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MOrP.MW, FOR J|R. PAYNE
THE PRESIDES! "S EULOGY
Plans for the Funeral — Wynne Act
ing Postmaster General.
n.OM THE TR131.-NE BTBEAV. I
■vTsshltigtnn. Oct. S.— President Ronsf;p!t rntt^A
tr.-day at the apartments of Postmaster General
Payne to expr^SK his personal condolences. Hun-
Creds cf tflerrarr.s w<=re reo«»lv»<l rrom all over
the country, a large f^rtlon ct them romine from
WaaeaaMsSl Friends <f Mr. Payne's family in Mil
waukee r.-ve requested that a public funeral ■*•""
vice be held Jn «hat city.
The President paid Mr. Payne a higrh compliment
tcwiay by Isstdag tne fr»!l?wing proclamation:
To the P-^ple of ♦hf> Vni*e»i States:
Henry day Pa>-ne. Postmaster General of the
T;r.ited"st^.Tes. <t.<?d in this rlty at 10 minute* pa?T <5
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Ki?iHg to eminence by hi? own efforts, sueceowful
ia bis enterprises, attaining to positions of high
trust la private business, energetic and cons?len-
Tlou* ia his reia-T'.or.s with his fellow men, of sln
g-jlarly rcatli, loyal and lovable nature, inaptrsd by
a Isre'e sense of' th» duties of a true citizen and
wlnnjar the respect and esteem rf all with whom
hi«'afsor:a:ed. ft* was called in the fulness of his
powers to discharge the duties of a peculiarly
'reroas and rcsr"">r.!=ib!« office tn the high councils
rf" the nation. His i-ar»*r is an example for good
<-:*.'.reris to follow, snd his untimely death la
rr.~urr.ed by all.
The President direct? that th* several executive
flepartisentt and their dependencies shall show flt-
Xtng rcp&rd for the memory of thi» distinguished
public man: that the departments in the city of
Washington sha" be closed between the hours of
<• o'clock a. m. ar.d 1 o'clock r- m. on the day of the.
fimexsl Friday, the 7th inst.. and that the national
f.ac shall displayed at halfstaff upon all the
subttc bnHflloirs tnroutrtibat the United St.itfs from
%. nvr ..-♦•; th? funeral shall have taken place.
"By «irettiOß of th* Prastdrat. JOHN HAY.
Department of State. Washing-ton. Oct. 5. "3i«i.
>-tins Postmaster General Wynne Issued Mm fol
It It rrv pair.ful d'.ity to announce to the Hirers
ar.d ernp'oyes of this department the death of the
Hon. Her.ry C Payne, the Postmaster General,
which occurred at Washington, on the 4th ir.st.. at
6.10 o'clock p. BL
An bonorod chief has died, who** e»slous devn
rlnn to his duties ail itssoclatfd with the depart
rcent's varims branches fuily understood. He vii
a kindly a"d coorteotis gentleman, with irh"m his
subordinates and those having: business with the
pmemmect four.d It always a pleasure to be eon
neeteii. By h!s death th* country ".o*es a c'tlsen of
jrr!r.:j;er.ce, lore rnr.r.e.-Ted with and earnestly me
tive |a public affairs, and an official whose one pur
pose w-=s to **-rv* the government to the utnr.ost of
Ir. cNedler.ce to nr\ taxewtiwrn order, the flag of
this -•■■■- be displayed at he'.fm«3* for
thirty days, and the department will be cloyed ur.til
1 p. rr; en th^ 7th Inst.. the day appointed for the
funersl It Is further rden that o n the "th Ir.st.
the post ofTioes throughout the country h* closed v *-
rtreea the ho-irt r.f I<> o'clock a. m. «trd 1 o'clock
Mr. 'VCyrne received the following cable dispatch
from British postal officials, expressing their Bor
row at the de^th <~f Mr. Payne:
London. October 5
The Pr?toflr^ Dep^-trrent. Washington: Lord
Ftar.ley his tr^jesty'* Postmaster General, and Mr.
Bab:nr*on Smith. Perretary of the British Post
r'f.ce. desire Co expr*-«s their deep sympathy with
the Fostofflce Departssent of the fr'.ted States In
tfe fea\-y loss which it has sustained in the death
rf 11. C. Payne, the Postmaster General.
Amorg those who sent telegrams of condolences
*-ere Secreta'ies Shaw, Morton a:/ Metcalf. •«-
Fostmaster Ger.eral Charles Emory Smith, Speaker
Cannes. ex-Becr«tary Boot. «x-Attorney General
Kr.ox. the -AflaMieaa Roosevelt Club, the
FritiEh Aicbaaaador Senators Srvormer. Quarles.
tfrr&ta. Kean. Kale. Lodge, Fry*. Hacsbrough.
Fairbanks ar.d Platt. of Connecticut; P.. C. Kerens,
rf St.. Louis; RepresentaUre Babcock. J. H. Eckels,
.'. S. Clarkson. r-epresenta.tive Bingham. 3. K. Man
ley and George B. Cortelyou- Mr. Cortelyou also
pert a telegram on behalf of the Republican Na
THE nTßltftTr ARRANGEMENT?.
A cc-minittee. rcr.slEtiag of Acting Postmaster
General W. H. Michael, chief clerk of the State
Department, and Major Charles McCauley, of the
marine corps, wfll saaat at the State Departrr.er.t
to-morrow to plan the detsu.s cf the funeral ar
rangements, it i S expected that the general pro
srranirr.e adopted for the funeral of Bar Michael
Herbert will ba followed. Irritations will be given
to public oCcials. the diplomatic —.5. the Judi
ciary, district officials and frier.ds af the family.
Th* army and oavy wi^ be represented. General
Cfcaffee sent his aid to-day to offer a military
escort. The committee will arrange the order of
seating. M Rev. R. Cotton Smlt.-., rector of St.
Join's Episcopal Church, where the funeral ser
vices ere to be bald U 11 o'clock. Friday, will con
duct the ceremonies thex«. while Bishop Nichol
eon, of Milwaukee, will conduct the sen-ices in
It was decided to-day that Second Assistant Post
tOMSbCT General Ehalleribergar shall represent the
PostoSce Department at tea funeral of Mr. Payne
In Milwaukee. At the cervices ban about fifty offl
ciais, including c.v- of divisions, will attend as
representatives Of the PostofSce DapartßMßC. Offi
cials of the German postal sen-ice who are in this.
country inepecting the American postal service
have been invited to attend.
Me—hers cf the Cabinet in Washington at the
tirr.e of the funeral services will act IS honorary
7&.Ubesrers. Sr.crf.ta.ries Hitchcock and Wilson
have ir.dicated their intention to accompany the
body tr> Milwaukee, and Secretary Metcalf. who Is
comir.g hcrr.e from California, expects to reach
Milwaukee In uae to attend the services there.
The active paJlbecirers will be u:r.forr;:ed letter
carriers. Mrs. Payr.c has accepted the offer of
General ChaOe to deia.il a military ejrort for the
fcodv from the church to tr.e railroad station in
.'Washington. The »-soort also will act as a guard
to the body at the station until the train carrying
It to Milwaukee leaves Washington, at 3:30 p. m.
Xa response to the suggestion from Mayor P-ose
and other rftlxens of Milwaukee, that some publlo
exercises be, held Is that city. :■'-». Payne has In
dicated her acquiescence in any public funeral
which may be arranged r-etweea the arrival of the
body there on Saturday evening and 2 o'clock Sun
day 8-fterr.oon. when it is to be taken to the church
where the religious services are to be held.
The cfSclal daily bstotfa cf the postal service to
day appeared in heavy mourning, and contained
the order of Acting Postmaster General Wynne
announcing the death of Mr. Payne and prescribing
the observance of the funeral hours by postal em
The President to-day designated First Assistant
Postmaster General Wynne as acting Postmaster
General. Mr. Wynne can flll the place under the
law not more than thirty days. It ■ generally ex
pected that George B. Cortelyou will succted Post
master General Payne, but no aaflaiu decision has
b**n reached, ar.d It Is probable that tim President
will aval! himself of the greater portion of the
thirty osvi allowed to him before making any ap
PRAISE FROM MR. CORTELYOU.
Chairman Cortelyou of the Republican National
Ccmrr.lttee wer.t to Hempstead. Long Island, yes
terday, to attend the funersl of Mrs. Cortelyou's
mother. Sj»eakir.g of the lat« Postmaster General.
Mr. Cortelyou said:
The death f*J a * cx i .■ Payne will be keenly felt
2 V **^ C Cl * ot frien<3s - Notwlthstardln j the
m^l? *°55 pp * :r . n: ' r ••««• h* had for many
SSf^UrVlvn, fcrav * ly a burden ot offldsi work
**Donalblllty that those unfamiliar with ail
- " give and tak* the) har<i
and cenf.e, and hin desth *■•« pome as cor.eid«ra«»
nr.rt hi* e>att; will rome us a oeraonal
«I Mso-a-e7 Sut
wre his politi -: opV^.nts
FUNERAL OF WILLIAM LINN KEEBE.
Tb^ funeral of TViillam Unn Kees«. «bo died on
Mcr.«ay at the m of sixty-nine, was attended by
a large number of relatives and friends it No v
Oeea.n-av<:.. Erookljx,. rraterday afternoon. The ser
vioes conducted by the Rev. Dr. T. O. Jackson.
of fit. Pauls Protestant Epjscorjal Church. Flax
bush, and th« v. jite-j cho!r of that church sar.ff
Tfce TUv. Dr. Oonkattea L Walli of th« Kiatbuth
Tnjtch Reformed Cburcfc. also attended. Members
-Sf tfc» fiocifty of tb* ••inrinnati and of the Military
Order of Forel«-rt War*. National Comrnaadery.
•«* present wearing badges of mourning. of the
latter order Mr. KeMaa was a chartar companion
ajtd one of the four.ders. He waa at one time
treasurer cf the Etate Society of dM Cindnaatl
en 3 f->r n;ar,y * 8 « a member of th" standln*
cotasoittee of tliat order. He was a memntr of th«
nucn And of the Autnom' Club j»r.d of th«
Kl<)«oo4 C3BB of Flatbush. of which be was nrest-
Ceat lor a. number of years.
' ' Ur. iCeese was a aon of John K^«ae. wno was one
of ih* btal knows bock auctioneers and publishers
to tfcia city at th mMd'.e of the last century. The
eea «rot« a Ufa of his father, and he waa also the
•Jtfcc of the volumm <.'MltJ<*d 'vViliiam E- Bur
•<2«i. Actor. Author and Mariajer," ar.d "A Group
e< Cosie* lana." and of a volume of uoasjaa. "Tie
eMMkeaa Twi&iud Oti-r Poems."
Tijs trjrlsl -wIIJ t» la Greenwood today. ! .
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.
INSIDIOTTS CORRUPTION OF JUDICIARY.
Dangling Before Judges the Great Prizes of
To Th« Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: In th«» vociferous discussion of men, methods,
pnli-lep ar.d tendencies incident to our ouadren
nlfiJ Inventory of political 3««:rtf. sad liabilities
now tn progress a-! approaching a climax, there
his been the usual contribution of w!t. wisdom,
folly md irrelevancy to which we are all accus
tomed. There is. however, nnn pnas- or tendency
which, curiously enough. I have not heard men
tioned, and yet one which would seem to be worthy
of serious consecration.
In the formation of our government one of the
<-hief •" I of •he framers of th« Constitution was
the complete separation of the respective duties
and reepor.sibiin'.es of th« executive, legislative, and
Judicial functions. To the philosophic student of
•or form of government the apparently fixed pur
pose of the American people to preserve at all haz
ards the independence of the Judiciary has al
ways beea recognized as the great conservative
force in our system. Now. it seems to me that in
the selection of candidates for high executive
office, taken from the Judiciary, there has been a
very Insidious and dangerous progressive, innova
tion Instituted by the Democratic party. Political
ambition is en Important, and essential condition
of successful popular government, hut the removal
of the judiciary from active participation In con
tending for the prizes of political life is still mere
Important. In the numerous compiles Ques
tions submitted to our courts there must often be
those having a political bearing. Once allow
Presidential and Cubemrvtorlal bees to buzz In the
bonnets of our judiciary, what guarantee can we
have tbat opinion*, will n*»t be wr.tt^n with refer
ence to their future political effect? Th* atmos
phere of a court should be ited by no such
possibilities, and 1 am firmly of th« opinion that
If the comlr.gr certain defeat of Judge Parker, and
probable defeat cf Juiige. Herri^k. could In some
way be associated in the irnnds of the Arr.frican
people with their desire to preserve th^ir judiciary
In the future from the temptations of political
ambition, a distinct gain and definite '••guard
wouM be added to our form of eoverr.me.nt. En-
Tna.-liinentJ cf the. executive ur"»n the legislative
functions of government can M reßulatt»<l with
comparative tase rs long .->..- the Judiciary, intact
and above suspicion, remains to hoid the balance
of powei .•....- them.
To the selection as a Presidential candidate of
the chief Judgt? of tbe highest court of a great
State, to a ximiiar selection from the Supreme
Court of th«> United States. i<« or.ly a shnrt step,
and It is respectfully pubrr.!t;ed &at such a. de
s-erture from eeta llshed precedent would consti
tute a grave menace to our Institutions.
T commend theje suggestions to the extrater
ritorial consideration of the so-called "Constitution
C'.ub." a body which seems to regard the Supreme
<~ourt of the i:n!t<r>l States " rtS'iirtng unsolicited
a!d in the interpretation of the Constitution.
And I supgest further that the . x;>re?se<l desire
nf this club of Democratic lawyers to use its In
fluence to prevent the encroachment of the fi
eeutlTe uyon the leri«>.'!ve sphere o j action mlpht
row in one. of its bulletins he altered in applica
tion, and that inste.-.d of unfounded attacks upon
the present Execu'ive the club might use what
ever influence !t may po^e.^ in the councils of Irs
party to expo«e the dp.r;«er of the possible future
corruption of the Judiciary by subjecting H to the
terr.rtaticr.s incident to a rVs:r» for exalted politi
cal preferment SAMUEL. L. PAKRISH.
t*out-hampton. N. V.. Oct. 3. 1304.
WHERE NEGROES SHOULD STAND.
To th« Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: A Republican In politics, and black In oom
plexion. I beg to express my alarm at th» re
fusal of the Democratic Presidential candidate '■
express his opinion on the right or my people to
vote. I'--'.: President he would doubtless be
an-.er.aV.e to the inf.uer.c*s cf ?h->se who are in bo
great a measure responsible for bis nomination. It
may be that thai Influence Is at work BOW. If h<»
Is fit to be Preslier.t of this great Republic then ha
has some opinion, ar.d If he fears to express that
opinion that fact nnflts h!m. It is claimed that he
Is a great lawyer, and from the position h»> has
held he .--■ ti be. rVimw men -«■ great as
farmers or an rail splitters, but car.not be great In
any other capacity. Th*» South d?rr.anr!s the whole
sale: dlsfraxchiseme.r.t of my people ol that part
of dM country. If Mr. Parker Is elected, having
do opinion of his own. ore may be formed for him
by those mostly responsible for his nnrr.lr.atlon.
He may be a great lawyer now, nr.d he may re
rialn so. even while he sice* with that element and
portion cf hi* party which has ever soujrht to
evad» Red nullity nry part of the. federal Con
stitution not to their selfish liking. The perl! of
this country !« the tr^niachments upon the federal
Con*tltut:cr. b- Democracy. The life of that part
of It below Maf-t- ar.'i Dlxon's line lives and
breaths* because of a dec ; re to tamper with the
federal Constitution. From row on there should
be no • egr - in the Democratic party. Mr.
Parker has noi <I«?rr>verj * V ery prefejit a b!.T-k
man could have for being or remaining !n it. Our
hope Is In Republicanism and tha triumph of the
r.stlor.a.! Republican ticket. si
Brooklyn. Oct. 4. iSOi.
NO INSURANCE FOR DAVIS.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Blr: The following is from "The. Philadelphia
ledger" of October 3:
Fire Insurance rre.n are Interested lr. the state
ment that Henry ■;. Davis, the Democratic nomi
nee for Vlce-Pre9!<*ent, is strenuously opposed to
Insurance of all kinds and that while president of
th» TV-st Virginia Central Railroad Its shops were
entirely without Insurance protection. H« carries
DO insurance on his home.
-« not the same a fair Illustration of the business
policy of the) pan and Its Uck of liability in con
trolling the -welfare of tho genera! public"
»w.-York. Oct. i. :»4 OEOROE F. SMITH.
THE TRUE ESTIMATE OF CARL SCHURZ.
To the Editor of Th» Tribune.
c., In a attC to ths Independent Qi'ib Carl
Bebura (a«ti-R«publipan. anti-Liberal. Republican.
anti-Bryan and onti-Derr.ocrat> expressen his sorrow
because the President has been on friendly terms
with Senator Platt. Senator Quay and others. He
winds op with the remark that th friendship of
the. wicked has Its price. This is enough. in tho
language of Senator Depew. to cause a brass
monkey to laugh his h»ad off. when you consider
that "Peanut" Hill la the friend and adviser of the
Democratic candidate, that blue-eyed ••Billy"
Sheehan is his bosom friend, that the political twins
York. Perm.. Oct. 3. 1304.
WHY M'KINLEY WAS MADE A MARTYR.
To the Editor of The. Tribune.
Sir: The canting opposition, the so-ceiled Democ
racy are talking about the "martyred McKin!ey ."
What was he a martyr to? Principle. What caused
his untimely end? The same lyiiUT vilification that
is being levelled at our President and Governor to
day and their high principles. There is a determina
tion among "independents." open and rronounred
to squelch those who Jeopardize the safety of our
officials at home and discount our country abroad.
They are ignorant of tb« first elements ofiß«v«rn
ment reepect and reverence I ATItIUT.
Brooklyn. Oct. 4. 1904.
LINCOLN TO SCHURZ.
To the Editor of The, Tribune.
Sir- The, following letter, written by President
Lincoln, under date of November 34. WC. tn Carl
E<-hurs. seems to be of interest:
i have lust received and read your letter of the
«w h The purport of it is that we lost the. late
!( , n , and the administration Is falling because
TiTa war is unsuccessful, and that I must not
*io"-er myself that I am not Justly to blame for It.
WerSnly krow that If the war fails the ad
rnUstratlon fails, and that I will be blamed for
?, mhethw I deserve It or not. And X ought to be
i.V £ed if I could do better. You think I could
S^etter and therefore you blame already. I
think I could not do better; therefore. I blame
y0 l undersSi d*yo fl u 9 'now to be willing to accept
the help of men who are not Republicans, provided
they have "heart In It." Agreed. I want no
♦ him Tut who is to be the Judge of hearts, or
Tt "heart in It"? If I must discard my own Judg
«nt and take yours. I must also take that of
5wV and by the time I should reject all I
»,n*ii!i be T advised to reject I should have none
," n ,° nenublloans or others— not even yourself.
vWr he assured, my dear sir. there are men who
Z.l'* "heart In It" that think you are perform
ing yur part as poorly aa you think I am pur
It is claimed that Mr. Schurx has a large Ger
man following. Can It be true? I>. M.
Sew Tork. Oct. 4, 180«.
MRS. THERESA ERB'S WILL FILED.
The will of Mrs. Theresa Erb, wife of Newman
Erb the vice-president of the Pin Marquette Rail
road Company, who was klUled In the accident on
the New- York Central at Rochester on Septem
bar ». in which Mr. Erb was Injured, waa filed for
probate yesterday. Mr. Erb was appointed execu
tor without bonds. Mrs. Erb leaves all her prop.
srty consisting of HO.OOO in realty and J..dM in
personalty, to her husband, with thej B«epti u o of.
ner personal affects, which she wlahaa equally d>
-vide* t-»t>ee3 bar two risnrhtsw.
NEW- YORK DAllrf TRr&trxT:. THTJESDAT. OCTOBER 6. 1904.
RIG roWENTIOX OPENS-
PHI MA TE T i KES P. I RT.
Bishop Donne Preaches in Boston-
Chairmen of Houses Elected.
Boston. Oct. s.— Th<» Arehbinhpp of Canterbury
and b!shops from many ■ nf thf> world attend
ed th* op*-ninp sfsrion oT tli» p^n^ral triennfa] con
vention of th" nrusoopHl Cri'jr-*h h»r» to-day. Th«>
English primfit" was last in a ling procf-^ion of
dig^.itarlrs which passed up th<» broad a'.slo of
Triritj" '"hur^h. where the ojH»n!ng service was
tteld in the pr«eei of an Immense .~or.Kresatirvn.
He recited one of the prayers in the office <">f Holy
Communion and read the Gospel. The r»iehranr
was the Right Rev. Pnrl^l S. Tutt>. of Mlaaoarl.
presiding bishop: the Gospeller ms the Right Rev.
James Carmichael. bishop coadjuror of Montreal.
and th© preacher Bishop Doane.. of Albany.
Bishop Doane welcomed the Archbishop of Can
terbury, and then devoted a large part of his ser
mon to the divisions in Christendom. Ha discussed
the barriers which separate the Anglican Church,
fiom other denomination* and how they might to
some extent b«- broken down. While tha recogni
tion o* Papal supremacy • M impossible, the Bishop
thought that the Church •?'•' readily recognise
the primacy of the Bishop of Rome because of th»
antiquity of the Roman pee. He ur?ed a broadening
of the Church's sjjher<».
At the opening session of the House of Deputies
Dr. R. H. McKlm. »l Washington, was selected
chairman over the Bar. Charles H. Hutchlns, of
Concord, the candidate of most of the High Church
men present Bishop William Lawrence oC Massa
chusetts ■> is chosen chain of tha H°use of
Bishops by ■..■••■.»■
EARI.V COMMUNION SERVICES.
In the Erl?copnl cnurches of the city there were,
early celebrations of tJie Holy Communion this
morrir.p. All were well atten«leil !'-y visitors anil
parish i--in#"-- Before the principal service in Trin
ity, tho <-l»ri.';)l and lay deputies to the convention,
more than flv<» hundred In number, ■ ii many of
the alternates and clergy of this dloces* assembled
at the otfi'-ial h*-ao quarters In Copley Hall, and pro
cedfd to the church nt the opposite end of Poplry
Square. No ono was i'!mUteii within th* church
ptrithout a ticket, aii'l although thero are sears for
fifteen hundred persons the supply cf tidceta be
came exhaui weflta is""
A largi* crowd of people conpTvjrated in the
square in front of the church lor.s before the open
ing: of the service at 11 o'clock. Th*> Mshcps put
on their vestment* In the pdrish chape! an.i, h^a.lad
by a cruclflfr nr.d the white robed choir of TTtnlty,
marched !n solf ran procession out ol doors t'> the
main entrance of the church. The Inr.g line passed
into the centre n!s!<\ the. choir EU:srlr.£r two hymr.s,
first. ••Oh. "Twii? a Joyful Sound to Hear," and
"Ancient of Da 3*9. ■who Sittest Throned in Glory."
Immediately following thn choir came the Rev.
1 T>r. Daniel Delaney Addls^n. rector cf All Saints'
Church. Brookline. and chairman of the 10.-al
icommlttfe. of arrar.K'imenis", the Rev. Dr. Joseph
X. I^lanchard. actor rector of Trinity: th« Rev.
Dr. Famuel Hart nf Micidletown. Conn., secretary
of the House of Bishops, and the P v ev. Dr. Charles
1.. Hutehlns, of Concord, secretary of the House
of Deputies. At the head of th* bishops wpro th«
j two Jurlor bishoris of the American Church, the
Right Rev. D. H. Oreer. bishop coadjutor of New-
York, and the Klpht Rev. Theodore D. Bratton of
I Missis The bishops filed into the church In
I inverse order of seniority o* consecration.
Among the number were those from d:stant lands,
including Bishops McKlm. of Tokio; Partridse.of
Kioto. Japan; Graves, of Shanghai, China; Ft-r
(ruson. of Liberia., tthe only colored bishop in th«»
Church): Van Buren, rf Porto Rico; Brent, of the
Phtllpplns Islands; Restarick. nf Honolulu; Rowe.
of A lawks, and KJr.solvlr.s. of Southern Brazil.
The last in the lir.e of prelates attached to the
American Church \en.+ the venerable Bishop of
Missouri. th<> Ri K h» r.. v . Dr. Daniei Sylvester Tut
THK PP.IMATi: AT END OF PROCESSION.
Following the presiding bif-hor., appeared th>»
Right Her. Jarr.es Carmichael. tishori coadjutor, of
Montreal, and tho Right Rev. Char>s Hamilton.
bishop -if Ottawa, ar.d nthem of the Canadian
episcopate. Then came the Right Rev. John Per
cival. bishop of Hereford, and Dr. William Boyd
Car; emer. bUbop a( pjpor.. The Ust of all In
the lcu.g Ilae was the Primate of All Er.gland. tha
Most R'v. Ran.in:i Thomas Davidson, attended by
his chaplains, the Rev. Hyla Holilen and the Rev.
John H. Klllson. vicar of Windsor, ar.<i array«l Ir.
the brilUant vestments of his fc!rh ottlce. Or.» of
th* Archbishops chaplaJr.a carried his paatorul
At the. entrance cf the main aisle the ranks of
the American tlshops were divided a-d Dr. Tutt>,
the senior claaop. tha English Primate ar.d visiting
bishops yae!M».l between ar.d entered the body of
the church Srsit. a-li the bi3i:ops eventually entering
ths tpadoaa sar.rtuary. Ti^e Archbishop of Can
terbury was conducted to a seat of honor at the
right of the chancel.
Tte bervice waa opened by ihop Tuttle, who
wai celebrant of the Holy Communion. The Arch
hlshop of Canterbury was Gcf;*Uer end Dr. Car
rrJchkel was Eplstolwr. The sermon was preachf-d
by Bishos Doane. of Albany. The benediction was
giver, by tha Archbishop of Canterbury.
Tn« business sessions of the House of Bl.«hors
ar.ri the House of Deputies wre crilled to order at
In the H"-ise of Deputies, the Rev. Charles L.
Hutehlns, cf Concord, for fxer-ty-aeven years Iti
secretary, oalle.i the deputies to onier. Several
candidates for chairman »fr» nominated, lncludlr.sr
I'r. Hutchlns and Dr. Randolph H. M Kirn. r^^top
of the Church of the Eplphiiny. Washington. Most
of th* Proad Church liioeeaes supported Dr. Mc-
Klm, ar.f! he was elected on the second ballot by a
vot»- ot 'j>l to I*l. Dr. Hutehlns was the candidate
of rh« High Church rr.fr. for secretary and was re
elected, but declined the c3l"e because of h:e long
service in that capacity. Dr. Henrj Anstls, of
Philadelphia, aisistar.t secrntarv since IST7. was
then elected secretary, with the Rev. E<l<?ar Worth
ir.gton, of Cleveland: Carroll M. David, of MU
sourl; William C. Prout, of Albany, and th« Rev.
J. G. Glass, of Alabama, assistant secretaries. Try
rnorrow the Ar hbisJiop of Canterbury- r.'lll be re
ceived ar.d B> .greeting will be forwarded to the In
terriational Peace Congress.
. In the House of Bishops Bishop William Law
rence, of Massachusetts was elected chairman, the.
duties of the office being to .^s-i.it th.j Presiding
Bibfiop, Dr. Tuttl«. of Missouri. Dr. Samuel Hart,
of Middletown Conn . was re-elect. secretary,
and the Rev. George F. Nelson, of New- York, and
the Rev. Thomas J. Packard, of Washington, as
sistant secretaries. Tl Bishops of Albany an.l
Massachusetts resented tha Archbishop or Can
terbury to the other bishops. Thi Primate briefly
addressed the house, announcing that hi* would
give his message to the Church when he addressed
the House of Deputies to-morrow. Tho following
message was received by the House of Bishops from
the E.'lKll^ . Church Congress:
"The Liverpool Church Congress n brotherly
greetings to tha Episcopal Church In America."
"NO POPERY" DAYS RECALLED.
Archbishop. Bishops and Clergy at Liverpool
Hooted by Kensit*3 Followers.
London. Oct. 5. — Extraordinary scenes were wit
nessed at Liverpool yesterday In connection with
the annual Church of England Congress BOW being
held there. The Lord Mayor held a reception at
the Town Hall, which was attended by all the
leading bishops and clergy of the United Kingdom.
Then the procession formed and marched to the
cathedral. Large crowds gathered In the streets.
to whom several leading Low Church men. In
cluding followers of the late John Kensit's »on
and the "vVycllfte Preachers, an organisation found
ed by Ktnsit, had previously distributed antl
As the procession, headed by the civic regalia
and the Corporation, followed by the bishops and
clergy, In their robes, on foot, near-j the ca
thedral, the demonstrators began to shout. "Down
with Popery!" "Oh, for another Luther!" When
the Archbishop of. York appeared, his silver cross
of office held up before him. the crowd booed and
shrieked '•Traitors '." "It is Popery in the streets!"
"Send them all to Rome!" Amid a storm of hissing
and shouting the Archbishop passed into tha
cathedral unmoved by the uproar. A strong force
Of police was stationed about the building, the
authorities fearing more serious trouble.
SENATOR HOAR'S WILL FILED.
No Public Bequests — Son and Daughter Get
Worcester. Mass.. Oct. 6.— The will of Senator
Qeorge F. Hoar was filed to-day. It makes no
public bequests, dividing his property between his
eon and daughter. Rockwood Hoar and Miss Mary
Hoar and giving his estate in Paxton to his grand
daughter. The will 13 dated January 8, mi.
M. BARTHOLDI'S FUNERAL.
Paris. Oct. The funeral of Bartholdl, the
sculptor, who died on Tuesday, has been fixed for
Friday morning. President Loubet and Ambassa
dor Porter were among those who called at the
sculptor's former residence. The Insignia of to*
"ramifhnV Honor have, beau placed oa th» bod*.
MRS. EMILY S. MANN.
[9T TEI.ETRAPH TO THE TF.:~' V I
HtmTtn^ton. Peon . Oct. 5. — Mrs. nmily S. Mann
Chisiom. a frequent contributor to Tb« Tribune.
and the -widow of Judse W. W. CUslom. of ML-.-!.-
sippi, who w.is killed by K« Kiux in IST7. died
EDWARD KENT ROBBINS.
CHARLES HOWARD STITT.
Chnrle3 Howard Stitt. of this city, died at Jack
sonville, F!a.. on October ?>. aged ftfty-two years.
His m*» in this city was at Xo. 4% West -.i-ave.
Re was a member of the Stock Kxehange. Re
formed Chat Union and the Colonial an<i L^mch
eon riubs. The funeral will be at th» Cotlrgiate
Reformed Church, at Fifth-av^.. an.l Twenty-nlnth
8V"-r^ 5? turday - at 2 P- m - an(i burial" will be
at oodlawn Cemetery.
NAVAL WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
Twenty-two Stations Established and Sites
I for Sixty More Selected.
\ Wa«hinjrton. Oct. s— Admiral Usurer, chief of
t^i<? bureau 0? equipment of the Navy Dapartmeat
has been pushing with great energy the establish^
ment of wireless teles? stations for naval and
Funeral maritime use. a report mad? by him to
the Secretary of the N'a-i-j- some time a«o. but Just
mad* public, shows that the bureau has already
t'stnhlf?he<l twenty-two stations alons the coast.
It contains a list of sixty additional patnta where
the wireless system is to be installed. These latter
Includa not only th« North American Continent.
but all th» Insular possessions of the. X'niteJ States.
The Isthmus of Panama It included. Th» admiral
rpfjue^ta the departmer.t to take step* to secure
possessicr. of the needed tracts of larvl. The bu
reau's idea is to equip th* more important of these
stations In the near future, and the remainder as
the noceastUes of the navy and the merchant ma
rino n:ak« it desirable, having due rtgard to ex
The stations already eftablished. but not gener
ally known to the public, are Cape Elizabeth,
Portsmouth. Cape Ann. Boston. Cape Cod. New
port. ilontauk Point. New-Ycrk. Naves'.r.lc. Cape
Henry, Norfolk. Annapolis. Washington. Key West.
Dry Tcrcugas, Pensacola. San Juan. Cuiebra, Yer
ba Buena Island, Mare Island. Cabraa Island and
The stations to be established are Frenchman's
Bay. Sankaty Head. Nantucket. Nantucket Shoal
Lightship. Absecom Light. Cap* Henlopen or Dela
ware Breakwater. Assa: u a.* r Island, between Cur
rttuck Beach Light and Bodle Island Light; Cape
Lookout. Cape Fear. Cape Remain. Charleston.
Savannah River. Cape Canaveral, Cape Florida.
Alligator Reef, Boca Grande. Tampa. Cedar Keys.
Cape San Bias. Mobil* Bay. mouth of the Misals
eip;>t River. New-Orleans, Raccoon Point, Sublne
Passage, Galveston. mouth of the Rio Gracde River,
Baoia Honda. Cuba; Guantananio. Cuba: west end
of Porto Rico, Panama Canal, east end of Panama
Car.aJ. west end of San Diego. San Pedro. Point
Conc«pclor., Point Bur, Point Arena, Cape Mendo
clao. Cape Blanco, Columbia River. Cape Flattery,
Port Townsend. Bremerton. Wash.; Sitka, Dutch
Harbor, Klaka Island. Honolulu. Midway Island.
Guam. Tutulla. Cape Bojeador. Point Pledras.
Cai'or.es. Oloneaco. San Bernardino, Point Suban,
Poii:t Cebu. Point Tabuna, Iloilo, Suriabo Straits
and Bas:ian Straits.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Republican car^aisa mettaca Xos. ao: and 636 Broad
Msedag at •-:.'» Ch«rr.baT of sierra. No. «.• libarty-at..
i-.wo p. m.
Rapid Trinslt BBlaatoa ir.aetlAg. I p. a.
Kaw— Tors L*i Sslatlva l^earue ir.eea^j. r .c Twsedo, Madl
1 r-aie. *zd .■".::7-ulaL-.-«!., Jp. n.
CsiaiiTli Raatsaaw is»te)w before Sir Howard VLac«ct. of
tta Brliiifc arn-.y, e%ecl=B.
R«puM!can coaTentioas to r.jiaiaa^ Mam.ba.-» of A-#«—
r><*snocmt:c Ci.u=yr Ccvnfartioa. TajnTrany Ila".!, f.er.jsi.
Publlo rr,*«ti.i« Rt Cixp Rooscralt, One-hundred-ar.d
tweatjr-flitL-at.; r.eaj- £2gh;h-a.ve.. & p. BY
Gr».-'.uat:n* aerclHi on Uia »chooliii!3 St. Mary's, Ea»t
TiTtnty orth af ,op. m.
FV*« :• ires cf -- ■ E"«j-J of rducailon. Bp. ni. — Public
S»'hool No. 8. Kuiaon »n.i Gi\>va «»., Vr i'liu'!* F.
\V»ik«r. "T^-.e L«.»* bup-- nr CofP"" Country" illlu*
tratad): Pubila bc::o.'; N* U Hubert tr-1 Cc'.ilsier
■t».. "rank '-» EUi.iiard. "\^'caa«i of Jiaw— Tork"
\.i..ustra.:«i»: FU».io echool No. il. No. 311* West
Fcrt>-rjurt.V»t.. Thotr.a» B. Ccr.nary, *Tor4rt^ D'.iz,
tha I -, . ».-m: r ■: Mci.-o" (lilu-trated); Puhlia Sctoci
No. 135. Flrst-ava. aad Ftf ty-Cr»t-at. . Freierlclc t..
IVrtla^ton. "e*we<l«a and I'enrr.arit" (Ulostratsd);
I^ubLic i-cfcocl No. led, Ctfhrr ninth at.. :.e_ Co'.u2j.bu»
tva.. Cadi F. L*ve;i. "Tt.* Freaoh Revoluaoc"
llUu»trataO; Public achool No. 170. We htindf
elavaotß— «t.. »»»• of [ aMM>» ari , M.t. c Fraak Keek,
■The Palllpptnas" (tUnstnUs4); Educational Aii:ar.ce >
KnAt Broadwaj and JeJTer»-;a-«t-. W. W. Ker. "Elzc
tric EelUi. U«.;:rr.es iad AlarmaT (.Illustrated) ; pub-
Uz Scr.ooi No. ii. .;-«:.. West Cheater. Cyrus C
A-laxas. "New ~h; -*■* Un Have Ijearn«<l about «.:
rlo»" itllustrated), Liifayßtt* Ht:. Cn»-tuadraii-ai;.i
t'ltltj nventhilt and A'.exaciier-ave.. ijeorn F.
r ( r»tr.» "Tr;« Daveiojaseat of Naw-Yoric City" (il
PEOMINZNT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS
ALBEM-A.RLE-Admiral HlffiHtMß. V. S. N.
FIFTH AVE.NTE-W. B. Clark. Hirtford. GRE
GORIAN—Vf. B. Plur.kett. Adams. Ma.«. HOFF-
Man- Frank Campbell. Bath. N. Y. HOLLAND-
Louis F. Payr.. Chatham: Thomas Nelson Page.
"Wasnlngton: ex-S*r.ator Boies Penrose, Pennsyl
vania; Allan McLar.o, Baltimore; C. M. Hai's.
Montreal. HOTEL ASTOR— Azris Hassan.
Egypt. MTTRItAY HlLL— General A mas aJ. Par
ker. Albany. WALDORF-ASTORIA — Ex-Gov
ernor Smith Vannont; Joan Barrett United States
Minister to Panama; John Skclton Williams. Rich
THE WEATHER REPORT.
Offlcial Record and — Waahlnston. Oct. 6. —
A irtianiis that wu central Tu«day tsjaataej la lowa
his moved rapidly northeastward to the St. Lawren-<»
Valley, tacraular grest'.y la tntaaslty. An area of fclsb.
preswns of considerable ■iag"H" Is taovla* rapidly
eastward In its rear, its crest b'irg- over tha upper Missis
sippi V^ley. with pressures 30. ■• laches and over.
Showers sad thunderstorms hay* occurred from oit'.a
horr.s. and Arkansaa northeastward ti the St. Lawrence
The temperatww ha« fallen •. ■■'. '.«*.!y In the «pper lake
region and thence w>mhweefar<l through tha middle
Misa'.f»!prl Valley to the Eastern Boesj Mountain alopa
sud Northern Texas. There will ■■• showers and thunder
storms Thursday In the Gulf sad Booth Atlantic States.
and on Friday alone the, South Atlantic Coast and in
Northern Florida- It will bo colder in the Ohio Valley.
MMdls Atlantic State*, the western i^irtlon of the tiouth
Atlantic States, the Oulf States and the lower Missis
sippi Valley. The tempera! will r!s« In ths North
west, and It win be warmer Friday over tha eastern slope
<' the Rocky Mountains and the w»atem portion of the
MlKstsslDol Vail*: 1 -
Brisk to hlKh northwest win-Is will pranrail alorur th*
Atlaatla Ccast north of Hatteras and over the tower
l&lira: on th* Booth Atlantic »nd Giilf Tcajt fresh south
winds will become northerly: oa the upper lakes fresh
northwest winds will dlailr.lsa In force..
Steamers departln* Thursday for European ports will
hare trie* mi: winds and fair weain*r to the Orand
Forecast for Special Localities- For New-England.
Eastern N«w-Toric Eastern Pennsylvania, New-Jt-r*»y
and Delaware, fair and colder to-day; Friday, fair; brisk
to hUh northwest winds.
For the District of Oolumbia. showers hi the early
mi mini followed by fair and colder to-day; Friday,
fair- £r»s>i to brlslc aorthwest winds.
Fnr Western New- York aad Western Penr.nvlvs.nla. fair
and colder to-day: Friday, fair, dimtnishlns northwest
In thin diagram the continuous white line ahows the
changes Ui pressure as Indicated by l'ae Tribuae's setf
recordins baxom«ter. The dotte<? Una aao»s the tenv
perature es recorded by the local Weather Kuroau.
Local Official Hrcord. — The following official record
from th« Weather Bureau shows the changes In the
temperature for th» las', twenty-fear hours, In com
parison with the corresponding data of last year:
iw*. 1903. 1 ISO*. i»w
3 a. m. M «2: 6 r>- m M 70
oa. m. &4 62 On. m. .....OS am
»«kta...... 60 m tl 9. ix 08 es
Urn «7 73 13©. a- ~ ... — #7
• p. m. «7 TS
Richest temperature TestardaT. *"> decrees; lowest 3«.
svera«e. «>; ay »r«ge for corresponding date last year. 87;
average tor correspondlns date last twenty-fit e years. 99
Local forecast.— Fair and colder to-dajr; F«d*jr. Ult.
srtsk to. alsh aovthaMSisjtF win *h
LATEST SUBWAY RECORD.
Sixteen Minutes Ten Second* from
Bridge to J4oth-st.
• Still another record was established in the
subway yesterday. A special train, after run
nirijr to the Niri*»ty-sixth-st. station in eleven
minutes, fifteen seconds slower than the time
marie on Monday, th* entire trip to --hun
dr«»d-and-forty-fifth-st. was completed in IS
minutes ar.d KJ second. M» n prominent in
street and steam railroad affairs all over the
country were on the special as the guests of th*
vice-president. Mr. Bryan, and th*» general man
ager. Mr. Hedley. They n»rc unanimous In de
claring that the roadbed was the smoothest they
hart ever travelled on.
The party met at the City Hall station short
ly aft« 2 o'clock. Their train was of six cars.
At _':ia o'clock it Wt th<» Brooklyn Bridge sta
tion. Following is the story of it 3 run as told
by the stop -watches:
Canal-si .' - *f
fcprins-st " 2*& i: ts
Astor Place S.~:;r
E.gS:eenth-st ." "'"fl
T»ectj-third-»: "*" " ":H2:",
Taenty-eighth-st. '.'.'.'.'.'. i'^''-^
Thtrty-th'.rd-st 2 : -. :24: 24
Fortr-secon'l-s-.. rand Central" 5tati0n.. ........ 2I- "
rorfy-se,:oai-st. and Broaiw*y 2:^:ii>
Fifty-dnth-st. .". "•■ £fvM
Sixty-sUth-«t " ~AA%
S*.f.-ny-»acon.i-at. 1........... » ■;•» --0
st. .. •---• _. -•-
Eighty-sixth-st, - ™ i
Nin«y-»:xth- s r ■.";' " : 34 00
One-hun-lre.J-ami-thinl-st ..' ' " ' -" : 34 : 30
On'-hii.iare'l-an'i-tenth-st " " : 3ri : oo
On^-hundr*lHir.,i-Blxts<?r.th-Bt. 1.1.111111i111111l 2 ; ; 40
One-huadred-and-tw^nty-ftfth-st. „ 2:37:23
Total. 18 minutes ar.d 10 seconds.
Mr. Hedley said after the run:
Had we mad» Ninety-sixth -st. In as good time
as we did on Monday, we would have gone to
Or.e-hundred-and--forty-fif.th.-st. in a llttl<» nvr
fifteen minutes. I think fifteen minutes to that
station from the bridge is entirely possible, and
even better time may be made. To-day we
went to One-hundred-and-twenty-fifth-st the
acknowledged centre of Harlem, in fourteen
minutes and twenty-five seconds.
PENimfGTON SEMINARY AFFAIRS.
President Marshall's Resignation By No
Means a Signal of Distress.
Pennir.gton. .V. J.. Oct. I (Special).— The Rev. Dr.
J. TV. Marshall yesterday resigned his place aa
president of Penr.lr.gton Seminary, as already an
nounced in The Tribune, and his resignation was
accented by the board of trustees, to take sflact
on October XL Steps are being taken to select his
successor, and a special meeting of the board will
be held on Octaber 27. at which li is expected *
new president •will be chosen. The board accepted
Dr. Marshall's resismation with much resrret. its
re.at!on.s with him being most pleasant, and he still
remains a member of the board. Although his
action was a surprise to the board. it is not pre
ctpnate. but had ree.a decided upon by him three
months before. His wish was to escape the ad
ministrative burdens which a year age completely
prostrated him and imperilled his life, arrl to re
turn to Lhe mor» congenial work of the Methodist
ministry, !r. which ha had beer, most successful.
%x hi> the change of president Is regretted, the
members of the board of trustees do not regard
lr as at all m-macing the integrity of the old sera"
mary _* aa in any respect being a signal of dis
tress. The aJTairs of the Institution are somewhat
involved, as a result of ur.fortu.iate management
in a former administration, but they are bow
steadily beir.gr untangled and Improved. The dean
of the seminary reports encouraging progress in
the raising of the COO.OfO relief and endowment
fund, more than one-fourth of It having' already
b»er. subscribe.!. Contributions from the churches
of the New-Jersey Conference are averaging ebout
three t:me? as large as they -w»re twelve yeora
as;o. when th* last preceding appeal for the bene
fit cf th^ seminary was made. There ia every ex
pectation that the whole amount will be secured.
thus fre.-ir.s the seminary from debt and providing
a handsorr.ti nucleus of an endow
Inalat npon haitns Barnrtt'a Vitalllaw
Marriase notices aopeartns in THE TSIBtM will
be repnbliahed hi The Trl-Weekly Tribann without
SAMTTET^— THORNT:— On IVedcesday. October 5. 190*. st
the residence of he bride* mother. No. 4* East TSth—
St. bn th« B.i?ht Rev. B!sh-r> Courtney, assisted by
th« F..v. CX. Klrkty. EQea Haslett. inter of Mrs.
Qalntta Maitiari Tiorse. to Lionel £-*mue^ of Lon-lon.
n '. : : •?"- — CH.vr i T\'i'Tv— At Oli t-yrae. Coca..
Octc!b«r a. IS<H. by th» Ray. J. , Farias Vilhers, Anna.
Bfr-ha. daushtar of tho iat* Dai!e! ar.4 Eilan Noyes
ttviwiok. to Elford Farry Trowbrldja. si Xaw-Havaa.
WTl^rjAilS — -i:a — At "3-a»rr..<»r " TarrytoTu-on-
Hodsoa, Octijp«r *. :ji-4. by the Bey. S^Sen i*rir.«r
llA^Greeor. Louiia Millar to Roejer Butler WtUiasia. Jr..
o! this ctty.
Notices of marriages and deaths must be in
dorsed with fall name and address.
Death notices appearing in THE TBIBTVE will be
republtthed In The Trl-Wackir Trlbuac without extra
Ar»«:L John C Smith. Far.r.r I-
Bazln. Jo-n H Sxath. G«orf«.
P»»rs. Natr-.aj: T. SUtt. Cbar:«» H
Brtneksrhoft, Jao*s •«". l-.sh^e^- .williani O.
FergUSOB, i-rr.rra A. Tfl!!!»T :s. Jefti.-.na It.
Miller. Jam's C.
JLNGHLir— Ar PoucMc'er— '■•• X. T. 0e( bar S. John Car
pester Arjrrll. in a:a Sttta y«ar. •" mecal «ernc«s at hU
] H ,f. residence. No, 135 MJUtgoniery-st.. PougSlts«paiß.
on Frliay. October 7. at 2 p. ra.
BAZIN — On "W«<!T!es<sa.y. October S. 1904. a^.ar a. ahort IH
r.»*s, Jotn Her.ry Basin. la aia 53:.:-. ra*r. sen-ic«s ■»;::
>-* Be.d at bis '.ate rea'.deace. X: 214 Qutncy-st..
Brooilyn. on PrWay ever^ngr. Octob«r T. at I o'clock.
Bosicn papers please copy.
EFTER3— <^n O;tpber 5. lOOi. Xathaa T. Beers. In the
Vim v'ar of hi* aje. Fur.eral servlcos frria Ms la:a
residence. No 19t> X»w-Y^rk-*ve.. Brooklyn. Friday.
October 7. at 3 p. SB. Interment private.
ERIXf-KETRHOrr— On Tuesday. October 4. 1004. James
W-" • In the S4to year of '■* sir*. Funeral
a^rvl^-rs at No- 31 Bt. John's Place, Brooklya. Ttntrs
rtav *vtn:w at - o'clocic Icter=er.t prlva.:*. Kindly
FFR'";t ->• >N — At 1. a aVafStsa. Ca2.. Tuesday, October 4,
Eirma Adelaide Crulk»har.lc. tri:» of Rev. "W. P. B"»r
ruson. Funeral at Lea Angeles Thursday aftemooa.
Burial at RedZaJiJ*. Cai.. FrMar.
M (hM'ERAL SOCIETT OF MECHANICS AND TRADES
MEN OF THE cm OF NEW-YORK.— Executive Of
flo» N -i 20 West 44tc-st — Ere. hers: Sorrowful announce
ment t-i mat.? •■■f tbe death cf Brother Jame» C MUler. on
Otobrr 2. KM ft>r twenti-one years a, member of tha
JOHN BE-VTTIE. TT«»t<Jent.
RICHATtT> T. DA 1 ». Secretary.
SMITH — At Oranje. N. J.. October 4. 1004, Fanny trene.
wife "f J Warrsa Smith. Funeral ssrvtces Friday
afternoon, October T. *t 2 p. m. from her lata residence.
No. ;■.' El.-n-st- Interment at Boaedftls C«=e:erj - .
SMITH On the 4th lnst.. G*.->ns» beloved rrisbasd of
Hel»n B Smith. as>>d •H' years. Funeral FrtJay. Octo
ber 7 ar 2:3 Dp. m.. from his lat« residence. No. 5S
New Lawn-aye.. Arlington. N. J. Relatives and ir:~- '. «
are Invited to attend. Interment !n Arlington Camecary.
Carrtases will meac I'M p. in. tr«Lin from Caambers-at..
STITT \.t Ja-lcs.->r.vtUe. F'.a.. on O<tober 5. 1904. Charles
Howard Stitt. of thts ■•-. a«»i 52 years. Funeral sar
fi.-es at the Collegiate Reformed Church, corner ith-a.v«.
and 2f«th-et.. en Saturday 1 . October >. at 2 p. m. Intar
in*nt at froodlawa t'enietery at convenience of Uie
ULSHOEFFTR — On Monday evening, October 3. io<H, st
his re*i.l«nc«- No 501 F'.fth-ave.. Wllluun Oracle, soa
of the :.'.'<! Michael ar. 1 Mary Ana UlaaoeSer. la his
BSth ye^r Funeral aervloeti wilt h* held at lira..-*
«T".urch. Broadway and 10ih-«t.. T'.iur»iiy rcorniajf.
October 6. at 10 o'clock.
\TII^UIAMS — Sudien!y. at •-- late residence. Xo. 312 srh—
aye , on Wednesday, Coroner 3, anna M. Wti:tasi9.
v-t'low of Edwar't T. Williams, l-vnerai services at u.-.e
Church of the Heavenly Resr. No. 551 3th-av«.. on Sat
urday. October S. a- 10 a. m.
Great rinel:»wn Omrtery. i.315 ikarea. — Prira,j« sta.
t:? n and chapel. OrTlc»». 4« U*. 34th St.. New Tort.
•3d M. Frank F. CaiapheU-atephen Merrttt.
ETr^•; « Inmt.. J»t-3 Weat I3d St. TeL II3S Cnalsaa.
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jSSuJP 0 } H*^** * Co.. 31 Boul«var<l «*»■»-—..-...
V"S .-.a.s, 3ur«au dcs Straasjsra.
roatwentai Hotel c«wistan4.
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Br«n:n. No. 37 Afiana da rOc«ra»
|prraa Comiisy. Nil 11 Ba» gsssaat
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HASr3CT>iT— Anertcsa Espr«s» Catßjway. »». a T«»
ror th« cccvenienc. of TRZBgyg SSADESS akMSf
■rranceraaata hay, bean mad* to keep th« VJLTLX aa«
hot«;i' A TRlBf NE on CI» la to* raadlac room* eS tka
ne«,» natnei b»l&w:
LONDON— Hotel Vlctort.. S*roy Hotel. T*« La lfh—
H^ :e -, Carltoa Hstel. C!artdx« # » Hotel Hotel Matro
po.e. Midland Gr»ad Hotel. Th» Howard Hotal. Nos«
wo^kofJf RSSn at; Quaan'a fioMU xx * Bt * *•*"*■
w ' 3«e''
EN< IJ- AN IP—1 P— A3«: P hi Hole!. ZJ-rerpocl: 3*l<Eaa<l Kstet.
SSSS^S Qaeetfa Hotel. I^efis: Midland HotaL
Bradfo--d: Hotel TVe!llrr.Oß. --.nbrl*» Walls; MZdlaaa)
HcfsL Morscam!* Bay: Midland i -el. Derby; Boa>
)!m !;;'«? t » | . ShankUa Hotel. Is!» o« Wijiit.
BCOT^ANIV-st. Enoch Hotel. >:«jco«: St««ea Hotal
gtbr! '" ea -
PAR '/- Hotel Chatham. Hate! > Un« »t d'AIWon. Cw=4
**">;•• *• rAth4n*». Gra--.<l Hotel. Hotel CoatlasataS.
. a Palal3 . Hotel St. Ja=a«« *sA AllmnT. ll*<>
__/» 1 -* 9 Hotel. Hotel Re«lna.
2^, ;' I X?l~ Ll<! ' Grand Hotel. BrusseU.
S-^w :N: ND — Tha Kurhacs. ■■!■., MI I« -1
CiBMANT- Nassauer-Hrf Hote!. Wlaabatfea: Four tta^
sons Hotel. Munich; Kct«l BeEevn* Dr«*lea: I»«a>
■'r-s Hote!. AJx-la-Chapelle: Grand Hotel. NoiaaUai'W
n urt»Tnb«r*erh«f Hote!. XurenbeMr Frmr iJ—toTH
Hotel. W! es bad«a: Hotel TT'/JieUEe. TTlaabadan: Hotal
Kilserhof. Wi-sba>len: Grand HotaL •Wllh*lS!«*wbe»
tn.«ch H-ne!. Ctilcsse: Harms Hotel. Oolo«n«; ftiak*
fartee H^f. Frankfort: Hotel National. 31 «Hw»i
H ite: Grand Mcnarri'ie. A.:x-:a-rhapaua: Hotel Kal««r
ho?. Gciesber»-on-P.h!=»; Hotel Rer-aa, Badea-Badaa.
AUSTRIA AND StVT'I"/t:KL.4yp — Hotel Bristol. V.anna:
Orand Hotel isarta, Budapest: Hot*! 3aur aa Laa>
Zurich: Ho:*l <!e la Palx. Geneva.
ITAL.y ANT> SOtTH OF ntANCE — Hctat Matrqaola,
r.-rr.e; Grand Hotel. V*s!m; Grand Eot»'Ro=«; aaa»
Polac* Genoa; Graa^ Hotel : r.ra:. Rrir.a: Botat
Hote! fanle'.l. Venlca; Hotel £• i* Villa, Tin*wi Pal
a-« Hotel. Milan.
fShouli be r«a<J DAH.T ty a.. tzuttsim!. as "lain—
may occur at any Uine.i
Foreign malls for the weei »".-""n October 9, 1804. will
close (jfomptly _-. all cases) at ma General Poatolßee «a
fo^ow*: Parcel Pest Mali* a.cse om hour earlier thaa
clc%'.r.g t:~i9 shown below. Pa.— a Poat IXalia tar Oar
ear.y close at 8 p. tn. October 3d and IQtS.
RiST-lar aai Suriiieiseniary ilalls close at Foreign Sta
tion (uuiuai of V/«st and Morton Strqats) hal£ hoar late*
than clcalng tin? shown baicw ■aoapt thai Sv.pciament
ary Malj te» Eurcye. ar.J Central A3*r".ca. via. Coioa.
clcsa ono iour lat«r at Forelxn Siatlos>.
THr.T.sr>AT (StaV^At I a. — for Franc*. Bwttaerta»S.
Italy. Spain. Portojai. Tv; ker. Eiypt. Gre«c» aad
Brttbfl Ir.lia. per s. -i. La Savo'.*. via H*»ra (salt f<»
ci^e:f;arts of Europe mual t>« dlrsctad •'Bar a. a, L*
rP.ir.vT iTth) —^At 6:30 9. m. tat Azores la'anria. per a. a.
•~li.t^p:^. from Bcstcn
6ATUHT>aT iSth) — A? 9 a. Bl for Eurcre, per a. a, Fhlla
de'.rs^t. via Piyraourh and Cher&ourg (mall for Scot
ia-.!. Ijverso-'i aai Irelaiul nias: be directed "*p«r a. a.
FSUsieipala"!: at &:Z\) a. n. — <*r.-_arv 10 a. aJ->
far Eurcpe. per 3. s. Carripaala. v^ Queenatow-n antl
Llrergool; a: 9:30 1. m. for B«L|rtum direct, per a. a,
Ze«:ar.i »3iatl cust ba directed "per a, s. Zeelaad'*);
a: *:30 a. m. for Ita'y direct, per 9. « Process Iran*
>.Tia:l aust ba directed *"c«r a, ■ --Tir.caaa Iren«.">: as
«:io a. it., for Scotland direct, per s. a. Anchor!* 1 mail
Tr:st "« directed "per a. s. Anchorla">.
?."C>Tli_~C — Flva cents per half ounce In a<Jdia » th»
r»s\:lar postage ciuit -.* prepaid 02 all letters jardett
Yy tie ouppianientary Mails, and letters del lad ia
tha drcps marked "Letters tor Foxelcs Couatn* >s after
the Closing or tho Kegular Mi:; for dispatch 4, a par
rcslar vassel. will not be so forwarded unless auclk
aJiitiocai po*ta<» Is fully prepay! tiaraoa by stamps.
f- j'.i.^r.-. ir-y Tnr.sarlar.tic Mails are also opar.*J
or. tie ct*rs of the Ajeerlsas. Engllaa and Freach*
st»aruers, w^esever th» iailins3 Mew at 6 a. as. op
tatat and late mail may ha deposited tn tie mail boaaa
c; vr.e piers of the Gensaa — .-?« "a... froa Hobokea.
The mail* as. the p!er» open on* hear and a ha.* bafor*
sailuiz time, and close ten - .- shM bt*3r» M''t«| tuna.
Or.ly r»r-*-aJ pesta^e (letters 3 cents a haM ounca> ia ra—
quired on articles called en -.-j piers or th» Aasartcan.
White Srar ar.d j--.--r.a3 (3e» Poat) •tearsers^ danbl«
r ■-• <-:* save 10 cents a i^lf ounce) as ctier liaea.
11KVL9 FOR BOTTTH An CEXTRAZ. AiGatlCA.
west :n"d:zs. Era
TH' ISI'AT fithj — At • a. in. for Cuba. Tocataa aa4
Car- reci-e. per ■■ *- Hi 1 . -.-1 (niAil tcm other parts a*
Xcdco rr.usi be directed •"per a. s. Havana' at 12 at
f ,. Mexteix -•r a. a. S*r.r:a*o. •-•!* Tarrr:;o (sail must
ta directed "per s. a. Sintiajo."") : at 12:30 p. a. (*r:>.
Bl«=*eat*r» 1:30 p. m.) fcr St. Thaniaa. St. Ool^ L«e>
wa-d and VTindward Islands aid G.iiarjy par a, a.
Pj, — ta (rr.all f:r Grenada and Triaidad ~u»t be dl-»
re.?ted "T-r 8. s. Parl=a.">.
j^-'iat (too — a* T a. — . for v»«rr-'^r-!iaßi. p*p a. a>
Slbertaa frroa Philada^phl*: i: I p. 3. for Tsuataa
ani Co»r*cha per » ». I>a«Ery.
SATUF-^^Y <sth) —^At 4 a. m. for Barss'-da, per a, e>
Trtnldad: at S:3> a. m. iupc>em>>n'UU7 »^3O a. m.> tat
Curacao a-id Venezuela, per a. a. Maracaiic .aiail fc»
Cotombta. via Curacao, mast be directed "per a. a.
afaxacaXbor*): it 9 a. ft tor Pcrto Rico, par a. a>
Po-c«. via ran Juan: at 6-30 a. vs. (sup^leaicitary
10 3>> a- tB-) -- r Fcrtun* Inland. J&salca and ColombJa«
exi-ert Mas-iai^na Derartsent. per a. a. 3:Mria (aiaU foe>
C-»ti F.'.ca. via Ltmoß. csust be .liractei! "per a. a.
Btbtrta**); at 10 a. m. for Cuba, per a. a. SSssleo. »1*
Havana: at 10 a. in. fir Grenada. Trtaldad. -fniiill
Fc"v»r and Guiana, par a. a. Maraval; at 12:33 p. 13.
for Antir-a. Marttniau« and Vaadeioupe* par a, a.
p-ortJa iniiil far Barbados. Tr-*i;dad aaa Guiaaa> nnat
te directad "per * a. ?roci»a") .
TTEPDAT (Hth) — At 1 p. m. f"r Ariantte*, X^ajaaa?
and" faSaajaap; per a> a. ■Vv'elah Prtac*.
jftAlLd FOa^TAUDSI) OVSRI-ANIX nti. LXUJ'W
CUBA— Via Port Ta=^ FU.. closes at tb!e aSoa 4*o*.
arc*?* Thursday, at t3:30 a. a. (tia cennactme maj*>
"»" »ere on Mondays. Wednesdays and 3ararday*).
MKXICO ClTY— Overlaßi. usleas apedaily addreaaad ft*
d'spat-h ty ••-easier, doses at tnia oSes dally, axoeps
. 1.30 p. m. aai 10 JU > sn. Buada»»a«s
c rr. and 10:30 p. in.
tsVrcuSDUXO « except Parcela-Post acana>- By rail
t» >; 3r tn =ydney. and theses by steamer, alaeae at <hfta
cfi^ 'dilly at 8 JO p. m. <3ocoact:s« malla doae ha**
#r;^ Mo-iay. Wednesday and Saturday).
JAMAICA-!* rail to BtCn - "dttge. " ••"■■a,
closes at thi» oSce at 8.3J p. m. Tnaadajr.
to rvmtiJßMa and thence by ■rea.iiaa, elaea*
at 'h>a >dc* at 10:30 p. ai. Wadoeaday.
BRITISH HCN-CnU3 HO.V3CRA3 (Sa«t COJWO «a 4
GU \TEM-\LA— By rail to Naw-Ortssn*. and theses ty
.tea-tier cloaca at this oSo» <i^'T, axc^t Sunday, at
ti 3i> d. m. a=d tIOJO p. m. Sundays as M p. m. a*a)
+IVSO p. r=. v Hltaej aaC closes oars Jtcadaya at
COSTA* nic^— By rail » Va»^orlam»a. aad thaw* ty
sterner. Vlos«i at this office daily, exoept Sunday, at
'••I^n m. acd TlO:SO p. m. Buaday» at tl«Tp. sa.
aid no":SO p. m. icoonecOß* mau olaaee bare Tuaadaj*
xi^ARAGCA (East Coaat>— raT. to X«wM3r!asas. aa«
t^en-e by steamer, closes at this office daily, eaaaa*
SuadW. at 1 1:30 p. m. sad tlO^p. m.. Sunday* at ft
° tn end ♦10:30 p. m. (oonenr'Bn mU ciaaaa heje>
Th=rsdays at 110:30 p. m-).
~tßer.atered Mall e'.oeea at 9 p. m. p»e»tuu» day.
TRANSPACIFIC SIAXLS. rORWJLSDED CrrOZOJID
1 '- " DATLT.
The »cheJu!» of <-ioeina; of Traaapactac SCalla is arraaejea
on tha presumpr.on of taair unlstarropted overland
transit to pert of saiMjc. Th« final connectteej aaatte
tixcept ■ star** TranspaclSs Mali*. whlsi* eleae •
•■ m. previous rtavi. ciosa at the General Poatoflce.
New-Tortt. as follows:
riit Islands. Australia (except We*, and N •»•*—'» 'adonta.
via Vancouver and Victoria. B. C. close at 6:30 p. m.
October 8 for dispatch, per a. a Aaranii.
Hawaii. Japan. Korea. China and Phlltppina lalaads. »i»
c^n Fran^tsco. clou? at tt.o>> p. m. October ft for dla
patca P«r - a. Mongolia
Tahiti and ilirQ'j-Ms Islands. v.a Saa Tr%~2taco, elaaaj
at s:SO p. m. October 15 for dispatch per a. a. Mart
Vew-Zaaland. Australia (except West). New C*'«
donta, «t.'V Hawaii and FIJI Islands. Tla> Se*
Francisco, close at 4:30 p. bl October 13 tar <iia>
;•.*■•■-• per a. a. Ventura. (If the CunanS steamer
camiae tbo rath matt tar New ZaaJand dues sot
arrive in time to connect wtta this dispatch. estra>
m m, tta — etostes at 5 so a. m.. 9:30 a. m. mat* •:)•
j." m. : eusdays at 4:SO a. it.., )a, a and i. So p. m.
— wt:t b*r made up and forwarded uaUl the arrtval
of tho Cunard "'earner >
Japan (except Parcels Post Mails). Korea. CMaa and
Japan, and specially addressed mails tor the PotUppta*
Islands v.a Vancouvsr and Victoria, B. C. das*, all
P . ■ October S3 tar dtapatca per a. a. Etapraaa ci
PhUippma 1-i.di and Guam, via San FYanotaeo> olaae
at S:Xi» P- m Octobar 27 for dispatch per Fatteal
Maachurla (except Nawehari«-> and Eaat«r3 ■ttliat at
at present forwarded »la Russia.
NOTE.— Unless otherwise, addressed. V7«t AoatraUa Ij
forwarded via Europe; Naw Zealand via Baa Fran
. clsoo. and cartala places in the Chineae Tim la— a of
' Yunnan. Kuotehow. Szeeawaa and Kwani*. Tti Brit
ish lr.d:a — the culckest routes. PhiUpptaea apaetaJt*
tddrtsicd ""via Europe" must be fully prepaid at the
tcrr'.Kn rate*. Hawaii 1* forwarded via, gin Tmii iaaa
cojtmuua tax COTT. Tatium
TwtaSoK Maw Tori. X. X, ■■pramaat ML IK*.