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10 OLD DMSION FORM
Through Gen. Verbeck He Puts,
Militia Organizations in Same
Positions as Formerly.
EDDY TEMPORARY HEAD;
General O'Ryan Not Affected
by New Orders?Active Offi
cers Unanimously Approve
\ .-!,;, Sov. L?Ordera were lesued to
day by Arljutant General Verbeck, ?nder
inxtn.rtlona fiom Governor Mn. reorgan
tting the national auard <>f the state ns a
dviaion and roatorlni the varloua orajanl
mloiia to practical)) tbe same posltion
tbe were ln before the Oovornof laaued
-ri.'B last weeB dlsbandlng the dl
!. lo-day's ordera, however, do not
afteet Maior Oeneral i?^iiti P. O'Ryan.
rioitananl Colonel R Footer Walton
and Captaln Kdward Olmated, who re
cet.tlv were retired from actlve dtity.
The aetlon of Oeneral Verbeck was ap?
proved unanimouBly nt a meetiiiR here
to-day cf the eaemnandera ol averj or>
ganizatlon in the guard, a 8 U? aacen
tlon of t'olonel George R, Dyer, of the
?2th Reglment. New York, who wa* un
al-le to he present.
Oeneral John G. Bddy. commander of
the 2d Hrlgadf. Brooklyn. preBBded ovcr
the meetlng. on motlot. "f Colonel
fharlea H. Hitchcock. of Bmghamton.
commander of the 1st Reglment, infantry.
the following reaolntion waa edopted
vitho.it a dissenting 0Ot<
That it la the aense of thla meetlng that
we iiav,. tlie utmost cunrideiic? m all tt/at
General Verbeck has done. as navit-K
been done for the best >?*?"??? f/.J*?
national guard, vith an eye slng.e to that.
A aecond resolt.tlnn was then adopt-d.
recommendlng the isBuance of the ordera
calling for the reorganizatlon of tlie
General Verbeck'a Ordar.
General Verbecks order ieads as fol?
The bripades and othei mllltary unlta
r.f the neiior.ai guai.l are reorfanlsed lor
purpoeta of adnitnistraiion and commana
M B alvlsion. io be densnated the di
\ IbIoBj. national guard.
V r actlve operatloif tiie mobile I
of the national guard, oi auch poti
thereof as the Governor maj d ?
sarv wlll he reoraanlzed aa a tacttcai
diviaion or other Held unit comprlslng two
or more anna, aa pieacrtbed fn ihe
Bervice regulatlons of the United Btatea
* The' followinp dfslgnated ois,
..,' tne national guard will hereaft.
Bttaehed dlrectly to the headquarte
the di ?
Twentv-aecond Englneera; ist aui zo
rempanfea Bignal Corpa; Ist and 2d
glry' lal Fleld A tl'lerj atn) Battei \ \,
Field Artillery; ' '? : Xi:
and 2 Fleld Hoapltals; ist. 2d and '1 nm
?.. e compai
. i.raddiiarters of tlie dlvlslon, na
lional Ruarri, are e>tabllshed at No. 174
??? street. Alhanv. and the office at Ao
-? Broadway, New v?.rk City, wlll i.ei
onttmied. . , ,
General Eddy. as senior brlgade >om
inandor, nmoinatir.illy BMumea cornmand
? ?? dlvlalon until General o Ryan -
? cceaaor la appointed Frlenda ot
, ral Verbeck said to-day there was nO
foundatlon for tne reporta that he waa a
andldate for the vacancy. but that M
purpoaed to retain his present office. it
wns said the Governor rnlaht not make an
appolntment. bul permlt General Kddy to
remaln ln command.
Governor Dix Pleaaed.
Oovernor Dix d.cllned to disc.iss thU
oueBtlon. He gave oul a formal Bttte
ment ln which he said that after he bad
dlrected the lsauance r.f orders dlaband
inp the dlvlalon of the guard, the state
milltla coun.U met at his dlrecti.-?<
rerommended the callltiK ..f the meetlng
w hleh was held to-day
"1 am very much plean.d with the >inati
imoua demonBtratlon of loyaltv on the
p?rt af thla gathering <>t commandlng
officers." aay* the Btatement, "and feei
sseured that the complete hnrmony dem
onstrated bv this meeting will result in
The Governor add*d that the ofBoerB ln
attendanee at to-day'a meeting called on
Saturday's our day for nicn
ih a hurry!
With "your money bmck"
^uarauteeing satisfaction no
matter how fast you buy.
Overeoats, motor ootts,
suits. 4' Stetsou -Special"
Derbies, shirts, searfs. undcr
wcar, soeks aiul oollars.
Then its gfiy gVrtea
SpcfaJung of nitrchiug
A few years ago we ont
rittcd with our "Marclnu^"
??hoes, whole regimentson their
way to Mauassas.
\ot Ofie sorc f(K?t due to the
shoes thauks to the icientinc
"Marehiug" ihoes, fore^'en*
day wear, black or tau. $5.
RoGF.RR PUST COMFAXY,
Three Broadwiy StorfT
at at lt
Warren St. 13th S?. 34th St
d Indoraed the aetlon ha had taken
ln reorgai lalag the guard.
Aaeamblyroan Carllller, ex-chalrmaa "'
the- Aaeembly Committee oa aU-tar ???
falra, aava out a stat.-m.iit <if hla vi.w
on propoeed ehangea la tha guard, la
whlch he sal!
i beHere that tha M, U and 4th brigadea
al ould form one completa dlvlelon t<> "r
indei the eommand <>r " majoi a"enera
li addltlon, the lal Brigade couw i"
ited ea a relnforced brigade anu
under the eommand of a prlgaaier
Provlslon eleo i ould' be rnaaj
Toi the creatlon .>r a <<>ast artlllery corpo,
r-onxlatlng r.r three reglments. t" ' *' '"."'
inanded 63 a chlef <>f coaal artlllery, witn
the ranh <>r brlgadler generai.
WYCKOFF TO BANK'S AID
Says He'll Replace All Criticisetl
William F, Wyehedf, praatdenl of tha
Woodhaven iixmjr laland) Bank, whlcb
waa eloaed on Tueeday by the state Bank
DI Department on the grounda ol laalty
la maiia-. m.-nt an.l tOO liberal kttna on
real eatate development, returned from
Haion Roug% La., to his home, on Clln?
ton avenue, Jamaica, yeaterday mornlng.
Mr. Wvckoff. who is reputed I" !>?
worth nearly 11.010.110, had bean away f<>r
eeveral weeka, "iii )lis tnrnlly are aald
to have bad no knowlodga ol his travela
Soon afttr his i.turn be laaued a signed
atatement, aaylng that he would replace
all ".-ritaise.i aaaeti" Thla wlll bo wel?
come new* to tha hundreda ol depoeltore,
among whom are many Ikctory handa
wbo had beeen alarmed by reporta that
probebly aot more than li par cenl ol the
- would be reaUaed.
Mr. vVyckofl In his atatemenl aald:
1 lmve large reeourcea, and have no
doubt that |uat aa aoon as 1 can recover
sulhclent aaaurancea lo me. t the publlc, 1
ahall be able not only t.? convtnee tha
Banklng Department that tha i.mik is
solvent, but ahall ais.i replace all crlu
ciaed aaaeta wltb aatlalactory onea
Mr. Wvckoff. who, lt is underatood. had
no actlve part in the management of the
bank, bj aenlor member ol the law flrm of
Wyckoff, Clarke _ Krost, wliicli probebly
iiocs ihe largeat legal buelnesa In Queena
LAWYER FACES CHARGES
Herman Fromme Denies Mis
conduct?Referee Has Case.
The charges filed with the Appella}e DI
vlsion against Herman Promme, 1 well
known lawver. Were sent to an oftkial
referee yesterday for hearlng. The Bar
Asso. iatiuti, whlch made tha > harge
agalnat Fromme, said thal In I
Florence L Crandall deltvered t?. Fromme
0,000 t,, i,,. inveated In cotton, but the
lawyer dlverted the money t.. hla own
uae, repreaenUng to bla cllent that he had
nade the Inveatment aa requeated.
Fromme returned only D00, it is alleged.
The further eharge la made agalnat
Promme that ha converted WA to his own
ter recelvlng tha money ln aettle
iii.-nt ..1 a Judgment lor Miss CrandalL
A thlrd cluurga made agalnal aVomrae
ls that In iSio, whiie counael for Herman
s. igfert, be recovered lor his cllent 10,4:'.:*.
out ,.r this amount. it la alleged, be
paid elalma agalnal Belglerl amountlng to
? ,i converted 9\XB to his own uae
Kronini" denlea any mlaconduct He
(.a.M. he never received W.I08 Irom Mlaa
? randall for Inveatment Ha also denlea
ber other complaint, as well as that ol
SAY HALI^ IS SAFE
West New Brighton Hall Own
ers Explain Straus Episode.
ng that the readers of The Trlbune
.. mlsled by the reports of how
Btraua and his party wenl through
tha aida entrance of Colambla Hall, Weat
Neu Brighton, Btatea islami. on Tueedaj
night. the ownera Ol the hall have sent lo
Tha Trlbune thla atatement:
Stalrwai la iron an.l cemont eonati h
Mon .>f the latesl aml most Improved de
?lgnB, having been paaaed oy the loca
Bullding Department anu the Plre De?
partment when .ibtalnlng llcenae for the
iian.:e hall Stalrway ih 4 f..et wid.-. pro
tected by l*4-lncb iron ruilirme to top.
Htepa are 10 Im hea wlde by four leel lona,
end etatrway doea not run up aid* of
tulldlng Hat. but by easy stnis'fH with a
platform of cement 4 by 1 leet aquare
above 0 even with aecond floor, belnl
perallel with bulldlng wall From bottom
Of Btalrwa) to street ls LT. feet with ? n
set vvide to t-ani.- Is wt-ll
street iights an.l by lantema
w |l> 11 lll li?te
HIPPOS SAVED FROM GAS
Miss Murphy and Her Son
Nearly Asphyxiated in Cage.
Prompt action ol park laborora prob
:\ed the hlppoa In the Central I'ark
Imenagerle from being eaphyxiated yester?
Mlaa Murphy and her aon, Callph II, the
names by whlch the hlppoa are knov n,
have their wint.r quartera ln tl" ,ion
I ?..- >- ma tlma past a atrong
I >-mell of i had iii-.-n notlced, ."it tbe
I leak . oul.l not be tracad.
Yeaterday mornlng, wi.iie tbe two
hlppoa were dozlng on the fl.,..r of theli
j.eii, workmen flnaliy uneai thed the leak.
The noaea ol the hlppoa turned up ln dis
- the eas poured out ol tha leak, a
few feet away.
Miss Murphy atid her ballD had inhaled
1 ist enough gas ta make them aaore
? ? pj than ever, when keepera drove
Hiem Into their tank. Whlle they were
immrr*ed ln the wnt.-r tha leak was iv
j.alreil. The oilor was still so repulsive to
the Murphvs. however, tliat they i c
nialned under water until the alternoon.
I The gas causerl even tha llons, smne
I distance a?'a.i, to become uneaay,
BEEF A LITTLE LOWER
! From Half to a Cent and a Half
Reduction Since October 18.
There hus been a chBDgi 111 th. ?? f
wholesale beef wlthln ti.t leel i\>.. weeka.
The current prices were eaaounoed >c -
! terday, as compared with quotatlona of
.., tober ':i flnt grade rii.s aad loins era
latUl li* cents and rooada 12 cents, but
have dront,"-'! a half eent. being
In tha secotiii grade, ribs and lo|n? have
dropped from 15's to 15 cents an.l rouniH
fr..m H9A to io centB. wiuie ehucka ara
. i,,,,v I centa Instead of M In ihe thlrd
grade, rJba and lolnB are 91, c-nts instead
,.f 1<> cent?, rounds are still 8'% eenta nnd
! chucka have ^iine down from 8 cents to
TRIPS TO CANAL FOR TOURISTS.
l'o!l. wlnc the announceinent I at th*
Panama Canal will ba epened lor traffie
Iierlea ol poraoaaHir
oondueted toura <<f twenty-flve daya ea.'h
i tO the Panama I'anal
r\ . adtea b] the IlainhurR
American ?Int Tli le < rulses. under tbe
t departmeat arlH
oi the att anu ra Pi Ina Augual
W'llhelm and Ptina Joachlm leavlng Maa
York lo day, November M and M aad \>fi
? i rn.- w II '.? elloa > 'I
to cl *aa Uw latnmua and si^* Um ranal
cLiENT nm \m
Ex-Senator Whitlock in Court
on Grand Larceny Charge.
QUESTION OF $2,000 FEE
Said to Have Promised to See
Judge and Have Homicide
Defendant Set Free.
Thomaa C. Whitlock, a Brooklyn lawyer
and a former stat- Mnavtor, was aunv
moned to the Adams street police BOUti
Ib Brooklyn reeterdaY lo anawer a eharga
Of grand larceny preferred hy GeOTSe i?e
perino, >>f We, MI Union avenue. Brooklyn,
who allagod and ahoored affldaviu from
his two unelea lo oorioboraU him that
the lawyer pot IMM from him by repre
aenttng ao wonM free his younger broth
er, Bdward Depertao, who was tri.-.i for
I tnaiislaiiRhter before County Judge 1'avv
Icetl on April lt. MMi
i whitlock is allesed t.. bava aaaertea
jthat he had Been thO Judge, and th.it the
|udae had promis.d to lei tha BCCUeed off
pj Buopendtng nenteuce. The defendant.
however, on pleadlng gtdlty to man
Blangbter. waa aonl to Btaf *ing for taa
\ warrant was placed In the hand- or
Detectlve Bulllvan, but Cklof MaKlstrate
I Kempner auggeeted that It would he bet
ter to call Whitlock ap on tba telephone.
i m the police court Whitlock waa very ln
dlgnant thal a warrant had baea laeued
land told ABBlBtent District Attorney I oop
erthat 11 waa a ano way to treal a broth
e: member of the har.
?Don't Wamo me." aald Mr. Cooper.
??Irn following Inatructions."
?Better read theae affldavlta," said ( hiei
Maglstrate Kempner to Whitlock. The
ex-Senator did so and pleaded not
??,?', omse." said he. "th.a ls a BUrprlBO
and 1 want an adjoiirnment. 1 **\*
have Judge Fawcett suhpo-naed ln thls
matter." The BxamlnatloB wa., put over o
Friday, and Whitlock was paroled oa his
Utached to thecompUlnl agalnat Whit?
lock is a four-page afndavlt In which
,;,,?,,? Deperino depoaea thal on or aboul
January 4, l?lo, bo wenl to Whlttocka
houw an.i told blm hla brother had been
gecuaed of homldde. Whitlock, the de
poneni Bweara aaM he w..s famUtar with
casea of that klnd and couM probablj get
the defendant off from punlBbmenl en
The BfOdavll goea on lo aa] I tal prona
IM were made to bava ihe boy f'""1
through tho lawyer aeelng the Jui
the Dlatrict Attorney, and upon repn
Utlona that bo had di ne oo the deponeni
pald him $:,'"io for ao dolng
whitlock. the Bccuaed lawyer.
Democrat, who haa taken bh actlva parl
jn poiiticB ln tbe WHUaroahun
M. graa In tha ?Uta Benate from I i
p>,.. ntl) he engaged In or|
,,, oppoBltlon to the local organlaatlon ln
Klnga County. whlcb waa known as the
Kmplre St:.te Democracy of Klm:- I
ty, and wi* antl-M irph and agalnst Ihe
renomlnatlon of Governoi Dla When l> v
wu lurned down ihe Emplre Bl !
Democracy wlthdrew Ita oppoaltlon lo Ihe
i rfculai ii. ket
Whitlock I- .ti |ood itandli .
ver. and hla frlenda eapreea ihe utmoel
, onfldencc In blm
WEDS CLASSMATE'S AUNT
Prineeton Man Cuts Courses
Bride Misses Wilson's Speech.
When Edward W Ooltra. National Den
, ommltteeman from m
former manager tt Champ Clarl
fr. ni It Louli t" near Woodrow Wllaon ?
afadtaon Bquara apeecb, he broughl
him hls wife ami bei alater, m- atar?
garel Brown, nlneteen yeara old.
Mi-s Brown waan'l k. .-u aboul the
meetlng. and -. h< aeomed m..*t ?
to visit aome frlenda In New Jereey ahe
rtbj permltted to k? When Mi <'...itta
retlred to bla anartmenta ln the Waldorf
after liearlng Wllaon speak be received
a telegram from D Herben Hoatetter,
nephew of Theodorc H" letter, and claaa
mata bt Prineeton Unlveratty <>f Mlaa
Brown'a nephew, Edward W, Goltra, Ii
Tho telegram read: "i have marrled
Mlaa Brown w.- wlll he at the Waldorf
lo-morrow morning to aak your forglVO*
neea." They arrlved and wera forgtven.
The brldegroom was aiplalntag t>> frlenda
yeaterday how it ?. done.
"We wera tatrodueed In thi* hotel iwo
nreeka ago bj my elaaBinate, young Ool
tiii.'' tald Hoatetter. "Laal Wedneadaj l
popped the queatlon and w.is accepted
Then we v,.nt to New Jeraoj (.< be mar?
rled. There w<- found thal I ahould Itave
notlfled them twelve hours before After
lihat we Btratghtwey want t" Provldence
I More troulilo tliei"'. At llt-t ive wenl tu
' Kiitery. Me., aad wera marrled ln Ihe
KplMOpal Church. Then we s?nt a telr
|Kiani to Mr. (ioltra and to mv family. >t
Portamouth, N. h . wo were met by mv
family, who live during lha aummei ln
Beverly, -Mass , and ln Ihe wlnt. i in I'itt ??
Mr. Baatetter said <>n< ..f hia i laaamatea,
1". W. (lardner, i lasH of "14. had called al
the iiotei on Thuraday night t>. take bla I
wife, not knowltiK her to be BUCh .1 tha
llme, to the theatre.
JAIL AGAIN FOR O'REILLY
Convicted Lawyer Must Return
Until Appeal Is Argued.
I'niler a decl.sion of the Appellate 111
I rlatoa made yeaterday, Daalel o'TieiiiT.
I formerly an AssiMimt lnstrnt Attorney,
who has been out on ball pesdlni hll ap
' pe:il from convlction ?.n the i harge ..f re
itiving slolen gOOdS, wlll liave tO |.'o hii.k
tn jaii until the appeal is argued
O/Bellly was Hentenced to seven months
m the peuttentiary for his pan in the i
rtegOtlationa for the return of ae urltles
stolen from AarOBl Bancroft, aii aged
brokor. His oouaeel, John W, Mclntyre,
; BfhO defended Becker, obtatBOd a COrtiA*
CatO Of teasonahle dOUbt for hia OlIeBI
...>m .lusti.'e Briaager, which gaveO'ii.-ii
1] his. liberty aa ball t.? await lha .mt
eome of the an>eai io the Appellate l?l
liiairlct Attormy Whitman Baoved a
WOek ago to vacate ihe appeal i n t Ii*.
grennd that aaora than ? year had!
I elapaod aanca tha ooovletioa <>f (yBetlly
j ami Melatyra ha.i not nied his printed ,
caae <>n appeal. The Appellate DtvtaaaBj
yoBterday aedared Melntyra to argue bla
BPPaal Lefore Novemher BJ and BtOO I nn
! aenl t.? have the ceftlfleata <>f roaaonabtel
douht vacated. |
TO IN8ULATE CHERRY TREES.
i tn in-otect the ,/apaneae rherry ttee.a on
I Rlvcratde DrtVO from the cold Wlndfl thai
,. over thal parl >.f the <itv. park
missliner Stnvi r said veslerdav he
, I.i i.-.ve them Inaulated So fnr no!
e>m >.f Ihe tre.'a haa dled. Burtap wrap
',o.~ wiii he plaeed around the alender
Eighth A. D. Leader, Accused by
Mr. Mills, Makes Statement.
FIFTY WARRANTS ISSUED
False Registration Inquiry Re
sults Also in Seven Indict
ments Being Found.
Seven indictments. flfty warratits and a
itatement hy I.ouIh Frledel were the hiihi
iotal of yestenlay's work In Dlatrlct At?
torney Whitman'a ofhve on tha alleged
regtatratloo and primary fraoda Th.- war
ranta and Indlctawnta are for fnis.- regla
tratlon. The fnrmer wlll not m served
until the men for whom th.-y are. ba ? i
utempt to vote. Bench warranta whlch
irere laaued by Judge Bwann yeaterday In
Teneral Beaafona for tha men Indli ted may
i.e mmred ai any time.
Loula I'rl.-del, who Ogdcn I. Mills,
treasurer of the Republican County Com?
mittee, toid the Benate Inveetlgating com
nlttee turned the Rh AaoemMy i ?istn.-t
uvei to Rooaevell at the laal prUaary.
.-iii.-d at th<- Dietrict Attoraay'a oAce In
reaponae t<? a aummona sent bv Qeorge /..
Ifedalle, the Assfstant Dtatrict Attorney
who was aaatgned to Inveatlgate th.- af
rair. Frledel sald that lf there had been
rraiid atid padtling in that dlatrlct he did
101 know it. Ile w.is more iriaetive than
lOUal at ih?- last primaty election. he sald
ile was aurpruied to toarn that Mr
Ifedalle'a Inveatlgatloa ahowed that whlle
tha district had appareatly roted almoat
ts full enrolled strength for Rooaevelt, at
aaal ball the voters eoaaulted sworo they
Ild not vote at nll. and many mora tl _?
led that they cast their ballots for the
He refused to BBjr how he stood political
v on primary day?whether on tha? day
ie was working for more than one party,
tr whether be had taken money from the
Pregreoelvea as well as from the Kep ibll
?ana il.< conaented, however, to flve
xtme eceOUnl of the }_'/. he said h>- !'???
?elved from the Republli a n -
Charity of a District Leader.
Ile said he hmd an atttOf?Obllo wl '.
..-t blm 99, that he gava Pi t.. aai n ol
ili ..iptams of alectloa dtetrtcta and to
a<h nf ton othera he gava J-- Ha would
,.it expi.iin the remalnlng 1-" n
Niy; ' You know a district leadef ' -
i.- charltable." Iv_en he waa _ske,i
whether be had apenl the I
primary day he would not ai
The M-vs-i indlctmenta were hand. i ip
i.v the grand Jury before whli h M
\ i>e Pord, an Aaatatant Dletrlt l
,,. . took the charges madi b "< lem"
iikj .;,.,, Drlai mi and othera ol colon
Isatlon in the '-'.I Aaaembly Wet
ld thal none of thoae Indlcted ai i
tlon otnclal, that the Indlctmenta
aere almed at thoae a be t>ad ret
Many othei omplalnta I ? ? let tl
. ith Aaeembl) Dietrlct went
.:? \|..:, ... ii. baa i ad .<t leeet four
complalnta of fa * reglat
; .,i to Chlel m igl 'i >'?
M< tdoo foi flfty warrantt Owlng to the
..... ii,.- leel regletratlon
,i;,v fell aho >t a week lat? i than bereto
i,?, ii,. pollce bave allll a i?t i I
,, ..,,1 ,.r them and afi M< ?
,r.,, i,.-.i... ..: d Monday win ?
-,.ii .... ?? ., . ? omplalnta aa h<
lB ,,!, ,. : . ,.t..r..re AppUcatlon
.,? Bftj ii. I- warranta arlll i rohablj be
made t.. .i.v and it is ezpe< t.-.l ti
,,,.,,. ? || ??? eaked for on Monday.
Thi ta-1 that i.i more complaint*
own to fiMv wan inta
4 m Medalle'a Investl
ln man) caaao if was found thal
, ,,,.,... ..,,.?? waa renpooalble for tha
complaint In all caaea where 11 waa ap
parenl that there was no crlmlnal Intenl
., sumn ' ' "f ? " "
,.,,,i. aml if Ihe Inlorroatlon glvan bj Ihe
i i.ut the prevloua Judjment
. . ,?,. he wa- di* harged b) Magle
trate McAdoo with the warntni thal iie
,..,,1 |?., ... .. ed undei a mlaapprehen
.,?? ;,?,i ihet be muat nol attempl to rota
,,, h. would i-- arreated
Sample Reg.stration Mistakes.
.. i, , .,-.) wa thal "t ?> r?an w bo
had llvod ii the atate thlrty-flvi ? -
ii,. srea rballenged when he reglatered,
?,?! ,,? his challenga afBdavlt atated
trankl) thal he had not llved In Kew
t/orh County tbe requlred four montha
,,,,,,!,., i | ?? WM tli.it of ? man who had
moved Irom the elecUon dlatrlct where
he sought to reglater to that adjolalng for
? w..,|, ln th. latter .a-e when the man
?ppeared ln anawer to the aummona a
i..,.. t v utorney Oeneral came Borward
and sald he had a warrgnt foi blm M tg>
letrate M< Adoo declded that no erlme had
I,.-. ii Intended, and sent the man bome
w lifa a araralag aol to vote
\ repreeentattvc ol tha Hotteet Ballot
Ass.Mlatli.li called nn Mi M.-dulle -..st.-i
.'., end aske.i blm to take up flft) caaee
whlcb ihat organlxallon had Inveetlgated
ii.- e/aa aaaured thal the Dlatrlcl atlor*
ii... vmi ii.i be Klad to ?.. operate wnii him
.>i,.-.iaiiv since n appaared that the work
done bj the orgaalaatlon mlght be ol
Ki.-at aaelat im e to tha Dlatrlct Attornej
ln bla attempl l<> piev.-nt fraod at the
polla The Honeet Ballot Aaaodatlon, lt
v. is explelned, had employed a number
oi j oui l- ti.. ii. mani of tbem < ollege stu
dente, who wen atatloned ln the polllng
iilerei both on regletratlon daya and on
l>.. |. The yotmg men wrote
iinw n the d. Bcriptlona of all of w ii.mi th> y
had am auapldoii, When thoae man come
in vote nn Election Day the young men
artll compare their aeacrlpUoaa with the
men attemptlni lo caal their i.ailots.
JOHNSONS SALOON CLOSED
Poliee Tum Patrons Otit and Lock
Doors of Cafe de Charapion.
i Bj r-i.-Kiuph te i ba TiIbea* i
. ,, \n\ I. The Call de I'h.'U;:
,,,,[, "Jeck Johnaon'a aalotm waecleedd
lo-daj bi the poliee. The order cami
from i apiain Naotbaar, waa acted on ln
itructloni mmi Cltj Collector Cohan.
Aftei a conference with th* clty law de*
partmeot notlectoi Cbben toid Captain
Koothaai to cloae Ihe aoloon, a* no
lleenee had been loaued. a aquad m po?
ll,,. v. ,-m there al i o'clock to day, ea*
, ,,i ted lh< i atrooa t<> 11 ?? .-tuet an.l
locked ih< doora
ii,. iHtoriet' growlna oui of th-'
chargaa against tle negro pualllal In
, oni ectloi a ith Lu< llle (ameron and
other whli.- women cauaed the ref?ml
of a renewal ol uis Uce-nae Thi collertnr
i ,i.-,i iiiut lohnaon >wi an i ndi alral i.
ofjreon erlthln tha aaoanlna >>f the lan
ALIMONY FOR MRS. FURTHMAN.
Chariea "rtirthman, a well known ai.i
proopetooa raik Row aalooakeeper, ma t
|>av his wife. Mr- t'e-rti al<- I'm Ihmaii,
MH a month aiim..tt\. peadlag Ua sui;
t,,, divorce. Mra I'uithman aaked t<<r
5ji?- i wetk and 17.*??? .-oin.sel fees, sM? .
Ing that her liimbanrl had paid o.it &\i"A
... lor living expenaea Juatlce
tlerard, whe arantad tne allmony. also
allowed Mi.- r_rthmaa 9jB9 foi teiiBeel
:- ? -
This Sweater Ad
in the Tribune
We're brand new advertisers in the Tribune.
.'e believe that its readers are of a very high class
and that our daily story will be of interest to every
one of them because we sell just such clothes as
they will appreciate.
This ad today appears only in the Tribune. It
is a test ad to see how much interest the Tribune
alone can arouse. Every Sweater we sell will be a
vote for the Tribune.
And - are giving it a fair show by making the test a
rare Bargatn Opportunity to you Tribune Readers.
We have 600 teautiful, soft. woolly Sweaters of closely
and cleverly knit worsteds. Warm and comfy, and fit
snugly like a good shoe--cach one fashioned to cling close to
the form and to forget to stretch.
There are solid colors, with th= favorite Oxford grey in
the lead by force of numbers. Also solid colors with trim
mings in stripes and bands of harmoniously contrasting
Each Sweater is V neck Coat Style?Pearl Buttons.
The price to you averages about one-half of value.
$2.50 to you. Regularly $4, $5, and cvcn more.
UNDER SAME ^^DimifAV^OWWRSrllPjSINCEWS^
8R0ADWAY AT WARREN ST. - NEW YORK -ST"AVJ. BET. 27" & i28'JSTS
= FULTONST,ATFLATBUSH AV..-BROOKLYN -BROADWAY Al BEDfORD AU
V Neck, Coat
and even more
WANTED TO SELL TO TRUST
James H. Post Tells About
lamea h. Poot preafdont of the Ha
llonal Bugar Rennlng Company, whk*
rbed ?? ii ?? Havemeyer Inter
lUng . proflt of jio.ooo.quo to
Havemt er, "as on the stand
.. . . r. deral Building ln the
? . - , t to dlaeohro tho sugar
\). i'm-i is .! member of the sugar
r ii II. Howell, Hon & Oo.
? tha proeeeator, took up the
the Howell eompany*a hotd
?... k In lha National Suaar Re
mpany. Mr. Poot ?id that both
m and as Indlrlduala tho Howell
, | holdlnga were eery latK- Iii
drew from tl ?? wltneea thal
,,,,,,, t., peaalng under truat rontmi thr
refinlns companlea wera operated at a
Mi p0 i ., i tha Bral negotlatlona I ??
tha pun ttaaa ot tlie llotlenbauer. I1 i
.,. ,i National n wera begun In
.ii.i , ..mpl^ted In 1000. Referrlng to
. with Henry O. Haee
,.t thal time, Ifr Poal aakl that
m. rlai ? m< j er at Bral ref leed I
ai ythlng t" do with the projoet of cotn
blnlng tho earloua companlea Later,
when Mr Poat had aaado If
plaln to Mr. Haeemeyer thal tbe ooe>
m v.Mil.l t,-ik?- place whether he
dgured ni it or not. tho latter became
epthre nnd DegOtlaUOOB went for
i.i.i .\ii. Haremeyer ever put up any
n thla dealf aak?>d Mr. Knapp.
v ? i dollar aald Poat
\ i -. i tha way waa riear to complete Iba
comblnatlon, aceordlng to Poat, ho t..<>k
?., ? | Am.'ti'.in Sugar
Kehnlng Company an.i aot the compan) ?
. hecha for them. Theae want to tbe for?
mer ownera of the oi.i companlea, aii the
latneaa being traneacted through B. M.
- m | . ?,, , repri - ented by Poat
u ii.-n he waa nsko.i why ha aougbt t?
brtag aboul tho oalea to the tni?t Mr.
"l thought the aaaoclatlon <>f Mr Have
,. , pr> name v.ith the business would
make II more profltable, as tba Haee
,,,, ,., intereata were r.antaed aa the
controlllng la lora la tbe augar trade
The hearlng wlll ba contlnued on Mon
a.i> mornlng al \SM o'clock.
GIRL BOUND AND GAGGED
Robbers Knock Down Young
Woman and Ransack HorrfA^j
M,-,s EHzal.tth I'reacher, tho prettv
twenty-three-year-old daughter of j..hn
i icher, a buaiaeafl man of Manhatlan.
and Uvlng la vYIlllam Btreet, TotteaelBe,
Btatea laland, lons tbaa ? half miie from
the Tottenvllle polloa Btattoa there. waa
.ii.ii.i and k.ik'^.'.i yeeterdey aftemooa hy
two men, who forcod aa ontraneo to h.-r
Mlaa I'reacher was alune in the houae
.tt tba time. Her fathar was nt bla ortV.\,
mother ni la Iba s. R. smith rn
Brmary, aad ber alxtoen-yeer-old sist.'r
Agneo waa attendlng aohooL
Tho robbera on anterlng th.. E'r.acher
home, abortljr beforo '- e'eloek, fom.u Misa
Preacber aewlng ln tha dinliiR room. one
.it the men knocked her down nnd Nttifr.d
? handkeri hi. f Into her mouth, Tba other
man Ued ber handa and limba nith a
rope whleh ha toofe from ins pocket
Then ihey llfted bet ap ami demanded
thal ahe ahow them where h.-r fatber
kepl hla money. she ahruggad her aboul
dera io tell them tbat ahe di.i not know.
Tben/upon one of tho men agaln kneekad
her to the Door <mi Ued bat to tho dtntng
Tho two men made a aoarch <>f the
houae, They mlaoad Wi hlddea undex ,i
I . lock, hut cam.' BCrOBB some It-wHry and
' four dlamond ilntc*. whlrh they threw on
', tba floor, sayinjt tbey Wantad only money.
The) then deperted, mibs Iteat bat
atayed Ued to tha tablo for two houra
!' untii her slster returned from aeheoL
After leavlng thr Preachai' house the
robbera wenl to tba bome of Lnnlg Wai
tor. neal door, and raiijf the hell. Mrs.
i Walter >,-,?? them eotnlng an.i did not bat
DENIES INDORSING GAYNOR
Laidlaw Says Mayor Didn't
Give Out Fair Report.
i>i w.iit.i Laidlaw, axeeutlee aanretary
of the Hon Fori Pederatlon or Cburehaa,
niii.i.' a ataXaananl i??t niKht m which he
miiI thal Mayor Uaynor had not ^lven ottt
u full and falr account of the events that
.hi.'I wh.'n a eomnilttet' ..f dorg) men
walted anan Ihe Mayor on Thursday. to
confer oeer preoenl con ntions in this city.
Dr. Laidlaw aald that tho Mayor had
been authorlaad iy tho eomntittoa to Kive
out leh aeeounl of the entire iiroreedinara
gnd thal tho aole respon?lhlllly for the re
pOfllng of the meetlne; reatod In hla hands.
He and Iho committee weir greatly aur
For ln formal Wear
ll-tU_Dethr -ital.Beet S**** H K* *?
UNDER MANY FLAGS
: < oiiiplete New Bpectacles
WINTER GARDEN irv;,^:'':-" ,,?;.".''
?-the PAaaihq bbow ??i _?__.???
:ililli st. Th..:i'.'.r H'j. M's 1.ly.Elec Wed
; ,r The Blindness of Virtue li;,,;,;,"". "
Manbattaa Oa. Ha.", Mth * sth Av. Ev?. at ?
SOTIIEK* S MAKMWK. llBt Today, Mae
b.-iii ... nl* __*__ Ade ??i>ont Notlilu*.
TSSf. LITTLE WOMEN,
Heilae B_lett*s Th.. SBth. bei io *? _ve.|
gveaaau MataTo* RFADY MONEY
dai Blee.Dey A Wed, n_?w? n*vi*-s
48THST.THEATRErr * T^r.0"^:
S V UTIU miss brown i?;;j !
ln.iilo B'l 18 Bv.8 1". MtsT.1v.KinW..! '
THE MERRY COUNTESS
WlTllam ?'"lller'B fOMKIIY. 41s' K of R'wav '
LTRU. 42.W".of B*wa R \ 18 Bai UA \ >
j" THE MASTER x% HOUSE
BROAUWAl nie.i...... 41st st. Bv*a_a.20 j
-; HANKY PUAW& ' fei i
V3S ?3.2:-?!MS THE BRUTE
Nrat w.-k The Maetee of the ?oaea._
PCMTHDV 1 h-?-- 999 <v ?'en Pk W. ?** I [*
LcNIUnT _ata.Today.Bloe.Dayawed ,?:!?.
Th- l.lell.-r Co '? |KK),ooO ProducUoa ?t
THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN
V..*..' stTheatrloalbsrealoofy'n BV.M-fl.
PRICES 25o TO $1.50 j
UIIIIIOU'C Hv*:W. E- X -0 I???!_?!__'*'_;
Mon Nov 4 Our Wlves. wltb Henry Kolker.
I ITTI C rilKATKK.'.loW HBt
"ay*Elw Uayji 3_
n TliMtT We*t ?d st Bvee il a iv
LLlirNv*1-' MataTodai Blec i>?^ ? *Ved
WITHIN THE LAW
-MISS STARR TRIUMPHS" ?&}?
tiii: CABB ot BBCKY.
nenilBI lf* Weai kssi.% MataTodaj
REPUBUG 4'Jd PI F.lee DO) g Wed. I II.
Wllllam KiHott nn.i DevM Beleeee preaeat
naivc B-yasost. iimtukhmui.
DALY 5 11 a m le ii r m iSe-Ke-SOc.
SARAH BERNHARDT *??%?&
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEH lSMS_
prlsed. therefnre. when they read the
Muyer's aicoiint of what took pla.e.
Dr. i.aidiaw *ai.i that Chatrmaa Reaaea*
inydor l'Hd ren.l his remniks from munn
acrlpt, and iir\ti left his asMroaa in tn.
Mayor'a handa The Mayor, he-saM. had
made no mferniiea whatavar to the char*
?etar of theae tamarha,
lf the Mayor liad gtVOB out thls part >'f
the prooeedlnga aaoa**dlag to Dr, Lald*
iaw. the pnbUe woald have known that
th.- rommtttee, aoaakBi-g or Proteetaat,
ratl.nl,.? aml JeWlBh eletnents, had nelthiT
Indoraed Pollce Cooaaalaatoaer VCaldo'a
eAciency nor apgravad or ICayor Qay*
oor'a theorlea M law apfareagaent
in Bupport of hla contaatloa that Mayor
ilayn... had .mi b ippHpd the Important
detaii* of the clergymea'a conference with
him oii Thursday. Dr Laldlaw qiioted
verbatlm rrom Chali maa RanaenaayaVar'a
nianuscrlpt, ln whlch there was no In
dereem nt ol eondltloaa al preaent exist
inK in the varioua etty daaartanaBta
A SHORT CUT.
For a 11at of furniahed rooma in New
York coneult The Tribune'a Room and
NKU VOHK'S I.EADINO THKATHES.
FIIPIRF ' '' aoothat. Evgaiti
tmrinc Mts.Today Elec.DeyAWed.! \:
JOHN DREW KSJ-W1
JUIIIt UltLff urred Batro'aCemetr,
?TIIK 1'KltlMEXKH HI-HWI)?J,
I YPPIIM Weat 45th Bl Kve. S 20Bnara *
tlbtUIN |fta To-day, Ele. Daj A Thur .,
?TIIK "afiyp TIIK I'AINT" (ilRI..
CRITERION M TONIQHT 8:15
BAGHELORS & BENEDICTS
RALPH HERZ |j
GAHHIuK vtHta Tmlaj a E Da; A tt'ad
in the pevealp
Bj rnat< i'\_a_iirrinr nf Tl ? 1 ??'
HUDSON uk ; ,'
gltra MHllneo Klo. ti.n Datf,
Clll TfiM?r HOSDAi MVT MI
u 'Kxtn MatlaMe Klertn.n l?.i?
THE YELLOW JACKET
, i a,^ ?; ramn pla\e?l in ''li n's* ?
BADs? "? Iti Bt . i*nl '" ' * " y'''
PArlR ?? , |a j 20 w . m ? :.?? -$i ?
1 a?l I Uo.-l.a. Bltra Mut. Klo.li..n Da?
CLIFTON CRAWFORD ~*a\B&
HARR1S r?' ' v ffi*
C'lAlru Matlnr.- Klertlon l>a>.
A RtCH MA^S SON
NEW AMSTEROAM '
Battn Mntlnra Bteetleai Day.
THE COUNT f3 LUXEMBOURG
LIBERTY ,;,.?!.-, w?!M?tvA-ii?
Kitra Mailnee Klertlon Day.
i . iraold nn.n*;:
KaeVfcerWkeV R ^ . s?in njj Evei ? j*
M.u. T-.-dav. Rlee. Dao eaat Ued.. ..I*.
Tha 1-aat Word in Mowleal leeaefy.
OH! 0H1 DELPH1NE
Hata, T..<la?. Haa Paa an.i ated^ttli
UAlt I I iuia.Te-day. Blee Day * *?*
h (ieone^'aah a,ld Edward \bele*.
Montgomery & Stoae
aCTOD ??*? Bv..S .im T. Te-ah*.
ASTOH. : Bt Laat M.t ro-dvJU?
THE WOMAN HATEFS
NKXT mon.'DOUQLAS FAIRBANKS h
*5J * " 'HAWTrlORNE OF THEIttU
\ v'. inantle Karee by .lam?a Horn^rfjag
QRAND ????? THE ROSE W
\,m M'.n. -F.dille Fojr ln T^erjBe^J
gealoti af Kew I r*
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conduottf,
Nov. B. HI .1:10. >?v. ?"? ?' ?
NKW AKOI.IAN aUU. .
and Bymphoaj No 8: MAfRICl sWg
iln iu- :-? :"'??" tUothor QoomtJSm
( \KNK.1K HALL. Btth ^irretjnd 1ta.J
?? t.rent Plarea fn^a Ofaat.f""jJJ
\i l . .%?tii Htieel ??
AFTERNOON \mU%*m*J * JJ*,
at ? :I0. Tiu- Famnus Moni"- M
T-?"*,V., B?? ome. aaa^a* ?NU
CAKNKGlg HALL. TW" AH'rawe
Only Bong Kodtal Thla ??** ??
Tlcketa 76 to $2. Bnaea l? ^*^h? BU^
Hall. Knahe_ I'lano. MbI WOirasa ---^
AKOI.IAN IIAKK. MondajrAfK.^0* -
it.oital i.n ihe A OO A I
Prlma Donna. y"\A\*w* ^^
MME. BLANCHE * - ^,nOMnJ*J
7.">r. to ?^' Meiiagenient l?uees v?j~-^
tr.OI.ltN HAl.I. >?-?0 Weat ?*rl*"
TO-MOR- iB.n(t R?eltal-fl??f?,5SJt?
g* HAMLEM J-^a
HT. I N U A V ' IM ANO. M?t^^feihB35?