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Thli E V i. IS 1 WOKLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
KftTHWH. the latter
the Unltetl DiiIm
Feature of the eln tlnn were the 'n
creased aentlment in fnr.tr of mn
ufTna and the nmwih of the Sjrlallst j
vot. The (. v v,ne may leseii
TOU.VM In the rountr In Illinois It eras
Ifln.OSa, and three SoetatlStl aar He I -J ,
Jo th. Legislature In Nf York Htata I
the Socialists polled proba.ily HO.nno- the
la, test of the cattcrirm vote. Of Ihess ,
I.4M war caat in Greater New lor., j
In New Tork City the Independence !
Leatru. polled a fe vote over ,(). I
dona, and possibly in O result.
LATEST RETURNS ON THE NEW
Praetlcilly complete reliirnn from New
Tork Btate nhr Wilts. tlSO.TJI. Ta?t
450.4M, Rooaevett K.M, fur PfSStSMi
and Sulier 1,017, HedM Ms, 007, MlaM
49, COO, for (Inventor.
Martin Olynn, the Democratic candi
date for Lleutenant-f !m ernor, pulled the
largest vote of any candidate on the
Slat ticket, the number esreedlns thil
for Suiter by about LOW. Ths reel of
the Democratic Mute candldatte ran be
lew the vote for 8ulr.
Tamn.any elected two Supreme Court
Justice. Donnelly and Whltaker. In
Jpanhattan The DaWWII alao elected
ttro Judges for the Cuurt of Appeaia.
Cuddjback and Hocan.
ANNON AND M'K I N LEY AMONG
Lata reporta from Illlnola Indicate
that "Utide Joe" Cannon did not pull
through after all. and that Conitreas
lcn HcKlnley alao went down to da
fat. The latter waa Preildent Taft'a
prs-oonventlon campaign manager.
election beta In Wall atreet have been
paid off, and It la eetlmated that not
more than llOO.noo changed lunula Th4
aa only ..ute.d.- betting. Individual
and private wagering, alao, however,
Waa unuaually email.
" In 7few days I'rttaldent-elect Wllaon
111 be aaked by Chief Wllkle to eelect
from a Hat of men the three he wants
tact aa hie guard until he ta Inau
rated. Bonari ell Tarrlra Canal Soar.
... COLON. Panama. Nov. ".The Pro
gressives c.wne out on top of the poll
or the Presidential ele. turs In the Li
na: Zone. The figure' were: Rons tv.lt,
4.1M. Wllaon, 7X2; lbs. 440; Taft. M;
NO HOPE FOR THE NATION
UNDER WILSON, SAYS DEBS.
Socialist Leader Says "Interests"
Will Not Let the Democrats (Jive
Relief to the People.
TKRRE HAUTE, Ind Nov. 7. Kugen
V Dene laeued a statement to-day In
hlch he Insisted the only relief will he
jpl any real good to the working-men
Ap - i women of the country muat come
. Horlallem and Lliat therefore
tie ... .it benefit can be anticipated
(rum the Wllaon admln.atratlon. The
"candidate for Prealdent on the Soclallel
ticket said In part:
Tha result of Tuesday'a election ought
' hot ts be a surprise tu any one. The Ite
PuliHcan party wae apllt wide open and
it waa not rnaaunauie to expert that
either could win out against a invite)
JlHemocratto party. The outcome la for
tunately so decletve aa to plain the
.J i.tki -rati I party In complete control
of Che National Government, so that
Sfter March 4 there can be no dodging
' "That the administration wit 11 be a
flit failure goes without aaylng. If any
I ulleal tariff revision or any other leg! -ntlon
in MM Interest of the working
r-l.iaa la attempting, ilg Intereeta will hu
l'..-M from In a way to make demo
Jcratle ateu.amen hesitate. If eitch an
(attempt shtnil.l he persisted In. which It
Siiit at aa Illc.Jy, 1K Interast will pre-
clpna!.- a Panic h 1 1 will j .. !,. the
ountry and utterly dlm redlt the leiim
li'"If the Adm'nlelr.'ifi'Pi itt.vniui in
serve tlte peiile It 1 lie tl'.wirted li)
Si. e big lntereiitii represented by Rynti,
.Pelm-.Mt and Hulllvan nn.l If, mi the
.'Other hand, the Administration In con
trolled by Will atreet It Will be eter
aaily damned ami repudiated by the
"rank and Hie of the party."
BIG TONG WAR IMMINFNT.
I JUDGE HAS BEEN WARNED.
It' Judge V.'arren W. Foater announce I
.if torn the liench of (leneral 8oalonH U-
ilay that he nau tn'ot tnatio i inat tn"
n caat dlaturbancte In China'. wn wen
really the forerunning akl: m'.a :ie of a
Toag war, which wae to have truly
"I am Informed. " he aald, "that the
lllp Sing Tonga h ve Imparled gunmen
Ifrotn other cities w.th the Idea of egler-
iHlnatlun I am determined to prevent
?uoh a war, If It be poaalble. Every
ttilaamen who li brought beforo me
' l OBVtctad of carrying e revolver will
. reoslve a lenience whioh wilt be a warn-
ng to othera of iua kind that tbla city
a no place fur them "
liitee Knater a few yenre ago. wrote
'mid brp-.ig ,t about the acceptance of a
I neace treaty between the rival tongn
ivhlch wae only recently broken ltla
Jrumarka to-day were cauaed by the con
viction of l.ee Tung, a Hip Hlng. of
liSvlng had a long I lued-rteel ravulver
,f voung cannon allbre In hla pocket
re. hen lio waa arn-itel Aug. II Tong
fuas remanded f"" een't-nce on Friday
ON TRIAL FOR MURDER.
Jul.a Urgrrs leened lleatrre
Cktamr Again! I'alrl. l. Iletlln
Patrlok Devlin wan put on trial be
ore Juatlce Crane In the Criminal
Iranch of the Supreme Court, Brooklyn,
,.ja for the murder of MaribsU Tlor
:e on Keil. Yi. After the evident) fOI
ie uruaiicut.un w comp.eli I
.1 u I i oi
ane oruereo trie en ne
Suurder In the aec. ml u
It w ehMwn ly tin- in .... it tn.r
evlln went 10 No H Ada nil mre I
to rlslt hla Wife, from whim he waa
Mepareieo. and gut into a eranaitt vvi.o
ar And Tlerney, I in iiji v ua.in an.
lurry Mayfleht, with wliom hla wire
ad been drlnkln. Devlin caught up I
is and alajihed the three men, 1 lei -
Devlin appeared aa a wiuieee tor
hushaud She aald tnat he (oukIii
aslf-defenae and waa not reapo.nlble
for the quarrel.
jWtlson raxaOy Oroup
jlrroo for the Coupon.
Ivcry ruer of next Sunday'. World
4t fivl in opportunity tu obtain a
Srce photogravure o( the neA'Presldent
'anJ hit family. Get neA Sunday'
tnr. and Stubbs of
being defeated for
ESCAPE TO SEA
May GO to Bermuda, but Not
on Private Yacht,
WON'T RESIGN THIS YEAR
PresiJoiit-IUoct Plans tn Com
plete His Jersey Legisla
I'RIM'KTuX, H. J . Nov 7 Now that
It'a all over, I'real.lent-elect Wllaon
want to earxpe polltli'M and the poli
ticians arid get AWoy off nonu-where out
of reach of both rt' - 1 1 and t'elera.ph. And
to-day he la laying hla plana to do It.
Within ten dnya or two weeks he will
tnr. for a month' ahaence. He will
not eay where he la going, but H la
underetnod he will eall for llermuda. ao
companled by Mra. Wllaon.
Humor had It In Princeton to-day that
the Governor would have a private
yacht, furnlahed by a cloee friend, at
hla dlspoaal for the sea voyage, and that
thla would begin the morning of Nov.
10, next Hnlurxlsy a week. With him
would be Mra. Wllaon, hla hoat and
aotne correapomletita, aald thla report.
Itut the tlovernor, wnlle admitting
that llermuda, or aome place In the
South waa In hla thought, aald he would
not sail on a private yacht, hut would
make the trip on a regular ateanier If
"The time hna come now to do a lot
of thinking." la the Preetdent-elect'a
I think my right courae Juat now !a
to hear everybody and Hint I should nut
make any atatementa."
Thla waa the anawcr he made to-day
tc a aerlea of recreate for hla attitude
on national and International queatlnna.
TO CARRY OUT HIS LEGISLATIVE
PROGRAMME IN JERSEY.
"One advantago of being elected
Prealdent," aald Oov. Wllaon, "la that
people will gen your name apelled right.
My flrtt name haa been given every
form that Imagination can originate.
They aeem to have gotten It right thla
The President-elect waa aaked about
hla future courae In New Jeraey.
"The Htate platform In thla election
preeented an extenalve programme," he
said. "I will try to get the leadera In
the Htate together luat before the Ixla
latlve aeaalun and then apeak for them
aa well aa myaulf. We will endeavor to
map out a plan of action as wall aa a
Among the reform measuree which
the Governor aald he looked forward to
accotnpllalilng waa a revlalutt of the
"We have advocated that every year,"
he remarked, referring again to the
fact that the Legislature had not
hitherto been Democratic la both
FIELDER PROBABLY HIS SUCCES
SOR AS GOVERNOR.
The Governor will not realgn until
after Jan. 1, when the Legislature
meete. He ope'te to havo enacted the
meaaurea he haa advocated In abort
The Demu ratlc majority In the Htate
Senate Ineuicj the choice of a Heme
crat to eucved the Prealdotit elect as
Governor when he rcalgie. Uf the New
Jeraej law the Prealdent of the Senate
become Governor on the death, reaigna-
tlon, disability or absence of the t'tate
Kxecutlve. Thua the .Senator dhosen to
preside over the tipper hoose will auto
matically aucceed QOV. Wllaon.
Kenaler Jatnea Y Ple.der of Hudson
County la alatrd for the place. Mia
MgllM 10 th Presidency "f the Senale
ire reconlnd by at leaat a majority
uf hla ajollaagtiajg, and he would hold
Mice a" Uivi-:nor in the PreMdent-
elect'a resignation until until January,
TELEGRAMS OF CONRATULA-
TIONS POURING IN.
Telegrama galore continued to pour
In to-day at the Wllaon home. "Big
congratulations, and for God'a ealie
get an automobile that won t go over
ten mllea an hour." waa one of the
meaxagea that the Governor read with
Krom William M. Wilson, a relative
of the President-elect In Franklin, Pa
came the following telegram:
"Heartleat oongratulatloua and all
l.aat wlahes. The clan rejoice with
(Mjn practically all the Democratic
Govern i- and u hoal of men In public
life there came congratulations. William
Mortlaaoy. Secretary of the Colorado
B rattlST hood of loeomotlve Trainmen
wired that die organisation would give
the new Prealdent "its hearty support '
A cablegram frum Nau Juan, Pnrto
Itlco, to the l'resl dent-elect read:
"Hearty congratulation tu standard
Wearer of Democratic principles In Ajner
Ira. UalOU Party fully cuiindetit Jus
tice at hands of party that always
Stood for their right in (Vngiess.
The Pnalilcnt-elect looked eagerly to
aaagd the Ml huakot of -mail filled to
i frtluw ln;. It appearel that he would
continue h a custom of opening all mall
himself. He Ilka, t do It.
"You know th I can recognlxe the
Opcwrltera of some uf my personul
f.-letids," he i luard. I don't know Juat
liuw I do II 1 gueas 1 11 need a tonl
go through that pile, though."
He i.e. .in alowly tu opeu sums of the
lettera aa hu talked
WATCHES PRINCETON TEAM AT
After luncheon at his home In Prtnce-
ton yesterday the President-elect had a
. long talk with William F. McComba,
: Chairman of the National Committee,
. who had been his guost.
- aUiortly altur air. MuCoinb had loft
National Convention Based on
State Pluralities Would Stand
T. R. 714, Taft 334.
At the Chicago National Convention
Ta.ft reoHved M votes out of 1.182 com
prising th convention's makeup. Of tills
number elx were absent nn I IK) refjaed
to vote. If the National Gonventlon had
been constituted according to the plu
rality vote of the two men, Stole by
State, on Tuesday. Kooaevelt would hav.i
been the choice of the Republican Na
tional Convention by the following vote:
This dues not Include the vote of the
The following fable shows the vote aa
It would stand to-day had the conven
tion been able to act on the pluralities of
Tuesday, and how It did etand In the
teat vote on the selection of temporary
. Arttoua .
. Arkanaaa .
. Colorado .
. Delaware .
. . Florida . ,
. Oeorgia .
. . Idaho . .
. . Illinois .
. Indiana .
. . . Iowa . .
80 .... XVoalslaaa .... 80 I
18 Mala ia
IS Maryland 8 8
88 Maseachueetts .. la 18
80 Michigan 18 10
84 .... Minaaaota .... 84
SO . . . Mississippi ... IS 4
88 Miaaourt 18 80
8 Montana .... S I
18 .... Wekraska .... 18
8 vada S
8 . Mew atampahlre . S
88 . . . Vow Jersey ... 88
8 ... Mew Mexico ... ( .8
8S ... . Mew Tork ... 78 13
84 Morth Carolina . 8 81
8 . . Morth Dakota . . 8
48 Ohio 14 84
10 10 .... Oklahoma .... 4 IS
8 Oregon 3 8
78 . Pennsylvania 13 84
10 . . Bhode Island . . 10
18 . . Booth Carolina ..XI 7
10 . . South Dakota . . 10 1
84 .... Tenneaeee .... S3 1
39 Texaa 31 S
8 Utah 7 t
8 . . . . Vermont .... S S
IB 18 Virginia ta a
14 . . . Washington ... 14
15 .. West Virginia .. IS
18 .... Wlaooaaia .... 18
8 . . . . Wyoming .... 8
Alaska n S
. . . Dlst. of Col. . . . S
... Fhlllppinee ... 8
. . . Porto stloo ... 8
T14 334 BBS BOB
ON TAFT TICKET.
It waa believed at Republican National
Headquarters to-day that when the Re
publican National Committeemen meet
In Chicago next Tuesday to select the
running mate who, with Prealdent Taft.
wilt receive the vote that the Repub
lican Presidential and Vlce-Presldentlal
candidates will get In the Electoral Col
lege, they will Mini former Poatmaeter
General John Wanainaker of Philadel
phia. The committee will meet In the Con
gress Hotel in Chicago next Tuesday
i 'malted Hstveeen t ar and Penes.
Janiea McOatrlck, a laborer, was
crushed between a fence surrounding
the subway excavation at Sixty-ninth
street and a south-bound Lexington
avenue at.rtatv car eiiny lo-ouy. II
was taken to Presbyterian Hop1tal suf
firing from Internal Injuries. MoGat
rl'k Uvea at No. 47 Kast Hlxty-Jilnth
the cottage, the President-elect and
"Silent Hill" Mclionald. hi body guard
w. Ike. I rapidly across an open field and
boded for the university campus.
It was his first walk through the
streets of his home town slnoe hla
election to the Presidency, auj l. any
of his neighbors and friends stopped
him to offer congratulations.
Gov. Wllaon leal Capt. Hill to a aeat in
I , , nnrntr of the eralidat&nd and fur
'" I ten minute they watched the secret
football practice. Several of the
graduate ' 808S88B oaine over to con
gratulate the Governor on his great
Leaving the football field, the Gov
ernor and Capt. M. I'm. il l started In
the direction of Carnegie Lake in the
outskirts of Piincetun and had a long
Ths Parson's Ad vies:
Ts Ssd Ctest Oeugk nsjpa." t. a bei
DID YOU NOTHBB
HE WILL KEEP HIS
"I Will Be People's Governor
and Will Serve No Boss,"
He Tells Evening World.
"Kverr word I aald during tha cam
paign, every pledge I made, every
promise I made about bring the people's
Governor ami subject to no dh'Atlon ex
oept that of my own coneclencn, I
stand by moat emphatically now," Gov-
ftrnor-elei't William Sulzer declared to
an Kvcnlng World reporter at hla home
this morning. "I shall he the same ser
vant of the people that I was when I
served tcic State In the legislature and
"Furthermore, I set about redeeming
my pledges to the people the moment I
found mjself elected to the Governor
ship. I am npt stopping for vacations
or celebrations In my work. I shall be
Congressman to the first of January
and I shall keep working on that Job
tc the very last moment. A week or
so from now will find me In Washing
ton again in the Interest of several
very Important measures I have In hand
In Congress. Among them Is the hill to
create a department of labor, whose
secretary will be a member of the Presi
dent's Cabinet; another hill to Improve
foreign service; another to bring about
an International maritime conference,
which la to aim at the prevention of
such catastrophes as the Titanic dis
aster. "When I am Governor the people can
rest assured I will do my utmost to
carry out my party's pledges," he re
flated, emphatically, hla voice resonant
with earnestness. There was no doubt
ing the meaning of his words as he
promised to be free, fearless and pro
gressive "And a Democrat through
and through, " he added, emphatically.
"The people of New York have had
an example of the kind of work I am
likely to do when Governor. They
know I was the pioneer In the tre
mendous task of tenement reform.
Twenty-two years ago or so I set about
the uphill tight of wiping out the ter
rible peril of the poor the unhealthful
tenement rookeries of that time. There
were only a few choice spirits with me
then. From the rirst The World and
The Kvenlng World were with me In
that fight. Since then tha social re
formers followed us In that direction,
and then the cities of thla country,
and later the big capitals In Europe
Merlin, Vienna, Paris, and later Lon
don." "As Governor I will keep the house In
Albany open to the people, aa my home
In Washington and In New York has
always been. The latch string Is hang
ing for any one to use and came In.
There will be no frills, furbelows, epau
'eta or touttone In front of my home.
I am of the people and ahall remain
The home of the Governor-elect
BSSmad certainly open this morning
when The Evening World reporter
called. Mr. Sulzer was at breakfast.
yet he received those who came with
a cheery greeting and hospitality.
The library was a faast for the eyes.
Great baskets of roses, banks of chrys
anthemums and Jars full of violets
bloomed In every corner and from the
tops of bookcases and desks. The Oov-ernor-elect,
reporters and friends and
reHaitives present were all pressed into
service by Mrs Sulser In arranging ths
many floral tributes admiring and con
gratulating frlenda are aendlng every
hour to the house. Sheafs and sheafs
of telegrama and letter pour In every
hour 4.2H0 of them yesterday alone.
Tho Governor-elect waa very happ:
over a telegram of congratulation an 1
good wlahea from Supreme Court Jus
tice Charlem E. Hughes.
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Deputy State Comptroller Wallace S.
Kruacr transmitted the following ap
praisals of estate under the Inheritance
Tux law to-day to the Transfer Tax
OfAOS of the Surrogates' Court:
Mrs Margaret Antoinette Fahnestock
of No. 457 Madison avenue, who died
Dec. aj, 1WK, left an estate of ,'VjJ.ii"..19.
Andrew U Gardiner of No. 1T0 We.
Seventy-second atreet, who died April
li, IH10, left an eatate of I1M, 142.71
Jacob Flelsiiihauer, who died May fi,
1911. left an eatate of JlMs.itM.M.
Daniel Sheehan. who died March 30,
1907, left an eslato of 185,039.12, consist
ing entirely of deposits 1n savings banks
and accrued Interest thereon. He be
uueathed li.ono eaoh to the Little Sisters
of the Poor, House of th Good Shep
herd, House of the Holy Family, Mis
sion of the Inimaculute Virgin. St. Jo
seph'a Hospital, Foundling Hospital,
Convent of our Lady of the Itnaary and
the Si tun Hospital for Consumptives.
Simon Kelgel, Who died Dec. 10, 110,
left an estate of ti:',W0.
Iluakrl Leu HloomenUial. who died
Dec. 8, 1900, left an estate of 112,012.
Charles John Klnnln, who died Nov
2. 1911. left an estate of tS.K,l, .lepnslts
in savings ounaa. -nie btuenclarles ar
hit; four daughters.
INTO EAST RIVER;
Fights Fiercely With Two Men
Who, With Assistance, Fi
nally Rescue Her.
Mm. Madeline YVirelll's ten-yenr-old
daughter, IJlllan, accompanied her
mother to-day when she went for a
walk in Thomas Jefferson Park, three
blocks away from the Morolll home ,t
No. 4J3 East Dne Hundred and Fifteenth
street. One or another of the children
has always been with her since hr
husband, u retired contractor, began to
fear she was contemplating suicide.
They sought shelter under the shed of
the recreation pier at One Hundred and
Twelfth street when It began to rain.
"I have a headache," said Mrs. Morelli
after ten minutes of silence. "I think I
should like to be beneath the water."
She started for the bulkhead at the
end of the pier with the child clinging
10 her skirts and screaming.
Shaking off her daughter's grip, Mrs.
Morelli flung herself into lite water JuBt
as Policeman Monahan of the Eaat
One HundroJ and Fourth atreet atatlon
came to find out what the screams
meant. . William F. Murray, tho pier
wtttrhmon. was close behind him.
Lillian still continued her screaming,
end brought other rescuers In the per
sons of John McGulre and Philip Flood,
employeea of the Park Department.
McGulre threw off hla coat, kicked
off hla heavy boota and leaped Into the
water, catching Mrs. Morelli aa she
came up. She fought dceperatcly to
As an ambulance carried Mrs. Mor
elli and her still unconaclous daughter
to Harlem Hospital, McGulre and Flood
were disputing earnestly aa to who
should tu home and get dry clothing for
WANTED BY ALLIES.
PARIS, France, Nov. 7. The Balkan
allies will ask for the partition of Eu
ropean Turkey, leaving the fate of
Constantinople to the decision of the
European Powers, according to Premier
Pachltch of Servla in an interview to
day with the curr spendent of the
Temps n Itelgralc. Tie BstrVlSO
"Servla wants the porta of St. Gio
vanni dt Meduu, Alessln and Duratio
on the Adriatic Sea. which the Servian
Empire possessed In the middle uges
gnd by which she was territorially re
lated tn the rest of Europe." a
Servia haa not received any pro
posal from Austria, but assuming that
Austria has no territorial designs, Ser
vla la quite willing to favor economic
and commercial expansion for Aus
tria. The Premier concluded by aaylng
that the Balkan allies desired Turkey
to treat directly with them concerning
peace and not through the Powera.
STORM SIGNALS UP.
Hlgrh winds Are ths Forecaat for
Tbla Kirnlng .
The local Weather Bureau to-day re
reived the following special from Wash
Ington: "Hoist northwest storm warnings.
Storm over Virginia Increasing rapidly
and moving northeaat; high southerly
winds to-night later turning to north
west; warnlnga ordered from Eastport
Barsflars' Battery Raplodrd.
Police Captain George Wakefield, as
signed to the West Seventeenth street
precinct, was Injured this afternoon b.y
ihn ..unlnalon of a battery which was
found on n burglar at No. 134 West
Twenty-alxth atreet. The officer was
conducting nn examination In the back
room of the atatlon house when a hid.
den cap In the battery exploded and
blew the Instrument to pieces. A small
piece lodged in the captain's left eye,'
and he was taken t i the New York
iiiisnltnl for treatment and then left
rntnrs fnni hating
a well iiouriabrd. im oth
sbbm ranniiig bmly That wmw
lends helping band. Keeps all
the parts working with ths great
estlhsrniony prevent wear and
KfttAU rioti, .uiooni. DaaUra.
bmly Tliat s whitt
HADLEY WITH TAFT
FOR TICKET TALK
Missouri Governor Evasive, but
Friends Say He Will Not
Fill Sherman Vacancy.
WASHINGTON, Nor. 7. -President
Tart returned to Washington to-day at
9.40 A. M. The private car of Gov.
Mudl.'v of Missouri was attached to the
Prealdenfa train at Harrlsburg and the
Governor came on to Washington. He
will confer with Mr. Taft to-day.
Asked If he would take second place
on the Republican ticket, Gov. Hadley
"I haven't been asked."
Oov. Hadley did not see President
Taft on the train on the way to W'aeh
Ington. although their cars were placed
together. .Mr. Hadley said he had an
engagement to meet the President at the
White House later, but hail not fixed
the hour. While the Governor said ha
had come to Washington on private
business he did not deny that he would
talk with Mr. Taft about taking second
place on the Republican ticket to go
before the Electoral College.
Si veral of the President's callers,
among them a Cabinet officer, who had
conferences In the executive offices dur
ing the early part of the day. expressed
the opinion that Gov. Hadley would de
cline to take second place. One who Is
quite close to Hadley declared the Mia
aourt Gm-ernor would consider It an
Mr. Taft found a grist of routine
waiting his return and some special
things to look after. There was the
Thanksgiving proclamation to be Is
sued; a commission on industrial rela
tions, authorized by the last session of
Cungresa, to be appointed; a successor
to Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, as chief of the
Bureau of Chemistry to be chosen, and
a new Commissioner of Indian Affairs
to be appointed to succeed Robert O.
Most Important of all the work wait
ing for the President Is his annual mes
sage to Congress. This probably will
lie sent as one document Instead of tn
sections as last year. Possibilities of
an extra session are discussed with
animation everywhere In Washington.
Many liemocrats are convinced there
will be one.
WANT TAFT ACTION
I FOR BALKAN PEACE.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Peace socie
ties and Indlv! luall are appealing to
the President and State Department to
lane step lor .tueivontion 1st the Hai
tian war, not b force of arms, but
through the offer" of good offices.
These communications will all be prop
erly acknowledged where an answer Is
Invited, witn an expression or regret
that conditions do not appear to Justify
uny action by the Cnlted Statea.
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PRISONER SAYS GOPHER
LEADER SHOT HIMSELF.
McCauley Says Madden Gave Him
Gun, but He Handed It
John McCauley, a teamster, of No 4in
Tenth avenue, was arrested to-day
charged with shooting yesterday morn
ing of twenty-year-old Owen Madden,
leader of ths notorious Gopher gang.
McCauley'a wife and William Hennesy,
seventeen years old, of No. 503 West
Thirty-seventh street, were taken Into
custody and detained ns material wit
nesses. Mhen MeCnulcy. was arrested In his
home by Capt. Tenney of the West
Forty-seventh street station a loaded
six-shooter was found In the flat. He
said that he had met Madden at Arbour
Hall, Fifty-second street and Seventh
wenue. while a dance was In progress.
Madden had a Run and hnnded It to
McCauley, savin;,. "Po me now; you'll
get me some day and It might as well
be now." MoCauley swears that he
handed tiack the sun ami aald. "If any
body does any shooting you had bet
ter do It yourself "
Then, according to MaCnuley. Madden
took bark the gun and shot himself.
Madden's story Is that he waa sur
rounded by eleven members of the
Hudeon Dusters' gang In the midst of
the dance. Aa they cloaed In on him he
told them that they didn't have the
nerve to shoot him.
"I told fliem," he said, "to give me a
gun and I'd ahow them how to do It.
Then one of them pressed the gun
against my side and fired." Madden
couldn't tell who It waa who shot him.
EXPECTS THE PARTY
WILL BE REUNITED
Newport, R. I, Nov. 7.
To th Editor ef The E'enlag Wortd:
The Republican party Is still the party
of liberty and progress. Differences as
to the Presidential nominees this year
will not prevent Its members from unit
ing to carry forward constructive legis
lation fer the benefit of all when the
coming Democratic Administration falls.
WM. PAINE SHEFFIELD.
ON BATTLE FIELDS.
LONDON, Nov. 7. "The bravery of
the Montenegrin women is marvellous,"
aald Major E. II. Richardson, Just hack
fapm the scene of the war. "Manyi of
the wives, daughters, slstera and sweet
hearts of the soldiers have gone to the
front to carry provisions, cook and
"It Is estimated at Cettlnje that at
least R.000 women are In the field. The
Montenegrin army haa no regular corps
to look after their transportation and
commissariat and these women are do
ing the work, so that all the men may
be free to fight.
"Princesses -Xenla and Mllltxa are
working like slaves In the hospitals
where tne wounneu are much more
numerous than the official reporta ad
From Sofia a report has been received
that a wealthy young woman, the wife
of a Hulgarlan officer, has been shot for
selling military Information to Turkey.
Time to Go Home.
(from the llttaburgh I'oit.
"Well, dear, I guess the honeymoon
"Why do you say that?" pouted the
"I've been taking stock and find I'm
down to 12.65."
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Ashamud to Go Out. Cured By
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