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BANNARD AT HOME;
GIVES U.S. WARNING palttr BjmThll Country Will Suffer I'iniiiiriiill.v From Wnr's Wist. APMKS A BRITISH LOAN (4:t T BanRgrfi president "f the -,w Yn l Tiust t'lnnp.niy. arrived yes MrSA 'i'"" KnftftfMI on the American !mr W. l'i,ul ,M' Pln',n that all Itnsnctal rJIfflOUHIel between I'reat Britain snd tnis Titry owlna-Mo the r rooM .1 rul ouaht In be settled hy Ensla'i'l fltudHi a laisc loan hern and Mini sa.iy some of the surplus gold kirn Ihtl ' onntty has on hand. Tha Now York TriiKt Company I trustee tBt list t'i POf cent. mortse I,. ii.. I on t ho Iiitetnntlonnl Mercantile Marino MTld Mr. Hiinnard wont abroad k it InttfCGtl of ths forclsn bond-lioili-r II" iirnphesled that the war , Mil. I lac1 it hust another year and tint it two year the I'nited Shales gOOld I suffering, In common with he fomtitT-lal world, from the destruction capital Which It l now rauslna. -The ."ir won't end until the hint of nfxt year at tha earliest." he aald. "It hasn't really Itartad yet So far Oer ntsny ahowf Inexhaustible rcsour.es and llN Alllea will not quit. The sltua Uaa in Knshind In a timer one and I rh nk is 'h"' to the fact that Knarliind la rot "nit hut i system of elasse. The a-rll to ilo peoalf mid the fnrmera are gsing all tiie nahtliiR now. especially the firmer. The hibortag class la alow to Ml tat. "The laboring, man in Rnaltind seems to hair the fading: that may be s irnssil aa Klna or Kmser. I ll (tot my utiinti miffpi anyhow.' r . Kronen peonls think the United tntr larkl baickbona : that we have aown Otiraelyea spineless In not havlnir rok. ii relatione with Oaf many aa a re mit .if her treatment. Rnglanrl la grate ful for our Miumnnitiom". but she feela trim aha li paying us, and paying ua a.ll. for all that we are doing for her. At" to the financial trouble. It ought te tie easily settled. We've got more (nlrl in the I'nlted States than we have Ml) nerd for. To balance thlnge, Ureal Britnln ought to place a loan here. I believe that In two ye-ars the I'nlteil gi , tes will bo Involved In the universal Inim. 'i ll trouble" Concerning the reorganisation of the ntcmatlona Mercantile Marine, Uio bu.-lness which took him abroad. Mr Hsnnard said that the plan us out lined was certain to (t through despite the opposition of minority stockholders. "The Knglish and Putch bondholders," he said, "approve of the plan and re gard it as fair. The deposits abroad have been large. The total of the 4 l-t per cent, bonds deposited Is now 146. ITS.nni) out of the .S!,584,000 outstand ing "4Ye are ready to discuss the re organization plan with the protesting atot kholdsrs at any time they wish and to present the reasons for the necessity of the assessment on the stock." Mr Bannard said that OOe reason for the assessment nf f.M from which the protesting; stockholders believe they sbould he relieved is that an assessment II required after the precedent set In the Northern Securities caae. if the new company iB to be protected from the demands of the bondholders for full payment of their bonds, t'nless new se lurities in- issued and sold to Htoek liolders, the company would he liable for the claims of old bondholder. When t was suaaested that the assessment might be Inweded from 12.50 to $1, Mr. HantiHi-d said that it was a sug gestion that could lie considered. It is expected that representatives of the proteolng stocs-solders win confer will Mr. Kaunard shortly. POLICE OFFICIALS ACCUSED. Isspertor and Captain Charged With cal.-ci of Daly. POiloS Inspector Oeorge R. Wakefield si the Ueoond insp'-ctlon district and Ospt W1llla.n1 li. Scoble of the Mercer ftreet station were arraigned before ItODnd Deputy Polio Commissioner Krsnk Ixrd yesterday on charges of neglect of duty and violation of the rules in failing to report two gambling ouse-" The houses are situated In U'est Blghth street and In ItroHdway. hear Twelfth street. Commissioner Lord reserved decision In both oases. Ther are three specification agalnat P . a id The first says that "having Information that gambling; on horse racing was bring cnrrled on at the Ufh:h Mfet place on August 24, Itil," lie failed to make a report to the Peli.-e I'ornmissloner. Wakefield Is also ecjsi. .,f negb-cting to report that milling on horse races was being con ducted on the third floor of the Broad way bouae, The third specification ac cuses hint of "falling to forward a hablliiy noilce to the owners and lessees of the h.ius s mentioned." The flrt 'r charge! were also made against ""Id ohle. Chief Inspector Max r. Sehmlttber :ir mended the trials. ARREST POST OFFICE CLERK. Isapeeiors in, rue ki.ooo ghortaae to Wnll gt, Branch Kmployee. Tme I IberMaa of 2M 9 Madison sheet, Brooklyn, a stamp clerk In the Vg street branch of lh New York roil ''fli... was arrested yesterday on warrant charging hlfh with embes lltig funds of the United States. The Tai l Issued By Commissioner Hough ton ii served on Sheridan at Water ! I., where he was paaslng a rioatloii with his two duughtera. Pnsi antra Inspectors said yesterday IfUr an investigation of Sheridan's h)ekj thai tlieio was a shortage of 11,000, j'li,. clerk is bonded for tfli -" Jai "bs. who aided In asking the arrest and took Bherl Un to Police Headquartorgi where he as locked up, said last night that the lump clerk admitted there was a ehort ' ii Lis accounts. According to sun, n, complained of heavy ex- lent to the I- ..... anH ,.. .,, Kherldan'S salary la $1,200 "t has been in the employ of fflca Department for twssjtyn kachers to ask courts aid eales Pe deration Harked i Ufa as I Ignis i Honrd Ban. Kept, a. Appeal to the protection from the Loet I at unionism among public - H Hi bs made b the Chi. I' c.iet-ation, which has 'd outlaw by the Board of i t ct .inie known to-lay is taken to hi lug SU0Q do w ill be carried lh hlgheel Federal tribu- i uestlona, botli state v H II (he baffle of the U hers1 union. rgan- iin iwring a nationwide I ' achei n eederai Ion. swill word to-day ii i " hi, ago and take v iiiiUH meat lag win be aWi sin . 'lO.' . i ago 'i , , wsi dec I Kdia .i ' iier. Lweea i Muaib At. SrM a 2,500 MEXICANS INVADE TEXAS, KILL AMERICANS Border Fighting Takes Place With Many Casualties Bridges Are Burned Two Americans Are Kidnapped and Slain. Oai.vkhtom, se.pt. 2 Border re tains to-day IndloHte that fully 2,500 armed Mexicans are operating on Texa noil. Pour battles In .hit. ..... section failed to decide the Issue and darkness loft Mexicans determined to carry out their reprisal for the killing of (roxro. Swarms of Mexicans have been seen at many places alona the Hlo lirande, but flood prevented their crossing. A battle tx-lween a detachment of the Third OaVaJry and alsnit fifty ban dtta took place flfteen miles north of Hrowtmvllle to-ilay. This Rgtll lasted several hours, during which three trooper were wounded and one wa killod. It I reorted that twenty Mexl eana were killed and I hat several w ere wounded Another battle took p1ao ten mile from llarlluaen RgltCtfl and soldiers were (lied upon from the bruah. Una aoldler wa wounded. The Mexican made their escaiie. More righting wa reported In the Bit Bend country, where i iroxco was killed, and a eklrmlsh took place north of Pel Hlo. It la said that In those running flght some bandits were killed, but that no Americans were slain. About twelve mile north of Browns ville the bullet riddled bodies of two Americans who were kldmtpped early to-day bv Mexican bandits, wore found laler in the bed of a dry lake. The victims were Karl lonaldsnn, a farmer, who came here from Kayett. Mo., two works ago, and an engineer named Smith, engaged In concrete con struction work on an Irrigation canal. The hand to which was aacrlhed the burning of n railroad treatle north of Hrownsvllle laat niuht was held respon sible, for the kidnapping of the Ametl can and the burning of a pumping sta tion. A contractor named Podson man aged to escape when the American troopers appeared and flred on the Mex icans. Hhownsvii.i.e. Tex . Sept J A large band of Mrxlrana burned the railway bridges between this city and San Benito, Tex., while on their way to attack the latter place. A special train liearlng Infantry, cavalry and armed civilians was In pursuit early to-day. T.ilrty armed Mexicans encountered .i cavalry patrol on the Alice road twelve miles west of here this morning. They fled and quickly outdistanced the sol ictors. Keenforcements have leen sent to the scene from Kort Brown in motor trucks. San Bknito, Tex.. Sept. 2 Several volleys were exchanged to-day tietween armed civilian and twetily.tlve Mexi cans who had set Are to a railway bridge fourteen miles north of Brownsville. An automobile was struck several t.mes, but no one was Injured. CARRANZA MEN REVOLT. Tivn ttarrlsnns In Tnbasen Itrsrrt the First CMOffa WashivoTov, Sept. The I'nlted States and the other parties to the Pan-American conference still await a response from Carransa to the peace proposal forwarded to him about Au gust 15. The ten days In which' Car ransa was supposed to make a reply have long lnce expired, but the con ferees are not disposed to hurry mat ters. Arrangements have been made for the reassembling of the conference, which will meet in New York fnr the convenience of the Latin American dip lomats who are spending the summer at Northern rooorte. Paul Fuller. Sr.. of New York, who was here yesterday, will take part In the conference as he did when the Mex ican peace movement was launched. Cardinal illbhons. who called on Presi dent Wilson and Secretary' 1-anslng to day to discuss means to restore peace PLAN ANNOUNCED FOR A CURB ON DEFECTIVES Ten Per Cent, of the Country's Population Under Itit ii of the Eugenic Society. ashe cn..nir Socleiv. which for four1 vears has carried on preliminary work at Cold Spring Harbor. 1.. 1 . yesiet- day opened the new record ofllce and at the same time the committee on sterilisation Issued It. report In Which It call for the terlllsatlon of t):'.4nu persons In the I'nlted States this yoar.1 The members of this committee ure ; Itleek Van Wagenen. H. H. LaUghlln, V M carmalt. New Haven; Kverett Flood. Palmer. Mas., and H W Mitch- ell Warren Pa The body tlK-ures that it will make for 1 ... f . "J: ., .v.. h, t.. ,r...,t 1 llie WI1U, "I "- "n. every year a growing number of persons as the population of the country In creases, this is to he cnrrled on until the ear 19Sfi, when (11,000 person In the United State alone will be aterlliied annually. It is the belief of the com- mi live Hiai ill liihi nine a pin' iiwimj i perfect manhood and womanhood will , have dawned with us. Those who will , be e tOrtUfOfi are he defectives id ae- ordl.,K to statist, os the population of tlMOOVaUy s 10 per cent, defjctlv The secretary to the board of the Kugenlc Sorletv and resident director is Dr. Charles . Pavenport the blolo - rlst of this otty. OOMORtlai reOter. ; day on the sterilisation phase of the , euaenlc work ho said : "IVrhaps the mr st fc-Uantlr- efforts of j the Institution are directed toward , nationwide sterlllaitlon laws. The whole 1 task of euuenl.s dues not, hnwevor. lie ; with legrefatlon ami iterltlaatlon. Tiiese t0 agencies represent at liest only the , negntlve side of Improving human stuck. "As with the Improvement of any J other species, the human species must i be Improved l encouraging tit matins j armong ths better classes and cutting off the lower levels. Kor the latter, it Is sufficient to prove that an Individual carries hereditary traits, the continuation of which would be a menace to society. For the for mer .the constructive side of rlie prob lem is much more ditttcult, for here the greatest skill In selection is required." The foremost supporter of ihe Kugenic s... let i and Its work Is .Mrs. K. II. 1 1, hi nn. in It Is also declared that other tin., ii. oil assistance will come from such prominent men as John I). Rookofollef and Andrew rarnegle Women Must He Jsmri. Kansas ClTTi Hept. J. When the Jury panel foi- the Xeplemls-r term of the Wyandotte county, Kansaa, DlatrlOt Court is drawn next week it probably will ooataln for Ihe first time the names of women el, slide to sit ill the Jurv box. As a list of women has been placed In I iie hand! of the Judges by the :is-sei-sor tliey will Imvr to do PPnitdjOT' able artful doilKtnu to avoid dianiuu a lew on the Si piember Jury. These Homen will havs le consider I muider cassa In Kuropo. touched briefly on the Mexi can question In his conference at the White Bouse and State Department. No reference waa made to church prop erty In Mexico, the quenttnn as a whole merely being mentioned In passing, ac cording to the i 'anllnal and Mr. Lansing Despatches received at the State De partment to-day were to the effect that the t'arrsnaa garrisons at Frerlora and San Juan Bautlsta In the Stale of To basco. Just south of the Vera I 'run bor der, have revolted. The fsrranxa gov ernor and other ottlclals escaped to Vera t'rus. It la the general expectation here thst aa the news spreads In Mexico that ('arrange can expect no consider. i tlon from American republics If he holds aloof from the Ban-American peace proposal his following will diminish. The Villa agency reported that an Invasion of southeastern Chihuahua by I'arrsnsa troops bad been repulsed and the invaders driven over the border Into the State of Sinaloa. Advices received at the War Depart ment Indicate that bands of Mexicans south of the border ate still very ac tive, lien. Kunstnn reported, to-day that bandits burned a railway trestle at a point fourteen tulles south of Browns ville early this morning. About the same time civilians travel ling in an auto were rlred upon. , No one was Injured. Two army aeroplanes that ascended nmr Hie Mexican border In the vicinity of Hmwnsvill.? were tired upon from the, Mexican side, but no one waa Injured. BACK IN MEXICO CITY. Carransa t;oernment, t:icoptlna War Ofllee, Leaves Urn pus. Sptrial COatf DajsMf4 Tm. Si s MkxIco t'lTT. via Calveston. Tex.. Sept. 2. Thirty-three trains have ar rived here from Vera t'rua hearing the members of the I'onstltutlonalist Gov ernment and their assistants, with the exception of the staff of the War OtTtCi and Hen. I'arranxu and his aids. Sev eral trains were required for the furni ture and the archives of ihe i lovernment. A dally schedule of both freight and psssenaer trains has been arVanajad to tart to-morrow between this city and Zacatecas. It Is the intention of the t'onstltutlonallet authorities to run cattle trains here from Husnteer in order to bring a supply of fresh be, f. which Will he sold at a low rate to the public. EL PASO STILL GUARDED Police Disperse Ml I rnnila Ornsro'a I nn, ml Ilrlasrd. Kl Paso, Sept. 2 Another night of suspense for El Paao was caused by the postponement of the 00000 funeral to day until to-morrow morning. Ti-nlght the city was covered wttli extra troot and pothv In plain clothes k'unrded Die Oroioo home and watched nil Mexican gathering. Wherever crowds began to gather they were Immediately dispersed An examination showed that ( irnxroa body had five bullets In it and that all of them were on the front, bear ing out the flrst reports that he died fighting. His slayer assert that he flred at rhem with his rlbe until they shot It from his hands and that he then wot behind a rock and flred with his revolver until he fell dead. Cabrera Faithful to l arranu. Luis Cabrera. Secretary of Finance In Carranxa's Cabinet, and itoberto V Pes ouelra, confidential agent of the OotlBtl tutlonattet iiveniment at New York, lioth gave out emphatic denials yester day of the published reports that they had disagreed wlrh the First Chief on his attitude In the negotiations with the A B C conference. MORE THAN 212,000 AUTOS IN N. Y. STATE Registry is 60.000 Ahead of the standing t start f Laat September. U'"h Bv """ of the ant, , mobile r' ' " " m"'" than L'ia,ntm ; SUnU a aUrd it. 22 tlJL X.t J'00' T'T' of',mn'' her lii n k f ' ? J'ai?1!,, J?. "f" ' " 'haulTeurs corn- 5tftf?r4! ,Sh'a"'' wh!''11 "J i J 000 '"ere were In the Ilk. "rt. " ,la"' t WW be 00- eerve.1 that the number of cltauffeure '"" -'".'"'J1"' "' ",e Proportionate gdln of the car owners It 1 -a plain 1,",l' a,l" ,hR, hlOr of the ""w owners are driving and In manv rurln. ,U . , . , , .. . ..... .v, , . ,11-1 , i - i . ' . I I aelves. The revenue of the State la VI hoon markedly Increased by the license fees paid hy motorists and Chauffeur The ,0ul fa money Is now about 1,TI0, OlMl. This is mors than llto.ooo in- ,u. r. i .i J 1 Thr , QOOItlOa that there la . rFH, mttTt ,l( , , , , s automohll,. denier 1 ,, the Row Is hle , take an order : blU SHVe an)I A medate dtHvWy iB out of the ours-I Uon Th(. war hu, contributed In this ! berause many CM inanufa. - 1 tur,rH dependeM atiM makers have been held up WhIU theOI pans. milkprs l)t tlielr maohlnsry to work on war munitions oontraota. Then attain shortage of materials, some of them vital to rar liuildliiK. Itas work. si to to the hurt of the automobile manufac- turer and even more to tin- dealer, However, the situation has improved a lot In the last ten las and there soon should be a much easier condition For limrance. lieorge II. Slowc, manager of the Chalmers branch In this clij, was able to get a trainload of earn from the factory. They arrived yes terday, and many of them were put In the hands of waiting - ul, dealers and customers. Ho pleased was Mr. BtOWO that he gave a picnic yesterday at liner's In Whitestone to the subdealers. About thirty-five carloads drove out. Taul Smith .sales manager of the factory ; W. J. I irumpelmann, Kastern district mana ger, and K. N. bOWll of Ihe factory were among the Nwaker Another concern that has succeeded In breaking In on Ihe long liege of wait- : ing Is the Htudebaker Corporation, A trainload of these cars came In only a , few days ago and has been distributed j by F. It Hump, the local branch mana ger, through his territory. The railroads have reason to he friendly to rite automobile Industry . The statistics of the National Automobile Ohamhoi of I I'ommercc show that in July. 13,0111 cai -, loadH nf automobiles were shipped, as j against 4.ITI in July, l!H4. These Hgures establish a new high record for automo bile shipments at this sesson Itaihoad Itailioad id! above earnings on tills truffle are wcl fl, 000, 1100 a month. THE SUN, FRIDAY, A CAREFUL INVESTIGATION will prove that of all forms of Investment the latest and best are our 5 GUARANTEED MORTGAGES LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD m. HURD. President Capital . Surplus A Pr $9, 000,000 N Liberty St., N T. 1st Xlnntsgno Sl .nks. 250 METAL WORKERS IN JERSEY CITY STRIKE Eight RoHf Vay DftMflded in Hunt of the Stiiniliml YVnteii Company Vice-President ,T. .T. Kopplor of the International Association of Machinist announced yeeterde) a strike of 250 metal workers in the plant of the Htand- ard Watcn Company, jersey city. Th strike Is for an eight hour day and higher w.iges. The firm I engaged In ihe manufacture of electrical appliances and appurtenancte used for military pur IKises. Kopplor said conferences were being arranged with man) firms manufactur ing man Hons and machine along the Uudaon anil that strikes would be or dered where the demands are r. fused. i.ut that even effort wouM be made to avert strikes where possible Keppler also -aid preparation! were beltu; matte for dementis by It, 004 ma chinists employed by the tleneral I'.ler- tri.- Compani at feVhenectady Ha added that In this plant he thought an iwrroe menl satlsf ictor to the machinist would be rea bed. Actlvtt) would also ie ii splayed In Trenton. Keppler said, and organizer WOUtd be put to work In the big Wesl- Inattouae plants in rittsburg preliminary to a general eight hour demand. STRIKE AT REMINGTON PLANT. Carpenter Oaf al Mtlyotoaoi x Import strike Breakers. Piiti.AOKi ritiA. S pt 2 Construction of fifteen buildings being erected by the Remington rms Company at Bddyetotte came to a hall to-day when Tee car- penters went on strike. They demand an ight hour scheoule and recognition of their union. The tnke followed a conference of officials of the Building Trade Council. II became known tOdey that labor loaders are thinking of calling out other workers KeMris weie heard at l.ddy stone that unless the demands striking cart" nters were granted eral walkout of the other men plant micht follow Offlclali of the arms company, f the a gen at the It was repoited, were making a i raiiKernents to Import carpentera ftom Men York. Washington, Halt more and other cltlea. SIX MONTHS FOR ETT0R. l.ahor turltntnr tteleaMri Follow ing; tppenl From Conviction. WaTEiihihv. Conn, Sept. I. Joseph Kttor was sentenced to six months In Jail to-day for his part In the violent meeting of metal workers last night He took his Sentence with a smile. Then he appealed and was releaeed, Friends of Kttor are satffled no ooutt higher Will hold him n the evidence that be tried to prevail on the plain clothes nia:i (ColeeantO)) to leave the hall, lest Ins presence might provoke a riot. ColeeantO says that had not Kttor made such a display of his fears that he. ColeeantO, would be eeeaultod, the crowd of T.ii" would have 'paid no attention to the polloaman presence. Much was made by the police of Kt tor s abuse of authority and of the po lice generally. TO HASTEN EXPORT REPORTS. 3VffV in it. 1 1 1 u liiannllfil at l In- ua If mi llunnr. Importftri ami nxportors who r-U mi the) itttttr-Ui .i report! of tin iistom HuiHf for Information of rrre.-it vaIuo to their bUOlnteM will WOleOmO Hi CbAtitffOel whuh iii t boms put into operation In , th oomplliiifX of the niaHf of AffUrCfl whi h i in Oovommonl colloots. Paul Cook, r mombor of the now ofll olonoy board of the Trsnoury Dopttrt mOflt, ! MttblC Up at i he New York 'us torn Houm a contral eustotnai bu roou of otfttlotlcti, which is to I rant-form the cumboroomt old vyotom f tabula tion Into one of romarkabU floxlbtllty ami Immodlato Mrvloa. ah roault of the new yatam Information on Importi a;nl export! thai formerly took any where from a week to a month to com pile win he on hand practically at the, emi of each day'o bualnaoa. The naw mochanioal lyttom win he in operation hy October l Inataad of waltlni or Ht-vrfi ihiys after a nhlp eaTled to fat Informa tion about Iti carcoend manlfeat euoh Information will ! complied before the: ship nat In ami will he ready for pub (nation Immediately after she leaven. GERMANS SOLICIT FUNDS. Igpoal for Noaei lo lid Mforeinr DOlOMOO ' ml Iter. The German-American Literary De fence Committee, formed last August to circulate llteratun representing the German point of view, recently sent out a letter from it's headquartora at 160 Nassau street to friends asking for funds to enable it "to publleh and dis- I tribute free of Charge the latest artl clea written by John I. Rtoddart, Hous ton Stewart Chamberlain and other t noble, fearless ado, ites of tile cause of righteousness.' According to tins letter, al the ex-1 penso of about 11,000 the committee has already distributed nearly 700,000 imk- lets and pamphletl over the. United states "The work," it says, "has oaten up the . funds ,,r the committee and financial assistance absolutely neces sary." The letter roquoeu thai recipient ' make three copies of It t0 forward to personal friends. Two F- t t lelfeae Idealitee), i RUNOLUt,V,eHtpl It was established j to-day that the bodies of (ho two men taken from ihe raised submarine I ' are those of Charlea II Wells. Norfolk, Vs., machlnlat! ni.it,, gtid Krank N, Heraog, salt i.ake City, electrician A note book In t h. pocket ,,f ',.1m failed In giw any DOrtlCUlai'S of the crew s last moment! 4 Jerk I rn ,s .'Iti-lli. f" llepesler. Spevial I'uhlp DespoIcA to I'mi ggg, London, s, pi. , t, , Hodaon, clerk at the A.ut:. in gknhaaayi cauaed the arreai tuis im. r: .mn of "tloorge ilood,'' who was sndeavorlna to, obtain I no from lh I I'lcan Relief t'ommlitee. I The man appeared al the embaas) weat Ing a black mUataohe which llndaon spotted as raise tfP remembered ihe man a having prevloualy nbtalned re lief under the name of liirani l.uwisohn. SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. GOMPERS CONDEMNS "FRIENDS OF PEACE" WoaM Involve I'. S. In Wtr, Hp Says in Scnlhinsr Letter. SMITES HENRY WKlsMAW Washington. Rpt. 2. A blllrr cuMi ffaltnn of th 'Trlendm of I'oaee." an or- ivniaatlon launched to nerure the mup- port of oraantxed labfir for an alleged peare prnpaaanda. in enntainrd In a let ter from rreHident Hamtifl P. Qomptfl Of the American Federation of babof to Jfihn Mrinben Walker, nn oAMotl "f the nraanlxatton, made publlr here to-niaht. .Mr. Oompeif eharari that the nr xanfxation t not prompted by a ftnrere 1 ntereft In the jieare movement, but that its real purpose in to Involve the I'nlted States In a partisan attitude. He de i laren that the men havina the iral m-tef-ents f otaanixeo labor at heart had nothing to do with the organisation of the "Friends of I'eace." 'Pile mOttl HeimatlonHl charge m:id. hy , .Mr. (fOinpem in that "paid fminai let of , your "Kriemln of I'eaee' have gone from city to rlty and by inntdlou ami falet representations attempted U financially corrupt a larg.- number of represf nta tlve men nnung the union workrrn of the I'nlted States." Ilrttrp U'rUinanii BaWtWflt Mr. (iomperpi nay In reference 10 Henry Welfmann. an official of the or , gamxation . "He has been an active worker in at leant a half dox n tlifferent RIOV Omenta, each the vary antithesis of the other, and In no movement witit Whteh he ,.- bean connected haa he provetl himself other than an a instate." Hera are a few excerpt from the rjompere letter ; "Ff It wete at all ponslbb for me to regartl the movement In which you are . ngaged or the meeting at 'hicago as prompted In the Inten-Bt of pea-c. .i peace which mi'tUiet loyal Anient an, any true, intelligent, faithful worker, could support, 1 WOUld not have hesitated a moment ti have found Immedleti op portunity to pledge nuy most earnest and active cooperation j but from my knowl edge of even If which are 1 1 .inspiring and which havt occurred it is not peace which 1 being furthered by your move ment and your mctlne, hut voui pur pose is to place the people of the ITnltad States In a falsi poaUIOfl before the ! world, to play nto the hands on one side of the waning nations as .against the other. Carried to its logical COn elusion your movement would make of the United state not only an unneutral nation, but would bad to the direct limits of militarism I" every country in ; its worst form. "If you believe that th perpetuation Of empires, royalties and thrones Is the i course which the cltlseni of this republic should advocate, then, sir. it might be well, in order to he consistent, to adyo. cats the establishment of monarchical I institutions in our republic lt lianas MleswM "If you think that after this war is over that the democratic sentiment deep down In the hearts of the (Jerman and Austrian people, when these men can and dare speak, will afford any resting place for your propaganda for the per petuAtion of empires, dynasties and thrones you have misread and misunder stood and now misinterpret the feelings of ths people of Germany and Austria and England and Italy and the other countries. "But, sir, mote than likely you haVO found suftl lent Warrant and authority to assume the position you have by the f.ict thst se you say that sixteen yean ago t h labor unhm of New York In ltel you to preside at a dinner. "The American F deration of Labor officers have leen In almost mil titer t upted communication with the repre- santatlves of ofgMlaad woekem of the countries now engaged In war, and when the lime shall have become ripe for any derisive tnovemelM to be made In t he interest of peace, all may rest SS mred that no effort will he left untried to accomplish peace, a pe ice founded upon righteousness, upon fuOtlCO Upon demooraey and brotherhood the world ov er." $17,132,323 MUNITIONS SENT. i iistom Mouse (.Ives Blafloflee on July t: spurts. Munition! Of war heg.tu to move for ward from New York to Europe ." r;t. i uoanUtloa In July. Figures made public yesterday by .1 H. Lent, chief statisti cian at tile I'ustoms Hou-e, s. towed tll.it eaporta of oartrldgea, dynamite, gun powder, other explosives and firearms In July amounted to ll?illt,ISt, egatnet ftvi HI in July a year ago. The total X ports In July from NOW York were about tl .',4.1101). nan, against 1 143,000, tire previous month. The value iif cartridge ahlpmi tits In July was S,Olf,47l, avainst 17,t0l In July of the year before. Ounpowder to the value of 14,411, til, egalnol ll.Siin in July a year ago. was shpied out and other explosives totalled M. Tlt,I(0, agalnat IIS, til the year be fore. Firearms to the value of $1 ,105,11 1 r, were sxported, nsainst in,fi51. Dyna mite was exported iinly In the small amount of 110,751, agalnat iii July a year ago. APPLE SALE WELL ATTENDED to. ooo llnrrels nlsposeit i( nl mid RagoHmeatal laetloai Oaaoistga, N, y., gopt. 2. The leoond experimental opple auction sale under the auspices of the State l-'oul and Uarkei Commleeloner n is held here to day, illsiMising of 10,000 barrels of fruit out of 11,000 offered. Most of t lie fruit s 1.1 is stlil on the trees. in attendance the - tie was much mors su. 1 eeaful than that of yeatordaya a nusTtbor of ropreaentatlvee hiving been sent hero by New York dealers. There a i.s ils. 1 present a represen t alive of the Federal Dapartmenl of Agriculture The apples sold, ail of high grade, brought t.i a barrel, After the sale Commissioner Plllon announced timt he had been authorized to say to growers that If they wanted to build cold storage plants he WOUld be able to guarantee loans ii cr 10 per cent, of Ihe cost. Another sale will lie held to morrow at the court hOUSO in Sytarua. IO PER MONTH ON PLEDGE -OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MANHATTAN, Fourth ArSaUS, SOT. lAtk street. F.ldrldse ItlSSt, SOT, RlVlagtOO Ot. Seventh A VS., It Ihtli and IlltJl His. I.eilnslon Ave., OOf U.tli stresi ilrsnd Htreet. ror. I'lininn street. Ksst rd HI., I let. I oiisgtos a Id F.sst IIOOSSOO gi tor. Kssei Hi. SOUTHERN PACIFIC i ACCUSES RIVALS1 ChaMfrti ship Linos Competing W ith Railroad 0i? Pwff?r ontiwl Rateii FRAKS (ANAL .MONOPOLY The tight of the Southern Pacific Pom pan In behalf of Its rail and water route from New York o the Pacific coast against the ship lines operating through the Panama 'anal on the question of rates became mote vigorous yesterdav. Southern Pacific officials charged be fore Interstate t'ommen-e Commissioner Thurtell that the ship lines were gran- ing preferential rates on coast to coast shipments. The hearing Is being held on the ap plication or ihe southern Pacific operat ing Its Morgan Line ships to Oalvaatod and thence by ra:i to the Pacific coast, b. lower Its rates to meet the heavy com petition of lh ill water line, through the Panama Canal, The chief ship imee against which the Southern Pacific is arrayed are the American -Hawaiian Steamship Company, the l.m kenhacb Nteamahlp Company and w. H. draco Co., which are operating ships through the canal. Fears F.llmlnatlnn. So heavily havs the ship lines cut in! j the traffic of the water and rail route of the Southern Pacific, Loula J, g pence, director of traffic of lbs southern r - clflc, testified, that If permission were not given by the commission to lower .ites to meet the canal competition the Southern Pacific line would be eliml natod as a competitor for transconti nental business. This, he said, would re sult in Injury to the shipper by gli ing the canal ship lines a monopoly on the business. Ralph B sttibbs. general freight agent of Ihe Southern Paclflc'i Atlantic steam ship lims and general Knstern freight agent Of the Southern Pacific rail lines, furnished the snsation4 of yesterday's heating before the examiner In his statement of his belief that the ship lines wer. dis rlmlnatalm; In their rates and carrying traffic for Old customers at lower prices than the atlVOrtlaed rates. Mr. Stubbs said that he hid been Informed by men In the Iron and steel ttade that the ship line Operating through Ihe canal had posted advames in rates three, or four months ago. but were continuing to gtVO preferred shippers lower rates. Frank Lyon, attorney for the ship lines, objected to this statement as hearsay, IHu Southern I'lletrte Loss. Mr. BtUbba said that in the RCa1 year ended June 10, ItIS, ;i.nn tons Of traffic had lwett transported via the I'anama C.itial and tin- Morgan l.m. -Southern Pacific route to the Pacific 1st. lie held that even under the lower ratis being charged by the Pan ama Canal lines the water and rail and the .ill rail routes would be able to compete If they are permitted to charge lOW enough rates to meet the competition. Mr. gpence said th it the Morgan l.lne, the Southern Pacific ship litn from New Y'ork to QalVOIton, lost 1". non tons of westlsiuud freight in the fiscal year ended June 30, HIS, The railroads rested their ease yes terday, the ship lines opening their case In an effort to show that th, rates they published were the real rates. 1,000 SHELLS PER DIEM. U In i lltm I'ln mi I'rfiilllclliK TIlMl NumtttT of PtWjvetflM for Mllr. W H MUotMO W Va . Sppt. 2. One thOUMUld Inch hfaptlM nlielln an being tumvd oui dAlly by th WhtHInc M'tulil arnl Kt"iinlry 'i'iiiiany at Kant Whffiii K. Rooordlng to nn Mtriai of th t iiTiiatiy. The .tiitlli aire fr iht Alllee ami ihf contrVCt amounts to brtvx tti tf 000,000 Mid I&.OOQl The Three H..m'l Oun 'ompany f Ifoundevllle hM turned down two orders of (9000)000 VaUlie terh for rapid nre gun. An am nt of a eurrlni Buropeen power negol lated with th oompnny hut tii order was iwfused becoeUete ih extra in.nliiiicry neceeeery would re quire too much time to inetAtl, HUGE CARTRIDGE ORDER. Ui'iil of titles llBO W mils to SJM i io ititte. iii ggH.SO Rarb, CuvgbAHOi s.pt. I Bnormoua cart ridge contracts for the P2uroDaan ai tires ar, pending in Cleveland, A. 4". It, ri hke. munition broker, to-day exhibit aid ihe reQUlrementi of the Kueslan, French and Italian War Officee for llv000,000,- pirltlrtgoa. tie also announced the cloelng of a contract for l,000000 rifles at 111,50 each, placed wttli a firm in North Tbnawanda, n y The agent Is working on the formation of a ijtndlcate of Cleveland capitalists and manufacturer to take over an onler for 1. ,000 shrapnel shells for the Alfiis, worth about 110,000.000 AgWafuTJ fceUJorlcU Field Safely Rrst You can not b prop erly insured unl(Ht you era aafely iniunxl "JlVERPOOL -London -Globe . loau ranee Cs. BRONX. I I'l'itrtlsndt Ave , eor itslli Htreet I HltOOKI VN. Igmlth hi., ror, Livlogsuin st. jl.nihstn Avenue. ODT. lleOSVuiSS HI I I'll kill A I einie. .in lit-t,.tvl,i Ale g I'KH i KM'. l-HAKlikl) us At I.UANH HKl'AIIJ WlTIIIN rA4i VVKKKa l ltiiM IJATK PUMP STOCKHOLDERS URGED TO JOIN REVOLT Protcftlr Coitimlttcfi Ankn fof vVlthfJrnwtl of Aswn( RtorgAnlMtloiii Members "f the new protective COfll mlltee of preferred ItOvkhOlderi who have organised to fight the Interna- 1 Hmal Steam Pump reoi ginliat Ion plan preoeed the campaign against the re- ; rforganlgOrl yesterday by sending oui 10 VtOCXhoMon a long letter detailing the alleged flaws In tlie reorgatilsatlon plan and .tieglng the holders of preferred stock to withdraw their assent to the plan f before September Hi after which it mav be too late "The entire reic canisat on plan ll effected at the expense of the preferred stockholders." says the letter It Is held that the plan take away fmm the preferred stock an squll) v.iine at present wortli n shaie and gtVOi In return a value nf onlv a little more than 1S, The Committee asks what has hi M nt Ihe IT. 371. no:, -iitplus t lie conn, any show, s in us balance sheet six months lierore the rooolverahlp, ami Colli at tentlon lo the discrepancy in Ihe com- pant's r-riort of September II, 1013. wfileh gave net profits as 11,010,044, ,n.i the printed plan, which uae them is 1771,111, in f the chief luihlldl irlan of the company, the Hi ike A KnoWleS Works. It 1- heM, appears to have been left out of the reorganisation. The plan, It Is asserted, gives benefits to the bondholders to the great detri ment of the holders of preferred (tuck by giving IhtMII not only an It, .Tease I I Interest return, t per cent, instead of I, I but by giving tlrem II per cent, in j new common sunk and absolute control of the corporllon, Tin- committee feols that If the corporation were In the con trol of the stockholders or of the New Jersey receiver it could meet its require ments and operate successfully. Hu bert Coiling, the ew Jaraey receiver, -t Is said, has begun an examination Into the acts of the officers and directors. farm Kills 100,000 R narrows, HtrrOHIatSOSt, Kan. Sept , It t estlmnled that fully inn. mm sparrtMVa were draw nod here .inritur a auddoti rs h and Wind Bt041ll Thirteen hundred of the birds were picked Up under three large trees. From a dozen to 00 were picked up Under awry large tree. PRIVATE SCHOOLS NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS t tl 4. tun g, 1. vies Mtn m until. .011 iiiita Field .on. e-t ji'd st. Boy. ma) rem.', in sll day, Inciudlns Bat'y, study hour. Tennis Courts. Athletic Field, bind c to olleg. IK IM. si IIOIM. I . It. II 4.V xr, w. N4th at Tel. tut ichuyisr. Hoys froia n 10 20 All Iteportmsnte. NO home study fur bins under 15. I KIM I t si. IIOIM. inti-147 tVit Hist Street. A 4 bun b H i, gcbMl nnt nova. Mr.HKI'l v 1 1 K'g 04 NOOI, for BOTO aio-ai:' West Knd Vie Tcj t'ol. 4n0 The I.MIi i ear Issrln- ttCIolier 4. IMl.. Outdoor esercless t ao to 4 h 11 oloter. 144 11.11 1 si mini . 1.4 . 1 111 si. liny llept of New ,,rk I'reparutnrv kchnol Thorougii w.irk. limit. .1 ctsssss, indd roes. Summer Rewooo hs ospt, Ksemlastlons ifAMIl.DtN Ibai-ITl'TR run inns WD West Knd i 1.1 Bauj Klv. t 01.1 H i l-ltl i-tn 4 1 1 . s Mta ear lISSllll Sept. aoih. Tilt: HI I kl I 1 M BOtll. KIIK BOTg Oafl Msdi-on Ave. Reopeos Moudsy, llciober 4th. lord it 1 1 . i 1 . 1 t. l . Mend Muster. Ill 1:1.1 1 I I 04 Html. I ' 1 ii in 11 7211 T ISII WKHT KND AVC PROM I'KIMtKt III (III IK. F. till I It SI IIIIOI . tti itid "J F.ssi tlisl St. Reopen. Hepi Usth. l-rloiary net. nh. uymoealiun, nutius Classss, HOHA4 F titNN at IIOOI, POM mils ilprns Kspteoiber 87th Virgil 1'reltymao lli-sdmssier. H ,--t 40lh Street, n.-sr Broadway. IMF KltOVAN SI lllllll. uf I I I I lit I Sit I, 241 v,i ."th st Tel. 1 "I sao-l. Two resn eors In one tbsolutety on ones' a lime utth llStehor, till. I (Hill M I SMIIII SI lllllll Reopens in lolssr t .11 I I t I. a-l tali It SI rert . Afternoon stipsrvwon. si . PUT'a SI lllllll Hut 1- tisrdrn I'll) liooo Island I Tl li I! M tllSH. HeiiP 11 ..-ler. ton 1. mis imi hum. WOMEN, III BARNARD HI UOOI I nit 1. liti s Kltidergsriiii lo 1 'ollegs ' irsdiistes in lea.l Ina ' 'liege- i;v mnaslum aisl rennls. csta. logue. 4tj ,-.t I' -til street n tn AIIU si 11001 01 1101 si inn 11 ARTS 221. u .-.1111 s. Training home toaaers l)re-nudUp designing, iiillllisry, cisiMiis. sec. unit- Tel. 04MHI si lnii. HAMILTON INsilil II. Foil 1. litis tintli st A Riverside llrlve. Tel 2 ' an Itn l'oll,e I et'il'lCHle-. I1oi,h-.iic s,i, Iteirnlsr A SNs ial I . mr- l..nve I . miiih-'iii III I IM 11 SI IIOOI I OH I. Mil S West Knd tie A "-III si el IlilH III. T Kinderssrten Klementary, llnrii s.-hm,i Mild I'olleire Preji. Hnys' Fleni- nt,,r llept I III. BROW, X si 11001 ..111 II. KIM 2.CI West 7'ith str,. utticsati w TAibat, Tel 'oi asot, Two iruers in one Vusuluteli Inditldusl, I. hum II si IIOOI. 1.0- Firth e. Moarilliie :iinl Itni Nehnol, Mta i'cor begins net. .in 1114 I KSIIII SI IIOOI s7(i Wesl Knu live cor Iliad si Kindergarten Kfcmcnlari High Sehisil and roilegi lrcparallnii Tel UtO ItiviT. 110 1 11 SI M S. NOBACK MANN si 111.01 open, sept, miter 2. 1 li. Kiiidersarlen Klementsri A lliiili Rrbiail. II C. Pearson j'rliieipal Uiuadwa) .0 130th -1 ins mini 10111 tri'i iits iitn r A si'Mitv. RATr.N ON Htollsi. Ill Nl IIOOI.. I Mill I.F. imi WW 111 1.1 0 N. V, al'N, N. Y. t'U'V. Iliilll HRKKH. suv itiiik. Htm Vrh Its S C 3-f O OX- '4TT-"." I , N KST I'll T N KH VliRK, for. Friinuhn sud Jefferson Ave., Bruoklyn REGENTS and COLLEGE Send fori 'atsiogg Siteees-in Itsgcnla' Ksaius f I 4 44 si lllllll s. llliilllM 1 V, Ve lurk. BROOKLYN LAW Igl 44 .lol.. s. iii. ...kim N, . SCHOOL I Is I .111.1 F. iiiips f n Bud rt ti .i iiidi.- tourtsM I t lei 1 1 1 . CQUIWM th'l .4 1 1 1 f f M Ul t J": !' nt - k fill tm if .oh mi, si ii'ii'ii r . mn 1 1 f ll. Kill -.i-l If, I a) ( I - it ut UU l.tj.i.'.l. ALL BUT SO OF 8,000 GIRLS WIN STRIKES Man) nHdfXpporl CompanlM Qrnnl Ml Dfiitifintlii Hade. nmbngPOUTi fonti.. Hepf. 2. . 1 1 MM llfti of Ihe I.OOO ul 1 1 who have been en strike hero during lh laat two weeks will lie back al work by to-ufoi row. Hjs hundred girls of tile llryant Kleetrle Compnn) returned to-dav with lbs eight our day. belter wage- and recognition of 1 lie shop committee granted The employee- of the Hi. is Narrow Kahili t'om- patty win return to-morrow with IM same concession Inning the last two weeks sinks h ue heen stMcosaful for f,IO0 girls and women. The Wnner Uros. fominny. Hie fiown Corset iVimiianv, the lirmge C, Batcheller Company, ihe i,a lloelst Corset Cumpanyi the Bryant Hloctrlo I'omp.iny and the Bias Narrow Fihu- Compon) tnive aii conceded svorythlng the iiis ssked. T . 1 ami. -hi itni. her Company'i em- plnyees ire still holding out. Treasurer Charles lloloomb, who had offered Ihg fifty bout week, offered 10-day one hoUf a week for wanning, making a forty-nlng hour week. The striker- refused to llirgs promise and Insisted on the eight hogf day. The threatened watkotrl of the bayonet arorkers al the Remlnabm Arms and Ammunition t'ompeny may lie svertoa by morilalton, FORD. ILL LUCK PURSUES H. S. kini.ii ftaal ittutit iiiiiiit Haraai I. title dober Rptr-nll mnk. Nt '!,. n v . sept : -Harry B r-rg rn urond view, owner of the speed boat Little Joker, which sank in th recent rice in Munnaesol Bay, lost anothgf boat 10. day. I his time hy lire This boat was tlie Itlgllt llower. built foi Mi K.e.i on Ihe st uawrence iiiver last spring al a Cool of 10,00( At noon to-day Mr. Ford went out In the Itlght Bowel vv nil one of Ins melt and When ibout o tghtb of a mile ftom shore the carbureter hacked fire and a defective wire limited Ihe boal Tito two men left quickly In a dingy and tiie itig'u Bower bumedi the metallla part sinking from sight. Men along Shore could have MVed tlie boat, but they feared an explosion and did not venture. AND ACADEMIES IOR HOI-. IMl VOVNti MEN, M. MIIIK See lark lily. COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL I minded 1111 MIS. ... 7 and 44 I s I lllllll SI. Iioyv -1 f'4'KMHKI I IN I'll 1.1' It I 1 1 Fill; I'OLl'MHIA. I'llHNKLI., IIAItVARU, I'KIM'KToS y VI.K Sl"l "ll 'II. ge- III si NKs- 1 'it RSKS I'll I M It 1 i. ssK0 Bealstered t- Regents, lAlomterlf-s,ii)-innssluni,l'laygroiind Athletls I, id. 1 .2d year toataa s, pt 22 l ei .i. s; Hlvsr, RAPID REVIEW RECORDS f'hruiNfrr '' in -It wi-iVt; Knifli-h fourtti V-'ftr, in ti wisiW.'. n nil HIam fiiHiini'trf no", in urn wiii-i fur rwbrdsi niHilf 'y out luiplU H th- I i-l KflVMltll iniTilriftfinti. fhtf ."-il-mi it tehool gTUttTAOlsMI wtM'rraifi 1 i th ntlm- 4 MsTiaV Ur Ktiamntf i- prcpEfd boyi at wrhi etiiilrty Id, M.i-it H nml tJ i.r tf igi fJaT . 'oth Sch'Mt, ifi nut- y i-.f. Two -i .in- oui to t wwn -i t fuc boji iindr lii j f-nr.. I-fill I'itim llTflfUl pi 27. TfaeUrofM l.ltK n llool., ivt h. TMh H. Tm 744 IRVING SCHOOL I . 11. II 44 . I". 44 I Sl S I S BOYS KR41.M .. 1 11 20 l.l. I H- I' H I 1 1 1 N rs) j iMi ilradusles llsve i 1 1 '..u.-ge. ' No llotlle study for Isiy- under tllieen. , outing 1 11 .,ud 1 lames inrludini sst- urdays. Telephune is. 10 MchiiylsO. TARRYTOlVN-ON'-Ht'llMON, See ,irk. Irving School for Boys ij,",;"!,""";" side, Tstii rear. . Ii .1 Usslei NSW in 4'.- .ii : i.ini.llng-. I'lut i'rep.ire- f.,r ,0 - tges 'and business In.livi.iu41 im.i ttlssg nstructlon. Athletic insld, large n. sr lymnasium and Owinimina fcoel, Linilteej ,. pi., Bo! .1. 41. 1 1 lit! w. ll,, id Msstrr, Bos ....l 4IIIIN44 Al l.-OV III llso, e iurli. M 44 YORK MILITARY ACADEMY 4 OIIN44 M l IIS. Ill IIMI M 44 4 llllk ST Ml HUH I OS.N. srVMloitii I'HKI'AHATORI MHOOfc si. initio d. 4 onne, 1 b ut A school lor isiys, on ihe ititlagc pi. Indiv iiluiii in-irueii..n Al 1 RKII ' IIOIURNT. IMreetoi I oil lilRI.M 4 Ml 4 ill M. 41 IIM I.N. t.44 YORK Ne Verb City, TU8T CCMiafl C - Centril Park Ilia. dCHlrLCne-l.ior.Mtli.St. Hftappni W.'hiu'mI iv, i-tnbi ), I I if Kl I IN M IHMH 1 UK f.lld A, i 11 i 1 , Srw urk, Chappaqua Mountain Institute 1 . 1 1 1 v nnii h 1 o., -N. 1 1 Hll hi- .Il ls 11 ' I. (- ll I AMI 11 I I nml i I I ll litis U.-V - l.i' I J V . , -A i.'iriiii' tl. p ' - llilllHl Mi'lh' i lot VOIlfifJ ilrt'ii llih !! inllm fruiii N. 70 .IMI II ill tUlll.lt I' ll, ..t t I laAMl ISt iliac I III" nml Mil' l- IU1 I - rlntsthtJiii (nirwsi ul rt I niriirMt Hi h i' Mesiuml 1 1 (nutlet mill i I'uiiiHMi mi H l i ll ' nisi i ii i llt'at'!!! ' t UMiil Is s. iW WTfl i h.iImi: i'iM i. jt li iUt i l t ri i.hst. mmi:i HMK, Ind. T. MHs Mil. IM.I AND ACAmTMT. Hi. JoM pll CO. NolN IlltniV I'- O.i IhilletOaV Conir cOUri In I'otltf lattt, At 4lrrnl And (':'! r- or) i' pill nU, Muilc. Al Houitiid.il 4rta ind Atblt-Uw, l-or CttlldSUi liddrfM Mi.- c'rffiitleQL III HIXMM ! IIIHIUL M W aOIIK NW rlt ( it7. REGENTS frilres itritr."- srgertrsri in Neseoli tctr-: Higher Accounting and AnditinR Sliortliani1, I'Ookieepiiiv,Spanisi- AMi 5-ecrel,triiil Courses Merchants and Bankers' Business Schotil IV1ADISfN AVE. & .su, STREET a, i . I sii i, lllrerlur. t'l.is 'hen. '- Hnokkrriin-. Shorlhand. Vrrrr lirial, rypcwrillni Spanish, t itil Si ft iff it Mt'nuUpr Urpsi'tmrnls. ii r wi'il i CataloguOa iii SI.& Lrnon Ave, Pratt Institute I tl I 1 f rm Hi (i nt t l 'i'i. I- ti-nliiff 1 lts-, fl . ."J.