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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915.
V HI ARIZONA ASKS U. S. TO PROTECT LIVES FROM VILLA SHOT Fran Firing Across Honltr When Northern Under At tucks AgM I'rictH. FI Nston TOLD TO ACTl APPEAL TO CABRANZA I WaSHINOTOH, I", i M The ltilllon . . nt i i i Iz , "hio), I line Hen, u ni ; an Impending attack. tgJOfl the Mexican tnn i.r Ague Prteta, lust ,h0 border, is regarded ti.-i.iy by officials here H .srrloue. The two town are prai-tictMy i tie. Villa ii reported nh m Hi - I aai men hi main ! row ii wnii ii ioi -fi.i Command, which ha is moving westward from Chihuahua, I'arratus Is mount aayaral thou W n1 tr-iups to reenforce the garrison at Agua I'rleta. and a pitched battle for poaaeealon of the town Is feared In Hist event there la danger thot Ihn liihiiltanls of lajuglaa wlU be etlhjooted to a deiidly tire from the at lacking force The danger was Wrought to the atten tion of Administration om.-l.iln to-day by Senator .Vshurst ol Art son a, who railed on Counsellor Polk of the State lepnrt ment. ami also OH Secretary of War Harrison He Informed these ottli isls that 1 lunulas was already tilling up with reTimeis Booing from Amia Prleta and points ntith. and tha: the araveal Hlarm was felt at Uouglus He aaked that ihe t iovrrnirent tuko all necessary I measure, I,, p.-uiici the llvrs and prop rty of the people of Uouflae. W IUn let Infurmrd Th Swiatm wan augured tha: the Ad- mlnirttratit'n would do ull wttirin Hm k)wit. S'V-tr' ' larrisnn i1l'Ufsl ; the vltlUUlOII With the tTMMMl1 durlnn j the day ami rave htm an arcnunt of thf fla nr'i m confront I rial thr renldentu of Lfoiiftl. Ah a iruit tif rhew c-'ufer- i MOM the Ht.tte I tpart merit t making' reprefM-ntarinnF t UftlTtUlM in thr hojH- I that In1 mfl y LMHIfl ittCtl rdei to Jen ' Jaliei. hig eotnmtindgr at Apim PrtotA, ' tht- iMnnt'ra f the alt- iiatioii i nit. . fiei tiiHt '.i rmntn 1 nfKH for cal w-h.it Hi. d S.aten hi done t him ri.einK and tha toe occasion fur-1 nishei 1 nod opportunity for the First 1 Cblal to reclproi-ate' I Tlie driMM Karrieon at AflVO Pneta ' is wti.ill. hut ta th. , tit tu he aug-Tnenttvl by fort-en Which CttrrtnMi with the por mln.ion of the Utlltdd States ovt?rn ment. is ITnnnforrlflg to A sua (h.eta via Ame-U in ttffitory ThiM force i.i wait! to number 1,000 men. but rei-ortn from the bordor otntg that oitiy 2,500 gof. diera ate bolni f.'tit. They are entering the I'tiitetl Si,i:e- at I-arndo an i pnncaed ln by rail to louglaj and Agua I'neta WntUlnr porntiMlon vrao given to Ma de 10 when he argg Prooldoni "f Moxleo nnd attempting ui uuell b 'idr rtvolu- ; tlOIUtrloO. It :k bo pod b) oMcttUl here ' that ClItinM'a foroo at Agua HrtotA cau be ?n dtMPttontod a to dotor Villa from, making an RttftCk rannton Totuj to let, The W'a r I t,-pa t tmnnt has Informed Gen. KuriMtnn. roinm..i ding on the bor- det-. that hfl is at liberty to Hv-ml nurh j troopa to Dotlfflng M he may dee n I net'esaary to r-afegujud the liven of the ; people of thf towti (Jen pSinOtOII UkM under his command ab.ut !i 0,000 man Th. War Depnrtment will furntah him pjddltlonnl irooim if ihoy an- needed So f ir no report ha lnen r.' Ued here from the ii tiei al as to w hat he lotendg to do. hut officials are confident 'hat ht win tftki .ill stepn neceeMryi There is no intention to u-te force upon the Mexlrnna at Oouglaa or Agua frlete unleaa thing nrron the bordet 1 oeeurs end gorlouoly ntetutcei the gnfet) of the reeldonta of rougla.s. OtTlctalg here ait confident! howover that Amerl c. 'i nubile opinion will support oven the moel drast i.' menatiren, if guch gra net' Bag gr) to pul stop to an Hrlng ftcroeg the bordt t . A'-. oniing tu i t porta front 1 Kmrtag, Cen Cettei b is .pi reiirheil hia fortea a Agua Prletu but has taken position go nra 1 tin- Intel nation) bounder) a" to moke Arlnej niTogg the line inevitable if there i ' at 1 o k ir is expected that if the VMIla grmy - '-i.t t ndvanoog upon Agua Prlotg notice will he served on both eommundera that thero murt be n firing gcrogfl 'be line under any clr t umstam t s Dnofflotal report were reoelvod here to-day to the affect that Austria-Hungary has recoeilged the t'arranza Cuv emment. lteiognltlon of x'arranza bv ait the European tiovornmento is ex pected by tin- Htute Department within a short lime. I ( hnrii. Muhloe to Keturn. riiargo Hohler of the Ihitih Kega tton in Mexico fit . w ho hae boon In Washington aome 1 Ime, expecte 10 lejavo for in 1 in a few dayg. There la no tloiiii; u the recogjnltloii of t'ar ranxa by tin Urltlah Oo vera men m Aooordlng in the iarrangg Oovern ntent in statements i -i-u. d th: otigii Ua ng ncy he 1 e cotullttoiiM in Mexico a re rapidly Improving it atated that (arrHiiga ROW uontrolg .ill of the na tional rallwas with the exception 01 the geetlon from Jlmlneg to Jug rag LuIh itiba, rep re aentlng ihe National Railway. Jias left Mexico !tv for New York to attend ;i meeting of the dJ recto re to he held there noon, It is underatood the t'arranga 1 iovernmen' contt mpl Itefl retaining ii" majority gtock f the tinea, Hen Oarransa. wbo now on a tour of Ine poet ton In' northern Mexico, i-- ex pected to arrive in Mexico city the nrgi Week in November end 10 establish hlin- eeif there permanently. ALL SMLrLTERS CLOSE I). Vina galeae ike a meeleg Pig g t 1 a tin nea. I.h.i In Opera! I11.1. Ki. I'amo. ( lei L'tl I formal ion ivan received rrom Honora to-day t u ihe e'tieiter and inii i'H nf ths t?ana so ('op pei Oumpafty were f reed to oloas down Werauae 4f I o k of fuel allil lllteirup tlun to railroad movement,. Thin ia tlie aal A men. -an i-ompany operatli K In Villa territory' l-l '1'iare. Mom em mi ani otbor Ctnerlcan concerna in leonora aers foroed to shul down some time hk and ail industries 'in CMhuohua are; cloaed. Kaiulitn an- reiairieil an loot" iiir t'aranea. OfftolaUi of the Amerloan Bmelttni and iteftnii a Company here t --day oou Hrmed reports thai Villa tolled their smelter ami mlnea near ChlhUAlttin. Report! later were received of the. I preadlni of Villa's forces oyer central I ;i. ra from Chlhualtua.. There in (treat apprehension at OoUflaS, Ariz., lee Villa attaek Ague Prleta, opposlta ihotl itt. L'ltlaens ami officials at Huunlua . 1 1 . 1 messages to vVaahlne f -1 aval. us t' protection In ihe evoM ! i . lie! le between Villa anil I'arraisa, in-. ,.i Aaus Hrlata. n 1 1 'o-ci.ii formally ii : io:,m of chVintltMl I Iglllii 1 1 i i , .; iiut I, s niioii all tuff I i.; i i Vilw lerrlti r . i idlnia at a I nt KUOdS expol li i ii in vi!i., lerrU ri ami I ne I !,. I st.ite.- , m h i" rtiili ekuinimaiiuu ii' ihoae persona w'rsi have had gmotls eon Macs teil I from them A. A. Hhelton. hii American cattle man, won addgd to-iliiy to the list W ! ' nigging Americans In Mexico. HW I father, M. U Hhelton Of Haii Ueronlmo. Aril , a here t' -flay on route to ICagl - ' rut where he will nleavn to rewn i glgngg. where he last heanl from his ,ti Heitcmber M. I .Itunw I'arker. u.ither HI nsse '"' man. who illsiippeai el legl eseee at 'asaa rlfi WleS, w.iere he harl taken OXIfl aldeiahle money with which to liuy cat tle, ha lot heen heard from. I'nrraiiia will try to buy iff Villa ar.tl hM reyolution. It wan learne.1 to-day from IMaTgOUg In the Klrst Chief I c.n.fl denie. 1'atTanr.a eras aald to feel that the etvl gtgg worthy of any mean in re atore coiniilcte peace In Mexico. Villa will he offered It 10,004 t Icaye Mexico Inirmsllntely .Special Stale lie- ' iiuritiieit earn! CurntliiTn i sum in h ukmg me offer t viita. m addition Villa will Ret ami taty and later w in I he permitted lo reside In Mexico. A I poult Ion In the army may eyen he of- i feted. ! t , ..... . . niimiiio ma ami the I thera iooiiti nie revolt also will he olTcreil a llheial sum to quit Mexico It was' aaiil that the rarratisa Ooverrnient la Willing to MHnd ll.OOd.ilflli in thin way , VILLA SEIZES SMELTER. Will Ran tnirrlrsn om pa n ' Property to ( hlkoahua. The reports that one of the smelters I Of the American Smelting and Keflnlng I i otnpanv at thlhu ihua. Mexico, had Ocioi s.'lxi.,) liv Iho Villa lr,.t.. ...a. ....... I . ..Jj... ... . .. ram roweaai hi ine non es or I ne i company. It was said by a renreeenta- 1 live that the aeiiure, however, did not imply cnnnacatlon. The Villa faction for some time have been ende ivorlng lo persuade Ihe Ameri can limiting and Kellning Company to tart up otic or more of their several smelters at Chihuahua In order that Villa might be able to extract silver from a large ijuantlty of silver and bad ore which he has conflscated from vari ous mining properties In Mexico. The company refused to do this, as its engineers and experts have left Mexico. As Villa was unable to force the American Smeltinu- and Id'llnlng I'om- i puny to smelt his stolen ore for him he has now taken possession of one of I their smelters and Is endeavoring to do j the work hlitttlf No further representations will he made to Washington by the company other than those which have already boon laid before the State DaramoWf as It la believed that ttrn mxa troo.s will arrive thfre nhortly BANDITS Have army. Fully rgfaUrd MnlrauN h tu l.llirrnte" let a. The Itts Rnon NHvii.i.r. To ICMI bnndltg Who have btn raiding T-xtiM terriiory ror pnnm inoninr mniii reularly oraanlxed "army ' of over 500 n1""- ,"vldr(' IfltO OOmpajllM Of forty ' Mxl mh' -cordlnic to Information lurnisnen ooniei .uuwi i ir ivim;. Their object la to secure liberty and inde- pendence for .MexicaiiB In lexas ltoii- herv and looting are of gag ondary im portance. This Information t ame through an al leged eonfeaaion of 'heno Klorer. who was arretted in oouneetlon with last .Monday night h train wreck and holdup near Olmtto. Kloren Implicated several others, many of them prominent Mex- leana J00 PRISONERS FREED. I.ilieenleil aa lll.loelc Mexico ill. Jail la lorn llnna. faarlol ' , fittjmltk I" Tin . atOXICO ClTTi I 'I't. - By order of the MlnlotOI of toe Interioi the autnor -tita bejfan to-day t" ib-mollHh the hir tortc Belem prlaon. noted for :t un Mtnltary oondttlonoi rarnovlnc the priaoneia to the "Moral Dlotrlot pool teiiu.iiy. a modem itrurturo. A hew Jail wi'l he built eaM of here on Ihe pla.iiM llalhiii-na. Tito autborttita tlba rated about too po litical prloonorOi aome iuoita conllnod for montluk The charge axalnoi thorn were 1 10 llchl t" warrant their detention T 11 Karedlah Mlnlotor vlaltad the tot' e!Bn Office UHdaV)', Itxtlng that Me war advised thai Sweden Ind recognised far ranaa. He jaid he wan authorised to present his credentials aa Minister VAN NORDEN'S WIFE PAYS HIS CLUB DUES Kx-ltmikcr Shvs in SiiipU mentAry Proeoedbiffi 8h Is His Hole Support. Warner M. Van Norden, who waa pieaidenl of the defunct Nineteenth Ward Hank ami Van Norden Truai Com pany! and Who in Peine: aued for $1.-1 lOO.IOS by Ihe eetate of lii father. WUroer Van Norden, testified in suppls. t mental y prooeedlntjS yesterday that he owiiB no property and that his wife trie lieen stipportlnS him for yearfi. Van Norden, who vvaa teHtifyina aa to, his ahlllt to pay a Judgtnenl fr 124 -TTn ohtainert by lie Mercantile National Hank, said that ainee !! lie has lived Without pVtying rent at tlie linme of his falliei -in-law. James Talcott, dry Koods merchant, at 7 eat Clfty-seventh street. He has an adopted child He is secre- tar) oi tin Lotos 'lea Concern at irlfty. seventh street ami la'xinaton avsnuti bul lets ii" salary, he said, und owns no stoek in the lea eompaliy. Van Nprden said lie aoi no pay as president uf the Nineteenth Ward Hank and the Van Norden Trust Company, and that he lias htld no hank aoCOUtlt since I"1' "i am a member of the Metropolitan, till New Vork VacM, the Kidins and tlie Clover Valley Hod and Quit eliiha," Van Norden said. "My Wife pays my dues. i have no monthly house iiiisnejaa hut if there were any, my wife would pay them My wife gives me spending money, 1 do not have to pay any living expenses and contract no hills " Van Norden said lie turned over all Ilia property lo ni father in 1in7. and also gave him 1150,000 life Insurance, to aid ;:i pa oik off obligations, saxony Streiith LWliiiySei You tan travel 5,000 miles in a New Series Saxon Roadster on $20 worth of gasoline. 30 miles per gallon of gasoline is the Saxon average everywhere. This Roadster is the most economical means of indi vidual transportation in the world. Sason Six" Touring $785 With Limousine Top 935 Sason "Six" Roadster 786 Saxon Motor Co. of New York 251 W. 57th St. Phone Col. 7811 Brooklyn Agency, 1270 Bedford Avenue SUFFS' LIVE COMBAT ANT I POSTERS Will Travel Two Days in Subway Seated Under Printed Signs, and Bear in Their Laps Boards With Answer. HufTt'iieisls ha e la-en cha i bCtOtitOd by the npiioaitlon as women who prefer lapdogs to i-hlldicn. hut IgpbOgfdl arc what the MifYniaiM are nolo to entry the last strenuous days of I hi' campaiKii At a meeting of the eleventh hour com. mlttee of Ihe Umpire State Campaign COIMBlttOt at the home of Mis Ogdafl Mllla Held. r.:i West Fifty-thlid street, yesterday Mrs. Norman Kelt. Wnite houae called for volunteeis to ride In the subway, sitting dlrmily under the a nt I 1 aids, which have recently been put up declaring that "itvn than la tier cent, of the women want the vote." and carry on l heir laps boards refuting tills statement MrB Joh" Btalr' ho lRwl ,'"n' " the first to aay "I'll go.' Smile of' the women w no l.romlsi d to loin her were Mrs Henry WlM Miller. Mis. I "hillp Lydlg. Mlas Kllnor Hyms. Mm Anna o'ltagan !hlnti. Miks Iola l.a Kol lette. Miss Janet Scuddcr, Miss Hon i Nell. Mrs Held and Mrs. Wliitehousc All da- Salunl.iv am all day HoittW these atvd scores of other women will ride from end to end of the subway lines nolding the silent atguments so that EMM W'ho sit and .hose who hang on at raps may see "We have absolute IlKuree to prove that 1. (inn. not) women in the State NOW York do want the vote." Mis Root Young. prefs chairman. assert isl These Ibjuroa n e based of a house to house canvass anil Mn. 'Oatt hus them ii her pOaOaOOiOtl .,t 101 fifth avenue, whom douhti, . tUy see and he 0On vtnood." The lar ant -suffrage s.gns sa inl that wnc-,, lUITrmft Is a failure in i olo. f ..o, ' which are displayed at (Ubwoy and elevated stations, are to be coun tered lo sandwich men Oil Satur l i Mtid Monda v t Up ant 1 11 m -cs la tin- t .1 - tlona will tdosoiti with ttttdn Ich men hearing itAtftntfltl tfOn VTldnly tuiOWfl men allowing that woman ruffrauf hftg not iwen faiiui' in Colorado. Thre was an ntltOWtOd dliCtinilon na tu which of the nntl rgumontg ihotiM le given ntOOt attention In thOM ltVOflth hour notlVltltO, MlM Maude Votanu'er and Mlgf R SohllnshOldo, WB I 1 am palKtted In Culifornia. h.o and Mlcht- itari. saia that tne asuerii.m ma- surarii ould vote prohibition was the one ni0!lt frequenth lirought for ird b Vw , on the street. Itut the meotlni i j r - e I tn.l Ihe l.ijuor tpiesnon .;i a oaiik'erou one. and that the Nest cotiroi or tn, HUlT.j1sts was to omphaalM th fact that women hold varying lews Just as men do, and will not vote alike bti the liquor or aD) other problem Prancii J (Coney of San Ifrancieco, a ho aa DtOtrtot Attorney put A he Ruef out of business RMdO a short epeechu Mias Younger had Juai been telling hovv Rercety the ar.tis wtrkMi n celtfomlo to defeat the guffrage amendment, and vailed oil Mr. Hene to Confirm he:. Bui the attorne was dtoappolntlngty mild. "The gntta didn't do anv mo-e than a party glwayg does in campgltm to defea; the o'her party,1 he aald. Tlie s fiik in iMjiities Tou've got to expect that." "Th.s goes lu ghOW." aald i tnan at the meeting, "tha: men gr tlcg and w omen are not. leed i" poll I Hut wotiu n will get there Thev'll get over I't-iri dlemayted h the trlcge. ? ' SUFFS WIN ENTRY TO U. OF P lrmlt foe Korhldilr 11 Mootlttgj In 1 1 o 11 n I o 11 II n 1 1 In (era n ted . PHfleAPgUPHI . ' xdvocatvg ut the gylvanlg hail as ennouncemeni by .-t :' -Kree gpeech LTnlverelt) "f renn- a great Victory the Provoel Kdgar F. Smith that h had overruled the ac tion nf the committer in charge ! Houston Mall, w Inch refUOed to permit a eomen auffrage meeting there under tht auspices of the 1 'I vn 1 !Juh Tin (ban-man of the club was informed to day thai he could go ahead with hie plan- fur the meeting lu Waiter Taergert, chairman of the hail committee, created a aenaatlon sev eral Weeks ago by Mat ! fefUNlng t permit the PTOpoged meeting on Ihe groundg that woman Huffrgge e 11 1 po litical loeue. The proguhTraco gtudenta banded ttgether ami threatened to hold a free ipoech demonel ration on the i "" ' i s f m 1 t campus. I.ater the matter lo the proVOSte Who said hi esl igate was taken would in- BOUQUET FOR SCHMITTBERGER. HulTraaUla ilea Mad II I "i Thanks with i bryeaatkeaauma, chief Inspector Max Hchmlttberger had all the officials in Police Heads quarters wondormg yesterday when he received a scented envelope and ., large bouQuet of chrysanthemums hs apeeial messensei l.aiei some one aiacuvcren thai tin- band writing on the envelope was written hy a woman, a,hl:e-.sed to the "Chief Inspector the Beat Kvor." Finally Mr hVlunltlborgec decided to disclose tlie oontonts of the lettei ii waa from a woman Mis. Margaret i. Water of the Fifteen A see tntil) die- ' trlot and she aald In the latter thai the Bowers wi re seni as a token of appre ciation from the suffragists for SI" work done hy ths ohlef lnapactor's nu n ill keeping order at tlie big "Votes fur , Women" parade last Saturday. Mrs, Biaekneii Iteturas, Kl.lIAHKTII . N. J . t)Ct, -'Ii 'I'll'' llev .Antoinette Brown Blackwell, pioneer suffrags advocate, returned to-da fr Wiirosatsrj Mass., where she wan the principal speaker in Hi.' slaty-slsth an-I ' nl versa ry of ihe nrst woman's rights Icoovsntlon, Mrs. Blackwell, who is I : more than ninety years old, was a speaker at the rlrsl gathering ill Wor, es- lei. ihe says she expects to live i mm. ! e,ual suffrage triumph In New Jersey, ARS 5000 Miles for $20 Saxon "Four" Roadster $395 With Coupe Top 455 Electric Starter & Lights 50 . '-- k "A DS" TO SUFFRAGE CALENDAR. WMMAN SUITRAOl PARTY M - Mnititi'ii Heniix .n ; lub, for urn .tt Hm v. M mi Pa I act, Net h Timid. meeting. Hunt POlflt H I' .M .Mfnth AKetiihly district mtatlnft Ml Wafj Ttmjr third itrtt. I I M Twelfth Aei-ptnblv dtntrtct i r t nialNl0, TWMMlMl street nd He-. ..n'l RVrnuc K ' H . Mum mrMltiK Ht Arlm Hall h 1' M Twenty ninth Awmhlv dlM- Irlcl tt - mi . t ing. 4 'olumhun CffAlg. I -Thlrtv ilth Anemhly din. trli't wtrt-pi mt'ftlnKv IfU'h ntrcet an1 w mIi t n ar t vh Hvemif, lprmtnt and .'. i ii u "i Hxomie. ltiithHtt' and Trenton 1 tvanuai mid W'-bnter ami Tr--rmmt :t gt Oaf, r M KtMirtr-ent h A"Mnbly din trie! automobile itrot nrrtlngn I P T Piity -m fund Aimcinbly d Iftr It : tfget i k Klght fifth "i r et ,i n'l lorond itvpinn-, Klght y -Mit r t n-rt Htnl Third gVtnne Klulity -fourth ttro t ami BgOONd nv'tiue Hnd Klghty -slnhtn atragi Htni A cnu A l:lt I' M -Thatrr night throughout Mh nh.it tan. VTOMBN'l POLITICAL UNION, Nmin Me:lng. lKth atrt a- ! Flrat gvegga Nimn Mwt!n. Twent- nurth etret ami Igth Nfnue Si M "ting. Vnlrt -wfventh it mat and Broad y Noon WTOfignl Political t'nlon rov ing "hup "Winner," HroHd tri and Kxi h inr. filac 4 V M Maatlnii FlfVi h enuv and Th v. ninth treM. . I1 M -Meeting) Niifty-'lmh t-treft nntl l.xhigmn nvfiuif I' M M 't I tig Third gvanng ami H. ntv nth :ret. t F M Meet In a. Thirty -nevrnth Ft t i'pt .i n'l I :ri.w.Itt .iv p wing. idrtth tret and Lax I ng ton .1 1 entif. I i-l" . 10 V M Mooting, Longwond nii progM it nil nttof s I' Mi Moot Inf. 116th fitreet and I. -lngtin aVanuo. SUFF DETECTIVES WATCHING THE ANTIS . Fear if Trii'kery as F.lortion lmt Ni'iir spurs l.patlors tu Action. TAMMANY IS NEUTRAL "Pefeal the rr teed CotlatltUl ion Vole an you please on the woman euf- frage gmendment." Thai is the message that ha gone out from Cheriee V Murphy to ever Tarn- many Democral in New York, according io Mn llarrmt Stanton Ttlatfh She learned thla. ahe gald yentenlay. front one r ose to Murphy Mrs. Blab h wan ro h ive st en ihe Tamilian leader early thia week, but inetad stie tex-eived thlg word "It ,s from a m in W'ho knows a man I ran trust. Mi.-. HlaUh gald. "W may reel eeeured that the nemo rata Win a4ve us a fair eleartlon Kovontnor S iUul ao. I behee. will th aiul ao, I believe, will the Itepublieaiia It ia the aiiti-siiffrige eisut:ea that the Women s I0l!ttca4 I'nitm will keep t e ee upon iiu:iiitt the 1.1-t aayg tne campaign. So tlketruetful iH Mre Hlatch'a Organ laatlon 'f tin New York State Aa aoctatlon Oppoeed to Woman Stiff rage that it h;t engaged detectives to watch wh.it ihe geeoclatlon d. s with Ita money, iicoordlng t the W. p. 13 t0, fNMl is being ralaed bv 'the ailk atockiiig uaaodast Ion "ti Thirty -ninth etreet" with IO ihXtt of being gpent on legitimate Ltimpalgn expenaea Mrs Hlatch u.ie out esterday OOplOg of a letter Which waa sent by the antta to -i gtHj I Uffrugte! It bore the names ol tin offh eri of the State Anti-Suffrage Assoc ition. tii-i .isgeii rtir cotitrinutions to the fund Ol MOO, "needed for printing, gpeggere. Att , m the txtmpatgn 1 defeat Ihe auffrege amendment) ebloh Otherwlee may be arrled by the am. ill ml nor It) g, hO desire tlie vote, Willi ihe aid of the immeiutf sums of money t he have.' ont r i I tutors a re aake-l to nut 1 1 choclia to t'harles S Fair child. 1 1 euaurer. 'We find no indication of much money Is-1 tig npeni 'Ui ant i Clrcularg1 Mis it 1, itch said yeeterdg y, "end may lte pardoned a feminine curtoelt) to the uses t i Which the $ 1 00,000 will he pul.' Policeman II, Id for v.. noli Michael Moran, a patrolman attachsd to t lie i i.i k strael station, appeared in the Tombs police court yesterday for formal arraignment on a charge of assaulting tjdward ienice. s reporter for the rrloaae, on Thursday. The oaae was adjourned until to-. lay b) Magistrate I'obb, who held the policeman In 11,0110 ball, which wag furnished Strength for the Demands of the Heavy C ar & T R SKID PREVENTION DEPENDABILITY Non-Skid Tires 6. 0. P. CROWD MOBS ' QUAKER CITY SUFFS: Koiiihii ('MiidlcM Altntd t 'o iii mi spcnkcis mill Ptiils of Water DounimI on Tlicm. ABUKSTBD MAN WKLKASKD I Pn u.At'Ki phia. tnt. 2. In a die-, 1 graceful tllapl.iy of rowdyism, a throng 'of aeveral humlred Kepuhbcan oigani-j j gallon adhererta. pgradine: to-night to itt meeting In behalf ..f UtO RgptthtoMII rnuololpal th ket. moblM-d a -rowd of I I woman auffraalata liatenlng to a auf- I fraee ajuwker in V-ee4 I'hibidelphla. 1 1 Ionian eamtlea wero turned into the g-atherlr g ard the balls of Are fell UpOTi I I the olothing of the oratnra ami llateners ; nhke. The ntflrahal of the parade tde Ins hariH' dirough the 1 rowd and the opisi netta of v. ts for womein oompleted their attaek by filling buckets of water . I liable a building where the orgaliigei 1 tlvMi meeting wo In pn res a d drp- plng them upon the women. Miss Ml r.am ilillert, a suffrage swaker. re- celveft the eonteiiis of one bwket and ) waa drem-hed ; Miaa 'Jratia Kri krin of Kvanston. 111., a sK-aker, was gtgJO a 'victim of the water thrtiwtrg. while nasny jM"r ns in the crowd went home dripping wit. When the water waa def ending u mounted jal etnan arrived , and aucree1ed in making o:e arrest. The nttack occurretl in front of Red Men's Hall, Sixtieth ami Sprin e Hireeta. ! where the Republican slump gpeattora were addressing an ettdleitOg of several thousand. Marty A M o Ue. the leader of the want, which ia the Korty-wlxth. waa chairman and those on the plat - 1 form Included John iv Connelly ( the or- 1 ganixatton candidate for CKy Solicitor In accordance with the auffrage plans the women apeakera were addressing a crowd outside the building. This g being done whereer a political meeting In held in this i-ampaign So far there had been no discourtesy Mi own the women. Kye wltnessea ggy that the attack be an when a procession noumi ror tne meeting approached the hall, The leader, oti a horse, shouted "IlOWtl with woman -uffrage and fOdg Into the cTOWd He hind htm were hundreds of men and boa oarrylng roman candlee and red lights They surrmnded the ejtVragletl and the balls of fire from the catid.es were dropped Into the centre of the crtud, where The uffrafe speak ra stood In an nutomobile This continued Until Dr J Petti t'hamners and aevera! other men aet ut cries for police. Then the marthers entered the hall, only to resume their I artarka with water, however, The one man grreeted wag Carlton smith, who was held until Mag stmte H.trns ordered Ills discharge. TOMBS COURT PLAN OPPOSED. 4 hlef ManUtrate Mr don nalnat It e mo t a I to Hnaeuimt. t hlef Maglal rate McAdOO announced yHtfrda.v that jtdeaN fofOOd t' do so he would not Hign the plans proposing the transfer of the Tombs police court 10 another pari of the Criminal t'ourte Building in order to mak room for Part "f teeneral Seoelona Accurding to plans draWIT up b) the Hinktng Fund inmialon the tn-w loca tion of the romoe eoun wouui oe in tne section of the neeemenl nw occupied aa the offices of Chief t"h rk Frank Snirh of Special Sensions M agist rate McAdno aald that t heae (putrters fuiti te uneutteble beeauae "f dust and noise, and that he had bet n unable to And a propel location eloe wh re, elthough he had Inapeoted everel off ;ct' build Inge near h and tied con tdered housing the court in the old i dice lieadfpiat Jers at 100 Mulberry srreet Hli objections eere echoed b) Magistrate Marsh SLAYER OF SON A SUICIDE. llai.K" lllntaelf In Coll t.iolher gog lii ame Tier Iwglts geattOSiepOi Jogeph i-'iick. Kt, who killed his son into. 19, on AuKut 21. wliil, the boy was protecting his moUier, r. I ,a con vlcted of murder In the second degree in the Supreme Court, llrooklyn, com mltted suicide yeaterda) bi banging htm self with his heavy ball from Hie door of his cell in Raymond street j ui in the same tier of the l.i.l Kitok's eon Joseph, Jr., Io, is a prisoner await ing sentence for unlawful entn vhci. t he ton herd of his rati I Kilt do he to the tskoil in- permittfld r uneral, At tn trie) of Prick it nma meltily on t hi tat Iniony "f not hv Mm. Ctlfl rl.s, 1J, that the aolf-sfftn-'' ph i flei uiH i i mi Ratftteee e it. offer. Iknvkh. - .hiHuc Ihn isimlney ifuefld t-'ia ii leoend offflr of tha Radpeth Uyfffluin Burfeu ol Maw York tn ite or. the lecture pletform mi ht.oho a far, with .1 I rr- a.ir rontfect. ACTION GIRLS, WHY 'ADOPT EUROPEAN TROOPS? t . S. Murine in Ifnyti Tell At i.iiitn Maidens They Want hove LettfH Too. CHARITY BRUINS AT HOME ATLANTA. Og Oct. 2(1.- Th L'nllOd' Htatea maiinee who save the Caine of Haytl a wholesome reapert for I'ncle Ham's -.crappy flfjhters recently letirned out of the air that a hand of fair daugh ters of Atlanta had oraanlsed for the praiseworthy purpose of sending letters oi cheer, sympathy and love to lone some soldiers in Kuropcmn trenches who had no girls of their own at home The wireless news didn't make them jeilous garnet!?, hut It did nil them with a inlahtv reaming to he loved also, mo ihey got the best letter writer lu the Third Company, First Brigade, to ask tlie editor of the Atlanta Con Ot (felloe to deliver a messaae to the At lanta maidens that the too would like to he "adopted." This Is the letter as it was ins, l ined with a fountain en on a drum head In the alare of a bua lls-ht aa the mtggmlc vapors curled up from a Fort au Frlnce marshland i "Bditos Confutation.' Having learned through the wlreles- press news that the girls of yOUf elty have so generously and IliaglianlmOaOly shown their con IderatlOn for the forsaken and lonesome Buropean soldiers by adotitlng these sol, I era and lending them love and letters, We grlgh to ask you to tell the fair daughters of Atlanta through the columns "f your paper that there are some of their own down In Haytl who gra ready and Milling to tie adopted, and WOUld Welcome and appreciate such adoption. "Pleaae tell them, also, that while there I no trench warfare here and no asphyxiating gases, that we are I. die so ne snd even i postal from the hands of a fair American would Brighton a tedious and irksome life in the tropics. Also. Mr F.dit, r. It looks as though tlie colored brethren down here wouldn't 1e aide to take over the reins of their Government in log! than two years, and we'll have to stay light here on the Jol. "Tlie moie we roam around tlie world the moie trul) do e love, the prouder we are of. the American girl the finest, fairest, dearest and sweetest lu the land, When we see her turning to tlie soldiers of Kuroi-r it tnakgo us ta-g f ,r considera tion. loi charity Pegin at homo, "Yours truly. "Tng II. ! stagings, "Third Company, First Brigade, c. s. expeditionary forces. IVrt-au-Frince, Haytl " t'olorado ltea.hea Pnrl. CHARUMTON. S C Oct 2U.--The M.,1 lory liner t'olorado. which caught tire yesterday Off Cape Hon. am, was towed Into harbor here In-day. after tlie hlaxe l been extinguished by tugs. Tht shin's upper struct ure w. s destroyed lIp'S upper structure w, s destroyed I ml part of her BargO of U.lnlll Pales of I and cotton ruined IIOTK.I.S AM. Hl.sT.tt KtNTB kii i ii 4 i I t.vrii ww. ipaji mania and rixnii' uh Msti fiiruNh'! mMl firtiWh. Ity th' M'rivtii iw iraiwlfily ucet's 14th Street, near Fourth Vyenue Prince George Rotel Puth Ave And iStti Ht. pflfllaj tut!- tu pfrriiaoeni stutwtte UATCI II DC D T 1 1 1 'i Ht. O l oir. I nil I ist na,BBn i i i.ioc-a e r B'vas I Hales St op. l i el l en I relaurant aoa eafe. i.ioderale prlt-es. Hpe,lal rates for lernianot soesls. .liMtern. nreoruof. TRAND ROOF GARDEN "j"1!,, lW aMariaLunchl 10AM toUI'M v anHerbllt iflrinutiu I n I tu In it:. tu, t'tip I an In a i1 - M ' i r m rn iit AMI MKMKVTR. THE BILTMORE Morning Musicales Management el Mr. 11. K. JOHNgTON, i.'-Hinl jtallroom, " Itlltmore at 11 ,. .1. 1(1. lie, . g, IT. i nil. II, '.'s, b. II, tg, It I Is, 1 a 1 Ntl aOltni I riinrrt Mil t Klila hirrMIrr I ut rrMn Rort t La ram a vm I hiiiIHp DtN rani Ml" Im I Imi.iii rrnlilln' I arrat mi t I Htti It.. .in, . ..in Mabal liarnten 1 mnnM Mloe l r " it t ll'lllICl jns.i t llnfinann ItiMirtt lit Hull hull I nulaa llniur Muliarrlpi kin lftrf It i't 1 ' t ' H l st'.tt tA i itiiiiiiii Marllnplll Mm.- M.lh.t oh OIHka I in Mr Of it'll Un.ii r I .ttli mm ki Mil 1 it- Itii URWld Intent iwetti l out Sla tnti' i- di Hiurnla AIIkti pulfllna Thawlora eelef inn (hera 1 oiirrri liiif fln Htirrnlfn Mu Uarft-I t Mi'nt- i8n rnr a ton MUtaaTlUtlun liriff fur ii.-iTl- k'nifi, tNiti S " NO nil i- 14AI it 1 i tt H' i ana : i it ft JohnvioQ-i SYMPHONY si , lei, i I New I nt k hum it BAMRUIM ll. onaui 'lor, Ncit aunda) Aft . Oct ill. st i GRAI NGER ISI IKIkoHSk, l ltui.lCM Seats st Bos 1 im.-,- ,imi, ii.ii I iirm-Kte Hall Hall. Run Im r, Oct :u , at it II melbaV l 111 ,1 Kit I II (Kid ,N l-elln uoniHI I'tKht.H Bsrltone '" 1 it ,nk sr. 1 t:.i:ii piano Tleke's St SI Ml '.' f2 M Horn - S. f now on side ;,i llo. 1 Igteii 1 llraci 1. in t ' Kills Masonlt Haotlln I'lano ( AKMt.ll HALL. Ssl. Aft.. Oct. 30. sl 2.30 v n it. in it K.l it l MINI h 17 I. HI A Til kj au m n. isj gtelnsray I'lano Mm WoMsohn Hureati GODOWSKY SECOND PIANO RECITA1. CARNtUlF HAt.i , SAT. Af T , NOV 13 al Hot I'lano roinil.ir I'll, c. .Mi, ts lo SI in 1 i line. Mm It K .lolniMon stnahi teolini. Halt. Cues ATI , No, riral or l HiMoricI iteeltai. io iigaii1 GABRIL0W1TSGH Mel oi l.omion i 'harl Mssoita ll.itiilinriaiiu II.IM.IIN inn. in Km., o.i. eg i n:ia yill.N Kgl'ITAt, RODERICK WHITE TlekelaH, 10 I 00, 7,", A SO. Now at Bin ontea I AtMr-.MKNT. ttet.To. I n w '.oc m.riff.Bijrnvi:!. tmiPCDT i hen i mi w oi Bway.Kvs.a:IS. OflUDlRI Mats.Todav.get.g Bler.Oay,f:IA. uioaMiaiwi 'Is Viennese oiern t its lop notch "-Rv.gun. AAtlain ' :nh si Kv l a 11 Mais Tod Mat Klec.Day.lllS. mlth I M II l.r.AIV. and Moel Ravi hlnS Music on llniadway. oi iviini icr hh k. of B'way. mfij. rn.ni wv.. Mala.TiMl l SHI A Kits- 1 lay Si. no MATflVBf TO-nAf AT Sits. GRACE GEORGE XIX? 30TII tT The nesrll wa. HieH lli MuTist jat .Altec aDey.g i& ai:vr s vtiiks in 4BVANCB, DRIUfCCC "th nesr ll'aa, I'.vs. a I sinsuii Mta.Tody sat mm i aDayJ II hi I III: MARK OF THR MtitHT. BOOTH 4"ith. w ,,f n ! K.is s tv b w v i n Mts.'rod'y.nai .Kiec Dav.a IA. TNE TWO VIRTUES Mfl yinu of femeei PtOpU Atnui a ANTONIO SCOTTI, thi- niitt'J berytonfl f tha Mcti,uiHlltun Oimtu IIoiimv leyi of ALONE AT LAST At ihe nhuhnrt Theatre i A CORKING SHOW zi MANHATTAN JI'A'i Poston Crand Opera Co. with DlWlnBSl itvii'i tat i" amy : rSlffcWIl in ssi ftoc to ti mi. Sttuai. 9mm X 1 - n. ,, 'l..k uith I'hvIii.ii ohiiinc A Mallet . to-night at a. ' I 'armea.'' lth nay, lenstetlo, Mardnnes, serors, cottsihslk. Clement, Kaufman. Pullil. Moransonl PavlnnaA iiaikt NEW toKk'N LKADlNtl CMDIDr li pith si I' v sis Mi. trflrlnt Tieda) Sat & (tier IHj WM. GILLETTE Mil I, I IS 11 II II I I III M k M I OF HstPamousatlPDI tU-U III II MI'S Su Nov. Kih MUET Mt'K II V hceom 5::: s::';',: Klii in,. ETHEL BARRYMORE In in it IJHKAJ I OMKIM sit ' tss. OUR MRS. McCHESNEY FULTON KIHM MAT, ro-ti w. tOW, II M Kit V.KK NMit NVM SHERMAN WAS RIGHT A vkvi PAHCI KlttNK .IANUKI. JV,: COHAN'S Wo'sA tt; fo'l It VHli I. 1 I l UV 1 ELSIE JANIS 111 INFOR M ATION" liberty;', .'.c'lT.r , ine Sunday mi ; - .a i -a-j Uf. "l - VS. I D. W. SRIFFITR S (111 i l'i SI'KITAt'l.K nyniphon) ir-h's.tr., oi 411, PANniFR Wft'H. i arrant Met k. T.-t:,N Sai A. Tne miiimi mi.., bwimii " THE HOUSE OF GLASS Man iicsn a ihe ureal M K liter m .,- oreh.gg.sl vi MO Meats 1st Hide an si O I ft D C n" Mslll A M , tillers bLUDC i ,. A Kler. Dey. unuTKnurDV o. CTntlC IHN nun I UUintn I a oiuni , II I N nnrtT " I si rnone Hrysm to nnDTl 1" Mis T.-d .y ft sat '- I ' liUH r PRINCESS PAT hi 1 mm UPKflA t tut! ' KAttn." Chss Darn too. Kv vv.,ri.i Mat 1 , -in w. ,A Vat THE NATO Wl LAW" ?,TH, !5R? !' " ' . A ; THE SHOW SHOP' ' V Symphony Concert .IZT' I nuriPDC W. 4s 1,1 1 ltrint SIH Kvaa. s HQ LUrlbAlnL 1 M,tr-t-wIhv, ! m THE GIRL WHO SMILES Musli-al HlthyautbiMs. of Mm,,' Idete.'Ae. 99! 11 HuriiKi Mettne Tn4tai HIP HIP (r I rt t yr HO Wanaeth HOORAY Neusa g llaml. eiiiiiiuimi l,n, rules. M 1, , Hull,., Kve. Jj Hat. Mn U Ustly Mat. e Best seati gl.gg, Hat. 'Best awu g World', Blagsst Show, Loa'ssl Prices. IAO0 Ke-er,e,i s,.ttt, , si Mitt-All NTAMa ami sin . 11 1 KKITH'g Palace IVM MM. II. Ilnr- , Va ,c . IMII I t . II, - v I.KII, g 1 IfWAVSTST Da, I tl'lft :Rm1 i. in' USlI) Ml J'. U'SI ltM l I' HUOs her.. COLONIAL Mai- Dull, ,1111 IIIIV.SK , WlM I IM. Ill II I . Mr an I Mr- 110) liurrv. othcrv ILHAMBRA evtyuYN MMii 1 A Jtl k I It I 111(11. Mi'Ksj & Ardlne, other. TRIANGLE PLAYS l ilts KI I k; 1 "id sterling in "liu KathHr's Koot -icjis Martyrs or the tlsnio rlekle rsttv's Pall lull., llciMi 11. -llalrlliioli, Kvenlnas ai s alstlnees at fl Mallnem j ,. 01. 1 "i. Kvrnlnss Jfte, Mk', tl ami sj Koi, kerho, I ei 1 i,-ai re. Broadway A HMth HI 1IM lit Al'll.ll WA 4tMT THE BATTLE CRY of PECE I 1 1 r lull, V.a in N 10 Rves A sal Mat "' '.oc SI a 0.' ' nhcr Mats 3.V.M1 l IhsiI 1 'hlldren'a Mm Sal 1 1 pOLUMBIA V ? ,V BURLESQUE ) lay a 1 oni 1 na i n 1 iiii unit I lie Social l.,l,l. DIN World In Wax K tifopaan Wtr Hafoat i r Atirnri lona. MUSEE l'f. BVRItV DAT FROM 10:10 TO 11:11 PHILHARMONIC si it IK r ill M U , ,j , JOM I'll MlttNSht. I11MII I loll etn'ta llmr. Ki. HtiH 4 Went rrl,Afl.9iftt, Ma, IHIVt I II. M. Kl I.I It. III. lo Anil I , h .i I k.i , - 1. - III! N in ,111,11. . MtNl i.it titll Tliketa at lt. umre. Mil E T E R SON Hinia id-, li.il ieiii I iiititir I'arh llltn H nil. To m' a Tliiirs Vrll.,n Hall I in. tllernooo al 9, Plana KlH'llsl hi I Is l I ( DONAHUE Man i l.otiii.in I'hst'lt : ATDlarflll I 'I HLANI'IIK KINti Kr . ,, t AT skMiIiTV i " v 1 BdaSSSSB BBBSSsfV AMl'SKMr.NTA. fflBlCnV ''I't "f 11 way Hyaj,, s IfUMCIM Mais. net. tile.-. Ita. Til' mmt mil i w :a niiiiTsouani-i ui i llinil'l EVENING SUN: " 'Mrs. Boltay'a DauKhtors' it , one of the dramatic noveltirs of the season not a Sah ! bath-school play daring theme skilfully written." i iFor Sophitticited People ONLY uimur rillATT'C Thea . .tilth Mr RMIRt CLUBII H way Rvs.M l.v Manuel's Today. Sat and Klectlon Day j i , Another "Bunty" Hag Come to new T orK town. Frederick Harrison . tension Be Sure and Try One of the Butterfly Kinoes Served By the Quinneya' Quinneyg 'TS A Cure For The Blues! ANTONIO SCOTTI, thn noted harytoni' of tin M,tiroiHan t )imtu Houaa. sav-. ALONE AT LAST At tht Hhiiihvrt Themtfe WmHA CORKING SHOW VDir r. Hd.W.ofll'wa) I- a- "N'MhIs Tbd IP. ii V coal Inns! Ion oi lie Tonsil M PI Ml M, I II It sV'Ti.V',' "After theTheatre . i ra. jg j Mrminmrj j.nirj j sitipper A Tea I lo t. Wed sod s.n naming Warld rhamplen Ire ntsteri I Adn. free to lahw dhole dinner ti Itn I a la carOs.O to D.naatlngetTes Olnneraluppi rtlKTMl 4NII gl'tt'KIMKn NEW AMSTERDAM fifWIf" WMMI. M.t. I s, I M s MIW. i.i A KHl M.Mt will preseni AROUND THE MAP Ml StfAI. HLOHK TWT lo i i -Mel, K.I, t, Mole to llertn .l, flnrk fte- Hi" Plsj vWl DANOK III I in I lis. 7 crccin ww.- tan p "Meenn LILtl LLU Ml III milllU ri ., AlotiNea VinsterdsmTheal rheM arid GAIETY ft hv lo si ;,, Tnl.l w... a l1 I Mir rii iut. iii -i sins, si. si YOUNG AMERICA CrCYaat'way. 41 K- -'" hrvsni O I tin Mat, to-day. Oat Ik Khs Di MAT, ro-IIAT, III sit gKATH g, SI. Ml HIT THE -TR All HOLLIOAY n o, I r-i Mhlii "Mill. MalllS. HARRIS Sa4.9 ,V tagpEBHiTiig HUOSON ' ,- 141 4 Mi, 'I'.l.i, ,IKM iMin Ml' ol Ith H VV i lit it i ,. , , PCI ACPfl et nth ' K tu, Toe Kill, I .IIIO, II Tyr DIIIiIIlD AUP I tit DUUmtnAnu REPUBLIC h InllN c.l M t't ,v L .III ,n MOTOR RACING and AVIATION SHEEPSHEAD BAY SPEEDWAY Elec ion Day, lues , Nov. 2d 100-mile Championship W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tlnsfc- of o-, ;, ,, it men. Aitkrn, RIckimbei'tM! Mulfoni, rVlan perteculer nueiliition" hv fannm- atrimii llnu utiih'Hiiw 11. loop In ntnl pasM-ntfiT-rarrymv: that I I Ml MV M (III ; M ill It a t 1 1, I II I I llt I II a! .1 I 111 mii oi, mil. (trend eta nil, IimIuiIIiih omlaaloni Mi m.im-s i, MeaM t t a,iii, im ludtiifl iutmUiiin larli ina spec wittitn oali raarrail i unrvarrvafl la't, nut liiiiuiilnii iidmh -Uti . 1 it ke-i . mi ,ni nt li 11 M,n , ,1 i ainpanp 1 naetta it kat aflam ,n ui nmonlla lull- vaIiIiim iIh- U unit ii Nim .ink nut ai Mnaanhaad H' Rpat?dna i m poratlun n ihoi Bfoedwa bfli m n n .1.1 mfl si rarti ralaplionr I in 'If 1,1 RITZ CAKLTON HOTEL Bazar de Charite .mi i Fashion Revue rhuraday and Frida Evci ngs, Oct. 28-2. at nine oclot i To Aid V J II rem 11 wounaed yenry Fuiui Ticketi 15.00, 1 11, ltirliiiii Boxes, hoi, lint; M. $ l)ACI(. Tahlc 'ics ieiei ved itr .ui'pi i Keiervod lor Sl rtrkala inn ba had at HH hi ;iii..n U.ii Itt'lifl I mn 1 1 1 l Ml hi Mil II a I'ltin.lt V.M l.l 1 s M l I.I' Ml I I ' 111- I' I S I N I N UHM'JS 1 " ! " liul.l.V six 'K u - Fashion ite, us Hirs 'inrhi., I M , si Nil I K I UNI I I. I i . HII PARK it.it i io i.i TWILIGHT SLEEP A l.Kt'TI Hi urn MHMI n IRVINQ PL. THEATRE lasbniann 5 KIimi i I'im ' 1 BaiUtbotc'iTg at I'. u SI J M D WASHINGTON SQ. PLaYtrt - j n Ilk viwaiunn; . anal ui carmen ' - ' S