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safekeeping of securities. We take entire cnarge of se?
curities deposited with us, use our best endeavors to
watch all called bonds, clip coupons when due and credit
the proceeds or remit on order, collect dividend*?in fact,
constantly watch for all information which in any way
ariects securities placed with us.
instructions as to sale or delivery of securities maybe
wired 01 cabled, and prompt attention is paid to such orders.
Fifth Avenue Branch
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
Fifth Avenue & 43d Street
Main Office, Standard Branch, I^ondon Office,
\axaau Si. 25 Broad Si. 33 Lombard St.. E C
FIGHTING FOR NEW YORK
I : Results of Business War
Game To Be Announced To-day.
- t up the
?tnosrn at noon
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f. will nic-r* ii:
' s:f -t : nft,*r ?
'.-> turn iti their j
? the results and gst th,-ir
. fd. of the law firm of
.. will net j s
f?n< ' ? .n Rtul umi>!:r This biiM
Sd for thf
snd in a mssBsr to
aaaure Its ???t tin*, at
Its comt. 1 trade au
ey made i ?<>-s, ***NSt
jvy Increase of
f tlie Merchants' Asso
n-,, HOW York SH*ok< to the
; It as It is, it Is not
e. It ?liscovcfd that Phlladel
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lit industries and
Sll leaders In their
COLLECTION AGENTS HELD
Head of Company Ends Life on
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law in a
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WEEKLY TAELE OF BONDS.
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FINANCE & INVESTMENT
Banking Systems of the World.
There 11 ? marked difference between
insthods of eso?
? ? ..tries of
i oral otinetatas wiiich
: the -qrstsns
:aral plan of
hvs beef] evolved M the must practical
one In UM : of . .:. J divisions,
and only In a few Instances do govern
Bank of England.
The :* nk of Bnflsnd is the most an
of the itiii'.iriant Issss-bssks of the
World r. !.*? DOl the oldeat bank.
'i ? projeotsd by William
Pstti DorStSd July 27. . t
t to tho Roys!
? to time Its capital
?i. when the i-nlil
:. the i apttal of tii"
at wir,, h li-ure It
? " i'led. In 1-IJ, ii It-i vrars of
Iu sha it by the
IMS, ? :
ra of Bn#>
the B ink oi Bus!
: u follows: Ths
ling notsa I I
uOO. ?>r about ? ..pital.
,-T 1? ,,l\
-.-i bunios. Bond .?-cured
in Urns to m m
lo the t ? ? amount
is perm insntly n
i rom the
. . ! a public
??'??' ' . Utlon was re
' id sets as ths treas
ths i ? : i ? tont, in addition to its
? i itbsf Bsffllsh
I '? M with the Bank
st Ensland. i ..,? ,,,,,\,. chit-tiy
for Otl SnkS The
,'<-,';<- ? I Is nitttiuK'-il by a 1> ST*
'ors, who, with the
ni 'ni,.-:- of the Rovern
tn? nt iir.d hid depsty, none of WbOSI Is a
? ? ihsrshoMsrs
mors thsa ths
Sf il'K) par
i ; sells
. fur the
rated Ins! a banks, un?
? ? ni banks.
, n In
? rer 25.)
POTION FOR LOVE FAILS
Bcrvant Bayi She Paid $579
for Uselc-ss Charm.
, ? catase
? ? ? i in n
' ' Third
? . for. ? teller
* *-iri. employed
?n n r- !.? xlnet.in tive
?i. Btory toM
On I ? ? of 1
' thst lUas
''inn of u
... ? ]
: Ml ?a
. h t., ths far?
i m. This tin?! Dt
whi. a she Mtyi ,l"r ,n
?avlim-ri She want*
, In lies of the
tll0 ft- ' SlfcgSd far?
,.il v.Mi t.car tho cane
CHURCHGOERS SEE DUEL
Italians Fij-ht as Congregation
Gathers for Service.
If?j |? i ? ii way to church
di ' t?? tWt en two Ital
, is, flsbotss,
arm- ?I with a knlf<
I ? r. The man
SI ?-n the
with ths rsvotssr before
the latter bad time to draw nad lira tl
? of ths ballets stru.-k
,, but the wound 1h not a
lehlsfsr, of H< boksn, jnmpsd
In bstwsss the msn and dlsscasd thorn.
? .i fur a pollostnan,
Vi..i(, | i tanta t.? st. .v..
Hospital- sftet tha? bad th.tr wounds
, tb- y a up Is a ?sfl at
? tli,-lr BSSM I M lost pb
.-,,, twenty-two yeara old, of No. Tig
- ratore i H : ?>i<ii,
twenty-?*?*' !- Ft "?*? ** i*'irth
?i, ol Hohokss.
The iiK'bt '<?. '"*>*i Mm -vtr- ? t
flini tholM ?'lnir.'h at an
hour when many persona wars on their
way t? rsi
SAYS TOBACCO CO. DEAD
President of American Company
Maintains Struggle for Sales
Is Free from Collusion.
COST OF LEAF INCREASED
Avers Securities Went Up Be?
cause in Dissolution All Men
Had Chance to Learn
Value of Properties.
Perclval 8. Hill, president of the Ameri?
can Tobacco Company, Issued a l?'n*f state
?ment yesterday In which he maintained
? that competitive conditions had been re?
stored in the tobacco bustn.-ss through the
i dissolution, of the old American T.,
Company. Mr. HIM d.'scrlbed in _
trad? conditions and the strugf-Ie for busl
rx .** between th.' several companies Into
Which the tobacco trust had b.?en dls
?olv.-.l. BBBertlBg that ronipeUtloji was
? real, vigorous and lasting.
"\ polltlea] rtaaapalgn is ended In which
there was some discussion of the effect of
this decree, aad knot ... i?-sion as weil m
other discussion has **bO**"*n that tbSM 1
| a very eonsiderabl.? mlsuiMerstandin*. ?.f
the situation." Mr. Hill a?ld "The AflMT*
i.-an Tobtaeeo Coanpaay. foUowln*-, rui-iiy
Its poney of non-pintlclpution In political
natters, ha.?- remained rdleat; hut now
that th.- eaapalgB la ande. ui?*r?? ? ?
no raaeos nrajed a**alnel a frank atate
ment of conditions."
More Money for Producer.
Oae of the Immediate effect? of the
dissolution, Mr. Hill aatd, was the In?
crease In the cost of leaf tobucco, by
which the producer of tobacco Was 88
sured of a larger profit than he had re
oatved before. Explaining this feature,
Mr. Hill said:
So far p.? the experience of the Ameri?
can TobeCCO ? 1'inpany BOOB, leal toi
teaerall) apaatina. ha** 11
i alnea ti.o iiunt? gradua it la
aolutely true thai I
. ,,. latter ao_
ims beea i ompetil loo, t !.
it 1b only fair to say that tha
? .???.'. gtn? i.t. i ? ?
? ly fr??in tl . and
? ?s?-_ ? omp
? The fact la thai in aoma ol tha
In which leaf tob?
a eatber coa? na
I ? top
I'l 'Ifferer.t pcoplo connected
1 t'.-- '.
? ?in,: I dlffer.nl
t prieto 'i
' ? :
? ?!! und? r an uoalt
"????? ? . ? tlnir
actual, " nd mil
p to I
t at leset
I bar |
Bf loha-vo mnn'i**vt?irers
? thai ?>f
???? BOtl "rn't"i. *.i ?1 Mr Hill
The succ?s? of the toh_SeO manufacturer
? ? f the
.... I | : ., . r
I r i? ltd e?..a ' kn??w
the nana of the maaul I ?
I tobao ; t he I lied Bvery eota*
. . , - , ? ? r*****fctf
i. ??, Ule th- ?
of n ' f life w?g gen?*
? , ?. | f the r MM ' r tha ?:i-*...i*a.'t
urer a ' " . I be K"o<?s
Coniumer Haa Wide Cholea.
??\t Uia. . ?? l'un
? instantly change p. .. u**a,M
: Mr Mill aald. "?I" lb the urblt-T. the
eppaal if Ms a*
ifaetwari tl el aiaaufaet- ;
.u? r _*fll have to <
\Vi '.;,? . ' ? rers were
direc i*abta Is tha p ibUo, Mr. '
mil add? 'i. the t'
at the mercy of tha ultimat?
I'rice cutting as a form of eompetttlOB
tha i. tor*! "f th'* ?'
..?:. \:i Um ]?:? i i< ts ni>
peallm to the
?.i tide? apecafla appeal to th?> individual a
? i HI ? i .. Hid the only ?
Of pi I **/0**l_ be t?. ?
tlio OOOBttm? r that the article hid ?h
. .? ,i .?. ?r-iiity.
Pi .. teat price autcrag even by retail
?is of rarlotia area] knoara ftve-eent d
bad drives than lata tiie threa
. frith tha reauH thai tl
; m?h? - 4 th* ? _u_ the**
\ f Hill iai.1, _-dd
i.on In the tobacco trad?, t
ion-, tahas tti? fern <>f rigeram ?
tlalng "i eld brand-, the ' lat**o*
dUCtloa r,l* BBS* brands und tl:
..r ladaoenenn to eopeunere to buy their
..i., m new broi
Advertiaing Proof af Competition.
Bvei I newepaper or na ?
Impressed with tha trem? ? o - taounl
of tobacco advi i. In i ha dally,
lv and m .ntlil;
a n out htful m in that ?/en
tltlon exlete, or tha
nota i?.n,m..; oui m pi nt. ? -..
?tlh 'loa i rund othei d
naiv.- designa ar< <. by
iron i" pillow t'.ps and ?
with the Lortllard company thought i
tt.? m In cigarette
ha foutid a .bins whloh i"
? da "t* women urge tioir
inda and aweeihearta to i
ol In order to H?.?
. iin rilb in ai ta.
siik inearta ara so expensive tha? m
tha peal they bave aovar been packed
In cigarette* Bailing at leaa than i<> i
the old membera "f tha American
co ' lompany i.?'-?.-?!n llghl .
I vea Hi?- rilh ins.??t huM p, n
? In '? cant c.. arettee.
Th ?t thl?. is a rerjr grava item to cl
up to ?comp?tition 's abowa by the fact
thai the eoel o? Hiik Inaerta on only one
i m and of the A mai Icon Tob ?.
Company clgarcttcu amounts to $
u l ? .
Anv 'observer will find abundant evl
thal tli?* tobaeeo buatneaa in tills
? i v to-day is a ? ompetlUv?
manufacturar appealing to tha con
far aa the products o? tha
American Tobaooo Conpanj and thi
otb? r oonp n ? * thai wei ? oar ad
of the combination are concerned, with
the conetuner informed as to whoso prixl
Dd he i* buyliiK
i No secret restraint of trade was pos
Mi nui deeterad, becanaa there
?Slated not only Injunctions n-alnst the
oonipanles into arhlsh th.- oM ?marhian
... Conpany mas fliatadratl to in?
sure competition amoriK th-m. but there
?were Injunctions BSjalBSt the use of
nalhO-h or instruments of monopoly.
Mr. Hill declared. II?* th.n went on:
So far as the American Tobacco Com?
pany is concerned, these Injunctions have
been obeyed la letUf aad la aplrlt. and
?o fir aa ve B?OW they btave boon obeyed
by ?vcrybixly concerned.
Not only Is ther?' publicity as to the
Identity of the llnal owner of the tobacco I
bushtees, bot the whole tobacco business
la conducted in the open
It is likely thai four thousand travelling
? ow employed by the va
companles which formerly constl
' of or -.?? ro in alllanc
toe American Tobacco Company and
whose reapi ctlt . m uti.
dsr the terms of the Injunctions re?
t? n*?., to
? le? men Rre of niflSSgltr tn.
mlllar wll . ? ,
pve employs? or ihej would he unable
n.i. Ilij-ently to do their work
Naturally, from auch large bodiea of
men Individuals art onatantty rhangng
? m and th. v would carry
with ? of any att.'mpt of
'""''" In one
aeos ,.;., my In the
sis months Ox or eight bleb priced
men have realgned to go to sa ln
? irn that was never In any
?ni cted with the American To
Thors are ovsr five thouFand Jobber?
rectly wttb th.? American To
bacc -. and moat of them un
tedly deal with ths other tobacco
manufacturing eon.-i rna that have been
:' from an*, can .1 out of the Amort*
and they are toe
millar with all trade arrangements.
in buying the raw mat.rial the leaf
buyers of the various oompanles buy at
opes auction, Ii tenca of a
of competing b ?ould
rid r i i'h en lltlons
ai 1 competition in
and in the tot th ol Injunotive i
,' i de. ree dl ee to which would
lead 1 ' ?ntT
What Will be the effect Of the competi
No man can I tom
. continua to be
r- ai Is absolutely true.
As to the InilTSSSSil market value of
the tec orilles of eompsnles which for
merly constituted th< Aaarlaaa T
. Mr, hui oftarad the fallowing
In ths OOUrl proceedings looking to the
,.t, given undi i oath, as to ths
- behl ad I
?ii.? the aecurl
? ?in, antea formed, so
? of the pr
After the disintegration all of these
of .i , nt suit for dlasolutlon,
it is well known I
1 with their
par valu?, rail for aesrer their real value
t?imn those *.\ho?<j m irket SslOS Is very
- thlnrs explain the difference In
- in the iggregata of what
. ? to the eommon a) .-kiioiders of
the Ameiieai Company, as eonv
pared with the market value of their
i ' , ; bi fore diM'.t. gr itlon.
Stockholders Lost Millions.
| The fact rem. b, that the
i cent bw American
and taking Into a*
,?, .m actual
many mllll ? ? ?? <
? : , the
. It the
Ity of a '
... ? ., .n pay
Thi ' there Is
ness 1 that the
l*?*nse In :
SHOOTING STOPS DANCE
Panic in Brooklyn a3 Man Is
win. ? is ttenl la U ? Will?
er In hit? : sad a
? '.n the rll
?? pol t of 1: -
u for the aiTOSt of V ? hat I ' '
wies, a Pols who Is sisa I
lesa Mika th.* ' They .
him sith the eh
Th t i o'clo? k yss
fith i ' '
I <*>n urgvnt
? ! ! ? v ' With
? whom be had quarrelled
a we, lea aro when th. y I
|| ?!??? \fV. Ii*?. h?
md tried to escapa
? 1 his path.
:: ho discharged th.-ee times la rspl !
ed tO the
i w?<; a stampede among the
f. mti -i and
? ' with the rsrorese
!?? lore the arrival of
Th.- police say Cleslswloi oW I I Ml
?obriquet by baring partlctpatsd in the
UP FOR CRUELTY TO FOWL
Question of Life and Death for
Court to Decide.
Domenlco Horneo, of N?> ham
t aslcJ ?! yesterday
t ths marl ? aad
'A l.r etieets. I!" was ShS I '" I
? i psrahasa ready for ths
i- ii.-n h.- at ?? ? pout ????!
r the Bootsi ? ?
i ? vsntloa ?>f Cruelty to Animals,
who I Im with beln?" cruel to the
In ths T imbg police court, before Max's,
trat.- . a W. BrSBS, one of
"i mw the dcrfi ndant boy i oh
from MM Of U* ? tuen In th? ehl
down?:. i,l, and it ?vas iill\., for ' saw It
Buttering in th?- gay, This defendant
i Um chlefcsa by Um nsak in ? arusi
manasr si d ? th."
1'onno, ' I ',:. M|d that UM
chicken was partly dead ?rhsn he gol it.
and that he orlv pal on the Btusbjni
its nsoh and pat it into the bag. if ths
.*??'- tel n s- ii:.!i,-i ing, ?i
ath throes of the bird. He
reasoned tl k?-n ?ltd not alwayi
it the exact moment
Its neck was ?Halosstod, b?> bad seen
CbleksBS flop .bout for some titn?- after
their necks had basa wrrung or broken.
ii- aald be bad takes hold of she bas
gsntly, and lad not been cruol In
I It was a q lostton of life or death,
the BMSlStratS bald RoBMO for trial.
1 CHOP MUET REHEW
Grains Make Low Records for
With monotonous regularity the mar?
ket for wheat futures touched new low
levels for the season *vlth every day's
trading last week, ar.d Saturday showed
a loss of mora than six cents a bushel
i since the first of the n onth. and at the
close of trading bearish sentiment was
In the ascendancy. The declfne is cr?*d
Ited to heavy and steadily accumulating
? stocks in the world's producing coun
j tries, and while this factor has been In
| a mensure offset by the prospoct of peace
I In the Balkans In the near future, the
technical position Is still against any
Increase In values. This Is due to the
fact that during the war few traders
were courageous enough to take the
I short side of the market, and there wa.-j
an absence at abort Interest to count.r
aot the heavy offerings of .cash Wheat.
This phase of the situation, h??wever,
did not prevent the cash market from
showing a gain in price o\?.r tn. aver?
age for a week ago of a cent and a half
Raoelpt-I at interior points were heavy,
aggregating 12,64.,000 uushels, against
11._"0,0 .?J the previous weis, and 4,11-,
000 a year a*-*o, and while ahipi
i ral they were more tliau ?,.""'"*.
000 bush. : :i the r. ?? - ? 1111 m . That
foreign wheat Is coning into bharp com?
petition with the American prodll
ahOWB by Liverpool cahles reportin? lib?
eral ortertn;*;? from Canada and Hussian
cargoes pressing for uale. According to
the Central Btatte-loal committee, th?
Itusslan wlieat crop will be 4.0.00O.?O0
buabela, against 3-0,000,000 last year,
and reports of the Argentine crop are
very favorable, with Buenos Ayres prices
down 1 ?-. cents.
These points all Influence the co irse of
pri? aa bare? ar.?l la the mean time the
export demaDd h?_s fallen _l*?, while North
weetern receipts bsva reached so large a
total aa to attract considerable attention.
One thing in favor of the American mur
k?'t is the onlfom excellence of the
wheat, while tn.? ?piallty In some other
countries Is declared to be defe?
Corn has t*ra'***T Breahaaed in price,
much of the decline being due to sym?
pathy with wh, at, aid? ?1 by fSpQVtS of
WiMarii offcringa of iwvv < orn.
Lower Inter;, r ?ash markets,
areathsr oondltlofl and the espeel
of continued bamfj receipts have added
to the n In the face of all this
there are Interests In the market credit.?.1
v.'.th tl:< belief In B big consumption this
season and blf Hhlpmenta for
the week were m ? c-.-r than B ***< aft a-;?),
but about .?Ix tli!i?s the amount exported
In the same week la6t year.
Liquidation of lone; lines of oats, a fall?
ing off !n tho 01 id and the :
rade, and general 1 I
M for thf r.. xt two nonths have de*
prewed the market, With a temporary
?;.? :,'.?i I ...i. aa with wheat and
?.. the trend hie been d ?'?'? BWBTd, with
rlsb sentiment apparently controlling
Cottoa trading coodltlotia mora not or.iy
dar and ? t late to tha
he.I a point Where chantes In
i are ? rapid atid riolant that it
required cool heada and ateady aarvaa ba
e of them.
The ??tart of trad | Wad prices I
upward, ni:d a Biaxtimn nd' .ne? of about
a bala from ti'
LI was rS-Brded M Monday. That
? a ? ? . ?. ? ..?? tha weak, bowev? r,
an I there has been heavy
.latlve resrillng and hedge sales by
spot Interests. This
!???! la a l; on The;
and F*rlday, with BB aariy advance on
.?.day wiped out by following weakness
Blight lOBB, the reduction
ftom Monday's high figures being about
vis ad*has any tkaA to,2?8,0''O
b?^en ginned tO November 14.
If the ? au r?>; ? >rt, due next
Tboraday, harks up theea figures, they win
with leu I ? ginned to
?late |___r| year. These figures
. . -reived In different wavs by differ?
ed It In dmihfful If either
will consld '?'he
gove * ? ??-.p. to be
cise a final Influen?a en sentiment as to
the : i crop Ignrea
S| ?illation In coffee has b. . i. fc'rlv
active, with prie i tending ?'
?pot Heures remain practically un
?"ost and freltrht offers ' I
Brasil, which a few ?iaya a?.o were ?
to IndloatO I on the part of
... boadere, have besana a Itttfa Brner,
an?! hopea that producers will bave to
'.-.- denanda in older t<> move
stocks are pointed out by a well
known trad.? authority to he based on
arror, ? : the Brazilians ar?' to-day m
their entire output will be wanted for
! consumption and that the main natures
Sal IBS are not ti ?? ?!? as of
Ilatora, bat the facts of small sup
In tha hinds of tho ?
? ? baga less t Bred
for consumption and prospects that next
year'?, CTO* Will also be smaller thai
world's requirements. A lar*,*?*. part of
the nowcnip will And Its way to Buiopo,
.ave been made for January to
Man b abipmeot at from one*nali to on.'
Sent a pound BOOVe tiie [trices ruling her.
Tha Brmne? and advancing prices noted
on butter and eggs have held during
Just andad, with creamery butter
ants a pound up. and -?_?;_ tho same
! amount higher a dozen. In other country
lOtl fruits felt the sSOCt of cooler
u either lute in the week, and demand
was stimulated a little, but prices ahowi-d
j no Improvement, with apples and grapes
; pl.'i.tv and Inclined to be weak. The mar
ko, tot regetablaS ?bowed little. If any,
As vvns the case a we?.k ngo. an Increase
In the cost of livestock "on the huui"
is to bo noted, the maximum Increase,
boweVBTi belag less than half a cent a
1 pound. At the sumo time, the cost of
has remained stationary,
i . apt a fractional advance on city
The averages for the week paat are
about a stand-off, as of the twenty-five
articles of current consumpUon tabulated
by Tho Tribune twelve showed an ln
ereaao, BOW have daollaad, a*iii six re?
mained at the same level as last r?-cor?:> ?I.
BaoretSry J. C. W. Merrill Qg the Chi
. Board Of Trade announ. ? ?] to-di\
that arraaganants had beesi aaarly earn*
plated by which the weekly statement of
tn. visible supply of wheat will include
grain actually In store at HufTalo, r?*
UaeS of outstanding BB__Hsrslf_Md
?-hipping orders. There are several million
? is of wheat that have been Qfdarod
out of store at Buffalo but have not been
shipped. Heretofore this grain would not
be Included In tho visible supply total.
JEWISH FARMERS MEET
Justice Greenbaum Welcomes
Federation of America.
PLAN FOR CREDIT BANKS
Congress Will Be Asked to
Establish Them in Aid of
The Federation of Jewish Farmers of
An..rica held the opening session of ltl
fourth annual convention at the Kduoa?
tional Alliance, No. 197 E*aat Kroadway,
last night. .Sixty delegate? from the llfty
M ?.tie?, that comprise the federation and
i- es and gu< sis to the number of six
hundred were ptesent.
Samuel Orsssbssm, Justice of the Bu
prem? Court and president of the Educa?
tional Allianc?-, delivered an addr?.-ss to
tho farmer?, In which he welcomed thorn
to tho city and extended to them the
OSS of the building throughout the
S :ll b" In session.
"Ton are returning to the occupation of
your foref.itb. rs. ' Justice Greenbaum
told them. "They wer.- tillers of the ?oil,
S?d there Is no nobler profession than
He also said that he hoped the Jewa In
New York would SPprsolatS tho 1m
psttaasa of Um formers as the farmor
* one of th?? chief factors
In the life of not only the Jewish com?
munity, but of the whole community at
Prior to Justice Oreenbaum'a ad'ir?-.?-.
then aras o -n mortal saisies aune ,n
nCtCmory of I*:<lor Btraos who was presl
dSBt of tho EdttOStlOBSl Alllanos at the
USM of his ib Mr- Straus, Pro
? r Morris Ixieb. Dr. David (Haustein
and Arthur ReicbOW, all of whom had
labored In tho Interests of Jewish farmers.
It was announced by Ham i.-l Hein,
; resident of the Fed-rat Ion of Jewish
Farmers, in an address delivered In Yid?
dish, that ttv* matter of petitioning Con?
gress to establish agricultural credit
banks would ho "HscOSSSd. The executive?
committee, he Mid, was convinced that
auch Institutions, favored in tho platforms
of both the Republican and Democrstk
parties, would be of n.,'it? rial 'cneflt to
the ooostry, m weii a-? to ths fSrsasrs
Tho federation, Mr. Hein declared, ir.d
maintain.-] what is known as en-dit
unions eight being the number con?
trolled ) y thl orgaalsStloS, and they had
moB?*-y fron these -, be e> -
plained, i* ? tor one off moi a
individuals to rasM and, that
being an. i fl.l
ranced on mortgsgs twice ths amount.
IB tho petit' ? ' lifted
t?* Coagresa he asid, a report at the su<
lll op-rati ? ? ' ?? n of
In th? United Btatea ?roold be in-;
as an argument In favor of asi
such bank tltoUoas
ohe at ths opening meet*.
lii?? were Alfred Jaretzkl, president of the
Jewish Agricultural sad Industria] Ait
? f th?; Boclety of I -ial Work?
ers of Ofeatar Kew Virk: Dr. ,Iae,,b <!-?
I.lpman, a director of the New
ill ?ral s'ntlon, and Gilbert Mct'lurg.
..-r of the lund Bl
one of the - on?
n ht dg y. At the and of the
? III be a t'l.. ouiTier at ote'
of t e Da t Mds restaura
Ose '??ature ot* this year's con\enti??n Is
? - e of a woman d< !?
??.?male fai mor who has attended unv
Of UM ?? Il Mr?
?lve <,f the i'arver*?
rfllo Jewish PSruMis* Boclety, of Lumber?1
DESTROYS MEXICAN TOWNS
Inhabitants Not Spared in
Mexico City, Nov. 17 The Mexican gov?
ernment Is determined to carry out the
threat rscestty mud?* to t !:!??
ties em])loyed s . . :? .?.?ral
state of MoffSlOS some
months afro, It is Indicated by tho n
of the War L).
destruction of several small towns and
es in the northern mo:.
. a, when the revo u",on
Another aridencs of this intention of
tho government Ii tl ? by
- t:, rs now
-C.r.fr in Chihuahua, Coaholla and uu
-ought here for the eam
? of Mexico. PSSblS,
fin- rrero i I IwvsrnsMiit
r fOrCSI will l..- re?
quired In t
ixtepeji and '?.in, two of the places ,'?
atroysd, ?rere Um strongholds of the
rano Indians, v. ho have not b>-. n sub
rnpalgB waged in the vt
,,f tl.- atatS capttaL Without ?
: I upon ths Inhabitants to withdraw,
rtlllery began its work, c?
When the ? -.1 b. ?'tl reduced to
Otficia! reports say that conditions In
ate? of Morolos and Me.x'o have
hiiis oear i ?. '*-??'? largely control
ta sad many ol thl minor
: ,... ,u' Mexico. The situa?
tion in the .?'at-; of Ossrrero baa be?
no MISt of the leadership of
JOSS Andrew AUOSSSB, Who II *aid to
fiaVe a COI I following and has
Si much territory along tho
. .r, supposed to bo direct?
ing a hirge part ?>f the rebel forSSS, la
atlsg in ths sostbera part of tho
.. but in all of them tin- g?.vomit'.. :il
has been vi< 'oil.us. with alight h
At H US, the federals dislodge
the ret...:-, from a strong position, eight
of the rebels and "-? '"'"? k?'?ed.
Nun-,? i-ous ha-'i.-iHias ami email i
have be*en sa-ke-l ami the crops d.'stroyefl.
DETERMINED TO END LITE
Pittsburgh, Nov. H Oi '-'V- I'i.'UI. a
young ' . h ?a ? ?I Who came
tly from DrSSdeS, Cerniany.
'il.,. ?, , I rdOthlng and night
Clot] y i with blood, were found
. : pertinent, and hours later his s'dt
v. i coat were discovered on tie hank
of th.? Allegheny Hiver, three mil
Th,. attempted to
end his Ufe with a knife, and. falling,
walk *d to the rlv. r and drowned himself.
LEAVES MADHOUSE: ENDS LITE
*?k. forty-eight years old,
who until two w?'eks ago m ?s an Inmate
,,r the Bneke inn laassi ? bun, arhes
1,,. v ! as cured yesterday went
t?i his home, at No. 200 Wayne street,
Jersey City? sad committed suicide by
cutting his throat with a ra/or.
His wife found him in one of the room?
of the bouse and .?ummtmed a physician
He was then rushed to the City Hospital,
but he died aa ho was being carried Into