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OF IMANJftAK I Suffrage Within the Church cussed with Increasing Int est at Diocesan Conventio BISHOP GREER NOT HOST Vote Probable To-day?C mittee of 25 to Take Up E forcement of Excise Law with Governor. A surrr?- Ogl) stron?_r sentiment prlsin?.'. ttiat is. to til".?., who al' have "-?garded the PrOteatanl rSplfM Church as an ultra-omsei \ atlve or> rntlim fit?-?-*?*? et the dtoceeaa cor, jirin feeterda) m favor of woman ir-Hge within th? Church. it emt ? - that tlM original motion the Saahop appoint a eommtttee of t to 8t:'?v th? rellgloua corporatlona of this Fin- ?vlth the Idea of Bndlna how it r- !-?? ' ?"? amended ao that --anabera" ol th? ( hureti might trot? the "-arleti electlone, and report bacl the convention ? f 1S14, ?r?i i>y no m? ?tron.- ? r the deli gatee ass h1?-: ill. Kv?n Blahop Qreer, who has ?mbl opp?'!-' moven ? > th? Church, raggeated 11 ? pointrriiT.r. of a committee, with p?> (a effect rmcli an amendment, if possl One ?ubatltut? followed another, o one a litiie more to the ;?? Int than one before, until Francis Lynda Stet offer? ' rdgned at o h all circu? and ??? nilt the convention to ?? deflnlta m moni It v.,??: "Reaolved, That it is th? eenae of i Mating that women be admitted ; permitted to rot? at parlan, meetlnga : thiit ? eommltte? of three be appoln ?vith power to ':?- inji this about." a motion to la] thin upon the ta whs defeated by a vote of H to lli i befr., the reootatlon its? !f could be i to a vote another opponent hail pail the Boor to mov? that becauae of i Importa. ? of the subject it he nir ihe aeoond order of bualneea to-day. I Stetson hlmaell favored thla, aaylns tr he bad u-1 deatra to aee the r*-soluti adort?-d in hfUlte. The convention, th? i ?or?-, dec; Il d .pon this The original resolution had bren i ferrcd In the mornintt to 'he c? niniltt on rnieeellany, of whl h the ?Rev, Dr. Ci Reiland. rector of St. Qaorga'a Church, chairman. In the afternoon Dr. Reliai reported upon it favorably. Ar* there h been some animated dlacuaeton in resa to the parentage of some of the reo? i tlon? ottered, Blahop Qreer wanted know who "the mother of this resol tlon" a ? ?' ii brought down *j house. The "mother,'' it appeared, Wl the Rev. Reginald B. Henahaw, of life. They Object to Jocosity. The ?JelegatOO were about to pass upc th? rer-olmion in a jocose spirit. Insp.ir? by the ['.?-tup's quip, when the Rev. D Oeorce K. Van de Water, rector of S Andrew's. Jumped to hla feel and ei claimed that it aeemed to him the sut Ject whs "lie quite hrvond the laughter c the hous?- He was followed by l> John P. Petera, of Bt a-Uehael'a ?h gave It as hie opinion thru it was quit the most important "tubjecl to ?orne be fore the house at thl? convention. An to complete th?- r-obering effect of thl rapld-ar?- protest franela Lynde stetsoi present'?! this IndorM "H?artily oppoeed as I am to vromai iuffrHtr?. i am Ji-t as heartily in favo ST tbte mraann ?Vhei ?? m nulo the Chuni be without the worn* n' ' All thla preperetl th? way for- ? ?er respe.t ful hi arme of M?. Ihnshaw's arxu ments. Ile held no brief, I ?? sa ?l. f" woman s ifrae? an I h?- did not r*one1dei th* ma"(T as coming under thai head A aballar ripht of auffrage airead) '-lf talne-d in this .?-rat?-, he pointed oat? In th* *chor.? dlstl let?, :,ri<] Ih. dlOCeae Ol New? ark hao ? ? i ?,. ?,r: intpi o-. ? m? m order. H? even wlahad the ?ub> Jret might be taken our of Uw hand? <>i n I ? iiiti ?? and -? Hi? d at this edaveni Ti,- . ? pf ii i? d?ate action ob? Jectoi thai the See? 1 'orh diocese was '?nly on? of five iri th* State of N? rW York, a- .1 that for it to Mat un amend? ment of ?tat? law affecting all five with? out consulting the other four seemed un Ju?t!tah:. Qeorae Zabriakle favored tr. otructing the proponed committee of throe t') confer v. ,th th<- authorities in the other Immediately dtepoeed of this ?ejectlor by remarking with son- f??-l inj- that an amendment to state law par? -r.:ttlr:K all the rn? rnhers of the ?'hrireh to \<it< nt pariah electlone tvoul I ;'? merely permiaalve, n?>t mandatory. In Its -ffect on the ?>ther dio? eses, arid that lie. 'or one. nrhethor th<- other dioceses llk?*ri It or not, was a Rood d<-al of a believer iri ?V>m? rule. They etaoel cheered him. There v.< :? two o.por ?-nts who actually ?tared to saj o,at they didn't want worn -?? _,_ DIAMOND NECKLACE KOR MISS WILSON, ANT) HER BRIDAL ATTENDANTS. M?*N Uaj?c?ji V)RO\t/to <U?i*r?ifi,,T / A? ?i.V. Out */. 1&?n Mdj-si ?WhiT-4 Mr* ^ ILE MO.? Wii^o?"?* - (d;a?-*6*^ Kitt Al CI v MlTCHFLL \COn en to vote in the church. One of tin was c? Re** Dr. w. w. Page, of Cm wall, win. didn't think it had worked all well in those r. ilgious bodloa whi hi d given women the vote, and the oft I wa- a lay di l?gat,-, a msmbsr of t board of trustees In his school district. This man said he dreaded that eleme Of feeling which woman always intr ,?11, ei! :? I- t ? ? 1. it;..h ol B BChOOl tni '?? thai ?f women were permitted to vo 'or vestrymen they would Injecl Into contesl for the office so much feeling ; to destroy the hat mony of the pati Crlea of 'Nof' slmosi drowned him o? Ith or.? last effort be downed ti storm, crying: ?Try it and And out' I ?earn by SKpei . nee, and you'll be sadder and ni? m. n!" Wants Excise Law Enforced. Dr. Pet. r^. a member and former! chairman ol the Committee of FVturteei warmly advocated the passage <?/ a r,--? Intlon contained in the report to the con ventlon of the Social Bonice Commission which demanded the enforcement of t1, ? I ? law In this state The resolutioi provided that a copy of it be aent t<? th Governor and to the Commis?loner of Ba else Kx-Mayor .lohn K. Pague of Pough .followed Dr. Peters ns an advo Cate of the resolution, but he took o?' oaslon t?i rwndemn the Baines law wit! all the Invective at his command. "It la the most damnable eat ise lav, ev.-r writt? n in a statute booh." In- ?aid ? it was never intended t?? in- enforce** and nevei cas i"? raforced, it is makinn hypoctitea ??f our population. The tirsi thing a foreigner barns from it on land? Ing In th?- great city <?f New York is thai American law is not to be reaper tad." He wanted a delegation of twenty-flv? representative men of the convention ap? pointed tu wait upon th?- Qovornor and t!.< Comm talonei of Excise with ceplei ot the resolution, and to urge upon these publl ?? nta the need of emending the lau to permit of its enfo*"t*ement. When the B ? -? to appointing such a large i ? putstlon, ex-Mayor Bague remind thai as a politician he, Bague, knew th?- value of numbers at Albany, ami in this he was backed up by h**d*nund I?. Bayllea So t?A ? ? ? ? ? to take up the mattei of excise enforcemenl srlth ernor Glynn and the Excise Cornm.s The convention opened oith a aervtce at m o'cioi k in tiie morning, In the '';< ? ral of Ht. J'itin the Invine, conducted by P..shop Qroer, assisted b\ Bishop 1 Buroh ail?! Doan GroSVenor At the ni"in I Ing session m New Bjmod Hail the dele? gates ro-elected their secretary, the H? I p c. Klmber, ?->f Richmond, staten isl? and. an?i tii.-ir treasurer, Richard If. Pott, of Neu Tors City. The Bishop de? Il vor cd his addresfl at the opening of the afternoon session d. voting it to a dis? cussion of BOClal service. In SOCiai Bervice Bishop Creer COUld BOB a more representative expression of mod Srn . -!v I Illation than in the gTrOtSSQUC ??x <-.-ssi.- ? f pinto? ra? y. The Church's oppor? tunity, be said, lay in spiritualizing it, In helping it "tO find its inspiration In Jesus Christ." ?\VI en the have-nots." be said, "have become the haves, what assurance have \m that they w'lll be any better than some of the haves with US now? We have no SUCh Sssumnoa so long a? social service Ii Dobbs?Co 242 Fifth Avenue New Yorks leading haltera offer a newDerby ?far Kdl we.ar the Nubian color. A deep, rich? glowing brown-$ S29 Silk hats of definite propriety in shapes of Dobbs &Cos exclusive designs^22 Dobbs SCo's T?fihAvenue$? KnappTdtH Knapp-Telt de Luxe-*6 TroperHats for Women in Smart NewModds j. Mt^Uakoikft Vil' is allow.?! t.. work ezcluslvel) along ma terlal linea, What ii need? I? reme splnt Ual end. tO show tO 111*-11 what th? hiliuan Values are and how ;! . it?"d " Blahop and Mr- Qreer and Blahop and Mrs Burch gave .. reception at the Hotel Manhattan last night for the delegan This morning the flrat order <>f buaineaa when the convention opens at 10 o'clock will h.- the consideration of a reaolutlon Introduced by the Rev Homei F Taylor, rectoi of st. Pau! s Khurch, m Th? Bronx, as follow? "Reaolved, That a committee be ap pointed i>y the Blahop thoroughly to r? \ lew w |m| das he? :. done t'i i- : ige of our laord Jeaua Chrlal i<> the foreign horn people? of th? dloc? ? DR. PARKS NURSING BAD COLD. The Rev, It. LelghtOfl I'arks. pastor of St. Hartholomew's ?'ln.r h. Madison u\ ? ruie ami t ; i str?-et. is ronflned to his home with an attach of lumbago iiil a severe cold, lie Is axpoi ted to he out as;ai!! in a few days. NEW INCOME TAX RULE ISSUED TO COLLECTORS Explains How Non-Resident Aliens' Securities Can Be Signed For. ? Kr'.m Th? 'i ' b in? Ban ?Vaxhlngton, Noi '.:? There rrftli et to be much confuaton ovei th?- regulatlona ? . i by the ComnUtarrloner of Internal Revenue for the collection ?>f tin- Income tax. and rrfBctali of ti.?- Treaaury Deport? ment are k?;-t buey explaining. Hankers an- Bonding iri querlea every dey, --u ? i ?m- are proapecU of .1 revolt unieea the department r< movea what aev? eral hanker? hiiv? called "t <? burden of th.- coller tion" from the hanks It ? ti ?? Intention of Commlaalonei Oaborn? to Urauc Inatructlona to collet-tort ?-??wim?,' the point? not underatood, but it is ?x ;?? ct< d that 11-.?- Se oi;?n <>f the Tr< isur> will be asked i -. t..?? bankera to itralghten out tanirles The following ord? r waf ?Ont I" Col? u-.t?,is to-day explelntng how and t>\ whom certificate? ol ownerehlp ma be signed in cattea where bonda or corpora? tion?, joint Ht??'k companlee or am tlons and Inaurance companlea are owned lu ii-? ri resilient aliena; "Coupon? (or ordere foi regletered n t<r?Kti payable In tbe L'nlted states, rep reeentlag th? Intereal on bond? owned i.on-resid?n? alien**, muai be eccoro? panned bj ti.?- pr< cribad certificate? l-'orm ?/??i. as ?>< r Trenaut*) regulatlona of October B, let*?bul this ee run. at. may be atened i Ither by ?he owner htm? ?elf (neraelf or themaelvea) or, in behalf ?f tin- owners, by a reputable harik or bankera t-r other rexponaibla collecting agencie* certifying te the ownerahlp of the bonds' and Riving th?- name and a<l ?Irei-s of the liona Dde non-r?-shlent an?l all? n owners ami when such COTtlflOate Is thus attached the normal tax of 1 per cent ?m auch coupona or interest ordere l ? <-d n??t he withheld at the soup e by th?- I debtor or Collecting BgOUCy." It hetame known \esferdav that repre si-ntathes of about thirty international banking boueea held a meeting in this <ity Tueaday to pretext agalnal the retal? iations of the Treasury Di-partrnent ti the effect that foreign owaen of Hiriiri tles of foreign coriotationH who rolled lh?-lr Interest or dlvHemlH through NeW York or other American usem? would b? obliged personally to rdgn th? ir certm eatea <>f ?xemptton from llabtuty under ! th?- inconi? tax law In a set of reeolntlom the bankers urged the Washington autborftlea to pro? mulgate regulatlona that win not daetiey the relations of pi.ir.y ytars standing be? tweOfl foreign Investors and New York bankers. Adrian Is.-Un. of A. Iselln & Co.( presided at the meeting. ebnina PLAYER "Supreme in Musical Result*." In playing tke artistic Behning there is achieved that refinement of tone onl)) equalled by i4ie great pianist. BEHNING PIANO CO. 4?5 Fifth Ava., Entra?e? on j8th St' WILSON GIFTS SIMPL No Presents from Royalty White House Bride. : Preen The Ti Ibsna Boreas 1 Washington. NOV. It l'nl?ke the ( gifts bestowed on the last White i I : Idi b) emperors and kings, the ??fits Which are now dally arriving a White II..us.- t.. m -- Jessie Woo W Usun ar>- much li m ; ret? ntlo is, ar>? s.-nt b\ the ambassadora and n lera sa personal gifts s.? far as ftn nom ?.' the foreign rulara tus aenl i than fell' itatlol.s The Russian Ambassador and I Bahhmeteff, who a few daya ago their respects t?> Mrs Wilson and daughter, have aenl an umbrella ba of unusual beauty, both In nmterlal wrjtrhmanshlp. it la of .unte: .m<i h ? omi ly Jewelled. The O er man Ambassadoi and Com von Bernstorff hnvi aenl two allvei b Of beautiful workmanship lined *"??! 'I h? ;. Were In los. I In a hands case, as erare the rifts of the Kr? and Russisn ambassadors While a number "t the foreign ssl ter? bave Boni gifts most of them send Sowera the moenlng of the wedd BO that Miss Wilson Sflll stand In midst ol s veritable bower t" receive congratulatknut <>f her friends. Senators who bava al hearl the p ei tation m b eredding gift to Mil Wll of s ;?: -, ! ? , , lMn e aii'1 Millie t?> ?US the dli i It) of the ffcmate have abo .t elded up? n ,t allvei tea seavtee. s.-i.-ti .h will prrobaMj nal bt mad. several ?lays, but it win resell the w House b.-foie th?- WOddtng Most of hundred of gifts already received Uli ' BSle Wilson are from n'af! ami special friends, and from tm sl she baa airead) selected several tin t?. carry with her on her wedding jourt a numbei ol boxes containing tart-? Mi-s Wllsoi Iron tons si >?? ed .it Whit. House ?? ? lerda) and t.? day, a while lot so ?ini'orate by half ? statiti?. di ? i lb? d, t'.<- ?-nil ? troui seal of great beaut) and earsfuli) selected SAND PRISONER RESCUE Firemen Work for Two Hou to Free Cave-In Victim. Prank llahowshl of No II Pi i - str.-et, BliSBvHle, l.?.ng Island CH I the expe lence ?if being burled alive more than tw<, hou by the caving in a twelve -foot sewei trench in Pettll a* nue and '?i Btreet,. Etmhurat, yeaterdi He was duc oui b) llremen ?if Tru Company IM, assisted by the reserv from the MeWtOWn police station Wi Albert Kosioski of Columbia avenas a Grand street, Msspsth, Maaawsh? ? digging the trench ?Owing to dsfectl shoring the sides gave eray, burying t? men Kosiouki wsa reached without mil difficulty, but it look more than tWO BOH to nach Makouskl. whose life m as sav by the tailing planks in th. trench fon Ing a shelter for lbs upper part of h body from the tons of earth. The flreim provided him with a ssaana ?>f getth air, snd then, working cautiously to pr v? m another eavo-tn, they finnlly reachi the bUliad workmun. Ile ??ta not seriou ly hurt. 8 GLYNN PROCLAMATION OU Thanksgiving Edict Says Stat Is Growing Better. Albany, Nov. Il la S I roi-lamnllon I about four hundred word. Covern? Glynn to-day daslgnstod Thutsday, Ni vember '.'7. as Thsnhsgjvtng Pay. Th 1 r<" lamation. in part. fca>s; "The prospirlty, peace, ordtjr. oppoi tunlty and mii'iH? In our great ?ommor wraith ar<- God's blessings. The stead Bnarch of progress, through wise human tat hin endeavor, .making our state a bel ter place In which to live, ?sfosartlng thi health, the lives and the limbs of ou WOrhora In th?ir various employments, a?| vaacing our ed04*ational and eleemasynar; institutions In etli,c lency fo,- the gOSOrS Bpread of learning and the dlsp'-nsatloi Of wise ben? vol. tice, and opening the doo of opportunity to make more easily at tainable the ?ucees? and happlmss fo which the Industrious ?strive, la God In splreil." a . TORTURED WITH HOT POKER Robbers' Victim Causes Arrest of Two Supposed Thieves. Heaver Palls. P?-nn . Nov. 12.--Three masked men broke Into the home of Philip Htakely at We?t Hrldgewater early to-day and. binding him to a chair, ?eared hin feet with a hot poker until he dln ? lose?! the biding place of lis money. Th.v found 01 li, and after taking it beat him Into Insenslbllltv. When he reco.ered Stakeh gave the alarm, and polite trailed Ihr:-*? men to Kolsom. where, after a platol light, they captured two, who gave their name? an CbatieS The, of West Hrldgewater, and John Kohlcr. of Monaca, Pen-i ? M'CALL SPEAKS BRIEFLY T05THAVLMERCHANTS In Eight-Word Oration He Summarizes Results of Re? cent City Election. KLINE LAUDS ASSOCIATION Again Asserts His Intention to Carry Out Policies of Mayor Gaynor While He Holds Office. Kdward K. McC'al), makinc his first public appearance since his unxucceaaful . campaign for th?- Mayoralty, was on th? Hal of ?peakera at the dinner of the [fifth j Avenue Association, In tin Waldorf, last' night Tho speaker preceding hirrr ended aith: "Some pei sons win election? on their "-rogrammea; otimr.s on th?ir achieve? menta.'* Then <ame the turn of the Public Ser \; ?? i'ommission chairman. He arose, bowed ami said: "I ?belong tf> nelrher r!a--s. I rhank you." Ha sat down. Som ? lime before Mr McCall delivered ?.' .1 r ivpti Robert Qrlei L'ooke, arho pre? sided, recalled t?> the ?liners th? reai j from Mayor Qaynor to the Invitation t?. the dlnnei ?enl him several week? h.-for? he died 'rii' letter read: "I thank you for your imitation, hut by Kovember I] it is probable that ao borf] will care to hear from me. They v.i.! ?ii be turning to the rising atar, and not to th?, s- i ting ?me " Mayor Kline told of th? good work done hi neighborhood aaoodatlon? "f the ?lass of the Fifth avenue o"-gr*nl*-atton? and rvent into th?- problema that confront aii bodlea He thought that there are ton many parade? on Kifth avenue for th? good ?if the buatncaa men of that stre.-t, and ?aid that some of theoe ?parade? should he turned Into Riverside I Drive Speaking <>f Ma work, he sat?l: "i ?i?? not regard the present adminiatra? tlon as mine, hut as that of the late Mayor, and ir I? my purpoee to i-.irry that administration tu it end, Intact as nearly as possible." Mari-us M Marks. Borough President? elect, ?peaking of building and traffic Condition? on Fifth avenu.', said that much of the congeetlon of foot trafile would he eliminated hy COUBtrUOtlag lUOf garden? en s<ime of the bufldlngx, so that peraona seeking air ami ex?-i-ise would not he compelled to pi. to the street for it. "Neinhhorhooo" n?gociations/' he rnn i tlnued. "should he developed all over 1 New York; the ma;, of the ? Itv BhOllId be Ilk.? a picture puzzle, with the divisions . marking the various neighborhood assort , atlons. This picture puxxle should be the study of your repwSOntatlVCa In the i'ity HelL Just as ?ach member of th.- Nelgh borhOOd Aexoclatlon would subordinate himself and hi? interests t?. th.- greater Intereat? of the aaeocJatton, so it win ;>e found that ?acb axaocsatlon win recox ni7." th. sense of proportion when the ne,d? of ti!- whou- ?ity an- r-otaatdered. "The nelghborl.d spirit, which means the ?? ? \.-- rltlien in the affair!? nf th? ?-It i OUld ht O? \ ?top? il. It is the underlying safeguard of ? govern? ment of th- people and bj the p> opl?, a11?! you may reel assured thai ' recognlat the value ,<( the oonnecttng link between asaofistlon? sn?-h as youra and the .-it-. govemmenl ?\s fai a- the IVurnugh PTeetdency is concerned rou may be sura of always finding the door open and sym pathetti attention t" your public needs" Other speaker? wen ? ? Re? Mr David .1 Burrell, of the Collegiate Reformed Church; Luthei N. Uttle, nn?l Kdward m Baaeett, former PubW? lervlee Com ! mission? r Those preeenl Included practically every I department heed in the city. ?CAPTAIN RILEY TRANSFERRED _. ' Asked Retirement, and Waldo Sends Him to Richmond Hill. Polira Commissioner Waldo transferred yesterday Captain Dorolnlck Rlley from the i:i;/ah?-th street station to Richmond Hill and .lohn lx)ndergan from Rl? innond Hill to the ."th Street station, to take the I lace of .lohn I,. Kali-oner, who is to re lieve Riley In the Elizabeth atreet station. The transfers, It Is beiieved, are due to a recent application made by Riley for SJtirement because of falling health. The change from the busy precinct In Manhattan to an outlying district, it is thought, may cause him to change his mind. MAHONEY NOW A JUDGE Former Commissioner of Ac? counts Is Sworn In. Jeremiah T. Mahoin-y, former CotnmlS sioii'T of Accounts, was sworn In as .In Ice of General Sessions yesterday by Justice Davis in the Criminal Branch of th? .-' ipreme ourt. Judge Mulioney was re antly appointed by Governor CJlynn in the place Of the late Thomas C. O'Sulli van. Me will be succeeded on January 1 by William H. Wadhams. who was elect? ed to serve Judge O'Sullivan's unexplred t. rm. Judge Mahoney Wth presi.le in Part V of General Sessions on Monday. He had I i .inference with District Attorney Whit? man and with Bdwurd it. Carroll, rdarh ol General Bernions, yestorday (Eighteen ,?. I were put on the clendar on Part V foi Monday. HOOPS TO JAIL FOR DEBT Broker Owes Publisher $10,000 in Suit Over Wife's Affections. | William T l<oops, a broker, was ar rest.'d yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Kitz- I Slmmona and committed to l.udlow street : jail until he pays a judgment for iW.OM obtained by Perctvnl L Harden, a pub-: lisiier. and 1210 more as costs Harden sued Hoops in IS11 for alienat? ing th.? affecflons of his wife Mrs II a r d? n obtained a divorce in Chicago and then married Hoops. Hard.n was able to prove that Hoops induce?! his wife to leave him an?i recovered a verdict for 22.214.171.124 a? fxei utlon amainst the property Of Hoops was returned by the Shitlff as unsatisfied. Hoops also testified in sup? plementary proceedings that he had no property with which to settle the )**df*? m??nt. TESTIFIES AGAINST FATHER Boy's Story May Help Send Nelson to Death Ohair. Dewey Nelson, fourteen years old. was called as a witness against his father. John Nelson, who |g on trial for murder in the Criminal Branch of the Supreme ?"niirt It in alleged that N'.-lson killed his wife, Mary, with g flatiron on September 13 in their home at No. 72*, Kast 163d street. Neither Dewey nor his father appeared to reaiize that his testimony mtxht re? sult In a sentence of death. The boy ?aid that he left home early in the evening to go to a moving picture show. When he returned about !>30 he had to climb in through a window. "The lights were burning," he said, "but there was no one in sight. I heard groans and ran out." ? FOIL RIVER PIRATES Detectives Capture Three in Raid on Coffee Float. I'our detectives?Ward, Puane, Christie and Roddy?secreted themselves at 7 O'clock last night on a float at the foot Of Montagne street. Brooklyn, containing ."?00 bags of coffee, for during the last thru? weeks $3,000 worth of coffee had been stolen, despite the vigilance of spe? cial watchmen. At 11 o'clock Ward heard the "put-put" of a motor boat He looked out and saw three gasolene launches bearing slowly toward the float. In each boat was one man, and, tying the launches to the float, th?- tri" i llntba I aboard. The sleuths waited until the men were w.il on deck, and then closed In. Re? volvers drawn, the detective? demanded a surrender, hut instead ?if giving In the visitors, who wer.? unarmed, sprang at the detectives, and In a short stniggle, knocked Christie out and flipped Roddy's revolver Into the water. Then Ward fired, but pointed his revolver high, and this warning was sufficient to quell con? tinuance of the right. The prisoners said they were Andrew Johnson, of No. 332 Communlpaw avenue; Albert Hreekrrell. of No. U Montgomery street, und Charlea McNeil, of No. 2W Myrtle avenue, all of Jersey ? Mty. They were takerr to the lower Fulton Street pol ire station and locked up, charged with grand larceny. The Yellow Taxicab Company is glad to'open accounts with responsible people. When your account is opened, we send you a card. You show it to the chauffeur each time and a bill is sent to you at the end of the month. That's our kind of service. Yellow Taxicab Company Call up Columbus Ten Thousand A4v. Copyright 191 j. by WIIt? Ti?r!c?b *>np??.y Flints Fine Furniture FOUNDED 1?40 TUNT QUALITY* REMOVAL SALE NOW IN PROGRESS DURING THE WEEK NOVEMBER 10th WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK 369 BRASS BEDS AT HALF PRICE CONSTRUCTION AND FINISH GUARANTEED BY THE FLINT TRADE MARK SIMILAR REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS CEO. C.FLINT CO. 43-47 West 23 ^ St : 24-2 8 West'24A St: eStyew 7ork\ Qiiy - ?