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0TED STATES ORDERS MILITIA TO PICK MOBILIZATION SITES
flV AK CRAFT MAY STAY HERE Carrants Agent Fears Ums Embargo Will Stop Aeroplanes at Border. iPRIAL SQUADRON URGED FOR U. S. Plving Boat Aviator Points Out Seed of Flying Scouts for Invadin?' Army. ,,f, |f the .' united II* m Mtion ?rd Villa, ai that Ih? TnbarKo re 01 m inltlona **?. tm i . tb? two aero >m t ? \ latlon Com* not b? ?hipped to a : a Hemi ?tend _ , l( . ? - evident . ??. ? i ? ? g? tilng ? fur " ^^ part ,,u> ? ? ' long - .- el pinion ?? . , r.ar'.e? " ' the 1? adinK : | arrived In ? a his .-??'? v i n- - sdi ? Kht be rut - .? ? ,. .,-? ? urtlsa hoat to gov* . the last em ka* been v Hir Icage i.gr.t !"i' ' this **aan how to i ? ? t at ?f-'.j aa? Lieutenant 1 lyson. Ai t SdDfa | ; tor In Mexico for *t? y*_r*. prkM to I king up aviation, y.r. Wltir.er ':.-_? an excellent knowledge of th? country. Last nicht, at the Aero v.b. !-.* ?".'?'- States is in i ??plorab> froaltl n In the matter of ure_?-t'cai ? In a country :t# M>*>?. where It Is to uae ?he MTOplai ?"? more i Hty that an an .- >uld be we\\ ?|u!?P?xi "In tb*- Aral ? irWors do r : ? Th* nigg ?pproprla't'^' ? I -.9 It*? a dore t es m* ?otbli ??aaaBMati c,- Hone for hroken -l?chlre?? ?"?*" ? keep sufficient stir on*n ? > lator x_t -ft*? plent tl-t Th? asentrj rth of Mexico la nenlj- .??!?-? ng I and aero *-xes car. *? tu I to good advantage fan El Pav. a? far i itl ta -r.uaiiua ??' il ??:-?. ?all to lta!n*c. F--T> ? ? o ."tv the ? ? \ Mr?-, i ?- ? Talif ?aid with what ... ...?. ;ppro ? ? | ? eronaul ? ? - jMBI la be obi i ?**K if tha V '-?it, wot., hs said. 1 ha? lataatM - im a pevarl I fad i i ?c ifttT lURSE IN MEXICO SILENT Mother Gets No Word in Thr^e Weeks from American Girl. ire bel n ? Blng t ? ? on II -t. who l b i beapitp | at Q her In '?'?* ?*???-> ? ?? March ahe ?> alved her ?ettWi reqve* rn home. H-S Erowr.' . ? t so-lally -'? Matucher.. .r she an '?'" *?? fv ? it ah? ara? not afraid. ''--?- a peal to the Mi Df^ar- ant at Wa E. GIMPEL & WILDENSTEIN nog cLAi i W6 Fifth Ave., ror. 5 ! H St AN EXHIBITION OF RECENTLY FINISHED SCULPTURE Mr. Henry Clews, Jr. Apnl 20th "j Mn\ 16th CARPET CLEANING fW. ? Hankinson' age,.. Mrd YKAR L.1ABIUTT ?JLANI.Y MLTHODS p?r!?M >: ?, . ? 'UROPEAN ART AUCTION. ft . "??tniie Soci?t? Seligmann 1 IIM-li - M J " ??? ff** ''? Ifl ,n.l Rare f lirio, ?*V>4, ,/*'' A?* ? ? ?* -??-? W.l-V y* ? *H vt- .,'*''' "' ?--??_ fe?*, nee?, leeedsa r^T" ! "? -...!. -fi.l lnrnllf.r? ?-?v j,"*'? In ?l,r Hotel |>r./.K.t. fiirl?. . * ?i. i ?-n. ? m?>, i ait ? I ft., rot NTH -mi *?**?'? ',f ^r1 ...el I -irnllur? " "? . 9mJ,,""'?'? ''.r *.|i.,w I iiMik>Ii **? ?L'i'" ''?''-"-. Inn.r. heata, Uifc ,* 'n '?" II..I--I l?r'*HMt, I'n-U. ^ ^ I ?th '"i. I M*> * ?I I I ..,, I... I. rr.nl ? i ., ^*-.? M'**'? T;.,(. ? I ?-, ?? V*?i. ?!" " '-"' ' ' r. S. NAVY AEROPLANE COUPS. BAD WATER PERIL ARMY'S WORST FOE Invasion of Mexico May Cost U.S. $1,000,000,000 in Sanitation Work. DANGER OF TYPHUS IN CAPITAL CITY Colonel Maus Says Country Has Neglected Details of Living for Five Centuries. 'If war is dednred a-faJnst Mexico." ?>a!d Colonel It L Usas, <"htof Surgeon, 1st DlYlslen of ths United Btstes Army, Which has headq-'snte-* at Go-, ernor's is'ar-*. yastorday, "this country win spend |1,SOS,000,090 In establishing a sanitation system In Mexico, "For fo'ir or five centuries Mexico baa no attrition to the details o" life ills, iseemlnply, bul factors, ex oeed?r:p:y -aid th*y unc-Mieclooaly fortl fled themselves ?.i:it1n?5t Invasion The test cor ?--1 deration of at: army op? posed or an army opposing Its sanita? tion" "The water ?r-wtem o' Mexico Ir ao far behind the precont air? that if tha rntted States ehouM declare war ftrrplr.st Mexico and marr.h on Mexico City"? among officer?, gntde-l by ofrMa! InfQTinatloa, Mexico Chy is raid to be the fijtur?. heoWkjT-Srters of this conn-' try's armed forcea _.?j?> ireald require a new system. "?"or the most part Mexico la on a | plain, with Mexico City in tie southeast. In a how!. That city will rive n "r? Ceni to the army than any other City. HOT public buildings, her penitentiaries and bor 'aus are r.r.? e<jv;'pped a? we ot a rlvlllzea country WO.)Id expert "Down there they do not know how to live or how others should live If we are railed on to go far Into Mexl o WS shall hare to establish a water system su rerlor to sny thai has been known to that country for f<"ii or five centuries. Why, it ma ? r that tl that country It ? ? M ? Mexico five ? ? Ma He la ai I ? ? ti'in anr!. should tho N?v.- 'jori call? .1 ?.n t.j contrit ute to the ai eembl .t In Mexico, win be actively in i hart*?; of t'e representation at the ftont. He '.? ^htef surf-eon of the flrwt division of the 1st Army ?.'ofps, which means tha* he runs the medical and eurglca] division of the ur:T?y of New fork State, regulars and volunteers Included Tor the lost ten or twelve years the army bus devoted most of its attention to the sanitation ond of war?water. Colonel V that not only the United Btatee army, but foreign arm!? a bein using the Darnell inter. Invented i art R. 1 irnell, of the Mi II? >l ' orpa, who la noa In the ?All th? divisions ?hat ko to the front will be eq lipped With this fUter. ' said Colonel Maua "it Is the best device I I has i nted for conserving tha nf the American troopa In MexloO ratai ? tern la very bad. end In ? where we will riot be able to Miter the water we shall have to boil it. -elloa fever there I ?rery llttl? dan? . .,-4- fever in Vera une In Tamptco, Bui we vaccinated all the men ready to go to 7' e rmed sgalnat typhoid There are no mosquttooa Inland ? ? the j.i.rtM there are, hut tl ?? men will be equipped with ? ? ? "In Mexl ? tl Is a gn t doe . . ? ? at Is why ths moi ? ? Infaal ?"? ao high. <>ur eanl ? ? ? ?. .."i 'i ilckly rsmsds that, ir th<- ' nltsd State ? army is called ?-?n to go into Mexico, it w(,'.id be the greatest f,.r thai COUBtl"! fr?.ni a health ? that ou d possibly happi f..r. aa 1 bave Bald, ths Inhabitant! are Ivlllsed modes 1 ,. y . ?'?: ..) 4A r.i::.j (joon be ? ?, ...,..,., -.?. ?th ?? ost. ,,- the li -"i ?-i se?*tlon Inland, " v..mid " ?. di gro ind 1.1 v... would encounter srouM ??? few, and there tie onjy tWO pointa requiring ,, ,r ?t.ol ! be Vets ' "rus sod . 1, , need be little fenr for army men Sf dlSe?M und Us treatment Back tl? ? ? h is n.*?!* sp of fo if brlgad? g, win have tour "' '? bospltalf i" ? <? h <? h?-d? In the rear of the t ila v..n be en evacustkw bot pHal, v. hiti win hold twice ss many beds ? tal Behind the eve (Jon hospital, Wfty Or "tie h - r, ? I r. -? I mile* it <i?t" *' on tie posltls irlll be the ? ? ??i,,. .1 hospital ???? ? ? '"T. to each amb an?.ps thre? ?? . < tout on dice '."'? en uii,' I.??? ' ? ' ??" " ospltal .,. , ,, i. divi ion ? ? bh I iwg? on snd m, itiirt r-.4iii.il/' laspsotsr?" FT .Y] NO RO?\T FOR NAVY. CARRANZA MUST SPURN U. S. AID Agent Tell?; of Treason Charge Villa Will Not Fire First Shot. Heriberte Parr?n, former m*mb*r of the Mexican Chamber of Depatlea and Car* ranea*? personal agent und r^rr^-entntiv? 1 nstll ttonatl! I party in this dty, Bald yesterday th;'. t Carraaxa, with when he la In dally I lion, wo'ild rot permit the Constltutionallai forcea ander ? to fir? on United State?, troop?. Ba? leas they were fired on flrat Mr Barroa deplored the tnW'er.tion o* the united Ptfitep und ?aid that farran?a eoii'fi not aee~pt Bl.] '-fim this country without leaving hlmaelf ore.? to the < harer? of trenzo?-. h<* rula If eetsMlahed under ?Och eondttlons, Mr Harrrm ??aid. would n? ei have lb? heart- ??inriort of . i ? i not ungT ,.,-,* |? toward th? li.ii' ; he ?aid when at en at th? i! 120 West 21?t ?t, where ? or ha? he tat ? Hirer. - ? tifie? ;.?? ItlOT "There la i hal ever far thl? .? ?? ? tor of liberty an'i republli n natttuttona all over America, Its friend and neighbor, v.-.-.-.u ened and Impoverished by three venr?? of civil strife. ":'arran-.a ha* a'-kfd the T'nlted fiat??, to arlthdraw from Huerta Ita demand for B fa? Hdlute and nuhmlt the matter to him, offering to deal with thin question In a aplrlt of Joettce and conelllatlon. If Carra?a? grants the demand of the I'nlted State., and tireve?te a d'HHHtrous i'oniiti t between the two eenatrle? hia ? n arlll ne/? th? ?apport of the prem majority of the people of Mexico whoa? :.:;),.iriif ..' -? he reflects. PORFIRIO DIAZ SILENT Developments Fail to Shake His Resolve Not to Speak. ?feat? Carlo, April 23 Qeaeral F'orfirio Tiiaz. aa Prealdeat of Mexico, wbea ask?<i to-day if. In view of th? rapid develop ;? ? ;? of th? Mexican situation, he would not reconsider hi? determination to ?ay ? " agein refaaed absolutely to mak<i any statei on Mexican affairs or his own intention?. !!? excused hlmaelf from ng on tl gi ? wd thai he bed d?fin? it? I) giien up active ;n>:it','s. Mem em of his part) expreeeed th?? opinion that Oeneral Dlaa eould not re i ? ;, to Mexico. He ?rill probably leav? Mont?- carlo nt an earl) date t'n Vichy t., ti.k.- th? ear? Joed Vves Ltmaatoer, former'-.- Mexican Minister of IMnanre. said to-day that h" had bo fcn'iwii-ige of the pians of Qeaeral Porfirio Dlaa but thoofhl thai in view of th*. ?x President"? great age and Indif? ferent health i? wa? unlikely he v.-.mid re? turn to Mi i ' " mantour la quoted h- th* Par!? enl of a leading provindpal newi : .it the toi lowing of Oeneral 'arranxa Hu?wta could do ' ' ',..' Americans, ?' ii even guerilla warfare would be Imposslbl? Tl ? ?nt wu made i ?? f,. i ? . i ibllcatlon "f Qeaeral Carraaxa'? t?. 1're.il lent Wilful, and Umantour added that llttl? ?oold b? ?x* : . ted fron the patl III n of the < ar i,,- .t. Ignated ?s "Ml? ? ;. uncritical Idealists, anean net llllteral ? ..r Umantour concluded by ??claim? ?? ?:?.-? pattiotlsen hurst forth in Mexico Ma th? trap Inte wMeb my ? en led b? soon denovaced before the i Ibaaal ?of tha public optnloa . .,| ??? ii,. ... mlnlater Mid thai he hhneelf i ;,.i no h '? ni ."i of returning to Meali i i ut a oudl ' amain in P "Plottmq g Spill for Duff," by Sevyell Ford, m not only an ^muainq la\e, but it m.iy be a uatiro on ?jjolf enthuaiaata. Re? our next Sunday Manarme. NAVY AIR FLEE! M PENSACOLA. HALT SHIPMENT OF ARMS No More Supplies for Mexico from Bannerman's. Cold ?Spring, N v . I irll '? Bl Ip menta of tirm? and anrniunitl.i!. from B.?n nennan'a Island arsenal, al Breakneck-on? tbf-Hudson. for the Mc.lcan rebel nrmv under General Villa stopp, d to day, with the announcement that aji embargo has ;.T,ir been ordered Bgalasl arming the rebels Several ahlpments had hern ni.-.d?' fr<>m the iiatinerman arsenal m the last f.iur weeks. Mo.t of the powder, cart-M-;.'? 'hen?, revolver?, rlflea .n?i Held (una mounl I? carrlagee were consigned to Lie lei la Qarsa, of the villa forces, at Juares, an<l were sent oTCT the '? rdei line at T'X. <?? if the i ". . **nt bi fast frcii.'1't. are ?? II en route, and ?rill r?;, ti the border for s few d Fearing confiscation bj the T'nite?i Pta*es troops, th? Bannermana refused to-day t.. tw. an) more ordere TAMMANY OFFERS REGIMENTS TO HELP CRUSH HUERTA Sachems Pass Resolutions Commending; Stand Taken bv President in Mexican War Crisis?Ready to Unhold Honor of American Mar-. CQfnmen?Stng the a' Mon taken by tl President *nd the Congress in the M< v can crisis, SSChSIDS of tbe S. vtetv . Tammany, or the Columbian Orde r>ass*-d yesterday resolutions offering tais? r?giments of Infantry, If m ?,,- eervice In M< sl?eo The re? l i will be presented at an early m? the mule' ?. f..r adopt ifter a 1 i | s whl?! ? i ? ? mied? eda of ? le?era arc broughl OUI -n d ? ' the uff? ? ? ? ? ? ? .merl an - Itl t ? ? the S arfare, api?e and ? th? r?solut! n "Resolved, Tl at l ?? s? tlon of the Presi deal ??? rtg ? i: li and approving the ai i oymenl of arm-? forces of the United Btatea In enfor Ini the demand for unequivocal amenda foi c.rtair, afin Indlgfl tlei te.i against the Unit? ?i States t?* i nd her? by la upheld sn i aus) lined .. 1 I in ther be M Resolved, Thai the father of the coun? cil of aacbems aha ? ? ? ? Ing pream ?!? and ri lo Um So cletj ?if Tamilian) for n il and with a i? omm? 'i ilion thai i r. ateps ts ii. for the ? n of ? i.'" of. ?red to His Kscell? " ? | ,,f New v orl for sei i he in.nor >.f the A merl? an n ??: and ' jfuverruiicnt of \.Ue t nlt,?l Hutea In Hie ling controversies and dlfferen-es wttl ' - Mexl ?an authorltlea " Pr? del ' Wttg Is nol mentioned by? name m the ? ??? ? the reference t being to the President - ?? my is th? ?.?--et and patriotic order oui of which the r?o rganlsatlOI l m as Tammany Kail gres i la controlled by the Tarn : . of the fourteen harl? " -i present I Tami were Ion n R grand f Tami raised ? ! irsl rolui ? ? ?gil enl In this city ?; . "A ..r Ol ? It had a regiment In the Mexl-an War -r end another h the Civil War. it -???i t., perform tlmllai ?eivlce in ? <r. but the Oovernor said ?tata bad enough volunteers. Th- ment In the < ir*l v. tr araa anos | (few Vork I ..i mteen it h id U2M i ?? ,nd was 'or thr? e \,:,, , 11 .. ,<? nris t--.ii in on Jui -, and mustered I ... rabera thei the Slri New *t 'i be re Im? ni h id live i ol.ila The first, ? >q|oi ? i u llliam i? Kenn? d . di? d In the James R v lion wee killed In ? ition, ' '.-t..her 11. "he n .( ? ;. ti ? i ' nr Oal \ etain and man.1 uihei famous battles H lost M tuen. TRANSPORT SAILS WITH 881 MARINES Enthusiastic Scenes When 20th Regiment Leaves Philadelphia. THREE BATTLESHIPS DEPART FROM BOSTON Virginia. Nebraska and Georgia Get Under Way?Montana Quits Guantanamo. Philadelphia, April 23.-Th? ? a v ro .'a"!ie. chartered by th? tt< ment from th? Ward Lina ?el ? the P ?'?' at ? to-day with th? -??' ' ' M ? ? . ?.) t,. Vera i rd ? ihlp I illad n '?*?. ;iri'' led tl rail? of UM rise Tug? I i it .1 ited ?aril ! ?? I and th? tie a ? " dipping bet fine. l ?for? the line? were rast off a ?nrk.-? quantity of hospital i?'iD.>tie*j ?-?re pi't nhoard. K.ery avaflabl? man at the nav ytaTi wa? pressed Into servh-e In the endeavor to get th? MOfTO I ;i_?Ue av-a-j to-day t'n d?r th? searchlight of the battleship Idaho. lending rro<-.'ed?Nl all last night Th.. detaehn ?nt? of marines drafted from fil? navy yn.rds alon? the Atlantic eonst he<an arrlvlnir At dnvhreak. most of them eon In* In spo'lal cara wBlOb were r;:n direct to the set? Of the yard Tl ? men ?rere I hli pirita aa i they eered b* rowd i ' i (villana a-?? formed lines and marched down the main street of th? parti to the iraterfront, There ?f? Ml men in the regiment In the etrf-o of the Morro Castl? are M tons of coal, a half-million round? of rifle gun? ued? by the marines 'n shore NIllOS. tents bv the of them for hospital ser? ? | barra and M n gulatlon srss alas - ?way ii ? Is of the Morro i 'satis a arge i er of ranea garbage cana ? o- - and other Imple -.- : ta of thai nature, to be used in keep? ? ? ? camps and dvtl eomrnunl the Ai cs may occupy. Ho.?on. Apr". r.-The battlOShtpi Vlr ..-'? .. Nebraska and Oeorgii sailed for Mexio t la aftsrnoon. Ths Virginia i?. H, ?sM ' of 17.-ar Admiral Frank n. ? anting the Third Division ? s Atta '.'? Beet The loading of sup pllea and ammunition was ?-ossptttsd ,ast night N'ebrnskn. the first of the ships to oder way, ?ailed inertly after room When ehe swung away from her pier she ? the ?attors who lined the - of ?!?? other *h!p^ at the yard, and c steamed alowly down the channel e eras aiited h\ the resssli m thehar-. ? light draft gunboal Castlna wsnl n ii noon, Ueutenai I u.i. ? taking temporar* rom si Orden n -'???'. al th? navy ? nrd to-day raiser N? rtv i 'aroUna earl were re? led tu-niglu ?? .- ? ? . KplanatlOn A' tl .? ?-ame time to speed tl:?- over bauling of the battleship Rhode Island, v hi<-h ;* in drj dock ' ? ? g offices were rowded ? rain imber of enllstmenta ., ... tiona ? " % offices wer? ? i.i for the Brat time ? I ? tien that I ? M achu? for Mexl? . ? . ? ? . ? ? . ? .? riera I Pears? from ? f the . t . rheth? \ replj ras sent to t the litis a?ould i ?IT,?1 Su- Francis? tprll iterda; ? - ? |o .1 :'. direct ? Uasatlai The I, at Msre Island, dered to mot ? <.. hsrboi to t station a' ' 'allforn a Cll .,... . . . -? atl ?? iprll ;: -.,- .dmlral Kobert M Doyl ? i!IrfT the i'.. . ordered to aal flag ' - ? I'll -Inla to Ma ? tlai nd I" take ?. mmai '? "ft ?:? ? . - embling ? I ne !..,".. ? M il ? ? ? galling from ? ; ntai \ i-ra Cru2 a*aa ordered to return to the il stall? and embark a ?let ? s ' der ' ??? ' Fred? . L? Bradman. she m -i it s NO LOSS OF LIFE IN RIOT Americans in Puerto Mexico Report They Are Safe. Oalveston, .prll I ?V?rateos meesagea received here to-da, from Puerto tot i south of Vera ? 'ru;'., on tl ? toi ? where Mexicans I mi,st all foreigners, Ind there ha ? > loss of .. J.. P Boone, s n erlntendei ? of : ; >. ).. ? : thai itl ?? I ii Sam Houston !"? Infof-rned that he ?v.-i" anl the steamship Texan, in the harbor and Dr Ceor?*?? r: Tabor, of the , ;;t,.,i g| itea \; irins Hospital Service, re ported be waa safa aboard the stesmer Dakota New German Liners for Panama Hamburc April 21 -Two new strnrnere. each of 16,400 tons dlsplaeement and to I the Pal ima ?'ana. Service, were o dered to-da;.- by the Hamburg? MILITIA POLITICS IGNORED BY ARMY Red Tape Tangling Choice of Mobilization Camp Is Cut by Regulars. ONLY STATEN ISLAND IS "FOUND SUITABLE* Selection. However, Is Not Yfct Official?Call for Guardsmen May Be Delayed. Poltth's In the national -ruard and poffO? -Mans fot a tnsfe of repulir armr d!se!>. line yesterday in the liioosfn* "f Ptatan . i - tha place fer rnobtUaetioa of ihe guard. Offlclally tb? militia officers ha?re not announced Btatan ??land aa the place but it was learned reotorday that Sta'tO Island only has leen "found eultable ' Of th? Department of the Ras*. Telegram? from th? deparTnient wane ? jreaterday to all adjutant jrenerais of states east of tiie ( ihlo and Mi?-slsalpl to nam? tb? places selected for mohlllaatloa. ? a i? ??ike.; to Indtcat? ' ? army oir* ? les thai tie militia ?.?ill i-s mobt'.laed hi the . ? ? 9 tea a thin a few laya The arordlna of the telegram, '"?'?'hefo will vor. mobilise*" was taken an tAtwitsw? ? tien of whether tha troops could be mobilised or in how . ? InfernMs . .i= to ? I ' l'lve camp altea "ere under consider?? ?n Vew Vori .1 d there v.-hs weat haggllni ' tema time ago tiie War Department aske?! to be notified of the hohe. Two days i?K" p-'reini'tory iT'lers .eine to flioOi? I site It was then that Lieutenant <*o;onal haar, ?Chief of ftaff, under Brtj-adlsr Oeneral Robert K. Bvana, of the Depart aat, left Qovernor'a island to help \.Mutant Ooneral Walton of the ? ,.ii guard chooa? h Mt? for camp. The) want t" Bteten [aland, where Llou? 'one! I!.tan was Stationed for reara und the hagpltnif; was soon ? *?? featerday the Hoard of TVater Supply e?ke ! i ' ?? ruard headquartan if ? r 1 ite ? 1? 1 aeea aa itatea island, so .1 II 1. Ik it make proper arrar?ementa ? - abater and piping to the camp Tho Board of Water Supply ?as toll no site ,.1 !.. ? m offl lall selected five com? itlng camp sites were It, Rfatertowa. PeekskUl, l-Mikfl and Montauk Point Tha is?t fd wi'i probably i?o uaed for the ar ? '? 1 . .. \: Ora? Kallnak!, U P. a.. Jopo 1 ter of I he I u pertn ?tat of 1 that tr:msporfs ? ? >. ror '.T?t ?i? used to sup^!v rmy In Mexlea I steadv lln? of freighters, tunning from Kew Yon? a? a ??ase of Bupplles, win probably ? e the mean? uaed t.. feed th? tioops. Recruiting ?lackened up all ore- tova tweat' -set en applt? canta at th" Blath ive, r? rutting ata? M ??'? ' " e-e taken. ? ?rere taken at tha Army i< Hiding ?.?. ho ?ppU? d. .1 I ?? ?.. recrultlna atation in 23d it.. Comma ? B. Morgai aeet nt t the best men 11? 1 ?'?l rrora ?yod fled t' 1 ? 0 lid enter ths might h* ? .ne of '?? ?r ai d seiT? only ? ? Tentag? for the engineer?, who orlkg mobilisa first, has hoen read" for a?****1 eral days, und If ordere are given to mo? bOlxa th? work of laying oat the ..-amp will hejjln within a fi'W honra. "I don't heilere the mllltls has any Immediate chan ?a of j-oins ??> war." said 1.'. ?' ? ? ??! Walton ' Th ere are 000 . ot In action, and l? ?a ?? troops a ?? needed : -i Andrew Alexander 548 Fifth Areiwie at Fortyufifth Street To the gtyfe-fofoimed man. thia oariord speaks for itself. We vouch (or the rest Tan or mahogany Roxsia caJf and black French calf ierren dol?an. HwAwi ?4? te geemte tmettf et O et SI Downtown Store Sixth ? venae at Nineteenth Street S?SSSMWeSBBSBT'.1 SBSW ? ' "? - .? ?ffff???? 1 ? Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE * OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MA.MIATTA** i BKONX Fourth Avenue cor. 25th Street Courtlandt Ave. cor. 148th Strest hidridi-e Street cor. Kivington Street I . bkooklin Seventh Ave. bet. 48th and 49th Sts. Graham Avenue cor Debevolse St Lexington Ave. cor. 124th Street pltkl!1 Avenue cor. Rockaway Avs. Grand Street cor. Clinton Street I "I y PER CENT. CHARGED UPON fcast 72d St bet Lexington k 3d Avs. I "*%fr LOANS RHPA1D WITHIN Esst Houston St cor. Essex St \'t\% rWO WLLKS PROM ?A IE. The foyer of our delightful tea room at No. 30 West 34th Street affords comforUble repose for thr tired shopper. YOU are welcome there. ? Dainty Luncheons and Afternoon Tea Are Served I he fastidious ? andy bu>er will lie ple.isrd with thr .selec? tion at our storr. "Midway Between the Waldorf and the McAlpin."