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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913.
WILSON PLEADS i FOR PATRIOTISM i "IT IE REDED I CAT I ON OF CONGRESS MALL Tudor Furniture For the Dining Room. 'Tmsidciit Too Intent on W cltrtion Is Seldom Worth it: WHAT OU DAYS TKAl'H S'lt'-M'H'i' Denounced at liVdedieation of Con ure Hall. AIUMJKsm 5V CHAMP H..IIK" AliUM'ii'Mii iiimI Foreign Xotiilile WIimhI I'Acrt'isi'f. in l'liilndi'lpliin. T'mi .aiiki.I'IIIA. "' --Conare H,n' the hlstnili- oi l blllldms .it i.xth III. I Ch-tutit tiet. In which tin1 CnnBress of th" vniinc l'nited Hi ite held it ill-libiiit-ohs finm lluf to Ixijo, n re. ' Mil' I iih n:i!hirul iitlri'itlr m.' hi In'. bv President U'llnn and tin ai - i lili.S'- r mi ii of national awl International I'l'Mnini'iH'C llvabntlv iletrini tn :xe Ins hia e tlii' imiti'.iiiii that ftf l ilolnt Ins dif no'v i- he n-i" It and ' nlllln." to " f daie take iMH- nf Itself. I'lmiilt nt 1 nn m nraklns hi addi mimiatf I ,i n' i i jilsmm ' The President who m tun in:ei ' el", turn i. seldom wotth reelee-tlnis standlim upon tin' pbitfnim Inmi 1 V .irlilMBtmi. til- Itrst President, de' mil ln fitewel! to tin' Ameriean peopli i e Chuf llM-cutlx. d..llxirid Hi- pntici i H.ld'i-.ii With him wi !. nearlv all t m-mb. i of hi Cabinet Spe.ike' Chirp c.i'k of til" llouv nf l!epi"eiit.i'iv. s. I epi "sentatlv if fill! forelEt. la tiiimi mi tubers of both hou.- of i , -Ki'-s ernoi of nuti Mate. a h' Mavor llliinkenburK ami other lit u!!i C.aN tin- i'i ie.se were l Im? held Peo ns! ohliet . sallot and mitiines alt I l'hi.niti Iphia's full forrt f H.i) .'io,.s maii-h-d pal tin- iimle'il tiuitm 'lia-Otfi-.n'.'in maiked tin- Mint oItni.ll vts.t nf P-..i.!f tit Wilnni lull" -.mi' hi." Inamrma- llOll At the I lini'lUSlotl llf tl.i I'M'til. i In' went to .-'.x arthmore Collece. where hi il' iivered an addles mi William Penn at tin- fiitiiiilt 1 1 dav celebration l-.'irtfi- f'rmxtl li fr l'r-slileiil. A larRe rriiA.I Was waltiHC f'H the It r- rh.il . .f the I'lfii'li'iit.ul tiiiin. and otii' of tin- tll"t pi ri-oll-i tn Itreet till' Plesnletlt a Mayiir lllankmliurt; lio hi-a.ii'il n l"i ia: ri-ifptloti rnmniittt'i Vltli tin- Ma.vur im tin- train platfium tvrri' Pri'lil'iit.i Marry ItHt.xl.'y uti'l Ofurire ,M t'uril nl .i-ii-i t uul Oummun t'liuiii'il.'. ri .iiii i-tlvi l . Soli-ot i 'cuiin .Imati V J McCloiiUt . I'ummun i 'num'ilmaii .Inhti I' i 'iinin-ll. , .Inhti W'iinamaUi'i, Im, Ki'nti. I'tuf Jiitin llaili .MeMa.-tir of Hi' l'nni'i-lt of I '."Mii-v h an. a -G"- Miinlfl W l't-iin paoki r. Iluracu Wi'ii" Si-lliTf ami .lotm I'.iJwal.iJcl. ini'ptiiiii ..otnmitti i' nf uum-n ri-a'liit In Airs ' i Hurri-oti a on h.iii'1 tn unti-ilain tin- wtira if t lit- lMt UiB su sts I'mli r fin nit of tlif r"ir?t City Troop I'n'siJi'iit NMImhi aii'l til-- otlii'i mi-mlHTa of tin' W.iMlilnKtini iIHcpiitlnn weir takn to llii' H' !li-viii--Stratfopl llotpl In a mo tor i.ir. After i In li f rendition anil a licht luncheon the I'ri-jniletit In can the rene Of the si i ami land troop!, wlnih utarted it 1 15 o'clock Hrm -(.en !;ila'ti ii I'riie. Ji . mm minder of the I'irt IliU-ade of the Na tional ituard. h. marshal of the piraile. and his itaff ai'.ed as at-dtiuM. In line Mere a battalion of the L'nited Stali-s Oiat AilUUr .ompond of hiMutj fiom Fort Mott and Fort I ii laware : i)0 m.irlncK and sailor" from tip' Li-iaue loland Xaiy Yard, reirlments of the Flrtu RrlKade, rommand-d by Co! William I" Kidfll . tin- Si oond In rommiuid of Col Hamilton P Turner and the Third rom mSnded b Col Caldnvll K Middle W'llfton ltilt--i Uii- Scuula. At the I'lesiclmt w.i driven to Inde penilenee Squire his imisirsn was wij waKRi'd alund of him h Hov Scoutii. Afti i the hx.T' Hies the I'ri-Mldint n viewed tin- (n'outs I'residftit Wilson durins the ei'icivs In the hall at In the ohair whlrh wai occupied by John Hancock when he pr njded over the Continental Conn-9s at the jlKiilr.R of the Declaration of Inde pendence. It was the t!r."t time the chair wan ino'd sinew rresldent Grant In H75 ajiked permission to ?lt 111 It. AdUmi of rrraldrnt U'llaon. The Ii eldi'iit ald In his speech: "No American could Maud in thin place te-da and think of the circumstances tor which have come toother to ci-le-Virate without belni moat profoundl ntlrred There has come over me ?lnce I sat down ln-re a wiiw of deiji solemnity becau'.e It has se-mi-d to me that 1 saw Khosts crowding In. a areat assemblage of pints, no IntiKvr islbe to us, but whose Influent W e btlll feel !. we feel the mouldliiK Kjair of hlstoiy lti"'lf. "The men who sat In this hall, to whom we now look back with a touch of deep sntlment, were men of tbsh and blood faie to face with ixtreme.ly dlttl'Ult j-roblems. "The population of thn I'nltnl States then was hardly three times th iiresent population of the city of Philadelphia , and et that was a nation, an this Ik a nation, and the men who 'poke for It were M-ttlnir their hands to a woik which was to laM not only In order that their people mlirht be happy, but that all ex ample mlalit be lifted up foi thu Instruc tion of the rest of the world. "I llki to read ipiatnt old ac. omits, such as Mr. Day lias read to us this afternoon, fstrancers came then to Amerlct to sen what the jouiirf pi-opln that had sprung up here were like, and they found nun In council who knew how to construct the Oovernment "They found men ie!bc ratine l.ere who had none of the aprcarance of novice", none of the hesitation of men who did not know whether the. work they were ilolnu wan Eolns to last or not They were men who addressed themselves, to thu problem of construction an familiarly an we. attempted to carry out the tradl tlon of the Ciovernmint established there rn hundred and thirty-seven years "And en I feel to-day a compulsion of men, a ronipuliilun of cxnnipl which were set lis In this place And of what do iluir examples remind us? They remind tn not only of public service, but of publlo ervlen hot through with principle ami liom - "Then they were not liistnonie men TIks dlil not say, 'Look upon us as thos who shall hereafter be Illustrious.' They ald, 'l,.ik upon iia who are dolus the first work of constitutional liberty In thu wot Id, and we must do It In 8ohrrne urn! tnilh, or It will not last.' Tell nf Prnhlrm In I . 1 1 1 1 , "I'ollliis ladies and Kciitlcnicii, ! mad,, up in JIM about npial paits ol inuipie binsloii and 8inpath) No man oiik- u t l u lull, poinii s win. does not compii iei t task he Ik xoIiik lo Nllempl "H may i (uiii'i rjn nil it so i miipli'tely Vtri1 n I're s n'n. President V. ilson speaking from the balcony from which Georse t'.at t ! met - i -'it LIS - .' s s- t ow n :...nd is a . . , , K i it '. .t-rt in : Hat hetld it. ne uUUllt Pot I ' ts llet i r IS, I I I t r.i' : ,.t f. it ' t,. on i - ell'.e' It. and after he has i-ottiprehi nd-d It them should .onie into his mind tnose profoiirirt Impulses ..f mt.,ith.v which connect him 'lltb the rest of mvikmrt ' ili'i'allse pl'Ilt.es ,s a OUS '! ilf i'iIi -. pretat.'in. and no men an Ht for It win do not s-e ai.d eek more tnan thej: own aih.mtade and Int. test "We Imve stumblnl un.111 m.uij nr.. Kip;i en utnstiiiu in the hund'isl" ears that hue irone b s'nee the eent w. ale lehratina Almost all ..f them hue ccme ftmii sejf.rent ..I tn.-r:. men win 1 in hi i: own itite'is; the Inteiest of the ountri and di l imt hj. mioi. .-i, iuh'i ' to lead it in wldi.' terms. In the universal terms of .ojuitv arid Juntlre, and rishts of all m ink nd. I heai a sreat m.m people at Foii-t'i of Juh i-ejeb' itioti- laud the Dis lai atlon of Inde.endeni who in between July shiver at th plain Unuume of our bill of rights T.n Iiis'lar.ition of Imlcpend-' eme was inileeil the iltst audihlc tLeat'i of llbft, but tin sutistaiice of lib-tt.i. as wiilten in suih documents as the dec) laratloti . . f n.'hts itt iciied. fir example,, to the tlrst Constitution of Vlrcmli. wis a model for -.nul.ir documents re id where .nto our cr.it fundiineut.il chart era "That document speaks in ti -ms in the internist of whl'ii th men of tnat uenera- ' tlon did Mot hes.it ite. siyltu that every people u-ts the i .uht to ehoo-e its own , forms of rnm nt. not once but as often as they pleased, to nccommod ite those funis of .ro emnient 'o their own exltlns Interests and circumstances i"Not onl to i siablNh but to alter is the fundamental principle of self-government, si that we are Just as rum h umle: i omp.ilsi.oi lo stud;, th" partiulif cir ! cunistances of our o,wi da as tlie ueiitle men we-e who sat In this hall and set us . pttceder.ts. not of wha to do liut of ho.v to do r I ause !i)i'it inheris in the Cii '.tt.-t.inces of 'lie di. . ' Human hapj ne-s cotisivts in the life I w hich human bemns are leadlns- at the time that the live. I .an feed mv own mind a' happ!! upon the circumstances of the ii volutlonary and miistltutlnnil ; period as you can. but I cannot feed my j thouKhts with them In Washington now because eveiy day problems arise which iwear some new fare and aspect. I "I must fall back, If I would serve, my conscience, upon those thlnps which are Jfundament.il, rathe- than upon those ithlnzs whb'h arc supei-flci i Thlnu to Impress 3lrn. j 'The irv smallneis of thl room, the vei ntnpllilty of II all, the siict;e"t!o!is that come from its restoration, are r assurln-' thlnsTs, thinns which become i. man to realize Therefore mj theme here to-da). my only tnouiriit, is a very slm-, pie one Do not let us o bai k to the annul of 'those tslon of Congress to find out what to do, because we live In another aire and circumstances are, absolutely different "l.et us be men of that kind. t us feel at every turn the compulsions, of prin ciple anil of honor I,et us free our vision from temporary clrcumstanci s, look abmad at the horizon, and take into our liincs the Kieat air of freedom which has' t blown thtuUKh this ountr. stobii across , the seas and blesei people everywhere. "Uoklmr east ami west, north and south, let us remind iniiselvcs that we arc all ustoillan III 'ulilf dearie of the p-nci-pies which made men fiec and govern ments J ii " The building was formally turned over to the cltv by John Hall Itankln, nresl- I dent of the Philadelphia, chapter of the American Institute of Architects, which had churn" of the restoration nf the struc- ture Thu acceptance, was made by Mayor i lllankenburir Speaker Caik then delivered an ora tion, and the addiess of thu President followed. Speaker Clark In Ills address said : "In the history of Amerlci there are certain Kieat ep.eha! event which we can all mo( heartily and enthusiastically celebrate AmonK these are the dt-envery of tho New Wm Id, the Mist white settle ment at Jamestown, the landln of the Pll-trims on Plymouth Itnck, Patrick Henr)'s Kreat lii.i speech In the Vlr y.nl.i House nf llurjesses, which preclpi tatid the Itevolutloii and which stilt stirs the hear' like strains of mirtial mulsc he skirausli at l.i'klnKton, where the , fnnieis tired the shot heard around the , world . the Declaration of Independence, i tne surrender of I .on I Coinwallls at York town, the adoption of the Constitution and j the purchase of the Louisiana Territory, I which made us a world Power. i I "Philadelphia was the s-me of two of' ! thn'c vMstly important and far reachiiiK-i , transactions -the proinulu.itloii of the Declaration anil the maslnn of the Con. ' sfitntiop Tn, f.iii.,' m uiu known our Hi' i v i)f .i.Vfru uelit "ie litter set forlli the i . ii o mil that t. c, t t,, . rr. t . Th I ' ',l i' , i s H,e most spi mini 'slaie pane n all Mm hoarv eitltes of, j lime , the Coiio'ltuUuii lia Will pio-l I r ir 'ed t ,e srea'esi inia tt of tie ii:c ii i J I j. a ve t e maj, s i. s.v, e of f.. De -it e , I as -, ir u: L.ierty llecllirilt lon' lirillld I'ri'ieilenl, A man of sens, n.l.ty . mriot read .. even at this late dav. witaout his blood tlowin.- f1ster. For 137 jears It hu I'l l n a p. liar of cloud b dav and a psl.ar f file b.v tiisrht to peon.e everywhere strusjlitii for the fned.in. to which all npn are entitled. If then- were silnt In tie polm, a' caietidar a there are In the tel'lou ai.d If particular days were isuned to pir tlcular saints the Fourth of Julv woill be unlvcrsilly .alb d i!n' Jefferson' Div Thi twin basii ideis. 'All nun ate reited iiai' and i iov n'lic :s derive ttu-ii Just p.iwir ff.m the .ot,s. nt nf the -overn-d w i.-h t'e' fa'hers cnurii . tied '.hit day .n th. e-.IIv . hive w trke! l.se the leaven de-tri'id in the H.b.e utit.l he ctvdUed world ha accepti-l our politi cal philosoph) in wlinli or :n part. "I.Ike T-.-r.nyson hro.ik, th- will gn n forever until men ever.v where are (iw. uur Declaratl.n of lnilepeiidnce Is thu rn.ii.-n. i eha'ta of human llbrj-t) and has recolutloniied the world. "If it be true thi: itnltat.o.i is the s.n cere.st (lattery we imve ample ati"e for elf-connrattilatlnn. for mi,- c..ntitut'.on has b.'cotne both 'he fashiuii and the pat tern .nnnn nation The highest cmpli-m-nt ever paid the fathers of i.'ir republic wa when llismarck built tin- tiv.v (ierman empire upon tho model of our duil (lov- rnmmt. "He It our to ptesfive, stiencthin and I'erpetu ite our free ins'ituV.or.. the,eb tranmittihi: to out (ti.ldrin the riclnst her.nce ever pos,si s-ed by the ihi.dtun of men." The eercl.'s weri held on the iirt tloor, which rno-e than a ceiiturv at:o was u-e,i bv th" House of Keprt - ntattv es John Wanamaker. chalrtn in ot thi ' Itl Z"h' committee in ch tree of the rededi t itloi. prourammi, made a sb i intrn duetorj add'ess. and the invocition was delivered b.v the ll-v D- ll.r i N Couiien, ihiplam nf the N'li'i'll. Il"'ie iif epro. ntativ.s. The . nti'e astn blace then Joined in s.nu-'.tn,' HaM Co lumbia ' The sincinc of "Ameiica ' and the bei e dlctlon bv the Uev. Forrest J Pretty man, chaplain of the l'nited States Senate, concluded the servicis The audience remained seated until President Wilson left the bulldlne He left the city at 4 :3fl o'clock for Swarth more Tim President was accompanied bv Seiretarv or the Nav.v Danbl. Sec' retaiy of Labor Wilson Assistant Sec retary of Wa- IlrckenrldKe. Secretary of the TreaMiri McAdoo Secretary of .Seri culture Houston and Major-f.en Leonard c Wood, I'hlef of Staff of the army. Senators of til (lid Mute, The following Senatoi. representing; the thirteen orlelnil States, constitute! the deleRation from the upper hou'e of Concress- Mollis. New Hampshire. Weeks. Massachusetts. Itrnnd. wee, Con necticut, Colt, Itliode Island, tVCornimi. New York ; Penrose, Pennsylvania ; Mar tine. New Jersey. Du Pont, Delawnr-t Smith. Maryland. Martin. Vlrpinl i , Aver, man. North Carolina, and Hacnn, (ieoiKla The delecitlon appointed to represent the Hou'e. of Ilepresentatlves included Iteprisentatlve.s ruderwood, Hardvvlck, iildtield, H.iker, Keatlrp, Re)v of Con nectlcut Itrockson, Havilen, Sparkman. Smith of PHlio Hueh.inan, Mann, firay. Kirkpatrlck. Woods. Tancirt. Johnson, Aswell, Linthicum. Murray of Massa chusetts. Doremus s W Smith of Mich lean; Hind, Hammond, Llmlbert.ii, Steenerson. Candler, Dver. Stout. I-nbeok. Itoberts of Nevada . Itoherts of Massa. chtisetts : need, Maker, Calder, Htzcer aid, Payne, rnui?htnn. Pou. Helcesen. Fuss, Hrumbauch, I.atTerty, Vare, lira ham, Moore, IMmonds, Donohoe, Lojrue, Lie. Itothermel. i I'ShailKhliessv. Aiken. Hurke of South Pnliot i Hull, c.ress. Howell, c.reene of Vermont, Slemp, John son of Waslilnirtnn Hrown of Wist Vlr. fcinla, Cooper mid Nelson. Five hundred persons attended thu ban riuet to-nlKht The followlni? toasts were li'Sponded to, "Frame and Congress Hall," by Am bassador .liisserand . "Commonwealth nf Pennsylvania," (lov Tener . "The Thir ties. Colonial States" Oov Mllle- of pel aware: "The Army," MaJor-ren Wood. "The Architecture of the Period." Charles. A 'eiKbr. "American Industries," s. ictaty Wilson Toists wen- responded to nlo by Seer--taty Dinbis and Assistant Secretary Pt erkenrldue. Tho r'storatloti of Concress Hall was obtained only by c.ueful and pilnstakliu' nnrt. Thn architects probisj old walls, and tore off pieces of woodwork here and .hero In searching for the evidence of th nllulnal material used In the bulldlm:, Althoimh the city appropriated monec fo- the wo'li fu services of the arch. t..is we e . v fr. TMi imlntiil e-iale II 'l nlo- i.eii . -., i t the old n et" I'haiube niei tb e'i i v uf tn Ice. I'te.ident, In which sat John Adams and alterwaid Thomas Jeffcrton, was found TaslnnRton once sroke. be ,n K. i.i ( dit wh'-n th' p ' of la'et ire-er r .ors ivas rem .1 T'e i- , 4,.s c, t:.e i. -.' 1' s "I . i : '! 1 1 1 -1 i t i r i d t i tic t a ri" I ! in'il st.ii.-t-.'is,. .md the .'.ir.'. i tl.si;. . I.Un Was Cive.ed )i til Iila'.fu-' '. the .;.eaker "f the H."js. .,f li.;. es i,i ,' .,, alo wi restored almost as i v. Congress Hall will '.i open t, : - . ..! i. fo. a 'n .n'-i 'ie ti.'o. '.eT M i . MOB AFTER GIRL'S ASSAILANT. .N.-ur.i nl MiHrnii, l"it. I Idetttltteil li III Icllio. SnvK". Pa 1 t . l '. c, will Ketnerv I' . ea'-s "id ili'lirt" 1 "1 M li men was drii.!.! I.i'- 1 i' i ht to a '.at k i"c ,t one tb" sh'.-iri-,, 1! . nk. , hnk- .1 s. !el- .md aeuoic d lc a mo lllchlll? Was t'ire.itinid aftit il ar rest In the i as.- iu-di Tin' attack rw-t'urtt-d w.tl.,-i I " jards xif the pul lev tat,on Pnlicemaii Samuel Landowne arrested ileorKe McDavid, 2 .vinirs old, porter of the Colonial Hotel, ally tn-day McDavid was !msitlely ideiitirliil b th- cirl Four men wire iiM-ssarv to kip the fathet from muxlerinc M'David with a lu knife When McDavid was retu-nid to the loikup a irowil of scv.mi1 bundretl mei ind Imv urrou-ided th' police station and demanded him lt, ps in tin hands nf sexual and the mob dlp. rid onl afti i Li-i-d iw ne ii d anot'i"! p'-'c-'tnan had lht-atneii to shnot tb.' tlist i. an that iiit'i-d the si.it! in I'lher attempts at 1 t''".ini; are f. ar-d Mts Kemery told to-dax buvx- i,e saw In r father co-lne the bride lo ni.mli of her while she was helpie.s n the arm f th" iLirro. Shi '.ml -Ic at'i :r.pt. d to make att nutcrv. but was t".. vviak Whm the cirl fi'Kd to etuni h "r," her neither a:nl fath-r -tart. ! ! I... k for her NelKhlsc Jnlr.i -1 ii. the . -i. ai 1 ---v - tal times the) pas.cl w. thin a few feet .f th- --HI T " ic cr". -vl'lerCv n. .in ine frinhti oeil tied aft"' tlir a'e; .i.i- the crl a - t seri-i'i nr du "ti w nen f. mud RENO DIVORCE FOR MRS. MEYER. Ilauiclitrr iif Pronilnrnt I'liitliimh Man Ifas MarrlaKe nmillpil. There was much surprise In societv ilr cles In Flatbush jisterdav when it b. cam" known that Mis Anna M Meyer, onlv daughter of Ibiilv A. Mir. pisl dei.t of the 'iermarn.i lnuriii . Cun pain, bad returned -i ! w dis ao from Reno. Nex . with an nucrloctnrv .lunn annullliiK hei marrlaue to Charb s W. Miyer. a promlmnt vour.c clubnan, .ind on of Henry Meyer, a banket. It wa. nilmittid at the home of her father, "'o'.i Newklrk avenue, that 'he decne had bfep u-rantnl but no laiticu lars were irlven ecipt that tlie suit was tllldl fl liiled. The cnuple wire iiiari,d In the old Dutch Kefoiuied Church mi June !, Iill. more than .'.';)0 quests wi'tiessiui; te I I lelllonv Mrs Meyer's fathei. Henry A M.er, was the unsuccessful Hr publican i.iiidl. date for M.ivor of Itiookljn in l;il He xvas once pieldci.t of tip Cortelvoii Club and was named "the fatlur of Vani.rv net Park" some vais aifo. The daus'hter cot some publicitv live xears iico when si wis nearly .ur. stM.l In Quebec foi ii,iphottlnc fm tub attuns. In 19n: she tnn-'leil abiool. :m,l ;or les ratin back that she wa p.. p irn.K to man-) the Count on I'lau'e M- Mi ycr went to Cuiope and iuiihc was that his pill pose was to stop tlie maTMRe Hut when be letinni'd with his dimrhtcr b and she il. ined Knowini; anv count nf that name. JUDGE SPEER REPORTED DYING. Condition Too Serious fur Hpernllon In l.enruln lloine, Mvco.v. n.i , ii. ' :. Federal JmUe I'moty Sicer, xxnose trial in fore a Con mis committee Is -et f..r next m .nth, Is r ported In a dylm; ctnl'tlon tJ-i.iKht at his mountain home at Mitint Alrv All members of his family hive Von sum j moiled to his bedside. specialist had been suinmonisl from I Washington to operate, for v: illstones, hut , the JuiUe's condition Is too serious for ' the operation I Mix Isau s, a law partner of JudK 1 Speer's son-in-bia, II Ileywitd, his been Indicted In Appllnc counly for al I leked llleij.il praetlcis In s'artina bank ruptcy proceidltu's It is on u charse of mlsuslni; the bankruptcy law that Jmli:o jHpcrr Is to be Inxestis'ated If he recovers, I To it n lifts i rjoo.uuo (iin, ' hoi'Tii M.x.viiiKSTfi!. Conn, Oct 2.1 'Dlrcitois of the silk dim of Cheney llros voted to dav tn five fSAo.non to retdace tl.e s. hnol btilldit s buriie l 1,1st TllUrsC 11 Tin. Mnp u ,1 ,..m t,. ,,v billldiiiL-s to the town tor -I 1 vc.i on , I'omlllioii that the town licit an a.ldilioii , lo unotlur svliool to tout about ICO, 000, 1 NO SOLUTION TO WOMAN'S DEATH. Miss llni'lssiaili-r. Train letlin, I n coiisiloiis I mil Mml, l mvi . net l t ii-i , 1 ,. f i 'ei .il .a' i I i.f li! .w- . i' , n v st-i 'ou-,' d.e tpr mod fi. 'c a V w York c. ntial ttam nar Ci'to t'' .a' ev.mni; ami was found Intel d.ed here to-day without rec.u.jns coniiousiie..s Whether n- Jii'ii"d off or fell off the tialn neither tho conductor imi tho train men could tell. Mls 1 n.i kstadee was a craduate of .yraeuse I'nlverslty an 1 had a posiUon teiuhiiK si hi ml at Marcillus but '. -r ti we.-K nas xls'.tlni; n f ri. ml in N-w V k I When he Isianied the tiain I" N- - V ' i -in to.ik a -.-.it in a dsy coach until th fain reached I'miehkeepsie Th' i. - .'. I a Pulln, an ctr Tialt mi" ' t 1'. . : 'tu.t the V-'UTi XV i '1 .1' W .s ,e.J nerx ou MAIL CHAUFFEURS MAY STRIKE. , I nlon Xn !! 'lii.- r.- Ileltiu 111. biirueil In Knxor ol Others, The ..til s ,.' the Ml.! W.i." ... I'f 'i sa 1 ws'-!, -i) , ,i . ,K, ; ;t . ihaiiT-urs .! d-tve th. rnr.! ,i;ci -r-1 '.v F"r'.-1ft'i "." 's hieltee,,,l bv the union a. iltist th- Postal T a' -poe- ,. ti Complin .1.". ac met of si, eel t.iei e whi'h the compaio ri fus' s to .. iv.sly ii-ie of the crlev in es alleied 's 1 e d. harsrln.- of union rh iutf-ur and t'e ti'.'. of the!' pi tees with tion-U"il"t. -n..p Tne iVnti il Federiteil Filon bus bee" aked to ict as an intermed' try and hi written to the Postma'ter-Clemral and the Secretary of Labor askm.' them t.i adjust the trouble It Is said thit an order for a spike !s b-inu held up until a replv comes from thee two (i ivernment ntli, llN GUARD'S BODY FOUND IN RIVER. Iili'iililiiil li Ills .Isirr us Tlinl of llberl IVtel, The bodv nf Albert Peiel, 1 "i 'oi, Kllard, IX V'e.ir nbl nf lies Vt 1,h stteet. wa filml tlo.it. 1. a ri the II I'lem liiver at the mouth of i't. unwell Cree 1. ear M.n ntnb's Dam (Indite, st. ia,. The ,dt 1 tulcition was mule lat 11 g', in the Haiictn niornue bv his s !" xi. Catherine Klatiuer of 111 W.-t j.th street. I At tlrst the bodv 'vis suppose, I to be, that nf Charles W Tx lei- of ;n w . -d l.tidll stleet because In a pocket w is found a fltppitiir tilllns o' the . v "1" nf Tx'ir on ,1 cl, 1 rpo of smoking " the Sabxvivy Tbete wns 1 I ru sc on the inat, s nt l it Co-one Hi i'v f T''-1 lirnov d,. 1 1 tl.lt It WIS 1 1 Use I bv toe I'O'lx bull p aitainst a bulkhead. "77 ff A hard ttibhorn Cold that hangs on, ta broken up by Humphreys' "Sevnty-sevenw COLDS Catching Cold is always pre ceded by lassitude, a feeling of weakness as if some serious ill ness was pending, this first sign of a Cold is seldom noticed i or heeded, though this is the time "Seventy-seven" is mosii effective. J If you waituntil yourbones begin , to ache; till you begin to cough! and sneeze, it may take longer. All Drug Stores, Mots, and $1.01), or maileu. Iluinphre.i.' Ilonii'o Vlnllelne i o., lid v Hit Slit 1 1. Mw ,!. Att. ATANY are the alluring suggestions for the furnishing of the Dining Room of today offered by the sunny "Parlour" of the Tudor Manor House, which with its raftered ceiling and dusky oak-panelled walls was used as a Living Room when not in actual service for the mid dav meal. For the plenishing of the modern room recourse may well be had to the Hampton Shops Reproductions of Seven teenth Century English Furniture. A hospitable appearing Refectory Table of sturdy oak, for example, or a set of high backed chairs in carven walnut, combin ing a high degree of comfort with an aspect of spacious dignitv. 34. and 36 West 32c! Street, New York Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway SAY PRINCIPAL'S SON IS YONKERS BURGLAR I'lilirt ln si'H Kiliiiti'ii'lx Iti'lollUi'il lo Itroiix Cr.iWli of ltoliliiT. nMEli', N. V. Met. 23, Van F.vrie Kllpatnck, Jr. the siMen-year-old son if Van Fvrie Kilpatrnk, principal of Public .-t.hool in Manhattan. I under arrest per, on 1 . harit" of burtlary AimrdinK to I'nlic- dpt. fieor.-e Cooley tla lid ioi.ftid to-day not only to rob b.i.K tbric Vntiket hoits. but svt-ril in Moui.t Vernnii. N-w l!nchel. pelham Mai. r ai.d Th. limns t-nme of the loot was 11 coveted in Mu.hattan pawnshop this rtfle-noop The Imy live with Ills parvr.ts at to Hunsey road. Yotiker He ent' r.l the Mo'ris lllkii Scliuol 111 Viw York last ieir. but did not return thi fall a.vinc that he pi-.-f. rred to c.i t.. wok In Julv. Iin he aid Leon Hall and Ab ardi r Kl!"ci; Yi-t-k-'s bo;, were arretd. 1 barred with rnhhini: it dozer resldmie l'.'i" Kl'l-.itrn k led tile pi Ik' to a i-iv-e in V.n Cort.andt P.ui where Don't mar the stvle of your gown, with an ill-fitting, puckering, old style "string" petticoat. NEEDS NO ALTERATION'S- I DCTTPIVVT I I L I II iw I I'v. -, FITS WITHOUT A WRINfjtE 1 W It's the only that insures perfect fit V I Messaline and Silk Jersey at $5.00-Cot- ton at $1.50 upwards. . At all Stores. thev had stored thf.t plunder K 111 d Hall have sn-co 1 1 ei,t , lvelloKK is In th. H' jse of . , ItaMlall s Isl.t; d The e (! ' . w I 1. t Kilpa'rli k is , ,esn! 1 , -a few m,.' to ,11 e : m .f c i.iieof H p. . ,. I 1 j. 1 " 1 to' lle-b. rt. .1 .'oh( r ! x ir . ax 1 lei Hal nl. 1 ' . ll s.o N. vv boi d in. 1 . ha'it. liviij; 1 ., ,;, lall. .leweliv, trillh-'- .1' I 1 ,,,'. wire laketl. The thi., r.,1.1.. s. low ever, did not net more than J.'.n. Although he was airrst. d on Wednes day nlitht his Ideutltv was not km until to-day. That niLht In- nv t two h. hunters, told them be was a irame wari and took their rules from them A t . follovvid in which Kitpafnk us- I blaikjack nnd 111 which hi f,. . badlv battir-d He via ar tst. ! taken to a hospital .11,. I to-la' wh.' hatidacis were remi.vi'l fro i h f. was dlsiovried vvhr t.. vvas In hi pock-t Wa a el'e. U. '" ., s at th" lirand Central State r T the poll, i- sa'-. coiita.ned a burirlar's outfit, rons.stito; of a In'.' rift lartruli;. s. a steel Jimmv. a 1 . an ntiitur, a diamond las cutt. -blackjack. Th police av the prlotc r c adm.ts rubbles- houses, but a - ' lof.its to a caiisr of boy deperad Tre't'o',1 s'ct on of The Hronx n hei l up. satuibaced ai.d re bin1 1 be' nf person His fattvr and moth' r ti.. .k- .. staxidK wi'h relat xes In New Y Ic , kmi; 'or a pos.tloti. K I IL) - petticoat ; j a snug, i ( for your rv 7 I 1 I - - I I i ' wik i V