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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1916.
llhjr was not willing, unauthorized, to '
take money from Itln locnl'even to help,
as ht believed, the strike cairn. Together
they hit on the scheme of levying ttom
the organ boxes. This would nave tam
pering with the local'H funds, as the col
lections from the organs flowed In every
Told Local Officers of riot.
tlowever, Herllhy with hl sense of
loyalty to the union did not want to
requisition the money until he had ac
quainted his fellow otneers wltrr the pur
poe fur which Itwas to be employed
This brought Into their confidence
Tollack, assistant to Herllhy, Hamilton
'and Kulle. These men Mid they pro
tested against lolence, hut had to yield
when tho others argued that the sttlke
.cause would he benefited. The organ
collections ranged between $20 and $"
a night. On one of the big nights Her
llhy Inotructed Kulle to turn over 150 to
Tollack, which money win turned over
to him .Herllhy.
Merna, Herllhy and another who
must bo designed as X until the police
arrest him, went to Caldwctl, N. J., on
Monday, October 23. They went to the
home of McUulre. a chauffeur, with
Nvhom one of the men was well ac
quainted. They confided In McOulreand
all slept at his house that night. Next
morning they took a trolley to the Her
cules Powder Company In Kenvll, N, J.
Herllhy told the powder men he rep
resented C. K. Johnson of lie rnardsvllle,
N. J. Johnson wanted to build u garage,
but had to blow up some tree stumps.
McOulie was with him and backed up
, the plausible story. They were able to
buy fifty sticks of dynamite. 100 ful
minate of mercury caps and too feet of
fuse. They paid 16.20 for the dynamite
and a few dollars more for the caps and
Checked Dynamite In Hotel.
They were advised they could not
carry the explosives on the trolley car,
so thsy hired a factor,, ilrUer to carry
them to Dover, N. J., where they checked
the box In a hotel. Wrapped up In thlclc
brown paper tho dynamite was talon to
McOulre's home by Herllhy. McUulre.
Merna and X.
Vhat night they made a test of the
fua. They learned It required only a
-JltlrraU for a foot and three-quarters of
StBfi to burn down. They fitted two of
their fifty sticks of dynamite with the
rMsnlrtatlrit caps to which they attached
1M(M. The explosives were packed In a
suit case. The twined fuses were pulled
through a hole. In the top of the suit
After paying $10 to McOulre's wife
far their tiosrd and meals Herllhy,
Merna and X. took trolley to Newark
and went from there by t.-txlcab to City
Hall In Manhattan, ''hey arrived there
about 4 o'clock and took u northbound
;Ienox avenue train.
They decided to plant the bomb at
tlOth street, which Is an Island plat
form. While Merna nnd X. went to the
end of the plutforin Herllhy watched the
station agents. On Ills signal that they
Wert unobrerved on the deserted sta
tion the others lowered the xult case,
holding on to the ends of the four foot
double fuse. To get u good light one
of the men cllpppi off two Inches from
the end of the fuse.
omli Eitnilri Kmc la Police Cine
After touching a match to the fuse
the irn walked leisurely out of the
atatlon. Tliey had Jul Jumped over the
Central I'.trk w:i!l when the bomb ex
ploded with a violence that shook the
ground under their feet. So lolent
was the concussion that the strip" of
fuse held by one of the men diopped out
Of his hand. He did not Mop tu pick It
tip. The three of them ran through the
park until they icached a Filth uvenue
Next diiy the man who had dropped
the fuse eml went back to the park.
He found detective (.enrolling near the
park wall fur chits and quit the spot.
Valentine Correll of dipt. Tunney's
quad found the hit of fuse, the only
thing that offered a clue.. Tunney put
all his men to work. He argued the
dynamite could not be bought In New
Tork because of the Kirlctnen of the
regulation, n he sent his men to New
Jersey. Detective Seiue,iiit (leorge llarnltx and
Lieut. Ocoigi! Hul,y went to the Her.
culeH plant. They ran down all the sales
for the month and fouri I all except one
to bo authentic. Tile ofcc defective sale
Wh made tint In the name of "( V
Johnston." They couH tlnd no such
man In llrrn.inlxvllle. N. .1 . so they de
Ctded Milkers had bought the dynamite.
, Watched Plant XIkM .ml Day.
Night ami day they watched the v'ant
In expctntlon of a return call. They
reasoned that the men believing they
were suivc.xfiil In una bomb planting
Would atteirpt (mother. That thlr logic
was pound has been provtd In the con
fessions. -Mcrna and Ihrllhy decided tn stir the
,cljf onto more ; they planned to hit
closer to Hi" centr of town mi thulr In-
Jfernal machine would produce more
startling results. Thcrefoie. they de.
landed more funds.
However, after clearing up all the ex
penses of the first bomb, which amounted
.to $90. Herllhy received $100 more. He
Jgot $7n, anil $30 was gUen to Merna.
;Mernii and MiOulre. set nut on Thursday
to inak their purchases. Merna gave
his name hh Werner and offered the
iianie explanation that had been given
Detectives ll.irnltz nnd Hut-by were
'iwaltlng and saw the men no In. They
.met them after they calm; out, and rn-
'resenting thr inselveR as lii'pertnrs of the
.New Jersey Forestry Commission, lie
'fnandeil to know where the tiee stumps
were that weto to i uprooted, Mc
i'llntr said he (hnlluiit thev crn r.-ill
i-road inspectors, who wanted to see If
they wniihl ship their dangerous box on
The upshot of tho argument was that
McOuIre and Merna Invited tho men to
"New York' so they could prove their In-
'tegrlty. They imped tint thus they
would be outside the jurisdiction of the
detectives. It was exactly what the de.
'lectlves wanted, because thy knew that
tto arrest the men In New Jersey would
.Ihrlrig on complications about Jurisdiction
land probably would defeat the arrest of
'jtnelr confederates tmce .neniM ami Me.
Quire reached New York they were put
Denied Intention to Kill.
The men principally Involved denied
there had been uny Intention to kill when
.they set their bomb. They bald they set
It after tho departure of a south bound
train, realizing that with tho headwa
maintained at that hour the bomb would
'explode before another train arrived.
District Attorney Hnunn went to police
headquarters as soon as he heard of the
.arrests. At the moment tho news was
'conveyed to him William II. I'ltzgcrald,
leader of the car strike, with u com
mittee of the union men, was beseeching
Mayor Mltchel to use, his good oillcis
to bring the traction mngnates to arbi
tration. Afler the rnnferemn h'ttigur.ild
was Informed of tho confessions, but
would make no comment,
Until I o'clock In the afurnooti the
District Attorney and I'ollce Commls
aloner Woods listened to tho Horles of
the men. They wore taken then to the
Washington Heights court for arraign
ment before Magistrate Itreen. Murray
fiplee, one of the counsel for the Atrial.
famated, represented them. They were
Id In $20,000 ball for a henrlng Mon
day morning, Mcnmvhlle they will r
main prisoners In tho Harlem prison,
Duffas Decorated for Air Work,
HaMtax, N !I , Nov 3. Relatives;
of Chester H. Duffus of this city, a lieu
tenant of the Hoyul Kiting Corps, have
received word that lie. has la en decorated
with the Mllllury Cioss for biuvery on
AHEAD ON CARSO
Continued from first I'age.
verging on Ktmpolung from tho north
west, east of the Alt, also mnde prog
rcss, Uerlln says, and together the two
columns took 350 prisoners. Rumania
saya there were only skirmishes north
east, but heavy fighting northwest of
Klmpolung, but says nothing of the out
come. In the ,Iu Valley, near the Vt lean
I'nss, the Ilavarlans have not yet been
nble to stop their retreat before the
Rumanians. They have lost four more
guns, Ilucharest announces, and still
more war material. The Rumanian cap
tures of guns und material from these
troops bate been large.
Trntnna In Jeopardy.
The Rumanian advance Into Trnnsyl
vanla at Table Hut( places the left
flank of the Teulon army In the I'ra
hova Valley which the continuation
of the 1'rcdtnl or Tomos I'sss, In
Jeopardy If the Rumanians can tako
Mount Culcas. Mount Caldo or one of
several other heights as they stormed
Mount Blrlul their fire will enfilade the
Teutons at Atuga, A continuation of
their advance would strike the Teuton
communications. As It Is the pressure
In the I'rahova Valley will be relieved.
I Is believed.
Despatches from various sources late
ly Indicating that the Teuton offensive
against Rumania from the north had lot
power are borno out by a review bv the
military expert of the Overseas News
Agency, a seml-ofTVIil German organisa
tion. The Itlimnnlnti. ar en . I a I .,
centratlng their reserves to check the
.MisiriiHi ann wcrman aiincss, no write.
The attacks continue, but no great suc
cess Is announced. T same expert
sjs the recent Russian . Us were In
tended to lessen pressure t,u Rumania.
The Rumanian statement says:
"Northern and northwestern fronts
The frontier to the west of Moldavia Is
unchanged. We attarked In the lluxeu
Valley and occupied Mount Hlrlul and
Taturumlo. At Table Itutil we pro
gressed beyond tho frontier. At Predclus
the situation Is unchanged.
"In the I'rahova Valley there have
been violent enemy attacks on our left
wing. Our troops maintained their posi
tions. In the region of Drago..lavte there
have been patrol skirmishes und a some
what reduced artillery bombardment. To
the east of the Alt (Aluta) lighting con
tinues violently on the wh'i'e front. To
the west of the Jlu our pursuit con
tinues. We have captured four more
guns ai.d much war muterlxl. At
Orsova there was nothing new.
"Southern front: The situation Is un
changed." The Herman statement says:
"I-'ronf of Archduke Charles Krancls:
On the southern Traiisylvaulan front Ru
manian attacks were tepulsed by our
lire or lu biyonet lighting. Southwest
of I'redeal and southeast of Rothenthurtu
pass wv nude an advunce. pursuing the
enemy, and captured more than 350
BRITISH TAKE VILLAGE.
Capture AIM tn llnatrrn Mace
donia li Asantilt.
Paris, Nov. 3. The Ilrltlsh advance
east of the Struma In eastern Mace
donia Is still carrying the llulgars before
It 1 lie lllacu of Allu-.i was taken to
day by assault. In which the Ilrltlsh
used the bayonet.
Alltsu Is the clustst the Ilrltlsh have
got to the entrance to the Rupel detlle
through the mountains tn Itulgarla,
seven miles away, The village is thr'c
miles north est of Ilarakll-DJutna, which
the Ilrltlsh took on Tuesday
PRISONERS OF WAR
HOUSED AMONG DEAD
Treat men t Accorded (iennan
Captives IMmmismmI in
Ur.lil.lN. by wireless, Nov. 3. The
Relc'istag discussed to-day the treat
ment i.f v. e nrlum.r, 1 rl 1 1 ,n ,- '
flchoenalch of the National Mlcr.il party,
says the Overseas News Agency, made
a report on the proceedings of the com
mittee which considered that question us
"With great sadness und profound In
dignation the committee took notice of
the great sufferings of ileimaus made'
prisoners. This Is especially true of,
Russln, where numerous chsch of brutal i
treatment have been proved, and also :
In Rrltlh camps from which there arci
Herr llruekhoff. a Radical member,
said that all Hermans In France t the
moment of the outbreak of the war were
Interned, and that this was absolutely
In violation of the law of nations. He
"SMI worse conditions! prexall in Hits,
sla. especially in Siberia, wheie tho food
Is absolutely Insuttleient, where prison
ers lack ceu clothing, nnd where the
sanitary otganlzatlon l pitiful Wehaxe
he.'itt rending rtpoits from one camp on
the Mm nm Railroad, where In a small
shed with ronni for llfty persons 15l to
20 war vrloners were housed half
naked and forced to do heavy labor. In
consecuenrc of this barbarous tieatment
some have ,ed and others declared that
they were unable to stay In the tame
bouse with the corpses, but the com
mander declined to bury the dead."
DUTCH PLAN INQUIRY.
Helsnrr nf Vessel li- (irrmsni
Houses llngne Action.
I.o.snoN, Nov 3, -Renter's coriespou
dent at The Hague says an otlklal In
quiry will be made leg.irdlng the Hutch
steamer Old.imbt, which was captured
ny a wermaii sunmarino Wednesday,
(and later reniptuicd by u Ilrltlsh de
:slroer. The esel afterward capsized
when she reached the Hook of Holland,
' probably from the effect of homlm ex
ploded In her by lbs Meiman prize crew
i before the Ilrltlsh tccaplured bur
I The coiespondent says that an In
quiry w'll also be niailo ronvr ruing three
other Dutch essels the steamers Rand
wyu, IIHnswyk and Nnrdwyk which
were held up by the Hermans. The
l.andwlt was released Immediately, but
tho other two visscN were taken Into
Xeebrugge and released aflei-vnid
FRENCH GARRISON IS
IN FORT YAUX AGAIN
Paris Announces Belt of In
ferior Verdun Forts Jtcslorcd
FIRMLY HELD BY TROOPS
Ocrmnns Forced to fllve V
Houses That Tlicy fnp
tured in Snllly.
Paris, Nov. S. Fort Vaux has a
French garrison again. French Infantry,
which had got within a few hundred
yards of the fort before the Hermans
evacuated It. entered last night without
the loss of a man.
The French are also tn the outskirts
of the village nf Vaux and have a foot
ing on the ridge dominating the village.
Vaux Is now practically certain to be
letaken as was the fort, and so nnother
position that cost the frown I'rltice
dciir will be again In French hands
The official statement announcing this
On the right bank of the Mcuse.
after tho capture of Fort Vaux, our
Infantry continued Its advance to the
outskirts of the village of Vaux and
north of Vaux Lake. We gained a
footing on the crest dominating the
llhigo. The enemy did not attempt
a counter attack,
"Tho belt of Interior forts nf Verdun
is now reestablished In Its etitltety and
Is heM firmly by our troops," says to
day's announcement of the War Otticc
The French Infantry beard during the
evening the sound of the explosions by
which the retreating Oermins hoped to
destroy the value of the fort. The ex
plosions were "very heavy," the state
ment says, but no Inkling Is given of
how much they damaged Fort Vaux.
Several Important conclusions are
drawn here from the evacuation of Fort
Vaux by the (lermaiis, the chief of which
Is that the (lermans Intend to direct their
main energy toward a successful cam
palgn ngalnst the Rumanians,
Opinion In Paris,
The opinion here Is that tho Oernians
purpose to reduce their operations on the
western front to :i minimum believing It
to be of secondary Importance. Von lllii.
denburg's policy nf offensive In the east
nnd defensive In the west. Is believed to
(iennan newspapers ore not surprised
at the evacuation of Fort Vaux. and
some of them had already been told of
the Oennan Intention to evacuate It,
savs an Amsterdam despatch The
new -pipers Insist that the retirement
was "purely voluntary" The llrrll'irr
TnniMntt s.ns: "The measure, of course.
Is not pleasant sentimentally, but mili
tarily It l l'i-tltied "
On the Homme to-day there was com
paratively small activity The Hermans
admit that they were forced to give up
houses they took In Sillly The French
statements have said nothing of these
operations The Ilrltlsh captured a
trench west of I.e Tiansloy by surprise
atteck and held It. thus getting nearer to
that Important vlllaxe.
The French statement says;
l-'vith of the Homme the artillery
fiehtlng "a" f tlrl lively III the sectots
of I.lhors mul Chlllv. A surprise at
tack was carriid out bv us ngslnst
Herman trench's west of Iiuchurt.
On the rlitht bark nf the .Meuse
(Verdun front! the night was rela
tively calm. Yesterday the enemy,
owing to the violence nf our bnmhird
ment, which had continued several
davj. evactm'ed Fort Vaux during the
afternoon without waiting for an at
tack bv our Infuitrv, whose pressure
was liecomlng closer and closer
Very heavy explosions wre heard
In the fort. During the night our In
fantry, which had gone up qulto close
to the fort, occupied this vety Im
portant work without any loss.
Ilrltlsh Unlit Near rras.
The Rritlsh st itement to-d ty siys:
Yesterday evening by a surprise at
tack we captured an tieiny trcnih e it
of ijueiidecourt and secured our posi
tion during tho night. We carried out
a sticce-eful raid agilnst enemy
trenchm near Arras,
The Herman statement follows:
Fighting activity was generally
within moderate limits. Isolated sec
tlous In the Hnmine district wtre uu.
dcr strong .trll'lery lire.
Hnue. In Sallly that hail been taken
by us were lost again esterday morn
ing to hand to hand lighting
Hostile advances east nf ductule.
court and agi'nst the northern part of
St. I'Uriu Vaust Wood failed toward
Toward evening the French fire
against Fort Vaux decreased.
Hernia ny to Take Census lire. I,
1.0NIHJ.V, Nov. 3, The llundesrath, or
Federal Council of Herman)', decided
)estenlay to take a census of the Hit
man Kmplie on December 1, says a
Reuter despateli from Amsterdam. The
census, It Is udded, will bo In the In
terests of the war feeding drpuriment
and the army administration.
L Altaian $c (En.
Men's Halts and Shoes
in the latest approved styles for
Autumn and Winter, are shown
at moderate prices in their re
spective sections off the Men's
Wear Department (First Floor).
34tfj an 35th mmt
FOR FRANCE DEFENDED
Norman Prince's Uncle Pro
tests Against U. S. Ohjcct
insr to Use of Xnme.
Roston, Nov. 3. The report from
Washington that the State Department,
on the ground of Incompatibility with
uiiikii mnien iiuiiiiniiij) sen .
French Hovernment to change the name i
of the "American Aviation Corps" of I
the French army brought : forth earnest
protest to-day from Dr. Morton rrlnce,
noted Uoston alienist, whose nephew,
Norman Prince, was killed In battle
while flying for France.
"Our Administration may be 'too
proud to fight' for the honor of America
and the rlchta of humanity." said Dr.
Rrlnce, "hut those young men who have
formed the 'American Aviation ( orps'
, ,1 ...1.- I... - Ull.n.l II, n llcltla't
loll lini'-e wiui o.ii June ' .......i.
and French regiments In the trenches
have shown that lh American plilt
still lles and that Americans us Indi
viduals are not 'too proud to fight" for
democracy and the cause of mankind,
"The name of 'Amerlcnn Aviation
Corps' was granted by the French Hov
ernment at the request of the nvlMors
themselves, who were Inspired by the
old American spirit. If In response to
hyphenated Americans this name Is now
protested by our Oovernment, that failed
to rl.r to Use opportunity and Invent
the vloln'lnn of Helglum and throw Its
moral support against th advances of
the Hun. It will make a most painful lm-
presslon upon tho friends of the United
Slates tn Kurope."
NEW FLIGHT RECORD
SET BY CARLSTROM
Aviator Arrives After Mnkinir
137 Miles an Hour Average
for 31 B Miles.
Victor rarlstrom flew Into New Tork
from Hammondsport early yesterday
I -lth a gale at his back that set him down
it rinvirnnr. island with a world's rec.
ord to bis credit-an average speed of
13T miles an hour for 31- miles. The
aviator failed to do what he attempted,
wbti h wns to mass a non-stop llight
from Chicago to New York.
He lef' Hammondsport at S'jri A M.
and landed at Hovemors Island at
l-lji,, making a few slight detours
which brought the speed average up. the l lilted Mates
II s tu, was nhVally taken for the! "We nave no doubt It would be .in ex
Aero C!u of America by Augustus l'ost liellent p. an, particularly If America
C'.irlstmiii w'.is a few minutes ahead 1 would act a I'resldent Wilson says be
of his schedule and not many saw him
'irelfl ,"i'0 reel Hoove lirnonij-n .wiii irais imiiiiiji uu neiirr ecruic in inr
swoop down to 'lovernnrs Island There ( . ause of peace after the war than to
was no whistle blowing, and many i f d scush a practli.il yteni If such a sys.
those who were !o meet him olllel ill) did i L m can be devl-ed. Hut while move
not gel there III time. II .- nmch'ne was jnietits of this sort ate. In project, and of
n't distinguishable to the la) man from ' igt.t among neutrnls, we are satisfied
the army tractors that fly d.u.) from , that they lire downright mischievous
the army n hool a' Hovernors Is! mil. but among belligerents,
t was bigger The machine i-.ir.s'rom
ied is elxt) feet from wing tip to wing
t p and develops inn horse-power.
fMrlstrom came down on the west M.le
of thi Island and then taxied a. ro- to
t!.c si r my hangers ,i'id dlinbed o'i II s
lhtr'imeM i rile I that Ills hic'ie-t al-
Ctude l ad beoti tl.Hun feet. lie w is
lulled thiough in -pile of hi. leaf ir
coat and heavy clothing He earr ed a
'elter for I're-lilent Wilson, which be
had hoped to deliver tu tho I'resldeiit in
New York las! night, and a mn I bag nf
1 (!cn Wood, rnminandcr of the Depart
mein of Ihn Kast. was on the Held to
meet c.irl'trcm, with several other aim)
nttlcers. A l.o Stevens, the aeronaut
and Henry Won.lhouee wee thcic fiom
the Aero Club with Mr. l'o'
"arls'.i inn left Chicago at i! on o.locl.
TMuisday mm mug and was forced to
,'itnl at lire, I'a. on account of a gasn
1 telle teak, but he had broken tils iwu
non-stop rxord for America by a Hik .t
, of 1.1" nubs. Then he Mew on to Ilam
,moiulspoi! His actual flying tune far'
, the entire flight was S houis and 37 111 -i
utcs fur appioxiinately miles. The i
ti ght was under the auspices of the
j .StfW 1 llSi I lll.,
.cn i oik I S.I c .V.
DAVISON HAS FAITH IN ALLIES.
'I'elU llnnkers llrltnln nidi I'riKd'."
Cllli'Mio, Nov. 3 -Heiir) I' Unison
of .1 l. .Morgan A- Co. t-ld banliui of 1
Chicago and the middle Wist tu-i.lglit .
what he had learned of the cieilit situ-I
it 1 1 1 1 1 1 in llurone (in Ids recent 11. n th
1 and Its rfict on financial affalin In this
, coiintr) . '
' Mr ImvIsoii and Charles II ti.ibin, i
I president of the ilu.iraiity Tiust Cmn
jfiaii) of New Voill, weie guvstn of
(ieoige ,M. He) uo!ils, picstilmt of tin
I Continental mid Cui11111u1cl.1l '.Vatinii.il
j II t ids. at a dinner.
1 ue nece't-iiy 01 a iinemi policy 01 ex
tendliig cicdlt to ihe lluropeiii countries
Iiu)Iiik American pioducls was discussed ,
by the bankers, '
Hailler III tlio day Mr. Mavlsnn eni
tihlislzed his faitli ill tho Milveiicy nf
Client llrltnln nnd Franco lie deiiii-l
11 published icport that 11 demand would
be made by tl.o F.ntente ,l'.e that
Americans accent tinsceiireil loans or
face the (lemouetlzatlou of gold
PEACE MOVE CALLED
London "Times'' Objects Even
to Public Discussion of
PREMATURE AND UXWISE
parlinillPllt Members' Plflll to '
.e;e(, Cafilt rnr1t to Tnt Scn from the
I.ONnnv Nov. J.--The Times under
the hrnilln "An Inopportune Suggfs
tlpn'" comments editorially as follows
upon a letter f;om two members of Par
liament which proposes "an Immediate
movement toward the object dear to nil
humane, civilized mankind."
"It Is the very object for which we
. and our allies have borno nnd nre ready
,tlll to ear nil sacrifices." enys the
.f) T . , , , , ,
. merel ! at right shall be vindicated
I by the tiinreinacy of force, but that the
triumph of right hall be abiding. They
know that nothing but complete vic
tory can assure this result and thciefore
they are trsolved that the victory shall
be overn 1'e'mlng and Indisputable
"The , bcrs Inform us that their
nuclei) i. at. oeen In existence for eighteen
months a lid has been considering the
dllllcult and complex question of con
stituting a league of nations after the
wnr. It h is arrived at definite Ideas for
(he solution of the great problem of per
manent peace. The members of the
league nre to refer their disputes to a
tribunal whose awards nre to be en
forced. American Plan Adapted.
"The project Is an enlargement and
adaptation nf the American League to
F.nfo-ce IVaie, of which ex-l'resldent
Taft und other distinguished American
thlnkeis are memhets. The wrltns remind
Us that t is war...)' sumiotieu uy creel-
dent Wilson and that he has gone so far
( nM n CX. ,H. , e ,,,llt( ,. fnitrrt
j states w. u.'d lenouuce their traditional
solatlnii v joining the proposed league.
Ml. Hug' es they add, though In lan
guage sole .'nut more vague, has made
declaratlur of the same seii'o nnd tlc.re
, seems no serious opposition offered
expects she would. We agree that neu-
"The r r'ters of ihe letter seek ippom
f 1 ini u e passage of V.s Hint,
i.re) s re. en! spcc-li They seem turn .
lerstiiml what Vlsount (Jrev said
He express.) s 'outed the notion that
w' ile n Hie throe.-, of this dedti grapp'e
we can be expci te.i to have time for d -
There came to us in the
mail yesterday at 10:34 A.
M. an order for merchandise
from a customer in Chicago.
Ordinarily an order of this
kind attracts no more
than passing notice, for
almost every business
day in the year we re
ceive orders from the four
quarters of the globe.
Abore we reproduce the order, the money order and the envelope and ihe return parcel post receipt, for
the merchandise which was shipped to the customer exactly 4G minutes after the receipt of the letter.
Below are the Articles Ordered by Our Chicago Customer,
All Were Selected from HH& Own Merchandise
Of fine Irish Linen faced basoms and cuffs.
Bodies of sheer cambric. Any neck size, 11 to 17,
1 may be had with 34, 85 or 315 inch sleeves, assuring
a fit equal to that of a made-to-measure shirt.
Right Shape Shoes
For Young Folks
" Equal Rights for Every Toe"
is the maxim upon which these
shoes aie built. They give the
young feet plenty of room to
grow without cramping, thus
avoiding foot ill in later years.
Airplane landed at Got
ernor'a Island 8:56 A. M.
Order received at i&DSSTO
10:34 A. M.
GREATEST RALLY OF ANY CAMPAIGN!
A Straightforward Address to Americana by
HON. CHAS. EVANS HUGHES
Speakers of National Prominence, Including
HON. WM. HOWARD TAFT
Today. Nov. 4th, at 12 o'c'ock
UNION SQUARE, AT 17th ST.
Under Auspice of tho Uptown Dry Good Association
Seventh Regiment Band Columbus (0.) Glee Club
CONCERTS FROM 11 TO 3.
vckping Ideas as to what can be done
after victory hns been secured. He wel
comed work of that kind lu neutlal coun
tries, but n movement here of such Kind
an this letter advocates would be certain
to be misunderstood.
"There are among us a handful of Ir
responsible persons who babble of Imme
dlato peace terms which would leave the
Prussians free to lenew their felonious
attack upon the liberties of nations at
their own moment. Any manner of
movement In the allied countries which
whs aimed at the establishment of a 1
league of nations or other pacific Insti
tutions of tho kind after the war would
be used to encuuiago this babble.
The whole mind and energies of the
people nri! demanded by the war. The
letter altlrms that tho subject Is now
ripe for public discussion. We entirely
dissent, not because we condemn the
merits of the policy but because we hold
that discussion Itself Is at present piema
turc and unwise."
ACCUSED OF MANN ACT PLOT.
;enruc tlnsh, Actor, Held
1(1,00(1 Bull by 11. S.
Another arrest was made by the po-
l'o and tho Federal authorities yes-
lice and tho Federal authorities yes
terday lu efforts to round up the syndi
cate which has been using the Mann
white slave act for extortion schemes
that ure said tn have netted 11.000,000.
The new defendant, Oeorge Hush, nn ur
ur of .ion West Korty-tilntn street, was
held In (10,000 ball by United .States
t'oniinlssloiicr Houghton for a hearing
on November 10.
. Tho name of Hush's victim Is being
withheld by Assistant United States At
torney John ( Knox, who. however,
describes hint as a wealthy business man
of the middle Wist. Hush and another
member of the gang. It is charged,
forced their way Into it room In a ("In-
eliitiitl! lintel where (lm vletlm 1111H n
woiiiun were staying on October 7, 1915,
and threatened to arrest tho man on a . The petitioners state that Mr. Ford I
.barge of violating the 'Mann act. They . a.,or. , ,,., m, ,.,.,. ...
represented themselves as (ig.iils of the ' de'",r"1 "st stockholders of the , ; ,
Federal Department of Justice and company having received. Back more 1
showed badges ami credentials. The than they had Invested and regular ' 000. Ono profit last year, the petition ssj!
victim. It Is said, was so awed that he. monthly dividends of t, per cent, they1 nr twlthstaiidlng the fact that this nun
paid several thousand dollars to b- re- had lo right to complain of his nollcles. ber could have been sold the comlnc vm
0LENI00AN REPORTED SUNK.
Vessel l st llrnril From al f'nlnmbo
I.onimin. Nov ?,. I.IowI'k .eporls that
the ftlen Line steamer tllenlogan ossl
lily has been sunk,
The 'llenlogan was a vssel of ,'..:n
, tons (-rnss M10 was ihiiu in Th
'last repor's of th fileulocan 'how her
as having sailed vticnct 2Z frm Vnlio
bam.i fur Uitnlnn and rnlt'tig st I'olom
bo, I'eilon, fietohcr P.
a 'ls2:lv 4 T- "sV A- J&jr
Dress Shirts, $1.98
Irontex Hosiery for
Made of pure, unadulterated
silk, black or white. Toes, soles
and heels reinforced; double
garter tops and full fashioned.
Knees extra hpliccd at tops.
They will reduce your stocking
R. H. Mcy &
FORD SERVED WITH
DODGE SUIT NOTICE
Former Partners Would 'Re
strain Him From Holding
tp Hlrr Dividends.
Detroit, Nov. 3. A deputy sheriff
served notice to-day on Henry Ford of the
suit for an Injunction filed against him
by the Dodge brothers, restraining the
Kord Motor Company from carrying out
extensive expansion plans of Mr. Kord
and holding I he company to Its present
The Ilodgo brothers were among the
first backers of the Kord automobile
concern, nnd were Interested deenlr In
j ,.a affarj up to th tlme they put ,,
.M , ,, ,,
factors a rival low priced car. They
still hold 10 per cent, of the Kord slock.
In their petition the Dodges set a
valuation of H0.000 on their Interests In
the company. Their original Invest
ment In the concern Is not given In the
petition, but It Is raid to have been 110,.
000. They say they are not represented
on the board of directors, which la
"dominated and controlled" by Henry
l'ord, Tho profits for the year ending
last July are given as Jf.0,000,000, while
the cash on hand amounted to mors than I
The. declaration Is inado that Mr. Ford
Is now eng.ifteil In negotiations to pur
chase iron mines and build smelters and
st'cl mills, ".mil by this means to de-
, prly stockholders of tin; company
oi i.ur linn icasonatile returns on their
1 investment by way of dividends tn
declared on their stockholding Interest
In the said company.
Another declaration Is that under the
laws of Michigan the Ford Motor fom -
pany Is an unlaw ful corporation, lis capl -
lall.ldllll lielni (uri :in,t .'i lfilf (lm... In
excess nf the :,",.noo.o00 limit set by the
Mate, necaiise or the net invested assets
and the excess of cash on hand.
After making SilO.Ouil cars with a M
The person who originated the expression "fits
like a glove" must have had the "Heryl" glove in
mind, for its perfect fit, fine appearance and excellent
durability have won for it unusual popularity.
Co.' Attractions Arm Thair Low PricM.
B'wtr. S4U U 3SU SL
When the wind sings
You want warm motor
Motor coats of double
Fur lined and fur out
Lined gloves and gaunt
lets. Lap robes and steamer
Scotch knit jackets and
Scotch caps lined with
"Scotch Mists" in Win
t T i r
naiiusunic iairwcnt ner
We're specialists in
f(llr Trtf Utrk.
Rogers Peet Company
t 13th St.
at 34th St.
at 41st St.
ut tho same price, "Henry Foul for ,d
on tho hoard of directors his polity 1
reducing the price of such cars by
per car. mailing : iPfieicnce in the 1.1
sales price of Jin.nnn.ono, Such a p.
was adopted only for the purpose of t
b'alillng Him to rotitlnue lu carry out 'l,i
, P'sti he b id dcepitd upon to extend ,.
The petition states ti.tt If Ilenrv I
1 Is permitted to continue the poll' y In
, determined to carry nut" the n 1
' l,u ,1... .1..-, I... ... it.i..
sale ofih s i i,is of cars and tin- rr i
of .1 monopoly in (lie 111.111 iif.ii Mile
sal nf sui h ( (is in villa Men of
I'eder il and 11 tin 1 law
Hut there was something unusual
about this Chicago order. The en
velope which contained it and the
postal money order in payment of
the goods bore marks which showed
that it left Chicago Thursday morning
via the new airplane route to New York.
In other words, the letter was
brought Kast by Victor Carlstrom,
tho New York Times aviator, who
piloted a Curtiss biplane from the
western metropolis to New York in
8 hours and 28 '.2 minutes, actual flying
time, less than one-half of the run
ning time of the fastest train between
the two cities.
For the first, time in the long and
eventful history of the ff&vrj store, a
heavier-than-air craft has brought
through the air an order to New York
from a point almost 1000 miles awav.
is one of the many delightful
preparations which are continually
being originated in oui own lab
oratories. Macy Toilet Prepara
tions may always be depended
upon for purity of ingredients and
prices lower than eleswhere.
Actual flying lime with order
for iSflBSTO from Chicago
to New York, 8 hours 2fi2