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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.
7 4 MRS. AARONS BADLY HURT IN AUTO CRASH "Vlfo of TIiPiHrirnl .Manager Sustains Fractured Skull in Collision. THKATHK PARTY SUFFERS Mrs, Alfred 12. Anrons, the wife of tho Hi. .itrli'.il producer hihI former limuiKer of tho fnslnn Thcutre, wnti very danger oiisly injiirnl In un nutomolillo accident iarly cnterday morning. Sir. Anrons'g ,,ir. while returning to hU homo In liny, yule. I'. 1.. ftr ii theatre party, was In . olllsloii at I'.lnihurat, Queens, with the machine f Jamea llogan of 202 West lOf.th street. With Mr. iiml Mm. Aarona were Mr. anil Mr. Henry Hratiy, the luttcr a daugh ter of Philip Donohtic. treasurer of Tain inHti Hall. Sir. Kriiticeei Peck and KtU ward T Powers, a magazine writer. The automobiles, which were going at high speed, collided Ircriitisp they did not give ircIi other mom to pan. Other auto moblllsts pulled the numbers of the Aarons party from tho wreckage. Mrs. Aarons was unconscious, and when ha reached HI. John's Hospital It wni mid her nkull was fractured and that she might He. Sir. Aaron, was Internally hurt and severely cut and luulsed. After Mrs. I'eck and Mr. Ilrudy had Ihelr injuries uttended .It the hospital they were sent to their homes In Hay Hide.. Mr Hrady and Sir. Towers suffered only from shock. Sir. llocan was not hurt. HOTEL MAN DIES IN AUTO CRASH. Joseph llnKiier'a A cel. Ilrnken When Mn-liliic Hits I'olr. Josepn Hogner. 54 years old, of C02 East nighty-thlril street, owner of the Astor Hotel, on Kulton street, Astoria, was killed In an automobile accident on th Astoria road between Steinway and Corona at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. In tho automnbllo with Mr. "Horner were Michael Cnsslno. who was driving the car, his brother I'lerro and Ermwt Ilellero, ill of 30 Chestnut street. Flushing. At Hall street tho afitomoblln skidded on the wet asphalt and hit a telctrranh role, tho passengers being thrown out. ! Bogners heart struck the pole and his neck was broken. Ambulance Burgeon Dobbins of Ht. John's Hospital, Jxmg Isl and City, said he had been Instantly killed. Sllchael Oasslno went through the wind shield, hut was not seriously Injured. The others received bruises. The party had been at tho Astor Hotel. Mrs. John Wlnrdai find Nurse In jured! Auto In liltrli. In avoiding tho automobile of Mont gomery I. a lloche of Garden City on tho Queens ro.id near the Motor Parkway, Lone Island, yesterday the chauffeur of the machine of John C. Wlarda of 87S St. Mark's avenue, Drooklyn, drove Into a ditch and the occupants of the car wore thrown out. Sirs. Wlarda. her young daughter and Miss Spence, a nurse at the Hlvercrest Sanitarium, received Injuries from broken Hints. Sllss Spence was taken to the Flushing Hospital In Sir. La lloche's car. She will recover. Chauffeur Is Killed While Patting: on Chains In Itoad, Winstep, Conn., Nov. 18. Louis Turner. 25, married, chauffeur for Dr. Mark S. Hradley of Hartford, was killed In the highway Just west of Satan's King dom In the town o' New Hartford to-night hy an auto owned and driven by Ariel MUchelson. wealthy tobacco grower of Ta-tfTvilK n he was putting a chain on 'he wheel of his employer's car. His back was broken, It Is believed. He died minedlately nfter being placed In the doctor's car. Sledlcal Examiner Joslah Sweet Is conducting an Investigation. NO BAN ON THANKSGIVING BIRD. (altle IMncnp Precaution- Jtetd No H-ciise- for Ititlslns Price. Washington, Nov. 15. The rise In tho prl-e of poultry of nil kinds reported In various States cannot. In the opinion of experts In the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, In any way bo attributed to the outbreak of tho foot and mouth disease. This disease doe not affect poultry, and the Federal quar antines of various Stalee, fourteen In all, ay no embargo on shipments of poultry. For Instance. Illiodo Island can still send nut her Thanksgiving turkeys, although no rattle, sheep or swine can leave her territory. SIm'e the disease Is readily communi cated from farm to farm by cats, dogs, poultry and human beings the local au thorities exercise their own discretion In he restrictions placed on shipments of rrodure from tho area in the Immediate vicinity of the Infected farm. These areas are o limited In extent, however, hat the amount of poultry that may ms no prevented from reaching tho Thanksgiving market Is a Inappreciable ercentago of the total supply. Poultry from tho uninfected areas In various quarantined Btatea can be ""ri freely wtlhout the least danger of Treading the disease or of Injuring tho health of the consumer, according to the authorities. BABY ELEPHANT HALTS CARS. n rink a tint of llox In llrnnitvrnr nil nnd Heats nn Hulls, obftlnato btby elephant that pre ferred to rest on thu car tracks at Hroad- and Forty-fourth street yesterday "fternoon blocked tratllo for some dme fid furnished amusement for some hun rlreis of persons who stood In a driving ralnstnini and watched tho efforts of sev eral p dicemen, truck drivers, motonnen ' I r.th. is trying to (llslodgn tho ntltmal. animal was lioxod In a heavy pack f iae, but finding his quarters too ired pi oce.ded to stretch. Itejult ' x sinatiheil and tho unruly animal ' ' i i. ,j oUt 0Ver the tailboard to tho ' i.' tiiiit, whero he continued to lie. Pa-roltnan Sullivan of Traffic C In f' ml John Palmer, the dilver of tho motor truck, that he'd havo to net tho " . bj'lt Into his box In Jig tlmo and D ' Mocking the car lines. A chain was f' 'ni-il to the babe's neck nnd the other f i o a trolley car. Modern science tr .'nihfil nnd the animal got up. Then ,l" s ,.r,i hundred persons trailing r '''hind Sullivan proudly led his r'i mil meek elephant to the West ' ' .Tilth street station. The Health r' ' '' ii was appealed to and permls- " glv, n to Palmer to lo id the ' ' to its 1 25th street destination. FRANK'S LAWYERS HOPEFUL. "'Ill sU llrbenrlnw In Oeorarla, 'Mien (in ia V. S. C'nnrl. ' ia'-m, N'nv 15, Defeated for tho ' "in lii th Oeorgla Supremo Court '' for I, M. Frank, ronvlcted of w.t .(.iriier of Mary Phagnn, have sot tu wnrV u. (;irry tho case directly to the "' .lies Supreme Court. A rehear : '1 'Irst hu asked of the Ueotgln " C'niit, .mil If this Is didiled liwvers will ro directly to ii ' e f the United States Supremo ' ' ' a writ " k a lawyers expressed eonflaence J" 'i nf final victory lu the United States ' me Court. EVERY DOG HAS DAY, BUT CAT WILL GET TWO AT WALDORF Atlantic Club's Show Will Begin To-morrow Feline Aristocracy in Sun Parlor Confidence Man With New IdeasOther Talcs of the Hotels. Kvery dog Is oald to have his day, but the cat Is going to havo two days. To-morrow and Wednesday Imvn been set aside for the thirteenth annual champion ship cat show of the Atlantic Cat Club. It will bo held In thTT'sun parlor of the Waldorf, beginning nl 10 o'clock to morrow. The show manager, Sirs. (J. K. Taylor of .Syracuse, says It will be the greatest of cat nliows. InK haired cats and long haired kittles of every shado and variety will be benched and will no doubt entertain with tho very latest popular songs. Any cat of sound health Is eligible for exhibition under the rules of tho Vanclers Association and may compete for tho prises. Each variety of cats, except the back yard variety, will be divided Into three classes, open, novice and kitten. Tho open class la for cats of either sex that aro moro than eight months old. The novice class In for cats more than eight months old that have won a first prl-o at any sanctioned show. The kitten closa Is for any kitten not less than four months old on tho opening of the Hhow. PrlnteiL with the official premium list of the show Is this dellnltion of a. cat: "The word cat Is used for theae rul"s to Indicate a domesticated feline of either sex or a neuter, of adult ago. A kitten Ia an Immature cat under the age of eight months. An American bred cat Is a cat born In tho United Htatea or Canada of a dam owned In the United States or Canada at the time of rating." Kong hatred cats and short haired kittens are popular favorites for this show. A Jocular young person suggested last night that George Boldt, proprietor of the hotel, dispense with his orchestra to morrow and Wednesday and hire the cats to furnish the music. Rdgar Lewis, tho moving picture di rector, told a story last night to his guettn FINDS MEDICAL LACK IN PRISONS OF CITY Philip Klein, Association's in vest iprator. Says Service Is Deplorably Inadequate. A leport In which the medical service of the Department of Correction Is ar raigned as deplorably Inadequate and defi cient in method and organization has been submitted to Commissioner Katharine II Davis by tho Prison Association. The In vestigation on which the repot t Is bused was made by Philip Klein, assistant s crrc tary of the association. Commissioner Davis atrees with the llndlngs of the in veitlgator and In general approves of such recommendations for Improvement vs he makes. According to this report, the actual amount of medical work done In tho various prisons of the department, al though fur below what It ought to he, amounts even now to viio work of a hos pital with a capacity for 250 patients, and of dispensaries treating sou.! COO pa tients dally. But whereas un ordinary hospital or dispensary Is conducted In one place, with proper accommodation", the medical work of the Department of Cor rection Is performed In more than a dozen different places, with sadly Inadequate ac commodations. There Is a dally average of 5,000 pris oners In tho department's prisons, and more than 110,000 persons admitted to the various city prlkona during tho year. Hy accepted standards, tho report says, all those admitted should be thoroughly ex amined, yet practically nothing of the kind Is being done. The ennltary supervision of the prisons Is largely neglected beeaue of the lack of standards and of central control. The physicians have llttln or no Incentive for their work and tre'dlc.il pos sibilities are neglected for lack of organ! ration or cooperation of the medical pro fession. The recommendations Include tho cen tralization of all medical service through out the department under tho general med ical superintendent, examination of all per sons when admitted, the establishment of a central hospital for the department, de velopment of Hart's Island as a centre for treatment of tuberculosis and drug eases, organization of the medical staff by grade and standardization of tteatments accoru Inir to types, standardliatlon of sanitary upervision anu me rnwiuwoiimcnv ui u u'.s pltal ward In the Tombs. NIGHT RIDERS WHIP THIRTEEN MORE MEN Two Uiiiidrod Wnit iiijr to A (uck Kentucky Town and Battle Is Kxpctitoil. Lexington, liy.. Nov. 15. Thirteen more men were taken from their homes In Muhlenberg county last night and whipped by nlKht rldem. To-night 200 of the lawless band ure reported to bo on the outskirts of Central City waiting for a favorable moment to enter tho town and "shoot It up." as was done noveral nlphts ago. The night riders are said to be In censed becau'.o Sheriff Itohert Wlckllffe and liU deputies havo arnieil themselves with Hhotguns and havo promised to usn them If there 1s another outbreak. A battle between tho otlleer and tho night rlderB ! lielleved to be certain. The outrages committed by tho night riders In tho coal llulds of western Ken tucky wero brought to tho attention ot Oov. MoCreary officially to-lay for Urn first time. Judge J. J. nice and W. II. O ray attorney for Muhlenberg county, called on tho Crovepnor. Thoy did not ask for troops, but requested u leward for the arrest and conviction of the night riders who lynched Henry Allen Thtirs day lilgbt. Allen was Indicted us :i raider, but It l alleged his comrades feared he would confess. Oov McCreary offnred a J200 reward for the arrest of any of the law breakers nnd this amount waa mipplementcd by an additional reward offered by Itlcn. w IT Kingston of Mortons flap re ported to-day to Oov. McCreary that th night riders Informed him that unless no opened hi-, mine and put a numhor of Idle men to work ho would bo klled. Ho him nskcxl for guards. llnyolioe Mny llnvo t'lty SliirUet. llATONNi:, N. .1. Nov. At a minting e n, It.iv.mno City Ciiunell neKt TllfJilil) evening ncH"n will be 'ulieii oil tho ninv)- dtlon to estii')ll)i ii num. cl in ii ...i.i-.i. niiiiv ief i eniB iuivi'i ! nropo'ied In usn tits' sltn for th iuuii.ih'l new city hull on Avenuo '' .Miijor Ilert Daly hat checked tho project for a new city ball. In the men's cafo at tho Hotel Van Cort Limit of a confidence man with now Ideas. Ho called the twlhdler Nat I'lirco In tell ing the story. Mr. I, owls said that he was sitting near a group of rich Western ors In the Waldorf when he heard a page culling "Sir. Nat l'lcrco, please." The Wtatcrnera bocatnu Interested. One of them said : "That Is tho name of tho clever pro motor wo met to-day, Let'a beo who Is calling on him," They stopped tho pago and took the card. It waa that of .Senator lillhu Hoot "Ha. hal" they said, "he must be all right. Here La .Senator Ttoot's card." Soon another page came through "pea cock alley" calling "-Mr. Nat Pierce, plcaso!" Tho Westerners stopped him and looked at tho card. It wan that of M. Jusserand, the t'rench Ambassador. "This Is enough 1" they chorused and went out to look for Nat Pierce and his glittering opportunity. They found him carelessly shuffling a collection of cards ranging from Governor-elect Whitman's to that of President Polncare of the republic of France. This was overheard In the corridor of the Hoffman House, yesterday: Englishman (grumpily) There Is one ining mat rii uuy us a curiosity If I can tlnd It In your blawsted country. American What Is It? Englishmen Something that you don't boast about. American I am glad to hear that. Just help yourself to ull of our Anglo maniacs. ' After a meeting of the Jewish Olrls Wclfaro Society nt the Hotel Astor on the cfternoon of November 25 there will be a bridge party. The Union Slade Garment Slanufactur ers Association Is to hold a convention at the Hotel Astor on Deeembe. 1. PANAMA CANAL TOLL GROWTH 40 PER CENT. Collections From Vessels in Oc tober Almost Twice Those in September. Washington. Nov 15. Total .olle,--tlons of tolls for passage through the Panama Canal from tho date of lu open ing to November 1 nmount to 73,i,ls2, according to olllclal advices received here. In addition 51 1,010 wni collected for the passage of barge- through the. canal be-1 fore the waterway was opened to general traffic on August 1.1, making the grand total earned by the canal 1740,792. From August IS to August 31 SSS.333 was collected; September yielded $26",7G3, while October brought in S377.0SS, show ing an Increase of to per cent, over Sep tember A monthly Increase is expected to (Mintlnue as shipping adapts Itself moro and more to the canal routes. Tho Cucuracha slide Is averaging a movement of about two and a half feet n day, according to tho annual report of Col. (leorge W. (ioethals. Oowrnor of rMtnn.i'i i'r" JVi,-U"lly- J,"" Colonels report does not cover the slides since the. openinB of the canal to tralllc, which have already twice Mocked n.ivl- station, as It deals only with operations durliiff the fiscal year ended Juno 30, 101 1. During this llscal year 1'.133,S02 cub.c ', yards of earth were removed from the ulldes, nnd It Is estimated that St per rent i of thu material taken from Cult bra Cut was dun to slidts. A total of 1 Iu,261,&Sd cubic yards was taken from Culebra Cut from tho benlniiltin of American opera tions to June 15, Hilt, at an average cost of 10 70C6 per yard This 1 an Increase of more than t.nuu.OOn cubic yard over that estlmaud as tho lieornsary amount In June, 1D12, and tho slides since tho opening of the canal will Increase this amount considerably. I Following tho admission of water to Culebra Cut In October, 1D13, dredging' operations were substituted for the work of the etteam shovels. Hy tho dredsjen moro than 3,000,001) rubln yards of rock and earth were removed at an nverago cost of 0..11 per yard More than 2,000,000 cubic yards of this total wero taken from the Cucuracha slide. Dredg ing operations have Increased the activity 0f the Cucuracha slide and It now has an area of 44.1 acres In active motion and 13. b acres quiet. POLICE IN RUNNING FIRE ON AUTO THIEVES Kopp V) Ftisillmlr in Street's for Miles Till T'njrilives Smash Car. When a party of men camo from a theatro nt Hroadway and 135th street early yes terday they saw their machine, which had been left In front, was lacing down Hroad way filled with strangers. It belonged to Paul Jlall of 255 West Ninetieth street. Tho machine of his father, Arlington Cl. Hall, n real estalo dealer, was there., how ever, and Into this the younger Mr. Hall and his friends climbed, thereby com mencing n chum) punctuated by volleys of revolver shot that led through a maze of n good portion of the streets nnd ave nues above 100th treot. Tho stolen car raced down Hroadway at forty-live miles nn hour, with tho pursuers threo blocks behind. Mr. Hall Hioppod at 102d street and got the as sistance of Policeman Buwnll. When rpaco between the two cars shortened Pollcenlan Sewall beRln firing. Ills first shot was answered by a fuslllado. So w.i II crouched on the footboard and emptied his revolver at tho fugitives af ter taking aim, Policeman Dapping at tempted to hold up the fugitives at 102d utrect uml Amsterdam avenue, to which the. Hi st car bail turned, but was greeted with a hull nf biillnts, I In commandeered the Hist tnxlcab he could find and Joined In tho chnsft. At Fifth iivenuo thu ftlgltlvoa turned north and Pollciuimn MlDonald flre.il nt tho tlnw UN tbny paused lilm. One of tho buIletH took olTect and thu Mow-nut caused th ntltoinubllo to Hwcrvis, Hy Ibis limn n r-r I'otnl 1as.loab, Kilzeil by four other policemen, had Joined lu thu rhasn ninth Into Park avenuo to lOfith htrint, t Ileum In ColuiiibiiH nvenne, north o lllth htieet nnd finm thero to Fifth iivi'iiim. wliein t lut lint Hie brought tlm Is i H'iIki. car to n halt Thiee nan ,i n eslil In H weie .M.irilll Mtuiin uf IT'i Hast 127th Btrocit, .leriniluli Ciirllu jf 2Pi Hast 1211(1 Htiuot nnd Fred erick Hohwcers of .24 Fast l.Rth strae. WILSON OFF MARCH 5 TO OPEN THE CANAL Will Go to Snn Francisco on Warship After Panama Ceremonies. Phimoklpiiia, Nov. 15.- President Wil son's plans for tho formal opening of tho Panama Canal and tho Panama-Paclfln Exposition wero given In detail hero to day by Lieutenant-Commander Needham L. Jonos, naval aid to the President. In outlining tho plans the President's aid said: "The foreign ships will arrive, at Hamp ton Itoad between February 10 and 16, and will there Join tho United States fleet of seventoen vessels. Tho foreign officials will be brought to Washington and on February 20 will be taken to tho Whlto House to meet the President. They will be present when bo presses the but ton that opens the exposition. "On February 22, Washington's Illrth day, the President will go to Hampton 1 toads to review tho ships as they sail for the eastern terminal of the canal. On Starch 6 tho President will return to 'Hampton Houds to Join the New York and will mil for Colon. Tho Now York will be convoyed by liet ljter ship, tho Texas. 'The two vessels will arrive at Colon on srarch 10 nnd the President will bo transferred to the Oregon to o through tho canal. On the Oregon will bo the President, tie Secretary of tlie Navy, Admiral Clarlt, who commanded t.m Ore iron on her trip around the Horn, nnd Admiral Dewey, the hero of Manila Hay. "Upon the arrival of tho Orrgon at H.ilboa the formal celebration of tin opening of the canal will 1m held, with Illuminations at night. The President will exchange visits with the President of the Republic of Panama, after which ho will go aboard the New York and pro ceed to San Francisco a the head of the lleet, "Tho President will stop at San Diego three clays and will at rive nt San Fran cisco on Starch 21. After four days nt the exposition he will pioceed to Wash ington by private ur, while the Secre tary of the Navy will go to Pugit Sound to Inspect the navy ytrd at that place." FIRST WAR TEST OF CANAL. Three- nrltlsh Cruisers nt Colon Wnlt to Gn ThrntiKh. Sprcial Cablt flttpatch t Tns SfK, Panama, Nov. 15. Threo Drltlah crull ers, the Ilerwlck, Itncaster and Suffolk, aro outside Colon. They are expected to pass through the canal and Join the llrltish Pacific squadron. If these shli'.s go through the canal It will be the first time that th water way has been used In actual warfare. Ac cording to the regulations for the use of the canal by belligerent ships which were Issued at Washington on Saturday puss ige through tho waterway will be granted to such vessels only on written permission of the canal authorities. They will not be permitted to take any more stores than are absolutely necessary. Troops, munitions of war or war ma terials must not he embarked or dis embarked during the passage of a bellig erent vessel through the canal except In case of accident or distress. Not more than threo vessels of any one nation, or of allied nations, are to be permitted In the canal or Its adjacent waters at one time, nor shall the total of such vessels at any time exceed six. The canal Is cloed at present owing to another upheaval of the bottom In the I Cub bra cut, Dredges are nt work and " channel will he cleared asaln In a I , , ,i, , ""r ""' 1 NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS TOUNti mi:n anu hots. T1IF. KUIIUl .SCHOOL KOIt IKlT.t. Ilhrrdale-on-lluilbon. 997 KInsrsbrld. A country day aad hoarding -chool for younger boys. IIAIIiti J. hUiiKU 1'rln. IltVIMS SCHOOL I I). HAT. Tel. iJ6 Schuyler, mil irom o 10 so. ah ieparnmu. No hom. study for boy. und.c lev. n.:Aitn:NTi:RsiciiooL roimotu. Iio-su We.t I'jid Ave. TeL ool. Uth Year Opens Oct. . H14. Outdoor exercise lan to 4 all winter. IIAItNA III) SCHOOL FOlI HOYS, rieldslon, Weat :4ld St. Hoys may remala all day. Including bat y. btndy hour, leunts Courta. Athletlo Held. Klnd'g lu College. COI.LK41IATK 8CHOOI, 1'IIH HOS. :tl-lt) V 77th ."treet. A College rreparatorj t-chnol with Strong Primary and Junior tirade.. THE (JltOPf hCIIOOI.. .,'0 H'ert 7ath fs. Pioneer School for Individual Attention. Two years' work In one. Prepares for a II colleges (0 Hegent rountk. 1'lione 744 Col. iiotii sr. si:.". KIHICA1. CL'LTl'Itr. M'llltOI. Central Park West and hlity-thlrd street. Prom Kindergarten m College. Athletic Held. Open Air Department. Th. Ilrnwn school nf Tutoring, S3a-I4t V TSlh .St. Phone Col. SM4. .Separate tmlldtngs for lioys and girls. Nn classes. All day study supervision. Two yrars' work tn one. THIS nlRKOTOItT APPIUni 1SAJLT HUNDAT. RATFS) ON Rr.QUKalT. nrr. bctioou ixH.i.roK and jamf wrntrar. f. t. mix, n. v. cttt. INNTHtCTION. FOK C, I It I.M AMI YOCNG WOMEN. NEW YORK New York City, Th MOTIIKItS- CLASSES ant the .vritsKs- cisst;s of in ritoi:iti;i, I.EAIil'E, under the direction nf Mtia. Hiirlon 11. II, Luugieltrl, oprn their HUi ssason nf whiter cnursea this week, ut 11: Lust "1st Kt. Send for cataloguo. IUNCINfl. LOVELivs r:n?rnh.r 100-104 W. S.lh St.. Cor. Oth Ase. ALL Till: LATliSiT IIA.NCK.S COItrtKCTLY TAUI11IT fN LEa.SONfl, II. OPEN DAILY KHOM A. M. TO 11 1". U. Ileceptlons Saturday and Sunday Evening. 1 n Private Schools THE SI N maintains n most efllriont Kduoatlonal bureau. Thlaoompjelji aeirrloa 1. abao- Accurate and unbiassed Infor mation given to all Inquirers. This iwrrtisa will prove of Tal uabln aaatataiioa lu solrouUaT Uio iiroimr wIhioI for plaoinir your I107 or girl. In wrlllna cive stimnlriit (trtalla i, that liitelllsrnt ad v Irr can lin given. SU100L-COLLEGE AND CAMP BUREAU 1 tit rvas.au Nl, en VorU TWO ROBBERS BIND MILLINER, Search Place After GnKxInic AVoman, hut Oct .Snllilnu. Mmo. Theresa Parlluo has a millinery shop at 78 Second avenue, Just north of Forty-second st.eot and next door to a United Cigar Sloro which was visited by holdup men u few days ago. Hho often sleeps In a little room In tho rear of the store on Saturday 'nights, her husband falling for her on Sunday to tako her to their homo In Thirty-fifth street Yes terday nflrrnom when somo ono knocked she opened tho door and two men forced their way In. Ono of them knocked her down with n blackjack. Then they tied her up Willi a clothes lino and stuffed her mouth with cotton. After that they ran sacked tho place, but got nothing. Patrick Slurphy, who lives upstairs, heard groans later In the afternoon and called a policeman. They couldn't get Into the shop by the front door and forced open n rear window. They quickly released tho woman. She was suffering from shock and hysteria, but was able to glvo a good description of her nssallants. 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Jut nerhau ed 1f0 IIAKKIt VHHICLi: CO, 17t Hway iaJD Col cm ki,ki rovnt.u-r runt i .r- 1 Itiril'K of I'M" niolel nutoimil.il Hat price !l.n;i, at very figure, ee,trli ciiutp i ment. with ful fa-'ierv guarantee ICS I CO. 2 Itectnr St Ne'v York chv Ilopm r,:7 CITATIONS. ItPTTIHt. TlltiMAS THU IT.OI'I.K OF Till: .STATU IIP NT.W VOItK, Hy the ilr-c or nod, Kr and Independ t nt To j UI'liAlt T lirTTl'.lt ne one nf ihe eaeculora nf the last wl.l and tealarnent of (irorglana II. Huttrr, de. eired. PUIlltY .1 Kl'I.LIIIt aa one of the eaecutnr of tti last will itud teatatuelit of Georgian a H Itutter drceaaed, J P.U'l.Ul T Itl'TTKIt. COHA It KlINT -MAt'IiC It riAHK. 1"'?.l;.r" IlltTTPIl KCTTEH MOOKi:. THOMAH It HUTTEIt ALINE KKNT llt'HHV. MAHIH KKNT KINI1, flKATHICr. ItfTTEH MOOItE a the administrator with the wtll annexed of John It Itutter, deceased r.HNIIST VAHNE KTOiMC at one of the administrators wltn th will annexed of Edward Kttztma I)e Grove, dece.aed, and (iEOHOB M. PHE8T as on of ihe admlnl-tratora with the will annesed ot Edward Hltseuia DrOrtive, de ceased, PENH oitrnTivn Thomaa II Kent, residing at Hotel Cram Btuu In llr,Tial'tr ml.tv ,.f West. 1 -t-r and ."'ale of New nrk. and Samuel Hiker Jr., re-ldlmr .Mld.i.etuwn County of Monmouth and State of New Jersey bavlnr In and by thrli ie;lti.n tn Hi, fiurriate' Court of our iVunl of New ork, applied tn eiUl Court for lla illr.-tloii concerning the dlapnaltlon in he mide by them of tcr taln aa,eia of the truat e.tate aet forth In t!ier a, v-ount hereinafter mentioned, and for the Judicial eettlrnn nt of their said ac count and that you may be cited to ahow cauae why such settlement should not bo had. THEltEKOHi: you and each of you are hereby cited tn show caue before th furro-g-ten' Court of our eald County of New York, to be held at th' Hall of Itirorda In said County on th 4 day Heceniber one thousand nine huiidr. d fourteen, at haif peat ten o'clock in ihe forenoon of thit day why the Judicial eettlrltient of the iri'nlin' In the eald pt,lslon mentioned and referred tn of said Thomas II. Kent aa the ao sur viving tr ilee named In the le-t Mill mil trsianunt of Thomas Itutter. late nf numb.r SI I Fifth Av.-nu lu th cll of New nrk In our said County dreaae,l, mid of said riamuel Hiker, Jr. as one of tho truaiefe nf the trusta created by the will of the tald ,i.i itu.m iit.trj vt inr Mil, ,u iiir ...in 1 Th0In nutlPr j,m,,j not be had. and why the direction nf said Court In said petition applied for should not be given. IN TESTIMONY WHErtEor, We have caused the seal of the .surrogate. Court of our said County of New Yjrk to be hereunto nfflve.l WITNESS. Hon. ROllEHT LUDLOW TOW! Elt one of the Surroguiee of our eald County, nt the Cuntv "f New 1 .rk, the 14 day of October In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred end fourteen, (Seal) Daniel J Dnwdney Clerk of the Surrogates' Court. The People of Die State ot New York, n the grace of (lod free and Independent, To (iustave Jaeger, Ernst Htlhuber. l,ul-e 1111 huber Kieinm, Julie ltoedlger. lle.lwlg K-emlu. Hergrat Maria lle,'lierl, ,Kliea Jaeger. Julie Jaeger, the heirs and next of kin nf WILLIAM C HAt'Kr, deceased. SEND UltEETlNUl WHEHEAS, the Lutheran Emigrants' House Aaaoclatlon nf New York, of It Pearl ' st HormiKh of Muiih.ittnn, the Cltv of New I York has lalelv applied to Ihe Surrogate' Court of our County of Now rirk. tn have I n renaln Instrunieni In writing, bearing oaie or epI. iii.i. isna. relating in notn r-a an,l persona! property duly proved as the I list Will and Testament of WILLIAM HAl'IT. who was at the time of hla death I a resident of th. County of New York, d. i eased. ' THEItEKOHE, ou and ea'h nf you are cited to show- cause before the Surrogates Court of our County nf New York, a' -u Hall of Hecorda, In the County nf New ork on the 12th day of December one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, at half past ten o'clock In th. forenoon of that day, why the eld Will and Testament should not he admitted to probate a. a Wtll of real nnJ personal properlv IN TESTIMONY W1I11RKOF we have caused the Peal ot the Surrogates' Court of the bild County of New York to be hereunto artlxed (Sca't Witness, Hon Hubert Ludlow Few ler, a Surrogate of our said County of New Y..rk. at eald county the Ith day of October In the year ot our Lard one thousand nlns hundred and fourteen. DANIEL J DOWDNEY, Clerh of the Sl'rogatea' Court Sl'ltlKKlAI'KS' NOTICK8, IIACUIAI.UI'O. JEANNKTTI! II lance of an order of Hon, Hubert Kowler. a Surrogate of the County of New persona Haclga )rk. rie. York, notice Is hereby given to all 1 havlnr claims aga 11st Jeunnrtte II I lupo, late of the County of New York, rte ceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof 10 the siibacrlbere, at their place of tratiaa, tlug buslneaa. the office nf Cnudert llrothera. No 'i llectoi st -ft In the Cliv of New Vork, on or befor the th it a v of J,,n uar llelt. Dated New Ynik I'le mth dav nf lull. 114 PHANK JKVNNE and WILL 1AM M HAMILTON Pi iinra COFHEftT HHOTHBHS. Attornea for Executors, J Hector Htreet, N. Y City II AIIHETT. NOHMA H.--In pursuance of a 1 order of Hon Hubert Ludlow I'nwler. a Hurrogat. of the County nf New York, bear. Ing 1at. me sru nay 11 1 August, 1VH, .Notice Is hereby given to all persons having elalina against Norma II. Harrwtt. late of the County of New York, deceased, 10 present the same with vouchers thereof to the sub scriber, at Its place of tr.vnaartlng buslnees, No J! wiiiiam street, in Tne city nr New York, on or before the jnd dav of March 1 next Dated, New York the 3rt dav of Sep temher. 1914 THE KAItMEItS' LO tN AND THI'ST COMPANY, Exe, utor I'ltW'K c , HEIIANE, attorney for Executor, (!i Hroad- ' x-rt-l, rt.i, SITUATIONS tt ANTED MALE. CIIAUl'l'Ul'lt wishes pnaliloni fnur years lust position, good previous references nnlv accustomed llret r aas pesltlnn, CHAR. LANDSIEPKL. ten West 19lst Pt, Fteamer leave Pier 32BJ Wh.K, foot Canal St., 0 P. M.,- I Wttrt 132d 8t, 6:30 P..M,, Dalli and Sunday. BjBW Ptione 9400 Sorlno. eSV FORKCI.OHURR AAI.K. SUI'ltUMh! COURT, COUNTY OP NEW YOHK OKUlttir. Y W. l'OllOENIIUItU and ntinther, Plaintiffs, acaln't AMUCUT II V. l'ilOTZ.MAN and others, Defendants. .NOT1C1J OP HAMS. In pursuance of an Interlocutory Judgment of partition And sale, duly made and entered In ths above entitled action and bearing dat the 4th day or August, 1914, I, the under . lined, the lleferea In said Judgment named, will sell at public auetlon at the Csrhangs Hales Itnoma. now located at No. 14 is Vesey street, In tbs Ilorough of Manhattan, City of New York, In the County nf New York, on th. Hth day of Novemher, 1314, at 13 o'clock noon on that day, by Jnaepn I'. Day, Auctioneer, th. prembiee ittrecieil by .aid Judgment to be sold, and therein de scribed aa follows! ALU that certain lot, plees or part of land, with the buildings thereon erected, Ituate, lying and being In the Uorouan of Manhattan. City of New York, and Is bounded and described as follows, to wltr BEOINN1NQ at a point on Ihe Nortnerty aide of Tw.nty-aecond Street, dl'tant ninety alx fast Easterly from the Northeaeterlv corner of KJrst Avenue and Tenty-econd Street, and running thence Northerly and parallel with the First Avenue nlnety-elhl feet and nlns Inches to th centre line nf the block: thence masterly, along said rentrs line, twenty-thru feet and all Innhea: and thenn Southerly, part nf the way throu'h th centre of a party wall erected on the lot hereby conveyed and the lot next adlotulnc on the Uaal, nnd parallel with I'lrat Avenue, ninety-eight feel and nine inches in the said Northerly aide of Bast Twenty-second street: nnd thence Westerly along the a.ime, tntv three feet and al Inches to tho point or place, of beginning UKINO th. earns premises convened t. Joaephlne F. Schneider by Ferdinand Schnei der and Katharlna. hla wife, hy deed datd April 7th. ills, and recorded In the oflre of the Ileglster of the City and County nf New York on April Ith. Mil, In Mher lull of Conveyances, page 21a TOdKTHEK with ll th right, till and intrreit of the said Joaephlne V Shnetdr In and to the party wall nn the Wet-erly elde. or line, of tho premises hereby con veyed. Dated, New York. October 21. 1914 KtXIAH .1. NATHAN Itef-r-. WALLACE N. VltKKLANI). Plaintiff.' At torney. No. It Park How, Munhattin Ilorough, New York fill The following l a diagram of the prop, erty to be sold; lt street numhr la 441 Hast 32nd Street: Centre llr. nf the Mnck I 23' C- Bated, New Tnrk. 0-mbr UIXSAIt .1 NATHAN. Itefere. SPPIIHME C'H'ItT. COt'NTV UK S'f.YV YOHK The E.ilttlil I ru' Cominn or New Vork. aa auli-tllnted rruete.- un ler th. Will of liuleil S Wright deceased. Plaintiff, agalnet Himna llarn.li. ant oilier.. Pefend- In pursuam nf Judgment nf f..reHtnure nnd sale, duly made nnd entered In 'he above rniltled actlun and bearing due .1 u I v .1. 1914. I the und-relgned. the leferee in said Judgment n.inied will "H at pnhle auction, .t the r.k 'hangt f ilearnom, No ,, , ... .... ii, ...I in ti... rinroiiifli of M.in I ,1,,. ... vu Vork. on the 7th dty ij.(Vniber, 1511. a '- o l' k noon on that day by S Hnldailcker. Auctioneer the nremle directed h said jildgm-nt to be ,id .md therln described a" follows I ALL that certain lot nine ,tr parcel of land eltuatr. iving mil t.-ing nn ni -i:n I ... ...a. . 1.. . t. ll...,,int. .a. In the HoruUKh of Manhattan In the Cltv of New Vork. and bounded and described aa follows: HEOINNINC, at a point 1111 the southerly elde or line of One hundrid and twenty seventh Street, distant two hundred and eeventy-nv feet westerly front the south westerly corner of Inox (formerly sixth) Avenu. aa widened, and One hundred and iwenty-aevertb Street and running thence eoutherly parallel with th westerly side nr 1 lire of Lenox (fornier'i sixth' Avenue a 1 widened, tilnetv-nlne feet eleven n. ha. 1 Ihen. e aeatecv para,,e, with l'i- r" cberlv llr nf On hunlrd and tventv -ventn Street twentv live feel, theme mirtlli. aid parallel with the (',-' rile ..t l.e'iox (formerly clxthi Avenue. t old-ned. ninety, nine fet leven In. hr t" the aou'her.v line of One hundred and iwentv aeventh Sireet. and thence eaaterl) a ong ihe eoutherly lln. of One hundred and twenty seventh street, twenty-five feet, to tho point or p'ace of beglnnlne-. Dated. Now York. November 14. 114 PE11CIVAL If OHECOHY, nfre. MCrtltAY. PHENTICE . HOWLAND At- terneya for Plaintiff. 37 Wall Sireet. New York The following la a dlaci am of the proparty to he nld. Its street Number l tv, Weat U7th Street; l!7lh Street i:r,'h treet Th approximate amount of th Urn r charge, to ratlsf!. whhli the above dea rll.el properly la in h enld, la I3n.: Cl. with Interest thereon from Juiv II. 1311 together lth Ihe 1 nate and allowance .iinnun'tng to tJ5 41, with Interest from Jtilv -I mil. to gether with the expenses ot Ihe n - Tn approximate amount of the t ixea .,.t ineute and water rates, or n'hir 'iri s, wl.lrh are to be allowed to th purchs-rr o.j of the purchase monev "I paid bv th" lleferae. Is Irt7 OS and Interes' Dated New York Nov ember II. 1511 PEIIC1VAI. II lilir.liOHY, liefer- SfPl'.EME ClirllT COFNTY i'K VK'V YOHK JOHN D 1IASS as .dininlira r with the Will Annexed, etc , of iie EH lie of John D Haas, deeeiiaed, Plalnlllf .'gnl-tat Ad,'ph H I.mdiker nn 1 eihers, Defendarits In purs lan e of a lu Igluelit f fori , .ojtiirs nli.1 sale dn y made atid cnlecd 111 'hs above eniti.ed acilon and barlnr dnt ihe Uth d nf November !M I the under signed lb referee in raid judgment named wt: at public aui lion at th Fxehanc Salesroom, No lt-lii Ve-ej Sireei, in the Horuugh of Manhattan, t'lty of Nan York on the Hh day ef De-ember, !!H .it 1: (.' Hick noon on that da by M Mnrrnthau. tr Co, Auctioneers 1he premlae dtrect-d hy eald Julginent tn b sold, and therein din rlbed as follow r ALL that certain lot piece nr parcel n' land with the building and linprov eui-nts thereon situate. Ping and I elnc In the Hn niigh of Manhattan, of the Cltv of New York. In the Cnuiiiv and Stale nf :.w York bounded and describe,! a follows H1X1INN1NH ut a point on the w eater. 1 elde of Third Avenue distant twentv f,u i?M fent northerly from th center line nf lb Mo, k between 1 C ej t h and 127th Sireeta, r. in ning thence w-eaterl. parallel with etM etreeta all I the center line of Ihe block en hundred il0l feel thence t.orther'v .,ira with Third Avenu. 1 urnt -four i;ii f,.i eleven (111 Inches, theme raaterlv parall) with said atreele and the salt rniier line nt the bloi k one hundred 1 100 1 feel In the westerly nlde nf Third Avenue and thence southei.y along the westerly side of Third Avenue twentv-fnur CIV feet eleven ill Inches to the point pr pluce of beginning, Dated, New York November 1 Mth, lull W S K EI LEY Hferee C1IAHLES A ri.AMMEH Attnrnvv for Plaintiff. 61 Chambers Street. Mtnnnttan Ilorough, New York J'ltv. The following la h dUia.uti of t he proper t tn be soldi Its street Number . SlitJ ihtrj Avenue; 157th fltrert. Centie line nf block. )!tli Sireet. The approximate amount of th lltn or charge, n eatlefy e-hch ih' above de-erlbed property la to he sold, la Thirty .nn. thousand and . evenly and Ml 10') .1 1 n J 0 s a Dollars with Interest there, vn from th fn.l dav of November IM4. tngelhei ivHti th ' oats and n' nnaiK'e amounting Thie hundred nft three and 4' 100 Iio.lars wMh lnt,reat from N vcmbr ltb fill 'oj..b.,r . 1 v, ti. t. pepaes ef the sale The upprox' ,,at., ininun nf the taxes, aset as meets un I w ite- r r o othei liens, which ar to b a 'owel to the purchaser out of the pup-haa. money, nr paid by the Ileferee. Is Jali ' an 1 p.tereat Dated, New York. November Uth 1I4. W M Kl'ILrTY. Jlrferae