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THE SUN, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1915.
MEXICANS RAID U.S. ARMY CAMP, ! KILL 3 SOLDIERS! Rlflrhl f I li' Flftwn Trnnpcrs WoiiinIimI Btlfbt Kocnforrp-nic-nt: Arrive. RAXPTTS T.OSK FIVE HEN IN THF, ATTACK Mis l s, Tn vt. II. Three Oltltd tats uldlr were killer! nnil einlit wounded mrly to-d.iy when Mexirun .il- tncked id taehmetrl af troop M ojo de Agile,, HW inilei from here. Five of I tip MtSlMM v?gfg kilted Tlio ggO.4 . Hergt BHAFEH, Tlr.r.l iival-y. Private JOYCE Company i. MiittiAi i 01 pa, Private UcCoNNBLL, Company u. Signal i 'nrpM. Tin v. otinded : 11 Vute KHKU BHIIK Troop (i, Third i 'avulrt . Mr v ma I'.M l. I. w ;i. M'. Troop i Thl il 'uviili y. Hergt. H. H. HMITH, Rlgnel Corp Corporal i.kwis CANDKIX, Signal 1. or,... Private BKN llAU.KNHKi'K. Troon Third ' .iviiirv. Private W. T. STKWAltT, Smr.al l0' (If. I rwu soldiers ahooo nagiog cannot ! uc Muertataed at thin lima. At daybreak thl. morning tlie M-ntry j hi. i. -i in the camp saw In tii din out-1 Una ,,f tli mesquits tiinkit moving' form rapidly manoruvrlnM Into ikirmlh !'. The entr hastened to the pot of drgt ghater, awoka him and tuid him i tint things looked bad. The h rgi ihi eras in tin act of riaiiin ' when .t voile) iv. i ttnul inio the very I mid ' of ihc sleeping soldiers ami Beret dhafer Cell dead A bugle founded from the attatOklng force, which outnumbered the American I live u .Hie, ami .1 charge era made. The American iotdlart, taken eltoeet unl aware, hail little i-li.ttioo to roach their' irm. ! Msxico fiTV, Oct. 21. More tliiiu The wireless operutor haattned to hla 3. Eapatlstaa, Including five ; irata i-i k ne and was in the act of cranking I and many ubordlnate ofltcera aa well a 1 when 1 bullet tore hi arm off. penecTvtl stnployooo, aurrenderod to-day to 1 rated thu dynumo of the wlrolooo andlOen. Qonsales al Toluci OThe) r that oul of commission. ihu putting given compute anneety anil released at on ill rneana f communicating with the 1c.1l garnnoti. The men rallle ,ind gave the atun fights . ver made Wttbatood charge an account of th down man) of tin When the COUni I thu best they could uem one of the gameel on tin border. They after charge and gave r leaver, by cutting attacking bandits, and a in made live dead M klcutls wire found. There were many other wounded and poealbly more killed, hut tin BV. Were all that have been found thus tar. The Ural Intimation of th. attack wan telephoned to the local oont by N. u. Ca- mi 's a mcrcnani of three miles went of the attack occurred. Mi U MeCo) tint l.e heard tne vlelnlty "f Ojo lie lenn w in n.nt oul and back auppoaedly from nlian. u town place where the iv atoe told Capt, heavy tiring in Agua. A wire an answer came the station at .j,, ,1 i- Agua. Plant "1 . K here.' on Mexican Mde. Where tins answer came from 1 a ntattei .it ipeoulatlon. Thai it did rot 1 ome from djo de Agua 1 certain, for that station w.m put out of 00 mm lea ion j early In the fight. It has since de- ! .loped that then., in a wireless station I on th Meglcan side of the river, op- I Dfleil the croaalna at La Khanos and 1 .1 the same codes are used for these brief signals. It in believed the station 1 on 1 '.at sale picKeil up t tie inesoage and sent back the answer. Capt. McCoy 1 however, got bll troops in m itlon and was at lit,- scene of the . . nili.it as quickly an a double time Would take htm there. With the ar- i.val ..I fresh troops treated and are tilll the bandits re- 1 .'eing pursued. Every man In tin. tight, fifteen all told and who lived to tell the story, was of one opinion, that at bast 100 bandits i n k part In the attack. T.'iey were all t ruined soldiers, fought under the com mand of officers Hid charged, retreated ami charged again and again at the ail of bugb-s. 1 ! Tlii.se found dead wore on their hats In front a riblMin bearing ibe words "Viva la tndependencig de Texas." The ili-i a.i "I '.', bandit was to burn 1 'if hump nf (Teorge Dlttftra, a prttl un. runfliinaii Ojo ile (iim. and hen tli fi'll upon the 11 taping ramp REPORT OX ATTACK lli-pn rl me 11 1 Vceoiint l.eu. I'lLiislon. . hi. 81 The attack of ot Mexicans on .1 small I':, lied Mate troops, re filling 01 three Amir- WasIIIVOToV a large force letaohmont of suiting In the 1 loinier and the wounding of .ight :hers was reported to tie War liepurt- nrt to-day by MaJoMJen, kunaton, omnia tiding the bonier forces. The report selil to tile War Deport ifnt was the preliminary one of Capt. I'raiiK McCoy of the Third Cavaltv. who went pi the relief of the font that wis attacked Capt, McCoy wax at MMon, Tg., fifteen miles from oju 'le Agua. where the attack took plaee. Iirtd was summoned by a telephone men. .sag... The Vmerlcan force were out- Ulnliered nve to one. Capt. M eporl was an follows : ' 1 Petaclmi.nt of Troop O, Third ftavalry, vVlreleaa Bectlon Company 11. .Signal Corp, guarding this Mexi- an village, wan attacked by a large band of Mexican raiders si I o'clock V M. T ie enemy was driven off, with live killed. 1 in my arrival with reliev ing irops of the Sixth Cavalry the aldr.n scattered in th,. Cbapparal between here aid the river. Detach tnents in pursuit. Rergt. gchaefer, Troop c. Third nkvatry, and Hrivatoo Joyce ami Mc fkinnoll, Compan) i, signui Corpa were killed ii. acioii. The following wen- wounded! Prlvatet Bowner, Bshl l.a'iglandn, Kubly, all of Troop M. Third Cavalry; Scrgl Smith and orporal Qanxler, S. gnal Corps: Prl cgta Shall ecl. Troop C Third Cavalry, ami Privute steward. Com- liSJ'V I Signal 1 forpe prdore for tin reenforcemonl f the nmjbargo on arm against Villa and in fgyor of CJgrrangg have ROW been re ceived bv nil euatoms fflclala on the Mexi'an border Tio m far no arrange- n4iits have beiai made foi- cooperation of ibe army in the enforcemoai of tins order. It Is expected, however, that the border patrols will ije instructed to lake suoii steps an may prove nsceaeary to prevent the smuggling of anna across itin border into uia territory, nuiuhir of members ot the Pan- American 1 inference called on Secretary Lansing In-day to extend congratula tion,, on the completion of the dellbera- tlons ami the recognition of Carrgagg, in a tinai statement Issued on the eve "i jt dissolution the villi agency 1.1 re i'1-nigiit denounced Ogrranxg us a man who ha violated hie promise and who lull iid 10 violate I hem further by becoming a candidate for election 10 tin. constitutional Presidency of Mexico. It Prune iu Carranga's reported state uient , Hulllllu yestordg) In which he raid :.. expected 1,, retain the tllle f Fit ' haf and not proclaim htm II provisional Prusldunl of Mexico ' " Villa uitei nun ibis is be- ' ' arruusii dm 1 nut wish to dis. A MBA SSA DOR FLE TCHER MAY GET MEXICAN POST i. s. Knvoy to C'liilo. 18 Ymrs in Sorvicr, Fnvorod ly Liiiimiio. SERVED IN SPANISH WAR WAgHIROTON, upt 21. PlMldetlt wll" con probably elll appOkll Henry P. Kl etcher of Pennaylvanit Ambaaaador t. Hi.. Republic of Mexico In short tlinn. It lire, nil- kflOWn to-day thai Secretary Of Statf Limning In Inclined to NCOffl ini'mi Mr eletchr for the poajt. Tin- Ambaaaador to Mexico will irrn. ably have morp than ordlnnri dUttgg ga It In believed that In- will act hoiiipw hat ne nn advisor to the HrM Qhlofl gov -eminent. Mr. Kletpher if now Amhan?ndor to Chile. Hi- han heen in the diplomat is service of the United Statin for thirteen yearn and is I Sggtdod an one of the moat capable diplomats in the gorvtoe Ho is well aciiuaitiled w.th the temiiprainent of the lifltln American poople and In rtited U li in Ogportoncg In Sotti.i Amer ica and hie knowledge of Mexican gffglro to meet the ragponalbllltlag of American Ambaaaador in Mexico city. Ilinry Prgthor Fletcher Wgl lnnn In Qraoncgatto, Pa., In 1T3. lie ntmlleil law arid wan building up a practice in Pontiaylvgnlg when the B pantah-Amer I- can VrAr hroke out. Me anllatod III the It" Ugh Klden tllldi-r I'"!. ROOtOVOll all. I erved throughout the war. Col, ROOM Veil appointed him to the diplomatic ner Vleo an nepotni necretary of the Ameri can Legation at Havana In I SOS HubaoQtiontly he nan named retary In the legation at I'. kin and then Hiiftlify hlmnelf. an a provlnlonal dent In barr. d by the ConatitUtlOl reeking ulectlon us eoaotltttUonal dent. Prenl frotn Prvm- ZAPA T I ST AS SURRh'S'DKR. More Than :t,o Released hut 1 Id, Hon i urn, nsa'n l orees. 1 jpecel ' aOftf lrspat to Tas It . once. uen. uonaaiea is on tun way to the capital. The campaign ngainnt the ap.intn in the st.etij of Uoreloa Will he puahed during the Doming week bv a fur f 11,0 van men, which will begin the mi ll in from Mexico clt in the direction of Cuemavaca. Communication by railroad with the United Mtatea is an ncconipluibed fact. The Hrnt train from Laredo on th, American border, arrived this afternoon, but it brought mily Bfty paseengera, owing to fear of trouble on the way. The passengers mij that nothing un uaual bappened during the nip. The train brought a I aril quantity of mail 1 irom the 1'lnted Slap The diplomats of the various nations who are lu re extended official congratu lations to ill 11. Carrgagg this afternoon upon his recognition as head of the Mexican Government, Mnrcellne imvi los, who li in charge of ibe Foreign Of fice, telegraphed congratulations to the Firt Chief. VILLA U'O.VT QUIT. HrothiT ii iirlhern l,uJr Will I lulil Ilnrdrr Now. I'1- ' 0.UII M iso, Oct, .'l "lien. Villa will not Xico oil the advice of fl lend OT enemy. He will continue Inn Mtruggle to free tin mmon people from the rule I of landlords and the moneyed claao. Wo i know iiothitiK of the report from New York that frauds of the ileuer.il are urging him to leave Mexico ami lei iu-- ranga and his cola. its npread themselves Unopposed over all tin- .niintry. but wo know that Hen villa is going to light harder now than evur. If be uults tight- 1 1 1 ik u will i.e hen 1 1 he can got no j moie ammunition," Thin was the declaration of Hipolltu Villa to-lilght. He declared that the Qenoral Is now well on his way Into1 (Mora Willi Ills force and that C. Ir ian.. 1 and his tried Would Soon Is- driven from Sonora. Toe imbargvi remained in effee. t onlay f and not a cartridge went acTOM the line to the Villa force unlens it was smug gled. Gen. Villa I" known to be abort of ammunition. Milling men and oilier Americans ar 1 riving from the sxiulh at Juarez to-day aaaertod that there is every indication In Cii-oUahua city that the villa forces are 1 preparing to evacuate. All Villa records I were removed some lime ago, ostensibly to tfuerrerro, scene ,.f ii. aotl vitiss of' I villa in hi.- bandit days, but it Is believed 1 they have been Kent on mulebaol to Her- , I moalllo, capital of Sonora. which i ; said to have he, n selected an the seat for tlie Villa-Ma ytorvna govern tnant. NEW WAY TO FIGHT TYPHUS. liioulniliii lilt llrlll'M lilMf-iiN iMiii to He Unfit !r. John Wi Arnirifon. director "f lha Hyflnttnlc Laboratory r tba Lnltad si.tt-s Publlo HaBrth aarvlcr, laal nbjbt I itiaj!Taotcd at u maatlng f lha Arudamy ! nf Madlolna that to Moufa Immunity from lyphiia fvar, which laai wlniai r;tvaKi,'i Varblft, nr-renn liable in ba j 1 poaeq to uia iii- ir anuuid jiarmii inr-rn- t I aeWaa tu be InoeutAUd With BHU'i I duaaua i Hlnoa thi- lattt-r dlMMa 'H 1 n 1 I provad to b a miui form of typhtii favart i iif Midi lha sfi'un) anamtad would auc ' caaafully ovsrooma typhuji bacilli in the ! body before thy eould Inereaae. Dr. Nathan E5 Brill told of hid utn eovary f the oflld form nf typhua in IkM and atrid ilia- the bai lllua uf typhua iHolated by i t Marry lloia f Mount Hlnal Hospital hint NiiririK WAM tin aame farm that oauaed i he attenuated form ft th dlaaaaa found in America GIRL LEAPS TO DEATH. Poller Think Haa4nafe Te0apliona Hlaa Anna l.ami , yearn nhl, who HHt. 11 telephone operator at Maxim i reatauranti wa found dead yeaterday j momlnf in tin courtyard at Hlver-j ritif 1 irlvd The pooe say they be Have he Jumped from the rtlnini room nf apartment which aha occupied vviiii Ifiaa May IHiinnafan on tin1 tenth ti ur. The yoUIUJ vvihi 1a 11 WOK In her nlfhl robot but on her flngere ware tiute very valuable ilnf Other jewelu were found upon the body. Mlaa Kia nnafan was overcome when aha was awakem i by the police and told that her friend waa thud. Detec tive iiiry learned that there wan a party in the apartment "i vYedneedayi at Which there were three men ami u third woman The police art' looklnf fur these friends of the dead fir). It Waa teamed that Miss J.amey on Katfed t tie a put meat a month a(0 a mi paid lu r $ 1 no nut In adaiiv. H r niotht r, it was said, liven In Klmhim t, I. I. Miss 1. an ley mnVred a nervou collapae aoma time af o( it waa r.t id. and worried much ubout a brother who IM In it lunft Island hoHpilal. A HOCOnO brothi r ended hln life ahuiit two years aao by jumptntf out nf tile wimhw of nn apartment hOUH 1 Rlvt-nddo Drive. I v Henry P. Fletcher, Who will probably in- gppointtd Amba.spailor to Mexico. at Lisbon. He wan iransfened t Santi ago. Chile, to 1 nine charge of the le gation there ami in lief became Mlnlater, lb- waa appointed Ambas sador by Piefldenl lleon 1 year ago, when OongroM panned a law raining tlie pont at Santiago from a legale n to nn embaaoy. ASKS COLLEGE MEN TO END HYPHENATES Kational Americanication Committee .nit Onr People One I nit. I Tin- Natninal Amei Icamzatioti I'om- wtlttee haa sent to ISO collegea an appeal I tO prepare stud, tits for the task Of I 1 bringing the foreign population of the I 'i'nlted Statin to an understati'llug of; I what citloenahlp here means Ttria work has been undertaken as equally impoc- I taut w ith that of bt)lldlng Rghtlng efilpa I and training lighting njen. on the theory I that In the event ot a war an oeseut .il to auoceoa would be the unity of the whole 1 pie. "Strikes, anil-American leagues under! pe.u'e and ueutralltv banner in our Very j matott" runs the committee statement, I "leave un no doubt of tin- need of dona- lug, iierhapn enforcing, a standard . ' ... tlizensh.p. In thin Immed j ate tank tiie colleges are asked to fur I nigh the leaders and workers Just as they are being called upon to furnish re cruit for our citizen eoldlery. ! "ft w ilt be be g, hard plot f work. It i. We arc iota, lo take DVC years make ue really 'prepared' with respect tu 1 tne navy. Il Will lakoUt east Dial ho g I,, make one nation of -ur many pi. - and tiius to bring about preparedness in American oil Igenahlp, "Such preparedness proouppoooi com mon social ideala, common rogpoot for laws, a common language, common understanding of Industrial conditions, American standards of living every where These are tin detinue tin i;s to I... done in any community : "Find out tiow many foreign bom there are and how many of them are oitlgena or want 10 be; how many speak Knglleh 1 what standards of living pre vail and why. With these fans in hand, It In lime In wage first, an 'Kllg llsh Language Firnt' campaign through the night schlols i second, an America First campaign through naturalisation lasses and through citizens training camps : third, an 'Kfficlency First' cam paign bv promoting I'ltlSenahlp in f. torlor." Momhori of the National Amoiicanlga Hon Committee include Thomas A. ECdfson, lien. Leonard Wood, Clarence H Mackay. P. P Ctaxton, Federal Com mlasloner of education: John Finley. siate Commissioner of Bducatloni tar dlnal Olbbons, John Mitchell, Mrs. Vin cent Astor, Mis K T gtotesbury, Nicholas Murray Itutler, llobert Hacon and Ft.iiik Trumbull SOLDIERS SONS AID DEFENCE. 1 niicd Mllltaey Ur4or ktartdd by nine nti, 1 ftray , A T.HAN v II.- Th, ITnited M I TV ted Ordtr ( Amvrti a ha hr- A Riottf the tir A. Vim Oharivtt K I tftimrnond, kntii k L. Mhvppa rdi iMiri W. St w.ini VVbb ' 1 Till' oltje 'tn Of thf I 1 t'll . : . . f 1 . 1 tanlsara ara Hanry Hamlin. I V man tr.!tii M.tttli'. John I lenry i ami Htm VorN '-it,, oraanla itlon ara lo , untta bond of ft it rnuy and frland I hip" Um dacandanta r t boaa arh ra in t rl "army i mi Of the North ami Si ii. tween the Htnte leflalatlon for the adeojuei te a rmy and am) civilian Hrv lee lUthi dUfini the war and t atlmtllate maintenance of a n na . Tli"- Incorporation t the ordei . it wan nald noma of its K.tt).-y s taa nlf bl largely the work Amlrvw. a s"ii of ll Maeeaonueetta i f bi held at I is honie ot r?ol ilenr) H. e war (loverttor it llrst meetlnf win m Thuraday i ifiit next cui. Andrew aald an oifanlaatlon in which the blue and the fray mlfhl together for national preparedneaa had hum been lacklnft nil expressed the opinion that alien a body nf men ahould have m ire in tin nee in brtnflna about an adequate army and navy than almoei any oihr. WAR COURSE IN HIGH SCHOOLS, Pfflf 14 M illin i fir t ii ilr ii I it. I I'll i ll i n U San PHaNCISCO, tt. "I.- Militui in slnn t ion ih pi i'i "f tin publkl lHwh so-hunl oouraa WAM provided to-day by the Utate BoArd t BtluoAtlon. w c Wood, a member of the boardi H.iifi that tii St. nf boArd le reedy to leeue eertlHoAten tu miiitury I net root or a wiih proper qUAltllciitione, And iiaI they will be daW at Hi- i-.i'Mr rate um other Hpfi iai teAt'here. '' rullm atY,,tr eev t'Titoin hijrh hi)nitii ponipunleH now or are nlaed i i1"'' ! xpected to a.-t ee i etlmulue ti Ihe coin pun tee orrani..iti''n oi' other 1 0 PER MONTH ON PLEDGE 'OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN ItlAKHATTAN. I mirth AVSOOB, SOT 2flb stetieB. gldiMg Vtrset, ear, Rlvtggtog li I even tit Ave., bet, 4iii ami 4inn im lallBgtnlt Ave., cor. 124111 SITSSt, ,.rrnl hlreet, eor. UllOtOg sireut. i,t Tg at., bul, laiiiuslou a il i-hl In ,, inn hi,. DOT. i i u. I .a vet. PHONE TO PARIS AND HONOLULU HEARS IT TOO Conllnitef from Firat Pnje. ; into. In unite of etatle eondltlonn and the Interferenpe of lightning. Mr. t'artv admltlOd that 11 great amount of work munt hi' done before ordinary ponveren t lull between New York and Parla KiOfl- don and other IXiropear capltala la pon I nihle. "It In dnngervnm to predlpt." eald Mr. Cgfty, "I'Pcnuee I have got to make good. 1 1 nhnll do II within rennon, though T I fpel pertain that with gradual improve I nient. we ehall he utile to talk around ' the world. 1 (Irmly believe that It will 1 be jioHftitil to talk New Vork to Toklo. from any phone In 1 I would hate to nay Junt how soon. There U a vast amount of w.jrk still to do, but we are making lery rapid progrene, nnd these are thing! of yearn rather than mouth. "There are many thing.- to be con sidered. The war may Interfere, but I hope It will be over before we are pre pared to send transmitting scin aerone the sen. Yen. Honolulu might talk to Pari by wireless to Ran fYanCtOCO and by wire to Arlington and by wlrelens 10 Parte, We shall get Honolulu to Purls if e get New York to Toklo. The name problems are Involved." rapt. Itullard had not heard the 0on flMiiatory cable news last night when he talked ai Washington to the newspaper men at the telephone building here, but i'i I. Samuel Helier of the signal service made this statement over the wire: "The sue, rueful transatlantic radio telephonic experiments last night, while p '-nennlng great historic Interest as the Hint authentic InetgBOO of the transmis sion of audible speech gcruei the Atiun tlc Oeogn, have less ortehtlflc significance than the recent radio telephonic trans mission from Arlington to Ssn lran ClSCO and Honolulu. "The distance covered Wa much It nn than that from Arlington to Honolulu and the tranotn lesion wa almoet en- tlrely over water, a much easier conli tlon, Had it tint been for war OOndltlon Hie engineers of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company would have talked to Paris from Arlington before the) .lid to San Franclaoo and 11 mo-, lulu - Tin following dee patch wa." received lant night from Theodore N. Vail from il... Motel 1:1 Toyar, Qrand Canyon, Arts. : "Tlie talk from Washington '.b -tnorning. heard both in Paris and Hoiik- I lulu. I but an amplification of the talk' prevlOttaly had bet we, n New York and san riancloco via vYaalUngton, which I I Was heard at Honolulu and many other I Wtrelees etatkma It establishes a a 1 1 fact that, under favorable atmospheric ami electrical condition with proper : equipment which tl gtnoori of the, j American Teloihone a nt Teiegrap 1 , I Company have developed, we will gnie to earry on conversation net ween 1 New York and European potntl an well as to tne the vVes'ern cant Pacific 1 1 near " and piin's HEAR EDISOS 3A00 MILES. . West Oranice i elebentes I'nlks Home I'roni Inveolor Prtaea, Wkt OgAKOg, v .1 . ud II - Bdiaon day the thirty-sixth anniversary of the Invention of the Incandescent lamp by! Thomas Bdleon w.m celebrated si multaneouoly to-nighi in the Bdloon laboratory and ut the Panama-Paolflc Bxpoitlu Mr Bdiaon and bin wife and many notables observed the day in , Hat Krancinco, while thi rest of hla family celebrated it here Th two group-, however, omveeraed over th,- longi distance telephone and ein h treated the I other to musical selections Chief En-1 glnoor John .) Carty of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company Joined 111 tile celebration over the tele phone at 1 'hi. -ago Mr KSdlaon made bin first telephone speech ovei s ll. ti'O mile wire when hi imke I me two hundred friends gathered in ins honor in hm laboratory ! tiach of th. loo listeners wus supplied with a telephone receiver, a magnifier I placed on a receiver in the telephone exhibit at the California fair enable I j Mr Bdiaon to hear, for the inventor ' deafness ban prevented htm from uel"g the telephone to any extent Miller lle.se Hutchison. Mr. Kdisou s chief en gineer and personal representative, greeted him llrst from thl end and ' th.-n suddenly switched on a record of I a diamond disk phonograph, Mr. Mdlson's Invention, which finished the congratti ! latory address. NO ROOM FOR POOR BOY. Mlaleter n i h niei, tr Hdaea flnnal ggtoOMOg PtTTSBORO, Oct, L'l The pon, l,oy doss ti"i nave an qua opportunity with ih.. nu nf wealthy parents in obtaining a professional education, aocordlng t. tie- Kev Hansen ii. Conwell, president nf Temple ITnlverslty, Philadelphia, He told the ynuppr people's union "f the Pennsylvania Baptist convention tu n. s slon her., that an aristocracy of tdu estion ru,w rsista oiuK largely t.i the endowment system by which American culleges are malntalnod, "Tin whole system has come armut through endowing our universities and colleges by tin- rich und tnoy naturally dictate the policies mid standards set by the Stuie board," the Itev. Mr. Con well nald. "Nowadays it dooon'i depend mi what you know it in how rich yull ure." BOY, 11. BEATS WOMAN. lllilll'l'tt ll4llla'tM'r JfTolj 1 (nif II tiltl tip. iii ut lift 1 1 1 pai ii fVw pan ii h u camly Pnuik i .!', 1 1. ot llfi 136th itfMti Atld two other n ! About thf MAine ago, held up Mm KoscbAi I0i who runs a grocer) 'at 8H Kn 1 15th Hirrct. lust i' The Daly boy wu armed with o bu) I. UN I M Of Cells tot? eulnffi llnc- end nuoe of tee pUm's of lead t 4 t at tached to a wlrr M- It nick .Mi's KoMiha with thin. injtirliiK her BO h- verely that ehe is in Mncoln Hoepltal Thr 1 aly boy Baked for a CAU "f corn on p sin if behind Mrs Koecha Ae elie turned to ejel i' he leaped on the counter ami Hemni ti" eluneTehnt ,i" t'' back of her head. Although onlj half conecloue( M re. Koeche ecreameil nnd ; frappled with the boy two otner younnsii ih ruened m and ma4e for the caeh drawer( The woman'e ecreante brought paeeereh Into the Rtore and Ihey yelled until Policeman Nihil) run in. Tin- two Aocompllcee eecaped al ih flret sikii rf trouble, bul Daly wan unable to gel j way f rom iuh iotlm lie wus te ken to the Walton avenue el at Ion i where he refueed t tell who his uompanlonH wrr SOCIETY OF NEW YORK BRONX. .Cnnrtlanrlt A., eor 14 Hth Htrt- Hllllllkl I S rnillh Nt,, eor. l,lvinaUin -it. .rahain Avenue, eor. llntMivuian s It M Ii li Avenue, eor, liiakaway Av fSR Cat NT, fllAUUKinVF i.OA.NH UlCt'AlU WITHIN TWO WElCKri UtOM UAT MELLEN JOLTS CASE OF U.S. AS A WITNESS fnnftriaeif from Ffrnt Vnijr aervlce? A. Tlie nhorn line aomlco waa Improved by that route. Addi tional service wan given to the public by the route an the renult of the Inane of the New York, Providence and Pain ton line. J. Were there eny additional tralne put on? A. 1 think there were. These annwern did not dlnpliune the defence bepHiim the nlinorptlon of the New York. Providence and Honton back In the yearn when Mr. Itoekefeller. the only one of tin- now .1, feudanin on trial. wan a director. Is a lag part of the ehargen airalnnt them all. I Mellen Ha paled. Ngtfctor, Mr. Swacker then turned to the nub : led of Hi- New laigland at a time I when Mr. Mellen liecaine Its general manager and there were revelations of the righting ah, lit . s of the general man ager In the next series of answers. Mr. Mellen said that after the lease had heen perfivted there was an attempt to shorten the running time between New York and lloston over the line by way I of Kpringfleld and over the shore line, leaving the New England route out. He ! said that as soon a be heard about It he went down to New Haven to see Charles P. Clark, president of the road, and Lucius Tuttle, vice-president. I "I pi rsuaded them not to do it.'' said the witness after objections to the overruled. Mr. Mellen W 11 long argument on testimony had been finally anked what argument ho 11-. !. "I told Mr Clark." be replied, "that ' I had Prepared .1 train from lloston to Aliens point 10 connect wMtn the steantor Ci of IVoroooter from Alien Point to New York ami I hud the notices In my scket nil read to go Into the Hi.si-.n evening paper ai rac ing that th. fare between BoetOfl and New York would be one dollar." There was more argument, but finally Mr. Mellen Wg allowed to nay What the old preatdeni of the New Haven had to nay to that. "Mr. Clark looked at my paper and wanted to know If It was 'h nt Injun' and I told him it was, that I hoped he would roconaldei H" s.,m he would line to go to New York and he said: Tuttle, tlx this up w ill Mi Mellon' and he tlxed it up with 'Mr. Mellen.' Th. fare between New Tork and Itontiii then by rail was 15. A little later win; the loemment attempted to g. I into evldenoi a letter win ten by dent of the Mr. Melli i'.iper foun the' origin drew it. The 11 ,v. I'bHllen I 'arsons, then presl- New England, to Mr. Mellen, himself on looking at the i thai It wa only a copy of and tiie Oovcrnroent with- nenl appeared to he jump ing arounld from one point to another, closely followed by the lawyers for ih defence Mr. Mellen was asked about I the time he became second Vtce-prOSl-j ilent of too Now Haven in November, llltf. He wus employed by Mr. ri.uk, i h said, aid was appointed traffic in ana I ger at the "tart. Q Did you iiave anything to do in I that respect at the start" A Not enough so I could 11 member It. H Did you hae any conversation with Mr. Clark about It? A. I did. I complained that 1 was apparently do- Itlg 11 .thing. 1 did not see how I was earning my salary. He told me 1 ought to he prett) well satisfied to he able to draw my salary y Did he say anything concerning the reason for employing you? a. ii. said 1 had made loo moon 'fa IIU - .le e of myself on the New I'lng lund That brought a laugh, the jurora seeming to enjoy :t along w ith the law yer ami clefondanto. The Baaeataalo laawrgfloa, Tu. Houaatonlc absorption earn up then und ggali Mr Mellen seemed noi altogether :. natisfy the Government, j H. nnd there sras a traffic ararnge- merit between the l"r aim new I England and the H u (atonic railroad latltedHting liln I'.ituiectlon with the f..r- i titer rood. It related to New York lml- 1 nenn and there was a through pssssnger I train liotwoen Booton and Brooklyn by j way of 11 ferry t OyatOr Ba) and over I fe Long Inland H ull. .ad The Witt SOO nald he ti led to Set rid I lot tiun paaoenger arrangement as soon I he went with the New Bngland. He I I complained of il t" Mr, Parsons, the I preoldent, "it was absolutely uopro 1 I ductlve," he teotlfled, "it had a nulaancel lvalue, thai i ail. it a a" awfully l eapei slve thing." 1 -Hut ,t afforded them an Independent I tne to New York rltyt" questioned Mr. VI -li ner lu.j". i ,,,y . "To Brooklyn." was the drj reply, hut it carried perhaps oi r taxi pao Sanger a day." AS to tne freight line Wllloh raine Into New' i.rh over tne n-.atn m t ie i , w Bngland Terminal ompany frvni ; tVllaon'a Point, Mr Mellen said it waa ' ail rlahl for such business an tiiey could n. nd that way. "But there was ii large business wi u h would net no that way," he added. The Houaatonlc aa noqutred by the . w Haven in ibe summer of IIM and si orii afterward the New Bngland Ti r minui Company wun discontinued, What wan the renult id tl perti- tion of the terminal company?" anked Mr. Bwacker. Dlsggtrous," was the gnawer. Mr Molten added tn.it the egpeiMOS had heen shared b) the n, w Bngland and FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT COMPANY OF MARYLAND Formerly at 2 Rector Street is now located in its new quarters on the 19th Floor of the EQUITABLE BUILDING 120 Broadway Capital $3,000,090 Resources $12,000,000 A GOOD COMBINATION A good rato of Intoroat , tog other with our "Safety Limit," makaa our Guaranteed Mort gage the afet and bet farm of Inveatment. Buy our 5 GUARANTEED MORTGAGES LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. KURD. PraslOewt CaplUI.Surplu Pr $9,000,000 S Uherty It.lt. T. IM Mont Mm St.,BXa. the llotisstotdc, which owned It. "it was a Dretty expensive luxury to have In the family," commented the witness. Mr. Mellen was not clear In the way In which the terminal company had wound up Its career, but It was ad mitted finally that the corporation had been closed by foreclosure. Then came the Connecticut Itlvcr railroad question. Mr. Mellen said the New Haven had It under a lease for a week When the Hon ton and Maine got II away from them. After Mr. Swacker had intPOdllOed MRM minutes of the old New Haven tioard court adjourned for the day. HADLEY FOR MILITARY TRAINING AT COLLEGES HOPS Not HpHcVP. ROWOV tit Tfctt the Instruction BhoalfJ Hp Compulsory. Vrw iimv Com, . Oct II - Pn ni'hT' Arthur T. Hadley or Yale In his annual report made public to-day egpreagea himself strongly in favor of military In- rtructton In unlveroltlca and oollegee. al- though he dOe not bell.V'c It BtlOllld be tion an omolal declaration of policy." h. s.,ys in part: it ban been propoged U oupplement I!,.- vacation work done In camps by , v.n. organlged military instruction ,,t Y.... Itself. The War I iipai tment I ready 1.. urnieti otllcers who will give eiu- d. n who have attended the summer 1.. nips or who propose to attend eum mof camps I net ruction in military science and organise a systi in of lec lure- and of tactl. il walks. A curse, of this kind lias already la-en introduced at Princeton, and although 1: Is too eooll to Judge It results the experiment 11 regarded n a promising one. "Man) officers and students have x-l preaoed fh dealre that instruction at j wo summer campSi suppiemenieu oi tuch colli s .11 military BCiSDC as may ne given during the winter, should be recognised a- fulfilling part of the re- uulremenl toward a degree. 'Tin r. in another proposal which go 1 h further. Many of the graduates of Y'ale Wish lo s' e military drill made; part of the course Itself. Trey would require it of all who art phyolcally cape Me siid h. as not in sympathy with last proposal and continued: Taking all llieKe considerations t"- gether. I r. gard th - student military ramp as one of the moot valuable moans of safeguarding! the peace of the coun - try which we have at our command ami I believe that official recognition of these innrpn by out colleges Inetead of leading to inllliai lni will lay thi baetg for a foreimi policy to which, in Webster words, we may ows anfet) ai home, dignity and oonoide ration abroad.' "I aokitlK at the who!e nituat .ui fairly. I bievo that it in not only Juetlnabli ot s iut dootrabls to glv crodli to our stu dents lor work ih. ne in t ie summi r onj.e. ant i ooperate vvltti In. .illu in every wa)- in supplementing such vn.rk by subsequent study here at Vale under the direction of officers or tie War Department." POST, SAY PRISONER IS G. W. iHki-n lulu I iinlod on n o, rum leaned ' '"" A iiiati giving hla name an ll. lie IU II Herbert of th,. Hotel Florence wm a -rented last nlglil at Seventh avenu ami F ifty-flfth ntree: by Detectives ilegan and Daly ami Meut. McConville oi the Central Office on a bench w arrant innued against W. Pool in 1(01 on a charge of grand larceny, Th.- platpant i- Loul Krank, a hop dealer w.th offices in the Produce Exchange Building, who Huyn that Herbert swindled no out nf 14,000. Becords at Headquarter shua, a.--ourdlng to the police, that the prisoner iian served tin -'arn in th, Clinton prioon, having been sentenced in 1.- ;it Albany, und three years In ti e federal prison at Atlanta. He w.m sentenced ere and lined ill.' hj Judge Holt in the United States District Court in IU1S. The detective arrested the name man a few days as" on description fuinldied by William O'Hi II) of Toronto, who v,in swindled out of M7.u"i In a wiretapping game hint summer, hut he wan din- charged by Magistrate Houm in the W'esl Slda oourl EDWIN HENRY JOSEPH CROWD JAMS HALL TO HEAR DR.NEARING 1 Brooklyn Aeattomy Packed nn Hp Arffiips for Sticiiilism i With Dii veil port. roi lf CORNERED DEBATE 1'r. Sett Nearlng. the young professor ) of economics who went around to his j ofllee In the I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania one morning and found that his chair wasn't (Ml he had left It the nigh' before, debated nharply lant night In the Brooklyn Academy of KlgtfC on the QUO' Hon, "Itenolved, that Socialism Ought to ! Prevail In the United States." With MOT- ; rl Hlllipilt. Pr. Nearlng took the I ! affirmative and comhatted the arguments of the Itev. Father John I,. Helford and Prof. Frederick M. liavenporl. who wan once 11 leader of the Progressive parly and Its candidate for Governor. Bvery seat .f the 1,114 in the Academy of IfUBlc was OOQUpled and hundreds of Pomona stood. The audience, Fattier gmjally divided in Its sympathies. M gp- peured. enjoyed tlie debate. If either side earned a decision, It was the aide of 1 I socialism At all events, the speakern I I fur socialism received longer and more I demonstrative applause thun was evoked j 1 by the advocates of Individualism. SiarU In Baffle fit Wit. ''"" eneaker wan allotted imeen minutes for the presentation of hi argu- rnenta and ten mlnutaa auboequontly for rebuttal .f hi oiiisment statements, Oonernlly siwaking. the ,ieba;e was 'rri'-'1 ' lTf"''t "' hlw,r. al- tiiougu me Bameeinee 01 me rour and their sharp wit OOQeglOBgHy struck off etiarkn. Pr. Nearlng and Prof. Haven- IKI! t il -Tl?re.,l HatU ivot. ,.eniiiir H,m recent nctlvltl of John D. Kockefeller, jr., Pruf Davenport praising Mr. Rocke- feller foi the spirit and activity he dis- P'ajed ,11 Ins Colorado investigation, decllnine; to give any atich 1 tribute. ' "r. Net, ring wan fir-1 on tin- platform ami was ,.,.,t carefully scrutinised the man) persons who had read of Ids controversy with the trustees of the I'nivemity of Pennsylvania. They ob served thai h' wan a well set up young lllan. of oiii. U :m it n.i-v,,iiu ... ,hl(, h, m ,lond of complexion, with thin, very light brown hair, light blue ',. mai nonuumen nrooiie.l. sometime gleamed with earneetnesa; that he spok With a big vol,-,, ami with many ges tures, the principal trick of which was to .slap hlmat If resoundingly upon the leg, ii.- began with the statement that lie believed that whatever In human activities 'an be boot left to the In dividual should be accomplished by the Individual, and thai whatever In bent left 10 the community for the gomi of all should be attended to by the com- munlt) This. ii,. contended, was es pecially true in the years when the nation was young, and there were op portunities for .voting men to go out and take their acres of timber, or uf t irm land or of mining land. it circuinstai s. he said, have so 1 , lunged, the natural resources have s , fallen int th,. hands of the few that revlsnl of the industrial system is 1 utterly necoaoarj in order thai aa oligarchy of wealth may not continue to expioit the labor of their bsn fortunate fellow el. sen. An an example of what i, referred to he Instanced 'he control 1 ,,f Pennsylvania anthracite tracts bv let. PennsIvanl:i mal earr.:u; loalioad "who laugh at the Constitution." The erhoh problem, h nnal, aag beet to i.. ,t, t.u ''rookeries and lonemonts ,v Yuri,, your own dirty dooryard." rutin r Helford's Beply, Kathet Belford maintained that social i-in i t .. entirely materlaliatio to in worthy of followero, that Improvement t and refoiin mut come from the heart Hid n,.ul of lean, from hli growth ill the teri.n lit,-, rather than from any pro pa 'and.i deull u with sheer materialism lie :.'.,!. ted n... i.i.inin I" I'OUOe, ag he said, t pr. io oed against private ownership, which on nlf fur man's Independence and gelfreopoct, Mi Hlllqult, tnont loudly applauded of thi foui debaters, argued that nine,. democrac) w.,n merely il gpreasion ..i oui rommon right to administer our in affairs socialism, which m-ik. to give men i:;l greater llbort) of action it. matters most essential to their well helnit, would he the greuti'nl t-Xprt'klol. ot demo, raci . lrof. Davenport replied that he w. Pin ned tO BOvlUllam because It tended io destroy political Independence such Independence of tii,.uir ,i nd action an wan acquired by the dlgnll) and pride und responsibility of Individual, private uanershlp it wmk here thai he said of John i Rockefeller, Jt : "Tiie spirit he showed lant month in Colorado has fJr mors of the promise of American life in n than ail of tin. muff oie.it struggle and mule that so- delist preach, in rebuttal argumei t th four had lie light all over again, to the high delight i if the audience, ,: the end there was loud applause for th,. chum plans of sacti nide. and " ibody will ever knOW who Won. WARFIELD. President B. I LATT ,, , A. F LYNN cc rcscn,s Frosty Weather Means PLANT NOW 1 heee Permanent HARDY HI IM and Plants for Spring and Early Summer HO Darwin Tulip-. ei pa Ifl spare ic kind- fioi 30 foliage Tallp,g d in newest kind- t- uu 7 Tullpn. stngleft iu ami double el.UU i poaalosidistim i va liright rolont -.UU g Bardf Phlm, H 1 lnd lr 0 fierman Irln, II irt, )r Ml allow- prepai,! thi: wfloi.r. paKrin $8.00 ma t omplete tll'iinn t 'glgloggl rar.r. Harelay, t or. t'bureb HI, NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS tUVNU MUM tMi ii,,i NT. KAVL'g Hi IlltOI, ll,.t In. i.,i, m I'ltv. I. mar t ,n W AI.TKU It M A It n'll , Houlnikntif R4K'AKI M IIIMII. I "It Ilills l ieldnon. ,. gaSdgt 11 . reitMl U du . Including sat' gttuly bom TsnnH fXwrta. AthietiiHeid. Rlnd'g to t 'nlles, IIIMM. MIIIMII. I,. II mi A W. Mth st. Tel isni Nrhuyler Boy from to 2o All Department. No I, n,,,e nludy for luiin unilei It lr. KH ll ir s M IIIMII. r,u mils 3 1 0-as 3 west and Ave Tel t'ol i The l.Mh yenr ln.gtn ttctobei t i-n . Out di Mir exert'tnea I .10 to I all nu HAMIt.TON INN I li t II I lilt lllll s SUM Wi Knd Ave Tel r.Mi.' ,,, I III. III. K I'll I P Ut V I HIS Mth rear BcgUM s. ,t Hit ti HI I hi I I M IIIMtl. I nil lltns. 000 Madlon tve., near Sild i l;. . .jii. M.iniin) . I let ltd M l'l I'll s IIM I IS A t l til. Till. HltllM N M IIIMII. or I I I IIIIIM, 211 West 7 Mil St. Tel. l'l, I nv. TWO yearn work In one AhNolutely rialy one at a time with a teacher 111 I twill Ml SMIIII SI , nil lteieit in i. ,1,, i I at ill Kal mull Streel Atlertl.n.ll UPf I Won. Till', k on i i m iioiii inn nuts Blvgrdal onHudeon. ;t,i" Klnsniiriii eountry oaj and boartlln - i, , I , y ieer boy. BAKBV J hl nf.l rtn 1 1 1 I I It M IIIMII 4.0-&I gaat 011 Ntreet Ite-opi-n.i Sept. 2ih lrtnirt net lib. iiymnaniunt nd Outing i la--- Ol.ltl.lt I I. MIIIMII. I III! gOVg, 211-211 tt tf(h streel t I idlese Preiar,it,,ri gcheel w lib Ml rung lrlinar 1.1 I.Milr ri.lt I.IKI s AND ti.l M, Wiitus THf. II t US 4 III! MIIIMII loll I. litis Kindergarten tot'ollege fJrdute In Ii at. ii; (lolwfM Qymnawum nn Tenn), , . al.iinie 121 ilil MHth Street ii t ns tun m ikmii. in inn si um n AltTs. 22i. w Tilth si Tra'nlii I inekvr Deerokirut, dtwtcnlni ner cookttia, MOOOUnUk Tel '.".'." Srhiijl lit Mil l lis, INHTITI'TB ion i mis 001 n si , Hlvenririr Hrtve. Tel Win Hh (loUeee t'erttncalui l.Mnii,' . , Ber liar A gpHclal toure. Larsi ftyi in: LAM i: M HOOL t'oM i.liiis te.l laid Ale A USth si Tel 112!' II Kill, Ii mart. n. Klein, in ar . High n ,, aildl'ull.tfe ('rep. Hoy K li'lllt'l i ., I -. I III II It 1 1 W S SI IIIMII l I, it, ilia went r Hh .,, i IIDee 2ii w 7 -.tli si Tel I T veer in on Abealutei I , mt i nsnn m mini . S7U tt.,t Km) tv . e .i .i 1 SI Kindergarten. Klenionlary, High i. l'l liege Prepai.tt lull ''t 'i(,i no i ii si i 11 UK tl. I I I I I III. SI 1111,11 Central Part. Weal und Hist) ihti i i it From K iiiilergurteu to I'tillen, AthkHtk rata open Air l I Ills III ill I 111,1 a tlifcutll.t A M Mill It t I I S OS lillHIl I III SI IIOIII .1 OI I I 1 .1 t S II I I Ml' III III tl . t s s S I I I I INMTHI i I los. IUK I.IKI S AS II tot SI. WOMEN, vrw YoKk lilt. s, Vnrt GARDNEK SCHOOL 01 I II I II t LSI I. Day snd boaroias ".tieu. iui girl .iti veui i , beglne u.-i ttb i on not s ash tins,, ii i NBW oith s.-,, tell, i n Su..e la rgnt ,n1' eiaiuln.. ; lain g janiul-.-. . lert teeberi ' sou Ii "111-; tlKorK-CLAIlK n , Tel. it! ... .I.iii. il II tSf ISO. MW VoliK lilt. sr fork. ,-LOUISH.CHALIF- U NS.I Prrkonaliv Ifarhrf interprrtivr. fittwtk racial, ballroom Ham ing Adlltrurt pn i tale clftfMf 9 roune foi Irtchrri ( alalofr. 7 Wrsl ld V N , QKfiHdK W4I.I Modernf in. i am. ii Hi r-t t mi Hull lot el Niith ki t leM himi orh en i mt em lot i-r iinKCi v n -1 1 nn ii rr tu' It'll et Sll AAi NVitr ;. I'i Iv n I leM lllitru ' - " k r ! - i. i ! lnterprilv . 1 V Itll 1 1 ' ii' 1 'hi' ! rn Telephone ' ( III v i VOKK MITIKTI II I MtR III I I l I II I U lilt. Private Schools um. au.t UlaliilUllil u.o.-t I'llic'.ci.l tiUUCUll buroait This complotg 1 1 rvii aut-ulutuiy lieu 01 tlltutri. you Accurate nnrl unl la inforination ki' en to inauirorg. ThU service will prov ef vgtuablg gssistanco h iectiiiR the proper i for placing your boy oi In writing Rive niiti . detail so that intelli.n rJtal ran lie nlvrti SCHOOL-COLLti, and CAMP BUR V iU U4IIIII . Wot 1 -Jt m