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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
5 Mrs. Gaynor and Her Seven Children il CARRIED BY MAYOR Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue and 37t-s Street Jewelry Pearls Diamonds Silver Bronzes Clocks Watches China Stationery London 221 Recent Street "Paris Place de l'Opera vnmi ITullv ft Mnvi rail tWin I tl .win Wound Got Three Years Ago. f J SHOT OX DECK OF LIXER Jumps J. Gallagher Tried to Kill Him for Fancied Wrong. "in ; Hf MmW bbbV BBasWasB ' I A Wm jMaslasP1 "'Bee'-'m M tl Ifj mm Wvi mm I I Wm II U sal aWasl IBasasIr tssall' k :fiL- laLaslS I aVsai ssP m 110 afasV B"vi I k??sl . S I LgdM 1 rWSsa lr v 'r srC IM eswSal It has been three ysara since Mayor Oaynor ii shot by Jimn J. Gallagher, a dismissed dock watchman of unbalanced mind. But the wound received on August , 101 . almost certainly ahortened hie life. Th Mayor mever fully recovered fiom thf shock of a dreadful experience. At that time the Mayor waa starting nn 'h' first vacation he had found time for since assuming office. He waa vary tired and badly needed the reat he hoped to And on the ocean and In Europe. The trip waa to have bean made on the North German Lloyd iteemahlp Kaieer WUhelm rlrr Groats, On the morning of Augutt . 1110. the Mayor atood on the deck of the Kalaer rhattlns with a party oi nia menaa ana aaaorlHtra In office. With him were hla secretary, Robert Adamaon ; the Commie loner of Street Cleaning, William H. Ed. warda : the Water Commlaaloner, Henry 8. Thompeon. and the Health Commlaaloner, Ernrat . Lederle. The Mayor waa in groat good humor. Re poeed for the camera artlata, cracked tekee with hla frtenda and glanced Interest- Mlv over the ahlpplng In the river. He hook handa and chatted with President Pedro Montt of Chile, who waa to be a fellow paaaenger. Three Bhote Fired. The Mayor waa lust in the middle of a little paaaage at repartee with Commie toner Lederle--had Juat put out a linger to poke Dr. Lederle In the rlba. when a shot waa fired, a ahot that waa rapidly followed bv two other reporte. Mr. Ooy nor sank Into the arma of hla secretory. i - i - t?4 r, m mrnnnAmA him- V O n 1 1 1 I nr. --- elf. came to tripe with a big man who till carried a piatoi ana waa maaioa www th efforts to turn It on Mayor Oaynor once more. Edwarda aubdued the aesas In, undoubtedly aavlng the Mayor from Inatant death, and threw htm to the It developed that hla name waa Jamra J Gallagher, that he waa inaane ana mi h fancied that Mayor Gaynor had de privsd him of hla Job In the Hock De partment. He had brooded for weeka and had laid a plan carefully to aasaaalnate i , hla mtsfor- tne nun nr iiminini -- lune. Gallagher died aeveral months Kto in the inatltutlon wncre nc na itii confined. t , , Only one of Gallagher a ahota took ef fort. One hullet atrurk Mayor Gaynor In the neck from behind, entering a little to the light end below the line of the ar It spilt, one fragment lodging near th point of entrance, the other on the Boor of the mouth near the angle of the Wanted to Keep) Om. When he was ahot Mayor flnynor In iiitid that he waa not dangerously hurt. He Wanted to contlnur the voyage to Kurop.-. A tapld examination by doctora dlarloeed the aerlotianeae of the wound and the Mayor waa aent to 8L Mary s Hospital, Hoboken. Kor two weeka he waa in danger of death. Finally he 'ruggtel hack to strength and thf day camt when he could he taken to hia farm Ai St. Jnnift. The bullet which enteral Ilia neck and partially paralysed hla throat waa never removed. X-ray photographs convinced th Burgeon! that it would be dmigeroua 0 attempt Its removal. It pained and nnovd Mr. Gaynor at all times. Hf oral Btvtt free from the 111 effects of the wound Ilia voice became (lightly husky. At times it waa a great effort for him to apeak at all. H' complained very little, hut or rthlonallv. In inters to relatlvea or to i low friends, ha gae a hint a a to how MHoutl; the wound till troubled him Before h left tit. Jamea to aail on the title, he waa bothered by "the old thron' trouble" aa he called it. AMERICANS ABROAD SHOCKED. Sen paper Display Prosit neatly Morlrs of t.ayaor'a Death. feeds! ' a'.le titepafh re Tsa tux. London, Sept. 12. The death of Mayor Oaynor w.i a great ahuck to American in London and they talked of nothing lee after the news wsa received. To the average Englishman the Mayor was lit tle more than a name and If he had died III N York there would have been i omparatlvely little notice of hia demise. The tragical circumstances of hla end, however, have fucuased attention on the man The newspapers generally print the 'port of Mayor Oaynor's death con spicuously and also reproduce hla photo graph accompanied by a biography. Some nf the morning papers give a column or mere to the story of hla death and life, nrluding despatches from New Tork. These do Justice to hia career and record hit faults and virtues in an Impartial manner, No paper prlnta any editorial ommenl on the Mayor's death, but sortie of ti.e obituaries embody independent comment. fill Unilu Citizen winds up a summary "f his career by saying: "It is difficult 'o he a live public man In New York with "lit being at the aame time a sensation provider Mr. Gaynor waa both and New Virk will mlsi him." The Vail) Sketch fills Its front psga with pictures of Mayor Oaynor and In t olumn biography says: "Despite his die anguished career he might he summed up u a man who never attained the place to which his character and abilities en titled him This was due rather to hia lack of ambition than to lack of oppor tunity In other circumstances he might ' aily have become President." Ths Patty Chronicle says: "New York haa lout a vigorous, Intereating person ality. He waa a sort of a seagreen In- uruntlble in hia attack! on corruption in every shape and form, even not apar- ng his own party." Dm 'oily .Vents and Leader heads It! '""graphv : "A modern Crusader. Forty vesrs spent in fighting political corrup t lor." The Time$ in its biography of Mayor 1 nt sas: "Despite all that that hat said against him It must be cen "d that he showei while In office ability an, Integrity which compelled favorable Judgment from all. Bo far as l" him lay he gave the city a practical, butmeas like administration. He pos sessed m full virtual and defects, but Utyi showed that power of auaUlned JJJW In himself which either makes a mtn ridiculout or carries him to the goal. ' SAN FRANCISCO'S TRIBUTE. or Holgh gays darasr'a Death Removes Netleaal VtsTaro. "aw KsAHcisoo, OaL, tept. II Mayor James Ftplph. Jr., said the following about Msvor ilsynor: "The death of Mayor Oaynor removes from public life a national ftgure. The Mayor of New Tork, ami to the President J the Lulled Htstee, la the most widely Known official In this country. Mayor iaynor spent a lifetime In the public "vice and leave a clean record. I re- JT, W F N rwn v - IBM k -g II I - Syrxer. . Zt " ARMED WATCHERS TO BLOCK THAW RESCUE Fifty ('HiiadiaiiK in New Hump fhire Town Cause Stroii'rthen iiiy nf liiiard. RUNAWAY IX COURT TO-DAY Jorrfnif Moots Chief Coatioook Foe: Calls Him "Shrub" and "Rascal." I.ANCASTKR, N. ft . Sept. 1 I - Whet) it was decided late this afternoon that Harry Thaw should spend another night at Colebrook. Chief .if Police Chariot Keiiey lotl n time at swearing In special deputy policemen. He ha.i previously sworn in twelve. To-night the hotel where Thaw It slrepltig In ailed with these men and: the one main thoroughfare that the town boasts is generously sprinkled with them. At noon to-day Mftv el tl tens from t'uatlcook. the ones who WOfs most bitter in their denunciation of Jerome and most frenzied tu their acclamation of Thaw, swept Into Colebrook. from th other side of the International lilts. Home had come by automobile, Home by .'arriaS' and a few by train. The) are a rather blntetcr looking crowd. In Kelley'i opinion. and he says. "I'm tnkniK no rlianc. s." Holman lirew, Colcbrook's IliKh Sheriff, who arrested Thaw yesterday, doeM'l ley to conceal the fact that he thinks there la a plot on among these hotheaded people from I'oatleook slid that if they are nien half a chance they will try to rush Thaw back across the border and Into tin heavily wooded Megantlc hills, where 6no French Canadian lumberjacks are deeply j excited over Thaw's "hard lurk. ' No Uood I'nrpose, Sas t hief. There tiave been two high powered automobiles In town since morning Which Kelley says are here for no good pur pose. The Canadian In.migratlo.i department. apprised of the presence of so many Ca nadians at Colebrook, has sent two In spectors to eee that Thaw does not get back to the Dominion. These men are K. H. Thornton and Theodore tiarceau. Thaw left the hotel twice during the day and each time he was escorted by a number of deputy sheriffs who carried revolvera In their coat pocketa and kept their handa on them. Kelley saya that several or the Cana dians in town are armed, to his knowl edge, and has passed out word that if they do not get rut or tneir guns 01 leave town by morning he will arreat them. Despite this condition of affairs Cole brook continues to look harmless and rather drowsy. One would Imagine that the aulet of the White Mountains had eaten Ita way Into the bones of people and taught them the majesty of silence. There Is plenty of curiosity In the eca of the men and women, but none of ties impetuosity of the French Canadians, who couldn't see Thaw without cheering him. Thaw himaelf la in a mighty unhappy frame of mind. He stands erect and has the old flash in hia eyes, hut hla face Is not the face it waa two weeks ago. Hantrd Look In Tham'e Fare. There la a hunted look about him and a auggestlon of fear that waa nut evi dent when he made hit flrtt appearance In the court room at Hherbrooke. He can not conceal In the tone of hia voice and the words thst corns from his lips the fact that he hat little hope left. At 4 o'clock thle afternoon he waa taken from hla room and led down the street an eighth of a mile to the Cole brook National Bank Building. A flock of automobiles went abreast of him In the road and about 200 persons, a good many of them women, followed on foot, mildly but not boisterously anxious to sss hit face. , Ha 'was taksn to the of flea of his lawyer. Thomas P. Johnson, and left there In the care of a deputy sheriff, while the attorneye for New York, for New Hampshire and for Thaw gathered In a small roam on ths second floor of a build lag aaroas the ttrest to talk things ovsr. A fifteen minute conference brought them to an egreerfssut whereby Thaw shsll be produced before Folios Judge James T. Csrr to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock to plead to -the warrant charging conspiracy. ob ' which be la held. The .opinion exists I BBBBBH SaSSV BBBasl BBBBBK. aBBBBBVS i aBBBBBBBWSB v I 1 1 eat ljm I) fWn '"' Tronhlr l I asasasaa? HrBsl R?sasaW,' J! mT )) seri; to Jm R&tK M asal 1 si Mm y figy . il east of a!i the lawyers v erned will then re man. I Thaw to. Jail at l.ineaster to await extradition proceedings before ( i v Felkei. Lanoattex in a town of about 4,000 In habitants Ihlrty-elghl mien from here which possesses an up to flat.- prison. ; Thaw lawcrs are reticent alniul their plans When the requisition and papers In tb" ia-c arc served on Gov. Ki Ike, ( from lu ting Governor Ulynn they ni ,i-k for a hearing. That much Is pretty ni tain. Qov. relker mat grant It or not, as he chooses. Should Thaw be ordered extradited forthwith, his attorney., may stay cxeeu- . tton of the ordei by getting a writ ,.f liabea corpus If tbev cr.n find a judge who Is willing to issue it. , htlll Another Than- l.snjrr. Nathaniel Martin, an eX'MsyOI or i on- , cord and a close political friend of Gov, ' renter, has been retained by Thaw tu SOndUCt his caae in this State Moses Oroatmsn, a New York lawyer, who has acted for Thaw on other occa sions, arrived here to-day. Dr, c.llbert A Trenholmi . the Coatl I; physician, who was popularly oredlted I with having Instigated the complaint on Which Jerome wns arrested for plating poker, sought an Introduction to Jerome i this afternoon It happened on thi veranda of the hotel witrr-whout seventy. I live persons as witnesses. . ' I "Judge Jerome," said Walter Drew, a cousin of the Sheriff, who Undertook the i ceremony of Introduction, "may I present 10 you" there was great formality In his voire "Dr Gilbert A. Trenhulme of I i'oatleook'.'" Trenhulme extended his hand. hut. re- ' reiving nothing more than a cool glance from Jerome, soon let It drop to hla side. . Jerome Inhaled a g. ne. ous puff of cigarette smoke and. hav ing taken plenty of time to survey Trenhulme from head to foot, spoke In this way : I "You sweet scented shrub! So you arc the man. you rascal, who engineered my arrest? I am glad to know your face, that I may remember It when we meet In the future." I . Trcnholme took his black fedora off and ' rubbed a bald spot on the crown of his head. He was beyond speaking either the , Knglish language or the French, hut he managed to sputter a few Incoherent syl- i tables, lie was still sputtering them when Jerome turned on his heel and walked' into the hotel office. The waitress who carries Thaw s meals to his room at the Monadnock House Is! named Kvelyn That's what Thaw calls her too. FELKER RECOGNISES CLYNN. Verr Hampshire Governor to Act oa That Requisition. Manchbstsr. N. H.. Kept. U.Qotr. Samuel D, Kelker when Interviewed at New Castle to-day aald that New York state aeeka the extradition of Harry K. Thaw on the grounds of conspiracy, which is extraditable in thlt State, and that he expected to confer with William T. Jerome at Concord to-morrow concern ing the matters st Issue. The Governor was bombarded all day with telegrams from Thaw's attorneys. Questions put to him and hla replies follow : "Have you received any message from Acting Governor Glynn of New Tork bearing on the Thaw case?" 'Yea. When Governor Glynn learned that Thaw was under arrest In thlt State he wired, requesting that he be held. He stated that rgqulstlon papers would be forwarded." "What wast Haw lift aharge against Thaw in order to lone him extradited?" "Conspiracy, which is extraditable In this Htate." "Will you recognise Glynn as Governor of Mew York'."' "I regard him as acting Oovernoi with powers " "Have u had any wordffrom Jerome?" "Yes I expect to receive iit from hint at an) time " "How ah.. ui ;l hearing''' "I und'-rsiand th.it by as-e. incut Thaw inav be brought to Concord, Though the statutes do not provide for si hearing it Is discretionary with the Governor, it least I consider ll to, and Will glv. one ' "Have you dire, red AttorneGenerft1 Tuttie to proceed with an Investigation cs provided by the statutes"" "No I shall not lake action Until the requisition papers reach me. Then I will do so." NEW WARRANT FOR THAW. sprrsir t nnrf Justice Morschn iist Hears Witnesses of tOscape. POUOMKBSPglB. N . Sept II Sit: llg at a Magistrate, ejupreme Couri Justice Morschauser this afternoon in aid the totttmon) of witnesset or Harr) Thaw's i r eap- from the Mstteawau atyium and issued a new wan ant 01 nil arri st bated on the charge or oontplrucy. Tills warrant hat the f i ce or in Indict in. ut and ran be served anywhere. The whole ras. agalnil Thaw was R.ne over carefully, Tin deposition of wit- nessei at (h hospital and in Flshkill .nut Beacon Citv were made the basis of the conspiracy charge. Tiie application fui Thaw'i extradition is made to acting Governor Glynn, which thus gives Judicial recognition lo his as sumption of the powers Slid duties of Gov. ernoi . iiistii.t Attorney Conger win leave for Albanv early to-moirow morning ami ex pects to present ttie papers to Mi. Glvnn before f o'clock and soon after that to have for New Hampshire. THAW PAPERS TO GLYNN TO-DAY. RequliKlon Writs t'iiarae HIM With Relna a live. AbBAKT, Sept 11- c.ing Gov Martin II. Qlynn will he asked tomorrow morn ing to Men requisition papers f,a the extradition of Harry k. Thaw from Cole, brook. N. H.. where n. was arrested ros terday, to the Maltcawai, State Hospital for the insane, Deputy Attorney-Oeneral Franklin Kennedy and former District Attorney William T. Jerome as special Depi-ty At. torney-Gi neral are now In Colebrook Mr. Kennedy telephoned to Attorney. General Carmody lo request the authori ties of Dutchess county to hurry the ex tradition impels to Colehrock. In these papers Thaw will be charg'd with being a fugitive from Justice, It helm; oild that he obtained hla release through conspiracy. Mr. Carmody communicated with Dis trict Attorney Conger of Poughkeepsie, who said the extradition papera would be here to-morrow morning at o'clock. After Gov. Glynn's- signature it tttached to them they will be returned to New Hainpahlie for the approval of the Gov ernor of that State. American to Wed Abroad. Hpet ial table Dttpatch to Tst gg, I'Aiiiet. od. II. -THe eiifagtmenl is announced of Mlas Alice llckson of Mil wauket. Wis., and Cailo Pluto of Klui- STRIKE ON STEAMER ANS0NIA. tailors and Firemen Complain of Bad Fond Trouble vrrled. (JMCM i able Urapalrfi to Trs Scs Sol Til A M I'ToV, Sept. l .. The Cunsrd steamship Anson la, bound for Canada. was held up here for some hours tills evening bj a surprise s'rlkr of sailors anil firemen, The vessel arrived from London yes terday and shipped BOO passengers and a cargo to-dav No trouble was suspected, but tl.e moment the flremen were ordered b.-low and the sailors were told to stand by the ropes they refused to obey. The men complained Of bad food and other matters and demanded the removal of the chief steward. The captain re. fused to compl) and ih" nun n fused to work Subsequently the stewards Joined the strike: s. A conference between the agentt of the company and the ..fibers of the ship and representatives of the saikirs Union eventually ended in the appointment of a new chb f st. ward The men then resumed work, and th. vnssel galled ut , lo o'clock to-night. ULSIER WOMEN TO VOTE, iimft of Provisional laloalsl tiat- eminent V III lirsst It. VSecial rnW t'ftfxltrl. f.p TBI ? DttBUN, Sept 1 1 The secretary of the 1 I'm st Council says that the drsfl of articles for a provisional govern ment arter they refuse to obey the home rule law includes the granting of r- ftati- hiss lo women based on the existing local government franchise which Ihej possess Me adds that li will he proposed at a hireling or the council off September 24 thst the Women's Unionist Ass... I itlon be Invited to nominate women to aet on i various committees. COUNTESS TARN0WSKA TO WED. Humor Notorious Russian Woman Will lliirrj Milanese golleltor, VprWei rtblt Dnpmtch o Tbi: ICS Rome, Sept. n It ta rumored lhal t.ounttsi Tarnowaka, who it is reported will be released from prison, where she has then setvlng an eight years sentence foi murdering Cottnl Karmorowtkl who bad Insured his llf,- In her favor, will marrj a Milam se tollcltoi ! It is said that the Countess will ve I aftei w ,.rd in Bngland l MRS. DURKEE INJURED. Foils I mler t art In Liverpool anil lSg Is Fractured. (seeuxl VmbU neMnairi, i t..p I I.ivrgrooi., S.pt ll While Mr and Mrs Hiirkie. who were booked nr. pas. I sengers on the Cedrle for New York were crossing Church street hen to-dav to ; reach the landing stage anil board the : lim i Mrs. Durkee Ml under a cart and ; one of her bgs was fractured She was t lul.cn to a hospital ! HOW PEARLS WERE STOLEN. I Aniasina Detail, of Tft.OI0 Thrfl (orae llul at llenrlna. I.0M10V. Sept. 11 - The hearing of the charge! against Ave men accused or stealing and receiving the MTB.000 pearl necklace which belonged to Max Uivir mouglit out some of the amusing details I of the robbery this afternoon. The neck. i Igoe was taken from the malls between Ijondon and Peril on July It or lti. and I the accused men have given their names as Uorkett, lirlsaard. Silverman, tiut WlrUl and McCarthy ll Is not vet known whether th. ptarll were stolen in KngUind I or France. QUtWlrUl met one of his wife's rtlatives tiiwnrd Rrandttstter in Antwerp, it de veloped at the hearing. Gutwirth asked I him If he could find a purchaser for the . necklace Hrandstiitter took his cousin. Quadratateln, Into nonfldenci and later I these two met liutwlrth. Gtiztard and j Silverman In London resorts. Rrandltatter. who knew of the ItO.OOO reward for the capture of the thief, com I munlcated with Price A liihbs. the un- derwrltera' agents. At their suggestion n Mr. SpnnltT of Paris was introduced j as the principal and he finally succeeded I In hu.vlng two of the pearls. He saw the entire necklace st the First Avenue Hotel ! in Holhoru. At a subsequent meeting GutWtrth. i tlriggard and Silverman were arrested. The necklace wss not found In their pos i session. POPULAR ONE-DAY OUTINQS MAUCH CHUNK Nasi Sunday Sapt. 14th Leave W.ai St. i.!0 a.m. Leave Liberty ttt.S.Ks m Leave Jai.ksoe Ave.. Jer tey City. 1.47 fcv 1521 BaJBSBBBV Sjk JAPANESE DEMANDS ON CHINA. Want A polony for Flan laealt and Indemnity for ankln lillllnaa. Special Vnble DrsaercA to Tar. St s PgN IN, Sept. II The I'hlne.c UOVem mcnt received tu-day the denninds of Japan growing out of the killing of sev eral Japanese at Nankin by Chinese sol- isis and the stringing up by the thumbs for six hours of a Japanese Lieutenant at Hankow. The demands also specify the imprison ment of h Japanese officer for two days at Shantung and the insult to the Japa nese flag at Nankin For these grlev imcrs Japan demands an apology for the Insult to the Japanese flag and the Japa nese Uniform, the punishment of tlmpe guilty or k.r.iug the .lapanise at Nankin nnd an Indemnity for the rein lives of the Intttr, The .lapan.se legation ciu,-' that tin. less these demands are compiled with promptly Japan will take whatever no tion she may think necessary to enforce them The Senate has confirmed the new Cab inet members appointed by the Presi dent The Premier. Hstting Hsi-llng. re plylng to the Senate's Interpellation, gusiantped a proper trial In the Supreme 'ourt of the members of Parliament re- etntly iniprlsnntd by ofdet of the Gov ernment. LINER LA PROVENCE FILLED. Man Prmnl ii'-n I leraati U rt urn In u on thr Krnrh Mea.iirr. Sptftn! Ctbtt Uttpnuh tf Tnr. Sin, F'ArttK. Sept. 11--The paMnvr iiit of T.a ProvPTnc, whtrh Will ia1l n Matur da . In full AtTNMIS InoSsJ Whn me to mil on the itvinwr ur" Prof I'ltfiv. Houtroux. who has aOCOBtOfl (h rhatr of tnatheinatlcp at prlnofliton 'nlvoralty; r. ; Ponnoyori Mr. and Mr. William Mason Smith of New Orleans. M;s V. I. Mines ami Arthur K. ikv of New York and Mile. Polalre. the actress. ATHLETES' TRAIN STONED. Tnftily.iinf nf Thof XX ft n rn Inn From Rome rr I njnrrti. Special Cmbti ltpfitrh to Th Si n Pisa. Bert. II Whtlt- poclal train from Rom tilled with Roman Catholic athletes who have he"! living exhtht tlom before the pope wan paMlns thfoush CIvttM Vet-rhia it was ati.n krd by mob of anttolorlCaili and a fusillade of Btontfl was hurled at the ran When the train arrived hfre it waa found that twntyone of the passenger had been Injured Many windows In the cars were smnshed. GERMAN BANDIT KILLED. Ills ( nmpnntnn l nplnrrd Mad Trr rnrlsrd Casintej lle. HAKOvaa. Sept. II Two motor bandits who have been emulating the worh of tb notorious kuhk of Krnch automobile brlgandi ended their career at Osterode, oms ftfty miles from this city, last night They were surrounded by police and gendarmes and In s revolver battle which ensued one of the robberi wss killed and the other paptUIed hast month these bandits looteel the Communal Havings Hank at wiiheinui burg after killing the cRshier. Tnej ap pes red at s hotel in Brauulage yesterday, where the murdered ths proprietor snd robbtd the safe. They escaped, hut were recognised at Osterode while purchasing some Clothe. 1 ti'l'SWll Bi.v l.unrile.l From Mnh. Washington. i'a . Bent It. Walter I Thomas, an eighteen-year-old farm hand Irharged with lh murder of wealthy Mrs. uliver Price of Rlcci Landing, I'... and with an attack "i her twelvp.year-nld crandilsuiriiter. Bertha K-'x, on Beptemher It. whs captured io-da) i Waltei Price, ' ,i son of the .le.i.l woman. Tha boy is under heavy guard, ;i ;i moh is reiorti d to be gathering lo lynch him Coward Shoe This Way ? How Arc Your Children Shod When They Go To School? Arp rnu ns pgrtful of their fool a jrou urn ut' thelrfvid? lo you n'fttoh how thpy ttand in tliolf nhoet, a5 well tt when1 tlnv gland in their rtudien ? It is impfirtnnt tlmt your boy or pii'l IkS properly (thod.oeeatliia 88 out of every lOOftohoo child ren have wmioforui of arch trouble. Prevent, or correet it, ly letting YOUR children wear COWARD SUPPORT SHOES WITH COWARD EXTENSION HEELS These shoes protret. nupport nml DtrengthfU arch nnd nnl.lc nuiaeles, nnd preserve the synuuetiy of growing feet. The only oomfortftblfl nnd effective way to correct nidi nml ailkla weakness and to prevent " rlut-foot." Coward Arch Support Shoe and Coward Extension Heel, have been made by Jamea 8. Coward, la hia Custom Department, Car over 30 years. Coward Shoes are Imitated, bat cannot be duplicated Sold only rem the 0. Coward .Shoe Store JAMES S. COWARD wWSat NEW YORK Mall Orsers Fitted SoM Nowhere CiSC ad Isr Cettlegue MME. CURIE AND AMERICAN HONORED Kndiiini Dlaeovervr nnd BaltU morp Professor (!ct Birmiii? li m in Univenity Dmnm. WORLD SEARCH Foil FOOD j Krlinbnrgh Proffwof Telle British stfontists of Nerds of Futiiro. ypr.inl i able netpatr lo Tnr. Si v BtRMIttOHAM, Sept. II All twelve ste tions of the British Aitoclatlon for the Advsm ement of gefence iiegnn work to duy, and an-ordinK to precedent! the ilay wss devoted to addretiei by tht tectlongl prattdi :lt.s. Miss Sargnnt 'if the botany lection, the first woman to speak, prefaced hi r ipeeghi In Which she thanked the association for it generosity to women generally, at ex pressed b) her appointment. ".Speaking III their name," sin- .aid, "l ventun o say that the hisi'.esi form "f genoroslly li thai Which dar. s to rln an o't nf Ju Hit in tin fnr- r.f cuttomt and prejudice," I r 'iriftttiis. pretldenl of th education section, condemned what he c:i!ieil the "eontplrao of silence In regard t" tcxual Instruction" and recommended Hint the p.-ocedure of the tchooll of V i id he followed. The L'nlvertlty of Birmingham t..-.ijc conferred the degree "f Ll i on Mine, rurle. the codlscoverer with her husband of radium, and Robert Phllllpi VVoodg, professor Of experimental physics at lolitlt Hopklm L'nlvsralty. Baltimore. Preal dent Sir Oliver Ixtdgo of the British At oclatlon introduced Mine Cujris at "the greatetl woman of science of all times." The du of i poo. hmaklng grotraplll cal illscovertei waned with silts dlicovery oi thi wo polet of thi esrth; the cx plorer of the future will be chh II' con cerned with thi finding o new i Is for the production of food for the world. Thli w as the altttenu nl madt b: Prof, li . Ulcktori of the deimrtmenl of geogrophy of Edinburgh I ,iieisit at to-day's h' skIcp of the association. Th. question of ihi produclloii .md digs tni ut "ii of foo.i ipri clothing ('. th world It the ail important oiw for futurfj consideration, Prof. Dilcksou sin-! and thi mosl Imiiortanl phnsi f that 'u tinii is the growing "i lict'Lli w in at f ; 'he world't bread, s. - ",ni oul tu Importance lo the fojf .jiiestlon. h said, are the question! i oblalnliui power and enerf) tulflidenl . oierati the needed Increase In factories, of obtaining sultlclenl fuel and of tlie .i.strii utlon of impulatlou. Thi resources if the world u ni i"' in us- to their ut most cnpacltj within i century, lie dc dari d. Tii. .1 isis will be upon us before the i . a i oi th ntury." Prof, Dickson iald "and aftn lhal we must elthei depend upon tome substitute to reduce thi con tutnption P' i liead oi w-e imis' t.ik' tn intentlve farming of tlie most str. mious sort " Prof Dlckton de. lare.l the Inrgetl coal tl. lils w ill hardb last longet than three centuries, even iii fa present rate of consumption He concluded : Vc thould vigorously proceed with the i oil. inn nnd discussion of geo. Braphhttl data of ail kinds, so that the major natural distributions ihnll lie ade qunte1 known. Kventuully wi shall find that pountrj planning win betome as nt port.. in a- town planning." OR That Way ? v .W !' " . r