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Moser hsd rollspnsd froan leas of and overvxertion from leading v hsse after Morgan. He was tak the Harlem Hospital. Man and Wife Arrested. The Fitzgerald* disappeared in excitement. Belatives of Moser, went to the police station later, they had seen the woman with the which had killed (?uarnieri. The -i arrested the Pit.-g.-ralds later and them as soceosoriss. Mr?. Fitzgerald said that sh' after H o'clock Morgan came to I flat apparently drunk. Me said he going tO sit down in the front roon ? time, and instructed them tha any one called for him to say tha was not there. The Fitzgeralds de having seen the revolver. As so?>n ss Haerle had made his p?>rt he was arrestid on a te? hr ?barge to await the result of the vestigation of the two killings, lives at N". 41!? 5th street A man was sent at once to the in of Guarnieri, No. 1523 ?Hover str West Cheats?"*, where he lived with wife and three daughters, the eU five and the youngest one >ear Mrs Guarnieri was informed that husband had been stricken suddc and ehe -was needed. She at o turned the children over to a neigh and went to the station. When Mr?. Guarnieri arrived was taken to Captain Botan, who 1 her what had happened Although made no effort to keep back the te? she seemed to receive courage from story of her husband's bravery. 1 funeral will f-rohably take place Ht home of relatives. No. 61 Su!h\ street, in a few days. Guarnieri was in hi? thirty-first yc snd was a driver before he was appoin to the Police Department, in Decanal NU, Hi? record has been good, and has been assigned to many dangen ?ase?. 4>n 1 'ecember 17 of last year was d'scharged from St. Vincent's H? pital. sufferm?: fiom an attack of blr r?oisoning which made necessary seve /operations. Hla <&f>* was broimht on the result of bullet wounds received thi ytats before. Similar Battle Before. 'm July 4. 1911, Guarnleti and lla.-i were assigned to look for Raefae Gross, who was an haMtue of a salo at No 77S Twelfth avenue. Haerle wait outside while his partner went in. tiro was pointed out to him. and as he walk toward (iro.-s the detective received fo bullets in the arm and body. Guarnieri drope?l unconscious ai Beet r-ushed in. The man who had done ti ?hooting ran uptsairs to the roof, wi HaerlS in close pursuit The f'lKiti jumped thirtv feet to another roof ai opened Are from behind a chimne Haerle returned the shots until his an munition was exhausted. Then he sougl help and returned to the roof and four that Gross had crSWled some distant from the chlmnev and was In a had wa from two bullets that had found the mark Both Guarnieri and C"ro?s were take to Flower Hospital, where lirons died I about a week. The detective was sot abl to leave the hospital'for three month: HI? recent confinement in St. Vincent was due to the wounds he received o that July 4. ters who went last msm to th home of Horgan found a well funushe* apartment on the third floor of a? fou ?toiy house. Mis Horgan and her tw* daughters were there at the time, but hat not heaid of the death of the husband an? father. They expressed little conceri iat'-r when s pstrohnas arrived and s<?k Horgan's body was In the morgue The] did exhibit deep Interest, however, in th< ..rtective who had been shun and wer? anxious to know about his record arr what would beoosaa of his family. a M'COMBS SAYS 'HIGH? BROWS' WILL FAIL Tells College Men Hard Work Alone Makes for Success in Politics. College men rannot be "highbrows" and mak?? a BUeesea of politics, said William f McCembs, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, at the dinner of the Intercollegiate Civk League at the Pni VSavlty Club last nicht "fol?ete men must former." he - i ??ft,,,? thi -'hbrow?.' because if that net?? into th?ir heads they are r. it of politics for KeK'd Work out v our plans. Dream. I I reams inme true tbri.i gh h^r I ! - ? MPubl for the Improve? ment o; ... t. it fur the bnpTOVlf? ment of the other fellow, too Thai's my idea! d that's Why 1 went Into Georgs '??'?' Wkkerehem ??aid disregard af ( :\ I sen ? ralei PI the admlnlstra I In the horizon which mena, ed the efficiency of i strong sad stable government." Bvejet? ' o by, "f New ,Jer?-<> , spOkS on ike difference between Idsali and "SSthOtlCS is ait hteiature and politics. \ tu ird, Of ' 'oliimt'ip., :-r.oke William M ChsdbSUTSS was tmastei- Delegates from aeerty the t'mon were at the dinner _ $500,000 TO AID SIEGEL BANK DEBT Fund Raised, Both Men May Plead Guilty and Seek Clemency. DEPOSITORS MAY GET ALL, IN TIME Friends Rally to Indicted Finan? ciers-Whitman Has New Conference. Priende of Hoary Siegel ami Frank F Vogel announced last night through Levy Mayer, counsel for the Nelson Morris interests, that they would pay .ST,? K i.? i?m ? m the depositors in the wrecked bank of Henry Siegel ft Co. regardless of what District Attorney Whitman may do The announcement followed an Inti? mation from the District Attorney's office that both men had decided to accept the offer made a month ago by Mr. Whitman to plead guilty to one in? dict m.-tit for felony and take a chance for clemency from the court, as they had made "such restitution as la: with? in thelf power." The $000,060 thus assured the dep? si tors will give them about 85 cents on the dollar, other assets may make the amount finally realized 4?> per cent of the whole. While Mr. Mayer makes no further promises, he is optimistic enough to believe that eventually substantially all, if not all. the money due the ? i. - - poolton w ill be paid. In tlds connection last nisbt he i ited the case Of A. G. Becker, the Chicago notebroker who handled so much O? the Siepei paper and ?contributed 8100,000 toward the $1,O00lO0O used to save the Chicago store of Sie?el. |'?>..per ?v Co. from embarrassment Old Bank Case Is Cited. Twenty yean ago. Mr. Mayer said, Becker was the proprietor of a private bank in Chicago which failed, owing several million dollars. His partner drowned himself in Lake Michigan, and Becker, when it was found that the law on private banking. Identical with that Of New York, had been violated, was indicted. The bank paid -i> cents out of its assets. On the plea of friends th? Indictment was duopped, and Becker not only paid all the bank owed, but accumulated in? terest as well. Mr. Mayer thinks there is no reason why as good results cannot be looked for here. Mr. Mayer admitted in a long state? ment issued last night that he hoped, and his principals wished, to have Siegel ni' Vogel piven s chanco to make good as was crante.) Becker. l'i-?limin?t v t?. Mr, Mayer's declara t?- n ?.f the 8&00.000 payment. John B. BtanchflOld, senior counsel of record for tiie indicted men. conferred with Dis? trict Attorney Whitman. The two ?i-i-.> closeted for half an hour As he left the Criminal ''ourts Building Mr. Btanchfleld refused to discuss the ob? ject of his vi<-it. Mr. Whitman said h* had 'ailed In connection with the Siegel "Did he offer to plead guilt; ?" the District Attorney was asked I would rather,'' said he with a smile," that you would ask that quee ttofl of Mr. Stanchfleld.-' Whitman Admits Change Beyond this he would not d? the Blogel cases except t.. say thai matten bad taken a decided change stacs i he arrival from CMcago of Lev] Mr. Mayer, who reproMnts the Nel? son Morris interests, gained fame a few > ears ?k<> when he invented the "im muni'v bath" for the meat pa< kers un? der Indictment for violation of the ?riminal t-ectlon Of ihe Sherman anti? trust law. He has found the air of the Dis? trict Attorney's office entirely too cold f?>r bathing purposes and has caused a change of the plans te se? ore im? munity from puriishritVnt of both men hy forcing the Dtetrici Attorney's offlce tr. abandon prosecution on tin pavrnent of $460,000 offered to th<? creditors of the l.ank some weeks au?. it wM because of this change Mr. BtanehfloM ?ailed on Dietrid Attorney Whitman vesterda.v. in causing a change of front en the perl of th<? ?legel-Vogel Intereeta, which have bora insisting on 'he free? dom of both men as a condition tor the payment of a smaller sum than he now promises tO pay without (orientions. Mr. Mayer declared thai th- poliey if pursued would have resulte?l In both men goinsr. to Sing Blflg for 1<?iir terms. He was convinced that then WM prac? tically no limit to the number of CMOS the District Attorney wat prepared to ^Em3J%r Nature's Remedy^*#\???Bra B?r Constipation >S5B ^L/Natu-e has provided an idea! Laxative Vater frit mill >A^ Mpurify yaur blood, keep your stomach and intestines clear \\f? fgWzn? promptly relieve Constipation. Don't take a drast,c.Pur\wil FeW gative water which drains you and makes you feel weak *nd^1 ? liitlcM. Take a mild, gentle and pleasant natural laxativa ?'hlcl>n Qfently stimulates and effectively operates without bad effects, y B Hunyadi J?nos H R Water ? i^s*\ Is nott>4 st th? Bpiinga '.n Hungary In Its orlalaal atstS. I* hAM/*Sj I ?\\ A Sum? tne rlgSt cor.',pot.ilon. need! 10 adulteiahun, is ??' ""'Z/J DflL oer.t ^.ted, ?ot fort.fied, Jaai natural* elh-rwi".? the r'<,\r'fl'JmM M ?\\ ujeM would ?nt permit the word "?alsral" on the l?t'"'1,/^? ^L^?8jV fhyslcian! ?II over the world prescribe It. Don't let ,*""*,-^/-^K ^k^^\ one p?rsusde you to take a laxative water whl< h is *r^^^*\\f?mfM |^L\X flcul Imitating and harmful. The li >"*'/ f iUmK/? \^m\\\\\\\\\\iS^ka*\. prole, lion, for ????liiraly^^^^B ^^?^V.?^^. tbereor, Ruy a bottle " '''^''^T ^r^AmfM WS^***^^**-. **??'* autie to get you a-.* ^'''^r^^r^?tM prove, and that with the present condi? tion ?if p iblie opinion neither man had a Chance Of escape. He further felt thai Mn. Edward Morris, sister of VogOL Who has been active in raising the money to help out the bank depositors, and other rela? tives and friends of both men wore being i laced in s talM position. Facts Reviewed by Mayer. This opinion Mr. Mayer voice.I last night when talking to a Tribune re? porter. He did not come to New York to make Statements, he said, but, find? ing that the position of his ? lients WM rot understood, be felt that he could not do otherwisee than to tell ex., where they stood ind what they wished to do. He began by reviewing the rais? ing of Sl.fifiO.Oi'fi to save the Chicago store. i "Personally." said he. "I WOUM have ...efeired that the U.OJMN should tovs been paid directly to the depositors In the hank, hut It was derided it would he r. ? ? important to them to sa I e the Chicago store Which for years liad made a prellt of from laxi.Oiio to pmjm and is a great property. That disposed of, the family and friends of I-'rank K. Vogel and Henry Siegel set about sTinK what else they COUld do for the people who put then money in the hank. The families Of these m?n are now ready to put up an additional IMMOt for the benefit of the unfortunate depositors. Everybody who Knows anything about the failure knows that SieRel and Vogi I are church-mouse poor. "All the investigations and examination-" to which they have bOM Subjected have .i- o oastnted that tbey nave not ab? stracted, secreted, stolen or tOniOSltlll I ringle penny. They poured their own fortunes as they did the rnone.v H of their enditen Into this most unfortunate ?com? mercial and flirincial catastrophe. "Speaking particularly for the relatives of Vogel who live In Chicago, they are de? termined to do all in their power to help the depositors K't hack the money which theee poor, hungry and uafortuaate n^n, women and Children need so sorely." "How can this money be eooveyed to the depOOiton?" was ask'd. "We are extremely anxious that the money may be distributed amona; the de? positors without delay, court costs and lawyers' sapaneca we are urging thai ? it be possible Vogel ami MegCl ba gtVOU B Chance tO earn and paj up in full the h.il snos remaining unpaid after the famlliee1 contributions have he.-u applied. "We certainly have nothing but words of prelSS for the official conduct of your District Attorney. |le is ?loin- ..r.ly his duty in- prescribed by law i am discuss? ing what socially and economically is ?or the best interests of the unfed aid unclad li '??> m positon." However generously disposed Siegel-? filen.is nay fort toward the depositors m ttie bank, they have no su? h kind feel? ings for Mrs. Siegel. So far as they are c icerned nothing will be forthcoming to settle sny claims she may have or any alimony that may i.e owarded her. Tbey contend that Mie is better situated tin.u, ? lally than BlOgel and point out that for S woman destituie of means, as her state mint of Tuesday would indicate, apart? ments at the St. Regis are not exactly a neceestt]. Other developments of yeetcrday in? cluded the practical seulement of the claim of the bank against the lnlte?i Stat? Kiilelitv and Guaranty ComPM] OS the fiOMM bond fiie?i by the company t.. prot?t i the depositors. The smounl of th? tai ?been paid into eoui t by the corn pan) . les ? m-; the coin t to <?'? Ide whom it shall be paid to and protecting the com? pany from any further claims. Next week it is probable that the money will i- tuned over to Receiver Melville, the Attorney (leneral s office having l>. ?n con rlnced that it eau be dletributed by Mr. Melville Without waste If, however. It should be decided to pul the depositors of the bMb ?through a trustee In'bankrupcty it is probable thai the state will insist on paving the money Itself, thus saving the trustee's Commis? sion of 11 if?) and other esponos THRErKHJB?S WALL CAVES IN Men Buried by Bricks in Cellar of New Theatre in Brooklyn. Three men were instantly kil!e?i an?l a fourth was mortally Injured yesterday af? ternoon by the fall of part of the founda? tion of the new Flatbush Th-atre. in Church avenue, between Flatbush end Bedford ?venues. Brooklyn. The victims were Pnnciece Deeara, slxt.v, of No. Rf? Jackson ?treet. and Frank Trefa. twenty five, of \n TJ4 Lorimer streel Brooklyn. The third ha? not been identifled. The man injured was GlusepPC Oerml, twenty-four, of No JTH Flushing avenue. He was taken to Kings County Hospital with his skull fractured and Internal in? juries. Bobert Raemussen, architect, of Ne M Bergen street, Brooklyn, who was in charge of the work, w.t' a-rested and ar ralgaed before Magistrate fteynolds in the pietbuM eourt on a sbarge of homi? cide He was held for examination a i. MB bail The masonry that fell wsa i retelnteg Wall Ol the front of the theatre, near the orchestia. It was 6 feet high, 2 feet wide and M feet long. The four ni'ii buried w.-ie working in I trench beside ?t. About o'clock the hri.-kwork cracked end (????pled over. As It went three men on top Of it leaped into the dirt beyond the trench and were unhurt The iirtrmen were called to asset In ?ligging out the men The ilea-l men vers found with tin?i shovels In their bando Tii? wall ha<i complete!' covered tin o end death, in 8 W. Miller, oi Ringe Count) Hoepltal, said was <i e lo -un*.. .? ti'i.'i Before the Iremen had erorked Iom :n? came upon OermL The brickwork had i..t crumpled completely and sir had been ?hi? to reach him through envtees ThO nreiiK-n worked fast to extricate him while irr Miller gave him stimulants. Throughout dec nil rsmslasd unoowmtOM The theatre Is MM built I... the Bor? ough Operating Compady, of which An? toine tVeubergor h the pre '.lent, it is t., cod MMN ami be on? of the ones! moving picture be -? In Ihr ?iiuiili Th?- work IS b.-ing ilon? bv the MmOBOlU Contracting Company, of Ne M Coned ? ?> iiicfi. Brooklyn Bulktma Inepi i t"i Hohen . m um. i ii,Md?- an e.xiiinuii?lioii ?.I thr r jii> \mo-ig ||,,. i,,,, in th? ??1 i'h 10 a? "Uni loi III? oollspse WM thsl ihe thawing ol ' Md throw ii II " ?' ??? I lUmb \imlh? , ai thai th? i ?? ,IIM' ,,f ei ? i?i? m bsd undermined th? nail ?hue ilggiag m the i t.. h. I What Says Ben Franklin To=day? PICTOGRAPH NO. 13. APRIL 3, 1914. BEN FRANKLIN SAYS: >. ?. ; Name. . I Address PICTOGRAPH NUMBER 13. MEXICO'S MEN OF ARMS POOR TYPES RASH THE PERSON WHO WOULD PREDiCT Don't Know How to Shoot or for Whom or What They Are Fighting. Hucrta's Forces in Field Said; To Be Full of Graft?Guns from Japan. Bj run.ip ii. r\n nix. Washington, April ! it would beat and fearless man who would say what the .Hiicome of the Mexican revolution II to be, to prophes) whether Victoriano] Huerta will retain control of his troope. and send then te rietory. it would beau equally saste mid brae person who would -tat? with dcflnlteness oi confidence Just whsl Huerta's army snsounts io. Ko bet? tel Illustration of the futility of doing thess things can be given than by the statement thai Huerta himself is not en BUrS as to what will be thi- OUtCOUM of thi? forthcoming conflicts with the rebels nor as to the nuinher of men in the tanks of the federal srmy. Officials of th' governmeni ?rill *-' ? 11> ? > tel] you that there at S IMyNI men in tha Ferlerai army?thai IS, 118,888 regalara, rltb ?i cumber of Irregalars which will brins ill*-? total of tiglitin? men up to ? couple of hundred thousand. This sstl* niatp, like a i-ood many other thin?s in llezlco, should be divided, by two. After that is done BUbtTS* I I '? S thousands and >ou will have a rCSSOOSblS approximation of the SehUnjJ men under the control of Huerta. Some people follow the ruis at dividing '??? two and laktag off one-thud of the remainder la considering ah thin-'? Mexican. While It Is 'piite pns-ible that Huerta's fot,es may lose to tha rebels, the WSlghl of opinion in Mexico ?" i t v Is that the old general s soldlers win triumph in the sad. The llsaJcaa Federal soldier is a man ?f mighty low ?lass. He comes from the jails ai.d the stteets, and he is forced to Bgbt. When Huerta needs troops he In? H tutes the "leva." and around the ? 11;. after dark has descended his soldlets march, picking up men singly ami ?n groups They are sent to the army,'' Often v. seplnf and wailing. Men of Low Type Taken. Most of these men ate of the lowest i pet infers, robbers, beggars, ferns? lime-, however, SMS Of a little lusher class gel caught In the dragnet of the pi ess Ram; and then thete is a wild scramble te set released. This is often a difli. ult thing to do when the soldiers are marched away. Wives and children aie there, crying their hearts oui OTer the I"-- of th? ir oui-, support It's pitiful, yet n - on* "f the coasegacaosa of the war. It is a significant thine about the M.?xl ? ..n srmy that One never pe,s Mexican soldiers on lib*ifty, .with the general es? caption <>f bsndimsn, ? bo have special privileges The reason Is that the soldiers are k? pt locked up in their barrack? and permitted little freedom. If they were turned louse, a? American soldiers, they would dlssppssr forever, as far as the army is eon* smed, When the ' ..va is at work the "volun? teers." as they aie called, are taken to the barracks There they ate prisoners They are ????nipped with rifles, ammunition and clothes Their shoes are only san? dals, which, however, an- more than most Of t?i? m want, m m?.-.), and their uniform.; are not of feed guailty. They receive rudiment?r) drilling and ate then sent off t" tin? battles it i.- the practice te s??ml "volunteers" fron OSS locality te a lar distant prov Ines '" ?i" their lighting. Psr instance. soldiers from M? \i?te "'ilv ate shunted off t?. Sonora DeSSTttOS there, amon?* the *i:i.|ui Indians, is hop.Iess and death i" mil ?? or |SSS . ? t tain I-i..m lue BSOSSestt of unwelcome entry late the aimv the volunteer is a prisoner. He Is wat ..?I clOSSij ? ?> his ofliceis. of wtioiii there srs slghl t" every company of infai'ti'. .m sxtraordinsrlly largs num? ber, i.ssttated b) the c?refui watching the ?-"i'ii'i need Americans in Mexico h.iv seen ?oldlsrs K?tn*; Is the treat to ill.-h I foi tli.-ii ...iiiitry locked up in DOS i ".ii Hi- miKht not eMa|? \\ In n '? 'i? m ordinary day seeches officers ? ?i .it tue desn Rebel? Not Any Better it ? I ? lie.-, I || ? || ii, i m. Mrtdli i - can si er srin s victory, yei SO. Th.? tea-oil is that their oppi ate no bettet than they, In their ovi CUllar Way. The rebel of the noit more incentive fo fight than the Pi "soldado." h? knows that victory t loot and an extension of the an which iie .-an st"ai and plunder. ?-e'oe! of the north is also s hat lier than the Federal from the south often knows a great deal more ?hooting. 'I'li-s.- rebel advantages, however off.? et by better organization on the of the Federal! There is a nuclei the i ? leral array which is fairly trained, and there are a few officers jwho are highly efficient There ate i officers however, who lack inteiesi zeal, and because of this th.. Ft at my is not all that it should be. A Mexican soldier is not a vtdous 1 ing man. His one mi.sslon in life s to be to expend as much ammunitic rossil'le. ife fire?? at will and als random. If lie can possibly do so, lie stand behind some building and pusl gun around the l orner and then, hand'.' extended ?'?? fsi a-? possible, loi holding ins rifle be bllndlj lites dow-r It ; ??' ' An American ns y officer who c.?v the recent fighting at TamptOO, when rebels made what seemed to he a fo attack, reported to his asm mai in chief that he h:id fi?'en two ninarl, one day "What were they"' asked the adm "One was that the rebels did not c lite TempICO and r'ne other w.i.s that Federals did not annihilate t'ie r*b* answered the oftVer. Soldiers Without Causes. Mosteen soldlers era so Ignorant t they ' t'en have not the slightest i of or for whom or what they are flghti a v ear axo occurred the "deesas t gtca." ?Nr tragic ten du; s, when the fot Of FellX Diaz, later Joined by Hum attacked the forces of President Msdi The stteets vete .llled with fight troops. Hides, machine Bun? and f! ? ? seat forth a shower of <hot a shell on all parts of the vit? ThOUSOl ?rere kille?l the troops were filled wit! I sl for blood, and filled with pulq ??? t Ametlesna wl i went through the terri period tell of asking the common soldi. Shout the light "Ver whom aie you flighting?" th would ask some man resting from 1 activities with a rifle. "Foe my chief," WOUld reply the ?t dado. ' Who Is he" ' "Don Hi'ardo' the soldier might a rwer, earning his immediate comasaaSi whose last name he often did not knovi ' But. ' the American WOUld persist, "a you for Madero or Diaz "i don't know," the soldier would repl "i am fighting for Den rticatdo.' That is pipClSely what he was Ada fighting for hi- Immediate chief, who he knew only as Don Ricardo. He pro1 ablv had not the slightest conception t what was actually Koiti? on. He was toi to stand in S certain pla< e and to til in ? certain direction. He simply obeys orders And Don Ricardo himself proi ably vas acting under some ones Instru? tlons, endeavoring all the time to ascer tain Which way v.? tory WSS going in th end that he .night be on the right side Graft in Huerta's Army. ? Huertas army prohahly n'imbers some tint | more than M,?M men. but not mucl note The best estimate obtainahl gives ?he figures nt BJffi, There is IX way for observers in Mexico City to tel how many are on the other side, but th< total there is doubtless -ess than that 0 the |>gora] farce H lv extreme!} doubtful if svsn Huerta knows how man] men he has. There is graft in the army that is well known. Hi? rta knows it. too and objects 10 H. SOI under pu.sent clr cumstances he ?cannot help himself. it is utterly impossible for th.- Federal guv. minent to be fully avvate of the SXa. : . : of mea In distant posts I '?? si lions are man. deaths not a f.-',?.. and these are often not rep. ?tad. Officers win report full companies and battalion.| and Ca | for money to pay them If this la sent the men who have actually si.rvkved mav he paid, while the pay of thSSS She have dSSSCtSd or died Koes into the pock? ets of oftl. et x in Mexico City Huerto has ? fon.- ,.r ? regatera, who ?e??m to be splendid BOMIerS They are well equipped, well trained, gad what is most Impartant of ,iM, paid with regularity. Thej ?re g n paid. too. the ordinary ssldlet felting 114 pesos a d?v With SXCbaagS at thr..' fOT o? ? i e . I pesos for |1 gold, winch is more than I- usual that mean? II, ? iiiontli. ?hi. Ii is about SS rauch as an A tin ?t i? an soldi? i. who M* Oh* *H th* best paid -oldiers in Ihr world receives at the end of e.i.h ntonth. All soldlets are sup I ,.?.'?| t.. be paid at IbS same rate, hut it Is thai io? h ? ?"... .,'? tit, ,?. j.,i ' Ben Franklin Quiz Corner Making sire of your award In the Ben Franklin Quiz is chiefly a matter of system, after you've once nojuired the knack .>f solving rhr- plctOgnpha The margin for failure consists n.it so much in that you will be entirely battled by some Dictographs, as In ?that you will ?-hoose )'OUr answer- without thorough Investigation. It will not b? that you are "stumped." but that v?.u are eareless in the selection of >our solutions So your cue ;s to assure yon resit in each instance that you have not ever? ' looked a single possible answer. Per- ] haps v ou are proceeding along these lines at preeent?at least, some entrants are. One enthustsstlc Qutsaer was explain ing his method to the QuiS manager a few ?lavs StfO. It Is h VST] good one He procirtd S small note book arid as? signed one page to each Dictograph. M '.ictograpli iu published, ' e goes diligently through Poor Richard's Al? manack, and writes In ths book every saynig wbtch night apply to it. Xo natter how faint or far-Stretched the rir.n may be. he puts down sOCh saving. When he has all po-sible ;,uswers to? gether lie begins to eliminate th? im- : pr.ibable ones. He endeavors to narrow the margin down to as few answers SS possible, but at the same time he ?loes not discard am which seem to him to fit. In some c.isc.-- be is ab'? t.i CUt down to one answer, and vit", he I arrives at that answer he Is absolutely sure of Its correctnoea in other cas? s he has? remaining three, four sad some? times niore answers. In the latter ?-ase?, he says, he k.-?v~- tryl -, to eliminate: often a happv l?'ea will come after the ptetOgmph is a week ell and will O' light on the problem But-and here l< srhere he ihowa wisdom?he th- end I:. :s ?. .-r unable to distil among several answers '^ I s same pictograph, ho is going to submit them all, as the laws permit. "But.- remarked a bystander, wit,-. regard to the last statement, "took .?^ the chancre you're taking of losing . t if some on? else ahould > ori'?-? tlv s?,lv ?? the seme luimb.r ?>f pictoarapha You'll probabl) Mvs a larger total of olo? tlona" "Maybe I will, and maybe i won't the other. -Hut I'd rather i.ih'* .1 ?Ii.in- .? ,,n running second in CSS " a tie than take .1 chance on missing the award altogether." Poor Richard's Almanack ah savings of Benjamin Franklin use?! in the Bi-n Franklin Quiz are cent in the special cililiori 01 I'.xir Kn-hanl's Almanack, which The Tribune off?sr8 to err 1 ants at 4'? cents. 4:, cents by mall (loth hound and well printed. Alma necks an on sale et th? oth. e of The Till, me RULES OF QUIZ. ah parsons redding in thei n ted Statoe I Canada cic|it employes of Ths Wow? Terk Tribun?, and their imm?diat? f.im ^ihle o. pai 1 ..-?pat?. In the Ben Franklin Quiz. Se participant need be a subscriber to The Tribun?, nn?i no ?n ! ? ? ni ?? '? t at anj kind - r?eulr?d. All formalities ars dlspemsd with, and 1 s<?n enn enter tiie ymz at. any tune dur ng It* pro. Th? I m Quiz ?-onHln??, In the ling on fifty .-? nsecutlrs d ?- esj h of whlcb represents a saying of Benjamin Franklin. Solutions are to be ?aihmlttM on b! uki d for that purpose In The Tribune. I..,. ii MluUoe must he wraten on a sope rste blank. No solution? are lo h? sent in until rhe conclusion ef I 1 QuIs Ko nao ? ri ?ri sis solutions will be ?r 1 for any one plctogrsph fr un ?ny ri lelpant. ? ssli to th? amount of ST ISO mill he swarded to th? TOO ,j rnostwe ?,<fui in (olvlnc the nf-- plctograpbs in ? ... rollen II I "i 'er: l-t uwurd . Sl.rm?? .I award 'id award . trli award :. award*, each sino . HI award?, each Sail M iwardv each S!.-> IOS awards, each ?10. ?.??0 award?, each ?."? till? an aril?. ??.?.. h SI IM .MIO tie .100 MIO i.i.-.n 1.11110 1 . ? o I'll! The pf.r-.on submlttlns th? hlshe?! n ; a? ?: of COrreel solutions ?il! be given the id atrard, The next iiic:.p?>r the soeond ward nci so en w\rh th? otl two or inn.? per^'.i.? send m tie same btuabof of .'nr:f.t lOltttloSS the one ii>inK' the fewest number of extra ?olu lions v?'M be glroa th? b nhesr sward ! rwo er m?.re persons send tn th? umi number of correct sohitlena end ass ?'? ?? ?am? number of extra, solatlena the ? la ri,,| for Will h" ?d.le.t together .-'?!...I e,(, Uly. Thus, If iwo p.irrc-i pants should es,!. #er,,i in forty corroct ??? .1 ? ? !i should US? one hun? dred and tuent v ?oluilon blanks, and the.. ,1 for the s? md '?? .,-,i th? s"cond r.i award? would he added ticethtr an.l that amount divided SQUdly between rl?? two ho rv ng. Should It '- hapOO sible to apply ''"' f*Megolns r,'ie in ras? Of h t.? a?? ;?tur,| identical In valu? with ? ed for will be ?then to ea.h tytn?" peat. Only See award "'" be ?riven t? on? family ai ano addrsos, Ritimugb th? ?ev? er .1 member? o* tvi? family may submit individual rots of solutions. Th? aet ron tatnlng moot correct answers in such a .- an aivaid. provided It wa* ?ntltl?d ro .me. On? person ?nay submit only one act of aolutlona compris? ing not mor? than six solutions to ??eh pli .-ii?-. ami no part?a, sets of bolutlMii? Will he considered. Persons giving Jletltlouo name? or ad? dresses or prfli'ttinng rniv orh?r derep'lor , . iltfled. A distinguished .-ommltte? of c'tl-jem will de, id? tlie nwnr.lliiR of prlzea. On ? - ? mmlttoe win be: Minor .lohn Piirro.? Mil? bel PieoMeal of Board of Aldermen Georje M? \ticn?.. Die Rev. ?well I'n.Klu HUH?. Rabbi Joseph siivennan. I.ilin .1. VI,i?.?Im. ? i..linn.-I?,hit of Ten? in.- i ll.ill-e lii'iuirinipiit Henry II. ( ni.m The services of HASKIN5 ?Sr SELLS, certified public accountants, w th Offices at No. \Q Broad ?treet. will be secured to audit the Quiz answers. Upon their re.tilts the committee ?if fudges will name the winners of, t h .? various prisas. ALMANACK MAIL ORDER COUPON BEN FRANKLIN QUIZ DEPARTMENT. Dote. 1914 THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. Encto$ed ii 4,*? cento, for \<hi<h ?end wti one cop?i ?, /'?.or Kfcftan _/menock A ame A 'ttfrrmt id money in stamps, pootal ?r eipress monoT ord-r or ?-heck > QUESTION BOX t I? K . Newark (1 I t -? f .11 qii ta Hoa; .-i sea Q ils ' ?raer.' OeturOaj ? ? \ i . nib ?ireei Individ?ale _la . not related can solve pletographe ind? pendently. w. ,i. B. r.. Newknsgfe Use fun quota-1 i Qahtser (1.r Msesnsek c.ntains ail solutions foi pletoerapbs: our? m*y i ... . (2) -ainpK ??-oeptab!? W \ 4 Ha--I. pl^'mtiaphs ?'?? ?n ?al?? t | eents for ?sen Sundai - for ea.-h -lai -. .1 P H-. Aseso Cil? (1) Wri" rani" and ad^re?s on ?very pleto?Tapn ?> ??? ply keep a neat and oseapMt pack asa J R T. . Bronx N'eStneeo doesn't eount. I It u win h?ip in ehsektag pmo E.aphs. \V I I' -- <"ie>i:i of correct Is t'vn it j on? of six sohiH^p? !s correct 18?. M n h nah. V. J. ? M> l-j? separate graphs fo- each ?otu?on. (gj if one ?-.f six snswara i? eorrael a credit or .-ov-e^t is Kiv?n; ?31 ?!? win save atiple lime to tara hi solutions?e?rlv ones will ha\e no ndvanta?-?,- ?4. s?o ?Hules of Quiz ?" w-ht?-h explain ca?<? of ? its " H. .1., .ler^'T CMS II IS ln'?nd?d that PlOtOgraphS b? printed of ?,im? alie. ! j. !.. (.. Aiiianr ?ii vmj ? m ft,, gfeaa *?:?'., lent Km? to ?md m vour imn-tri: (2) priority will nor count In der-Min? ! w tnnei ?. T. T. H. (1) It shou'd read "?entl? m?r". i^'i onlv rhe appiicaf:on of prov. eras 10 piriorfrapha will count In d#cld Inii winr, W. W. B.. H.irlingen P^rs-'n who ? .-??J -flv? would win In havtn?? aolved the fi?at?st numh?r correetl>. F. It. Jeraey City?Us? full quotation. M. M.. MSth street S?? Qui, Comer" in n?x* gatai lajre TrlboOe REPRINT OF LIST OF SAYINGS FREE. Th? lie! of savings published during the first week of th? Qu!s and cen ..-?:'' ?h? .orrert ntisvT??rs to the first seven piototraphs has been reprinted b? 'A,?! Tribun? CtJPles m?T>" be had for the nskir:?r Mt th? Tribuna O?\r*. Thev will aleo be oenl by mall on rereii?tof ?. one-cent ?tamp. Addles quiz DBPARTMBNl PICTOGRAPHS QUIZ appear In The Tribun? llVll.V AMI SIXIIW. TKIBIM ?ATM \l the Newsdetiler?. g|"M)AY?FIVF. CINTi. DAILY?OK? I KM. In the <Uv of \en York. Newark lersey OIt.' Hoboken and Kll/abeth. r.i>K\VHKKi: two CWKtkX BY MAIL: Daily only?I Mont-.I .50 Sunday only?6 Months. 1.23 Dailv and Sunday?1 Month... .75 ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO Ben Franklin Quiz Department Tribune Building 1S4 NASSAU STREET Telephone: Boelcmsn 3000 stress many are not paid at all. but ge certificates on which they can collect a some later date. No Good Guns in Mexico. The Mexican government has plenty o nues and apparently an abundance o ammunition. The eT,i?>mont. however. i: all old. There are exceedingly few, i ativ, modern high powered rifles. An f\ animation of the sarMBOS of a tTOOP M mralee out in the country the other day disclosed tnat toes were Winchester car? bines oi UM, near!] twenti years old. v group of railway guard liad IfauaSTS Si calibre .IS, with the old Durndnni bullets, capable of ranking a hole big enough tn drive through. There an- none of the modern high powered rifles, with the stsel is* keted, needle point ballet which will disable i,;- lull at '-'.T'?' yarda, Huerta, however, has large shipments ?f nod m lides ?omiiik? from Japan. ThSSS will arrive soon and whoa di..lri? lUtl ?I t! ? Fed eral army will le better SQUtPI Tin- machine and thi.I gun equipment of the army, generally BfSaklng, is also old. although there a'?* ?nine modern in all consideration or the military i ? latlon. however, it should be remera* bered that this Mexican artnv should ict be ladged by American or European standards, but ?n opinion of its effect? luiif-i should be bSSSd OS the work the srmy ha? to do its mission m ht'.' i- to defest th" rebele, and the rebels ' ? in? better ..I'll.' - than Ihev .11, ihr ,.!.?'? hsvt th* ""r tendency to fire as offen un possible, and the Ids I tica] IncUnetlon to shoot in the all ir the general direction of I ! enemy. "ne of 'he greatest ??angers fo Mextcen general's su? .ess is pon There is one notable Instance of ? r?l Torre?n In which esctt sids retreat! at u r the ?it? a ? o?:? a 11 ove might have Won ? great victory. I?.,! each thought that it was defeated PUBLIC SERVICE CO. YEAfy New Jersey Corporation Lin/ Carried Million Passenger/ Newark, If. ?'?? Ar'!' - The iuhuWi re 1 port of the Publie fe* i Ice . i i ti. it i -iiov.s thai the gross sam IngB of the leas,,! r.nd controlled , <im psnlss? operated by the "?orporatJoo for Ihn past year, were MJSJtMj,SM9l, th. ? i mating expenses and taxes. J1?9V.', 772 ' and the sraortlintlon charges, $i ? ?. ??I ?I The net earning* ?? -. |.... Of Which about 11,888.888 vxas laid " ' dividends, leasing i surplus .?r ?|.|.ri^i rnatel] WM* Although the increase in tin sale M for the year asMMatsd t?. ? -.. euelc feet, the revenue from that SOtSMS de creased jr....'1-".' u oaring to the isdiiottoii in price of a.i*. erflered bj the puotl utility beard. The railway department rev?ase knereaaed .'??'? per cent, accord to the report, and the electric J??parti*i??ii(. revenue inct.ascd IJ 13 per rent. The report shows that the average number of pS8 I ..tried dally i n the trolley cars of me .01111.111; ?u I inc.nTi.