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I READN1 WYORKS BOARDERS AND ROOMERS GUIDE Pages i 1 < iI 81 ancl > IJ l1 II n
WBATHEHClonir to l ht and Tuesday
> WCATIICKCloudr onlcht a ad TueiuUy fi
i FINAL EVENING vm EDITION FINAL
t L RESULTS EDITION Circulation Boobs Open to All I J J u Circulation Books Opcn to All RESULTS EDITION
+ I 1 i PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK MONDAY NOVEMBER 71904 PRICE ONE CENT
108 CHILDREN IN
l rPEDIIATAFIRE
I
Day Nursery and Childs Hos
pital at West New Brighton
S I Destroyed but All the
Inmates Are Rescued
YOUNGSTERS RUSHED IN
PANIC FOR THE DOORS
ft t Men Employed In a Nearby
Brewery Rushed to the As
I sistance of the Nurses and
Helped Save the Little Ones
t t
t
The Par Nursery aId Child IJlplt1l
en the Manor road Wttt New nrlihton
8 I was totally destroys by fire this
afternoon and for a time the llvri of
the ice little Inmates or the Institution
were In peril Only the hereto efforts
of a swore of men from the mJghborlnj
I brewery 01 Monroe ft Eckstein and the
I cool new and pluck of the nurse laved
r the children from death
I The fire ipread with ttcrlflc rapidity
and a pinlo was unavoidable and
though the ages of the little boyi nnd
girt In the hospital and nursery ranged
from two years to ten many were badly
trulsed In the rush they made to get
out before the big brewer came to their
rescue
1 The are started In the main bulldlnit
of tho hospital and nursery It was a
threeitory frame structure occupying
abroad Area and surrounded by mall
wooden dwolllnri all of which were
consumed by the flames
Uttirftd on the Cironnil Floor
In tU confusion that followed the
3 outbreak of the Uam iw one seem to
nave learned exactly from what lource I
the lire started The same burst forth
Qn1Cairoartel + iteif + ufthe nar ny I
with almost the luddtnnen of jponiane
ous combustion Uoth that and the up
per Door were thronged with children
at the time many of them III on little
I cots
001Tht
The nut Impulse of the little ones otter
the InlUM paralysing sense of terror
p iitJ was to rush In pan la for the
doors tablet toddling about the floor
were knocked down and trampled on by
the feet of the older children before the
mirtfi and attendant could rake u N
training hand
Many little Invalids on the upper
Boon tlvsn strenrrh by the realization
f of danger crawled out of their cots nnd
J < jln d In the pawcirtrlcken rush The
screams and cries of the frightened
children rang throughout the section b <
tare any real warning of the fire was
given
I
The workmen In the Monroe A Eck
tten troMrry lhIH n r
t wr the first to rcallie the danger Ther
1 aw the il + uu >
the horplul window A tire Mara ear
turned In but as It was known that no I
Immediate naponse coup be depended
on the brewers xalhered up nil the I
leaden they could nnd nnd rushed to I
1 the rue
J U 1 Drhen Children Hack
Dy the time the brewers arrival with
their ladders the nurnce had driven the
friiMened children back from the
smoke and fire to the nUN staircases
In the rear of the structure and to the
corridors
S > rre of the men formed lines on these
narrow stalrcastu and panej the chll
dr fl down from hind U hand while
the nuriei trujjlcd to milnuin soma
form pf discipline Others put up lad
dens to the windows of the bulldlns and
brought the little oat dawn safely In
this way
uy the time the last child wiu taken
down the fire hadlSgainedilto the back
of the building and drove the herola
nurses before tnwii niitjy of them with
burned hands nnd Men and blatlnr
aprons that they had tqrueh out with
their hand When nil fere out finally
the enUro structure was afire from cel
lar tn roof
OU rUTS UO
TO DOZEN SUITS1
Shapiro Sued by Creditors
Dies of Apoplexy as He Ex
plained in Witness Stand Why
They Have Not Been Paid
GONE TO HIGHER COURT
I
JUDGE PUTS ON PAPERS II
I Middleman in Clothing Trade i
I and Was Unable to Pay
Workers Because He Could
Not Get His Own Pay
The defendant havlnsr died In court
this clue will be decided by a Higher
Court
This was the indorsement made on
the papers In the case of Henry Verger
against Joseph Shapiro a clothing contractor
t
tractor ot No 95 Monroe street by
Justice Leon Sanders In the Thirteenth
I MunlclDal Court nt No 02 East Broad
I way thU afternoon The defendant
selztd with a fit of apoplexy as he took
the witness stunt had collapsed and
died In a few mnutes
Shapiro was being sued by Ilerjer aid
about a dozen others for sums agirej t
Ing mo alleged tj be due fir work do I
Shapiro took clothing contrasts from
largo warehouse nnd let out the wo k
to the tenement sweatshops lie cal
failed to pay about a dozen of per
sons employed by him because he
claimed the wliclejilets from whom he
was taking the contracts hnd held him
i up for his money Ha pafof busners
i was nt No SS M mrde street
the tare flret cUme up a week ago
and Hhaplro then secured an adjourn
ment for a week promumg Judge Ban
den that he would he able to pay tile
claims of tlio complainants within that
time ile had hot paid when tie case
was nje4lpjUx
Thenrtt of the lulls heard woe that
C ttHuiry Kergr qf No 42 Uouverneur
strevr for IW Shapiro was put upon
the stand by lAwyer Snmuel Rosenthal
of Nu 111 Jjldridge street counsel for
all the compmlnant
Why dont you pay these peoole
thdr maneyr was nos nthaia que hl
tJeciuse the warehouse heft > Jv
for my money and I cant pay them
now i but 1 will do It Just M soon uI
am able Thin thing has affected ma
terribly and I am a rick man as tic
result of It 1
As Shapiro jcm his answer ho was
mn to turn pale and fall from the wit
4SChatr Court Offlcers Dinan And
Frost carried hm Into an aiVXnlng rcoti
where tirst > ald remedies were upplled
but tj no avail An ambulance surgeon
wat > > uLinoned rom Qouverneur lies
pita but Bhiplro expired ten minutes
oeftrc le arrljrtd
Ju tIe SmJfW with the dozen com
rlalrntit before him dl mlwcd ho
lull with the ruling given above
All of the complainants ore poor IN
pie earning five or six dollars a week
Shapiro InslsKd he Intended 13 pay
them and wiui prevciptcd frqm doing so
only by Ms failure to Set the money
fur hlm lie claimed and really seemed
t be nffrcttd ly hU Inability settle
he suits He was also agitated by the
IK pet hal the complainant In + IK t
upon n JudgtiMT nghlnst him todiy K
body execution would have been taken
und he woul have been sent to Jill
METHODISTS PRAISE ELDER
CINCINNATI Nov 7At the week
ly meeting of the Cliclnna MrthoJItt
Ministers Auoclntlon today a mjlu
tlon wes adopted expressing high re
gatd for Archbishop Kldor who L to
bs burs here tomorrow On li1e viva
voce vito her win na opposition bo
RflerwarJ a few auk d to be reoulnd
In the negative because the reulirlnn
praised Archbishop Elder ni a prelate
rim resolution was offered by I > j
Stair Chaplain of the Oilo Jenltii
llnry at Columbus who resides iwrv
Most of the archbishops and blsh w
of the country arrived today for the
obsequies tomorrow Tlwusand 10
day viewed the body of Arohblshju
Folder whch by In IJlnte nt 8 Ictern I
Cathedral
hn rent Olbbons arrived todav toJ
tbtheafuneral
bo rivrent at th < funeral liedI tho I
guest of Arphhlxp Mueller
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a j WATCH THE DOME
FOR THE ELECTION RESULT
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RED MID WHITE LIGHTS
1 PARKER ELECTED
r WHITE LIGHTS
I ROOSEVELT ELECTED a
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BEDHERRICK
HERRICK ELECTED
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WHITE AND GREEN
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HIGGINS ELECTED
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Tha rcsulto will also be displayed by stereopticon
in front of The Worlds Uptown Office No
1381 Broadway and The Worlds Har
t J tern Office No 211 West 125th St
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ONE GUESS ISWRONG BUT WHICH IS IT
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GOESTO G AY 8m
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Second Choice In the Betting in
theFeAlure vcnt Won Very
Easily After Crown Prince
the Favorite Had Quit
OCEAN TIDE REVIVED I
AND WON AT 15 TO 1
Cairngorm Run a Bad Race In
the Opening Event and Was
Beaten by the 6to1 Shot
Flcur fir Marie
THE WINNERS
FIRST RACEFleur do Marie 6
to 1 1 Cairngorm 9 to 10 2 Merry
Lark 3
SECOND RACEThe Southerner
11 io 10 Glisten 6 tn 1 2 Clo
verland 3
THIRD RACE Gay Boy 11 to 5
1 Crown Prince 0 to 5 2 Damon 3
I FOURTH RACEOcean Tide 15
to 1 1 Thistle Heather 7 to 1 2
I Santa Cafallna3
i FIFTH RACE Thsspl n 5 to 1
1 Prince CMn012 to 12 Reliance 3
SIXTH RACE Floralla even I
I Pirate Polly 13 to 5 2 Lucy
Young 3
Special tj The Urenlnj Worl1
AQUJW HACK TttACK Nov 7
Onj Tray wo i the WooUmfpB Stakes
here Ihs nfttrnaon day hay was n
strong sron l cl cHce In the betting
Crown Irliicp bring the favorite Crown
prints IIT all the aped but he tired
et the end of six furlongs and Oar
Hay came away very easily lie seems
at hlf brut lust now
In the opening event Cairngorm was
tlectf to cary the money but M ran
a bad race Bhnw could cot keep him
strncM In the run borne and Flcur de
Marie n Mol chance back to her
belt form breezed In a handy winner
Cairngorm beat Merry Lark for the
place the latter clewing rtronr
The Southerner a hot favorite In the
milt and rtvoslxlttntti race had no I
Itrotarie Retting homo In front though
It looked at one lime as If Glisten who
wyi tiring and swerving would put him
over the fence Travers rot him out
ot the tangle and ht wen easily III the
end Glisten easily beat Cloverland
Or Title Hqrlrnl
Ocean Tld came to life In the fourth
re wlnnlnc at odds of li to L Last
lime out nt Jamaica Cochran rods iJs
more She was favorite and badlr I
beaten ill was MM at tile time that
kcterWImmer hr owner and train r I
was very much d ssatuned with ih >
ride The vlctorr Kill startllcr today
partleularljr ni It Was easily done Ut
lie Cm the favorite In thU race was
tCOnnoed oa Secoed rags
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A
BIGGEST BET
ON ELECTION
Rudolph Richardson a broker of No 43 Wall strcctwas
Deported late this afternoon to have made a bet of S8COO
against 50000 on Parker He acted as commissioner for a
drooklyn Senator Mr Richardson said he had arrange
Jie bet on the curb but he refused to name the principals an
Jenied that his client was a Brooklyn Senator
This wasnt a bet on sentiment at all he explained ant
I am not at liberty to give the names The man I reprosentec
jas committd himself in the stock market on the long side
carrying quite a line He has simply bet this money as aput
or hedge against the stock he holds If Parker wins he wil
have 50000 to protect him against a drop in the stock mar
et on Wednesday
It was learned that the unusually long odds on clectioi
betting has been taken advantage of to a considerable eaten
by holders of long stock as hedge
UfNING W nln n CH nT
FOURTH DAY AT AQUEDUCT
The ETCliln World chart Atw Indred from Oral raoe at Aqueduct
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farm nn below Mi best form Nerrylark had no ncuie tlrbtck outrun all lhrtajr
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BETTING Z TO 1
ON HERRICK NOW
Even at These Figures the Hig
gins Money Is Scarce and
the Wagers Placed Are Very
Small
5 TO 1 ON ROOSEVELT TO
WIN THE PRESIDENCY
One Bet of 5000 to 800 a
Little More than 512 to 1
Was V Announced in Wall
Street
GOOD IN
MOST SECTIONS
ON ELECTION DAY
WASHINGTON Nov TThe
Weather Bureau today Issued the
following special forecast for
Election Day
Fair weather and seasonable
temperature It Indicated for all
part of the United States Tues
day except tome cloudiness and
showers or mow flurries In parts
of New York Northeast Penniyl >
vanla and New England and rains
on extreme North Pacific eoait
VP
lloth the mythical and the aIIInntCl
belling on the election In Wall street
tell off today and the brokers who
have been placing the wagers admit that
they have Urge sums with few takers
Most of the real betting that was done
repretent the pooling of small sums
>
The odds on Herrick to carry the State
have gone up and frequent small bets
of 2 to I were nude Such ommlistoni
hare poured Into a few of the cub
tinkers offices but the amounts are
very smallabout the alas that niters
Into 1 handbook shortly before a nc
I t run The oils on lloosetelt to carry
the Stale are 2 to 1 and a few large bets
were placed at those figures
There Is much apathy In the betting
circles of Walt street on the national
election When the Wall street district
shut up on Saturday 1 to t tvis of
fered on n09 stret with few taken It
was tstlmaled today that there Is OX I
00 to man In the hands of beater lu
be placed at those mtis but at there 1
are no takers It It dlitlcult to estimate
Continued on Sno d JMge
for Hugh ape CoW e H < tren lake lni
Cur vlihaut thjKtkia At all Jnjj II
88212 Answers
to World Advertisements
were received it The World1 isle
I
Office during toberIo39J
more than same ptrlodlut jar
i t ifcfisi
RIOTING AT POLLS
FEARED BOTH SIDES J
NO W CHARGE FRAUQ
Election Superintendent Promises
Wholesale Arrests ToMorrow While
Tammany Prepares to Raid Alleged
Negro Floaters in Assembly Districts
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JUDGE FOSTER SOUNDS
I A NOTE OF WARNING
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Instructs the Grand Jury to Reflect that
Exaggerated Conditions Are Fruit of t j
Election Time and to Act with Delib
eration Tammany to Protect Voters
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The extraordinary activity of both Superintendent of Elections Mor
gan and Tammany Hall in securing warrants for alleged illegal voters <
promises trouble at the polls tomorrow I
Supt Morgan has had sworn out about 10000 warrants according
to common report and has in addition signed 4000 special orders ot
arrest Tammany Hall has scoured thousands of warrants most of them
calling for the arrest of alleged negro colonizers
It is asserted by Tammany that colonization of negroes has been
I done on a wholesale scale in the Fifth Seventh Ninth Twentyfifth
Eleventh Fifteenth Seventeenth Nineteenth Twentythird Thirtieth
and Thirfyfirst Assembly Districts Election district captain have been
given warrants in all these districts and the police will be called upon tcj
serve them in case any of the suspected negroes appear to vote
TALK ADO UT RACE RIOTS
In some districts there Is talk of nee riots If tho alleged colonized
negroes Insist or going lu the polls
So that early voter thwte who go to the rolls between 6 and M
oclock In the mnrnlng will be amply protected in their rights Tammany
Hall had prevailed upon several Judges Justices and Magistrates to tail
their plata In certain pollcu stations In the city and be prepared to bold
court there for the cases that arise before 9 oclock tbo regular opening hone i
of the courts
It was announced at Tammany Hall today that Judge NewburgK
tho Court ot General Sesslonc will tc at the EMrldge street station Jurf I
Foster of the same court at tho West Fortyseventh street station JoMke
McKian at tho Eist nightyeighth rtreet station Jiutico Zeller at the EM
One Hundred and wentsixth street station Maglirate Mayo at Ellsabctk t
sticet Magistrate Slogan at NYcst Thirtieth street end Magistrate Mow at
East Twentysecond strict Similar arrangements are to be made In tlHfi
Bronx nnd In Brooklyn 11
COURT SUGGnSTS POLITICS
The unprecedented demand for warrants on the part of Mr Morcm r
has attracted more than passing attention from tho courts Judge Warrea st
W tester charging tho November Grand Jury In Part I of the Court oi
General Sessions referral to the matter today as follows
Today Is the day before election Party fccllcg runs high and some
times before election men do and say things lint they would not do and say
the day following If any election case li presented to you today eiamlna
It with the greatest care Find out whether or not the case requires Imme 4
diate action Lit us have no Indictments for the purposo of giving political
advantage to any party You nro not hero for that purpose
I think I have detected In times past indictments found Immediately
preceding nn election that have been dismissed a few days after an unworn
I and unholy proceeding I wish you not to countenance such things In any
respect rJ
SANCTITY OF VOTE TO DE PRESERVED
No more grave or serious crimes no crimes fraught with greater
danger to tho country exist than violations of our elective franchise I do tt
not mean to belittle such cases with you but think that oa the day precod
i I lug an election you will be able to Judge whether such cases are honestly r
not It
I presented or
I If they are honestly prosecuted find Indictments It you think the cb 1
cumstancea warrant an inquiry but be suspicious If they are brought to
you at tbe last moment and determine for yourselves whether Indictment
should be found l1
The foreman of the November Grand uJry h Lewis E La Tonr an
advertising roan of No 342 West Fiftysixth street
Supt Morgan asserts that he has had 100 men at wr k for six wclcs
Joining organized gangs of floaters who are to be brought from nearby eltlej
In New Jersey and voted In squads Arrangements have been made he de
clares to have each member of these gangs vote In thirty different election
districts lie says that his mea have the loiters spotted and will causu
their arrest as fast as they appear
To execute the Morgan warrants there will be at the polls tomorrow
COO deputies between 50 nnd 100 SecretService men and 1000 policemen
sp tlilly dctnllod The Tammany leaders look for very few warrants to
be served As fast as woutdbo vrters are armted key will be taken In
hand by the Tammany workers who will take their cu3 frto the nearest
I court without delay
TAMMANY HITS HACK
Charles H Knox Chairman of the Tammany Law CottTWtee Issued
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statement today In which he accused Supt Morgan of running the Draw
of the State Superintendent a Republican annex Ho dcmiacei 54
literal tie obtainment of warrants before election without any Ictentloa et
serving them until Election Day 1 r
If any crime has been committed says Mr Knox It was at ate Oar 4
of registration and tbo statute provide ample punishment for such Brtawitf
I It Is 31r Morgans duty to ferret out such crimea and place the WMDM9
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