CAGE"" EMPTY WHEN CENSORS COME Everything "Bad" Cut Out of the Adams Pl.ay Before Police Appear. [Bj Ti Ictcrspk '" ! ' Yrii ?m i Prortdi ?.' e, R. i . ? '? t. 2. The Provi? dence Police Department has received to n ? ny i omplalnts from th< ? abo n Hem ?? Aa tin Adam ; new clay. ?"I'lie liiiil Cage," which wa? produced for the first time her? on Monda) nlsht, thai si\ ? ?us'is were s. nt to ti"- Providence Opera House to-nlghl to see whether thi thlngi ?eld of the plsy were trui Th? play as pul '?n to-nlghl wa? tar diff?rent from other perfoi mom ? . svei ? ?? ? tlonal psrt b? ins ? llmlnated, and ? ws? nothing whatever Ihel would nw> the censor? ?ny reason t" put s st"), i H Tin- larges! crowd ol ths seek attended, . . . tina '" " ?' ''"' i'!''lV "topped, but all wer? disappointed with th? revised pel im man. ? i. Thi censoring party Im luded John T. Msgutre, Sergeant William T. OsrnUe, Msyor Joseph A. Oalnor and w alter R. C?*llendai Tti? |."ll<-<- cenSOn t' "k OUI their pal when th? curtain went up ?howing the bridal chamber in th<- o-call?sd "terrible" MCOnd SCt Tin? a?'t had mil progTl ?d v? ry far wh.n it becams apparenl t" thus?? in the audlenc? who had seen it before that eomethlna was missing. The fiank es pression? and "had" ?it usti?n? ?wer? either entirely "initt<?i 01 toned doe n. When Aunt K?l'- (Mrs ThomS? Will fen) sat down on Monday beside her niece, Mndge Trench (Mia? ah? ,- Brsdy), ?he said ?he wsnted to "t?n her certain things im girl CUgbl to know until *-h?? wa? married th? mysteries of Ufa" To night ?Im aoti ?h? ?ranted t" "toll her certain thlnga" Th? si leeai Res min m, s of dial"-'", wa omitted?th? t pari shout which Um gn als t erll m was made. Miss Brady entered the bridal chamb r ;,,,! burst through the door with oat ?treet elollie? on her arm, attired la a : loos? kimono, on Monday night To-night , ?h? ram'? from th? bedroom clad in blai k Ths police wer? Indignant bul there waa nothing to ?'?? den* i hinches of ail dettomlnstlons are op? posed to ths plaj i"'aus- ?if it^ open sd rocoof i'f divot a Mr. AdaSM hfi b?re in a hum ?.?nr I day wh'ii hs received ? telegram lesving no sddftiSS at bis hotel or with ids man? a?. ? r. lohn H Werner Thi latter ?sya be m ver knew thai Adams wan a prient. ?. 'NAMES STEPMOTHER IN HER DIVORCE SUIT Mrs. H. L. Johnston Says Hus? band Was Too Fond of Father's Young Wife. SHE CALLED HIM "BUBBY" Johnston, in Counter Suit, In? volves an Italian Marquis, While Aged Father Will Soon Sue for Freedom. in th? divorce - ill brought by Harri? t !.. Johnston, of New Rochelle, against ! Harold i?. Johnaton, manager of t ' i - - ?'.? I ioin.il iJfe Insurance Company of New? ark, ?begun yesterday in-r?>r.- .lust:?-.- Ar ? thur s. Tompklna In White Plains Mr? Johnaton named h? r stepmother, M 1 '. pondent, while ' er 1 band ? thai ndul) friendly with the Marqul* Uidovlco Roc? ? ?'? ? c a wlii!? abe ara* In Europe in 1911. ; John ton testified that hla ?rif? "pub ? i th? feel ?>i the noblen ? ? i i Ins him di ep ; umlHaUon " ? The ?-V idi ? tal tangb of th.- two families, and Ml Richardson, who i? ?event) years old. declared on tha i wit mat* stand thai he Inti tided I ?- his who Is thinv-niiie yesr* old, i ai se of the r?v?lai I liter** i? Uon 'I'h v *r< re married on i ?etob r Mr .m! Mrs. Johnston occupied chairs within a few feet of sa h other in court, hut there ?rea no sign el reciagn!? ' lion. Ifi j?-1 i rton'a father 1* ?president of M 'i Rlcha ?i on ? 'omi any, of N > II Mum treat. In Mi om? plaint the ........ ms "Anna J. R " i? .t at tbe beat ng t? Mis III? ha: Mi orti r. of N?- ? :- I ': ?? r f Ml Rl - She rsb iked John? ...... I that l I her n Rtdgewood, N. J. I Mis tid her dsui I - for hla wife and mar? hei ' together bj S'alked l of lh< lohnst tei ?Vt thai time Mi -'"a a * i In i ? iropi She - . i itt ? ? i ? dale aparl I liou*<, In ? ? i. ? that while M ion -i ? ... to M and thai a 11 h H ai Mra. I ? ? ? ? ? expect ti> bring a d ' : ? ? ten heard M I ? : . ? ? r Mrs. 1 ii. ??? ? ? ' ' lard ? ? ? i ? ! he I Mi R ' ' il." and ? ? . ntly foi II? ? ? ? ? ir?l ? ? inc I: ? to tak ire of II.? ? .:? !250.00?~w"Et" IN A BUNCH Rainstorm Breaks Up Hebrew Pashlich on Bridge. Th? brief bul I eapour of yes? althl null H was . ? n production "f v\. dm ested s psi ?..m. n and children. Incidentally ? ? i eel bratlon ol i aahllch on the lofty William iburg Rrli ? i . - i. uni. nt of those a ho ?1?? i.i know Hi? meaning ?.f paahllch, it i? . |r] here thai 11 la one of tha - mi . . of the ?Rosh Haehonah, or Jewish New i car. Approi p.-iii? wa made their way to the I i promt nad? Just befo*, the i term I roh? and began ' .bratlon ?>f pashlich, ? ; of emptylns their pock? uid , v i ?ythli ela ? act pt i ?..- ?nut* When the i 'm fell the celebrants for? gol ?n ai???m the ?paahllch and scran for the Manhattan i nd <?f th? bridge, with ;,ii. ndanl i onfuslon <?sptaln falcon? r a,i(i th? reserve? from the i>? lancey streel ?l ktion w.-r.- s nuil?"iied ami t'?.?k chargs of the situation Th? subway and ?levated tra?na man tg, i to struggli along yesterday with? out any of the ?tailing that characterised Wedneadsy's storm The man who sits in the ?Weather Bureau tower snd dishes o t n. at York's weather menu evidently h. n? ?/< i ?Manhattan has had mough of ,ain for a bit, becauas last night be an? nounced cloud) weather f-?r to-day, aith i ..i,.,,,, ?ale? for '" n?o?rrow and brisk v?.. i winda._ FRIEDMANN MEN HIT BACK Prepare to Sue for Libel Doc? tors Who Attacked Them. I'. I.XI ,|.ll I" 'I II? 'II linn,?- I Mllwauki ?. < ?? t -' TI .?t ti;.- American m? ?lie.ii men a bo o ive n cur? i coab to handle lia ?Frledmann anti-tubcrini?. si? s-tiii?. ,n tii?- United State? ar.- plan* alns a ?rigorous counter attack ?>n the members ??i thi prof?e??lon who have at? lacked them wsa ahown to-day, when ? (-Mayor i?.ivi,i S Ro p. co in? i for ibe i ? edmann American Interesta, ?announced that he ?as prepartns to aue ii.?- Ameri? can Medical Association'* ofllrial tourna] ?? r libel This mean? irlrtualll ? libel suit against ths entire medical profession In ?.mei ra, ?a m? i?"ii nal iv published under thi .ation dlrectloi . Ma- or Roae does not state the detail? ol hla plana or tbe amount to be demanded, except hinting thai n win tun into the huadrsda of thousands OELRICHS10 FM CASE, MR SAYS I ?ml In uni from HrM pnnf. ?he- had been Blabbed, or that after ?eetng her he ni Oelrlcha at his ira terni! y boom .I thon ?saw hur again, in his presence she told De? tectives McKenna and pamema, whom i sssianed to the cam when outsiders assured me them was something mom In it than Trayer reported, thai she had positively told him ?he had b? in stabbed, i don't want to condemn him before be has- a hearing, but are artll look Into the cam carefully. ' We are going t?. Inveetlgata thor oughly the stories thai ahe was offered >\><t> tO hush up and that $2,000 bad really been placed al the disposal of ths man carrying the offer. I have heard that Influential people represent big the Oelrichsea have tried to ap? to;"!! the girl I do not know whether tin- la true or not but i am going to i ri rent an: auch thing, and shall In? aure her sppearem a In - ourf Police were stationed st her house, ? n x?. 006 West 115th strut, to pro chid? the chance of any one approach? ing hi f. To all callers it ?vas explained that ahe was tOO ill tO me rall?is Commissioner Doughert) said he did not kruiw who the second man, re? ported t.i have been In the eutomoblls at the time the alleged atabbing took plat e, was, bul that his in? n WOTC searching fur him, ;uui would aubposns ?.mi us a witness when found, This man Is said in have r?;i bed over and ;> 'il-d '" Irli ha away from the glrL Wounded Girl Wealthy. M i. Ill Singleton, it v.as It iv. had llvcfl in Manhattan for the last Bve years at hast. lb-fur?' coming hem she lived with h??r father and mother In Texan Shortly after tim death of her mother, two ? ? an ago, shs went to West Chester, Penn.. to become a stud, nt at the Darlington Seminary, ?he waa registered aa having . fi.iui i tallas, Ti i i ; to '.?:??? eeks ago Miss Singleton lived mi the neighborhood <<( Wee! 101st atreel and .Manhattan avenue. She has been it So. 000 Weel LISth ?treet less than a month, it was learned. Her fathi i. v. ho la on ins waj hi re from I ?alias, . - v.' .d to be "ealthj and ins to pOSStf*SS an ln ? "in" "i mor tii,m $100 a w< ek. .\t "ii" tin.- Edwin Singleton, the khI's father, lived with hi? daughtei .a No. i Wesi 101st street Later they ed in the san... street at No. 10.1 Two yeera sgo, when Mis. Smui- I the lam;! lived at Manhattan avenue and lUUd stn Miss Singleton was well known in the nelghl orhood and a nt .->? n I fen o ' ? ki ago, when she went to live with Mrs. i rdlng to thorn a bo Know ? i i not exl lordlnartl] i omi I) e, but bright vivacious and attractlvi i?? i sonant), a : ? ng le ton'a \i\ Ina me In West luist Thi Tri bum ? ? aterdey he ? t:i lie I . ? .n a hi? ). thi girl h i l figured. il .?n h< i fon hi "i. he i aid, which ?i marked by s i u. was sustained two years sgo when a machine In a Irtt Ing cams to Brief. Ml a BingU ton, i:.-;- ad of being i Igh old, si w as first n ported, ? d hi r ma fea raunths t ? :. becoming twentj a Into her ah ire ol ? $200,000 . fl . building in Dallas, the young woman r? ?. Ing $iSO.O00 In li- r own n une. She si i $25,000 .ni? al from an aunt who died a fi a* i'-; ? Miss Single- ' ton , ' mlnently Identified with ? il Is Univi ? ? tcqualnti ?l w Ith most of the men of wealth, it wee learned ? ? terday, and waa e w?aU knoa n figure at tea ind other tl functions Upon several r> a? had b? ? II Bl ' tl ill the ' "in punj of Mstthew McCune, s former ut of the <'"luiniua Bcbool "f Mines, with ?Ah?.m shs ssserted ahe had an engagement on the night she was injured In Oelrlche'e machine, Oelricha May Be Expelled. Action by the authorities "f C< lumbla [Tnlversity regarding the acad?mie .?-tan.Um,' of Hermann Oelrlcha will bo taken to-day, A conference between i;, ijdenl Nichols? Murra) Butler and Dean Stone of the Columbio Law School will tak" place, si which the facts in th.? cam aa thdy havs beer brought to th. attention of the h?-a?is ??f the col? lege will i"? considered. N me of thorn m charge yesterday woull hasard a ,. in whether the . xpulslon of ? i? h i? hs would h? the result l'util thla fall young ?'??Irirh.s was a studenl In Columbio College, registered in tin? clem of 191 I. Last month be was transferred from the academic to the law deportment, and Is now a fresh? man in ths letter school. Ho la taking th?? regular law cours.'. Denn Stone said yesterday that he was mnklng a thorough Inveetlgutlon, and WOUld Obtain from Oelrlcha himself , the complete story of th.? affair before j be paaaed Judgment "No man can stay in an Institution such as Columbio." Denn Btone mid. "it the fncta as they hove been pub? licly preaented am the truth, or even if only the approximate truth." ? '. ?n. hs was arraigned In the Harlem police court yeeterday nmrning '?n a charge of felonious assault, a certlfl ?at?', algnod by Dr. Blekeoloo, was pr?.' aented, stating thai Mlm Blngletoa wa?* too in to appear in court At the re |U< I Of hl-s attorneys, the CSSS was postponed until October 7. His ball of ?t..i was continued by Magistrate KroteL He refused to talk, referring all Inquiiies to his lawyer. He re? mained in seclusion Um Branler part of the day at th?? horn?? of his mother. No. i Baal ITU? street a repremntnUvs of Mr. Oelrlcha last nlRht undertook t.i explain away the dentals he made of facts Bines estab? lished, Lhitfly that In? was la UkS auto? mobil?; at UM im??' of the smashup, and that he used an assumed name, j A Necessity &ko& ?TO get the best service from your office force and at the ?*? same time increase your own efficiency, you must have light offices. You will find none lighter than those of the 50 Broad Str?eet Building Whore Broad Street Bend*" This building in its design provides perfect light for all of its offices. And rising well above the surrounding ? buildings, it will stay light "* Wm. A. White & Sons AGENT 62 Cedar Street Txi j I! was only a natural Impuls?-, this friend said, <?f B young man to [irotect his family name, and did not necessar? ily indicate suilt. He said, BOW that tin- matter was out, ?Oslrlchs at the proper time would give g full version of the affair. it was reportad yesterday that <>ei ricbs'S fraternity had tsksn up un in ?vestlgation <>f the reported aes by him of the nam<- of 'Hilly" (HSglMNrn, a Delta I'si fraternity brother. It was denied at the fraternity ho ISS that any such Investigation had bssn taken ?i1-_ JAP WARSHIPS AT NANKING Legation in Peking Denies Making Fresh Demands. Peking, ??ct. L?The Japanese ?Legatloa thai Japan is making fresh do? rnend* on ' luna, and points out that Chins has satiafactortly compilad with tii<- original requirements, with the cx ception of the punishment of th? offli era commanding the offending troop* ami the execution of the >??:?iiers who killed the ?a at Xanktng. Japan, it is SddSd, >*SC0gnl8eS that it win take Umc to make a ?proper Investi? satloh by the Chinese sovernment, and anticipate* no evasion on these pointa. Tokio, Oct i' The Japanese warships at |ir?-s.!it in Chinese waters "ff Nanking ar.. t., remain there, according t<> a semi? official announcement mail?? hers to-day. SOCIETY WITHOUT PRESIDENT Barnard Students Form a Real Dra? matic Association. <ir.?^ of th.- Mist Barnard < ? < > 11 ? k e actlvi n? - o? this :,?.ir was th.- formation ->f an undergraduate ?Iranian? aaso latlon. The election ??f twenty-elghl charter membera ? of th.- last acts of th?- ? T?, whi? h < h i.-e troni those of the thr.-e other ??lasse* then ?eomlnent m dra? in, in?- acUvlUea. Th- new dramatic plan provides fnr two , -. ? ar. then by -cut ting out" the freshman ?how and turning th? Rophomori show into .m informal party. A play la to i"- ?given each semester, and both are t.? ???- undergraduate efl ? ?aim,' up th.?- constltutli n the chief difficult) wil- finding a plan which would .-.- witii having a president, a r com? ??? ? a hieb r-?"?rt to * ;..,ii<i ?it directora, is to rnanaga the dia in i tiers. Th.- charter member? are as f< ?:i Ruth Guernsey, Dorothy Herod May Kenney, ?Slliabeth Ma<-auiay, (""raiices Mills, ?Laura Jeffrey, Iphlgene Acha, Isa? bel Randolph, Msrguerlts schiorr, i- -i nette Unger and Amy Vorbaue I Agnes Conklln, ?Rhode Brsklne, Lucy Howe, rielen Jenklna, ?Edith Kerl I..-V-I, 1511a Lowla, Luei Morgenthau. ?'.?ia Lenner and Louis? Walker. ISIS i-.v. n Haiing, Jean Jacob), Mary ?Powi Ruth Balom and Kmms ; ?? Msrguerlte >Bchoor is acting chairman ..I the associ.it.on. GOLF COURSE AT GEDNEY FARM. Golfing patrons of th" new Q ? ?.um lint. i. near White Plains, w -1 i,, i,.- opened Tueedaj nicht, will end an Bole course adjoining the hotel ?(round* Nin?- h??les are no-a ready; the others will ;? ready early next ?piing. Visitors will ;iis" hatre a- o| ?portuntty to ? ,., aquaah and '? nnla, hire aadd ? an driving hora-es, pi.?y Miliar.is. bowl and C?ESE KILL AMERICAN ! Missionary Loses His Son at i Hands of Tsao-Yang Brigands. OTHERS HELD FOR RANSOM Three Thousand Troops March? ing on Robber Stronghold in Northern Hu-Peh. Peking, Oct. 2.--Trn- American legation hire has received a report fr<>m J. I'aul Jameson, Vim Ooneal Oeneral at Shanghai, statins' tha* an Amerhan child. r ad bam Billed arid that other foreigner? \v?re being maltreated by ?'hi?ese ! brigands at Tsao-Yang. I Tho ItgStfMI fears that the <'hino?e gov ' Srnntonl troops are neither capable nor Bselous enough to accomplish the relsem of the American and Norwegian mission arlSS In the hands of the bandits at T-a" . rang, and that ransom alone can save . th? liven of th? foreigners still in BBS? tlvtty, It is bel'., ved that th?? ransom de msnded.may not be heavy, as chlni-s?' Id se? In monetao matters am not ex? tra vegsnt, B] th'? efforts of the American LsgBtloa and eonoulatss th? mlsalonarlm hnm been kept out ol Ultsaf? districts during the last two years, hut the missionaries were i ot restricted from going to the northern pert of th?- Province of Hu-Peh, which I hitherto had no! been considered danger? j otis. j At Hsakon Qeneral i.t Yoga hw g, Vlee? President of the republic ?tales that everything posslbl? la being done s three thousand troops an ng on ! the town of Tsso-Tang. ? A former communication to the \meri I Can Consulate reported thai Ote mission? aries, the Rev, C. Btokstsd and ths Rev. Mr. Johnson, were proceed Ina te Tsao Vsng from Blgng Teng-fu, hut their ?spe I dltlon evidently fslled, us the Re' Btoksts i telegraphed to-daj "Th.- reh.is still hold Taao-Tsng, where they compel fbe Chinee* cttlsena to guard the wails, it is feared thai th? lurround? !? .,? force will be Insufllctent to prevent tha bsndlta from escaping. The little s"ti of th? Rev. Marinan K . ?*?-, at?;? ? h? ?1 t" ! the Mtoslon <>f th? Lutheran Brethren, has ki?ed. The Rev, ? ',??.Tue Holm was I seen on Baturdsy bound. A, foreli ?ing p.uty i- again proceeding to I Ulg." a Islegiam from Chung-King my? that th?? Province of Bse-Chuen has agreed to pay the troops of the l*r"?. In ? ?? "t Kw?i i'h.iw ROI.OOO and that peSCi I? IBSUred i The Kwel-Chow troop? original!) ? th? border when th? ?outhern part ol the Provtnes of Bse'Chut-n revolted They captui -<| and held Chung-King snd ot in portant ritles until the present. 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