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BRITISH TAR LOST But Onlv Through Acci? dent Did the Karlsruhe Get Her Prize. BREAK IN ?ENGINE PLEFT M-HELPLESS j-pgl:?,!, Master Outnian?uvred Otrn??." Cruiser Until Mishap Forced Surrender. irnsm? ?*": -??c .(WGermai : ir,e ther ' aUf- lUCCanatriaf cats 2L? the " ? mercy o' tie I senti nom I writ' - ? hasrtii I hagen v a I Islantf? tad Kar'sruh?. ? ??rchar.t meem?tm ' *? ani1 o; ' 1 At "At f *fclc morn : ' .'.ere I ,he *? vv ^-v an" other ' fol t9W.fj (Jmi of n* Then a csmt up with . tBd out of the c??,id "??.-? imed the dreaded Ksrlimhe ??The Br.t.s- etptain ?topped his en rir.fi under the imprcssiaa that it was lfsm?*n. "isitor, hut when the Ger su Sag"*'** mi U] I e realized in a gash that rar If??? ?nd ac tjae wis hi? r'?':?' salvation if he wer ta ?e?p kl* dying. Hi tried Srtt the S ? 7- l gnal, but the com ondtr of th? Karlsruhe, Lieutenant fagX Ton Inen, picked up this mes m* and sent a very angry message a tit M ted 111 tricks of that son ? would be sunk iBB?ii?tf!y "The British captain parpoaely de lsy?d ?acipl - from the Karlsruhe, and while he and Coun* lj?*n were arguing the matter half th* ere* ' ' had stripp. ta? atafcthold wer? ihovelli coal It at* lot 01 g before the stea;n prtuire was pretty ?.early doubled. Th? British eapta the eoBTtr utioti man?uvre i h i hoTit in such a ?ny that Via I- foaad iBSKlf unable ta ?et ?h? M throntjh the na**e* oj coal smoke that tnrtloptd the Karlsrahe. "Now wa? the British captain's op? portunity, lean the order "Full speed ahead!" and the M was Mon leaping through th? wave* like a aid thing. Count Von Issen gave chas.' He fired a ?hot at the British ihip and Bis*??! He ftrod t (econd (hot, which ?hipped a bit off the captain's bridce. Thtn muttered curses rose from the ?upo* room. Something snapped, and th? M-was helpless. A German cfieer. *ritb an armed guard, soon cum aboard and, hf'er falsely acrv.s af the Br.tish captain of carrying taatfor troops and starching the ship, h* bad a further interview with the fkippcr is hit room Lying on the ?Sjatttn't tab.?- w?s an English news E?*r containing a caricature of the Lier. H? frowned -.r.dignantly. "You have shocking newspapers in J**r cab.:., sir," he said. The captain replied that hi id worse ones in the ?teker. ii von Issen would like to in? spect them. Th? captain and crew of the M found *.hem??lv - prisoners on the Karlinihe in twenty minutes, and titre they remained for seven weeks, takiaf ? keen the Karls ruh? and her maraud.ng squadron. ORDER OF MERIT FOR SIR JOHN FRENCH London. r?er-. 8 During his ? Franc? King George conferred the .Ow of ':. ? John Preach, co*?ma-.c?r I the British forces on tat Cor; SECRETARY DANIELS. WEARING HIS FAMOUS SECRE? TARIAL ( \.\ WITH ADMIRAL BADGER ON THE WYOMING. e*m,oTo(?) , ? M-i*mes cgi-s">e DANIELS IN DISFAVOR WITH MEN UNDER HIM Continue?! from page I satisfactory the Secretary is said to hax*e cried: "That's rijrht! Remem? ber, I'm not for the officers?I'm for the men!" Two midshipmen who had experience with the x*agaries of the Secre? tary relate that their crew xvas inspected by Mr. Daniels last summer. When the Secretary passed the midshipmen he took off his hat and said jovially: "Good afternoon, gentlemen!" The astonishment of the men xvas such thai they forgot to salute. Boarding the Roveraattat boat, it is frequently his custom, it to bow curtiv to the officer of tl deck and then to turn for the pleasu of a chat with the ? bays who had been acting as his fBBl of honor. On ano'her occasion, Koyal, the Secretan called an I man from the ranks of a ?Irill whic was being held in his honor, and. tl plaining that the wretched marine wi "from my home town." caused the ma side throughout the r? ? ? ? tnely absurd." to quote a navf officer, is trie way the Secretan,- ap pear? when acting as overlord of in sner* tl -, etc. As a proof o ? ?en interest in naval matters h affects a jaunty naval cap having th honor of being the first Secretary o the Navy to do so. The Secretary like the cap. hut navy men find it difficul' during inspections, to maintain dn?ni fed "?pressions. Purmg the exercise at the Naval Academy he is describe ?tifli the Secretary's Has ?raped over hit head and shoulders another ostentatiously bctoss hix lap! At drills and inspections the Secre tary could be borne with, but he is in ceed a trying burden when the Mlioai ?" real action sets |u. Ad mirai Fletcher was directed at Vera tht r.i'toin house." An?! when the job was done atid bluejacket? been for a day patrolling the street? two messages arrived from the Oat read: "The United States i- not at war with Mexico" ? and officer?, looked at their dying and Thp Mcoad ntttact, lowever, attained -ut?reme heights! "School will ? ? ? aboard ship until further notice," was the w;.v ? read. The officers gazed at one i.nother in wonder and inquired: "Wall you thinking ?.f school !" In I - a third dispatch ar tatinc the men :n fulsome ? fired until Saks on Individuality rIf you will look at that word Individuality for a moment, you will observe that out of thirteen letters four of them are the letter /? that is individuality. r The academic definition of individuality is Ego, hut in plain English your Individuality is that part of you which favorably distinguishes you from the average of mankind. Nobody can give you individuality, but Saks Clothe? will help you to express it r There is in the cut and tailoring of a Saks gar? ment a subtle yet positive style, which is not merely the veneer of newness, but an inherent, innate, integral quality that will remain intact as long .-arment be worn, and which cannot tail to enhance your appearance, increase your important, and individualize you at loast ?t-? ? man of distinction in clothes. $17.50 to $60.00 $17.50 to $50.00 $28.00 to $50.00 $25.00 to $38.00 $3.50 to $12.00 ?aksMomjiamj Broadway at 34th Street Overcoat*. Suit?. Dret? Coat & Trousers. . Tuxedo & Trousers. ?Dress Waistcoats. ! fired upon. The men received this .. ?? with -et jit -, snd b did their in ?lue M II ' pict ?? . Presi? ? ? tad th? Sacratari? i Navy ? .? ? . :? .vas thesi : -? were forced to command silence when the lauuhter a< became too boisterous. Ob oi ? the demonstra: . : ?uch pro portiOBI that the tXtCBtivc officer ?urn mone?! all watch officers to the ward? room tad gave wurning that such ??cenes led inevitably to insubordina? tion and mutiny. I'nder ?late of July IT, 1914, was is? sued what is now known as the famous 'General Order 110." It b<, "The department invites attention to the two most eommoi occur? ring in the administration of nava! dis? cipline, viz.: L'nauthorize?! absence in , its various form?; drunkenness on shot The ii use of the order is this: If a man returns to his ship drunk, or if he ? be seen drunk ashore, or if he be over? letve, ht shall either be summarily dilfllillld f i on: tht service 01 |] place! upon probation for six months. I tcond offence during th? probat.on shall mean his di-missal. The principal result of the oi :? r bat to furnish the country with an accurat* barometer to the "loyal';," of the men. The order hat proved what the Daniels regime hits ?OBI to the lerviea. Since the return of the ships to the . with this order in effect, an average of 100 men has deaerted each ship or else taken a f the DOW order to become drank and thus earn their dismissal Th? last news of the order i| that it i? to he revoked. On one ship now being overhauled there arc To-?';. vacancies, vital to the organization of the ship. The department know- the comlitions, but il tithtr unwilling or unable to take the nece?-ary itepi to round out the ship's complement. An officer of the navy sums up con ditioat and the remedy in th? "Mr. Darnels can and will break the lait ?pint by taking ?way th? leg t?? mate work and play, the ittt iv ?irills and the regular liberty, by separating the ship?, and causing the navy, the in? vestment of the people, to cease pay- j ing dividends of effie?"?ncy. Not until , we have the general board established ! by law may we hope to escape men like ! Mr. Daniels and to tat ?rom the influence of politics." -? MENKEN NAMES BOARD Security League Meets To-day to Formulate Plans. 5, Stanwood Menken, chairman of the National Security League, day announced the names if tht gen? eral committee he has appointed to it ? p m. to-day ?a the Hotel Ht '.mont to assist in formulating plans to bring to the attention of the na tional administration the necessity for improving the national def Tht league plans to have an investi? gation of the present deferc. if a?i in ratiofi il neccs-ary. ??th?' ?.mes will be added tl the committee. Mr. Menken said. The names announced i.r? : l.aur- ? \ I AUra?. ?... ' .-'.~, !.. -(a 1 ' ? U ?:? I ? ?? ? ' . II I , . u un M ? U .: ? ? I. ? ?rseauil ? ram. J.,1 n Ii ? r no K .?, llora i . ? ? * ?. T I I la -. ? A H ? U.irrl?. i I .1, J ? at. r I',. II l Ii ? l: Sail A 7t'.l 1 -- . "a- J W XI .-la: ' ?J a < sn.iih Kran* - - ? t i ' u il M ? ; ii ? i. o arla? r. .Vaalal * . - :. - Corea Bans Opium. Seoul, Corea. Dec. 7. The govern? ment has ?luppres.i'd the opium mo? und put a ban on the ?moking j of opium. These step? were advocated I by American mis?ion?rie?. If It's Advertised in lite ?ributu . It's Guaranteed. See Editorial Page, First Column. I LaaWataWaWaa ... . I I .Notice the location of this advertisement Whether you buy space in a newspaper or space in a building, the question of location is of para? mount importance. We pay extra for this space in order to command a larger share of attention, but the principle is re - versed so far as Equitable rents are concerned. The Equitable Building has the finest possible lo? cation in Downtown New York, yet Equitable rents will compare favorably with rents in any other representative structure. Think about it ! Lease* note bciny mode from May 1. 1915. The building, how i vcr. is due lo be completed J or.? months ahead of that date Equitable Building Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street j i g! ? ~ j NAVY LACKS PLAN FOR WAR DEFEN? Officers Could Only W; for Attack by Hostile Fleet. - Ti,? Trlbur.e B ;:<?? | Washington, Dec. fi. -The I'm States to-day possesses no p'.i.r., til general or specific, to guide the ofnc of the navy in the event of war a another nation. If hostilities were to-morrow, not a man in naval Mnriee, from the ranking ? I junior cadet a*. ? napolis. would know what plan of to follow. '?'? '.'?..:.:?. m of offence he formula under the i? ?advantage of actual er fare, and Would dencnd entirely on moves of th?- ei I probability b I I ? prearram plan of attack. The Navy Department ?o-ftav d. a fragmentary s tem deeigned to i I I al atti of any r?uch power M Great Brite Germany, Italy, or even R lia. The nearest approach to it li plan dcvi.sed by navy officers seve yean ago for meeting an attack ? by Japan. Poi the le ?en concerned chiefly with ; justing itaelf to the new regime a ? if from .? f..rre ???to a floating univei cording to a large group of naval o COT? who are counted among the let Ing spirits of the modern navy, carefully dovieed general plan of r tional offence ha? never been diecoai by Secretary Daniels with the boa Of the various bureaus of the Na Department. The series of articl now h] pearing in The Tribune i? cai comment among navy m htre. The era of ?ecreey as to na\ policy, which dates from the beg! ning of the "peaceful invasion" of Ve Cruz, has made it difficult to obta opinions from those qualified by th? knowledg? I fete the facts N'evi naval ofleen have opinior and places and methods of expre-sii them. The Tribune's articles have met wi the full approval of those naval o rho feel-that the attention the nation should be called tC the fa that the navy is falling into a state ir.ivfieiency w lion. Tl g?nerai thai th: ? ertielea publiehed by The Tr the promue.! ?m- Beeretai the truth about naval cond tna) become known. That ? i.een an i-ppreciab f;.'ihr.g off in the accuracy of I'nc - ? ivy gun pointers,a? pointed m in The I .ruing, and rh; elearly d ? r ,? tar| ? pi ad ice <>f the ?t by high officials of the N'av IrregvU target ?igned an i the ??o?icy of keeping s many ?-hips on police dut) et ver c rui the ?nd r The autumn practice ". ,th larg calibre guns showed fair accuracy, ac cording to one who observed the las tnrget shooting of the twelve? an fourteen on the drca. ?noughts an other battleships. The report of th actual averages of the big gt ni in th prai tie th I fall i i i mad public. ]? - ?aid '''i?t the compilatioi of the fina erebly longer thii year than laal be cause andei ;. :.? wlj grade o ? ; rig more elo ely through new in s'ruments. which rec< I ei ly th? ? ? the "i lal object. $7,000,000 FOR DEFENCE Vare to Introduce Bills in the Hodse To-day. I T. a".: r ! Philadelphia, Dec t.. F \e military dirigibles of the ' ' ' ? i type. fifty armen d automoh lee, ten I ?ioge bowitsen .rough sur vey Of th? il! o? the 1': ' I -h ? view to th installation of new gOM of the raeticable range and power, nr. I the item for whieh epp - are provid-d in tWU bvi-1 which be introdu? norrow by Rcpreeentativc vare, of thii eity. The two bills would appr?. $7,000,0011 for additional urn? and defenece. <>ne provides ftfiOO, ?eretani of War. the ???her $.'.oiio,000 for the Secretary of the Navy, Furthermore. Represent Varc w:ll tOnjjet If that t: ration make known the aCuul condition? in the army and navy at the time. The i.aval bill calls for twenty ?wept> five hydro-aero ? H r ? h . to be ?reel I ? :1 beet pro? mote the national defence. GARDNER TO*SEE WILSON Defences of the Country To Be Subject of Discussion. Washington, Daft I President Wil "?n will -tart th, ef rnr i . . . |on of Cei with di?cission? of the mil naval need? of the com try with R tive Gardner, author of a n tien for nn lnv< I and Senator Tilintan, chairman Senate Vaval A'fur. Committee. ? > have the kind of im by Mr Garda? r. but ?'? \ ??<? the ehusett? R? or? ?I ? r"a - po?ition. Senator Tillman will repon on h - lave I prtioa into the ability of building ? |eitlMM?tt armor plant. CONGRESS AGAIN IN SESSION TO-DA Huge Legislative Task Be Accomplished in a Short Time. iFrim Th? Trlbure H'irfau ; ".Vashington, Dec ?5 Under low ing political skies, giving promise nientary stnrra, Congre-s convene to-morrow ut noon to be ?ho avork o' the short ?ession expir by law on March 4. ltll >rd among the majority lead? ?litfprence? of oninitm between I? i.t an.; Democrat i? i I ???'. I ? ? faction on the part it tne I who WIBl ? feat in the I 'or economy ? ? a din* fir.anc 01 'he governrr. and th>- perpltxiag problem of ace? pushing a hurre < task ir hort i ? ':...-e pht of th.- . taatioa nrom trouble, and DtmoCTttl ar alike n?? hopiag than far an traordinary Mttioa wnen the morn: of M..rch 4 dawns. Whit ?' ' irres? will be sec forth in the messi which he will deliver bail - of the two house'' on Tues?i Th? House leaders, foreseeing com, rations, h'ive irred that CoBgTttl r. -elf to the passage of the ? ''r.derwf and Represantative* Fitzgerald a Sherley, of the !? -opriatic Committee, i wt this will a- mich as the House can do. The President, however, will prol blv ask for the enactment of the ?1 purchase bill, which i'< certain to n ??? trouble and oppotltion not or from the Republican* hut from soi Democrat! on both sides of the & I to) Stormy debate over the r.roposa! Inveitigatat the condition ? ?' eat made by Serator i,o<Lre ? ? '? lentativi (?ardnrr will prohal begin at the outset of the deliberate Of Congres-. Etat if the Democr? . ?ucceed in forestalling the u'tempt tiirn the light of publicity upon t rrtr.y and navy there will I c a ?o niscussion. Evtn if tht Boatt ihoald take ? I bit in its teeth- which would be t occasion of surprise, m view of t' fact that it ll made up of an txtraor?) t ary large number of lame ducks, wl Ei? inclined to attribute their polit Cal fortunes to the President and COI fie? ?self to the appronr'-it'on bill ? nate will have R ml ahead to keep it well occupied withoi h.-.ving any additional proh'em. sue a- the -hipping bill, thrust upon it f? ? on. The p ' the administration procrnmrar are in th of tht Senate commettes. The include thi ;ng bill and th u.-.ter power lulls, ?? I con si rvation measure and the Philippin Hearings '?ill he arra: ?red on al I measure? before they are re pcrted to the Senate. If is doubtful that they ?rill he tak?" u;? for discussion until after the holi In the mean time th* apropria tien bills will be eomir.g ever from thi House, and there is prospect of a legil l?>tive jam, which might set the cal I ons of the majority leaders ?wt] at..' smother the ttpirttioni of th? rank and file of both part:?- for a Ion, m mer. The fats "? the immlgratioi h i? on the Senate calendar hangs by a lender threa?!. With accumulation of administration troubles the chances for a vote on this ire have frown tteudilf lets? It is understood that the President and 'he major I are willing to let it i-" by the board, to avoid the dilem? ma pr. -rr.te 1 by the literacy '?? ' YONKERS ROCKED BY BIG BOMB \onkers received its t"r?t knowledge of the thrill* attendant upon bumb . iplotiOBI .?..ck last night, a bomb of tern" c power SB* thlOWfl lata the hallway of a tene . |g at ISO *>?> ? law st. and oded immediately. Nearly the whole first floor of the I . wracked and the explosion rocked 1 sate* i.ve blockt BB ? Piftj pant - were in the building, and an tBlitad e\odu< via 'he ! : cape followed the explosion. The building* is owned by Joseph Del Bene and the lower floor is OCCBpitd by a rtore owned by hi? son. The son, it is sai.l, is it. debt to t number of Italians, and the police are fact as a postibll cltw. The fluor of the building was blown into the cellar by ?M IB, and a wall, a stairway I sdows wet? HOWB out. The ?lainage WB| .i man was seen to run SB k] frem the build? ing just before the explosion. TO DISCUSS WAR DEFENCE Merchants' Lunch Talk to Be on "Peace Insurance." Henry I.. BtaBttaa, former Secretary " ijor General Leonard '? sad Mayor M.t, h? ! are ?nnour.. ? , r? at the next hi ng of the members' council of the Merchaal ?' iVisociatioa t! Hotel Astor a week from to-morrow. Is tl be tht It is announced that the ? no relation to nny movement to in - ,te the pren.irednes? of the ed State? to n ? but to inform htisin? ha? been don,- .mil win ' it ? ble to do to iti?ure the country | I again** ?ax. Bro.dw.y g>aks & Qlnntpany - **w In the Christmas Bazar?2nd floor Remarkable offering today of 12,000 Men's 50c & 65c Silk Scarfs special at 29c Not an accumulatioi of depleted neckwear stocks, but an immense purchase of scarf silks from several mills, and every scarf made to order for this important sale. ? The most diversified collection of silk neckwear ever offered at this price, and certainly the most distinctive. The variety is literally tremendous, a ver? itable labyrinth of color and design. But it is a choice variety?? variety wherein discrimination may choose at random without fear of disappointment. And every scarf in the selection is full grown, with the girth and gusto of generous lines?fertile, not famished; liberal, not lean?-cut in that big, broad, open-ended fashion which is the insignia of quality in better neckwear. Printed Warp? Silk Twill* Check? Brocade? Repp? Scotch Plaida Regimental Stripe? Black and White Stripe? Fancy Silk? Persian Silk? Pa.tel Silk? Silk Satin? Moire Silk? Staple Silk? Novelty Silk? Mogador Stripe? Ombre Silk? Ba?ket Weave? Peau de Soie? Polka Dot? Men's Initial Handkerchiefs specially priced today Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, hand-embroidered initials. V Value $4.'?~> Box of six Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, hand-embroidered initials. j? Valut $2.00 Box of six Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, hand-embroidered initials. Value $2.75 Box of six Sheer Cross Bar Handkerchiefs. Vah ~ S Box of six Cross Bar Handkerchiefs, with colored initials. / ? tlju ) Box of six Extra Fine Quality Plain Hand-1: kerchiefs. Valut ' i Box of six Satin Stripe Handkerchiefs, in burnt wood box?? . Valu 95c Box of six $2.75 $1.45 $2.00 55c 95c 50c 65c Smoking Jackets & Blanket Robes liberally reduced today Women may buy these and no questions will be asked. <J Tailored robes and jackets in a great variety of colorful patterns? reduced because we are planning to move the robe shop to another floor. $6.00 Bath Robes Reduced to. $7.50 Smoking Jacke's Reduced to. $9.00 Smoking Jackets Retinad to. $3.95 $4.95 $6.50 $7.50 to $20 Smoking Jackets reduced one-third & one-half. Important offering today of $2.50 and $3.00 Men's Worsted Union Suits at $1.65 ?J Aside from the quality of these garments, which is typical of the best that $2.50 and $3.00 can buy?the finest feature of these garments is that they arc the best fitting union suits on the market today, irrespective of price. They are made with closed crotch, and are cut and shaped to the figure in the making rather than coerced into it in the wearing. Both medium and heavy weights, in a hiph grade natural worsted. $2.50 & $3.50 Fur Gloves ' for Men?very special sale today at ) $1.95 ? Fur Lined Gloves, of gray and reindeer color suede, or tan capeskin, warmly rabbit lined. Also, fur back gloves, with lar^e gauntlet cuff, and .Teece lined. Splendid qualit) and an ideal gift for Christmas. $4.50 & $5.50 Fur Gloves at $3.95 C Arabian Mocha-skin Gloves, squirrel or rabbit lined. Large Fur Back Gauntlet Gloves, leather palm, fleece lined. Gauntlet Driving Gloves, leather palm, fleece lined. BELGIAN NEUTRALTY SAFE WITH BRITAIN Conversation of Sir Ed? ward Grey and Min? ister Made Public. London, Dee. 6. With r?f?rence to ?atiments implying that Great }< i : tain had ever cor't.-mp! ?tot viola? tion of Btlfiu neutrality, the British Foreign Orlice issued to-night a record o" the conversation ?vhrrh S;r Edward (?rev, Secretary f?f Foreign AM had with the Belgian Minister on April :. itis. In reporting the conversation to 'he ih Minister at B: .--? Bit K<1 ? ,rd GtOJ ?aid it had been brought to neimne?Me -hot these use appre _'!and would b, the tirst to viola- neu? trality Be pointed out to the minister that he did not think this apprehension could have come from a British ?ource. and he was sure England would not be rat to violate the neutrality of .m. What England had to con was what it was desirable and -ary for England, as one of the guarantor?) of Belgian neutrality, to Belgian neutrality wert violated hy any power. Sir Edward ccntinued: "For u? to be the first to vioi arc! to fend troops ?r.to Belgium would Germany, for instane?-. ? .!;r.g tronp? into Bel? gium. Also, whet Sft .?sired in the . f Belgium, as in that of other -. ?as that their neu ?;. should be respected, and. m Ll not violated by any other r, we should certainly not send troops ourselves into their territory." INDIAN PRINCES' WAR GIFT $4,000,000 !n Addition Relief Funds Have Received $950.000?Turkey's Action Deplored. London. Dec. <> Contributions by ruling princes ?-.! India lo the expenses ? now amount approximately to H.000,000, according to a te!.-.--am received fr.im Delhi. Thi sum n - from the Nizam af !!?. ?ierabad and tljUOJtOt from the Maharaja of Mysore. Besides this, about $ y ?0,000 ha? been subscribed to the Prince of Wale?' Relief Fund and the Indian Relief Fund. A further ?urn of nearly $150,000 has been given by the chiefs in the form of heavy motorcycles, telescopes and kin? dred equipment, and $120,000 has beer. given by Maharaja Seindia of (jwali wht has also presented a motor ambulance, consisting of forty-one cars, f,,r the use of the troops in Eu ro| |, ar.d ?s arranging for the estab ? nt of a convalescent home in i ? Africa. In addition to these gifts, many of the ch.tfs have presented a large num? ber of horses, mules and camels, and even their private motor car?. A hospi ?,! ih p, which i- ipltadidly equipped, her of their donations, the Delhi All the great native state?, the dis? patch declare?, have now expressed re? gret tl the Viceroy that Turk ?>? has . ! Germany in fighting Kr.gland, and all the ruling pnn?-e? continue to take the keenest interest in the war. Fire Autos for Downtown. With the renlacing of horse-drawn vehicles bv automobiles in Engine, - 6. 12 and 14, which will occur this morring, announce-1 ? i? madt by 'he Fire Department that engine - ?outh of ( hambers it aie novr equipped with SBtomobllS tire appa* ? < elusive! >. ^ KING OP ^s? ^ABLE WATERS Cow?rd Shoe -ata . i ?a? vrtj COWARD ExiPEsr Originited 34 years ago, by James S. Coward, for the relief of weak ankles and fallen arches. JAMES S. COWARD. 264-274 Greenwich St. N. Y. Stall ?Jrder? I ill. ' ( mai ?na? s araJuiT) SOLD .NOXX MLKL HUSH Sem? tor Catalofra?