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THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IB, 1014. for 11 "tX UK El S EXPECT $107,000,000 YEARLY ON WAR TAX 3('A(li) rVtirs Less DriiiUliitf of Jli'ci May Cul. Down Itcvriiuu Hill's Total. riJXHOSK AM) LI5WIS CLASH I Wahiiivotow. Oct. II A total nf $107, 400,000 will In- titliM'il men year by the tnxen. litiiuKfi1 In tlif prtnlltiK wnr tpvpmin bill, Kcoretnry MrArton Informed tho Ken (tlx IIiIm iiftcriiotiii, A reduction nf 12. 000,000 will lie m:iili tlirrnijrh atrlklnir out thn tn mi proprietary medicines, If thrr I a coiitniiinncp of tho fnlllnir off In the cfinaumiHUin nf lucr which Im been ROlni? on for thn Hil fi v inniitli", SVeri-tiiry Me Adoo o x t l . 1 1 1 1 t tli'' l"tnl will hnvi- tn l rcilnccil tn J!0,!i.28C. hot counllntf tho patent mitllclno tux. AodirclliiK tn Mr Mc- Vlnoa fk'iires tho boor lax win jum u.7ns.(m. tax nn rcctlflcil ft Irltjt. $,000.n00i nn vcct wlnea. t l.litln.nnn, ami nn iliy lnra, $3, 260,000. or a to!jil nf S7.niR.0li0. Tho tax nn lnnkir. Mr MAilou pxtlmit'tl, will ylolil I l.anO.ntK) : on pawnbroker. 15C0.000: mi cnniml.ialnti broker. 1250, 000; nn r tMonta limit. 112.010. nn tin Hires l.OdO.OOO. nf which $7r.0.00P will be pnlil bv nioxlnif picture tliiMtrin. nml llfi.noo by I'lrcim. Tli.' stamp tnx on trnnafTa of Mock and bonds will !idi, It wan oatlmntril. IMuO.uno, ti ml tin.' lax on tcli'Krnph cum panliK. II. OOli.OOft. while the tntnl yield nf the stamp lux l expected tn bo ISO.OOO,. 000. Hi en t'ii y MeAilno tlKiircK the tax nil PerfiuiK ry will yb Id J2 0ni.ee0, tint nn vhrwltitc PUMi. (3,000.000, and that on tnbacco. (f,.000 IMS. Tho Henatc Klnanee rvnmilttfo, belde KtrlklnK f rum the bill the prnpiiNiil tax nn propi leinrv mlleln--(. nprn d tn- ntlnpt ieniitor tH.vrr's nm-mlnn-nt relatlnir In mo newspaper atimti tix ruder the I uinendmi'iit Htmium will tint li rontilreil on enrh pni-knee nf iiowj'iiicra illatrlli nted. but the tnx will be lmpo5iil nn tho Inula nf the iniiiilii'i' of newspapers Kent out. The ntnendni'ti' further exeniptx imeldiKiH of tiewfimpern cuii!irnert to P"lnt within the county In whleli the pn-i, r l publ chftl. Thn tn.. on wines wan reeonnldered and It wnr dec de I tn iiwui a tax nf S cent a (caltnn on balh ivM and drv wine and nf Rf. teiiis a c lion on brandy used In fortifying the Wile. I'pitrme TrIU of llMrrx, flenntor IVnrno of IN iinc Ivunlii and Senator I.ewli nf Illlmtl IndiilKed In u partisan debate In th- Senate nn the bill. .Secretary Tumulty, rtivnmpinted hy Mr. McAilim aal Mi's Helen Wnmlro'V Holies, wa present throimlmilt the deb.ite Henatnr l'enronr opened by asrertln;; that lVti'Vlvun'ii was sufferlnir from In ilii'trlal paralvsls us the result of Demo, emtio tarllT leiT'aintlnn nnd that the streets were filled with Idle men and women, "DeploraM" must he that situation," re plied Panntnr Lewis "ind. believe me, I view It ierettably that a State which has been ooiiWat. ntly Keptiblican lnce the civil war with v ry rare exceptions could, with ottlivbnldiTs In every branch nf It ilonilivfeil by the policies directed by the lilo S-nator himself, confess tn such blight and misery as to be the object of pathi-tlr svtnp.ithy of the Keneroua and contemn nf the wise. 'We read In the public pre that this very excellent State, with Its unlimited resources, every now and then Is pre. Hcnted to thn country as controlled by politicians who. when not In tha peni tentiary for Inv'nir robbed th.. S'ate. pll- InHe.i tl. Ktt. tr....,o nr i,,,i .. ,',.:.' ury, are in o'Mce un;ll they (jot from olllce bck to the penl-.enllary." Wiirm Kxrliiiuui-s liy Senntnrs, Senator I'enrose Interrupted several times, chnralnir that Senator Lewis's speech was filled with "frivolity and rant," nnd Senator Lewis retorted bv charx Inu that Senator IVnro-e's nlr In the Srn nto was one of "pompous ponderosity." Senator I'enroso In reply to a charse of neK'ectlni; ol!l-lal duties retorted that Mr Lewis had In en r-cently compelled to nttend the session of the Senate by a ferReant-at-arms who had arrested him In bed at bis i- ub anl broiiKht him forci bly tn tho tession. "Unllhe some of, mv enll-'aRties." mid Senator Lewis, "I am alwa In bid nt mldnlKht, as any man oukIu to ho nt tha: hour." Purtnu the colloquy Senator T'enroe sUKKested that the Deinnci.itle lloiife had (tone so far in the direction nf cloture and arbitrary rulliiiw that It would "cause cx Speaker Heed to turn over In his Brave inn! make cue i t.. .... .V... return! to Cnngri -s n. xt year, as ho cer tainly win. look llk,' Progressive' TRAMWAYS CO. SEIZED. Cnrrniisn Tnkr (Iter Properties I'rnlcst to PnrelKii .Viiltnna. Sptt-M Cahlr ItttixUeh to Tnz Si n, Mkxipo Cm, Oct. 12 (Hy courier to Vera Cruz, Oct. 12), Gen. Carranza seized the Mexico Tramways Company at thn point of thn bayonet to-day, tak ing over all tho books, rolling stock and other property with the exception of the cash In tho vaults. Oen. Or.ives. man ager, was turned out of his olllce nnd Tomas KamoM wan put In charge. Carranza'H move was made hecauso of i strike nf the conductors, motormen, inspectors and shopmen, who last Tliurs. day demanded 100 per cent. Increase In wages, nn eight hour day and recognition of their union. They gave four hours limit to accept and the strike began when thn (ompany refused. Tim managers Informed the Oovern ment that becatirio of tho depreciation of tho Mexican Jieo they could not meet tho demands of tho men, and explained that they were carrying passengers for less than 1 -j centH In gold. Carranza explain" that his action was a provisional one, taken In the Interest of the public. The company Is h foreign corporation capitalized at tl.OOO.uOO, with n homo olllce In Toronto. Most of thn stock Is owned hy Hngllsh, French nnd Ilelglan Interests, although there are some Ameri can stockholders. The managers have protested to the Hrazlllan, llrltlsb, French and Helglan legations, and a formal pro ten was lodged with Carranza. Allied with the Ti.imways Is the Mexi can Light and Power Company, Ltd., and the two compa- les supply all the light, power, heat ami electric transporta tion within a radius of thlity miles of the capital. Wahiiinuton. Oct. 1 1. The .State De partmnlit Is linking strong lepresenta tlons tn the (ioM-riiiiien- In M(xico city in leg.ird to the for. Ible seizure of the piopertlis nf tho Mux ten n Tramways Company, Ltd. According In the State Department's Information, the seizure grew out of a strlko among the omplojtex. Tho De. IMi iment is asking the Hrazlllan. Minister at Mexico city for further Information a-.d has instructed him to represent to the Mexican tlo eminent the Interest nf American stockholders Nn word on the in-liter nnu i.cee received from the Ung. Huh, FreiHh or lldglnn ilovernments. JENKINS IIAINS DENIED GUN. .Neighbor 1111(1,1 Inu, hut MiiKlstrnte Won't (i 111 11 1 Iti'inlicr Permit, mngl.l lie Fohvcll ,,, ,), nf,h nVflllp (-(inn nrni.MMi, rtcrlHV refused the miui.it t T Jenkins Hairs, brother nf Cant Peri- Halna, who shot William -Vim's of ll.iy-lde. L. I. snnie v,..-,ra r 11 a perm t tn nn a revolver nlthnuifh ' 1 tn gi il . 1 V !' t ti. i,- U 1 H 1 r 1 hilt 1 1 4 i Asa 11 (i,inInPr, 1 .-M--.V 1 ork county. I ort Ham Itnti nnd reigiiiiora periilstenllv ACQUAINTANCESHIP OUR best clients are thoie who know ui beat. The man who once comet to our Institution has no de sire to go elsewhere. Taking good care of a cus tomer results In a relation ship which constantly In creases the strength of a business connection. Make a start with us the next time you buy, borrow or lend on real estate. TiTlE guarantee AND TRUST C? Capital . . $ 5,000,000 Surplus(u tuned) 11,000,000 170B'Wir,N.T. 17U 1 75 Remicii St., D'klyn. aoo ruiion at lanuica. CARRANZA OUT, YILLARREALTO RULE IN MEXICO Confirmed from first Png tlrn. Vlllarreal haj tho Indorsement of (lun. Villa and U also acceptable tn Car ratua, This Is tho fllst step to be taken bv the convention, lit- said, In outllnlnK n stublo Ruveriiiuvnt for Mexico. Tht hcssIojis of the convention wore re sumed ytaierday under (len. Vlllarroal himself. After patriotic speeches hy Oen Amteles and others who arc, It Is said, ii tlnir In the mo.it harmonious manner, tliM Mtnf!lnl cnvitv nf nnata and tlov. .M.iyloreiia of Sonoin weio welcomed by the convention. . While rarratira's attitude has' not dcllnltely bi-en made Icnuwn. It Is under stood that the ltillurr.ee of his Ooticrnla mil bo binuuht to bear nn him to accept the ( lection of Vlllatieal nnd to tep down fium his olllcc. WAllXhWG TO ARIZONA. Wllsnn Won't l.et Stntp Sllllllfi In terfere mi llnriler. W'ASIltNOTO.v, Oct. II. The Federal Oovernment Is prepared to tuko any ac tion that may be ncrrsiary to prevent the Jeopardizing nf pence between the United States ami Mexico by the Interference of Arizona State troops In thn patrol of the Arlnona-Mnxlco border. This muk evident to -day, coincident with the publication of enrresp indence between Sectolnry of War flarrlson and (Inv. Hunt of Arizona In response to the hitter's announcement nf an Intention to despatch Arizona mllltiu to the Mexican border, If the Federal ttoops did not put nn end to the tlrlmr across the Inter national lino at Naco and Douxlas. Tho 'resident li dotrrinlned thoie shall he no war with Mexico brought on throus-h the natural IhouKh troublesoiiln Impatience of Arizona otttclaU over a vexatious situa tion. Having reached the conclusion that It Is not now Winn to use fu.co to drive the warrltiu Mexlcaun far e-nouitli Inland to Ituiure the safety of the border towns, tho Administration Intends to InsUt on nnthlnir biltiK dono to v.olate thli pnllcy. Dnmt.AK. Ariz., Oct. U. (Jo v. Cleore V. Hunt doclated over thn ttlrnhono to- wn""' continue to hold the ntllltln ready for nn emergency, "To send the Arlzonn tioops to the border at this time," he said, "In vluw .... . ,1... tt't.1- IV would bring about a division of authority between the Federal (Jov.rnment and tho ! State at the points of disturbance, nnd In!':'';.: V" "1 1" all probability would further compllcat i conditions. Jlesldes, I think the crisis has ' The t'nlted States forces here were r enforced to-day by two t-onps nf the ITIurteinth Cavalry from Columbus, N. M, , HEW HEAD A SOCIALIST. ' Vlllnrreiil HeKnnleil ns Most Itndl- cnl of 'iititltiitlititii!lt. Antnnlo I. Vlllarreal, iiciria military governor of Nuevo Leon, sele.-ted ns pro visional Pn-'ldent, Is n Sncl.tll't, nn ar dent snnnoi-ter of the sam- tninclnles as Zapati. Vlll.irrial came Into eo"dlct wl-hlveal, 16 cents; pork loins. 20 cents; beuf tho Fulled States nt the beginning of :'iiderloln, U to 22 centa; rib roast, IS i.-ltbe Taft dmlnlstrfltlon when lie. M ion i and a half dozen other joung Me l, ml Socialist- organized a Junta in th CnPeil'IO to ll rents Stales ( work ngilnn P'irllrlo tiliz. Ai a result of that many of the party were iirroMtcd and several were sentMiced to servo terms (if Imprisonment. VI larrenl llnnlly went to Iah Angelis and then Joined In the Mndero revolution. He was regarded as one of the most rndloal of the Cnnstltutlunnllsti, Inslitlng upon a sweeping compliance with the Plan of Qundclupp, particularly wllh ref erence to the division of the Inndn and tho equalization of the taxes. It Is be lieved his selection will go far toward placating Hmlllano Zapata. In the absence of definite word repre sentatives of the Mox.can (lovtrnmcnt In the city yesterday did not know whether (len. Carranza, supremo chief of tho Con stljutlonallsts, hns eliminated hlintelf llnnlly or has simply stepped down th it he may run for the Prrsldcncy nt the gen eral elections. Cntninza wns n Maderista when Fran cisco took tho field because ho believed In the principles of the party led by thu Idealist. Hn bitterly opposed nil compio mlse at the surrender nnd paee of Juarez, and after the assassination ho embodied theso principles Into the Plan nf (ltri'le Pipe. lie was made first chlif of the Constitutionalist party and thn opponents of lluerta rallied around him. Until the continuous victories of Tranclsco Villa and the Incident of (ten. Felipe Angelea opened a breach betwc( n the supreme chief and the Chihuahua tighter, Con. l arrnnza s word was law with the Con stitutionalists, He remained leader In name nnd entered the capital ot tho head nf the forces. The full truth of the dif ference, hns never been told, but there are many versions. GERMAN RANCH SEIZED. llln Snlil tn llnic Ordered Cnnllncn- lllill of 1IIK Kstntes, F.I Pahi, Tex., Oct. 14. Herman prop, erti, valued nt moie Hutu fl, 000,000 gold nas net n confiscated In the State of Dm align by orders nf flen. Francisco Villa, according to nrivlces received here. Villa Ik 11 ported to have nideml a geneial conllscatlon of all large estntf In Hu rango. whether foreign or Mexican owned. Tho Herman property seized Is north of Durango city and compilses more than 1,000,000 acres. It was purchased ten years ngo for more thnn $1100,000 gold, and together with stock nnd Improve ments Is now vnliied at $1,000,000. (b n. Villa has sent (ino troops to crush the Hen-era revolt In the Parrul district. lUrreiii Is reported to have 1,500 well armed men. U. S. TRADE SEEKERS 00 E0UTH. WABins'nTON, Oct, U, Three of the' newly appointed commercial attaches of me i-iineii maics, Aiorri nam, c, vv. A. Vedltz and Krwln W. Thompson, will leave nt once for the South to confer with manufacturers nnd merchants. They are to be connected with the American legations at Iluenos Ayres, Pnrls and Iterlln, and now particularly i-erk Mi'im.-ite information about southern Interest In fnilc and portabilities of trade villi A gent i:t and wedern ICu. ropi "BARGAIN DAYS" FOR NEW CITY MARKETS Farmers Tromlsc Mr. Marks to Cut Prices for One Dny Only. SO Ml! SAMPLE OFFERINGS A series of "barjraln days" Is to be In ouuurnled In the city's new open markets by farmers, who are fast learning city wnys, nnd by the mom sophisticated ntand holders In the free market under tho i Queensboro Ilrldce. Tho mnrketmen, real izing that women like bargains In food I stuffs as well as dry Roods, have arranged for the first "sales" on Saturday. A scor or more have promised the RoroURh Pres. Idrnt's office that they will cut prices for the day only, nnd that means that many of their competitors will be ohllced to follow suit. A butcher, who will open a new stand, says that ho will give a head of cabbage In lieu of trading stamps to every pur chaser nf a pteco of corned beef. He will offer 250 forequarters of Canada lamb at S cents a pound, hindquarters nt 11V4 cenW and fresh pork at 14 cents. Another will sell C00 pounds of sausages at 12 1 cents a pound nnd 1,000 pounds of lamb chops at 12 cents. A poultry nnd egg broker says that ho will sell COO fresh fancy Long Island dycks ut a profit of 1 cent over the whole sale price. Theso ducks will weigh from five to seven pounds apiece, nn"J uenier irom iiicumonu. cincn Island, has agreed In Introduce himself , limed are Miss Harriet May Mills. Mrs. to the public by soiling honey at 14 cents ,Ip,,n ir,,iist Abhott, M-s Dexter I' u pound, as against the regular price of itumi(.y nml Mrs Hi orgs W Tnpllrt 25 cents. I'niler the rnnstltutlon ndopted last year A vegetable man wll' sell fifteen bushels I no provision wns made for vice-president, of string beans at S cents it quart, the An mnenrtment paed yesterday calls for oidlnary price being 10 cents, nnd 600 flV(, heads of cauliflower at fi cents each, as I .jrg. c.irrli. Chapman Cntt reported on ngnln.1t tho prevailing market price of IS ' plans for the campaign work of 1PH Blie cents. 'said that the minimum nnmiint with which Tha norouuh Presidents ofllce expects ' i),e CM,M, ,.,, K(t ftnnB , jso.000 The there will be a slashing of prices nil along i,t two week- of October will b slven the line. It Is believed Hint extra police-1 )0 n plrdgj. enmpnlgn to culminate In a men will bo nn hand to preserve the dig-, b'g mass meeting In Carnrgl Hall, New nlty of the market i York, on November fi. President Marks has received a report On November lt. It wns announced, the made by nineteen members of the domes- Kmplre Plate committee with Its enmpn tic science class of the lCthlcnl Cultuta pent organizations will open n series of School to their Instructor as to their In- weekly meetings In a theatm In New York vestlgatlnn recently Into prices at the opi n For Inentv.three weekt a propaganda markets. The report showed that fruits meet'ng will be held one afternoon n week, nnd vegetables were from ll tn K0 per from 3 to 4 '.10 o'clock cent, lower In the markets than tn the Actlvlt'es to-morrow, beside the elec average store. , Hon, will be a font pnrade n the trects 11. II. Mncv A Co. have discontinued and a muss meeting In Cnnvinllnn 1 Tn It In selling groccrle.i. canned gools. Ac. In the evening, tn be addressed by Judge the markets. Mr. XIarks has sent the Mary Ilartelme of Chicago nnd Dr. K.ith firm a letter In which he said : "Tnu came erlne 11. Davis Comml-slnner of Cnrrec forward In answer to my appeal to tlons In New York clly. farmers and dealers to bring their -tie Anvng tho men tnklng part In the to these markets In n prompt nnd I artv ' convention are Charles Sumner, Itnbbl way which was very encouraging. You StiphrnS Ylse nnd .lames Leex Laldla. helped It stimulate the open markets president of the Men's League for Woman during those first days when they needed Suffrage In the Slate nf New York. Ten It so much, nml part of the success of of the suffragists' huHbnnds um shnulng these markets Is duo to this splendid much activity In th" work of the dele tesponte on our part You certainly gates. Men's leagues were formed nlong nctcd llk good citizens and good friends, the routn to Itochestcr. Nynek, Middle- Iwth tn the movement and to me pop sonnlly, by backing up this effort to rcdiico ti e cost of living." Prices nt Queensboro Market yesterday were ns follows: Fruits Apples, 10 cents for 3'4 quarts: crapes. 20 cents for a J '4 pound basket: toltay grapes. 8 cents n pound ; pears, 10 cents 'or 2"j qutrts; peaches, 10 cents for quarts; muskrnlons, jo cents apiece: orango, 10 cents a dozen: lemons, 6 Jj''Ju )"f Z?X,n r, 1 ' T1"' "P,h'S I f. 'J, . o w-V. 15 cabbages. It cents n head . caull- cents a head . cucumbers. 1 cent ereh. eggplant, fi cents each, green curn. 30 cnts n dozen, lnttuce, 5 cents a hed l'ma beans, S centh a quart: onions, 3'., quarts for 10 cent.i: plekl. s, 7!i cents for 125; parsnips. 10 cents f, r 3ii nu.ir' i pumpkins. 10 cent' apnc; poiatuc, sr. cents a bushel, S pounds for til ..!iIn ,u.et nntiltnes. K cents a mlart . r.mbnrb. 2 bunches for C cents; squash. 10 centa npleee ; string beatiH, s renta a quut: tomatoes, S cents a quart: turnips, yellow, 5 cents apiece. Meats Lamb, 10 cents a pound; chops. 14 cents a pound; fvrequaiter, 10 cents cents. roui'ry- -i-.mms, in to jj cems duck, r.'n- -I'hinn, 4 fnr r rents; ftcundere, 1 cents weakfish, S cents; live eels, 12 cents, btuefleh, 10 cents, cod, 10 cents, mnckerel, 10 centa; porgles, S cents; cunppcM, 6 cents. licrough President Marks. In an address last night before the Municipal Art Club nt tho Natlonnl Arts Club, Clrnmercy Square, siJd that tho open markets have, ca'led attention to nnd heightened the beauty of tho arches of three nf the clts's bridge approaches. He said thnt hnd the city built the nrches of the Queensboro Bridge at nn expenditure of J500.000 for market purposes only the money would have been well spent. TO CONTROL FOOD PRICES. Commit Stem nf Market llecnln tlon Is Ail vni'iiteil, David I.ubln, who hat lived In Home for ten yenra ns the American momber of tho International Institute of Agricul ture, dnscrlbed yeslordny at the Hotel Majestic two echemes by which he thinks much could bo done, to control the cost of living In this country. Tlotli plans nro embodied In mea-urca now before Congress, but almost hope lessly pigeonholed. One Is to secure an ndnptntlon 111 this country ot the Herman Litidwlrtschaftsrat, or agricultural coun cil, This la a representative body of (ler mnn farmers, -whoso advice must be asiked on any lawmaking affecting farms nnd who regulnto with mlnuto earn the marketing of foods. Mr. I.ubln would have a tcmpornry commission formed of twenty-nlno men, fifteen farmers, tho others railroad men, merchants nnd Interilale Commerce Com mlFlonern to net for the fnrmers until the 'Landwlrtschaf'srnt system could be Hindu over for uso here. Mr. Luhlna other suggestion Is nn In- ternatlnnnl commlHilon, either to regulate or ndvlce upon oversens commerce and rntes, nn wants mis country to indorse an International meeting to consider forming such a commission. Rnrth'inakr In Jninnlca, KlNOSTON. Jamaica. Oct. 14. A severe enrth shock wna felt'nt 2:15 A, M, to-day. No damage wns reported. Not Like Other Beers! Ihtrt li a Mark J Superiority In tfit Quality of fl It So H'hcUiomt, Sparljlnt, Snappy and Dtllclout. SUFFRAGISTS WORK ON ELECTION SLATES Mrs. Brown Will Probably He Chosen President Agnln nt Kochestcr To-iluy. WANT A PUNT) OF .$150,000 KociirsTUi, Oct. 14. Feminine politics took first placo In the sesMonn of the suffrntrlsts In Htnte convention In Uoches ter to-day. Klate mahlntt wns tho partic ular nctlvlty In which Interest was cen tred, as the election takes place to-morrow. "We wouldn't think of chancing horses while crossing the stream," was tho way one. woman explained herself regarding the almost certain reelection to the ofllce of president of Mrs. Haymond llrnwn of NVw York city. That seemed to be the general sentiment of delegates from nil parts of the State, who have tho utmost respect for tho executive ublllty which she lias shown elncu her election at ItlnKliAmlnn Inst year. The vice-presidents sug-Ktstcd arc: Mrs. Arthur I.lvormore, Mrs. (leorcc NYlmait, Mrs. II V. Cannon and Mrs. Alfred (1. Lewis. Miss Marian May of New York city Is up for the olllco nf correspond Intc socriitary. The present recording secretary, Mrs. Nicholas K I'rasor, mid the present treasurer. Mrs 13. M. Chlliln. were rennmlniited wltlmut opposition. It Is probable that the old board of direct- tnrs will be reelected with tho exception of Mia I.lvermnre. camlldato for a vice. I presldenoy. Sho w 111 bo replaced by Miss Mnry H Hay. The four other women .h arvril ,,. ..... .,, ,..,. r. town, Hnncck. Ithaca nnd Oenrvn nil have men's lesguts now. NEW MEXICAN HALLWAY BOARD. .Nrvrrnl tllri-etnrs I'nkniiiri Here Mn)' Hi riirraiirlstns, Slitmil t at'lt ltrwtrh tn Tils Si Mexico Cirr. Oct ll. Thn stockholders tlect a The d of the National Hallways of Mexico have new board of directors. Tim dlieclors for Mexico ar Jesus Aeun.1, Manuel Agulrro Herlnnga. Juan Amador, Carlos Hasove, Luis Cabrera. niln9 de Limn, Onbrlel Mancera, Itafnel Nleto. Alberto Pnnl, Modesto Holland, Jose Simon and Itnfnel l.'benm. The dlrectora for New York are IVIlx Warburg. 11. Hrown. William Ldmind. Ignaclo Knrlqurs, .lames Perkins. Itobeito Pesquelra, Walter F. ltoen, Chnrli s S ibln and ltlchard Schuster. Tho commissaries elerttd nre Miguel Aletlo llnbles and Hoqiic Estrada The new Mexlcnn board of directors of the Notional Hallways of Mexico contains j only three members of the old board. Among those elected who are unknown to I the local repre-entatlves nf the company ' are II. Drown. William IMinnud and JameH 1 Perkins. Olher new nieiiibcis nf the board nre Ignaclo Unriqilc. Ilobei In Pes quelra und IVl M. Warburg, the lust naniMl succeeding his brother. Paul M Warburg, who t-iHlitned whin he becnm'1 n membor nf the F1le1.1l llrserve 11. wd Must nf tho men who are elected tn the board are representatives of the Carianza Oovernment. No athlccH regarding tho. tiirciii.u iinvd im-cii rtteivcu ni 1110 local otllces of tho company and It was stated there that n. N. Hrown and other officials would not comment on the election. WINDING UP BRAZIL ROAD. Federnl Jmlur Mayer Appnlnts Two Anclllnry llccelvers Here. Ancillary receivers were appointed last night by Judge Mayer In the United States District Court for the property of the Ilrazll Hallway Company nnd Kh sub sidiary, the Mndelra-Mntnore Hallway Company, In this district. This property consists mainly of securities nf the com panic deposited In local banks. At the rei'iiest of Attorney W. Nelson Cromwell Judge Mayer appointed the same receivers nn were named In the original equity suit brought by Drnno Minn of London In tho United States TUstrlrt Court at Portland, Me., on Tues day. They nre V Cameron Forbes, for mer tiovernor-denernl nf thn Philippines, nnd David T Davis of thl city. They were placed under n Joint bond of S2fi,000 tn the aiHIIary receivership. The plaintiff In the equity suit Is the l,nllA . (Iir inn ... , v, . IIUOII , .,,,,,nv'.l (HIT I, ,111111, (F iiit: I , , . . 1 . , . .. .. ' ..laneirii .iinmnrn cnniiinuy. ne estimates the total liabilities of the nlllcd roads at 1111.000,000. Thn Ilrazll Hallway Company nnd Its subsldlnry control 5,000 miles of rnllway In Hrnzll. They represent the concrete results nf Perclvnl Fnrnuhnr's efforts to effect a union of the rnllways In southern Ilrazll. Their financial condition nt present Is attributed In Hie European war, the drop lii Hrazlll-in exchange nnd tho fact that the Hrazlllan linvrrnment was un , ablo tn float Its propo-ed $100,000,0011 loan .and In con-equcneo failed to pay the lira zll Hallway the $10,000,000 it owed the system. Kermlt lloosevelt, son of Col. Itooae velt, Is connected with thn Ilrazll Railway Company. He Is atatloned In Hrnzll, whither he recently took his hrlde. for- .merly Miss Nollle Wyatt Wlllurd. dninrh ter of the American Ambassaihir to Spain. Infinitely Better! llattled only by the lirewers, Boatlloslonci Woorz, New Yurie, flritf,. fr.im inv ilaala. HOADLEY ACCUSED OF HIDING ASSETS International Power Co. Head Faces Contempt of Court Charges. HAS NO FUNDS, HE SAYS ChnrgpK that Joseph II. Hoidley, prcsl dent of the International Power Com pany, Is concealing his assets to avoid rnt'lnir A. lodgment fni 191 e.KI ...I . In the Supreme Court yesterday before Justice Donnelly on an application to punish Hondley for contempt of court. Tho application wna madi by nichurd eon, tllll & Co., which got a Judgment last April and has not been able to col lect, The Judsmotit creditor examined Hosd ley on September 10 Inst nnd he wns di rected to return tar riith ...Mln.lAR - . - . 1 .! Nil ll.k M,l 4 on October 2. He failed to appear and counsel for ih.j creditor asked Hint he be punished for contempt on tho ground that his failure to appear was due ti his f fort in voiioenl property eufllclcnt to pay the nniount of the Judgment Jus tice Dopnelly donlid the application on condition that Hundley appear forthwith for further cxn,mtnntlon. In his ttntlmony Hondley said that he Uvea at IS Ust l:ighty-second street and denied that he maintains apartments at thn Ualdorf-Astorla. He said ha has no Interest In the residence In which he lives and doesn't know whether It Is In his wife's name. He pays no rent, ond his wife llvra In the house ton. An apart ment Is malntnln-.d there for Ills brother, A II Hoadley of Providence. Hoadley said that his wife owns all the furniture In the house. He contrib uted no funds to purchnso any of tho con tents except that he gnvo his wife n set of sliver In Hfi, He has had no bank nccount for several years und pays his bills by ensh. lie testified Hint hn hns authority tn uo checks of the Interna tional Pnwsr Company ond the American rirltlsh Manufacturing Company, or which he Is general agent Hundley aald he , supposed to get m.noo a year salary from the Interim tlonal Power Company, but has received nothing but expensp money since n stock holder got an Injunction restraining the payment of his salary two months ago. He says he own, no stock In these com panies. TWO DELUXE BOOK MEN PLEAD GUILTY Homco V Nathnn nnd Edward J Morr. two of the eight de luxe booksellers on trial before JudU'n Foster In the United States District Court, pleaded guilty yes teiitay to charges of having used the mull to derraud. The two used tn bo known as Inde pendent book dealers handling tho de luxe rnple Issued by James .1. Farmer, Col 1111 Hnrtley and Sain Wiirfleld. now on trial. Assistant United States Attorney llossn. addressing the Jury, said the (liiveriiincnt expects to know thnt Fanner and his associates ! light cheap book materials and mniln ornate volumes nt a cost of Jfl to 15 each, which they sold for M0U to $500. On n table nenr by lay a dozen or n bonks whose covers appearcil tn be leather, finely grid tooled. Mrs. Ultima illnl of Suit Lnkn City. whi.e lo-es .hi bnnk swindlers are set at Mfi.fiOO, was the frt witness, n won her suit against (Iletin Farmer In llostnu thnt 'ed to the arirM of his father, James J Fanner, and others Olenn Farmer wns convicted. M's Illrd said she was first offered sets of Theodore ltoosevelfs and Oscar Wilde's works matked down flnm tl.(lOi) to $200 She bought the ltonevelt In six volumes. Mi-. lllrd'H crowning Investment was In n sllll more mngnlllcnt llbr-uy. reported to hale ciime from Denver nnd sail to be worth JlOc.ooO, "priilnbU moie" She ha 1 the chince tn get this for f30,nu0 cash. She took It Her Immediate! resources felling she went nut and borrowed mnney nnd pul l the whole 130,000 cneh down. And that wns the Inst she saw nf the bonk selleis for a long, long while. TheKewtSj Half a Cent a Mile If you are one of these who say you "can't p.fford" an automobile, stop a minute and con sider these facts: In a nation-wide series of 200-mile non stop economy tests, 100 Saxon cars, in 100 cities in various parts of the country and under all kinds of road conditions, averaged 34.53 miles per Rfillon of gasoline. Some averaged more than 47 miles per gallon. Recently a Saxon car es tablished a world's record for durability and economy by traveling from New York to San Francisco over the Lin coln Highway, 3389 miles, in 30 days. Over mountains and across the Great American Desert it kept its schedule and averaged 30 miles to a gallon all the way ' a cent a mile for fuel. Lots of Saxon owners tell us they travel 30 to 40 miles a day nt a cost of 15 to 20 cents. Can you find a cheaper mode of transportation everything considered? Mny we have it demonstra tor cull nt your home? Phono Columbus 12.3. Saxon Motor Company of New York 251 W. 57th Street, New York, N. Y. in nil Itrdturd Ae llrooklyn, M. T. i:.. Auto Company. .-Newark. .. J iiutilliulnrs for .northern N. ,1. &X0N$395 JKaxw&ll $695 ITiezOTeatures Powerful fast unusually graceful and beautiful in its lines roomy, comfortable and completely equipped with Top, Windshield, Speedometer, and anti-skid tires on rear, the 1915 Maxwell at $695 has more high priced car features than ever put in an auto mobile before for less than $1,000. Here it the easiest car to drive in the world -here is the greatest all around hill climbing car in the world. Here is an auto mobilo to be really proud of. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour With Electric Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra. Maxwell Motor Sales -Corporation 1808 Broadway, at 59th St. NEW YORK CITY PRIVATE NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS vou.m; u:n ami iiiitm. till; llllUII.N MHIIOI. Ill it llllil.Mt, 211 m T&th Ml Tel Col 'U Tun yi'fim nrk In mv Miiuiluuly only llln III li 'I- V u h A I. 111 r . I I.,,. I i IttMtl. 1 or ll'i' Oti' in vnnlay. Oct. V -, ill . ii to in,t Di-.iiv, tim-nt ll'Xt HWlt.lll Ml . M til ll'JII ST. Kl.t.V IN HI. IKMH.. O. A. I.. nitlNNK. S31 W. TOUl St. Cnl. M9. Coll'te I'rqinriitury Vrry smull group. Individual Attention, inn )mr, Oct. HU niK Koittrr school roa no is. Ilh tnljlr-in-lU'l'iil. 317 Klnetbrlilni. A country day nnd bMrdlnc eriiool tor younger l)os. ItAllllV J, UUliKI.. i'rln, iTtVIMi hi IIOOl. I II, HAY. StV tilth Ml. Tel. IW Stliuyler. Ilujii Irom 1 to M. All PepartmcnH. No home luilr for boj under IB. tTiircihokf si noiit.. aao wt 711th t. 1'l.mrrr Hrnool for Imtltiaunl Altfiitlon. Two vrart' work In one. l'rrpnrn tor all tolleiea. to Hrronl ruunla. riionn 711 1-"!. ct'ri rit soiiuoi.. No, 4t-Sl Kaat slit Ml. From Klnilcrgarlcii loOollrte. Outdoor Sport. Indoor Damn, wn.cAitrrNTr.if.sBniooi. ronitora. S10-31J Vrt fJid Aw. Tel, Col. il'Ja Hlh Vrar Orwna Oct &. lull. Ou'iloor errclo I2W to 4 all winter. couxtHATi': Mciinni, roa novs. 311-JIJ w 77th Slrrrt. A 4'iillriio Trrparatnry School with Strung Vrlmarynnil Jun tor tirailea. LAwmcNrn hvitii sriiooL roit novs. M BAST r.JI'II STHI'IT, Clcmrnt Lawrence Smith. A. M I'rtnrlpaL 4LASON 1'OI.M .1111,1 1 All V ACAIMMIl In 110 acre I'arK, Itrnnt, N. l.t'lly Caihiillc Ikvinl In g A Hay K hool for. Ilnya: prcparci cnl iprr ortu llrv Mr l"il"iuril, I'rln Olalnr itiviiittiAi.i: ctirNritv school 11 Acre near Van Cnrtlanilt I'll, nt JMd at. Day h. Hoarding Ilnya. V S llarkrtt. Ilriid. maner Intimate trarhlnc tiy .Scholarly Men. TOUNO I AIMI S AMI OIIII.S. Tiir. itmiwN school or Tf tohi.no. 23B Weal 7SH1 Hireet. Office 341 W 75Ui St Tel. Cot. MJ. Two year In oils. ALaolutely Individual. tiik s(;iiiiir.it school, tin rr. nnth st. Hay A Hoarding, lira in. ft filth Hrhool. tkrreUrlal Cmirne for High School A College Cradunlea, Outdoor gym, Domeailo tirli-nco, ins LANcr.r hciiool for initi.s. Wet I'.nil Ave, A ustli Ml Tel 4IJK Itlver. Kindergarten. Clrinrnurr, High School and College I'rep HojVKlemeiiiary Dept. 7heCratiam school rortllrla. 43 Itlrrrtld iilve I'rlmary "J P"-irad Cilleire prep, n,l academic ctniiaea. ia)thear. Open Oct. 7lh. HUerild 'bua to TOIhSl Tel tHA Schuyler. NI'W YOnK COI.I.I'OIATI' INSTITL'TK. II t.Mary NchoonniaUer'a School for Cllrla ,H(&Wnt ifnd Av nrar77St Tel TZMSthuv, Kdgii to ciillege.lnilorkerl by Stale Heptotl'.d. HAKNAHH SCHOOI OF IKIL'SKIIOLII Ainy.JjaW 78th St Spl trnlnln ir tor horn makrra. Dr'am'k'g, rnatmnp ilealgnlnit, mllll nery.cookln g, houacl.old arctt. 1 el, twnii Mchuy itivr.RHini: school. M0 Weit I'nil Ae.. Corner told t. KlPdergarten. riementery. High School and College Preparation Tel. 1W lllver. MOTH srxes. r.TUit'Ai. 11.1 cm: school Central 1'ark Weal and Slity.thlrd atrcat I'rom Kindergarten ui i'ollege. Athlrtlo I'll! J. Open Air Department. IIOItAfi: .11 ANN KC ilOOI Teacher' College, Cnlumtrln t'nlveralty. If tell b"ho"l f"r !lrl. Ulemenlarv fur Itova anildu-la Optni Srpl, 2K. Il'way anil 1201h at, ""THIS HlltlX'TOIIY AI'IMCAHS DAILY Jt SUNDAY. ItAII'.S ON IIKOllF.Hr. niF. nciiiiou I'oi.i.FnK ami iiamp Itl'IIRAt'. N. Y, NI'N, V Y. CITY. HKCKKTAI1IAI, SCHOOI.". NEW VOBK CITY. New York. ITIIjs Conkiin's MK4'IITA"UL cmnni bTKNOUIIAl'HY TYI'KVlUTINa iiemoveit rrn-i 7 Wel 4Jd S. to OOUUKHCIAI, KNOINI'.r.lM' IIUILUINQ U7 Weal UBtb SUeet. , SCHOOLS FOB OI1II.S AMI YOUNO WO.MF.N. NF.W YORK New York City. m CCIfl PI C 241 Ccntnl Park OklnrLC Wot. cor.84:hSt. Iioaidliig and 1 n ri.iml lor (ilrla. College 1're IMratury and Special Claatct. Open a Oct, 7th, foil WVS AMI lOL'NO mkn. NKV VOKK New York City. IRVING SCHOOL L. D. RAY .'III WHI M4lll St. Tel. 4H30 Schuyler. Uuya ratrfully taught how to learn and carei for from n to is), nnd on Saturday raornlngi. l.caaoni atudled In School. A o-foot gj mnalum on the nremliea. A stall of 12 iirufraalonal teacnera. si:.vh run yuaimiook. MQMioK, y. ; MACKENZIE SCHOOL, .MONHOK, N. Y. Upper Itamnpo region of Orange Co.i II nilnutea from tho (.It) , boya carerully claaal lied at any time, FOH 1IOTII SEXES, NKW YOHK New York City. HAMILTON INSTITUTE AiP"OyED BY N. Y. 8TATE REQENT3. FOR BOYS, 699 W.it End Ay. 8. W. cor. 69th St. r-HO.rt PHIMARY TO COLLEGE ENTRANCE. OtTic hour 91 TEL. 680J ftlVERSIOL TOn QIRLS.6QI Wait End Ay. N. W. cof.89th SL LLSSOHS PHCPARED AT THE SCHOOL. Special and Ueneral Courjat. College Certificate. Office houra. 104. Tel. 3239 Hivernd. THE (llTI)O(lll SCHOOI. SI la Ann ChrUrea, I'rlnclpaL Ftom Kindergarten to Normal Clamea. Open air clnaeea and jamm. lat-llE 7ltl St neoptnaOrt. Tth. Principal at echool rlally. DANCING. NEW YORK New York Clly, MR. OSCAR D U R Y E A announcea nli return troni Europe and ! . , reopening of Children nail Adult Clanaee October Flrat, .T.V.ITIPN lff AKSTHETICS. THE Ni:tV IIANCKS AM) IIKI'OKTM BNT, OSCAIl IJUIIVEA SCHOOLS, 47 Weat Seventy acond Street, 658 Wait H!nd Street. Cataloguea aant. L0 UT8"E"M 0 R GANSTTTDI 0 8 tan in:si u" in .vi ki.i.'i. Inalructlon In Halancellu, Houll.Houli and nrwuel Uancra, Chlldren'a dauea at atudlo. anil Uohaiak Hold, Brooklyn. Phone 640 Columbua, I. O V F I I ' Columbia Srhnal 10(1-104 IV. SDtli St., Cor. 6th Au. At. I. TIIK LATKST IIANCKS COItllKCTI.Y TAtlUHT IN 9 I.ESSONB, II. OI'HN DAILY KHOil A. M. TO 111' M llercptlona Saturday and Sunday UvenliKi Oeorge W. lVallacr'a SrilOOL FOIl DANCING, llretton Hall Hotel, 1Mb. Ht and llroadway Children. Adulia, (llaaa and Hrivnte C.italegt. MUSICAL ST.W YORK New York City. HOME FOH GIRL STUDENTS InArt. Mualr etc . atndenta aelect thalr leu ore, 1 haprnna;e! homn cre nnd aoclal "e Mr" '.OUIHK TAUKKlt, ajg Weal IQth St. 7751 Sehliy f" Instil ol Mus'cal M of (he Cify oTn- York I l'rmk. namrneeh, Ireetor Unlfnrin '" Addreaa Serrelarr, ltO Clnremnnt Ae.. N 1 PRIVATE SCHOOLS THE SUN mnintnins n mont cdlciont Etlucntionnl Burcnu. This complete service is nlio lutoly free of chnrKP to you. Accurate und unhinBcd infor mation given to nil Inquirers. This scrvico will jirovo of vnl uuble nsBistiince in solectinp; the proper Echool for plncini? your boy or girl. In writing give eufficient rle. tails 10 that intelligent advice can be given. SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND CAMP BUREAU 170 Na.iau St., New York rgt l-:-.'-' W tjj if 4,. j-rm V,..