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PER FOR NFLWt
ON MANHATTAN 9)
Hamburg Line Said to Have
' Arranged with the White
ONLY DOCK AVAILABLE
Largest Ship in the World
Coming in April?Giant
Olympic to Arrive
Herr Albert BnUtg'a confident <\ as
expressed on Thursday on his arrival
in .t'nndou, that the new Hamburg
American liner Imperator would dock
in the North River. ?:ave rise to a be?
lief here yesterday that he had ar?
ranged with the White star Line to
put tho new steamship into th.- docks
extended fur tlie u.^r Of the Olympic
This opinion wae . strengthened by
**p*r*Wq*?e?l c?ble reporta announcing
i hat Ib-rr Balliii l.a.i hi Id a long con?
ference yesterday with J. Bruce Ismay,
president ?-.f tho International Mercan?
tile Marine ? "? ?i ti i ?.* t i -*. anil chief owner
of the White Star i.irie.
The director P-?ordl nf the Harc.bur-:
Ameriean Line vas ?i busy man durh g
his recnt visit to this port and. antlcl?
gating the- unfavorable action of the
Secret a rv of War on. his request for
filet extension at the ?.oinpany's piers
kg Hobckcn. iruido a deal, u Is ?aid,
with the White Btar Line to herth the
fatO>at Pier U, North River.
Unless som- uvtnsually nuirk work is
?i?*?ne with n the next five months by
th?* rlty in prodding a dock for the
Imperator, ehe will have to go to the
White .?-?tar pier or remain away from
Giant? Cor*-ir,**| Together.
'The Obmpk- and Imperator are both
scheduled to have their respective
ports of Southampton und HaUlMUg in
the early part of April. While no spe?
cial sailing day has been Bjinounced
for the Imperator, it is thought that
she will most likely-lca\e Cherbourg ofl
AprjT *.'.simultaneously with the Olym?
pic, and as both arc nbout the same
??reed, the t*o biggost s+hips in the
world mav arrive here Together on
April S and dork si ailjucctit pier? in
ihr North Ttlvrr.
The extended pirrs of the White Star
Line arc each MM test long. frQm bulk?
head to pier heart.. The. Olympic,-which
is $1'2 feet, ban been able to run her
i.on- wtrhin ten fSM m* the bnlkhcud.
leaving p prot*??'t"to?, otT th^ stem of
about eicht feet. 'Under similar r?i -
.-umatanc?R the Imperator, which fa 919
feet If.pp. could be received at the BgflM
pier? i Her stern. wh,|ch would protrude
twenty-ntne fett beyond the temporary
pierhead. cooM be protected by stout
floats. H*:r propeller?, it is said, ?a-ob Id
be well within the protection of the
? Ktenslon itself.
. The tnagnitudo of the vessel and the
griat passenger, compl?ment sh?; will
undoubtedly carry makes a North
Ttfrer ?Manhattan pier tito logical place
for her to dock. fYcqucntly cither pas?
sengers or fheir baggage have been left
behind when big steamshlpB depart
from Hqboken. This applies to per?
sons who were driven to the pier with
their baggag?- In taxicahs or in their
own cars The inahility of the Lacka
wanna ferryboats to handle the long
lino of automobiles that invariably -is
semble on the Manhattan side of the
river ' On their way to Hoboken is
largely responsible for rases of leftover,
The North flei'BBaii Lloyd Un* has a
pier 99M feet long, but it is said that
the great draft of the Itnper.it.r
would, not enable i(er to srej tJsOOS
enough to the bulkhead to prevent her
ptejonera from be/ng saa>ooed beyond
the protection of the pter head.
? Lighter Scheme Impracticable.
? The rjtiPsfion of anchorin.- the Im?
perator off Tomplinsvilh- and trans
/erring h<-r passengers, freight and
baggage biy tender and lighter has beeil
<U**po??ed of as impraticable. The pier?
extended foe-the use of the Olympic
and the Titanic are now considered the
?inly place wliere the Imperator ran
A representative of the White fit.u
Line ?aid yesterday that while he
i ould not confirm the report, It would
be reasonable t?> suppose that the
White Star I.Inr, under tho drcui I?
stances, would bo willing to help out
a friendly rival. He said he thought
it the proper thin>r to OtCOQCntn
the Hamburg-Anv-ibat! Une if they
naked for such a fa
A representative of the Hamhurg
Arwrlcan Lin<- said that the Imperator
would do?k in tlie North River In
April, but would not confirm the rumor
that she was to dock at the White
ISMAY AND BALLIN CONFER
White Star and Hamburg ?ffl?
cials Meet in London.
| By COM? '<> The Tribun.-. |
l/ondon, Nov. 15..?J. Bruce Ismay, In
response to a re-quest for a statement
on the New York report that he Is
about to resign from the International
Mercantile Marirte. writes to The Trib?
une as follows: "I am not at present
able to give any information in regard
to the statement made In New York."
Mr. It-may hail a long conference at
the Hotel IUtz to-day with Herr Ballln,
managing director of tin Hamburg -
American Line, oh the New York Board
of Estimate'? report favoring, the crea?
tion, of facilities in the port of New
York for 1,000-foot Jboats.
1,000-FOOT PIERS PUZZLE
Mayor and Commissioner Tom
kins Confer on Improvement.
Hock ?'ornmissloner Calvin Torhkins
ii-iirite?* out \ ?ate: da y "why the buil?liiikr
of '1,000-foot r-iers between ,44th and Mth
>.treet*> ?n the HudHon River was by no
means tlie sin.??lt.- ?olullon of the water?
front problem that the report of the c?-m
mtttse of the Board of estimate would
have led one to suppose
The Peck Commissioner visited the City
I***" * -~"~: ' ' **" ~ '
Hall aiid had a loru; conference with
Mayor (Jaynor on the? mibject, makiti- en
engagement to Inspect personally with the
Mayor the section Of waterfront Involve!
In the proposed improvement.
"I wish we knew, what the policy of
Xr-.v York is rt ?curding the West Sid>-, '
said he, "and then we could much moro
readily decide the waterfront QUeetloa.
The railroad and v.a.t-1 iront development
of that part ?if the city are- inseparable,
hat the railroad j.rol.l.?m .?l.ouJd he dealt
"If that piirt of Manhattan belOS
street la t.. pe cut off from railway oon?
nection. then the river will he elogged
wiih car floats for all time to oOSSe, sad
that is ahat 1 atii.urialteral'b BgBlnOt,
The railroads must be tak-11 care Of
They are? ti??- i onimlssary ?.f the c|p.. ne!
they should t.- osnn?etod dltfeetiy srtth
"The* groat dlssdvaints?a sboui going
uptown to 14th .-tr.-et la the e\i
'rtiere arc two Items w-hich will contri! it.
to tils evp?-ns. . 1-lrst, we shall have t
acquire- immensely valuable pro
that are now held hy the New York (Vi?
tral.ltailroad, and, set-on?!, there la the
great oast of r?>?-k e**?_a*?**atioo under
The Comiius-ioner thought It would
ink? tin??- years at leas; to comp1? t? .my
of the plera proposed In t!i- aectlon, lie
opposed the bunding of ohlton? pi
the West Side b**oauee>'theJr r-onstructlon
now would entail the loss ot r/alaahlepier
e, and the quay ^\s!?rn, he said. OOOld
not begin to accommodate the itater traf
D the North I.i.cr. For taUB
reitet tic advocatea the removal <>f the
Whet Washington Market ami the coa?
ht*_etlo*i there of two fr&.e?t plera. ills
r?an tor permanent ttaprovkint m of the
West side bicl i of sa sie?
i.jreirrtit railroad, lh< -oncentratisn
of railroad doeka ah rve SM atn at, add the
i. ai n_ng< merit an.i extension of ihi
be-low that poii.t tot ag craft
?| don't wonder?'
in?? miinifested by t War.
W< iret? ihtad tha'thnea In port
modernized ?nd kept _g i.? ,?.,i., ., ,,i ?t _
sen dM-cak now t.. uake up tin? '
?TO GET MORGAN ON STAND
"Testimony Is Essential. Say
Stockholder Suing S. R. Co.
In "'.i? t foi thi ? \..' of j
?ni .-I". ?-...-. m ?:t I'lld-i
Th.?rr l??n Br?ie, ..f X... r.v Park How, in
t1-.? action of a atbckholder against the
Maj ? :, of the ir.it? -i
'i'ic '-i?-uKiit In the federal
Q . 'i N Ifot
? i of thi Geera a r.
\\hv Company, whi_h a ?i by
j 'h- fouthi : _ Rallara) i ompanj ..
. Tine, e.f its ooaaoUdatlon. Mr. Motti > _j
j leged thai at the tin,
hi was in Bur*e*pe,?and nev?i received
any thins: far his Qe_rgla I ? ok.
Mr. Motley furthai aaid the reorgaatss?
?omrnittee of UM South?:
of which Mr MOI -, ,1, -
dined t?. eanstdea Ida Main slthot ah thi
Railway i 'ompda) l ad out
-e?i in ?te.fu'ilt stiien .'-. ta- '?] l>.,] _nd W_.s
n,??:>?:>? takes .-?\..- ?__ ...
min..-, n.i-.m? ?? kaae died su,,,-, m, m. :
>- y asid, knd Mr M ? ? ? l_nk>i.y ?_
aaa _ liai t.. BetaBttsti Ins ? ialm.
- ? ? ?
WAR ON USURERS NATIONAL
Sixteen Cities Form Alliance to
?Fight "Loan Sharks."
it t^sa ni <hi\ for *.<*__ri aharka1
t? ?;??'. a y No f.n.r V w, r,.
rt?iJi?<?>-*e_ted ar the
v.iitiofi of tii.- Lu -,il Aid Soi. ?
an alliance was ***y__p?et?s?d thai Sfill
for the weak a^aiiiM tb
Hin- convention #e_ Held i;, thi Cham?
b?*r of . Commerce huildin?. with .
twent_v-*lv?.' d? 1? K?it?a i- ? I ' I ? \
prieasn, if Nets Kork? nai eleoted diet
president ??." the kill I d J.udolph
Mats and Mrs. WTfUain' K Boj '
1^ oi.at'i M- ' lee, ?I N- ? Voik:
Samuel Scoville, jr., of Philadelphia, end
II. V. IVaxter. ?f I'lttsbuiiih, WOT) ?
member.? of thi ? ? ? ? t.il V ommltti ?
9er__s_iy baa b< ? n i srtl? ul -
au.-.lrist the **?...ii ahars- . sad |aa1 y?-ar
U-M,aM esses w< re handli d b
?ocietifs in that land Th?- ?liitnan BO?
? combthlna? and slab to a ?
an S-Iaa?ice wit?, th. row Am?-ri..in or?
?-anlsai.il : ?? I?ttei troi
thaitk.d the Am? u? an o: | Balsa t? ?-.'
their help io .?trmans Is thi.? ceuntrj
??Th?- National Alilanc? tjf Leaal AM
!-Vj( \0U0t of Arner ? i " . H is eall.d, will
have MennW coaveptlona tp? memben
were? |hi KU'.-ts of ti.? ? 1..- ib. - ?,| ? e,m
in? i-.e at a lunc! ?
"DEAD DUCK" CASE HEARD
Lawyer Argues Designation of
I Hammerstein Is Not Libellous.
Th??' task of deterrnlnlnf abat I m? ant
wh.-n one person .?a? ?it another t!
is a "dead du<:_" was mtanHte. t
tic- Seabury. of Un- Supr. me i 'um i
Mlea Fiji? e t.ynn, who w | - the I*
?s-P*_nq in thi i_..n-i"ii contpany of (
Ilainiii'-rstelti, told BOm? on?-, it :??
ttiat ti:. Idipres?rio was s "dead lael
no fsr as i ?<?-doi nceraeda and Ma
Hammer?-!? in tie ;? ('-.- ?? '?1 her for QM,.
?xki dantagi i f"i libel.
II. sno^'i? n M ? red In the
foi Mise Le) un
He argutd that rher.- v.a? nothing In all
the works of .law ever urltr.-n which
Itaed the appellation "dead ?itak" within
the lihel luw. ?"harl?s <,ol?!_ler aPPesred
tor the impresario 11? wanted the? court
to declare th_t tli?-r<- was iiiffn lent i
<.f action shown m th?- COh-plainl Sgsihst
UM prima ?lonn?. Among eith.-r Ktat?
ment? made by Misa I.ynn, it til *sUd,
was MM that she- h:.?l slapped Mi Hat:,
iiif-rstein with the? *HM***a "f an opera be?
cause of an insult, and snother that if he
ever went buck to London the; people
th're would ttoio- him.
Mr. Marsball :?ul'?i tnnt If MbM hynn
made the rasntrV about the probabla .-t?m
Ing o( Mr Hainmr.teln it was bus a
MM 1 on him than on ?M people of Lon?
don, for it r?Ssi? tli?iii appeal1 as wild an.l
eavage Bat the principal issue is, "What
is B dead duck?" Justice Reabury will
look up the matter and hand ?lovwi a .1?
KNIFE v'lCTjM NOT IN COURT
Body Attachment Issued for
Young Philadelphia Broker.
Frederick S. Judson, the young Phila?
delphia broker who fled from the apart?
ment of Mm. May Dcnok? r In the BdgS?
men- ApartmentK, at N?. I West 104th
atreet, lnnt Monday, faile.l for the gee
ond time to show up when the
aKaim-t Mre. I>en? ker's hiisiiaiul, Otto,
celled In the N*. est iMe ? <>urt
terday aflernoon. Otto. BCCUaed of heliip
a. ilaalier, was tlietc, tail 1'ic.l. lick, who
wat* alshhed, wan not.
The hearing was pet for Monday mom
Infc, and fh the "meantime a detective is
hunting his hiding place.
10 CUY DYNAMITE
Another of the Accused Con?
spirators Tells How He Blew
Up Non-Union Jobs.
ASSERTS HOCKIN PAID HIM
J. B. McNamara's Purchase of
Explosive for the Los Angeles
Work Described by Man
Who Delivered It.
Indianapolis. Nov. 15-CarrylnK dyna?
mite about In a m.n k-t bosket ?vas th?
way Kdwar.l l-\ Clark, ;tn Ironworker.
testifying In th?* dynamite oooeplretry tftal
to-day, oaM be arranged to blow up non
('ark. an cfnt-lnl, of a local union In
Minti, pleaded guilty ;tt the bc?in
ping of the iri.-ti ol the lorty-?VB ?en
led of cnmplii it* ??..th the MrNtimaia
broth.Ts .n the Illegal tiaaeportation <>i
? ?plot -iv> -?. in detenta i his eonfeealoa ":i
thi win.. . told of personally
blowing ni- wor] "! bridge <i?rr
i' i UjemJ i:?v. r si Da* l0*> on ***
UM, ead ? i i ieii i b< bind an and
whfc ; Is
('].,,. .,1 tin III!
mal lr.-n Workers Induced Mm I
!.. :..ii.t, whlfc
i., e railroad the Ol lo
he a goo I
i a *hot.
for- ii,.it. i ? .-i. Herbert
B. Hod ? the
errs* ' ! unite
II. w. .it
,Ve had had ertth
.i .i McNamars ..' IndlanapoUa about
iirtloi i itl, when In
Ma) IMS, Hu. i.m app- ..? .t end told me
he *.? ,i ne-money then
il< took m- lo '
w here h? Introd lo E lererd i '
bell. win. was to
i ,. ? . ? for the I>
Job I i. tu. i . .1 to
with .. mai ket I
?f lia If po ol rni
? ', i
l, a loo?| u ? ,t i
Left Umbrella Over Bomb.
I >H .11, '?
. \ , r i I
hard, to I lefi
_ fuse and d
?lulu i , ,i-,.? i to pay roe th
i i.i i I I'lncin
? II do 1!.
? : i. ? :. .
. , ? I ?
? : :
It,.. Kin ai I
Tja- ai -
? ? , ? .- sduel
? nri'ii orten . ? ;? i. .
(I ? ? ? i
... , .
Te o mon
itl In M ?
l s?. ? ? ? I
i .' ? ar i i i a ? ? 'lark,
d to buyli i dj
?Limit- arranged fur
I.?in to dl
to buy ti?. ? I had paid I
for the II ?
? ? i e.
' . .1 v
mother the da
on April 22, 191 lie | I e battei y
? of the m
- ? ?
Jemes B \i- ' .. .- ol ,A
poundi '.( nlu - s ;:h i>..n ol which
he blew up * i . ? Ttaass*'
i bj Qeorgi ii
Pbilllpe, ? Dtendept of s
i ?,',mi, i r-otnpenj,
YOUNG GIRL SHIELDS LOVER
Gave Loot to Him, She Says,
When Arraigned for Burglary.
young girl, wai
fore City ?1 Monat
n<.n, ebsrg* d witi u n
Mrs. .Lin i, el Ho, M i
mont avenu? ihi ad Itted aha bad basa
directed t-. commit the burglary by her
luv? r, e ion b Dell, d '?n-ntole.'* Bhe
d.dined to tell ? fol nun.
m when 'i hi poll) ? belli et b?
hypnotised h?.r and compelled bei to com?
mit the r?ii h, t. .? ., entl] ehe it wfll
I,it nt- nent AtweJJ Hi I. h told him
the jroui her to
tin* |ii?i. ?? out " A't i she had foil
his Ii lined con
able jewelry, i- iys "Jlmmle" took the
loot to a Hi w Tori | ii
who in ?.v. nt-? a ? ... old, will be in
court to~Sai for further examination.
Michigan Court Refuses Writ to
Throw Out Ballots.
Lam-nm Hieb. Noi 16, The haarenie
' loan of Ml< >: ?? . i to-day the pe?
tition of J( : poolroom keep* r,
Of mat, f .r .i Writ cf mandamus tfl
compel Circu?! Jud C ii WIBuer to
Kraal ? temporary Injonction testislhlng
the bbsrd -if eanvasaerB of Qei
Coanty from ooantlng the ballots eeel
?m the wimuin suffrage amendanent in
the rt ?-.lit > I. CtlOB.
Oeaeaee in one of the eoantlee In win.-i?
ti..' ?-i. ?? ti.m coi i t died to prim
? m tin- ballot t(.? full t. \t of tho amend?
ment Because ol this omission th*
oouatlng ?a the tob baa been ohaUenged
h several counties
Whlii- the court's decision does not pass
on the validity of the ballots tust in
ti.. se count!? . frlei di of the suffrage
movement eoaalder the rulln-? dletlnctly
in their favor.
HAS PERMISSION TO MOVE.
The Quaraat* Ti ist Corapeay, Mm al
No. M N?i eeelved petrol
irasteroay from thi Plata Hunkin? |>
partas at t.. bm ? , ?? of business tu
tiie new building at No. If) Hioailwuy.
Pr?siden! HetpphUI of the -ompany stated
that thercheage would be effected between
March 1 and Muy 1 of next year.
Philadelphia Medical College
Faculty Will Expel Students
Who Make Eyes at Girls.
B I rlearapa t? UM THbaaa.1
li.ii.olelphia. Nov. If. - Flirting wilh
the rnity Kiris wl.o p.iss the college will
hereafter I i OS MM for instant 'dis?
missal at the Medho-Chlrurghal Hos
pltal, aeoordlng t<? a (actjtty ?-rdcr an?
te, un?. d to day I'omrlatnts were made
f. the police department and Captain
Cameron, of Hie detective headquarters,
was H?-krd to break w,t the practice.
it la not likely that serious trouble
Wont, lav? r.-sulted had not the stud? Uta
sntagonised the potkes. B?t aftar two
a?lothea tasa ?-ame back to the City
U.'l Witb .??.Hies dren? h'-d lr??m the baths
had received. Dir??ctor I'orter i.?=
BUCd ,-.n ultimatum to the faculty that
unb-ss the Ftudents immediately desisted
they v.?.oM 1- arreste.l. _
Clubwomen of New Kensington,
Penn?, to Ostracize Girls
Who Practise Evil.
[m Trdegrapb te The Tribune ]
New Kensingto.i, Prnin., Nov. 15.?Sixty
of the young women of this city have
organized an anti-flirting club, and opened
.-lubrooms wnere the member? will con?
gregate Amusements will be furnished
regularly aiul a. well equipped gymnasium
? Is planned
"Tlie object of the organisation," said
Miss Byrls M?flela, president of the
Hub, to-day, "U to take away all In?
ccntl.o on the part of fun loving girls
to flirt Must of the girls carry on fllrta
BUae it ..fiords them harml.
Bjnnoenept Of course, then: ase excep?
tional eaaee when; harm has been done "
The organization imposes a heavy fin?
for the mfraotlon of th??' club rulea, and
? tli?> siioiid offenen brinirs expulsion and
justraiism hy members for ono year.
?"SUCKERS" HAVE INNINGS
Alleged Compiler of Original
List Placed on Trial.
Chnter?a U Spear, who baa gained th?
| ?-I belag the ,-fiinpiler of the original
er list," w _ p??i , ,1 on trial jo?.
tsrdaj before lud*?- Hunt and a jury In
th? United Masse M*rt**tct court charged
wiHi paviag seed th<- mails In a schem. to
: V .-Jile.I., 11- Mirk: >!>f ar't- co-'l? -
f- ml,mis in :!,'? trial are Archie K. ?'ollins,
? m Inventor of '?Mel???--, telephone ap
p.t.itus thai never ?i<?vrtovod tato s san*
. il possibility; ( harlf 1.. V.iuRhi,; '
form? i-i sad vle)*>?<pras_9en1 .1
'i. alphoisl aJad
. .oh Cesspaay, sad.?l_asph n. Reall
ladletmepi i-etjurnad aigatasi them tal
I January, ion. charged that the) h_<? i*ae_
the mal? ? t-? defraud by i pn
? thai ? lio
i ? 'oatlne?tal vVln ?? i i 'o?o - >?
[gaalsed to davstap, orga?ls** and control
? - . companii -.. it w.is tur*
I... i a.? ? ? 1 ti al th.--.- iMi.b fal.se repre
. BSI ni I III num. roils < i.t?
th? to be i ??-tiioiiiiK.
.?.ulh'-nte ,.i ?
e hole ? m- : | ? ? ws i
.-,.i. ' 'araeron ;:?- u wi
lb. : '.ring
I . :. , ? : .i win
?, ? ? ? .
? ?J? d m m
MAYOR SCOLDS "BAD PAYS'"
Sunday Observance Topic of
Another of His Letters.
wld? ly dlf ?
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a la aleo
t ..i t.-.il '
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? ? : -.':. Mayor
? ?se?I In thlM
: ? .-. Il,- ill ?
- them fron _li.ployea for
d ii t uni.? -
. ? nth man
? ? . rule In all d?
w? >? 11
. oi poratlon ? I in r
? li that ill ??III
? .- ? paj suoh -;
V ? ? OHM.
BROOKLYN LAWYER IS HELD
Client Says He Promised to
"Fix" the Judge.
r?.i. . r state benator Thorn?..?? <?. Whit
lock, .? lawyer, was held for the (land
i.n ? \.iui-...iii??:i before Chief
Magi ? ipn? r In the of?Bi ?? of Um
SO U ' i" 'rc?-t.
Tie ? oir by Georgs '?
Dtperlt ? 't N"- ? ?? I u" u an sas, _h*asa>
i h, s brother, 11dward i??pe-riiii>,
barged with murdering hi. step?
moth? r in In-?-??nib? r, l'A*.). QSSfSN). Dofra
rino te tilled thai Mr. Wluilo k *?.?>t *..?"
i.? bad * ? an paid $i..yy>
t. .i i ti ?? um, h?
.,:i to ? oui ?? ?? a ut. soa si sas year
in El**ih ? Refocmatofjr.
Mi wi it.-.- k. ... ?cordial to the U ab
moto -.i i ?epi rit..?, rfpreasjilsd that the
IS be pal.l to Hi?- Judge In th.
sad the MMriet Attorasy. Edward
ertao was persasdad to plead guilty
to manslaughter in tin? iir. t dagree, sftsr
the alleged arrangeroanl iia.i h.?en Baada
to pay the Bam of KM to >lr. W'hltloi k.
The bag a>aa aeateaced t?? ten y??_r?,' im
m? in. He is now In Danti.mora.
PORCUPINE MINERS ON STRIKE.
Col Sit, ' et.u lO, MOT. !.'? .More thM
one thousand miners employed in th?
i'orcupij..? mine, who rotad rosisfdaj to
??nit work, walked out on strike to-d.i-,.
Tils STSa their reply to a notice that
wanes would h?- cut ... ceutH a day. Una.
ployea a< th? Mclntyre, Pearl Lake, jupi-1
im, ri.nain um ami Ylpund mlp?a Will
UrobaMy take S htrlk?- Vote to-morrow or
?| !?,? falle wieg patltlaoa in bsskrsptej? itre
llBd j. triiUy In tlio Lnlle.i Hutes Court:
THa_MAfl KI.YI'KU?., mrOptmUtM Of th?? Ilr.t.-l
Bslvldkr? si :?'?.. K1 Thtrd a.enue Coin?,
iJatilitk?.?, |1?,?i.:i. *_n?i rii.inlnaJ -aas. t.
J'.l MHI '
ARTHUR .1. HORWITZ, a thsattl.-al man
? I NO. I.??' We.l 47lh Rtltfl ( Voluntan > l. l_(ll
?? and nominal ssMts, s*w>>
lA?"on h'KKEDMAN dealer.la draoMnahsra*
--?'0 . < ??? nin ax.-nu?: finvolun
" ' I Dean N<l ton r,.
? i ? .... ? HMU 11 filo
M MMHA .1 11 ? ? : I : i. l :. .lreasinaker.' ?t ,s?'
III aVeSfll I'lth Str-fl lIlUiiliinUlM. M?bllltle? I
I'H . aKIS. tradlDf as- Xenaklsl
punter and ? ??bin?. I maker. ?tN?. ni
i .?A??r> ilnxoluiitHOi. .\?scti ??Imai. i I
h IRRT M'MiLi.AN'.-si.ipchandlfr.'st hUn_
?ton, N. T. .lavolunur.,-.
FISHERIES PACT COMPLETE
Knox and Bryce Exchange
Ratifications of Treaty.
Washington, No?. H??->gJeeretnry Knox
and Ambassador Bryce exchangeil P.-.lay
nt >>t the treaty rngned on July
7 last providing for an adjustment 11 -
tween 'irmt Britain and the United
?tatos of the (forth Atlantic n?herlea
Icentr?verey. In rob?tdnce it pre*
the boandary ersten and provfdea a com*
; till;*:-l-in tO SOOt nn the | casona MonOOS of
lo si Canadian, and Newfoundland Bah?
? ??:? i? pulatlooa.
Under tin- tree! Greal Britain
| nor It (mpoae ragolatlona
<;n Amerimn fishermen their
treaty lights n tl ?? t.rilfi.rlal Waters Of
tOaetonndlsud 01 rsnsda ealeee au? h n ?;
illations ?tr?? bold ?" be leaeonsble b
Impartial tribunal In esse of dispute
ri.;it)ii*r Oreat, Britain nod the :
.* ? Oil lUdge of the **? .
!?:.-;? tore I
??in be in force thai ?
putting t-i nn end the fortner practl ?e on
? n't of imi
olatloaa on shot I notice er *? Il
i. in. ? "rh . . tain tin
Unit? i ?tab
? 'inn of all th? I
?bes ten mu.
I '-. "?!. ,.?
? llaa i . lied in to
Mi erfoundlapd be* a, the
FIGHTING FOR $500.000.000
Claim Laid to Vast Southern
Pacific Oil Lands.
daj h- fora thh Bu?
of ii.- United Btgtes.
? i ? ith the i i?uH ?
K ? -
I it hern i
... ? :
m nia. The Bouthorn ? i
urtmea me< which
tali ? ling ang ex?
euch ad In the tra ' lldlty
eptloa an Ivlng
Lttentl ?i becau ??? of
i.. en Ii ? :
i the Bouthern !
BANK ?lsETS 25 BILLION
U. S. Institutions Increase Re
sources by $5.403,000,000.
w eahln ?? I Phe I i
? ? ? ? ?
the i mllar p< rlod
th.- nation, declared Lea i
|,, um ' the Curre
m a statement1 lest 11 la i i
During the four IM*
ti... i. lourcea Of ai! hank? in th? > .?nutty
national, elate and private- Ina
' from " " ' ?-' ' ' ?"'? '"
? ?. ?
Imiuii. ?i depoelts llkeerlee brohe nil
from IMI t.. 1M1 ??y
beans and dtsoonnta tii^'i
established s new reoord? laereeaflag by
jg, ,?-... -dnci January,
The aggregate capital of the 1,9m no?
Uonal i aahs about equate the capita] -.f
the '-".'*' atata snd pr?vete beahe, thi
emoun! of thi ' .
.,,,,1 the latti r H -MT,.I
Individual deOOetta In national hanks
ere about half the amount In otht. bank
Neffoi ii i anka bold ,;:' per eenl of Um
aggregate amount of oaab in all hank*?.
WOMEN GUESTS AT LAST
Fifth Avenue Association Asks
Them to Dinner.
Th? Kii'tb Avenus Aanedatton la going
to bave women al its dinner at the Wal?
iiiii-f-AM"ria bo**.! Wednesday. They
won'! ah at the tahjf snd set; they will
oceupj a boa tad listen lo the apeechee;
but even that is an Innovai ion, beOB
the I'lith am nun aasoflstlon baa >?
had won* b anywhere mar its dinners be*
The aaeocigtlon la evidently beginning
I to crave thi Influence <>i woman, tor Rob?
ert ?drier Coohe, ita preradeat told Ehe
Woman'a Forum at Ita meeting el tbe
w.iiitnii a. toi... s. Bterday thai ha did
wtefa in"i.? aromen Srould join. Tiny have
only twenty members ol the fair era In
their organisation now, be said, and they
Wob 'hi." \-itik Boewell, who pre?
sided OVSr the Koruin meeting, told him
hile was Mir?' all tlM women's clubs that
were intereeted In municipal Improvement
uniilii be glad t. have representatives In
tbe aasoelBtlon. Then and there a woman
member ..t tbe Forum was propoeod bjr
thai club to represent it in thi
lion, and ss a i iward Mr Cooke offer ?!
the i?'uriiiii a boa at the Wednoday din*
Mr i ooke's speech yesterday deell with
the widening "*. Fifth avenue, the ban
illltig of the crowds, ite. n.- also spoke
wit"! pride of the special fores of pollr-*
men de*,luxi which the essodatlon hi
just 'caused to b?t>eel"n out upon thai
TENOR'S DUMMY A GUES?
Figures Represent McCormack
* and Wife at Reception.
SURPRISE BY MRS. FOLK
Matrons Arrive at Ex-Gov?
ernor's Home to Find
I By Tele-fraph to The Tribune.]
St. L?ui.s, Nov. 15.?While John af*>
i 'rii'tiiack, tli*-** Irish tt-nor, arid lit? wife
?role nui present St Mrs. Joseph w.
Folk's reception, they were represented.
The representation was done by two
elaborate stuffed ligures, which ?at in
the plate of honor in the drawing room
of the Folk homo, at No, r,S20 Cates
avenue. As the guests, mostly mom
bora of the Morning Choral) arrived,
they were Ipvtted by the hostess and
h?r ssststanta to "stop In snd in*-***?t Mr.
snd Mr". McCormack."
"Why. I thought they had gone."
some of the guests remarked in sur?
prise PthSfS, who had not heard of
tin? departure of the tenor and hi? wife
framed their prottloot compliments on
tho singing Which McCormaok bad
dotiS for tho choral in the Wednesday
Oluh auditorium a short time befare?
au were lufprissd sad amosed when
they ?aw th" two flgurss aentsd en ?i
COUCh, th?-' makt-believe man clad in
one of Bonner Governor Folk's (rock
COOtS, With a vocalist'? opon rollar and
ti-, and stickpin, and the dummy
. u,, gonnod in pink crepe do chine.
Those who had complimenta to offer
recited them at way; and one young
matron palled the tenor's arm off with
th?- enthusiastic handshaking. The only
criticism mail.* ol 'ho tigure was that
the pearl ?ray apats, erhleh were strik?
ing features of the singer's <*ostutne,
not duplicated. II see mod that
th-' Folk wardrobe bad not cdptglnsd
in) pearl gray apats snd thai there
? at Utats i" send out and borrow
t : ? million of Irish
boiled chsrmed hla Wednesday Clnb
audit ? Bros obliged to leei ? on,
i?. m train t.. keep sn engagement
?. ami .-?i v...?- unable to attend
the Folk r?ception, al whfc b be and
Ifd 'onasu k had >>? en esj acti d to
- guests of honor
gira. Polk, w ' tor
m? r < lovernot of hflsenurl and noted as
arranged the little Innova?
the niiiui*? of her gut bU
lid be taken off tbe dlaappolntmeni
-, r. Sdra. Folk
in the peal has ,.ft. , I hii
ptfj affairs, win. h have .-anse?!
; n it ?m? re rt In aocteti
WOULD LIMIT SKYSCRAPERS
McAneny Favors Commission to
Divide City Into Zones.
B? ?? dead IfcAneny el the next
meeting et the Roai.i of Eetltnste, on
Thuroday, svtll introducf a reeolut|pn eaU
1ns for the B(*0otrithMnt dt?*h e<T*nimlnpl.m
engineers and builders to ooa?
.... :eioinmsislad h v. the
Fifth ?.???>.? ponronleetoo several months
? B< and
i unit on the height of bu|M
.?s will SB of buildings in
M Itl.In BUt
p . tadt at himself win
mendetton aa t.. sueb lim?
? . -, but will leave the matter to the
commissioners. He arlll, bosfsvor, move
that the eon? eon*rietlaf of Ptfth avenue
and an area extending thr?-e hnadrod tret
on <*a.-h nids be tnsde the subject of im
ite conetderetlon a:,.i report at as
. ir'.\ ??' date aa poeetl
Th?.. Tin i Ivew - omiiil?Iobj had rec?
? Btrlngani n ?; ilation?* b?*
i with regard to tbe Ptfth avenue
DECREE FOR*MRS. PEEKS
Cotton Broker's Wife iUso Will
Have Custody of Children.
An abeetpta decrea ol divorce arsa
? | to Mrj, Qartrude Deesas, of No. **sj
Weal liad street, t***-nl?altan. from Theo
a member of the Non
"fork Cotton Exchange, by Justice k
a? Whit I ? rde)
lira Da ma obtain, d an b terioeutary
ll, with perma?
nent alimony of *. 11.to failed to
I.I tho payments on this, en.) a
month age be area broaght Into court
Lay it was stated that he had paid
ami bad given proaaioesry notas for
Mrs Decena roeelvea tlie .-ustody of the
tu.? children, but the father is permitted
to sea them on each Friday af the week.
PUTS BLAME ON ENGINEER
Coroner Also Criticises Road for
Bridgeport Cena., Hot, u Corousr
John J. Phetaa mode publie yeeterdn** his
finding on the wreck of tho Springfield
expreea at PTeetport, October n. in which
aoven peroone wire killed He linda the
dead engineer, Qeosge ?'lark, criminally
reeponalble for the death of Jamie H?av
ilton Ranaem. Sas of tho passengers
killed, and tin.Is concurring responsibility
on tlin part of the New Haven railn.ad
for allowing un unsafe crossover at that
H?. makes a number of recommenda
tlona for improving the service and ineur*
Ing greater safety to tho travelling pub?
lic. He fiada tbat the tire, extlngulsh-rs
aera In working order, but insufficient to
lioii.ii BUCb a fir.' as was caused by the
hot coala from the engine box. lie fur
That the train crest aea Ineessoieat;
hat the track equipment eras woree than
in any railroad hie examinad, hut was
..t reeponalble for the wreck; that ?te?'i
?are would basa prevented the Bra and
ubaequent deaths, but that tho company
s doing an well In such equipment es
it her companies; that longer crossovers
ould have minimized or prevonted pos
Ibllity of such a wreck; that tho eom
? iny had knowledge ot stop devices, and
hat modern railroading should roeogniao
; BOOMLET FOR Mit!
I - 7
Cooper Union Audience Greets
Him as "Our Next Mayor."
TELLS OF CITY'S PLANS
Civic Centre Downtown ant
Better Approaches for Bridges
Among His Schemes.
President McAneny of the Borough of
Manhattan ?poke .to and iva- mildly
heckled by a People? Institute audienei
at Cooper fnion last night after the?/
had greeted him as "our next Mayor."
Without say reference to that enthue
i-i.stlc part of his welcome, the Boron*?!,
President gave them a review of hla work
in that Job, ahleh In a general way fol?
lowed somewhat after the fashion of the
n-cent speeches of Mayor Gaynor, from
| ?hi? h the inference has been drawn that
I he is making the preliminary moves tow?
j ard the nomination Mr next year
?Mr. McAneny outlined his Ideas of
broader city planning- planning of which
' UM subway extensions aro one feature,
sad which include grouping of publie
, buildings In a ****""*_ centre around Centre
end Worth streets, better bridge aj?
praaebes, the .Seventh ?venue extension.
?rtdOB use of f.'hool property for nelsh
borhood purposes and hnallv ended up
I with this generous offer:
"I have sketched these plans in ontlln?
only, bal il any of you would be inter?
ested to Parr more of the details yon
bare on.v to cune .'own to ?he ?~ltt
Halt- and come either to the office of th*
Mayor, on the first floor, cr to tnv on-n
, oftl'-.-. .-o the .-?-???.nd floor."
game of the Cooper (Jalon andiene*-,
I however, seeme?d to consider one *******
'official in I he hand a better s'ibieet for
? I dfB-Sg thSS the p...?Mole two .-]'?? offl?
Si t;ic City Hill, even after Mf.
| McAneny's generous offer, :-o they f?il
lovyeil the custom of Cooper t'nlon an?
; dJsaeaa by pattlne ?hor sueentsaa to the
' speaker right aft.-r his .--pee? h
"When are the? subway operarinsr con?
tracts going t" SS signed?" was the first.
end Ihe Borough President explain???!
that, while the terms had beep srrang?"!.
the aOtaai signing wo-.l?! probably not b*
aecompllshcl until about the middle of
"Why ceulda't w- bare a municipal
eynploymeat bureau \\*t Iba next, and
aben Mr. MeAneny explained that h*
couldn't answer that J a such an
Idea I ???! never been a?i-.anr_;d, the saos*
tlon? " ad'ie.l
"V. ell, I JlISt ti.. .. I ;!d be a ??oo?)
Ihina to think about."
RefSUffft President s pavement po,\.
??es came up next, when a man who bad
taken notes on the progress or that work
?m looead avenue opm.d that the eon
tra? tors were "certainly making a BMM
Of ihe whole street" ?>-.er there
Mr. McAneny explained that Second
n-.nue had besa need as a testing ground
for fourteen different kinds of paiement,
with the Idea of getting by actual ob
?erv.tion aiel test a basis for all the
re pavement work el the city on a
staffle stmdard, and that satisfied that
"When will tli? B'.ard of Kstirrate f*d
the k-ra.le tracks orT lili seat h avenue?'
. MOM askci. thru.
? We ara working on that now T-.d no
one .-.ni paj iAiii-tly abes that will h?i
s.-ttied." r opilad the Koio-igii pisaadant.
Another question? r want??d to know
shout 'he BMW ressayai Jab? fre.m h
sclent land oint, bal that heekle waa
shunted oser to "Kn- but Bdwarda aad
the Mayor, sad dually the nv>? ttr.? trotted
it? thank m tm Psrsuffh _-*****ssna4 fa?
"comiiiK ihe;.- and r?-ndoring an SCOSUBt
of hla altiaaidahlp "
.lohn Pu'.-tov Mlt-~h-'. revient of th?
Roaifl of A!d?-rrnen. who w is BUM B-hSd?
uled to ?rr-ie<. SSBd won! of an Interfer?
ing engagement, ami Pr Howe, the di?
rector of the Institute, said last Mr
Mit?:hei would apeak si a data is I
noun? ?? i la ?
Dr, Howe a?s?-? a::? ? mast
.T. Lri .-?.11, formerly First Dt P It. I '
roiiiinlsaliSMi would apeak <?
I'nlon next Tuesday BrlfflH Ofl I
fjueaUSB, and that IWlUaa* -l Burns
would deal with the sain?.- tOfSC nOXl Fit*
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