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Ttfg SUM, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81. 1(15.
SHEFFIELD DENIES i ATTACKS HEW TALE DYNAMITEK SCHMIDT HE CHOKED HIS WIFE ABOUT THE CREATION tawyrr Hmyn Iff Trlwi. but Conld Not Curt 1lr of Being Untruthful. CURIOSITY OVKtt WOMAN Thl Mrs Ren Oary Sheffield, who wnii "Tri Ooklen Hollow" and other novels, hu nor untruthful all hr life, that she not only exaggerated thing, but 114. wan th blunt assertion mad by her husband, Juiitua miafriaid. New Vol lawyer and member of th Har vard and Lambi' rluba, before Vlre- hancellor Vivian M. Lewis In the Chan cery Chamber In Jersey City yester day afternoon. He eald he had devoted mtteli of Ma married life endeavor ing to teach the author how to be truth ful, but be confessed that he had failed. fthef!H. who Is seeking" a divorce for desertion, while Mrs. Sheffield In turn Is suing for a decree under a cross peti- lr. John I'. I'ftrm IHipntM Prof. LanBrdon'n Claim H irarrllnir Trnnliitlon. KXPEf TH 0000 RESULTS Th nev. Dr. John P. Peters, known as one of the ablest Orientalists In this country, he attacked Prof. HUP hen I-amrdon ' claim to the discovery of a new tale of the Creation and the Flood from fragment of aa early Assyrian lay tablet which he announced recently lie had translated, in an article which npeara In thin week's CauroAmea Dr. Peters both denies that the translation can be asvumed to b correct, and that van If correct It bears any relation to the Biblical story Of the Garden of Eden and the Ark of Noah. Dr. Petem for some time was a pro feasor In the fnlverslty of Pennsylvania and was at ha head of the American empsdltlon which lnveettated th re mains of the old city of .Nippur, in CON VICTED OF MURDERS Mechanic Who Helped the McNamara Brother. Blow Up the Lot Anfe.ee "Times" Building May Get a Life Term. i ln. In wh'rh ahe charges that she was Assyria. Through his arenasoiogicaa i- ths victim of her hisband'a "auntie j TJZ "Zll".'.!! bt' ,. T . ' reconstruct mtny Irrgmrtam and o- . ruelty," further testified that she for ) clouda stalls of early Oriental hls years f ven Oown to the present time tory. In the ."AarcAmoa he attack had been treated with "extreme brutal- Prof. Langdon's claim In part as fol i (w Iowa : . "Th tablet la written In the ancient r.risa Over flumerlan language of Southern Haby- Carlaaa Ox-er Waasaa. lonta, not In Semitic Babylonian. The Since the beginning of the trial a ; latter can be read with a high degree of woman with Iron gray hair quite closely 1 precision. The reading of Sumerlan I Topped and tnoet of the time wearing a ' still largely guess work and fsw would light brown dress has been an Interested ' be bold enough to claim any certainty spectator Yesterday afternoon she took ; for their reading of a Sumerlaei Inacrtp a seat beelde Sheffield and his counsel, i tlon of this kind and character. JJerrltt Uanr. Mrs Bheffleld and her ! "Taking, however. Langdon's own friend were curtoua to know who aha translation (It la In such literal shape might be. Homo of the more romantic tnat )t should be called a transcript vowed that she was "the mysterious lady'' rather than a translation and cannot be wl'h whom Sheffield had frequently been understood without explanation), and seen by a private detective, who test)- hu 1 do not see how. It can bear Med at Wednesday- session. The young i , rpreutlon he ha given It. womai helped he myatery along by jgSJSlm to saV that rep yin to Inquirl. aa to her Identity h7bt will I can see no ground "J"' &L& .""J!"."' T'.'E" ,Tu for eupposlw this tablet to contain an PU.v!"nf " '7rt..,h!iV' have anything to do with Toward the do of the afternoons ' 2" . ,n gU or the Pall It I M...on cunoH.ty jot the better of J. H fftSU ZZSL. and t;allaghan. Mr. Hhemcla counsel, ami w,..ii.. r,.r,h.r ,mn.ltlon and he asked fhitrleld her name. "If -yon Were more polite I might tell you, replied Hhelllcid. the fuller and further translation and Interpretations which will doubt lese re sult from the publicstlon of the text will rxr, even It i . , . . ne awHiteii won imvicsi. rw. ira, lawyer, sssa. no si,i ,,ir , imaroret reiieuiMT the quest on. The tine Mr. ' ,' " . i" , n,... n. lnc objected. After much talking. In ' ,hl" "J? " uWLSJ which TWh laa-yers and the aKnees 5 th' h " i. K! joined and all were admonl.hsd by the r"l..l l"""'?" , 1T1.,?'he court, the quest. on wan allowed. Shef- to make like attempta until finally we shall set s correct reull "It Is the old story of men looking for ItnpopKlhle naradlsea and fountains of life ami opening tnc way to me dis covery of vinlinagltied lands of reality. By the iiuhllcatlon of these texts the I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania Is render ing It possible for etudente the world over to study the material of the e cavatlons at flrst band; and so dlfllcult are some of them that a long time may elapse and many mistakes be made te fore we obtain final results." Angelas, Dec. an -Matthew A Schmidt, who waa arrested In New York after a five year chase on a charge of being an aoeompllce of the McNamara brothers n the dynamiting of the Loe Angeles Times plant was convicted to day of murder in th first degree after th Jury deliberated forty-five minutes. The verdict waa reached on the Bret ballot and included a recommendation of life Imprisonment for Schmidt. Following the verdict Judge Willi, who hoard th case, announced that he would pronounoe sentence Monday morn ing Although there ver many nereone In the court room, there was so eoen when the verdict waa read. Matthew A. Schmidt, with the Mc Namara brothers and other exponents of violence, dynamited the Lee Angelee rimes Building In 110 and caused the death of twenty-one men employed by that newspaper The Timet, owned and edked by Oen. Harrison Gray otis, was an untiring and unsparing opponent of labor anion vlclousneas. and had called upon Itself by fearless denunciation the pent up Hatred of the lawless agitators Schmidt waa long at liberty after the McNamara brother ware arrested and convicted, but on th night of February I, IMS, he was arrested In Columbus Circle here by Detective William J. Bums. Burns could have locked Schmidt up weeks previously but delayed acting In the h pe of being led by Schmidt to Schmidt s kcoampllcea In the los An geles murders. When Schmidt waa ar raigned In police court here he was flippant and Insolent. Schmidt I a mechanic and la 14 year of ago. Of medium height he dresses well and apeaka clearly and exactly. He has blond hair, but only one good eye, and wears a email mustache AN IDEAL NEW YEAR'S GIFT MOtTQAM OflTIFIOATU 6 UWYIM MOtTMSE 00. W Ukcrtygt .S 1. IH Meatagse gt. Ja. SWANK TO ANNOUNCE APPOINTMENTS TO-DAY New District Attorney Ex prftcd to Retain 25 of Per kins's Staff for Time. District Attorney-elect Smann will an- INGRAHAM, PRESIDING JUSTICE, QUITS TO-DAY Announcement Made After Gift From Appellate Di vision Attache. ROOSEVELT IS FOR GOT. JOHNSON FIRST Colonel's Close Friend. Oeorsre E. Miller, So Declares In a Despatch. Detroit. Dee. IP Oeors-e R Miller, the Washington correspondent of the Detroit Ver and a close friend of Col. Roosevelt, senda the following to his Presiding Justice George U Ingraham nounce hi appointments to hi staff thle of the Appellate Dlvttion of the Supreme afternoon. He eald yesterday "at , Court announced yesterday that he would Alfred J. Talley. who managed Me cam pahm. would not be one of hie statutory assistants. In making thle faot known Judge Swann said: at la a eouroe of extreme regret to me that I have been unable to persuade tender Ma resignation to-day to Oov. Whitman either In person or by malt. This announcement was mads after a number of the Appellate Division court attaches had presented a silver lea and coffee set to the retiring Justice. The Alfred J. Talley to become one of my presentation speech waa mads by Jus rtrst aselstsnts. Mis experience and abd- tlce John Proctor Clarke. Ity aa a trial lawyer would have added jn response to the presentation Jus great I y to-the strength of my staff. butltjM ingraham apoke feelingly of his MRS. KETCHUM GETS SEPARATION DECREE JuMtice Blfinoharfl Comments Sharply on Testimony Given by Husband. geld said she was Miss (Irace Potter and admitted mat she had assisted him In his investigation Axtked about his attempts to effect a reconciliation. Sheffield said the first time he broached the subject was ,n the early nun of 1?1 1. He said that Mrs. HheflleM, although .h did not assent to the plan, did not offer any opposition. He said he was consequently nurprlstd when, four or five days later, she gnt him out of bed one morning about J :30 o'clock he had a hall bedroom in a Japanese lodg ing house at til West Thirty-eighth atreet. which cost him 14 a week and when he appeared In Die lower hall th.s la xlat shv said I "Justus Sheffield, I've come to tell you what my ternti arc. I want the entire control and custody of Barbura. I want an allowance I ftheffleld said he could not retnerabelT- .whether It was 12,100 or IJ. too a year. I want a divorce. If you don't, agree to my terms, then I shall expos yoV I shall write to every per son yon hav- dealings with and ex pos you." flheffield denied that he ever abused his wife He branded as false the charge that lie had choked her on night In the pi e: tare of company because the wine was not Iced. AVecllon fine's With Moaey. RheftteM said that his wife appeared to have great ufTecton for him until he became financially Involved in June, t:. and when he went "Mat broke ' she apparently lost all Interest In him. He aid that one day he telephoned out to their home in Short Hills and aeked her to join him In New York. He said he wanted her to help him get his nerves together and to comfort him. . . "She refused to come, saying she li.ul Invited Charles Samuels, a New York lawyer, to spend the evenlna with her," I Introduced her us DM wife In his church Sheffield continued "When I went home 1 arid aiming Ills friend-. Sneaking of his I saw them In a room on the second floor mlstTess Ketrhum said : "I certainly be aming 'very close together on h divan lievo that 1 was living to the best of I later took her to task for It and ahe my anility and knowledge to pleaee said that she was being nice lo Samuels ,;,! always tried to." Justice lilan for my sake because she wanted him to ,.,anl's comment on this was : help me. "f the defendant con And In such a "A short time afterw ard when I was I situation something pleasing In the sight Just .foxing off one night she kept me of he t.a readily Justify his own awake telling me how much ahe loved ,.)lm,.encn n the perpetration of the acta Samuels. She said she couldn't help It," nU wlf Kael against him and In added Sheffield. 'giving false testimony concerning them. Vice-chancellor IwW will est a date The defendant's veraclly seems to be today or Monday for the resumption of of thf Bum, piutle Us his morals. There Supreme Court Justice Blanchard, whose team expires to-dsy, handed down a decision yesterday In the separation suit of Mrs. Ada Brown Kclchuin against Kverett Phoenix Ketchum, lawyer and Yale graduate. In which each asked a decree from the other. Justice Hlanchard not only ruled that Mrs. Ketchum Is "ntit'.ed to a decree, but declared that the charges against her were not proved. He commented shaivly on Ketcnumn lestltnony. lusilce Hlanchard pointed out that KetChufn admitted that he had lived with mistress for eight years and that he 1 could not induce him to give up Ma private practlcs.' It Is expected that Judge Swann will announce that he has retained, tempo rarily at least., more than twenty -live men now on the staff of Dletrh-t Attorney Pertains. Many a-ho have served for: five or six years have resigned. Among thsm are leldore Woseervogel, Millard H. KUtson. William H. L. Kdwarda. Deacon Murphy. Robert C. McCormlck. Arthur C. Treln, Charles r. BoetwUk. Joseph Du Vlvler. Oeorge Z. Medalle. t'harlea N. flint. John Warren Hill and Howard C. Dickinson, buclan S. Brack en rldae as chief clerk and T K. Nile, secretary to Mr. Perkins, have nlso re signed, to take effect to-day. Court attendant and Interpreters In the Court of General Sessions, where Judge Swann presided for several yesie, gave hire a bronsr desk set and a foun tain pen yesterday. The clerks of th court will make him a present to-day. The ceremonies attendant upon Judge gwann taking over the District Attor ney's office will take piece to-morrow morning In the library of the Criminal Courts Building. Judge Mulqueen, one of the two remaining Democratic Judges of Osneral Sessions, will swear In the new appointees. Judge Malone, the other organisation member, la III In St. Vin cent's Hospital. to tnooood Me A near as reeeJaWnt. Tts Deenecratir iiieejber of the Board of Aldermen which will com Into being to-morrow held a jatiene y eater day to decide upon candidates to be voted for Monday at th organisation meeting. FVank U Dowllng, an Alderman for eighteen years and minority leader for th last two years. I th choice for vice chairmen. He will become President Of the Board when Mr McAneny retiree next month. Francis !. Kenny of th forty. ninth dletrlct. Brooklyn, was named for chairman of the finance com mute and P. J. Scully, who has been City Clerk for eighteen years, was named to succeed hlmeelf. The npubl1csn AJdermen-elect also caucused yesterday, choosing Alderman Henry H. Curran as candidate for vice chairman, Frederick H. Stevenson of Brooklyn for chairman of the finance committee and Frank J. Dotsler, who failed to be reelected from the Sixth dis trict, for City Clerk. Since there are fifty-four Democrat and only twenty Republican th Demo cratic candidates will probably win. At the meeting Monday a sergeant at arm and eight assistant' will be elected end ths chairmen and member of th vari ous committees will be announced. 67 FIRMS CHARTERED Df DAT. regret over severing relations with hi loyal associates and eald : "This was too much for you to give. I accept It. as I would agy gift you might have made me, aa an expression of your affection. I consider thle one of the greatest rewards which th eenflre I have rendered the State have produced." Presiding Justice Ingraham explained that he found it Imperative to resign because he had only two veers longer to serve and that he needed a rest at present. (Mr. Whitman announced In Albany yesterday that he had designated Su preme Court Justice Alfred R, Page and Vernon M. Davis to sit In the Appellate Division, th designations being made at the request of Use present members of the division. Justice Davis will not take hi seat until the middle of Janu ary, after he has disposed of pending litigation. It Is expected that as soon as Justice lngraham's resignation I In Oov. Whit man's hands he will deetimate .luetic Clarke aa !rlding Justl SOLID FOR FAXRRA1TKS. ladiaaa . O. P. for lllae. Kea- tacklan Prosalars state. Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 80. Charlee Warren Fairbanks was put Into th Presidential race to-day by the Repub lican party of Indiana, meeting her. His name was offered by Kdward P. INGRAHAM ENTERS LAW FIRM. Partner of ahrehan. Announcement has been made that the kmw firm of Ingraham. Sheehan A Moran will come Into existence at 14 Wall street to-morrow morning. The new Arm la composed of Oeorge 1 Ingraham. William P. Sheehan, Sam uel F. Moran and Charles II. Warner and succeeds the older Arm of Hatch A Sheehan Justice 1iigrahm. th new member of th firm, who will be Presiding Jus- Morrow of Kentucky, who pledged Ken- tic of the Appellate Division until mid turky' support. night to-night, succeeds former Jus- Among the speakers was W. E. Hum- tic Kdward W. Hatch, who retired from pt.reya of Washington. All attendance active practice In October, record for the meeting were broken, ' When Alton B. Parker nlerd private th crowd Including many from the fold I practice In It, after hla race for the of the Bull Moose. 1 Presidency, th firm name waa Parker. A constructive policy for world trad Hatch A Sheehan. Mr. Hatch having was urged by Mr. Fairbanks, when he , left th bnch. It continued under that he spoke, after a nv minute ovation, nam until 1H, when Mr. Parker re "One thing whlnh ha com very clearly to my understanding as the re sult nf extended additional communica tion with Cot. hoosevelt IS tlrat of all th Presidential possibilities hi first preference for the Republican nomina tion I Oov. Johnson of California. "Col. Roosevelt leaves no doubt In my mind that he believes Johnson could lie elected, because If nominated he would have behind him the united strength of both the Progressive and Republican parties ; eleo that he believes Johnson as President would be as finished and efficient an official as he has been In the Governor's chair. "Rut th Inference Is to be drawn that the Colonel has not attempted to promote a Johnson boom for much the same reason that makes him think a Hoosevelt boom would not be opportune, though, to be sure, Johnson has not Indicted the German Government. "I think th Colonel hold the belief that the Republican leader could not be Induced to accept Johnson, hut I am sure that from every point he regard the California Governor a the man of all others whom this country ought to support It I to be Imagined that If Col. Roosevelt were to speak his mind he would declare Johnson head and shoulders the best tnsn for the Presidency. "It Is not fair to Col Roosevelt, how ever, to Indicate tnat ne nes sain any thing to lead one to believe him willing to select any one man to push for the Presidency at this lime, nor any one man to oppose. It Is quite evident to me that he does not propose to assume that position. When he says he would support Hughes. Radtay, Knox. Johnson or Hrt1ck he means them as types ami not Individuals, of course by thts he means that he would not support men who doe not 06HM up to that standard "Col. Roosevelt give me the dlsllnit Impression that he is not disposed to throw a monkey wrench Into the ma chinery unless the Old Guard first proves conclusively that it cannot forget and cannot learn "The great volume of demand from Republican that lie permit hlmeelf to he put forward ontlnue to pour In upon Col. ttooeelt. To all of these Inters I have reason to tielleve he returns but one reply. This Is that lie is not en gaged In trying to rally man about him self personally, but to rally em about the Idea be la supporting One he ent to Gov. Stoke of New Jersey read: " 'tEAK t envxRNOR : That's mighty nice of you. I do not care to hav people com round to me personally, but I very much care that they should OOtrM round to the Idea I am championing ' "It I fair to add that during a rather long experience with the Colonel I never have observed that a man went wrong if he took Hooevlt at his word." I II, 43 Oetlleatri af lacnrpora- tlaa Takea Oat In the Year. .VLBAST, Dec. 30. Tht present wave of rneral business prosperity waa re flected at the office of Secretary of State Hugo to-day. when all of the record In trie number of new stock companies In corporating In a single day In this State were broken. A lotsl of sixty-seven new concerns took out the necessary paper to-day under which they will do busi ness. The best previous day was sixty two. With on day's business still to com a total of 10,411! certificate of Incor poration have been filed by stock com panies with Secretary Hugo this year, aa compared with 1.143 In 114. HEW MEDICIHT LAW UPHELD. AttoraeyxUeaeral Think City Ha Power to Mafarre Ordinance. ALBANY, Dec. SO. Attorney-General Woodbury has advised the State Board of Pharmacy that there Is nothing In the Stat law which conflicts with the power of th New York city Board of Health to enforce the ordinance com pelling the regletratlon of all Ingredient of proprietary' and patent medicine sold In New York city. This ordinance be come effective tp-morrow. CAMANZA CHANGES RULE OF SUCCESSION Foreign Helatlons Minister to Haeceed President Instend of Army Chief. VILLA COM 1X0 TO D H. It PASO. Dee. S4 Of !! f tM Wtw Mexico Nrthwstr Ballread re ceived lafrjalln frost Caeae nraadet tn.algkt mat 0s Tllte ther sad wa sending a metteager te tke ksrdtr t ask Tor agaaeety and per toftoa eras throagh Jaares la El Pate. washinoton. Dec. 30. In prepara tion of hla assumption of th title of Provisional President of Mexico Gen. Venustlano Car ran la has issued it decree changing tn rule of succession. During tht period of the revolution th constitutional provision wer suspended by the Carransnvtaa and the regulation provided that In case of the death or. re moval of t. e de facto head of the Gov ernment the authority would b trans ferred to the military leeder next In com mand. Under the new decree the constitu tional provision is restored and sucve eton to the Provisional Presidency will go to the Minister of Foreign Helatlons. According to officials of the Carranxa agency, Carranxa will assume the Pro visional Presidency aa soon aa the typhus plague condition improve In Mexico city, and he can feel safe In going to the capital. Thus far Carranxa has glvn no reply to the requeit of the State Department that he grant permission to the American Red Cms and the ItocKefeller Institute to send nurses, doctors and hospital eup- plles to Mexico city to tight the plague. While It Is said in Mexican quarters here that this request probably will be I granted, the Carranxa agency got out u statement declaring thot report of th ' extent of the plague were exaggerated. The agency state that Carranxa has ordered every physician connected with hla Government lo plaoe hi services at j the disposal of the Hoard of Health In Meklco city. WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR THOMPSON-3TARRETT COMPANY Building Construction Mm i JAKS BRYCE as the British Ambattador at Waihinaton and the author of "The American I Commonwealth" displayed a knowledge of this country un equalled by any other English man. He recently wrote that " THE NATION had from the lint three distinctive merit " They were "brilliant writirtf," "wit" "conspicuous indepen dence and individuality." I a year. Bt4 $1 for e 4 month!' imtmimtm ufciertp- Mo. Adirttt THE NATION I go Veeey atreet, New lark ' He declared preparedness against Indus trial Invasion waa an necessary as na tional military preparedness. He ad vocated the establishment nf banking and commercial house world. tired. Th Arm will remain aa Hatch Shaehan until to-night. Associated In th firm also are l.miis B. Grant. Ashley T. Cole, son of the all over the ; former Railroad Commissioner of the State, snd Glenn M. Congdon. SENATE? NOT FOR McADOO Will Swt Re Caadldat t O'tiorman, He Say. WHISIOTOf. Ic. Ill It wa state. I authoritatively at the Treasury Depart ment to-day in co-rnent on a reisirt that Senator ti'Gorinan plans to retire and that Secretary of the Treasury Mc Adoo will become candidate to suc ceed him, that Mr. McAdoo dor not know what Henntor ''etrmn's Plana are, that he ha no desire to succeed the Senator and that under no conditions, will he he a candidate for the Sen.it, from New York In the next election Auto Show Dec. 31 to Jan. 8 Opens At 2 P.M. Today Grand Central PALACE Admission 50c. 10 A.M. to 10.30 P.M. tnc trial. FINDS JOB WITH FREE BREAD. Day. A man who haa been living for the tV-tter hnlf of a week with nothing to at but the one loaf a day given to hltn ., . i .. ......... I.. T I 1 at ihb .n .re,, oreau oe,, .o .e Ketchum supported by atreet was discovered yesterday. He , uJLt hn.ln. must be a judgment for the plaintiff." Mrs. Ketchum sued on the ground of I cruel treatment, conduct making It un- ' safe to live with blin and refusal to provide for her. The defendant charged J among other thliaxs ili.it nis wife "in humanely ford the attention and presence of her mother upon him" and that she "einduetd herself In a slovenly, morose, blckerlnir and unkind manner." The court said that the only charge lingered for the fraction of . ... 1... , ... ...... i !.... k ...I. When Tom Merry handed him a loaf and Ketchum" testified that she wns Justified In leaving her husband be cause of certain occurrences which she tetltld tc at length. Concerning then Incidents Justice Hlanchard said: 'Tlicy are unfit f r the ear or ey of a decent man. Kvaii a reference to them creates a feeling of .lie-gust toward the actprs in them." RUS6ELL WON'T BE CANDIDATE. looked longingly at the big pile of bread n th table. "Could you use another loaf?" naked the understanding Tom. "I sure could, brother. Thank you." eald th,' man with a grin "I haven't had anything' else to eat for four days and everythit'g helps. I know now what they mean ubout bread being the staff of life." Investigation showed that the man, - i,..,,,.. lu lii Florida h ot been set down In New ork penniless when Ue sspiw Koclallsle ill. Preparedness hip-on which he was working waa dls-, mantled. A Job haa been found for him lew Are at Party a. so he can earn enough money to gut Wabhi nuton , Pec. 30. Charles Kd back home. ward Russell has notified th national The fres- bread depot gave away BOO , headquarter of the Hoolall! party that loaves yesterday and will have a many ,,,, ,iP,.ies to la? a candidate for tho to-day. The number will probably be Sl)l.laiMt party nomination for I'resl Increused to 700 next week. lU.nl C. L Putnam yeederday sent a check i Mj. Klllllp,, aalt, DU reasons for de fer $! for Messrs. Merry and HrlBht. i , ,K were that he beWev. many atoCtal Those gentlemen will know what use , .,,. , , vU.t(m M to put it to.'' ha said. Kdward Mason lha ,..,,. ,nd lessons of the of If. North Burnet street Kast Orange, probafcU position of the N. J sent a dollar for the bread fund. ( thp w,.r shall end. 1 Also he Is informed that In the coming Jewlh Fund ow gtMW.MHtl. j year the Socialist party '.lll probably The treasurer of the American .lewiali make a vigorous campaign against any Relief Committee announced that the preparation for defence on the rt of eommlttec up to yesterday Ind received the I'nlted States, and in view of existing ITItiOOO In ituih and 1114,111.11 lit facts he could not take active part In pledges, making u total of f 6!i,I86.t6. such a campaign. PER MONTH ON PLEDGE xo0F PERSON ALPROPER T Y THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MANHATTAN. I RRflNX. .W,. .venue, cor. aath street. Courtlaudt Ave. eor. uni re. 1 (.tdrtdge atreet roe. Kiviagto 41. amoual.t .V reverts Ave . bet. 4IU sad 4Mb u. jgjtt lmJPV Hf . Uxaayto Av... cor. IMtt. M lltt&itSggk Orsmi htreet. cor. CUnum liueM. r7Tr V. ; rrrrr , Leet 7Xu St., bet. Leaiaguia A JJ tret jL XMtnM j .v Uousuju at., cor. 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A story of terrific situations and tense dra matic power. 41 The volume has just reached the United States. TH E SUN has translated a review of it and tells the story of the wonderful volume and its effect abroad in a three page arti cle (illustrated). Do you recall the words of the greal German militarist: "My God, what a city to loot!"? In Next Sunday's Sun