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AttaQ Ett rt Cost44
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BQSSIANMIN S DEADLY
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f Mlkaaos Army Hurled Back
iltb Terrible Loss Mien
Effort Is Bade to
Storm forts
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MAK KEPT IIP 1OOA1
Stie to DatellCikado 7 000
eLou to TOo1f1o
1L AdmllUOj Jap Offices
LONDON Nov tThe attempt of I
Oen Nogl of tM Third Japanese Army
to present Port Arthur td thelIk dod
AS a blrthdsypresent resulted In dls
astrous failure The Japaric wire e
f pulstd with hwler losses han they
had previously experienced In a single i
ati aul Kemthelesi Recording to
Japanese advice the attempt to reduce
the foftre continues
Th only reports concerning the birth
day assault come from Japanese
aourdes and all admit defeat The a 1
pat did not result In tht c Plure of
any f the tort held by the Jlum
t although the japans carried many
tflW5uLTk1ItThnI frhOWc M
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tnanotftf pocltttn overlooklrig all 1411
preaches ta tht Important Iner torts
Mi twill these can be captured the
Jvtan can do little more than try to
take the besieged force exhiuv fie am
I Mufiltiolt The larger the lurtt the b
iters send Into 1M son fartlllery
fire from the forts the greater must be
their fosse
frIiI Lot at Life
Up < o the aAwult of xnterdiy the
attack Upon Port Ar hur Kid cost 73060
JM2t lives In t fll assault hut Au
ult Mtnulng four day the japan
I e killed numbered Hjooo These are
official Japanese flgurt
The determination Of the Japanese lo
reddc Port Arthur ill soon as possible
fi xpUlnd fn a measure by official
contlreiatUn Of the repm tbalXdinlrkl
Togo lot his flnat battleship the Ya
J 1 Ihtroa last ummr She struck a nus
t alan mini outtWe Palny and Went lo
the bottom TH news that the thin
haabeen sunk was tontnidlctttl nt the
timt by the Japanese Qureritment
Theilo of < Us Yashlma left the
Japane with only four Orslclsss bat
tlhlps The numlaas hove nve bat
tleships more or Us damaged In the
barber at Port Arjhyr AdmIral no
Jeatiensky wIth Ilia Daltlo fleet not
1 en mute to Port Arthur hss fir
UltUaWps JnbsHJ hlp strength
inj Huiilant putclU the Japanese
two to onebut Admiral Togo Is greatly
huperlqr In armored cruisers and In
skilled fighters oa the sea
r Eattcrn Fort Caplet
Toklo deapatche ay that the Japa
J oas have succeeded In capturing the
9 last fort hell by the Husilant on the
eJntera sIde of Port JLrttiurj that they
hart taken pouetlon of high hills to
the eeatwarl and that when the
prof P time comet they can drive the
besleeed back at will It his not been
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C part q t the Japanese strategy to try
to Mall th > Ttt In the line of
advance They have rather endeavored
fo IK control of theoommtndlng pot l >
baa pitveu howitzers have beetl
placed In a location commsndjng the
tIownah4 harb ir
A correspondent of the Telegraph
cables from Chefoo that tie vlnlted Port
Arthur on Wednesday going close
enough In to distlngulih Ituttlan on
the southern fort lie ears that the
Importartt treat works of the Russians
L have been strengthened amazingly tines
1 Ian December and that LJaotliban
fwsa Vfgton Bay to Golden lllll re
nales In nuiaa h tulsv Th cor
riMiJ t nit 41I the Japanie
warshIps were far to the taitwart the
Jftpn Hrollln < fleet tcmlitln of a
a few cwUett 1I1Jmll and deitroytra
On hU rttOnf trij 40 htfotf he was
Held tip b2r a destrOyer and Til v i
Ml was searched The Japanese officer
of 119 deetrof laid that Fort Artuur
would fill In a few days
Pbles herd lo loIn
The this of Port rthur hi molred
Itself latb a problem I mlllury icltntt
nI JUIM Assert tha
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1 Wl at a jj Happen itMhry Jane K7oJrrinj5 and Me Cat Are Let Jn < o tiso Gjme fiy fie Bowlers
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SCORES OFLIVESIN PERIL
IN CRASH 0 f RIYERBOATS i
ity Q fL9w11Pryj9 at CQ1um
Tia1 of Wall Street Line in Tw But
Coolness of Passengers and Crews i
Prevents Loss of LifeAll Taken Off I
The Norwich line steamer City of Lowell ran down the Wall stre t
ferryboil Columbia In the East Rlyer about two hundred feet from the
Manhattan shore during the fog today and It was only by the quickest
kind of action that the 102 passengers three of whom were women were
got aboard the Lowell before the ferryboat went to the bottom
The Columbia which has been thirty years In the service crumbled
up like so much paper when the Lowell struck her and was cut almost
completely in two > only some planking on the port side holding her together
gethe It was so obvious that she would sink within a few minutes that
Capt Griffin ofthe Lowell not only kept the prow of his vessel Inihe
enormous gap it had cut in the erryboat but threw over eight havkrs
which were speedily made fast While the passengers scrambled aboard
the towel most of them climbing up the hawsers the steamer kept going I
ahead pushing the crippled ferryboat toward the Brooklyn shore I
Before she could be got to the shore the Columbia filled and the
hawsers were unable to stand the strain > Trfey parted and the old Coat I
sank in front of the outb ferry slip at the foot of Atlantic avenue
NINE ORSBS ARK 0WVJm
Nine hcirseswere on the boat and the last tnof them ttey were
making effohs to swim ashore It Is believed all were drowned All had
t
been cut loose from trucks
If the accident had happened an hour liter there would almost
surely have been great loss oflife At oclock the time when tha
Columbia left the Brooklyn sh6rctraffic over the Wall street ferry Is
not heavy as It Is on the other lines But at 8 there would probably
have been from 500 to i000 passengers on the Columbia and to save
them aH would have been impossible in the short time there was between
the crash and the sinking As It was the last of the 102 were scarcely
oft the Columbia when she went down
Too much credit cannot be given to the crew of the ferryboat
They acted with the greatest coolness and courage from the captain
William Coles to the bootblacks They helped the passengers aboard
the Lowell and not a man of them left the place assigned to him by
Cap Coles until the list passenger was safe on the steamer Capt
Coles was the last man to leave and as he came up the rope the folks
en the Lowell gave him a cheer
BMJWGBNCY WAS WFJL HAtfDLttD
The morstacy wo handled with the greatwt xklll the lint excitement
bring quickly luvprotuej Two ot the three women toad calmly on deck
and watched tnt qperatlon nf making the Lowell fait as Indifferently M
though they were safe on chore When It came their turn to go aboard tho
Lowell they went without niaktos any tat abOut It The third woman
fainted An effon w II tnvJB tc carry her on the Lowell but It was Impos
Ibs so two men poured cold water In her race until ibo rejlred and then
the was helped up the ripe
The collision occurred during nn ofthe htavlwt rou In > eui It wa
Impowlble for lbo pllotrct ferryboaU to IM twenty Wet ahead of them
It wa dungciou inornjog for all manner of emit tut Hpedally danger
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B16GEST llUNG Uf
YEAR AT AQUEDUCT
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Telescope Winner of Last J ace Is I
Backed from 100 I to I Down jT to Stand I
Thousands of Dollars Afre Taken Out
oi the Ring f I
SpecIal to Th Krnln Work 1
RACE TRACK AQUEDUCT Nor 1
4The biggest killing of the year If
not of many years was made here
this afternoon In the last race of tho I
day Telescope backed from 100 to 1
down to 5 to 1 at poet time won in a
hard drive from Thespian A foul
was claimed by the rider of the sec
ond horse and In an Instant tho
judgei sand was surrounded by a
crowd of anxious bettors The of
flclals refused to allow the claim ot
foul and tho books were forced to
pay UP
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Teleicopo was a rnaljcn nrcyrarcld
from the ruble ot W 1L Kraft uid
hid ten epe clallr prepared f or this
I rate As soon aa the tint botUec Wal
etIta4l4 a4ks hss
mended by Mr Kraft and his frlerili
and the sharpshooters around the ring
I were not king In seeing that something
was doing Thousand of ilAlltn wrre
bet on the despised IOn of Horoscope
I Continued on Second Page
THE WINNERS
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FIRST RACE Diamond 18 to
20 1 Cairngorm 7 to 1 2 Blue
Coat 3 l
SECOND RACENew York 7 to
1 1 Coppetja 05 to 5 2 Cham
plain 3 4l
THIRD RACE Rose Ben 8 to B
Crown Prince even 2 Rob
Roy3
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FOURTH RACE Coy Maid 4to
B 1 Niblick IS to 1 2 Ctaraphlne
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FIFTH RACECcnslderatlon
ta 1 1 Sir Shep JO to 1 2 Flam
rrtula t
SIXTH RACE Telescope 5 to 1
1 Thsiplan 12 to 1 2 Louis H 3
EVENING W ORLD RACE CHART
SECOND DAY AT AQUEDUCT
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POLi MAY STOP
THE SUBWAY ADSI
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Calvin Tompkins Asks Rapid
Transit Commission to Get
Commissioner MoAdoos Aid
to Remove Disfiguring Signs
MEN HARD AT WORK TODAY
PUTTING THEM IN PLACE
tileecker treef Station Was
the Scene of Their Opera
tions and They Seemed In a
Hurry to Get Signs Up
Calvin Tnmklni President of the Ku
nlclpaJ Art Bodrty lent thl afternoon
to AMxand E Orr PresIdent of the
KM Trasttt Conitfdit a Mter In
wkteli tie etU
I bar just keen Iateise br e
rsparter tht a grg of men try at
work In t > H Stetcker Mn t subway
itMlon Cilnt slfns on the wall 1
lake the liberty of Immediately
Ins the matter to your attention In
view of the action taken by the
JlipM Transit Commission yesterday
afternoon Can you not communi
cate with the police authorities or
take such other measures II your
JutHroont may xurgtit lo Immedi
ately stop the desecration It it II
still pain oar Your respectfully
CALVIN TOUPKINH
The letter Wb sent by special men
ftr to Mr Ora home In JJrooklyn
At the lllfecker Iteet Italian r down
men worked all the morning hingln
lbs sijni After
noun ony u men fro
Milned t8r on Mch tide on the ilpl
own stat oa all of the sIgn were nn
Jh l while on me dawnimn nation
half of them were hunt up
i there were iu oa half L10n tren re
I placlns detective tiling Vhererer a
I break was found In a tie eyn much
at a halrKne cnwk the tile was
knocked out and a new one nut in
This left one ans defacln Ui 11 ni
and the other repairing It
The men MIS that they had heard
nothing of interference and would con
tlnue at work until their work was
nnlohed
lAte this afternoon Mr Tompkins
called up CommissIoner JtrcAdoo on
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the telephone and Hid him that men
were potting tip ndvertuinj lm In
I the Subwny itatons all liTer the city
find that at the tllreckMr ttrwt etalion
a number men were at Worltdetaefng
the wall
ThIs TandaKra Is clearly ft lolatlon
of the law said Mr Tompkins and
I Ilk you to send policemen to the
Jlltffker street station lo Hop II
CommissIoner McAdod replied that he
was not certain of hit right lo Inter
fete but would refer the matter to the
Corporation Counsel
Bad Air In the Subway
Dr August Stlbrft ot Ku IK Fait
Flttyierenth street ha discovered br
n Series of Itin that the air In thi
Hubwiy conUilne an lnsuRlcl nt per
centage of oxrxea lie says of the re
lull of iili analyali The odor aildt
from the trnce of paint very closely
reiembied thai of the air In a bedroom
toward morning where person htd
ben breathing for hour with all the
wlndsw cloieil The atmoiphere In
the Subway smelled like uiedup air
Wi rllltllllf en a seat III a kxal
tram bound sooth for ten minute my
respiration anounted to U per minute
Inttead of II In normal atrrxphtre I
found oiygen In sample 0r air taken
It the end of plttformt of itirterent
Hubwir stations between One JlunJrH
and Third itrecl and City Hall
ai y tests prove tnixt the ventilation
cf the flub way li Intiifflcleat There li
not enouch otygtn and the low per
ceatage It claimed by eiperlt to te
unnt and detrimental to health
3iud for clrealar and TCITI of
bestIfsi Uut Elmhurl M H uhlo Ocr
litntirt land O 1M Nuesu it K T
MR DOOLEY
dive hit final ad rice to voters la nut
uadays World
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4OOOOBETTOOAY 7T
IN WALL THEfT ON
HERRICLSLECTIO
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Odds on the Dmpcratic Nominee Are
16 to 7 and 10 to 6 but It Is Prp
dicted that They Will Be 2 to i To
Morrow 5
ODELLS FLIMSY STORY
ON PARKER PUNCTURED
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Complete Genial of the Governors S Stati j
I ment that the judge Ruled on Ship
Yard Trust While Acting aa
i Underwriter of Its Stock to
The desperation of Governor < Jhalrman Odell was well IllItrM6 1
day when he made the unfounded charge that Judge Parker was owtf si
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underwriter of the rWpbulldlng Trust and when agents of the RepifcUssws
State Committee triedto Influence tin betting odds on the State eleettei
The axcusaUona ot the GovernorChairman were effectively expfeeVed sy
Samuel Unteraycr Attorney In the receivership proceedings wke tea
more about the Milpbulldlng Trust than any man In New York aM the
atUapt Influence the betting had the effect of forcing beta ef 19 ta w < tk Jt 1 I
Judge Herrlek irU be tlectfd Governor Up to todsof Rep bllea rJ rt
been willing to put up 7K on II chance ot winning lOW la the eesL f
the cloctloo of Frank Wiyland Higgins tI f
The OoveryorChalrBian In an Interview not only charged that JwAsss f
Parker waa flnancUlltr Intorested In the Shipbuilding Trwtat tM Uistr
Ij forwaUoB baj that be refidered a docWoa M Cfekt JHIeet MM CtJ a4J
ot Appoal1t4Ypcit to that malodorous piece ot financial hlWa4e7
His tatlJ9lMlt was reefed with aaaieraeflt br his political lii4eiaMs au
with Joy by the DeMoi tlc campaign mtiwrs for It U ssjfimt M U 7
OoTt CtalrHlaa tithef dreamedtie terr In the shadow et e W
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baa been tllfQtM upon by t plausible fakir
The close of the campaign bringing out every timehonored eketfcts
expedient calculated loarouie Interest The nepubllcana of the Stoteswsj
on the defensive Knowing this the Democrats are determined to wjfft 1 i
whirlwind finish striking every blow with Ole Intention ortordsg1 tie
cray to put up hli guard 1 >
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BEISJNWALLSTREETI
ON JUDGE RERR1CK k l
It WM rtcorted tM afurnow that
more than JS5W hAltXsn jnt on the
curb Th9 ohly bet nwd puwio WIiS
one ef IOOW to 7b3 on llrrrtck Ac
cordlnn to the Information riven out
Allen McOraw ft Co took the tone end
while A A Iiouinun A Co put up 1M
I7COO on Hiicgltn
Necdham Drbi ct No M Broad street
announce that they are autnorliM to
hot r > > 000 to I UtQ on Judie Hrrrlck
New York I
Odds on nooeeV ltc rryJni w
held at about I teU I Vall street runwr I
had It thai the Democrat had btt the
Iltpubllcam to a standiilll on thIs i
proposition after pmtlna up t20W > Bo
tar as couM be Irarntd there was not
a Ml of any consciutnce1 made during
the day that nooievelt will be eUct u
Odds on the Presidency result hold at
ItoltOttOL
Expert for caters halley that Hr
rick twtton will hare to offrr 1 lol
tomorrow to fet their money placId
The energetic campaign of Judge Her
rick and Francis Durton Harrlion bn
alarmed the Republican mtchlne One
of the curb brokers who wsi talking
bet today could not tell the came of
the Republican candidate for Ueu
lenantOortrnor
BOY OETECTIYE I
CAPTURES THIEF i
Fifteen Y earOld Sleuth Causes
Arrest of Man Who Stole
Camera from Him Magis
trate Compliments Lad
Brooklyn II turning out 8hrlock
holmes younittrts nonadiyt During
the put two months three or four crm
Inals hare been arrests by clner de
Ifctlre work of boy
Before Uialitrate Cornell la the
Ontre Street Court today Frederick I
DoiNilni flte n years old of No UJ
Park avinoe appeared aj compUlaant
against Frail JorJin twenty U II
Year oU who rare hIs addrta as
OrUveport Oonn
This man ttole a camtr valued at I
fiT from me last Tuesday young
Dowalntf told the UacUtrate I work
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Abraham Cohen bet tlWO agej t US
rut up by I > 1tr RwahHa ihsfc K >
rick will be electe1 All refloat s
propositions are offer4 br the be4Ms t
toramloner Charts K XpjIah
offer ta bot WWO that Poosevet o
gel more than X electoral vptti t4
WOOO that he will carry Hint Tu k
Now Jemy Connecticut and Inliw
The campaign la this State Isipfte
llcally wound up JuJge IarkerwU41
close tomorrow at a reception nl r >
e1 him by the King County biwsa
racy Taaumny Hill will whoevjt t
all over Uanhattaa tomorros niif
and Hunjjjr tfitrnocn The Btal toat
mltte hetdqutners are deterged sat
the employee are letting toe ihrk
homes to Ole
Final lrtnicllons to the 9XOCO Detee
crult who will act as watcherslaH p
upState polling place were t W Ml
today by the State Commlttwi Ths
nipublnn practice formerly > rt >
ttai In remote polling place In Iibt Is
ttriar will be stopped tM jett f
The watchers have bien socially h
atructed to tee that they count every
Democratic vote alter the poll date
and that every ballot It preserved TM
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law peclaes that tlx ballolseifl W
Contlntttd on M Fag 1st Coiaiii l
v
for a photographic supply star at > 4e
J1J Fulton street Brooklyiu and J h
fellow mU be wanted to purcMse a X
contra We didnt hare one Jn > toek >
andth bosllent DYer toWest TWMMJ
tysecoal street to buy one TM wit
came will me and when I rot U4
earners be all he woud carry It
At Twrotythlrd street hf pull J a
enrekvpa from his pocket aDd Mid tt <
was an order for six theatre ltlr
lie asked me If 1 would r > sod lit
them an4 meet him at Broadway sail
Chamber The order was no eoodaod
of courts tit wtint where lie prjmtitd
to meet me Since then I hare bun
looking for bun and yesterday DUll b m
In Brwm Ireet erd ustJ blsar
reel a
Iisgtstrtte Cornell held Jordaa rt
tOmJUlMllltd the boy for the gol de
trotlre work he bad dear
WEATHER FORECAST
Forecast for the thirtysix hotiri
ending at 8 P M Saturday tot
New York City and vicinity
Cloudy t < M lBMi followed bj h
rains In the early mcrnlngtlt
urday rain northerly wlnefi k
crtsslng e iI
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