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1011 ITH OF?
Episcopal Deputies, in Session
Here, Call for Statement on
ACT FOR CHRISTIAN UIMITY
Dr. Manning Reports on Prog
ress of Work?Thirty De
nominations Join in
Two proceedinKs Baare witness raBtarday
to the cathollcity of that Church whlch
even now is letM-taf ?< r\m:x^r ot nanv
to emphualzc this 88-1117. Its Hous,- ot
i>ePuti*s. aaaaaaMed ln th.' Naa ah/noal
H.ill. Moniln-wlile lM^hts. consldered
flr-t -a. loriK and . n.ouraKins7 report on the
movr-rncnl for Ci.risti;'ii unlty. and then
lt adopted unanimou.sly a reeolution cal
Ina -aaaei thr orvhodox R?aslan Church to
announce that charges of J.wish ritual
murder are "without foundation or Justl
noation in tho teai Maaa <>r pra< ik. of the
rellglea 'f larael."
Th.- iepatlee dleeuaaeil atUl anr>th<r
aubject anlnaated bjr thla s.me krootl
mlnded ineluslvencss-the proposal to
change an ancient Btmyer Df tlie Church
that no one in or (mt of <-hi istendom
mlsht point to it as an example ot
rharlsaism. Thi- prayer oecura la the
Ihlrd collect for Qeoal Kriday. It asks
God to havf mr ir > on "all Jews, Tarfca,
infidelR anrl h.retics " The collect 188-8:
?O merclful God. Who hath made all
bmb and hateel riothlni thal Thou baai
made. nor dt.-irest th- deatlJ of a slnner,
bat rather that hc shouid be ronverted
and live. hav- men y upon all Jewf.
Turks. InMd-ls and h. r.ticx. and take
from them all lanorataco, t.ardness ot
heart and contempt Of Thy word. and so
frtoh them homt. 988884 Lord. to Thy
flock. that they may be saved amonK
the remnant of the true Israelttes, and
bi made one fold and one shepherd,
through Jesus Chrlst, our Ix.rd, Who
liveth and rcifjneth with Thee and the
Holy gplrlt. one God. world without end.
Dean Groavenor's Suggeation.
Dean William M. Ql88T8l80r of the C*
thedral of St. John the Divin-. had sup
pested that for the phrase "all Jews.Turks.
InfldelB and heretics." there he substituted
the woro>. "all who know Thee not. a?
reve&led ln the Gospel of Thy Son." and
that there shouid be stricken out the
xvordr- "saved amonrr the remnant of the
true Isra-lites and he." Another deputy
offered an amendment yesterday Kuhstl
tuttna "Thine anclent people Israel and all
who have erred tn darkness" for the for?
The resolution. with the amendment.
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BISHOP WINCHESTER OF
ARKANSAS PREACHING IN WALL STREET.
wa;. referied back to the committee on the
Prayer Hook. This committee, lt ls ex?
pected. wiii soon reoommend its paaaaga
and the house will act 00 the recom
Me ntion should be made in this relatior,.
too, of the address of Hishop McKIm. ol
Toklo, before the Joint session in the af?
ternoon. ni, t to oonatder "The Church ln
Chlna and Japan."
"The statement has been made," he
said, "that the Japanese cannot asslmliate
our ideals and never can become real
Americana I venture to challenge the
stateineiit. The history of the Japanese
in the last flfty yeara is suflici.-iit aaawi r
to this charge. They are the most as
similatlvc people ln the world.
"N'o nation in tbe same- peiiod has madl
Hucb progrea* arm undergone auch draatie
and fundamental cbangei without gla
ruption as Japan. Oriental by arbitrar.v
lines of longltude, Japan li OoeWental ln
h.-r I'leals and aspir atlons, and bas a
triir nnd nobler conceptlon of the duty
of "mar, to his brother man than many ]
who propheay darh and terrible things ..f
Um >-11ow perll.
' The- .Japanese can contrlbute i.ot a llt?
tle; that ls valuable to our national llfe.
w'hib- it may aol ba eaay for foralgnara
of anv natlonality to become thOfUUghl]
Amer'canlzed in the Bral gen< ratlon. I
am convinced that the lacond generatlon
of Japanese born in America wlll yteld
fo none in their love for their adopted
country anel devotlon te, everythlng that
makes for the nation's good."
With the e-xception ol Blahop McKim,
the men most active yesterday ln support
of the eoemopolltan ooaoaptlom were New
York men whose sympathles have been
tempered in thla boillng ca'.dron of na
tlonallties knei religlons. liean Orosvenor
not only proposed amendlng the Prayer
Book in the partlcular already mentioned,
but he called upon the House to vote
unanlmously for the resolutlon bearing
upon the "ritual murder" cai-e now on
trial in RuaahV
The Rev. John Howard Melish. of
Brooklyn, introduee-d this resolutlon.
' We eall upon the archbishops, blahops
md other kaders of tha Holy 4?rthodox
.astern Church of Russia to make formal
jroiiouncement that charges of _o-cailed
lt lal imirders are without foundation or
u.tlflcat'on ln the teach,ngs and practke.
jf the religion of Israel.
"Aad remlnd them that In the early
laya of Christlanity slmilar chargea were
nade through lgnorance and superstlUon
igainst our own most holy rtligion."
For CSriatian Unity.
The report on the movement for Chri!
tlan unity, considered to be the most im?
portant by far to aii of theso subjee ts.
?vaa lntroductd by the Rev. Dr. Wllliam
T. Manning, reetor of Trinity Church.
At Ita laat general conventlon, held thre-e
yeara ago ln I'lnclnnati, the Proteatant
Kpiseopal Church appolnted a joint com
mlaslon to bring about a world conferenc.
of all Christian communlons recognlzlng
the divinlty of Christ Aa chalrman of
the committee on plan and sw>pe of this
.ommlasljn, Dr. Mannlng haa been among
the most active of all churchnien in the
The report he submitted yesterday dealt
wlth the progress made ln the la_t three
years, and recommended tbat th- com
mi8..on be contlnued. Dr. Manning p, r
6onally aupplemented this re>ommenda
tlon with another, that the commlesion be
Ineorporated. He pointed out the advan
tage lt would then enjoy aa a porm-n.nt
organl-atloii, partieularly ln the recelpt of
contributlona. It atill haa about 17-,.t.
left of the 1100,000 given by J. Pierpont
Morgan in 1910.
The- commlsslon haa been persuadlng
the various other Christian denominatlons
here and abroad each to appolnt a com?
mlsslon slmilar to that of the Proteatant
Kpiseopal Church as the flrst step. Up to
tlie tlme of the printing of the report,
Auguat 19. 1913, Beeretary Robert 11. Oar
diin-r, of th.- Kpiseopal commlsslon, had
received notlce of the appolntment of such
comrnissiona or committee s by the follow?
ing thirty denominatlons or religious
The Protestant Eplscopal Church, the
National Councll of Congregatlona!
Churche-s, the Dlsciples of Christ, tbe j
Presbyterian Church In the Unlted States]
of America, tbe Executlve Committee ofl
tne l.xccutive Commlsslon of the Alliance
of Reformed Churches holdlng the Pres?
byterian system, Western, or American,
aeetlon; the Methodlat Kplacopal Church,
South; the Southern Baptiat Conventlon.
the Moravlan Church ln America. North
ern Provlnce; the Reformed Church ln
the United States, the Methodist Episco
The Oeneral Synod of the Evangelical
I.uiheran church in the ?nlted SUtes of
America. the Presbyterian Church In the
Unlted Stnt.s, the Unlted Presbyterian
Church of North America, the Northern |
Baptist Conventlon. the l-'ree Baptist Con?
ference. the Reformed Church in America,
the Reformed Presbyterian Church in
North America, the Church of England
in Caanda, the Seventh Day Baptist Oen?
eral Conference, the Chineae Church,
Chunt: llua Sheng Kung Hui; the Church
of Knuland, the Moravlan Church ln
America. Southern Provlnce; the Mo?
ravlan (h.ireh ln >.reai Hrltaln and lre
land, the Methodist church in Canada,
the Church of BagtBUd ln Argentlna. the
Kpini oual Church in Scotland, Hie Bap
tlat Union of Great Brltatn and Ireland,
the Nippon Sei Kokwal (the Holy Cathollc
Churr-h Bf Japan), the Church of BBff*
land in Auatralia and Tasmanla, and the
Church (rf Kngland ,n b__b_
Prompt and Cordial Reaponaaa.
The report MJ ?:
"Immedlately after the appplntment of
your commission. IB October, lM'i. BJt888
were taken to secure the eo-opeiation of
our fellow Chrllitian| in the I'nited Bt?laa
The leadln* Trotestant communiBBB in
this oo?atrjj prompUy and eov??Jly ra*
aponfled, and the majority af tham now
have commlsBlons or BBBtnalttaai offlctally
Bppolntad to repr<-M nt them.
"With a vlew to ohtalning co-op'-rnti88
Bfl the part of the Roman Cathollc i 'hurch
and the Kastern Orthodox churchea, and
as a prellmlnary |o more formal ap
proaches. inirortant r onferences hnv.
BS8B held hy membera of your comtnia
?lOB "Ith Archbishop Platon of th<>
Mrrly Orthodox i'hurch o' Ktissla ln N>w
Yrirk. and with (ardinal (Hbbons and
?'ardlnal >*?TBBJjr, of th?- Roman t'athollc
"ArehblMiop PlBtOfl has expressccl
hearty Hpproval <rf the undertaking and
great Intr rest ln it. and haa promised to
Bffja tlie matter upon the cordial con.-WI
eratlon ..f tha Holy Orthodox Church of
Russia. Slmllar 8?88?8?4?1 of Interest
and assurances of 9ilDpotl have. been re?
celved from Archbishop Heroplan, of the
i'hurch of Armenia.
Thr- flrat lntervlew with Cardlnal Olh
bons wa8 aoon aftt r the organliatlon or
this commlaalon. Hla eminence expr< s?cd
frienlly Interest ln the ?ubject, a dealre to
he k?-pt inforrned <rf th? prr>*ress of the
movement. and a ronvlctlon both that
dear Btatcments of posltlone would ahow
them to bf nearer together than had been
Wppaaad and that only good cou'd come
r>f tba effort to promite the ..pirlt ln
which BjBjeJl a conference ahould b>- under.
"Slmllar sentlments have been ex;rrea?"1
orally by t'ardinal i*arl*y. and by letter
hv a number of nthT rardlnala. archhlah
opa, blHhotrs and prlaets of thf Rotaan
Catholic i'hurch tn varloua parta of tne
A? for the old Cathollc churchea In T.'i
rope, Pr. Mannlng said yestenlay that
only ten days ago at a convention ln
<'o|og:ne they announced thelr Intentlon of
taking part ln the conference
To Promote World Confaranca.
Th< Immediate object of this oraranlza
tion in nehalf of Chmtlan unlty la to
promote a world conference of I'hrlstlan
churchea "at whlch 8?81*8 shall be consio
eratton not only of polnta of dlfference
and acreement between Chrlstlans, but
of the values of the varlous approxlma
tton.s of bellef characterlatlc of the aev?
eral churchea. . . . The bualness of the,
commission la not to force any particular
Hcheme of unlty, but to promote the hold
lng of a world conferenc*."
The commlflBlon reported that lt was
"our convlctlon that auch a conference
for the purpoae of Btudy and dlscusston,
without power to l.gtslat.. or to iidopt
r< fioiutlona. ln the. n?-xt atep toward
"The very modeaty ef thla attempt."
Bald I>r. ManninK. "is what makes lt
hopeful. The tlrst step Is a humhle atep,
but It ia perhapB the greatest toward a
vlslble reunlon of these roinmunloiiH aepa
rated from 8888 another anrl toward Ihr.
fulfllment of the l/ord's Prayer that all
may become one.
Three yeara ls but a ahort time, and
yet I belleve that all those who rea/1 this
report will be convlnced that more haa
been a'compllshed In the last three yearB
than any of ua three years ago would
have dared to believ? poBslble. It ls all
due to the eagerness for Chrlstian unity,
whlch ls wellnlRh unlver?.il.
"The simple fact ls that there never was
a time tauem the dlsunlon of fhrlstendom
when the great cauae so spoke. to the.
lrnaginations ef men as to-d iy. The day
must come when we shall say theae es
trangementa are intolerable and they
shouid ceaae While In all the world wo
see that co-operatton Is the word, ln re
ligion the word ts that competltlon la the.
llfe of trade.
"LbI ua show as strongly aa we can that
religlon means agreement ln the esaen
tlals and wide diversity ln all thtrtga non
esaentlal. and while 18888)8izlng thia unlty
ln diversity, and diversity In unlty, whlch
we see ln the Oodhead ltself, Chrlstlans
v 111 have fellowship in the family on
The House voted to contlnue the com
miaaion and to lncorporate It.
The House of Blshopa haa accepted the
reslgnation of three of its members. two
Bf whom 888 retlrlng from actlve servlce
by rcasop of age and mflrmlty, and the
other is to change the fleld of his en
The two retlrlng on account of age are
the Right Rev. Dr. I*emue| Henry Wrlls.
Mlaslonary Klshop of Spokane, and the
Right Rev. Dr. Wllllam Crane Gray, Mla?
slonary Hlshop of Southern Florlda.
The third blahop Is the Right Ra*. r>r.
All'lon Wllllamson Knlght. Mlssionary
Rlshop of Cuba. Rlshop Knlght retirefl
from actlve servlce tn order to become
vh e-chaneellor of the t'nlverslty of the
South. at Sewanee, Tenn
The resignatlon of theae three blshopa
creates flve va? anriea In the Houae of
Bishopa, all ln misslonary diHtrlcts. Bishop
James H. Van Ruren. of Porto Rico, re
slgned a year ago, and Blshep John Mills
Kendrlrk. of New Mexico. elievi December
U'., ML The House of Hlshops wlll noml?
nate tei the Houaa Of Deputlea ?n Satur?
day sticcessors of nl! IbCM BBBO.
Pension Syatem Adopted.
The morning aaoalon ol the Houaa of
Blabopa was tike n up bv the rendlng of
th, rre-llmlnary report of the Jolnt rom
miesion on tl.e support e,f the Clergy. The
partlrular subjerr under dlsrusslon waa
the- penslonlng of the dergy.
The scheme for pension. in brief, ia aa
A mlnister, after reacbing the age of
sixty-five, is entltled to retire oo ?' i?? aisOu
e.jual to one-half hls averuge nnnual sal
ary since his ordlnatlon; provlded that no
penalon to a clergyrnan shall exe-e-ed tf.Ofl.)
Tbe wldow of a clergyrnan Is entltled to
a pension ot one-half of th.- p- nsion to
I which her buahami wouM hava baaa an
I'rovlsion is madl (or tl,- orphaai of
clergymeu Cor orphans uiieb-r BOVea
' yeara old Jii?' a year ls aUowcd, between
and rourtaen, *mw\ between tourtet 'i
.-unl twenty-one, durlng depende-iioy. ? I
The report was sent ba.'k by th>- blshnps
io th.- J',lnt conmiisslon wlth Instructions
I,. p.-epar,' resolutlons puttlng the i .
The merthn t" i-e heid in Carnagla lian
to-morrow evenlng, beglnning .?<
o'clock, prondaaa ln bi om af tha most
hnpreeatve gatlmli-1- "f the general ce.n
ventle.t, It Will bBCtOdl 88 c -le slnstlcal
proceaeton, eontalntag praetloallf all af
th<- bkhops attendltig th-- conventlon.
i eaded bt ttoetnt *"d che,ir
Threa bandrad veatad cherlatara wlll
ooeopy lhe plalf-im behind OM bishope.
Tba speakers wlll le BMhOg Oraves. ot
Bb iu, g? tat4, DMlwr _*rent e,f tt,e Phlttp*
i ond Ooerga BTharteo Pepper, ef
Baturday afternoon a speclal train wlll
take mernb'-'s "f the HOOM nf BMhODI
?i:<l of tbe HOOm <-f Deputies to Alinati
dale. Inn-h'-ss CoUBty, N. V., for a visit
tr, S> Me phatl'a < olkge.
BISHOPS IN WALL STREET
Three at Noonday Meeting Ar
r<_nged by Henry Olews.
Henn' ClOWa took three hlshops and a
miasionary from tbe f*rotest.int Kpls- np.,1
Bonvaotloa to Wafl Btrael yeeteedai lo
conduct a noonday meeting at Braod anel
Wall atreet* The* nnsslnnary waa the
Hev. Wllliam Wil.iinr-on. known as tin
"BlahOp of Wall Street."
The- flrst ape-aker, Hlshop Wliichr.ter,
of Ark.msas. said that hls state was free
from graft and that "'white slaverv" did
not exist there.
"It ls a atate where the Cross has been
ere. teel alongside the Stars and Strir-es,"
When Bishop Wlnchestcr had prayed
for the people of this dty Bishop Beeoher.
r,t Nehraska. told how the church In his
state waa trylng to start young mrn lu
the right Bath.
B?dMP Kunston. of Idaho, Ismied a -all
tor mt n aad women to ro to hls atate,
There were only two persons tO the s,|uare
miie there-. be said. Mr. Wilkinson, who
followed, said that nn New Yorker would
,-are to go to a place where lt WM rie.es
sary to waik two miles to flnd a girl.
(ither bishopa will speak at future
EPISCOPAL WOMEN MEET
Daughters of the King Open
The Iraui-hters of the King held tbe
flrst business ses.ion of their triennial
conventlon ln St. Agnea's Parlah House
yeaterday. Mrs. Adam Deaaeed, af Bai
timore. president of the organiz-tlon, pr_
side-,1, anel Miss Emma E. Behlendorff,
of New York, waa the aecretary.
At tho morning session. at 9:30 o'clock,
after prayer by the Rev. Thomas J.
Iaacey, reetor of the Church of the Ro
deemer. Mra. Joaeph Slmeon Wood, presl
de>nt of the local assembly of New York,
made the addreaa of welcome. The gen?
eral secretary ruported the formatlon of
aeventy-three new chapters alnce the last
triennial, with &_ members, and twenty
three new Junlor chapters, wlth a mem
bership of 212. The afternoon session
opened at 2:30 o'clock over the HeOOBBteg
of proposed amendments to the consti?
tution, which wlll be voted upon at tha
buMnesa meeting to-morrow morning.
In the evenlng there was a service In
Bt Agnea'a Chapel, wlth a eermon by
Blahop John Oardner Murray. of Mary
land. The Rlght Rev. Dr. Charies Sum
ner Burch, btsheip auffragan of New York.
The conventlon of the Woman'a Auxil?
iary waa continued yesterday wlth eon
ferencea in 8t. Mlchael'a Pariah House at
II a. m., followed at noon by noonday
prayers and mlsalonary talkB. The mla
slon atudy claases met for a dally sesalon
at 930 a. m.
The headquarters of the Church Peri
odlcal Club durlng the conventlon are at
Bt. Michael'x Parish House. The room
la open every day. and aa__h_M of the
club are there to talk on :he work. The
C. P. C. rooma, at No. 281 Fourth avenue,
are also open every day. ,
Evils of Child Labor and lll
Paid Toil of Women Cited
by Social Service Board.
IN ST. JOHN'S CRYPT
Aii Shades of Opinion Expressed
by Speakers at Mass Meet
ing-Much Credit Oiven
to Bishop Potter.
A branu new lltany, clting the "eviL* of
1 chlld labor and th. lll *it<l toll of wom
| en." was s.-iid last night In the crypt of
the C-t?8?rai of St. John the Dlvine, on
I I'atliedral parkway. The meeting. under
i the auapkea nf the Jolnt commUslon on
I social K.rvl..'. was thr- flrst of its kind to
' be held since the commission was appolnt
' i'd, three yrnrti acro. so the new prayer
I to meet modern so. lai d"mands'was used.
The mass meeting was opened by thf
I singing r.f "Or.ward. Chrlstian Soldiers,"
[followed B] the I.r.rd s Prayer and the
I "social lliany." which, ln part. follows :
"From the sins that divlde us, from all
j cla*s l.itternesH anrl 1*888 hatred, from
forge'.fulness of Thee and Indlfferencc to
our fellow men, good I>ord, dellver us.
"From the corruption of the franchlae
and clvll government. from greed and thf
arbitrary love of powar. good Lord, de?
"Prom the fear of unemployment and
the evils of overwork, from the curse of
| chlld labor and the lll paid toll of wnm
I en, goo.l Lord, Uellver us.
"That the labor movement may be con
iflrimd in dlr-lnterest.d honor and the em
j ployers of labor may fashion thelr deal
i .ngs ar-. ..r.lir.g to the law* of coulty, we
' bescech Thee to hear us, good I-ord."
J The now lltany was preparcd by mem?
bers of the Diocese of Pennsyivanla and
| hent to tl18 convention by Bli-hop Phllip
Mercer Rhinelander, of Pennsyivanla.
The four speakers at the meeting were
Rlshop Wllllam J_.wrence. of Massachu
Mtts; Rlshop Franklln S. Spaldlng. of
Ctah; Dean Walter T. Sumner, of Chl
cafO, and Rathbone Walter, a delegate
fiom Provldence. All the apeakers em
phaslzed the value of the social servlce
81 a part of the modern tendeney In the
Bpfa '.jj-l church. .
All ahailea of opinion were expreasrd
ln the Bpeerhes, from that of radical bo
cuilsm to pralse by Dean Sumner of the
men of wealth In the Church who had
dedlcatad Ihemaslvas to the cause of ao
? lai reform.
Itta?op Lawra?ea b_- thf new move
UKiit. which has B8COBM known as socl il
srru. e In the i'hurch, was due to th'
.-..tlvitl.s of the late Rlshop Henry C
Potter. arho had labarttsd his senae of the
i.f.v BBClaJ spirlt from hla fatrVr. -808?8
J'ott.r, of I'hiladtlphia.
"All new movements," said Rlshop Law
ren-e. "muat bf tr.u f?l t'. thr. enthusiasm
and BBT?lua of BB?M porsr'n, and lf Wt go
back it ??ii ba aaaa that tba paoooer la
this recognitir.n on the part of church
tn.ii to what h;is become popularly
ki.rrwn as BBelal and induatrtal Juatlce
was Rlshop Potter."
BlabOP Uwrr-n.r. iB?I that nelther ao
rl. ty BBff t?fl i'hurch could aff.T.l tr)
Ixnore a "seethlng spirlt of restlcssncss"
.?ii tha aati of th8 worklng . lass. s.
Bildraaa of Bftahop lpaMI_f, of
I't.th, araa more or less a plea for the
I?8?fl Idea. He eharacterlsK'd the,
? onv.ntioa as capltaUstic, hut hf 888*8
I 8?bOtaaOi anrl aald thut tho worker
m-ii. d tha spirlt r.f Cl.ristianlty to fur
Blah _Im with enthusiasm.
Thr ni.. s mr i tin| araa w. n attoadad, ai
il?a?d p.isona BO?If ppsent In
tha i rjrpt
?8T8raI "social servlce conferences"
?r-r.' htld yeaterday mornlng tn the
chapel of Columbia L'nlverBlty. The con
forenc*. at 18?I a. 88. was on "Co-opcr?v
tion with Seoular Ag.nel.s." The sp>BB?I
ers w.i. t:..- Rarr. Samuei Tyler, of Cln
ciniia.ti. th.- Rea Dr. J P. Partara, of thia
dty; R.iln rt A WooiA, r.f Baat?? -ind
Cllnton Roejara Woodruff, the aoetotary of
tim National Mu_lctpa_ Leaa;ua,
"l?ucatioa for S.r. ial S-r'.lcc" ua, the
afternoon toplc. Daaa a_aaa T. K_apPt
r.f Bai?ard Colloaje, was foUoajrad by the
Kr v I>r. Ceorge Hod| s. dean of the
Bplaeopa] Thaotoglc?i Hchool, at t'.m
STILL POPULAR. ,
From The Hartford Times.
Thern was a permanence about the
humor Mark Twaln wrote. The trustee
report that last year his estate ylelded a
rovenoa "f laa.?t. Thera'a a nttie sermon
ln this as to what can be acromplished
by a dotrrmlned man even when hf goes
br.rke iii nilddle llfe i
AERIAL WAR CAUSED BY
Aero Club Holds That Luckey,
Winner of Event, Was
AVIATORS ASSAIL RULING
"Tony" Janus, One of the Con
testants, Says Protest
ing Body Is on Its
The Aero Club of America, through Its
contest committee. decided last nlght that
Willlam S. Luckey did not win "The
Times'" aerial derby around Manhattan
laland The reason given for the declslon
is that Luckey Is nol a licensed avlator.
"The Times" hai paid Luckey the flrst
prize of ll.eee, in acordance with the
i uliiiK of tbe Judge- of _v?-nts named by
tha AarenauHeal aoctety, under whose au
hpkes the derby was flown.
The Aero Club's dlctum wlll be officially
announeed in a few days. aftrr W. Irvlnp
Tweinibley, Its strward on the flying fleld
at Oak Beach. Staten Island, makes h! i
formal report Mr. Twombley ls ln the
i,e>ciillar position of being the president
of tha Aero_ao_ nl society.
,. ...Id te the tattgla the avlators who
toob part *n tl.- race have indlvldually
md i-olleetively said they would be indlf
l.-rent to any actlon the Aero 4_lub might
lake wlth rcspert to the flying.
The conteet committee of the Aero Club
ln its report to the International Aero
nautic Federation, will announce that
4'harlea V. Niles won the race. The Aero
I nautlcal Sodety's Judges deelared that
. Nlles was second. The contest commlt
I tee will report that C. Murvln Wood waa
I seco;;d, whlle the aoclety'a Judges have
! i laeed hlm third.
Th.- contest committee puts J. Ouy Oll
j patrlok third. but the soclety's Judgea
dedded that he did not show in tbe raco.
i "The Times" has paid NUea V>10 as eac*
ond prtze. and Wood t'00 aa third prire.
In advancing Nlles, Wood and Otlpat
rlck ove-r I.uckey, ln their offlclal record
of tlie race, the Aero 4,'lub takes the
stand that the report of their ateward
BhOWl ihat the other avlators, all of
whom are licenaed, did not know that
Lickey was unllcenSed. That fact, it is
malntalned, exculpateB Wood, Ollpatrlck,
! Niles and Janus, and saves them from
having ihelr llcenses revoked by the club.
' The Aero t'lub Is on Its last kgB." said
Tony Janus, one of the avlators. "What
the*Aero ilub does In the way of revok
Ing llcenses ls n"t any longer a serious
j matter with avlators No meet that takes
place ln this country can be affected by
th.it etub'l declsions."
It Ib said thnt on the day of the race
W Irving Twombley, president of the
Aeronautlcal godety aad Bteward of the
Aero Club, appeared e>n the flying fleld
nnl tried te prevenl th> race from taklng
il.-tie -intil l.-i'kev had leen licensed.
Th.-re was a hot passage between W. J.
Hammer, one ef the soeiety's Judges, and
J. R. Hall, manager of the event. on one
hand, and Twombley on the other.
FLYING BOAT IN TROUBLE
Havens and Verplanck Nar
rowly Escape Ducking in River.
Beekwlth Havens and J. V. Verplanck
la a flying beat came to grlef off Tarfy?
town last avantng, whlla they wera at
t.mpting a fllght from Oakwoe.d Helghte.
gtatea laland. to H.-acon.* A wlre snapped
and they bad to alight In the river. The
wlnd was blowing B gnb- and the wavea
daebed BO blgh that the tail cllpper was
broken and lt was lmposslble for them
to rhM again
Havens started up the engine and drove
to Tarrytown with difllculty. Half of the
machine- was submerged and twice lt
came near tlpptag over. A rjuarter of a
mlle off the pier he was met by Townsend
V. Roa, who in a launch towed the ma
ehlne to Roe's garage.
PLANS $120,000,000 ISSUE
ChkSagO, Oet li.?At the annual meet?
ing Of stockholders of the Illlnols Central
Railroad Company here to-day lt waa de?
cided to hold a speclal meeting on Novem?
ber 14 to conslder a proposition to float
I120.Q00.000 ln bond8. It is proposed that
that lssue should be used to refund pre
vlotis lssue,,, |ll,000.000 ; to purchase lines
south of the Ohlo River. 142.000,000. and
for future lmprovements, 127.000.000.
Retlrlng dlrectors were re-elee-ted and
Willlam A. Harrlman. son of the late E
II Harriniaii. was elected a director to
aucceed a. O, Hackataff, daceaeed.
The entire edition of the
is exhausted. The Sep?
tember CENTURY edi?
tion was sold in a few
Test for yourself the new
spirit of the CENTURY
by ordering the Novem?
ber number from your
CLING TO HOPE TOST
Friends of Albert J. Jewel! Base
Belief on Rumor That He
Was Pieked Up.
REPORT IS NOT VERIFIED
Search by Boat and Auto Goei
6n in Vain?Airship Seek*
ers Come to Orief
Frtends and relatlvea of Albert J
Jewell, the avlator who haB been rrtiMlnr
since last Monday morning, clung yeater
day to the falnt hope that he might be
safe on boarel a vessel bound for a foreign
port. This was foundeel on a rumor that
Jewell had been pieked up off .Sandy Hook
by a steamshlp. The story wae received
at the offlces of the Molsant Aviation
School. in this clty, but no ronflrmatlon
of lt was had
Kort Hancock had heard the nimor. bat
I that waas all. Llfesavlng stations along
the coasts were teleaphoned and tel.
! graphed to by the Molsant peopl. yegte.
day. but without getting a word of th?
[ lost avlator. The Molsant school has of
l fered a reward of 12.0 for the dlscovery
of Jewell, dead or allve
Captaln Oeorge L. Smlth, of the ftahlng j
boat Cape Cod, said yesterday that he
saw late Monday afternoon what he b?
lleved was Jewell'a monoplane off Sandy
Hook. A stlff northweat gsle waa blow
Ing at the tlme, and lf Jt-well Intended to
land on the Hook he had a poor chance
of dulng bo, owlng to the ellr*>ction of tha'
wlnd. The monoplane had come from the
dlreetlon of Ilockaway Beach, where
Jewell was last seen ln the air.
Avlators who believe Jewell was loat at
sea said that Captaln Pmlth's story eup
ported their theory. They ancued that
Jewell may have mn out of gasolene whjlg
flying at a high altitude, and that on
descendlng below the low lylng clo.di
found he wa* out at b, _. In trylng tp.
tum against tho wind. they thlnk. hla ma?
chine shot sldewlse Into the sea The
heavy engine would have eaused the nu*
chlne to Blnk lmmediately.
Mrs. Jewell. who had been living at her
home In Marlner's Harbor, .taten Islanl,
belleves, aecordlng te, her un-ie, W, f.
Car">. that h.-r huabaad is dead. Oarer
also belleves Jewell ls dead. and thlnka be
was drowned near Sandy Hook.
"Mrs. Jewell belleves." said Mr. Care).
"that if her husband had landed eafely
he would have made his way ijulckly to
the nearest telephone or telegraph aai
conunaalcated with her."
The S'-arch by automobile- ar.d power
boat for trace ?_ the mlssli g avlator _i
rontlnued yeaterday. An attempt m
made by Anthony Jrim.. and J. R Hall.
manager of the M'.fsant School. to fly over
the marshe's of Jamalca B.,y foi trace of
lha mlssing avlator, but the n onoplarte
holdlng the two n-,>-n Itrock I ditcb at thi
aviation grounds, at O.-ikwood, St.-itf-n Iol
and, and turne*d turtle. Hall, who was lr.
fured, araa removed to tt-e s. h Smlth In
flrtn.iry. After Ms injuries were dresaed
he went hom . The right win* of tk*
memoplan" caught flre and araa riined
Another effort arlll I" made to-day if l-t
FOR BOYS, 599 Weat End Avenae.
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Mra. N. .-.. lha-, Jr . Prln. ta\ t_8*Bl**?
Preparation from Primary to Collefe.
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Certlficate of School idmil. to Colleja
Vl.ual In-triK-tlon ln Hlatoiy. U*ofraphjr aol '
l_e?saope Pr.pared at Sehoot.
Cvmnsul'.-m. outlrir 'i.u?e-?. Uhletle^TUM.
Ilie Prtnrlpala Are Now Bt THI sl HOOIS.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL X.
Appre.Ted bv ihe Ho,i-"d ot Regente.
Thoroiurl: tralning from I'rlmarj- to Vm
\ege. In.llvldu-I a'ten'l i rlaeeee linmea
to t>rn eiudentr. ISatabllabed 1*402.
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HOUSEHOLD ARTS __*
( oolUng, Kmbrold.ry, Millln-ry. PreeeMafc
Ing. Art* and Crnttn. Acf-UBte. ubo *****
and ( onvereatlonal Frencli. ? .<? '?;. VJ_?
rri.-r- subje. is may l.e- t.il(e>- *?"__?__
The Brown School ofTuforiif
Frederlc I? Brown, B. _-., Head >??*??**
2-41 Weal T.'.th Sr. Pl.on? .oi. O*
F.-unded 190rt. Roardlni- and .av ^hc-,1. rmr
Irlvedy only one -,Uplt at . time, wirh a t-au*"
"'A tjcliool wirh an Atinoaphar. ?f *>atn,?
"Primary to inlle-Re."
7C1 at an.i Weat End A\e*. i'. i l-c ? Caimam
114. IM, IM WEUT 73TH _>TR1_ET.
The Mlsscs Ka.v_o.r_ Boarding
?nd Day School lor l.lrla
Hpeclal facllltieB for weekly remdent pu
piia. Beeaaaa Oct. Sd.__
mOCIIDIC 241 Central Park
toar.llng and Day School for _ir_. OeOagt ***?
paratory and s-perlal iia-_<*a, Or-ni ?__Jf~
IRVING SCHOOL, L. D. RAY,
33 W. 8ITH sr. Tel. 4H.i? Se-h-.i*-'
Boya ii io 88 \n Departmeata
Xo home atudy for bo l iinder 8fteia__
gugnnga s'-ii'"'<"-i>. m 5?n **?
Btttbd, Typwrta. UKkpg. ren??itp. ??
Day A. Ev. gaay Terwa. lauioa ?_?
Inatructlon tn Accountancy and Bu?l:i??'
Admlnlstratlon of Profeaatonul Omaa ??
New York laatitute ol AccoaBUic.
215 W. 28rd Slreet. New Vork.
The Accouataocy laatitute of Brooklya
1! Bond Strft. Brookly
Eoleet Home School. Llaalted lo l1""1 _t'.-'-_
THE WALLACE SCHOOL
FOR DANt'lNT,. BRETTON HAI.L. MT?
STREET 'AND BnOADKll
Prt-ate and (laaa. Adulla and t__Ma_Bi
.S.a CataloBue. _]_.
MI8CELI.ANEOI s l-tMOO_?.
THE B-KUTZ 8CIJOOI. OF L-%NOCAOK8.
Madiaon Squara (1188 Broadway?> ?
Harlem Branch. S4I Lanoa ave., near inn\0
Brooklyn Branch. 21*1-220 Llviniraton *??
Naw 4 laM-e Conatantly Fonairj"
Amerlcan and Foreign Teaehara* **??%;*
. upplle. Profaaaora. Teachem. Tutora. w? -
araaaaaa ata. to Coll*?ee. Bchoote and r?ji
lllea. Apply to Mra. U. J. YOUNQ-FULTOI*
IS l.'nion t-quar*.
lo-lltute of Musl.al Art of the City et >**
Vork. Frank l?-mro_rh. Director. *>mJJ2
educatlon In mualc without golna- ?^,.
Addreaa Beeretary^ l'jtt riaremont av.. >i__
NEW YORK COl.LEfiK OF Ml'BKi
lts Eaat llth St.