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"I I"" from Mr. William"," sbe siul; tVLPKPKH KXVM is HERE AND :t s BKKN smxixn flrt.v . He'll the Heart of the nnimlatinn Ciovern mml M lllrmlniiham. la., anil Najs ll'a 11 or I, lug Ml HUM Mptnr rtoar, Ilntkl Man, Halls to ..t a Joli. Culpaner Extim. who was Mivor of Birmingham, Ala., when that town took ri tlie OonnlMion form of government Itirl Who in now prenideut of Ihe commis- .,i.,.ri. e ssys.ne , ailffertng from writer 'i tramp. It aeein .hMheahiPpe,l,macarl.m,lorKoofmuni- rtpal tanda not oag ,, Bn,i . haa bm I ! signing thorn ever since he got here. lie Maya tliey are soiling well and he i isn't yet beeil compelled to murk down III price. We have !ecn under COtBtnlaalOtl f irm llnoe April in," nid Mr. Rium 0( ntrinlnghaUi'Md H aeematohava woi ked .; ill right. We haven't had any e- lierience working the referendum and Hie rci'ill yet. Sow don't ask me any thing about liquor m Hiriniiigliain." aug geated Mr. r'.xiim. "lt' come beck, und ws are getting noma UDn.oOO n jraar in i 'venue we hadn't boon getting while we had prohibition." ' he 'I ' oj houae-r. at the RltD-Ol'ttnn v is v.n int. an 1 it huaky looking man w ta appearanoe wna decidedly Hi hernim applied. T!ie houaokeepor w.ia m ii h impreaeed, -What i your mmr li a'. I. lplae Hi-." wa the replr. Tli" ,i'.ii'"-keeper thotignt at flrat he wis ''trimming" her, but Roe golerenly aaaeverated that it wis hkj name. The i ,..oppr thought that If he had been Mine McFadden or Bill .lonoa with thai. ; : -! rie he i"tght have innoxM the Job, but Mr Hose OOUMtl't ee his war r ir to changing hi name just to get a I 'ice. i be nnd the ho'iivekeeper panetl with mutual expression of admiration, Mteetn and regret. Half a doaan years ago ( apt Wilson t, Davennv usedv to "cover" New ork 1. -r-ls for one of the New York r.ews I ipers Having a chance t make money 1 ibandonad newspaper work and went '-st. or pjr of the way thither fie i hack in New York with an address al Pontine, Mich. He recalled yesterd,.' that at one time In hit career he hid sold mining stock and role! of t fhock he had tr.r Mher day at the Waldorf when he ci isiif - iht of a man he remembered he hai once known " s I lookel t can" iver m th i" I h i l 'ld 'h man 150,003 wor:h of Colorado mining stock ten years a.;o for M.009," Mid I apt Devenny yeaterYlay, "and thi I nid i feeling of guilt, f had for.ruten how the atook had oome out I rather thought thmm must have los' Irs m-in" ' bu! I got cit r my gsi' and want up ai l sp- ke !' my a irprls" he not nnfv re ljemhnrrd me but spoke pleisantlv. TTow abr.ut t'uit minim: lUH .t t sal 1 you?'" I Inquired ills race crew poaiUvale cheery, ' 1 hat atnckr he re:a-ol Whv. I ei I i meal l lu'er for N .a fi w ir; 'i of liond s nf the svno concern I hive been draw -in-. intcres, from them for te i rear s at ihc rate of f. per int. 8o tht i h ive go- so f.- r IIS.OOO for mv ivm and s ill have 130,000 worth of bind. 1 Ani heral Wae alin-st n'raid to go up to ape ik to him ' Travellers who have arrived at a hot"! pre.ious to th"ir wives have different methods of recording the arrival f lalto- Home write the name of the wife. So ne put "Mr and Mrs - before the name they have already rei(erod while not a siic,; in -nnd wife" in s-nili letters after their own nam" A new style woe developed by a huaband at the Imperial yeeterdiy, Wim h's epotie i twed Up he wrote oti hw regis ter "Mrs Cole, wife of It, .1. Cola." fur no mleteke h"a arjn over the identity of tns Ivlv t'nited Btatee Banal r T H Pavnter of Kentucky arrived al Cie Waldorf yes- terday, which tha Bonator finds is on the way between Prankfor and Chioagn vi i Waahln gton , senator Paynter is bound for Chicago, i thi.ik .Sonaior MoCreary is going i.e th" next Qovernor ( Reatuoky," sii I Benai r Payntar in ana war to a quetilon "lie made a good Governor forty ye irs . There is a good de.ll of inieriut be i'ig il;tn in 'h" camp.-.in The l.egis ature in my opinion will be Demooratii 'I n-r- is nothi ng in the oonduot of a:Tai-s Kepiitiuen administration in K s sv that would e.-ai to m to appeal I 1 temoorata in Km uoky to vote th Re r Mlloan iieei. Incidehta crowded thlok and f.ui' in t irr,tirin at the Waldorf yeatarday for b tune. Kor I retail CO, there was the man up in Vermont who write down to Inquire wheher the hotei aold me.'i lioketa and 1 11 ! 1 1 hat the local caravanatry di-pe-jisd -"- en for a dollar, The writer ...I whether, I'jppoeing he came down and ta.s'eii ,.f the Waldorf a oulalne and Iter laying In a supply of tn"l t'eueir, '1 addenly t go iiceu home, his s n Wlilio, wlio waa due to oome down hsrs 1 r tlx hirae siles ihis fab. could take up I is tu Re.;, where he had left off. rhen two of thi managers remembered that " tiny Pomeranian dog i.ad found its war into th tub In the steam laundry : narrowly eecaped i'iug weahed and ..' med. 'I he pom. so the -lory went, had I he to sleep in a l ed, und la uaeie WU Mr, I be ehamrrnmid had grabbed f7 '"r tnP Property ownera or ine pub Cota with the ...iicets and thrown Mf fO intervene in this c-aae. The rights iip binj iu'o a basket, whenie I had 'I men 'Ked into a tub in the launriry and i'" ,f'i jua aa the paddlui bad Isjcnn ' -hum. Hut for human interest one lid I refer ihe siory ol tiie koy Io suite I'ls1 ,, which was di.oovered after apparently iips of years, and ihe manufacture 1 f numeroue other siibetitiinis. and name 1 .-glit the other night in a sacond hand n in West forty eeventh sLrot. a ignt "vaiohnian. it aema, needed a I, and be needed it at night. wh?n i hardware itorea arc oloeed, but lis kiiew of tha second iiand shop in I riv seventh slieet an I went there to '1 wbel he wanted, f' ti funny thing." said the proprietor him, "but do j'ou know I have just . ..i ami ii some rues an old suit il lothea, und in the pocket of ihe --is 1 h.ivo found tno key to room at Ihe Waldorf. Ihe wutchman took the key and iglil i' to th'i hotel, and vesterday - '' the clever monilsrs of Mr. Holdt's 1 were working out ihe romance of inah who. sunk so low thai he had II lomueued lo part with his Ixist 1 "f Lloihaa, had yet clung to ihe key 'Ii- Waldorf, reminder of afThienor, III Hi- lime came when he could cany k. v no longer and hud reluctantly ' it go I h Information atlerk at the Plawi 1. up the receiver of the telephone. "Hello!' spoke a silvery voiw into his I wanl to si eas to Mra. Smith.' V)i i h Mrs. Smith, daurte? aled the srk "We baVO thirticn Mrs. Smiths in 'h 1 ee" il.. have you? How odd! Weil. 1 want to apeak to the aua. Bmith that haa i ' I os'l tlltomobUe. 1 ut, madam 1 at least aoven of our! omnoa nave auiomonuoa anewenng ; that description." Communication waa -icrnjpU'd. A stnirt looking French maid walk sf at least that is what the ulnrk thought sh aaiil He had the name of "Mr. Williams" rmokd for the next day, nnd M it uften happons that n maid .irriveH in advance of her mistress the clerk fired the Bitimtion up M KNtl and sent the maid upMiiirs to a room adjoininK the unite en gaged for Mrs. Williams. As exetetl. Mrs. William turned up (he next day. "You havo my room all right?" she Basted, "Vea, madam." sn, the clerk with OOF- mmf) ,nd mai(, j, , u)0re " My ma! ,p? h, , Wbai do moan? i bat. my maid with ma, ' fi i i. j p.. ...j Bo she was taken upstab to look into the r,wun occupied by the arrival of the day bfforo, a dress suit efl"c and a Jackal were v ielble "Why. thoa are not the tilings of my maid at nil." aaaarted 'he new arrival, and when the maid was found she waid that the oilier was not her tnlOtnaet, Thcti they got mil an interpreter from the dining room : nd established that the mnid 1h longad not to Mrs. Willlatne, who was eapeoti t at the Plana, but lo Mrs. William ion, no waa expected at ihoSt, Regis. AnMber Prentm maid who rrlvodaj the Plana lha other day spok- more Knglish. She wa acc itnpanied by a lot of baga, nowers, neons nno a I'omernnian l(;g Where are IB rooms for madarneV" :l e ask-d ' W hat name?" re I limed the clerk "I do n it ktlOW e name." was her re- iindT. "Coming over on M ship she was Maft'im Cunnipglu.m. b'jt she s'oppe:l in Hohoken to get married and I did not Catch ? nn'n" of monsieur." Tley gave hr a temporary room, and it Witaaboltt two hour and a half before bride ani hrtdacroom stnw-d up, and atarla learned tiie new name of her mistress. .sr WONKY ox PLY t NO Mt.ET. j Itre- lp'a thnnt mm ooo R iow Rapemei ninnlnes of the Vllrrs. tt wra s id yceterdf.y .hr: .- far rs could rw determined the nine dry a tvia- 'tirn riert the rss u Poulrvartl aero drome, whirh endrd on Sund y reaulted : in . less of rbout U '.fioo Timo.hy L, Woodruff, who managed he meet, a-id thnt the pri? money won I (.mounted to rbout $23.oon This in I eluded $?.ooti 10 he paid to Mile. Hlen : Dutrieu, ;he French rirwo-r.-n. of which S'.itii w.'s r giiri-pntce rnd !,'on w. s for '"xpenss The manager of Mil ii- j 1 ri ..! put in n oi-im for pri-c money . offend in :he events won by her. but Mr I Woodruff s id he und-rs'ood th.-; she waa I noi to receive anything above her ;:uar en'ee rnd expena s Mis-. rT.-rrici Quimby, m American W"ni"n fier. got r.wr.y with two nnn of 600 1 ch in of eee-noun try eventa. Mine ; ijutmuy woii.ii nave oaotured ;h world 1 j r.ltltudo record for her a'X but for e. mis- alic on the v! of an officii' of Ihe Aeo cinb of America , who rtT.chcd a ba.ro r'ph io her machine ;Iij refused 'o work Her own rn'roid rogiatored obou feet ,tnd she w.:s much die- appointed when sh deeoended to find Itnct the offloiel barograph had no! re corded her allitud" The Official record la he'il by Miss Matild Moioent, wno soared to e height of 1 tit fee, Miss Mcisc. ro, ihe Kod'c-ti Wanani.iker .trophy offered for the highee altitude made at the meet iy a woman Mr Woodruff s ,i lae niirht I hi the committee h-ti n; decided win; dis pceltlon will be made of ihe prize money which booatMM of jird weather wv.s no' won He a'ld that i h few etceptiona II of the ivl oi will compete in th sxhibitiona o ie held on Beturdai ud S tnd noi uite an nd niasion Will be chare d on Sund-iv nu prize monoy v. ol be offered The c.'rmni s of the men r viators were Ira lollowe: Bopwith M.UO OrJiixiie IWhit ; 1.900; Leiul T IV Witt Milling, ii o-v. Cap) P.. ni B-cii. Il .Sin; l.icul Theodore R'lvoon, S1.2K): Ueorge V' 1 Beatty, T.'si: Rugene Rly, 1750; Harry S ! A.wood i. -nd Liaut, Am Id! 1300 ! .If WIM I' iYIATIOS lit:i:rs. i Irgtunroti on iiiiiinciitm Igatani Inter frrenee i.ui irr 1 ntit Tenlay, ' ri,e motion for a permanaal Injunt : in, brought by Timothy L. Woodruff, repro aentlng the Sasiu Avia ion fontinnv, againal sheriff lie Mot: of Saeau eminty to prevent him from interfering with aviation rceetacn ".un.iay oama up ye- lav before Justtoa uarretwn In 1 tie Kupreroe Court in Broo'tlyn (Irout A Crou' appeared fur Woodrufl and Felix Reifachneider, Jr., for Sheriff Da Mott. Oeorga R. Cogswell ami Sam uel fcfaroue ked perm las ion to inter vne in oppoeing the n otion on behalf of ho Caihedrai of the tfoarnetlon en I til Blinday sei'tion of the Sr.c ; e- 1 e Committee of the Dtoceee ot Long Island respectively. They said that they Wa a not s'j". 1 'ha' the property ownera in tlie naignborhood and the religioua organ! a- ; Ions wouhl get a proper show in a oaae in which the n-iation nunggamant nnd the Sheriff were the onlv parties. ' I wish to say," said LgWTer Cogswell. ":hj: 1 notified the Sheriff of Nassau OUnty ilia' lal propoeasl meet 011 Sun- lav wes in violation of law and that :f .1 was not stopried our assooiation would ta ie Ihe mutter Up with the Governor. " If ihe ShentT does not do his plain duty." Justice (larretaon said, "you nave your remedy. I do no! think it neoas- 1 1 no iMir.iee nan ne aeiemunea wun the p.irtis ia they are." There was no argument on the motion for the injunction. JUBtloe (iarreton grunting a motion for an adjournment unil Ui-iiay at the requesl of the lawyers. MAIL RY AKHOPLANK. Oiliigtun to I arry Package of LettCM fur Chlesgn sml I e- tngelr. WAgBINOTOM, Oct. When Karle I,. Oving'on, ihe aviator, starts from Ww York tins week on hie aeroplane (light to the Pacific DOMl lie will carry a package of letters for Chicago and another for Loe Angeles. Poetmaator-Oonoral Hitch- cock has issued an order designating him aa a spe-ial mail messeugiT for the trip and authorizing the formal despatch of th" letters from the New York post office. To grant this authority under the law it was necessary to establish a special mail messenger route from New York to Loe Angeles by the wr.y of Chi ago. In Mr Hitchcock's order this route is numbered tinvn.il. It is the long eat mail tneaacnger route ever estab llahed. If Ovtngton ia aucceasfiil in making hia trip he will deliver one package of letters into the hands of the postmaster at Chicago and the other to the Poat master at Loe Angelee, both of which officers have lawn instructed to receive and distribute the mail thus delivered. A aneeial mail oouoh will lie purchased for Ovington'a use, as the pouchea are too heavy for the purpuae. Hie aeroplane will carry a small sign reading "United Btaten mail." Postmsstera along the route of hia tlijfht have been instructed to give Mr. Ovington every pnaaihle assistance 8wtn Oeatsear oalos ot Freab Beef la .New York dtr for the week andlae Saturday. Sept. to. sveraead (.te sen la per pound -Adt I an I njlii rnr i(initAiM oLAttUn NJK AUDUbUN o HUWti BOY ttOOl) lit si in s et: rorxn. m r Mir ms niiti tin a t:. e Orleans. I librarian Hai laai itrmmeii I'rmii a atMliiei tn llnt'iiii) In. eartherl iirnnlnga af Hei ne of Kafl ni-rlts A llelleof the I'ntif cilera-y . William BeOTi librarian or the Howard Memorial Library of New CJrlim.s. who spent the summer in r'rnnre looking up the early history .r the ornlthologtat Audubon nnd Inotdentalle aMrnhlna Irbrnrtei nnd muaeumi for early Amerkain literary treieuree, stopped in Mew York last week on hia way home to rlfdl rellow oolleotora .u the Droller club and to re- count the meaaure ol hit attci The ' chief trophy of his hunt for erlv Allied- vLk L.Ls , . Z? " Z" "V"'"" r' 1 11 pnotographa or aketchaa made In lata by Charles IjCatlCtlr, the i n rich I latltial and i collector, wno wna in Amerleo from iho , to i-:''! visiting N tw Harmony, Ind. Mr. I Beer succeeded In Hndlnai tha hnvhrwxt 1 home of Audubon and in learno g immv 1 new facis aisuit the great ornlthologtat, I bin ne waa dlaappointed In Ihe hope of.l finding early American book, espcc'diir iiiosc puniianea in iiouisinnt m- eaya , that rhadnet, ihc grsmi French dealer in i Amerioan booka, t Id him th:t I nropeis ; now, almoel ti.ire c.f American hcokeof for it from the picture oomnany In whoaa early date, all that ore known to havo hwen employ he is it is poaalnle to get a- I Collected having been purchaaed f r iheir,u,,' my srt of auto on hire, from the creii llbrarlea of this country and e H-jfK. 'fVJ2& ."1 1" ,,," k'"rr' mnebout. -in , . , ... " Unit ii dia.-emitnbic machine for nomedy elallj f.,r the leno Library. ploturea is not to N. had unleee it comes nut l-eeue'ir a sketches almoat nommm-1 In his and the iiimcto w.m even sate 1 Mr Boer for tbia dleannolntment i He found aeveril hundred of ihnm, for the moat p rt depiotlng life and tcenery on the Jfisslfstppl The fn litr-s of the k"-1. m ido them appetr liite ngrnv ln . he 1 iye .mri showed that Laattout1 p ...... hI pencila of a hardnesi unknown to our 'I.-, sixif the copies whkh Mr B '. rough! biek are views of viigara. Wh! h (ire especially v.aluatile sir.ee I hey ire ditel r.nd show the changes which hav aine eon k"n plaae in the rock formation! Laeueur'e vidt. The-olec: on also ns many porfraltt of peraens prom- in-ni in thai inv On h;s wiv to se.-k for Audubon's home. 1 Mr. ltr atopped-or n 'ew days Port j Rime, where b visited Prof. AtMtole le Rrv Whom ha Od Ha "the best loved of the I Bretons," Mr. IWer went with the pot- novelist to Plougaetrel to see ote of (he r ardors of which Prof Bra has w itten I to ehirmlngty, , "It was a very interesting 'ight.' said Mr Tver, "hul unfortunately mosi of the partioipanti ended the day aaleep 'o an o'. eral .sorption of cider." ving It wis th- month of pardons on Ins wav to I ,orint h aw hundred of women . - , , . , , , wearing the oolffe, of whir l, he found over i hun b-e I patterns In tbemueeum at Cerhalx. M Ijo'lent Mr l'"er vis. ted the icena of th great onterprtaea founded by John . . , ." . i-s-v which mr- dleaater In the bursting of theMiaaiaelnpl bubble, The buildinga are now use 1 for one the laree f arse ise I fol nals of I-' rune". Through Ihe oourteay nf Admiral Leygue. commanding He re. 1 Mr, Beer was all. .wed aces.-, to the ar- chivea and diaoovered among them th" 'original ship's pepeTk of the first vessels which ca rried to the newly created Loulai- ana tlie Prsi settlers !'rom Lorienl Mr nv-r )ourteycd t. Nantes where he hoped to find aoma daces of Ihe early life 1 f Audulion, "1 he Amerioan Conanl had inte seat ail iliimse!'' in mv liehalf." nd Mi Beer, "and ii ni eroueed ihe warm sympathy of the chief of thaNatural Hlatory Mil- iim. Pro.. Louia Bureau, the omlnenl 1 omithologiet, He had pmmieed blm f'sf for twenty year to make 'he re , .-.c.iri 1 whioh I had in view end W delight) 1 ei the opportunity or 1 fellow worker." 1 iooompanied by Prof. Bureau'i nephew, an . ln-ate 11 ph. lographer, Mr, Beer went down the Loire, where he w is Intereeted to obeerve thai jeftlaa auoh a arc uced to control the Mlaaieaippi are being built Prof, Bureau, who had been revising the I xoological map of the departniynt, had secured n thor iugh knowledfTe of the tonography of the dialriol and had been Oblo I 1 sur'esi the probable spot win re Audubon's early home, known from it'jo under Ihe name of La Ck rbctterc, would be found. ft.- soma e;! iration of the conutry slde Me, Beer and his companion oroeaed tlir High tae atubbls of n wheat lU-'d und ol inbed a hill, n whioh thev found the houae thev were seeking buried a nod a donee growth of trees. The houae was a long, low blilding two si. -ries hljth and pierced bv live windowe in front. 1 w.i approached by wide lerrnoe with i-vo sieti.. On tha steps sit a peaeanl woman who told Ml". Beer thai she an 1 l)rv husband, successful sin ill farmers. ' (' purchaaed the rdaoe for the sake of the Jiirrounding acres. The house had 1. of been occupied as resilience for rn my vear "It was there. " sa'd Mr. Baer, "Mia Commodore Audubon brought Ilia sm. j uVIr.i -bones Audubon, abcu I .'sS. and. there he lived v ritg his too iudulgen; atepmother until be went to Pnris to1 ' sliid' 111 under I lavid Mr Pwr's hosi. Prof Bureau, (a re lated to the Roaler who accompanied I Audubon to Paris and became his partner ; in hi? varioua unaucoeaaful bualneaa van- lurew The connection between the ! Po.ier family and vounR Audubon was ' very cloae and the neeoendante of Rodher, Mr Beer says, have manv of the urtist .ornithologist'-, letters which hive no? 1 ' . , ,1 'yet been publiahed and which he was' ''.v ,lh" Hamburg-Amencari liner Presi . allowed to see 1 dent lai'e !n. for Plymouth, I herbourg I These, however, throwno light or. Audu- n'1 Hamburg bon's btrihplaoe, which is known to he! '' "i Harrington. Dr.. Irvine Per- , ET wi. . o 1.1 r rill. Mrs 1. A Uuiinlson. Mm h vs Evans Xi.7y.JS,iVn B. s Whipple, prof Hchmldt-War- .... ..... -. t 1 I want -uuuooo pil wru- inn pa s-.irce . ns thev are now a fine siieclmen wa- I ollJnuuH l.efo... 1K0 shoo of n I. in New Orleans A woman pained to s,v lON0OH, Oct, I. Mrs Bessie Han look a' It . and to her t ho dealer remarked 'r''i Ruaaell, daughter of -ho late Major that it was strunge that no one knew Kugeiie A llsncioft of this city, and Major ihe birthplace of Ihe great man, She Randolph Carter Berkley. I niied Mtates smiled and replied "Audubon was bom Marine Corps, were married here at It on a finthoat in the Mississippi not far.Lo'rloek this niorninu ; fit . ilutnes's Rpieco from here" Brfore the dealer could pal Church, the rooter, the Ke . Philin M t ... 1.1.. ...... I......... 4 ... . 1 . mm , ., .... .... lion the hource of the woman's informa iwooor i' ins eaiuiimiuiemi wiu uutT- tion or lenni her name she was gone In Pgria Mi Beer met Henry Yignniid ! who win- secn iary to Mason and Slidelj. the Confederate commissioners, on their mission to Kuglnud during the ci . il war. 1 and whn never returned to tliis country and is still "1111101 oust ructeil at the age 1 of K: In rOUgh Mr Vignaud'l aid audi 'that of Mr Blanchard ot th Aroarioan I Emhaaay Mr lleer was allowed 10 1 i'V,:T;':, 1 $ rrntvmvy- i where he found much of Inlerex con- , corning Kbervlle and Audilbo . audi j their relation to early American history. He wum unable to continue his researches us long lis he would have wished, but he 1 I says tti.it the historical sei itJOt) nf the .Carnegie Institution is "tively engaged 10 Hiiiri mis; w-vwwj avrati 01 iiiioi uiui ion u .ew i ors ai ino noiei nomerset nils . relatinc to these two pioneers 1 evPning Ihe bride was atteoded by Miss 1 In ihe library of the arsenal Mr Beer It era Htrirklaud. her sister. Euiie Jaeksnn I found 11 inanusci dpi poem written in Isu-, of ( hii ago and Hthel and Vera Htrieklanrt Isiiuia in I71H by an unidantiflad IXimont ' ?' Jy1' Park. III., eotialna of Miaa Strlrk--Iliiioriiinatelv " siii.t fr n,,..r , laud, were brloesmaius. t harles Newherrv L-W-I XJSL asSn' 1 " of New York was the man The ushera ; groat length of the poem. 4,m lines w.re Irving Woolworth of Chicago, Ross is hsely to prevent lis lieing published 1 Surdam of Scranion, a brother of the brlde- 111 DiiniBu, 1 " , 1 it lutsiy pvrusai 10a me ro helie. e thp.f exfrnels ncc mnAtiltH h. ri... 'fifty original colored drawings would make an interesting Dublicatfon." i an books Ih Prance Mr. Beer aold that a gooo many years age lie aearcnexl trie neighborhood of Paris for a large col lection of early American hooks whii h wa known to have Ihmmi stored at one time in one of the municipal buildings, but all tre.ee of which has been lost 1 lie tory of Mr IVer's search was told in III BtJH and some weeks Inter, when be had returned to New Orleans, a man evidently in a great hurry rushed into the library "Are you the man mentioned in this article''" he demanded, flourishing a Copy of THF. Hti.v. Mr. Boer said he waa nnd the man continued: "I want yon to tell me all almut that lost library I have a son who is going to Paris and he'll go to the devil if he doesn't have something to do I'll set him to hunt for the library." There was nothing that Mr Beer could tell his visitor which was not contained in the interview in Thi: Si h and the man, after giving Hi name he was a prominent rnilroed man hurried off to eat eh I, train. Mr. Beer said that it Waa 'he onlv time I !? Bfe "M'rienoo thai hunting lost ries nan ever ieen suaoeated for a libru- young I rha'a salvation and that he didn't know how it worked out At anv rate the , librurv is still lost i ni: Toru s i hoi r ron v. 'ITie man who turned his old automobile engine Into a vacuum cleaner did not fan ns well rs the mm ion picture stage til rector who wanted a new runabout The pireni would r.llow him bill $?OOon (he old one if he traded it in. for it was a hobo i r j rife. I tlolli . si t he 1 1 : r. . I., i turn,. I i,. ,..r rtlUnMtlMi , tim in-iniea ror ins 'lioiii;h;iulns in sug fr:. mg 'he dec I "No fgvor thnt a New York hotel man is nsked to confer upon his guests is so absolutely iise'esi aa a letter of Introduc tion to the keeper of the next hotel they expert to put up at, yet il ia a favor fre quently requested," a hotel proprietor said. "Many men unused to travelling attribute extraordinary powers to a let ter of introduction. A person who ner- haps has never lieen Kast before contem- , Plates a trip to Boston after seeing New l? JJt'iyi?VA"ZTtL"fr same way he did here, but having sient a week in a New York hotel he imagines that a letter from ihe proprietor will secure him additional favors Of course it will not, but if he is a decent chap we ex I end the courtesy." The man si, id "We have made an important domestic discovery It is that the same large rug th't will oaeotiy fit our parlor will exaotly lit oi.r dining room Asa ronso- qnence we are going to move the nig that lias lien in our parlor into the dining room anrl get a new rug ror tlie front i M3r.,h fl'l ' eeem to see mi ei -tless procession ol ruga from the paror , ,hdlning room. ;md I am lust I a bit afraid that the convenience of the 'Iiing is going to ie more than enunter- balanced bv the too facile wav in which mv;rife," K most every vear on the ground tiiat the one u'rendv in ,,. nrim will do beautifully at the back f tha houae." USKH TV UN KB CHVISKK. Ilfuisi-hlaod. a the letorla lailse. w a I'leasurr Haat. The Hamburg-Aiiierienii liner Victoria Lulae, formerly the record holder lle'itMch land. which arrived last evening from Hamburg, Moulhnnipton and Cherliourg and will docs this morning, has Ikvh re iiKMii lled and reenginad and is to ba used in the oruiaing eervic f the line s'.c has now a speed of 1; knnta, which is six iss than when atie riew iht racing pennant of ihe Atlantic, and she will carry onlv fliait cabin paeeengera The main dining room of tic stup will accommodate all her voyagers at a silling and the new promenade deck rune from etem to etern 01 ok.'i test Ihe k toria I. use is the first lug liner equipped with tin1 Krahin anti-rolling teuks. whioh oountomul rolling sue ill sm 111 tiet first cruiee, aeventy-eighi .1.1 to the Mediterranean, on Januni y io, nil, ami will atari on Her Bret around be World voyage from this port in Novem ber. 1912. ROIMIRHH'H MACHINE HM ASH Ell, III or Mtlgtttl) Hurt In i ros hnl I pie I In Indiana. Hi n'tinuton. Ind., f)ct. 2. C 1'. Hod ere, the coast io ooael aviator, is here with a brokanm lohbiaandalighi injuries results of a fall this morning After 11 night's rea Rodger at ii'jo raaumed his (light from a field half a mile toil til of here and had jest got into the air when ihe wind whipped his mach.ne out of con trol and it dived to the ground. Both planes were liadly 'lamuged and tha carrying wheela twisted and brokoil, Rodgera was slightly Injured, He will no' lie able 10 resume his flight to-day. The special train which accompanies Kodgers had gone on ahead but turned back at Clear Creek, and the mechanics began Planning repairs from the outfit of parts carried, The Meageerf. Sailing to-day by the Holland Anion, i liner Nieuw A1n-.1-r.Hu1. for Plymouth, Boulogne and Rotterdam: Mr ano Mrs. O.Johnaton Bratlili. the 'lev and Mrs Rlkll BithOp, William Burton rrench, Count Uulgl Provano, Mrs Sydney '! hsyer nn'l i,eorae H gtoddard. raaaiiiigeii by the North German Lloyd hiier Knsier Wilhelm II., for Plymouth. Cherbourg and Bremen VYillanl BlOUIlt, Mrs. l.eoii Ahlitt. Huron Hv, pr, and Mr C. l.uders. Mr and Mrs c B l.iker unit Mrs William li. lif- fani cenoara ano me ev umt Mrs. .1 0 Stout , , llePhle Hussell. iverriniie, omi aaitna ins nriaa was niven away by Robert M Boyd, Jr.. of Mont' lair, V ).. a hreiher-in-law with whom Mrs HUeaell and tier child have lived. Mrs Boyd, a niater of the I, ride, sus inutron nf honor, end ihe nesi man was Capt. L. K. Mills of the I 1, ne, 1 Slates Marine Corps, stationed at Newport Following the cere mony a weaqina oreaicre! ae serveo ai the Mohican Hotel Maine ami Mrs IterU lev lefi this noon Pir New York slid Hu Delaware Water Oau, After their Kqney- 1"',"! ",ev '"' f" '" ;: Newport .where Minor "-r7 .Jr lag ls a whlower and has one child, Nurdam - Mfrleklanil. BOBTOg, Del. g, Miss Haiel tillrlll I Strh klund, daughter of I). It St rick hind of Brookllne. was married to bonis .1 Niirrism I arooni ooorte 1 nsawirs 01 1 roviaence. Leslie :sii i kiunn. a rnomer oi me nrine.and H"V uw"r'u'5l0f1 lhlS'rV?' A recept .'WrJI! reception tour New York, where they will moke their noma MARGARET ANGLIN IN COMEDY PLAYH IN "OREEX STOCMXfiS AT .IflTn STREET Til EAT HO. ew lleparture ror an Emotional actress Role Thai of en Kngltb Nplnitrr--lietigtiifui Work by the mar-The I Legend of the "llrern fltorklnga." Margaret Anglin, who at one time ' threatened to restore to our stage that j now olisolescent figure the emotional nctress. appeared last night at the Thirty- ninth Htreet Theatre. She was seen, , however, in quite a new light. (Jeorge j Tyler hits lis! Miss Anglin from the melan choly trail of the tear prcsjucer into the smiling ways of comedy. Such varied talent are not unprecedented in one i actress nnd Miss Anglin' new incarnation delighted her audience last night. There were no green stocking on view, for Mi Anglin has not yet. departed so far from her former style. In spite of the theatrical pressure of the times, which I suddenly transforms actors into singer I and vice versa, it doea not seem likely that tins popular actress will lie seen in musical comedy So the present connec- ;tion IsMween her and green hosiery must j l explained. I A. K. W. Mason ia the author of this I three net farce, which haa a spinster j heroine who three times haa drawn on, at the weddings of her younger aistera. I the green stockings which in accordance I With an old Knglish custom are worn on such festal occasions. Aa ahe le tired of j posing in the light of an old meid before . her family and no suitor exists, ahe in 1 vents one. She namea him Col. John 1 SmiM and informs her family that Imme 'diately after she had accepted him this i future husband waa compelled to follow i his regiment to Somaliland. 80 she haa only the consolation of oor ; respondence One of her letters, addreea 1 ing him by the tender title of Wabbles, i is found by a aister who puts It into we- 1 ..mi, ..in. 11 i.v in,- am 01 mis aua gentle boost from the long arm of co incidence carries it to a real Colonel of the same name in the same region. After n while this fictitious romanoe becomes ns trying as her state of spinster hood had formerly been. This supposed lover muat be got rid of. He haa become a bore. A death notice inaerted in a newspaper seems to settle the matter, and the old maid of the family feela that so far as she is concerned Cof. .lohn Smith 'of Snmnlllahd has censed to exist. She ' had not counted, of course, on the ap- , pearanee of the actual man of that name Who had received the letter sent by her 1 sister. He comes from Somaliland to seek her ; , however, and it is neceseary to pretend ; that he is a friend of her departed fiance ; He stops with the family long enough to j make Ihe lieroine confess 'hat the I'uMi : to whom she so endearingly wrote never (existed in reality and was only the crea 1 1 ion of her fancy . for whom she cared much k-ss than she does for the real Co, lohn I Hfhilh . So in ihe end the heroine has no ! ground for fearing thnt she will have only the memory of taking part, clad according to custom, in green atookinga at three weddings, as tier own is in sight. Mr. Mason's f..rce began drearily with a long first act. which is perhaps aa nur ' dutiable as all pool first acta may be when ! they pave the way for aomething really good to follow. 80 the beginning lif ( (been Stockings" was readily forgiven. V ben the second act begau theru hail necn created an admirable farcical situa lion. ihe imaginary dan had been cut off 111 his prime by a death notice. Her relatives 1 ondolmt with Ihe heroine in Ini loe. Ihe humor ol tins posture of niroumatanoea was of course increased by the arrival ot Vol, Smith, who had got ihe i iter and was determined to dlaoover what soi of a oerson the writer was In his rapacity as nearest friend of the deueaeed he stripped himself of his jewelry mid trinket to shower them aa souvenir on the haraa rnd hemme (lom he knew to lie a fruud. This made ' capital tooling, which was made mora ! delightful by the easy wit and polite humor of the dialogue. This sieech ' happened, moreover, to lie written 111 uncommonly good Kngliah. which was none the leas appreciated liec.iuse BUOh a quality is mre.' More polished farcical noting than Miss Anglin a id KeeVeo Smith provided in their Various encounters il would captious to demand. Mism Anglin made the transition lo quite a different style of acting with! almost complete success. There were undeniably minutes in which u lighter touch would have suited the mo, si of the' H.Hiue better. Hut il was In Ihe lirst act ' that tins deficiency was chiefly noticeable. 1 and iis long stretches of meaningless talk would have ta -veil the methods of the lltool accomplished comedienne. Her keen aenaa Of the humor of everv ! episode, her mock seriousness and her lack of exaggeration after the Brat net were perhaps the principal elements In her success Yet it would be unfair to overlook the importance of her per sonul charm and bur complete technical equipment, Miss Anglin is a mistress of tha resources of her art and that was 1 never more evident than in her essay in a i new or. at least, an iinaccuatomed field. Ihe merriment of "Oreen Stockings" 1 was continuous during (he Insi two acts and tiie smooth acting of Beeves Smith I waa an admirable contrast to the more exaggerated inethoda which the play' (inevitably Unpaged 8 aome of his asso ciates. Maude Granger's hysterics : amused the spectators highly and in Stanley Hark. Arthur Lawrence, Ira Dawson. Wallace Widdeoombe and Oer-1 , trude Het7, there were actors quite capa bie of embodying the curious specimens! , of tho British aristocracy which Mr. j Mason had substituted for real characters. Miaa Hitz aa the youngest sister of the green stockinged heroine played with especial ohartp. Helen Iangford and Ruth 1 Boucicaiilt were decorative details of the two attractive Inferiors thai 111 A I ill. . 1 revealed. Such n union of bright farce I and polished verbal humor has not lieen ; offered to the New York public in vears. NPF.rill, MTH KS. Complexions Flaked Off At Home (Irnm Pilgrim Msgatlne I The girl with the poor complexion complains, I have to touch up my I cheeks. I am ssllnw and a sight, and only my makeup saves me." Now, as a mailer of feet, more WOtnen spoil their good looks than im prove them with cosmetics The prac tice certainly is unnecessary, now thai I the virtues of ordinary ntercolly.cil I araj as u heauilller have become kuosn. It has heen found that the mercolldii in the wax has wonderful absorbent powers. It causes tho faded or dls- olnred scarf skin to Hake off In minute, almost imperceptible particles, no gently, gradually, as tn cause no Incoii- , a, , .a uf all In ittiu SMU ik ..I I complexion is actually removed like wlae all fine lines, pimples, blotches, I moth patches and other surface defects I A new complexion appears - a c lear, smooth, youthful, healthy-lined skin aucb aa no palm, powder or lotion can produce. Mercollzed wax, to be had at anr drug store. Is applied like cold c ream . IRISH BOOKS. Kaorknagow. Willy nellly. ay sfagulre. l.mmat. Irish Speeches FHaTT, Messrs, Htrper & Brothers beg to express their appreciation of the reception which has been accorded The Iron Woman by MARGARET DELAND This most important work of fiction published less than a fortnight has achieved extraordinary success; and from the reviewers of the coun try has received unprecedented praise. TrtnW flflaare. ffrw York, ggyaagaar x. uii. wm j FST EDITION 50.00. Author of "A Little Brother of tho Rich" the book that amazed tha country with the doings of the idle rich. REBKLLION is big and strong. It is a story of everyday people in everyday life honest in its purpose dealing impartially with the heart-breaking subject of divorce. Despite its many stormy scenes and dramatic climaxes it is not a book of woa and grief. Joy, sunshine and humor mingle with the pathos of the story. It holds you tight and makes you think. Sold Wherever Books are Sold. Price $1.25 Net PublithtnThe Roilly A Britton Co. Chicago Tongue nf I'laiue Irnm furnace Hour aicnt's i iri-iitan. Joseph Sinimis, B Unman in tlie River street powct house of the Ihihlic Service CorporaUon in Newnrkwaa burned from bead to fool wbileaVwork yoataraay. He hud (luirge of one of ihe furnuces in the boiler room and while working al the door that of the furnace adjoining opened nnd n tongue of Name shot out und enveloped him. lie w.is taken to the City H capital ni. .1 will probably die. His home i at M River street. DistilVJ by Scotland's anrientl Pal-Si.il method and tiered lor I tea years More being bottled. It takes a;e and punty (o make real I Scotch. You get both inCilbry'i Spey-Royal. At all leading Cafes and Wine Stores Booksollor. to tho World ICATALOOl'K FKKE. HF.nTAHO'S i Ave. and true at. New vark INatTHUCTION. tur lilrls and Young Istillet. Ehr Crrtr 8rlinnl SEVENTEEN EAST SIXTIETH STREET PRIMARY DEPARTMENT ACADEMIC CO U XI I COLI.PGK PRKPAKATORY COl'RSK DOMFsTIC SCIK.NCK FINE ARTS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER FOURTH THE SCUODER COLLEGIATE SCHOOL M w 1-:st w.i h st. Opni on. , Mini, ttohool for (ilrlH only Klntlcryartrn, PnflllklVi Qrm DIM for (i'rls ;nii Hon k. i'ri'pifK for (iigtiu-, Klltl College t'ti. lu.iiv MYRON T. BCt'ODKR. Director. THE SEMPLE 241 Central Pirn Wilt. ear. I4tl St HoAnltnn: nnd :i. v.. ti.--; y .ii Colli gr J'rr parator . Spn lnl cUuCfl Rfopcns Oct 4th MMtaiaJ Institute of Musical Art f thi City of Nfw York. fHAN'k Ii 4 vi ill si ii, iMrertnr. An tlndnweil Nrhnnl nf Mutlr. The opportmil lies of the Institute sre Intenieit only for ttudents of nsiursl ahHiv nph an rarn eal purpose to do Mrieilt work, and no others will tie accepted. TH aperatlc department will be rarrled aa la iln- affiliation with tlie Nelroiiolltan Opera House. Kntrancr etamlnallon Sept. 25 to Oct. &. Foi eataloanr and lull Informalltm. aildietB Boi agg. lie Isremont A.enur. r fork Mlscsllanaoas BOOKKEEPKH5 guarantCMt passing of C asms. Frank Druaker. C.l'.A., oo West 2. W'est 2. .a su A. Has One a Right to be Happy? Is marriage sacred? Is divorce ever justified? Should those divorced feel free to marry again? Should Churches decide for the individual? These problems are laid bare In the startling New Novel Rebellion BY patterg0 IWrM'tTIOK. tor Mvys snU Inn (. Sachs Collegiate Institute W West attta Street , fortieth year begins Wednes day . September 27th. Boyt ihorouihlr prepared for all col legta ind trie nliHc cheslt. Com plete business course, gpecisl at tention psid io prlmsry Instruction. Classes limited In number. Lessons prepsred In afternoon study boar under supervision. Carefully regu lated athlatica. Laboratory. Cymawaataaa. ' Or. OTTO KOENIG. . Frist I pal THE GR0FF SCHOOL aaa We.i 734 hi.. Mew lorfc. Is Meal anil rirepilor.nl at s boarding an 1 .1.1- M'tlOOl. If a boe l bright and wishes la ataho rapid arsgrets he Is not held back bv reaton of an; ether hoy, or br tha ale "arsde ."If 111 " If he It timid or aereeav he l rn, ,011s sril 1 If be la rarelest. Interest In his siadlet It seruredi If he does not know how tn apply himself, he It taaght. To this Individual method of leaehlag Is dne the i.retf sirhnnl's wonderful sue rest, anil "turress It what lolkt." Heopen ttept. '.'sih. t all on or address Ihe I'rlm lpal now al the tebnsli. 'Phone 744 t'olnoibns. The 20th Year of Hamilton Institute for Boys will open la Us Ni:U IIDMK at H'EHT END AVE.. S W. (lor. ol teth St.. on IXT. 4TH . c ollege and i'ommerrlsl Preparatlo 1 Catalog on reguest. OITtre hours, 9-12. N SRCHIH U.l SHAW. JR.. Hrlnrlpa' HAMILTON INSTITUTE amis 1 Wett Slsi St.. Central Park M eat. A thoroughly eipilpned. long rsiabllshed trhol. ( ulleie certificates. Correct Knglish ihe slander I ror promotion and irsnusilon. Special students iecel eil jtiusir. t'oti graduate work. Kunccat Hctotier i, Telenhonr Mil Srhuvler Mrs N AKCIlillAI.il .SHAW. JH . Prlnrles . IRVING SCHOOL L. D. RAY, 35 W. 84th St. I. lementui j, Prlinarr, Iniermrilliile n I inn men lal llepartmenit. Thnrnuah preparalloa for f olleae. 1 home fnrt lor buys under flfteen. Baliepl new in II anion, rheng Kchuyltr, Mr. Carpontor'o Private Classas I Oil ROIH. Wetl Knel Ay., near ; 4th St. Pre. Parrs (ur all rnlirsres and hnnrdini trhonls. Srhonl irnlnlni; liemin here I xnlleni mat. .ill irioning MUipmeUl door t.port V. rrk end trips to i hr L'OUBIry, nUTIXXIH UPS A KeATUBf. Tenth lear heslnt Ortaber '-" Collegiate School A, K, WAItHBN, liaadmasiar aei eli.si 77IH ifBRRr. Boys prepared for Ihe ollrart aad Srle i tlfleSrhoalt lrlmarf lieparlmenl. Madera Mrhool nalldlna Well eituipped l.rmnatlu a. 974th year lo-aln- llrtoher S. 1 St. . i I nus ual laellltlea to put boi t In oUear l atronngi ol New York's best ismlllrs Indlvllual Instrin-tli.u by tiitnrt Athleti c Limited ui M i slslosue. Albert A. Hoge. rrin otnie lloura :So ta 17 4. M., I :SO lo 4 V. U. . Kchools ol Physical i uitarr DR. SAVAGE GYMNASIUM XtllMAL St'HUOt. i.tiXIM. sH IHHIMI I'OOL IIM PU f lasses and Individual lnatrurtlon fm Inn, i Women and Children In every dipartaTstat N'UW OPE.N. Circulars 30s Wtst built at.