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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1915.
U. S. WITHOUT FEAR, ASSERTS DR. JORDAN IVifist Tolls Audience That Compulsory Military Ser vian Is Treason. IS ANSWERED BY MENKEN David siarr .Jordan, chancellor mrt tils of taflfWeJ 1 'Diversity, and S. Ktan Wood Mrrken. prrsldrnt of tho National ciu'lty tiWHIIIl talked before a meet Inn conducted by the l'dplc's Institute ami Woman's PMM I'arty In Cooper Union Inst evening on "What Does America Kcar?" The audience plainly eympat h ir.ed with the views of Ur. Jor dan rather than with the prcjiareslraieie pita of Mr. M liken, who w.xa frequently Intei t upted and bombnrdxl with un IHendly question at the rloae. "AWHrlca," eald Pr. Jordan In nil calm denunciation of mirtar'.sm. ' does Mot far anything. The only teat of fear la hale, afld she hatoa nothliu;. Home times 1 wish that elie f pared more hate anil war. Just now certain highly edu cated ati'l raapadad men In this iart of Ihe louittry are e.oing the Kaiser on horseback Invading the country at the head of VlCtorlOUf armies. !oniet lines we think New York Is Vary provincial because Hhe iratflsTH no further than the ownera of a few area! papers, anil no, to the hearts and souls of the i- But 1 have Confidence In Amerloj. and In her people to Judgu soundly. "We do not employ Impeachment for treason, hut if we did every man who advocates compulsory military service ouKht to be eligible for the first trials. Wo should fear more the subtle in fluence of Prussian militarism than the strength of 1'ruasian armies. The kind of citizenship implied in Tennyeon'e Mitring llrtee, 'iheira not to reason why, theirs but to do and die.' we do not want in America, no matter how efficient It may make us. "Prepai ednesa Is a secondary Issue. War Is the result of a desire to turn the people's minds from Internal diffi culties. So here we are trying to take attention from local politics by slaking the jH'ople t prepare for war." "America," said Mr. Menken also, "hae nothing and of necessity no one to fear, but she must Join the competition In ap plying scientific research to her re sources. You carry every other kind of Insurance, and 1 ask you If you do not wish to furnish protection to your country against what I)r Jordan tuts eald 1 frequently the result of secret workings of foreign diplomacy. I am not willing to gamble Ann rlca and her IsMtltUtlohl against the chance of war" Dr. Jordan also talked on the cause Of the present war before the Free Synagogue yesterday morning, saying It was to atop the foiward movement cf democracy. BRYAN'S DOVE COTE INVADED, National Security l.eaaue tlprne a Dram h 111 Lincoln, -Veb. "More feathers have been plucked from William Jennings Mryan e Uve of peace at any price" is the way the Na tional Security league MnOUIMSS tho opening f a branch to carry on Its prop agandu In Lincoln, Neb the strong- hold or the pacifist. The InvaHton by tho advocates for a pnpper national defenc followed a re cent speech by Mr. Hryan In l'htladel phla In which he bitterly attacked the National Security !. guc Und the Navy League. Itisregarding thle attack, a meeting was called in the Lincoln Com mercial Club. William B. Hrewster. field secretary of the league, who Is organizing branches I throughout tho West, uddressed the meeting ami later spoae to iuu siuncnis of the I'niverstty of Nebraska at the in vltatlon of the chanoellor. A college branch was organized at the university to cooperate with lire citizens' branch, tnoei of ti e students pro;nt Joining the movement. A letter received by S Stanwoo.1 Men ken, president of the National Security IAur, from lOdwIn Milton Itoyle of Darien, Conn., says In isirt : 'I twice votetl for Mr. Bryan for President and I have struggled for years to maintain my loyalty, but I feel that I owe myself an abject tips, logy, e e e Ha Is a narrow gaugn man with a nar row gauge mind. Ho la an unreolist with no nioro relation X life og we live It than a toy bfjtoon. Any ship that takes its reckoning from a toy bal loon 1 on the way to shlpwTeck. I (tin't belleo that many Americana take Mr. Hryan aetiously at this day and date." MILITARY SHOW TO-NIGHT. win Continue at -Madison All Week. Hqnsrs Harden Mayor Mltchel will open at Madison Hquare Harden to-night the military how, which Is intended to demonstra.e the requirements of the country in ca-Me of war. The army, the navy and the National (Hard of New York will be repix-Hentcd and various military man (suVres will be exes'utcd. The show will continue for six nlghls and on each It will be directed, by a military official. Tho Plattuburg con tingent Is expected to drill on one nigiit and M is proposed that Mayor Mltchel will then appear In lug khaki uniform, i me night will he reserved for the army and another for the navy, when repre-.-iitatives of thego two branches of the Mfstoe will have the principal part In ihe programme. A dress rehearsal was held yeaterday. CALLS U. S. CONTROL DEFENCE. NMlHlUl -Mayor-elox't rrrparfdueu, Tnlka of fssnvernTTirnt owiicmhiji f publlo utiutu-ji h thn jirnt ni prima vtM to- ward nfltional prftparwlmg,' Hiiitl I r. GoorK" K. luriin, HociallHt Major-olwt of JthiiitM?t4iuly, in a Bpeech Uiirt niK-t b fore the IjtlMr Centre FTUfn at the Washington IrvlnK Hlh School. Vo nuiHt take over thr railroii'l. toljrraplin, coal niinen and other Dublin UtllltlsM -o in'vent foreljcn M'.-n am) I fiirciprn lnt'iriiH from gettin-e" ' Titrol of I htm HeWt haiuperlnjf the Uo ninitrnt tri th event fit Invanlon." he a444. "The flr-rt tep ttwartl prepAreftnetH Ih to put the nation flint. No nation will find the people willing to d for It UfllMHi Uvlfll for It in made worth while. Poverty ll pot eoTidiK i :o loyalty. "I'm lt"t a pMCe at any price So. ial 0 I (ofMildlr that the rtfttloitftl 'trn- mitttw of tho Hocifillil party adopted an Rbvurd niitl-war inanlffHTo, I MKMl on Of the I In ciu 'i fhansTf rrvmlueernen what he ootrld do i nsion He answered nlfesto.' "' In Mud, Ileal h. Man sticks wtursca to I.s I'll the l ie of ii urn Crosse, ' was fi.iii his i bodi i. - Wli tie Ilia nail , Nov. 14 Mired to mild ii in. u .-In o i 'in I ti,- marsTln ho .'III of 1,11 Hwelie.in. MiiintliM after l I Inn of il,. f Hint Sw. n- i i cunilns re than tvn 11 e TIlO I' in the hi i' i. death ui msrshi d iii tin- MAYOR NAMES PREPAREDNESS BOARD; CARDINAL FARLEY HEADS 4 Noted Mon Accept Part in Plan to Urge Adequate National Defence. EVERY WALK OF LIFE KEPRKSEXTKI) ON IT Mayor MIteliel announced yesterdity the membership of his committee of 1,000 on national defence. He has en-1-sted In his scheme men from every walk of life, churchmen, professional men, buslnesa men, epeclallsta In vari ous fields, a veritable armyto repre sent the multitudinous affairs of the city In forwnrdlng a campaign that has now assumed a place of major Im portance in the mlnda of Amerlcuns everywhere. Cornelius Vanderbllt beads the execu tive committee of seven members Kver eince the Mayor came home from his month of intensive military training under the regular army otflcers at t'lattsburg he and Mr. Vanderbllt have been perfecting plans to array the city's talent on the side of preparedness. The men who have been selected are. In the opinion of the Mayor, a guarantee that President Wilson will have the support In the coming session of Congress of such a body of citizens as Is calculated to bring very v'vldly before the national legislators Ihe grave responsibility they are under to provide adequately for an army and navy In which the people of the country can hnvo the fullest re- llance rne general committee has at the . i 1 ..,!,. W.th M I Vanderbllt on the executive committee are Cleveland II podge. Alexander M. White, (ieorge W. Perkins. William N. Dykman, Barnard m. Baruch and wn- lard fv Straight. Mayor lntl!ncs Work. In making public the personnel of both committees Mayor Mltchel ald: "I am glad that the membership of the Committee of One Thousand on national defence has been completed and that I have been able to d iv 10 appoint these gentlemen to serve with the executive committee. "A great deal of educational work Is Mill necessary even In this city to bring home to our citizens nn understanding at once of the utter lack at present of ude uuate means of national defences nnd of the urgent and Imperative neceeitty for those defeii.ee on land and BOA. This Committee aril the firtv or slxtv kin dred committees appointed by Mayors throughout the country should find an Immediate opportunity for great Useful" ness In promoting n popular under standing of the real t ic's in this matter "It should be the function of ttile com mittee alaa. bv developing local etip- porti to iiseiet the President and his technical advisers In seennnsr from the , coming Congress the legislation BSOSS 'e.irv to the establishment of a penna 1 rent tind udeuuate nysteni of national I ,1.. fence "This Is an undertaking which will ap- i nanl to everv loal American citizen and to which every American citizen etiould i give Ills active help." The gener il committee Is composed of Cardinal F.irlev. Oeorge McAr.eny. in I nn A. l'rendergaat. Mnrcns M Marks. Lewis ii Pounds, Doullss Matheeroon and Mauri, s IS Connolly. The members of the oommi'te are: A. Anable, Courtland v. Anderson l ore A Ail,. .;. Charles A Appletnn. F H . Jr. Appleton, K. Ross. Any Martin H Arnold. Frank A Armstrong. J Sinclair. Asi'gri-n. John. Mlerbury Kev A P. Atkins Ed wlB F. At kl neon. W H Auchlnlosa c c Austin. Dwisht B A am an, "isr,.ivce. Astor. V.ncent. Abranam. I.aurenos. Ahh,. Dr Kolsrt Abbott, Lawrence F A. Uenuan. Enn st R Adams Ambrose R Adams J A'lnmson Robert. Agar. John C. Ahlatrom. C T. Alliee. E F Aldnoh. Wmlluxip Alexareler. A Altoril. Thomas K Alien. Dr Herbert C. Ambler Dr A S Ames. E-lsin A Ames Louts Aniun. B. i . , Kilwiu G Rlock. John A liciiKigood. Robert F. Bloomer, MUlard J, Bloom, E1 ard C Bloomeneohn, Dr l! J. Blumstein. 1. M. Jiobbs, Wm C. Hi.l 'n. P, n Boattger, lleiu-y w. be . Morton G bohm. Ernest. Holdeii. Hi hard M Boldt, Geors-e C Boiling, liiiynal 0. Ilnli, ,n. William II Bond, Stephen Norman Bondy, WiL.am. Hoo ly. Cliarles A, Borden, Bertram II. Horg. Sidney C. Borie A E bourne. F G bowers. Henry, bowers, John M R-iwnian, John M E. Royesen. II. i, mar 11. Boyle, Edwanl F Itoynlnn, Edward B Ilradshaw'. Thomas F. Hrasly. N F K'wty. l'eter J Brawner. Alexander H. la-uti. Jlooeri Los luster. ReT, i. a. Bailer. Frank Balnurldge, A C. llaird. Col A D. I. . ,. Frederick A. luscr. G F . Jr. liuker, Juseph J. Baldwin. L. E Baldwin, w u. Baldwin. William M Hall, the Kev A D Ballanline. J. Herbart Ilaker Edward H Bangs, rraticsa lannard, otto T parlies. E II Rarbour, Den Barbour w Warren. , .: 'A ...mi H. Harlow l'rter T. Barhiclr. John J. Harratt. F'dsar G Barrett. Nicholas J. Barrett. W F Bam-. Charles D. Barry. Herberl Ilarrr. John J Bart hold. W H. Barton, llrise Baruch Dr. Kimon. Iliuis Walter Biuuett, Eiiward M Ilnsl. William C Bsssicr. Dr Anthony. Itrennnn. William A. rlatlle. g (.onion, Bayne, Howard K. Bavoe. Hush A. Reals. John D Beard, Daniel Carter. Brenner Fre it,i Mrent. IP-nry Kelly. BrtMKhaud. Jttlta Brtwuier. HOboift 8 Undirnan. Col O. ti. Brl-iirn, B. V Hruht, IdOlUl V Mriirckerhoff. C, 0 i ..-ii..,,;. Ur W. B Brlttol, j i T Brnkaw, OeOfpl T Brriirian. Erwia X Brouyhi Alenander. Brown. Edward C. Brtwn. Ern.'at C. Brow n, FranUlin Q Hmwn. ljowe.ll H Brown, Ihr Sam A Brown, Tlirodora M. Brown. Wi;;ari s lirown. William H Brown. WUllwn R firownittf. John scoit. BruntHT. Arnold W hrvnon, ThonotN V Ruehantn. I, Edwin JiN' kle, Jom Ruff a, I-t 'uKnio Hull. H-try w. Bull l,udlnw ft Bullard. Harold C Burohall, r-(irir w. Buniick, Clinton i Burleicn. o'-orn.. w. Hum. Henry, Burnit. A Bum. Patrick ., BurrlH. prtvtpti ButW, Filiw Parker Bui Irr. William II Buttniw.ar Jo i,. Hyrne. .lanu'ri Hyriiet,, Mi. huel .1 lit afk-'iiridife, J C. Beard, w n, Hts-svcr. Jnhn. Ilravfr. .'nh n TT B k Jams M Bedell. I-iinlel M. n-leU. Waller E TV-ei her William C neT Dr F'lwln, lls-hnintr. Alhert. Behrer Martin Bel, Bertrund V Bell, (iordt.n Kiinir Bell. JamM n Bellamy. e. P. Belnont. Aurut. Benedict. Br-rrv B B-nediH. Vfllirr B Bene.h.-t. W Ht .John. Bennon Rfert U BernMetn Htrwn BemUheimer Emll Bern WtlliWTI Itert rnn. S B. Bethell Tnion Beypr. Herninil W. I.iejflnw. Peultney B iiKhT-m. Oen T A. BinioT. Ariield ItiHftell. Br .Tnfcrph B B1 k. Tnc."r M . Jr. Black. B niffnrd BlurU Wm llnrmnn RltjPktOO. J Stuart. Blair J lnnley Blunt hard. Ir A J lUiitK-hor 1 Taac n T.lnndv CfnwrlM Bl.inhfleld Ed In TT ptiHr". r X , Jr BIIbn, Fin. -t C Alt a. William IT c. Caiman, Ttie Rev S p oheu n- Joseph 11 ii Charles P, I l Ca.lv ClSrelli e W. Calder, WlUlaw M Caldwell. H 1) Caldwell ClMi l""Pe. CsJlan Edward. Campbell Ur, Wm F. Oanfleld. Qeorse F. Cat n, II W . Jr. Career. John K Carlton. Newcomb Carnio.lv. Kraiv ls X. Canasirle. T, M. Carolan, A Cerraher, Michael James C Hole rl J Dr. Ilurneti 0 illier, Collins. II S Cumlort. W. R, Conaat, i-.niesu i. Connell, iteraeH . Coiiiier, Or. lsv.is A, Conrow. Theodors. Cooke. ) W. Corbihi John C'oriUns, c H. Cometocki 1. K Cm.- Kre.lcn-k 11 ronklln, Aifrrsi u. Conteees. Vita. Conway, Patrick J. Conner, John J. Cornell. II. T. Cnetello, J. Qortelyojii 'leorto b. Culler Wllham A. c. ii, icrt. Frcderte R. iiis'l ClnrUsiiri Cosies Russell A Cos null. vs. hi. .1 II Cr ills Ki inotn M Crateii II lohn M ci h t, in- c Hurni, Cr nn J Ssi seam Crunlord Fri'drrick I. I'ravatli I'eul 0 Cnmni ns John Ii I'riniaiins Thomas Crnk, Jobit Crumwell, Ueorge. I Curri II to n Howard ain.il .lolin .a Carroll, LaaremsV, (arler. K A Case. Chailes l.yman. Caaseheer II A. Castle. W A i ,, ii.lwi.'l John R I ChaiulNTliu Us: ls-rt Cliitnlcr. Is'w heiiey Thomi Chetwood, In rhiiils, Ki rsli I'liild. ireomii a. I. II w. rhlld. Waller '- w II II I I. ii U Charles T I hill' ll, M U I 'Ii ir h oo I. I si k, Frederick V. I ikl a, Juliu iTuutor. Cromwell, Lincoln Cromwell. W Nelson Cutlen, Edisr M Cumnock. A J Currsn. Hen II. H. Curtis, Brldfham. Cunts. Charles 0 Curtm William E. Cutter. Ralph L, larks. Aiwllff Clarke, Orenvllle. Clarke, l,ewt.. ( lift. Bdward H. Clinton, Franois Vf. Clonln. JnM K Clyde, Wlllliun P. CODD. Irvln 8 CMK W Bruce 'itllng. H I. Cochran, Alei. Smith. Cutting, R Tlarard Fulton. Co.hraSk lieorgs O. Cuttlm. H Cnirswell, Heorge K Kaly. Corn, litis J. l'aly. Eiieene V 1 U Jell. Fred R ana. Dr. C'larles I, Pavlee, J. Clarence. I'arli, H H Paele, Rlchart H. I'awson, Allan Day. Joseph P. Hay. William A liaylon. Charles W. Ifc-an. hashforrt. leai.lnn. r.r J V PS Brags. Joseph it. packer, navtd c. Hearing. E J Ie Forest. Robert W Ketones. Alfred, pslsjeld, Fr-d p Iielahunty. Thomas T. Ii-lano. Eugene Deuterh. Bernards Dextsr. Oeorjrs T. Dillingham. Charles B Dlttenhoefer. A. J Ilx. William r Dnellins Ioiils. Doerr William Donsfen. Nicholas t. Dnren. George H. Dorf. Samuel Dots. Douglas S. Douglse. Wm Harris Howling. Frank T. Downey. John P. Drake. Newman E Drsieer. Michael Iire.slsr. l.sorre. Drrsae. Charles F Duffieid. ReT Howard Duffy. Bernard W. ivlatnur. Dr H R DurTy. Peter D' lavan. Irr D Bryson Dulat. Alexander I.. Jxnt .Tullua Duncan. Louis. Demareet. William C. Deniutii, Iopold Do Navarro, Alfonto. Dench. Dr Edward B DepeWi Frsnlt Duncan. Willtam B iiunn. Oaro Dunne. Flnley Peter Dirkse C I) Dwlght, Flmund E. Edie. nertram r, E.trley. Corneltue J. Kalon Bradler L. KM-ts Charles II Kckstrtn. M Maurice. Rdey, Fr.l E RdntOIMS, Ttiomas C , Uwerde, Charles .i. Kds ardi. Clnrnee Bdwarda, E w. KrinariW Oeorge B ghert. The Kev i D I Bhrst, fieorge. jr. Eldllti, into M ! Klklis. Ahram I Klaherg. Nathaniel t Klaon. Edwin D Ely. Rotx-rt Ersklne Enelow. The Rev It English. William II bptgi Tlieo.tiFre C. RrTanger, Aiie Ernst, liemar t M I. Esterhrook It D Mien E W. Evan. II K Evans. Henrv Eviim... Rudolph Evans William T Evern. Mgr I.uke J Bvereon, .samuei Ewmg. Dr James Elliott, Percy D. Ellison. William n Dme. Junee C F. Pabbri, AUeesndrs Fnhneto,-k. William Fair. hjld. .Iilllan 1) Farley. J W Farrelly Stephen. Femer. Ik-ujaniln F Fell T Heel Fenner Hun I, Felininwir... Anthony J Feuerbach, F I. Plndley, WllllSH l. flnlay Samuel I.. Finn. Oeorge H. FMi Albert H Fihheck. Oarles F F .lier. Dr E.ard D Fi.her Irving K Emi Wilbur C Flint. Charl.a II Fofarty, Wiliiaro J Foirgui. Frank Foley. Alelarsler. Fot.-y, Jamoe A. Folks. Ralph Fojlmar, Charles .t Folsam. Henry T. Fortes A B For-i. jemee it Voren. lieerge W Foster. Arthur C I). Foster. William ii Foster. Thomas I. Fowler Thomas P Fox, Charles FTan'-olinl. Joseph X Frank. Josepn. .. Frayne llnh 'ery freuod. John C Fitzgerald, Ths nee e a. Irleilltin, Israel rnzieraia John j Prledlander (ieorge r , imiri.-K. r r r r .'.l. im M Furcatrick RlahSId Frissll. A I PlSgg, r . . Vrot hi nghnm. E V Fleiechmaa, Dr iienrr rrothlnghain J w r 1'tcher. Austin H Fbl'-her Nnac D Fleury. George a F'lerth. Em'l Fuller. Charles H Fuller. Seymo-ir K i (lair Itobrrt I t.allatin. Allrt E OSlluct, Lulls ! Oattrtn. John F Ooodrlch, e i Goodwin. Frank J Gougb, Wiii.jun Gould. Charles A. Gould. E.loln. could. Dr dward w Oouldsn. c. j. Oraee, Joseph p Cirsv John Clinlon Ore gOOn, Walter J flarrleon w ii ;,-,. Flls.rt II I. Fre,i K i.-u,. (. iston. (i II Jr I tint ling. Richard H I (ieorge. William (itbboney. Stuart fl r.reen. Warren I. Giiiesnie LaerfaiMo L. Gregory, C F John S 'finnan. Tneooore (iimbel. Isaac nlttlnga. Oeorge w Oodley, Oeorge MeM Qoelel Robert. Ooi.i Cornellui n Goldman Renu Gnldeboro. J It riohiwater. Dr is s Ootnnerc, Samuel Goodrll, Rev C E Goo lhue. Charles B c.rlsi om, CleotaiM A (Iriscnm I.lov.i C (.men If A Grosstn in the Kev Dr nudoipn, OtihelRien o i. Gude O J Guggenheim, S:mon Gunnison. F H. Gtirnee, A C Owethmey. J Tetnpts H. H van R M llas-e Daniel S II U . i- ! rle,-ll llaggin. L. T Ralgbt, A s Hale. Arthur. Hail. A c b . Hugh Hall A J Jlalbgan, H A HaiLv k. A n Hamilton. F 11 Hamilton. Henry D Hamilton, Wiin.-un P. D uuerllng, I nule M. II mini. ot.1. Ogden II H unmltt, Waller Hamilton Howard Harian. N W Itanauer. Jerome J. Ranavan, E Hannan N W HapffoolL Norman. 11 arden. James Hardin, A T Hards, Lamar Rerknees. William n Herman Sidiiey II Ib'ss. Simon Hester, the R, V St Clair Hewitt, Peter Cooper, Hiyble, (reorye H Hisble, Robert w Hicks. Fred-rick C ii II Pri i Trevor Hill ar.l. J Q Him F I. Htnea James J Hwaehman Stuard Ilodsmaii. G 11 Hoes Jam. - T Hoffman willlsa W. Hoile. James T Holm. Charles F II ilmes. E T Holmes Rev James E Holt. CuniN Honeyman Robert B Hooker. Henry S Hornaday vTllllaniT, Homwlta, le.ais j HorwIU, Edward T Hoyt , Colgate. Jr Rowland, Francs M Howland. William II Hubbard I T Hubbs, Charles f Huff, l'ersr F Hulbeeg, Fred Hulbert. Hon Murrey. Ilulst, Covert Hunt, lleekman Hunt. Ieavitt J H'lHey. Jam-s F Hulehlnson. Dr Woods llynes. Thomas i Harmon, William E I Rarrle, Arthur M , Harris John F ' Hart. Charles F I Hart Ixiuis f I Hastings Thomas I Hat hawsy. Charles l Rarantefer Fre-i c . Rayee, George B j Hegematli John R neiinroner Txuiis Helms. Tdreti Henry. George R nenry, W Hamilton llentz. Henry I. lvllr. John R Idehn. T F Ireland, tiurdon Jacob!. Ir AhdMham Jre-oiiy, Jitek Ja4wla Stanley p .Tiinn-. Pif win B Jiuneji. lir Waiter B .larmulownkr Harrr J'-n'ki Francia M Jennflaya. JVrcy H .Tohnnon. Isaae p Johtunn. Jlnhert IT .toliTimon. Be-nry S JonM. BaJph Jourdan. Jan.en II Jnuvaud. T.u.'ipii Joyee, WIKiani U Judfe, John 8 Jh. Hard. A 1 Jtihntun, Kliae M. Kaley, F. E Kat? Ja-'nh Kuulmann. 8 Walter. Kaniaiky. l.-on. Kean. Mar J. J. K' armi, B T K''.itnijT, Jett.me B Keatnar. ThomM F Kelir, tftmiav Keith, Minor C Ki inwtly. Alfred J. K Ofh. AleiRiuitir Kernoehan. TI-n Fred Kimball, IntraUt Kln-tred. Dr J J. K i ng, 1 ten tile S K.i.-, Jerome A Kllaisley, DSSWiS P, XsP, Henry Spies Kirk. Hiram M Klaw. Mar. Knapp. Joseph P Knniht. Charles It Km ml er Kolan.l F. Knot. William H Knox, William K Koeeloh, Carl A. Koch. IV. '' Koch. K van iler H. Kolui. Harry n Kouwerdiaveu. W. H. Kriuikn, F. J II Kleiner, Wilhutu N. Kunhardt, H R I.alify. Jamee J l.amh. 'liiirlea H Lajmhert, Dr, aaiual Lamport, h l-aiir-'i horn .la nh S. LaruffttU. ThtimaK J. Larkm, William P. i,hi hrop. Bponow J.alMttu, Almet lii'ed. Laura M liur-l Levy. BdSSr Leer, 1 Monteflore. lu sis. II Iavt-isnhu. A.lolph. lwisohn. Mam A. 1 jehteiiMttuu. H Lsliemhal Dr Howard. I.lmnln, C M Lindias, i en I.lnpmnn. I. J Lavefle, Mu m J Jvnwyslon. IMilli n. t.awi'e'Ki' Rl. -hard W. leieb. William. Jr I I :isim Wlllliun M l.olt, ueorac w. 1 ik all, F J IsOOl, John H l.orcli, Arthur I. oid. J Couper l.ounslnlry. Ju.lsoil. I.ueas. E. V W I.udlow, William 11 l.lllstnr, Jnhn H. l.ilstla. Maxwell. I.yileckrr C. E. t.ydon, Rlehanl P Lyons. Alexander Ltsioul, Altiert R. Leeinlns. T ' l ehmun Herhert h Isoch, John 11 Inland. Leeler l-ut. Charles A. Leonard. Wan-en A. lssli-r. Montstue. lafvere. Robert Isvl. Nathaniel R, Tcvlne. Samuel W. l.evenson, Joseph. M. m, -Aiioo. William. HeAlnln, ' H MeAvoy. TboniSS I. MisCabe, rrauU MeCerrolli WlllteiB MtClellan. lieorse 11. MoGiemant. " MeCambSi William F. M.s"ni.lt Anson T. M.s'nuk, 1'lnlin J Miu liniuilil. .lames A. M iiol i.miu .11 T. A. McDonnell Kohert F Masson Thomas I. Maur.v. Henrv Mayuar.l. Waller K Meaile. Iliehard W Mr. In..- Iir riiarle. B. Meloiley. William B Menilea. II, e Hey. Dr. 11 l'ereira Meiiulnser. lister L. Mr, rull. Allien It. Mrrrall. Waller Merrill. Alan 1'ouglas. neieair. M anion M ..eo, Ht K. J. HMill, Herman A Motlrath, Alfred J Meurer, Bdusrd -' M Soiire, I. M I) afclniosh. .lanies H VeKny lie, mliis 1 Mi Kennev, 11 Poller MiiXernon, It J V MilKnlshl J 0 Mi i. ine, ThnmM s M.U'.iii Amirea. XI..U,llu,, 1. Meyer, Cnaries ti Meyer, Kusene. Jr M.ves, Sidney Mlele, Slefano. m 1 1 1 .,1 - ii Johp a Nullum. John o . Jr Miller. A I. Miller, t'yrin 0. Miller. 0, It. Clark, J. H LIST OF 1,000 fornoliiis Vanderbllt Headi Exorutivp ( ommitti'o of Seven. PRELATE CHAIRMAN OF GENERAL BODY M N V.lv. James A MeSally. run MoRotsirts. Samuel MseRse. Faruuhar J. MeWiiiisms Albert F. Mahoii. J. B Mivksv. Clsrenes H Ms. ka Mali-olm S Msrr. Nelson Maer Vanln Mellon, fieortre B Malone. E.ivrard. Man A M Man 'v Hnrrr Mam Mannlns Kev W T Mara. V J MarMe. W A Marens. Joseph a Mareolles Hev M 9 Marine. ArlSndS Mareh. H W Msrs'iall. W H Marston Kilssr T. Msrtlnelale, J R Msrs. Henrv Mason. (Iiihrlsl R Mills. Orilen I. Montgomery. R H Mitchell. N. J Mia J Rowland Molllor. F A Montgomery. O P Morawrt. Vletor. Morleeal lien. Morean. John Hill Horean William F Morrenthau M t. Morris. Pave H Morris. Dr Iwis R Morris Newt'Old Morrlssey. James F Mnllan Oeorye V Mulhnlland. John J Mnnro. James J Mnnson. Frsnh 0 Murphy, linn Hants! Mnrrsv. Thomss F. Murray. William J Mnsehenhelm W .1. Mvh.m Willinm V Mrrli k. Julian s N. Ni.-holi. Adelbert a Nieholas ilrosvenor Nlehola William 11 Nissell. t.tlill ( o. ti RourUe. Hon J J. Oswald John Civile Outer bfidar F H Oliver W P Olypheat, Robert Nsthsn Ahrsm I. Nathans. Alfrest Newlsnd John Newman Henry KtCOlT, Courtlan.lt O'llrten. Morgan J Oehs Afh.lrh fishier. Alfred J Oleett, F. I Olson, John A PSI J Sealer I'M Ion Comle B 1'srU Ilr W H Parker. Alton II Parker. QeoTSf A Parker. John n Psrk.-r J Russell Parsons Herbert P.errepont Robert 1. Plerson. Iw is A Pinkert.in Allan Plaee. Ira A Plant. LeSMld. Pols Dr William M. P .llak Frsnels I) Post fleorse A Post. James H Poet. Howsrd K Porter Itoraee Porter. Nathan T Pratt John T P-nshrrv Frsnk Pries Waller W Prinfle J Proekauer Joeepl m Pillllier. Ralph Pillleyn John J Puriiy. I.awson P it nam. fteoriie H Partri.it- Dr I I. I'sllen. Hon T 0 Payne Oeorss I Pestiodr leorse R Psareon lr John B Pelr lor,s V W Perkins Willlsm M Perlman. Raphael Peters, Ralph. Phillips. A Phillips. Kills t. t Phillips Nslhsinel ll.Iseon. Jose Pierrepont. US. Q R. Juiney, C F n .nisav III. k ! Rot neon, Kofiiimnn. Hobtnton, Hohi npnn, it i m. Ruiiiiipf-n. Koimmti ktetr. H Aaron O Allsn rW verly R Pouflas F.I ward I N p Dwhattaa I Rayene Mi -hsel W i Kea. Oeorae BrooeoD Re.ni. William A. Regan ThomM I Ketch, William c I Reimer John II Hrlsner the Rev C F i Reus Morris H ! Remii'k William H Remln.'ton Franklin Reynolds, .lame. II. Rrinliar.l T M Rhinelan.ler. Plntlp Rhllielainler. T J O Richards, r. a Richards. K 0 I Rlchardi Rev , J H Richardson, 1 Ran Hi.i.S'r. Bernard H Rnl.lir Victor Riesenhlirser. Irv.ns Riley. Jamee J. Rmsler. F A Rlnrdan D J Kit-. r K P V Robert sou. c E n Rorrrn H:irry Rood. Henry Rnaen. teOOII Rooevelt, Tlio . Jr Rnooevi it w BmWti Rorid". Alexander 1 Rnn nwaldt IVnno RnpsitfT C I. RothachiM. Kmr l Rowe rr. -len- k W RowUnl. Will. am C Route ls"Mi M Rumrley. It K A Runjron, Carman H. Ruppert. J'"oh Ruannorr, i'h.rie e R) M, ..eorge J. Hl'a. Arihiir i IT -t H Samborn. Y F E Pmith .1 F Umith R a ' -niih Thorn i V IJ i ti N.ii h at. A s'n.iv. . Ribrtds 0 Mii ! r AN 0. Ppaldinir. Ohnrlen ! Si arkman. .ltineT'h 1) Spene-- .1 lle-aunjont. Spc.vr-r Janif-5.niir-a Arnon RiMMi. QttjitnnV fttftftli J Hnry !:hr WftHaf Stanicn Henry Sturr Df M Allen. S!it-Uler ("harWa. se i i Hirtn K. Sier-. Hon AHred R itMri H-nry Sl-ll.lee.Tef MotTiP '?.h;trt:t Joonn II ft el la lr Antotuo Stt-rnffl'i Tlu-ntlore Merry. FrL atew irt lr ';.orcw B .ulluell L,ew;. U .M iniPon, H.-rry I. UttmMin. It t saw.! A Stoddard, V It Jr Lfto klaJ i Hoary I. Mono. I F Stn-y Klnior C st r.iielMnirir.r RMIUol st roua. J'-rnse Inulor Salterlee. lb rt-Tt 1. Seundera. w l. ire. Hegn. ilil II base. John Ii Schnap Michael S. Iii. flelln Wm. J SehlS, Jiv oh H Schiff. Mortimer I. Schlrmer, Rudolph E. Schley, Orant H S hmilt. Frank J ehnelder, Hart I S. lit.der. Wm F Si i,i ider, Sam son a B hneider. Samuel R Bchulman, Rev nr. s. I S hllltheis. Anton sonuyier. A. uiey c Seofleld, Oi irse S s..it, rjMirse I S.ott Walter Scnbnor. Charles Scully P Jowptl Seliaman, is;ia , m Belli E. w Semple, Lorense Sexton. RiOm rl II Shaw. A F Sh;,w. Altiert Shav Jamee Q Sheffleld. James R Sherrill, Chirlei H. Olioles. A E sbonnard i, H Sbonta T p Shinier, w m rcan ram Os ir ! Seller. IliKilev F S raus. Per. y R Blrons. benlattiln Jr , Sullivan. Andrew T sidjivan. Corn.'!. us Siuliv an. Franct . j Sullivan. Hon tl S s il'man Matthew v,i .e. Herberl H Blrcel. Hon Isaac Blmondl Frank "lav ha. k. Ed F Sleieher. John A Sloaue. William fimllh. Ilr A Ales Smith. A 11 Tanner Ft. ck C Toch, Herman Tow ne. Charl.-s H TOWTle, Hi-n-y R. Tuaiieeikj. a f T,w nsaqd. Wsjier ri Traitn. Benjamin d Treed well, ll w Trlvus L.iuisl. Trtwedale w h Tinker Fr.il ik Tarns. J F Tanpan. J B Tausslt. WsJiar M. rayior. w c Thtbaut. Re-hard E Tbnroas.Charl.sli; M Thompson, lbuirr S Thompson, WUliam B. Thompson. Ilr W (1 Tiernan. Hon J Harry Tumliri le. William. THioicr. Charles I urn. r, H t Tut hill Hnranst Ti ler. Prank H Tyler. William. u. ITnterverf. Israel TiIImci. (ieorae W run Bernard T,. Toch, Henry M . Underbill, w a Van Antwerp Wm C. Van or VanCortlandt. Aug. Vei lery, Vandtrlln. F a i'itiiiiu. V an Slislexen. Kow arrl t. Fred B M J w. Wade. Wli,. am 11 ,t tr, Koii-n F Waaonar, P I. WaTilman. Morris d Walker. H II. Wajivor, J Iiernhard Wall. Rlht Rev. Mirr. Francis H Wall. William F Wallaoe, John F Wallach Samuel Wallls. Frederick A Wananiaker. Koilman. Wardinan Ervln. Warren. Whltnir Wtsrm.in. Frank D Welkins, c c . jr Welih. (i lYcufllton Webh, Silas Ii W.bh. J. Wutson Webber, Richard Weil Samuel Wems, Jacob Welch .1 Hart Wheeler. Edward .1 Wheeler. Howard D White. ArchHud I S White. Charles White. Horai'e. Whlti .1 Whltrldn. V W. Wiernlk. Peter Wilbur John A Wiley, Ispuia Wllgue, Wlllliun J Wime.. Denis w. Williams, Arthur Wllliame, Tuoott Wllhenie. Thomgi WiIIisk, William l wni.su, William R Wilson Qeorve T Wimhrop, Brtinepn Witherheti rranh s. Wise. Id. aril Wis,.. Henry WltteBiann, Harnta. K. Wolharet, iir a I. Wolfson. Iso Wood, Arthur E Wood. Henry A. Wlee, Wood. John C. Wnodhome. Henry. Woode. Arthur. W . Wllham Wreg. A K, WronUer. Ir T, J, Wykrs, Hunter Vounr, Richard York. Her John C jSMlSkU, Ceorte I1 QPER MONTH ON PLEDGE Xo0F PERSONAL PROPERTY I THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MANHATTAN. BKONX. Fourth Arenue. Mr, a.Vh Htreev Courtlandt Ave., I Kldrldao Hlreet. vor. Itlvlnstun St. BKOOKHN. m s. ii ssih n,l siltK si. Smith St., eor l,llllKSton St. Heventh Ae.. list, esth and 4IHh Ml. lirshain Avenue, eor DelievolM at. I.eiinaton Ave, eor l.'lih Hlreet. lMtkln Avenue, cor. Itoeltaway Are. orsad itreet, eor. oUotoo ItrsM. fy r k iTknt- t TTa iui e ITTi n 1 Kaet TM ., bst, UtlBfltOB ft ad Ave I LQANf BKPAU) within I I Kset Houston It., SOT. BSSH si J) TWO WKKKS FItOM 1 ATK j WILSON DEFENCE PLAN DEPLORED BY DR. WISE Advises nt Cnrnocfio Hall Auiiinst mindly Following: President. Mtro in sorrow thar. anrr, the Ttev. Dr. Htephmi P. Win eondemn'l Presi dent W'llaon yesterday afterrionn In i"". rnedi Hull for insist, njc utmn a cer tain amount of military prepnredness Rahbt Wise enmeslly praised the 1 'resident's slnrerlt y and admlttSsl tho President s rle,inneHs of motive, but ho told his nudleneo that tho American peopls ouarht not to follow Presldont Wilson Mindly Just becauso bo wji President. "It is for(cottnn for the moment." ssld Dr. Wise, "that the orrupant of tho Whlte Houss will not always be a Woodrow Wilson and that the time may romo when the awful weapons we aro forarlns; as a nation may be used not only unjustly with respeet to other peo ples, but to the eternal damapre of our own souls. There Is DO em h thin so war pn-parcdnoas." Ur. W ise regretted that tho President had not used "hli ureal power of wlno and Just resasonlnir to point out the needlussness at this time of a do CloiOfl toufhlnK war preparedness." He tboriRlit that t he mnfldern e of tho nation In the I'residnnt was sueb that his word mlftht haVYi averted "tho fate ful decision we seem doomed to maks." "Tf men had hut the itift of vision, eald Dr, Wise, "they would see tbst 1 after this war tbitiKH an never airaln be as thev w ere nrid that In dosplte of every hatre-1 engendered hy this wti r the peoples of the oarth will not bo; ready to resume this murderous and suicidal strife. After tho rruel war Is ended who knowa but that the pao ple: of th Mfth 11 rise up In nnolt and destroy tlie whole mad order"1 Petter that tbnn that they should for ever continue ti destroy one Another without cause nnd u tihout any en-j mlty.M "The order of the day for our democ- rscv la the leadership of the world In the direction of peace preparedn sf," snld Pr. Wise He si!d that be did not believe the j people if this country were taklna: Theodorei Ri-oaevelt eerlo'iplv as re IPirds the ex-PreM:dent's stand for more ooldlers and sailors and a general up- buildins: of Uit country s military re- oources. P.AST0R OPPOSES MORE GUNS. tr. .rrffrrson Fears Prepnre.tnea Will lend to War. I-erlarlrfr that "a bACt lovlnC penpir can Ive dr.iMiteii int . war by tic !r nuns. ' 1 r. i'iiarles P Jiff-r!"n spoke at the Proadway Tabernacle laal nltrht In oppo- Itlon t the Wa.-hlnirton AdnMr;;' i a tlon'i defence pntfaTrimme. In I'1! c urse of bin address he said : 'Nlre.it Britain nd .lermar.y were' shoved apart by their navies, and ler many and the T'n.ted States can W I forced Into permanent hostility by tho ; (same means And not only can the; j Government of (.ermany be eafranise.l : i from tis by our Indication that wv look I upon her as a murderer and a robber, I ! but w-e cji (rtve pain to the millions Ofl jour Gcrma:. population and Introduce an I j element of ilipor-l into our national lite ) Which will work hnvo.-. 'What Is our Government tbinklnir ' of in it preparing any ( onstructlve i fs-'heme to prHeTit to the council of na tions when Miis war la ended'' "We briT.- had three foreign wars and j we have forced them every one. We are not likelv to be Improved in thee re-i-jjumM, by multiply lng the number of our weapons." PITILESS PUBLICITY TO GET DEFENCE DATA American Society Will Wage Campaign for Dlieloaare of Experts' VitMvs. WASH IN0TOH, N'ov. 11. Step-i are i about to be l iken by the American Pe- Ifenoi Society to compel the Admlnlstra- tlon to make public the reports und recommendation i of the navy's Qaneral Board and the General staff of 1 1 , - army ! In the matter of national preparedness. The society takes the stand that when Cong re coenee ti legislate on ttuaatlom I Of defence this winter It should have I at its disposal data prepared by the ' military experts of the army and navv. In a stataement made publie to-night Col. C. H. Thompson, chairman of tho 'society, declared the Administration could be compelled to give publicity to the reporls of military experta only by public eentlment. 'So far the people have been allowed to have only the Administration pro gramme," paid Col. Thompson. "How Is this programme to be dlSCUSSSd with out the opinions of the urmy and navy experts and advisory board'.' "Should this effort for 'pitiless pub licity' of the expert rocommendaiiiona prove unavailing the American Defence society proposes to Include the demand for information In the demonstrations it is arranging f"r 'defence la,' Decem ber i. the dme on which Congress w in ! llHSellllile. "In i omphalic with requests from the society tho Governor! of several St lines already hue designated He. em ber il as 'defence day' and have Issued proclamations to this end. The Gov ernor of Maryland Is reported as the first of several to fnSkS this design. i- I ion." NEW JESUIT HEAD FOR U. S. ' (imwlh of Ortler Lead lo ( rralloii of en " MU(nn ) . Bai tim hr, Nov, 14. The rtvpnl (frowth of the Jeeult c.rder in th I'uite.l ItaVtea nn,l of the limtltutluna umier ll ObaiV thla rountry Ilka !-l to the creation of an ' iubitanry" here. Here- tofore the Unltad Btatet wa Included in tht Efinjplleh cuHsistfuu j . which Included aim Great HritaJn aini Canada Tiie Hev. Thorna ):tnnou. who had been head "f 'be MlfaOUfl province, hart hHn rianvad tha brat American Hi-iHUtui.t ! Tim tipltointment ih for life in thii country thera nrv four jt-Huit provlnrea, Marylaml-.N'ew York, NYw OrlatrMi Mif)url ami Cullfon.hL There I;, ulao the !nlion tT!ltory of New j Mexico nnd Colorado SWIMMER NEAR DEA TH WITH TWO MEN TIED ON HIS BACK psw J rfc irlaW B'Nato'-all. Tm HB "adaP Wlfl .K ' C otf anl i I mm I ' - J "opvrlali A:M'"i ! Vrpn Aisnrllnti Harrv Elionskv and his twn hflner; ln;hef1 tn hm a. thv were when he swam Hnrrr RHoiMttX, who ttutled New by Moompllihlnc feati in t:,.' ihw youtif ewlmmer Yr.ru more than mir. ifipArently Impoeelble . save Hi, RhlbirJon of wiromlnc throiuch Hell Qata yeatar day, in whloh lie and Ills two eompaitl -ns ame near loalni tii-:r iiw-s. Bllonaky swim Hall ii.ito w:i'i two man laahad m lus back with ri and hia own bandi er.'t feel securely bound, Thi eouraa taken by he thrro atArtad fnm a launch off i:. hty-sixtn el reel, oppoalte BlAckwalla laland, and ended at th, new paHrnad brldca at Ward'i laland, Wia dletarire wiui oovcro.1 In Dancing It's to be the fad this Winter. Society has set the seal of its approval on the skates. Every body is learning. Some advice from an expert and pictures of some of the leading exponents of the difficult art In THE SUN Next Sunday Other striking illustrated features of next Sunday's SUN will be: Mountain Fighting on Italian Border Reasons of the apparent deadlock explained. Illustrated wi.th recent photographs of the most pictur esque fighting on any front. Virginia's Tribute to Gettysburg Heroes Description and pictures of F. William Sievers's superb Monu ment soon to be erectod on field. War in the Garden A beautiful picture of the Valley of Mesopotamia, have occupied, is a striking feature of The Pictorial Magazine For next Sunday. Other high lights among the many beautiful ami portant pictures, all reproduced in photogravure, will be: Actual scenes of fighting at Agua Prieta on the Texas border Novel sidelights on the great war. Charming brides and debutantes of the season. Scenes from the current plays. 1 ' through Hell date. ihlrty-three minutes. VloeCommodora liavld Qardeila or Nan Lsondon, a msm- ber of t!is c. mnei'ttiiit division of tho American Llfa Kavlner Boclesty, was one f Klioiisky'a aastanis. The other waa ,li.se'h PttSpatliol. of Now Vi.rlc. a mem ber of iho aoplety and a esall known ewlmmer htmaalf, The c itnblnad walahl ' flardella and nn. i Etloniky .;ir..le. Fltapatiick was sos hlmeeK weighed Whirlpools 1 iii rrdsril Prrll. Tlia awlm s.i. made eapeclally dan eeroua by the whlrlpoola that waraen rountered, It was ono of thos that peme near to putting a fatal ending to the trip, Pltspatrlck and Gardella wore on the Ice Order Next Sunday's SUN To-dau THE SUN Sells Out Early tied with thlrty-nv fsst of rop t Klloneky'e back, one of tlioni os, , , , , of Ma ahouMore. Thr1- hands laahsd In front across lite eheM, i caueo of the rieralrnr al.ut him nmmsr oould onlv hrsviths. 01 -n r minute when his OssfllpgAIOAjl srrtr . i tholr arms and put their r under water to let hltn vmo up rest of the time Klionslty was Somph etihnier.rr.1 The awlm waa flntshad and Rltonal had slsrnalled to the launch ehi h compnnled him to come luid takl out of Ihe water when tho three rauaht hy a larit-a Whirlpool. r Patrick and Gardella becatna i . etrliken as they were horr n imiier I etruitRled to free themselves. Their efforta pulled BtlonRky furl under. Noii.. of them could v- i'-. and ell were on thn point of drowi when ha launch (to! lo thsrn . helped them out of tha Mr.- t boat Itself neaxlv milled I.) the , ger, for the whirlpool swept 1 , ., the etruagllnst men so that It came is, to crushing- their heads. A ri.nlls Ila Waa Near limnnlnn Klionaky admitted after t1 RdVsf ttira waa over that tie had been . drowning. He hail trleil f..r twn . to aet two coinpittitmis for t le fetal wliloh had never heen trh I 1" ! had advertised end Challenged s t mere to make the exhll.il Inn with His companions of yester.l iy were ;.e auadeil onli- afler l.inic argument. Rome of Klloneky'a past performai tneludo ewlmmlnn ll'll 0at In is" jacket, towlne a rnwboat with mvi passengers Ave miles while thai and maklna a continuous s m . twenty-two hours In nn untUO eaeful ' terrpt to mako Sandy Hook, frotn ' i riaitery. 31 CHINESE GAMBLERS CAUGHT noyere afreet demise riaee Rglgeil by Ilxsryer'e fen. A nieiry itarna of fan tail and more occidental paeitme k:,on inipa were provldlne exritement f' about fifty ililnameti In the basement o' IS'l Imyera a'reot last nlthl '!' hane; on the door announced l ge Bilttf of Inepeetor Pwyer's st iff Wahtexi to take u hand. In abo it p.ve . . Kller wae Inside through a epl.n'e a pUMl and Chinamen were e. i ry rats from a trap out haek paaaagna that ha'e made Chinatown famotlt, Thlrt-onn of the gMiblani Went cauaht and taken to nlKiit emit. ..-, they were fined $2 earn It wis : .. rest raid Dwyer haa made llnof i.e to the dlatrlc.t. MURDERS HIS FRIEND S SON visitor shoots Hoy After quarrel With Father. The murder of ESmlllO Zaroone '. ycare old. of 13112 Ocean avenu Turk. In his home laat tilth: by . Ol is i 11 il Ian friend of his father, f .r no appal reason eo far a the police have b able to learn, lias etlrrerl the detect forces of Queens borouch to the ri activity. The all'Red murderer !" Don Eollo, SO years old, who llve Ii neighborhood. He was a visitor at Ocean avenue bouse las, night lie ' some words with the boy s father thev were drinking beer. Eolto 1 but returned in a few minutes He dered the boy to hold up bis hand then etnrt him. Zollo ran out '' house after the crime and hue not b found. t 1 : France's Great Ammu nition Factories How the republic has risen to meet the unprecedented demand. Illus trated with remarkable new photo graphs of the great Creusot plants. Remarkable Find of New Poe Poems Full story and facsimiles of discnv cries that throw new light on the life of the unfortunate poet. of Eden which British troops in'.- I