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THE SON. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1911.
3 ADMIRAL SCHLEY DROPS DEAD MM s 0 H T r UTIf STREET An i rut is at oxce. rt'snrt Uurl In Ml Brum Hot l - HUoll Fractured n the farti in hi. Fair n .in RerognlMd gjalckl iiPn... ingThrniighToTin Hl s at f sreer. Rest admiral Winfleld smtt Sohw - -i fell iii forty-fourth street mot it - I Fifth avenue nhoui 1 o'clock ves -. -,; i AfttrnOOfl and died very soon after IM of Herman Snyder, a 1v' hr . al culture. A ruptured blond . pi..- i the brain had maimed him to pit. h forrd hie forehead Striking the curb. i fra 'o-ed skull undoubtedlty hastened V - : a' h. th" doctors said AbOUl thftt hour before Admiral Reh.1? -uid hie wife had reiumel from ; u.t Kiseo. where for three weeks they had been visiting their daughter ind her tfband R M SruaT Wort ley. Most I ' rummer Mr and M. Schley had v- At their cottage a' I.ak Oeorge. W) hJt (UM to town yesterday morn ing they wen' to the Algonquin, in West .(--urth street neat S,xth avenu. hit thy r'anned to stay there only until 11 waa tune to take the Congre.-e.onal United a1 3 o clock and go to their Walt ll st or home. fee minutes after 12 o clock Admiral Bch T lefl the.Algono,uin and went to the Ne"- or. Yacht riuh a few doors away, where he had been in the habit of Rotting h:s mall v.hen In town. H told his wife e would be back for luncheon. They ins"1! several friend as guest At the yacht club the Admiral greeted I few i ndi i ordlally, got his mail and bought .onv Cigars, 1'or a man who would have re'.ebra'ed his seventy -second birthday on next Monday the men at the club theugn the Adniir.-I was looking remark ably fit There was nothuig to show that advancing years had made him careers af hll rer.onal appearance, which in his rni:r cpr nevi! I riv. hflH oht MM f...- klMA reputation oi a natty naval officer. Stepping Out of the club the carriage -tarter sahited him and th Admiral -f.ln-d tnw.ird Fifth avenue Almost Tieai'e Sherry's he t ;med to cross the stre-- He w.is half wav across the h'reet when he peussd and turned hi h" w,is abaut to s'ep to th .rival in front of ihe Berkeley Ly ceum Theatre his face becaaia white and he staggered and seemed to crumple A- he -ent down his forehead on the r.ght side h.;t th curb. i forty-fourth street, the centre cf the rkli district, was rilled with th - il noonday hus'iing taiicaba and hurrying pedestrian Marvin Thomas, ., ";ri evater hoy. was siAndiiiR at the entrance to the lr'K-v building, that old man is sick.' h slid, but an .. a'f r call summoned him and ha an swered it As he got to the e!vator -haf' he met Snyder, wh. is n physical culture instructor in the building, and told him that thte wa a H-k man in rh ;treet. Snyder ru.ihed ou and got t the curb as Admiral Schlv fell Sn' der. who is strong, lifted the Ad miral, while thos? -hi had ga'nered epred aside. Snyder nsked them to help, but no one did. Charles Reck, a warn boy. ran down the rrci and told Policeman Clarke of ihe tr.-ftV squad, who was th Fifth aer. ie crcing With Clarke came )r E F Rrug of u treat Forty-fourth s reo' They were too late, however, for ih doctor said the Admiral was dea-i I'p to tha tim no one knew the r.atv dressed elderly man in ihe gray aack s.-lit The docioi- opond i h ctllar and on th shirt were the loite-s 1 W S S I' B, N Ihey we-" large, s ih lo'ters as th laundr-- r.n ,i ba'tle-hip would not fail to leogmr.e a once Bny.der s.aid t'a Admiral Sohle) bnrondadou ( ' iv or Ifwas sent to the ew ork achi 1 lub and Conimatider 3 D J Kelley, rstirad ho was there, f .'led :p lr - S, ble--a- hisoffif.. in tr..-.Bf,h I ,. ,. . . ., ,, ,, par"SHns ..r Admiral sa-nrs .n Von; nriou Dl Schley went to tne lg.-nq'.,n ondlt.-iat Admiral Schley was r uining awAv told hll mother that his father had been land thet by the manoeuvre he had en-str-k in the street. Later he told I dengerad the other veasela of the squad i .-- f i ii daih Then Dr Schley wen lo 'he Bast Fifty Bret stre"' police station whero the body id i er.o. taken Commander Kelley also rent to the station nnd communicated th Commandant i.eut - .n th Hro.ik-h n nd Admiral lieu tie had heard of - -.- th of Admiral Schley by thit tini, at 'I ... lie had been intornw! htt the body waa it a police station h aeni navy ambulance in nbarge of Paaaei V ani Surgeon H :fl. who ranks a. a Lieutenant, a t hief hoepital s'wa'd and t.. nrderllea to br.ng the body lo the R-oili;vn navy yard vl 1 r, the nav y am1 uiance wit h Surgeon " f .ot to the station Coroner Winter 1 ot'om h.td iaaucd an order for an under i i Iter lo remove the body to th-- Algon quin Bui when "h naval men catne itiiart Wortley. who was at th police 'H'"-n thought tint thev should take marge of the !dv. rhts an'anijmnt wai made afte1 little tilk with the 1 ronet and the body waa removed to the gonouin aboui 5 o'cio-tk Idnural Schley wore a gold nuggat ' r.; In and a button of the Legion o' dmoi He had Ml in his poiketa Thi ai h he carried hid thia inacriptio.i i'e ..f Man-lind ' th' Hop.rbo -'.eld Hcot' Hcniev, V H N . for ind lneMl')ra','' -romfnevs m escue of Lieut. A W .-. . I nomradei from dei .1 a Caps ne .bine ?7 gfl " Ph a in p''r tol I -or-.- of his reecue of Oreely in thu 1 1 said that admiral Schlev had ftcring from c.i'ri'is ii-r ly, ) - son Dr Schley, aaid thh wai n 1 1 Me siid thai the dmiral had been mil good heu'ii in addition to hi'o ,md Mr St liar I Wortley he i i fn, Cajit T V S.-hlc Mr - v.is Rebecca Franklin Of An- - and th" -.drniral married bar on 1 ntn 1 if 1 0 iKi I amngemeii's i"' Mi" funeral of 1 in it ti Schley have nr't bean fully com-' Hi- son sod l-,-' nigh: thT hS hi body would be sen! Fo 'ishtng- n the i" o clock it tin thia afternoon, a ineral aer ic- i:i probably h, t..morrow in tehfngi n Thi t wiN nk . Arlington, ' 'held Scott Sc a born on a ml lea trom .' Richfield, 'hr-' ' -i'U City, Md H aa a aon of John gianni V irginia i : " ad tr. t."' naw Oct oner 0 laM I Schley ard le; H'- fatnet 1 oung s iiy th- schooS nt Frederick. Md - ts.-vs h entered 'lis Naval Aeidemy ipolii He wet gra luated in liio it almost at the foot the cisa and instruct did not h '"1 lum In ni;h rn He go' many itntiw for .id trirk which did not most 'he approval ot tt)' Itagtriietors ' eJajsm t b ' ' o be popular ' auirnmant -a: with th ft ga'e S'isgarj - wtttlc water uoijnd the 1 : - flood Hope 1 11 'bis cruise that he got tr.e r.an.e H Pegg He had a vein emill tt.-t f ha waa pro-it a:i1 ne uaually patent leather saoei In order to .'. is the Lmii.ne hll foot he --; -,; whirs tyouaera mads -err large id bsggy t the knee For iva.iv yetr " . -n 1- I'csgT .Schley :idr.y nones are tola of Sciile-'a early BAVgJ career. Waen the Niagara returned from the far Eaat Sumter had been flerdupen. There were many Southern officers r, the Niagara. It is Mid that l apt. McKean got the notion that the men from the South might attempt t.. capture the Viagars When tt came t t.iking tn" oath of allegiance seve-al s iiithorners refused. One etorv had i' that . f three midshipmen Schley held out for ihree day. Then when the Niagara was coming into Boston, the f'eptain having told him thai he refused to take bis implied resignation as pVhlev s father was a strong Union man, vo ing S-hlo- came forward and slid he would land lv the North chley'a first command came about in tins fashion He had been made i Lieutenant and sent from the Niagara to the gunboat (iwasco. which Was gtUOhed to the gulf squadron, of which Capt, tlamea Alden of the Kichmond wes in command. One dav the i aptsin'e gig of the Owasco pulled alongside of the Rich mond Lieut. Schley walked up the ladder. "1 expected to see the Captain of the Owaooo " said Capt Alden "t'm the captain of the Owaaoo," re. Plied the I.ie itenant. rap: - - is i locked up in his cabin. 1 looked lum up. I runk I PUt him under arrest." ! "0;p' hack to vour ship." said Cap!. ' Alden. "and Ihe h'rt thing you do release me i n plain Then report to me in Ing that he is incapacitated by illness And now leapt Alden smiled' don t be iti too great a hurry to get command of a ship. Mr. Schley Lieu. Schley saw considerable service in operations on the Mississippi River He took part in the engagements which led up to the capture ofPorr Hudson, !,.. and he got honorable mention in special order He was executive officer of the gunboat Wateree until imn and then he served at the Pacific station. He sup pressed an insurrection of Chinese coolies in the fhinchi Islands in 164 and a year later in a San Salvador revolution he landed 100 men to protect the L'nited States Consulate. For threes-ears he was assigned to duty at Ihe Naval Academy, and then he took part in the Corean troubles in 171. A year later he came back to tho Naval Academy as head of the department ot foreign languages He was made a Com mancier in and fur five yeare ha was ot the. North and South Atlantic etations and on the west coast of Africa One of the thinss thai distinirii cho.1 i - . . " w" vbwwv .i in .-i-nipv m career was ine Partv in the north rv.lar r-nnna He was put in command of the .relief expedition and he found Ijeut. Oreelv and six survivors at Cape Sabine. He brought them laok and CoDgrees gave him a gold medal, the Legislature ,.f Maty land have him a gold watch -the one h carried yesterday end the Hu mane Society of Massachusetts KtSf. him a gold medal. Further recognition came from Preeident Arthur, who put him in Charge of the bureau of equipment ard recruiting He was made a Captain and lemained as chief of this bureau until l.j tor three years h commanded ih Baltimore. In the tall of I8l sailors rom the Baltimore were attacked by Chileans in the streets of Valparaiso nod some of them killed. Schlev goi word that the Chilean cruisers Kanieralda at-.d Almirante Cochran and several torpedo boats were about to attack the Baltimore In spit of the odde he deoided to give them right. He personallv requested a Herman and a British warship which were in tne harbor to move so that the range of his guns should lie unobstructed 'I hey said that thev would mo e with pleasure, but the Chileans did not apeai and the battle was on. While in command of th Halt. ma-. Schley took the bedv of .lohn Bill won II I the inventor, to Sweden. The King ga ej him a gold meda! After leaving the DBiiiumre no neoame a ngntnouse in spector again, and for a time he was in I command 01 the New lork In 19 he was commissioned Commodore and put in command of the north Atlantic squad ron. At once he became a prominent naval figure in the Spanish-American war. end as a reOUll of tne battle ot Santiagi there wis a bitter eontroveiey in the navv and out cl it by pr.rtiH.ina of Admiral Schlev and Admirel Hampton. Admiral Schlev was in command of the Brooklyn, which waa tho flagship of what was Known a the Plying Squadron. Admhntl Sampaon waa on his flagship the New York, when Admiral Ceivera in rinmjtid of the Spenioh fleet attempted to cs.-ape ir .m Santiago harbor on July n. istt" Admiral Kampeon had etatted for Biboney, several mil-s away, ty infer Wit.i Opii. bha't i of the American Li.id forcea Admiral Schley w ouudde of Santiago htrbir rii llagahip, the Brooklyn, mide a manoeuvre which afterward hMarne known as "the loo) " Tne friends , f ! cells vamirai iikv i,..io nint it wa. an 1 "vs s-r.-i.eg Wf.lle trie . luie r i . , ri r "if oi ine movement i oi s.-ht tew wrk before nr-rc pis. -nticised After three years, in which many bitler statements were made. Schlev who had t.co-re a (tear Admiral in lfK demanued . court of inquiry The court eonsisteo ot Admiral George Dewey, ohairnian and Rear Admirals A E l Henham end F M Kamaay . Schley s appeal for vindication reaulted in r general O .ndemtiarion bv th Court for his Conduct In the Santiago campaign, ihe members ot th court unanimously held thai schlev s conduct vv .s character! Bed by vaiotliationi dtla- tvt n..s und Utea of enterprise " the oourt was a unit m report! ng id vsrsely to Admiral Schley on his ieav ai Cenfnegos. the charioter of the Cienfuegoa bl-.i-kade and his diaobedb snoe of the Navv Department s orders to renia-ni.t Santiago. The loon manreu-. re , 'ttie oourt held, wns mad" to keen Ihe, Brooklyn from getting too close to me Spanish snips, and tha' this manceuvre I 1 a critical period in the battle endan gered me lejns causing her to st p and b i"k her ngines. Admiral Dewev made a separate report ; in wnu h he nid he regarded Schley as 1 commander in cnief of the Santiago tut , lie, hor this Admiral Dewey got a mild i rer.umanq trom secret irv or the Navv Long, who approved of the court'a find- I ing. ard liter President Roosevelt audi mat mere wis no romniander at the . at le. bul it was a Captain?,' fight rU hlsy Siiid h was glad that bt had had an opportunity to contribufi to a v ic-1 t ry thai seema large enough foi a'l of j US. I K.-bley appealed from th decision of tile court, siyint that th m"a' im I ortant question w ho was in command .1' Sin'iago'' had been ignired Kia rieil "as !eiiid It) 1 90S tie publiaheo a look called "Forty-live enrs tJndet ins i ii'g in one pert oi il ho wroti If tfie ba"le hre relatu, Yuri m's- cained or if through mismanagement i erieri or any of his ships had esoiped tha' day, Hi-r would nive been no dif ficulty whatever about who w.is in com mind or who would have had to h-ar the censure. I' i a certain in that event thai there would have been no effort 10 prove thit ihe Nets Vork was v i t hit i sianil diatance, no claim tint it was .1 i iptauif battle, oi any other of the sophi'trie 'hit were invented in the I aftermatr) of controversy about this i greii v ictorv i Admiral Chidwisk who waa Admiral .':ampson's chief nd-. n Santtag'.. 'e. 'ntiv published a boo!, in which he d anrlbad 'he loop a a "tine na al mi i reuvre." admiral Bohlty waa nn of ihos w.i believed 'hit Dr. Cok discotrered ihi north r"le K was reird from h tii service on October I. nui. v ti FVVEtfAi nn rj,ri -tv ll-nr Vdi.ilrals to Art sa Pallh-arers Air. Alcjer'a Tribute. '.' a?m..r. . o.s Oct, J - The sudden death r t Rear d-.ural WinflcOd 8c-itt Sehle L" H, N ret. red, a diat.net .-.----k is hit fiends in thia eity. Beore t of th N iv- Meyir serf a lettsr or eaadolen to Mr Schley ts ooon sa ie heard of the Admiral's death, 'rut he declined ta give out the rest of ins i t : r until tge widow rtocivct l I'he N ' Depart Mat began prslimi-i DAry arrangements to-day fcr an official i funeral It ia oaaumed that the inter. ' B 1 1 ' ! iKp "R ' I J IBKi a(H .1 ....ong,nal,F,r. ',odel4 r, til imam r-M m urn ia i-- -y?s , i m rsa urn t rrer.t will be at Arlington with military honors six retired near Admirals will ael rs honorary (allbearers rnd the funeral wort will c uisist of three bat 1 1110118 of infantry and one of artillery, (ttst "img Admiral Schley selected a lot in 'lie Ailingi m National Cemetery near that owned bv Admiral Dewey. Discussing vin.ir.'l Rchley'a death Seeri tary of the ngyy Meyei said Bv the sudden death of Admiral Schley the navy has lost a distinguished officer, one wb hat served since the ciwl war and hr.- filled many competent s-.sitions. Am rig them won his command of the Oreely erotic expedition, as chief of 'he bureau oi equipment, in command of the flvmg squadron and the Brooklyn In the Spanish we i and as l'nited st,.tPs oommlssioner to arrange for the evacu ation bv spii.i of Pi rta Rico and other Island' in the VYest Indies." Admiral Dewey said admiral Schley wa . v rm hearted, gal la it, chivalrous Advertising in 1. Advertising Service 150 Fifth Ave. at 20th St lite COUntiT haa loat a loyal servant, i have lost u dear mend "i more than flfty years standing ." Obkvrb, t ol.. Oct, .' Capt. Thomas Schlev of the regular army, sou of Ad miral Rohley, obtained leave of absence and left to-nighl to attend In- father's funeral, capt. Schley asya the last tini" he talked with his father the Admiral expressed his admiration for and pride in the American navv Capt Schlev lies been stationed at Von Logan ne.it hero since last .hily OBlTVAm . fir ilohn Rsarom, former professor of political scisncs st Williams oiiee H.id st one tun. president f the t Diversity ol Ttronsin, 'lied at hi- home In Williams town la' iiicuc of heart trouble lb i;a-ioni wa ill ony a fse hour. He waa born a ftsnon , N i . on May i . i-:7. end was sraduatsd from Williams In jstp He all branches 1 certleman eitennam I waa era l isted from the Andover Theo- loglcul seminary In ia.w and received the degree .t 1,1, P. from Amherst in Isa and from Williams in ts; From I''"' lo i s 7 he was professor or rhotorii at will lama, and front ivi i" last hewaa preatdent of the I ntvcrslty of vacottSltl From 1 SS7 until ISO), "hen lie retired, he was pro t..tir ol political science mi Williams He -i- I til Bllthor (,f msnv books on rhetoric, etlili-s, i hilosopli'. und tlieolog', ninons Mieni V riiiieKoi.iiv- iii lihetorit Ihe Science ..f Mind. Ethics the New Tho 'iier ' nnd "The Historical Intsrprstation t Philosophy He isaves a widow. Emma htheflleld Basoom two daughters, Florence Id..- mi. a geologisl a' ttrvn Mswr, and lis Jennls Bsscom of Willtamstowni and ti son, (leorgs Baseou of t'allfomiit Thomas Frantls Byrne died laal nlah! of rhronle gastritis at lu home. I Oh Keal Hsvsntt .eighth street , He s'ss senior mem ier of 1 1..- in in of Uyme A Uurphy, master piuinhers, who Installed Ine pluinbinc in ine Subway, ths singer BiilldinsTi 'he Whitehall UllllUing anil .ei.-nl nt the larffer new hotels He n p member of the Krlendly sons oi st. Pstrick, of the tienersl ttoelet) ol Mechanlca and Tradaa-im-n, of i he Antericsn irlah Rlstorloal sin il tv of hii.. ti Island, ot the nside srbt i I ilv of the (tatholic luh. of hi. It lie win a governor of the New Vork Athletic (.'lull, the Sat Ions I Democratic f'lub and of if., daceols 1 i"1', which at. the Tarn- men)' lib in hi" district, Mr Hi i ne m horn i:; thi ' it b. ia-. His wife, a slater of the life iluatlca .lohn Henr) .b( arthv, survives him wits le'o son- SiMnr Mat". Itoritla Boylsri, sho had been thi nrlncinal of Hi rrancis Xavier Academy in Hrooklcn foi siffkteen -ears, died on Bsturday m the couvent attached lo the ' ht.ri h in het aixtv-fourth es' stie loinsd 'he order ot the Blstsrs of st Jossph in iMia and Bad been sttachsd to rarioua Sthools in the Brooklyn diocese until the clOSS of her lile She labored in St .ianie Hlgt. School before her transfer lo St ran 1 cla Xav lei Aradsmi Behett Correa Walsh, an arehlteot, died snddenl at his homs vest -rdav in Morns- tnwn n i hs sss n his Afty-sTsth rssi lb waa born In Wath(nttoni P. v.. and was idticated a Ihe I nlversi v of Zurich, I Switsi land. He i- survived hyhsvMi'e, who was Miss Virginia Ko.se of Tarr lun, 1 end uu dsugbiers. XO COSTS f OW ATTORXEY BASH. The Tall Koran I llnrldu fount I'Ttca. Oct l York attorney. 00 ttlth Ihe Utile In , situ-, the Surrogate. Abrant I Bask, a New made an application to-day for costs out of the estate of An gelina V. Hailing "f I'tua. who died some years ago and left about 1111,000, and for some legal mullet's wnion are going on yet. The attorney had sue ceeded m obtaining a ruling that hi client. Sarah .1 Kellogg of New York, was entitled to intoreat from tho time the letters were Issued, "I assume." said he, that I will lie grun'ed a bill nf costs out of the estate." "Why?" asked Surrogate Sexton "My client has been lo tho expense of1 sending me here to establish her rights," ' he replied. ! "A'ery true, bul why should people who are not interested in your matter help your client lo pay you? She has won her point and will receive consider able more as the result of your effort.-, said the (surrogate Hrmly bul kindly I kiio. bin we .ne usually allowed costs When w win in a contest in New York city- 'I'he iii should go with the J hide,", preaistod the lawyer Ine tail doe not go with ihe bide in tins county any more We iia tin, custom here now of leitint the estates j keep He- hide, and In justifiable Instances we occasionally give the attorneys n piece ot tho tail." said Surrogate sexton . "I understand that there is a good deal of dehorning done In this oeunty, Mill l think thai I should have costs," sjid I the lawyer. "Ne; the iieople no- in:o;-esed in your points should not pay No coats will be allowed." declared the Surrogate, arid i the New York attorney aat down with a : 1 disgusted air. '.; r t-ixubersnt Itallsns Fined. Monti i.Ain. N. Oct. Eight Italian Americans whose enthusiastic endorse ment of Italy's war policy resulted in a fracture of the local ordinances were fined $.r apiece iii the olioe court to-day by Recorder Y'oai. The men gathered at Walnut and Foreet streets early this morning, sang patriotic airs and shouted defiance to Turkey. si'i mm, NOTICE). Tightens Her Skin Loses Her Wrinkles 'IgtSlll Siuial Mtrrnti ' I Aanitaj' tell you how easily anil uuickly ! got rid of my wrinkles, write ofci of our correspondentai While ill liOUdon a friend, ninth en vied beosusa of her youthful appear ance, gu-e ine a formula foi a home made preparation which ha, ihe sf feet oi instantly ilvhtenlna tka skin, thus smoothing out wrinkles and iur roare, ihe principal Ingrsdlsnt l pow tiered sasolite,. which i found could ha pio uretl a' dun atores hen n nun t ol sasollte i-. dissolved in a half pint ith hazel tftei batiuiig tnv fscs m tins hut inn" Ihe transforms' tlon was SO niarveleOi I looked vears younger Evg ihe deep trows test were aOn-led, as wsro the annoving ereaaea ahout my nv ' " aeema dii- heiilt ro belie' e that aaythlttg t.ould produce resultf IlkS there, but -ev ersl to whom i rscommenad the remedy hne lieen sinulaib hel',ied, including an elderly lady whoss check had t.ouie quite baggl '"