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fLFUND MAYBE NAMED TONIGHT BY JUDGE PARKER
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ARE BROKEN AT
la1 AOUEDUCTTRACK
Invincible Smashes the First
One in the Opening Event
1 While Israelite Breaks the
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f Record in Bay View Handicap
ISRAELITE WAS A BIG
FAVORITE FOR HANDICAP
With Ascension as the Only
Il Other Starter Speedy Colt
Has No Trouble In Winning
the Event by Three Lengths
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THE WINNERS
FIRST RACEInvincible 9 to 2
1 Emergency 13 to 6 2 Right and
True 3
SECOND RACE Kickshaw 13
to S 1 South Trimble S to 1 2
i Akela 3
THIRD RACE Danseuse 7 to 2
a Esterre 40 to 1 2 Ballllgsrent 3
FOURTH RACElsraellte 7At
20 1 Ascension 5 to 2 2 only
two starter LLIIJlJlls
FIFTH CEQrenldo 3 to 2
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1 Cloverland 3 to 1 2 Lord
Badge 3
SIXTH RACE Dlucher even 1
I Supreme Court 6 to 1 2 Red
Ruler 3
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Sp ecaJto The Et nln < < < tRACE
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RACE TRACK AQUEDUCT L I
Nov GThe Dayvlcw Handicap was a
M match race between Israelite and As
cension Orthodox and Graceful de
clined to start against the crack two
yearold IsraelK was made a strong
favorite over Ascension Ha had to be
many pound the beat to win
I 7 BchlHIni Was asleep at the start and
I Ascension started away with a three
rI lengths lead She held her lead to the
t stretch where Illldebrand came wide
I carrying Israelite with him Schilling
t y then rams to the Inside and overhaul
k ing Aicenalon had no trouble In win
a ning zanily by three lengths clipping a
7 UftH of a second from the track record
iBltcllte must have run In oloso to I3
The opening event went to Invincible
tipped by The Evening World and
e heavily played by those who noted
Cochran riding of this horse at
Jtraacla Trovers rode today and In
vincible running In true form won
easily Kickshaw backed from I to 1
to IH to 1 was also tipped by The
Evening World to win the second race
litlaat race was only a braze prepar
ation for todays race and the killing
come off all right
Fancy ireu heavily backed In the
third rode wai away badly and Dan
abuse the next beat made all the run
lng and won easily The weather war
t So bit raw but the attendance was good
Hid the track tact
Inylnc4ble AVIn Easily
invincible a 5 to 1 chance went to
ti the front at the start and miking all
1 the running won easily by a length and
a half from Emergency who wvi the
favorite aM tecond all the way Ill hi
nod True third all the way was bea
A ten threequarters of4 length for the
i M place The trick record wa beaten I
I t4 thra ftlrs of a second
i
I 4 Till Good Tiling Won
Kickshaw went to the post ft favorite
i lie was played for a killing from t to
I down to 6 to t and the killing cam
I oft all right Kickshaw went to the
front at the start made all the running
and won easily by three lengths from
South Trimble who was second all the
j way flushing fourlengthl In front of
i V Akela who mode up A lot of ground I
Easy Mace for Untueuie
t Fancy Ores was aheavliy backed fa
I rorlte in the third race but the ma a
very bid race not finishing In the
1 money Danseuae Jumped to the fr > nt
M the tart < nuda al iti running and
WOO eaallrl bye nve hrnIhi from
won easily by nv lengths from Ell
Ivtr who ww half a length In front of I
t nel1ll1ent
Israelite tlreeird Home
i Aicjnslon bent the tale1 about three
t length and showed the way to the
stretch turning wide and carrying
o Israelite out Schilling then took the
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latttr to the Inside and came home
winning easily by three length
Grenade Bead plovrrland
t k Cr nna wis thee faynrlti Inthe Cflh
race lie waiw un litkju n to the
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NO SCORES AT HARVARD
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West Pointers Score on Tigers in First
Half and Are Unable to Repeat theM
Jer eymen Meanwhile Rolling Up
Twelve Poirits in Fierce Game
FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY
At West Point Princeton 12
Wut Point e
At New York Columbli 10
Stevens O
At New Haven Yale 22
Brown 0 I
At lthses Cornell 50r Lthlgh 6
At PhiladelphiaDickinson 44
Lebanon Valley
At Cimbrldge Harvard 0 Dart
mouth 0
At Carlisle Indians 28 Ural
nus O <
At Philadelphia Lafayette 0
I Pennsylvania 22
At Georgetown Chapel Hill 0
Georgetown 16 r
I At Wllllamston Colgate 0 Will
I lams 0
I At Annapolis Navr 20 Penna
State t
At Mlddletown Weileyan 23
Unlverlsty of Vermont O
At Chicago Chicago 30 Texas0
Though no great surprise marked todays battles on thewhlte barred
gridiron the contests In which the major elevens took part were marked
by desperate play from the starting signal to the final blow of the referees
whistle Harvard wag unable to cross Dartmouths goal line but the Now
Hampthlre giants were also abut out from scoring the game ending 0 to 0
Princeton had a narrow squeak In winning from West Point by the
More of 12 to tf the Cadets putting up the gamest kind of a defense many
of them flehtlng until they dropped In their tracks and were carried from
the field on stretchers AtM end of the first halt the Army had the
lead but the superior weight and the terrific hammering of the Tlgar for
wards battered li1 > down
Ye bed an ny triumph over Hrown winning by 22 to 0 Cornell
Continued on Seventh Page
BANK IS BLOWN
UP BY T HI EL ES
ST CLOUD Minn Nov 5Burglars entered the bank at
Seeker Minn this morning broke open thesafe with nitro
jlycerine secured S3CCO in cash and escaped on handcar
+ I
NEAT RIOTS IN AUSTRIA
INNSBRUCK Austria Nov 5Rloting on a large scale
was resumed this afternoon the gendarmes using their bayo
nets Troops are coming in from a distance The authorities
may proclaimmartial law A strong force of troops is posted
in the neighborhood ofthe Italian Consulate
4
NAN PATTERSONS TRIAL DAY I
II
DistrictAttorney will appear before Justice Davis in I
the Criminal Branch of the Supreme Court Monday and make
application for a date for the trial of Nan Patterson indicted
or the murder of Caesar Young Monday Nov 14 wiU
probably be set at the District Attoincys request
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F FodtBALLBESUtiTS
At OlymPlo elf HVcljnt6fl17J Newark H S o
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1 25000 SEP
ONELECTION
Wall Street Wages Reach that
Sum and ToDay Herrick at
10 to 6 Is Tipped as the Best
Bet by Political Brokers
2101 IS OFFERED
BY ROOSEVELT BACKERS
Large Part of 1250000 Wag
ered on Result Is of Wash Bet
KindSpeculators Bet to Off
set Election Effect on Stocks
Most qf the betting In Wall street to
day ire on the retuU In the Btati
Prominent broken who hive bun
rounding the polltlralsltuatlon advised
their Cntorrers the but bet WAS on
Ilerrlck at JO to I these being the odds
nt the close of the market
Tim boding bock of the curb opera
Ion show about SlSoCOO bet on the
eliftlon but a great proportion of tide
Is fnko or wash belting There wu a
irrfat deal of belling done today by
men who are long on stocks and look
a politics from a purely badness
MinJpolnt
Then men bet on Parker at 1 to 5
fljjrlng that there will be a slump in
stocks in the event of Itorkera election
and that It they can cash 3S for every
II wagered rn his succets they can off
set any stock louts On the other
hand they figure that Itoosevelts elec
tion will boon vtocks and that the rise
will counterbalance their loue on
Parker
The odd offend that Roosevelt will
carry New York are 2 to L II J Kler
nan who li said to represent Jefferson
U Levy bet li000 on Parker at these
odds today la three bet A determined
effort Is bfjng made to hold the Uooie
nit odds at S to 1 for the effect upon
the election There Is said to be I
to bet on Roosevelt at that figure In
large amounts in the safe of an estab
lished flrrru
John W OliN AlI that lie has bet
J1MCW on Itooetvelt at 6 to 1 and
wants to bet + o99Od more Charles II
De Witt representing the Hoffman
Huuse crowd Is said to have placed a
great deal of money on several different
propositions
Ed McCullagh representing Phil Daly
and other gamblers was in Wall trert
todiy looking for Parser money on tile
general mull He said he had HWtCM
to bet at t to 1 and could find no taken
Four yean ago the oJJi were I to I
on McKlnlr against Aryan and no
Unran money In slxht The Wa stre l
odd against UK election of OlstrlctAt
torney Jerome were 1 to 1
Here 1s the agreement by which brok
ers pUcIng ben hUe their prlnclpAli
and make bels binding
We belr to connrm our acreement
nhh you as lalUMkt
In cm Parker U elected PreiU
dent of the ailed Slate In govern
her 1004 yn agree to clve RI
Plaal EleelloH torqllt
la lenMrtens Urookhra EtIL band OIt to
JTeiU Cwi TIM Uflmter ifnr TerV ti
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Reported at Headquarters That the Demo
cratic National Committee Has All the <
Evidence and That the Candidate Wilf
Use It in His Brooklyn Speech
GOV ODELL GIVES NO PROOF L
THAT PARKER OWNS TRUST STOCK
STOCKf
When Asked by The Evening World if ty I
Had Sent for the Documents He Said Ht s
Could Get in Fifteen Minutes He Simply
Stands by Former Statements
It Is rumored around Democratic National headquarters that Jude
Parkers reply to President Roosevelts letter tonight will take th < stipe
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of a direct accusation that a certain trust to be named contritoifi
31000000 to the Republican campaign fund Proof of the trans
Is said to be in the possession of the Democratic National CommittM f
No official confirmation of the report could be had from Mr 8eI
l
mont Mr Nlcoll or Mr Sheehan but there was a feeling of joyous cols
fidence around headquarters that could not be mistaken st J
After what the Judge will say tonight said one of the camptlpi I
managers neither Governor Odell nor President Roosevelt will haw
leg to stand on a I i i
The statement that a single trust had contributed 1000000 to the
Republican National Committee was made on the platform a few diji y
ago by Henry Gassaway Davis Judge Parkers running mate
ODlLL GIVES NO PROOF
Govemor Chairman Odfil was asked by an Evening World report
Ill afternoon for the documentary proof of his assertion made last wgfrt
that Judge Parker held 25000 worth of the stock of the United SWu
Shipbuilding Company and was a stockholder in United States Steel I In
his speech of accusation at Murray Hill Lyceum the Governor Chl ai
announced that he had such proof at Newburg and could produce k fl
fifteen minutes Ill
1 stand on my statement made last night said GovernorChain
Odell I will furnish the documentary proof of my statement that Judfi
Parker was a stockholder In the United States Shipbuilding Company aati
the United States Steel Company If It Is asked for ti
OFFER TO PRINT EVIDENCE 1
The Evening World asks for U and will print the proof If yell I
will furnish It I i
f
I have nothing further to say
Have you sent for the documentary proof you say you have t j
To this he replied that he had nothing further to say
GovernorChairman Odell is still in town and has no plans for
going to Newburg where the documentary proof he says b accessitfa
Newburg Is only a two hours ride from New York 5
Here Is the text of the Governors charge against Judge Parker w
I know that Judge Parker hIll 125000 worth of United States ikat
building stock U there Is any further doubt In the minds of any dtltew
I will In less than ten hours the Ume It will take me to p to Nawbterg r
produce the proof and establish the truth of What I state
And this Is not the only trust that Judge Parker has assisted li 1
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moUng I know he had stock In the United States Steel Trust If then
any doubt of that In the mind of any man Ill produce the SUM hi
If I
mental proof I will do It In the same war It desired within ftltew aIJI
utes after I get to Newburgh i
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ROOSEVELT DENOUNCES
CRY OF COR TEL YO ISM <
With Election Day only a few hours ofT there is recrimination int to
abuse all along the line
President Roosevelt denounces the statement that his appointment of
Mr Cortelyou to the Chairmanship of the Republican National Coihmit v
tec was a move in the direction of securing trust contributions and support
as i wicked ralsehood
I chose Mr Cortelyou as Chairman of the National Committee aft c
t
Continued on Fecond Paso
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n ckar Roosevelt li rlrclfl
Prertie l of the Inllrd SlaUa U
November lOftt m > ajifO to are
you a IB cn > eor death of rlthr
earl or TrllhdriHTdl till agree
IArlr h com a Tohl
AKTffA Io Re ahovee
Tho slinjtures ot brokers folbw
Grab Utttlai Bdtlnna
Very proud of the showing mad by I
the curb brokers In the betting on the
Itcllcn this year George U Buchanan
of liunnHL Buchanaa A Co No 41 I
Dqunnelt t today old an Evnln I
which bed
H oed rpor < r of VM irstom which b d II
4b 40X414 and the part 1rhlh be
bad mr onJl7 pUj ed In the drafting
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