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Prendergast Rages Because
Kings Is Not Represented on
the Legislative Committee.
SUGGESTS 'TIM' WOODRUFF
Chairman Hotchkiss Refuses to i
Reply, but Says Two Men
from Brooklyn Will Prob?
ably Be Selected.
Th- ? storm which thrsntenoi to !
,..-k if -i.it disrupt, the Progrssstvs
. litiou at Syracuse is gathering!
it threatens to burst te marrow
?hen the county leaders and state com- !
?aitteemen <>f the Progressive part) meet I
Controller WUltam a. riiiednigsat
already worked himself ur> late i
Mon bordering on rags at '
? lie:,"- scar B, Straus, pciinaner.t I
chslnnan of tin- convention, to appoint a
Kings COUntj m?m to the !? vislatiVe vom- ?
Hr. Straus, m accordance with the us- i
niutiuti adopted ?at *-**. meus? empowering I
I:,m t.. name the original nine members
of this commute?, eetwulted Stat. Chair
man Hot- hklsa conoernlng his ?election?,
and. WhetlM a? the result of this con- ,
?SHatlOti or not. be put Mr. llouiili>
tiu- esmmlttee and left Controller Plea* '
dergai-t and Timothy I.. Woodruff off It.
A8 a sup to tlu Controller and "Tun" tin- i
i.miniitt--. will probably choose tlu-iu '
among tie als It has the authority to add '
to its roesaheretilp when it meets to?
i'hainnan Hotchkiss said last night
that undoubtedly two of these six would ,
- Km?;s County men, but he deludes
Massif if he thinks this will pacify th.
"Why,'" ?tied the latter last night. "w'n\
wasn't Kinns Count! represented on the
..ri?inal ooounittes of nine? Why should
a big county like this, which has eon
tributed so handsoimly to th? strength
af the PiUgl?SOlVO part>. I.? utterly dis?
regarded In making up the committee'.' It
should hav< uceivvd r?cognition amoii?
ths first, Instead of being l. ft to the ten?
or the OOmmlttOS itself for i
"What liKiit has a committee to choose ;
any of it- own numbers, anyhow? This i
oversight must have been intentional."
The Controller ?aid it was tm sanie old
tight which had made possible the nomi?
nation of Osear S. Straus. 11? paid a;
generous tributs to Mi. Woodruff, who
hau ehsmploned tli<- Controller for ilov
? rin.r at th? stay- convention, and who,
as chairman of the Kings t'ounty eoin
nrttf?. ang?M*araa1 ths Bull Moose cam?
pslgs . roas th.- Hhst Uivcr.
Babies Are Preferred.
Mr Woodruff shoui.i i. a member of
thHi .-011111 Ittee," s.ii.l Mr. I'r.-ndergust.
in f-spetiencs and general knowledge of
?.u'ui.- i and legislativa aslalra
An m, ii win. iiit\>- been named es ta
;;, , . when compared with him. at?
This latest p< ?rfortnam-e
oiii.v lives emphasis and substanti.it,on j
!o ?vuat I so Impression for s !
and that la that Were h a !
, ..'..on on fns ?'?-?t <-?? ?he men who
,,..i In positions ot power in the
; t> in tins .-.t?te to Ignora
,. trerj one who has had any
\ , l llellCv.
...in auccasa of this polity is
iihI m the rots rscelved by the
I at t> abov. the Uronx Klver.
ii | .... to vail a halt."
.ml. nk.ss, though he would not
, ontroUer's grievance, made
at, ...... o si.item, nt yssterdny regard*
tag 10< L'haxactar and alms ol the meet
v iiai ,.i tiis? wss planned to be a meet?
louni) u-iiuuti ami stale comimt
, -?? the National Progrssslvs party
has, in in?- last two oi thre.- toys, taken
on m. tugniiicance ot a party conf?rence
?i ?lat importance, it Las been tound
impost.hie to accommodate the meeting
*t headquarters, uno Um seme sriil be
held m tn- banquet room ol tne Holland
MSSSe, witn morning and aiternoi-n sea- |
I'relmdnary to the morning bcaslon
than win be a meeting oi the executive
.oiiimit'ee of the state committee at
headquarters. This meeUng WUI ue exec
'itive, s? will also the morning oessioti ot
lu?; conference at the Holland Houh?-.
Th? afternoon ?esaion?and, 11 an evening
seeaiori bt-wtneH necessary, that also?will
?** open to the representativea of the
pre?? and sucn citizen? a? can be accom?
modated In the meeting room.
Conferences held In New York and else?
where throughout the ?late during the
last week or ten day? seem to Indicate
thai th- following matters will como up
I. The i'rugrt-et'lve Party'? Organiza?
tion.-Some of the mean? already ?ag?
io this end are:
<a> Tti? division of the ?t?te Into large
districts-, ?a? h to is? placed in charge ot
?? -chairman or organizer, who will
la his entire time to the work and
Move from county to county as occasion
'b> The creation in seek election dla
?rict?particularly In the country districts
? of a sub-committt-e, vonaistlng of a cap?
tain und two or more Soutenants, which
torwnlttee ?hull be not only the nucleus I
ef organization work in such district, but
alto the mean? toward th.- formation of
* district club; also the gatnerlng to?
gether of *'rogres?lve club? of various
?ize?. particularly In the large centre? ol
?.lion, these, if posslbl?-. to become
|'?e perman. nt headquarters ol ths perty
'B Much distrii-t?, and thus the centres not
?'iiy of political but educational activity.
To Form Lecture Bureau.
H Educational Work. There has al
'tadj bee: formed a p.-i mail? nt Progrsi
n?e hrceum, which will shortly be pre
?i to furnish speakers, well lntorm?-?i
doctrine, to club? and as
BasjsUuna, whether political or otherwise.
ring t.. learn fuui... of th. party?
Similarly, it Is hoped that
tht newspaper? of tii?- stat--. particularly
thom located In villages and country dis*
,r ' t*-. can be furnished with plate matter
????d special article? having to do with
1 rogiv?s|ve principles. I'lans ure also
'?">? dl?eu??lon looking to the printing.
?o different parts of the slat?-, ?if Progres?
sive newspaper?, as well as the Issuing
or seini-weekly edition? of the
leader- Progressive dailies for upstate
in i?xai?utlve w-.rk. Boms of the
Important measures h I read v sug
Amendnfents to the rules, of legislativa
procedure hK follow?: The repeal of the
?Hate printing law and the Mttbstttutlon
[?srsfor .,t a new aystsm ?ruralizing
??rer-iimerital publicity through the eras*
?e '?f a ?t?te printing department; com?
? bills ?VKUlalliig Hi- expendl
>t il?ones at primaries ami ?-lections;
i "'**?' direct primary law, with, doubt
' ,.- Ma.? ,.o tin.-., fs ballot features, as
'II as measure? making posslbl? direct
?"??tlon ol fulled Stales Senators a,id
" tx(ii, >j.,i, ,,f preferences In Pre?iden-l
- binding upon a party's d, |. !
satas l(1 ?lJS ,,H('ulia| convention; the \.m
Mi? w<"'f**"* industria! and heulth lefornil
uL ,?*dv*'<ate,i |? il,, ProuretMslv? n-j-I
?'.. ar,(J ,!?H*," platform?; a "blue skvi
?Tu. "S'-'atliiK ?he Issu, .m,i sah- In tue
il. .,"f *??? ?locks and bond? of any cor ;
-?ration, public or private, which adver?
?se* .11- ..M.. ... .. . .11. . .
securities genet ally tu
?"?<public; an agricultural ?urvey of the]
"'*le and ., a? for the sup -t vision ol
?'UiiniM,.!,,, merchants and brokers <i. al
i tu ,i"'?,' l","^'i,'?'', end < resolutloa
nil * "" ? ' 'institutional coriv-*ntlo?i at
?"?..??""h. m day posslbi.
?v>? , * u"'" Is apparentl) n?. ?cntlmenl
in. ''?'" '" ,l"' nrogressive party looli
1* ,0 ? possible fusion between tl?< Pre
tklr". * "'"1 ''I?I'er of Hi? old paille- it
?' ?????tloria o? mz and 1814, this mutte
?.4 Members A
m c?ty's m
T..?- RepuhUean dubs of in.- city, de?
spita the r? \rrses experienced in th. ????
??ent election, ??--e still much alive, -?t
least halt (.f them have held meetings
fin..- Novemter ?, and. what Is inore t..
the point. th?se inertlngs have b? e.i well
attended, and many ROW applications for
membership have been received.
I>l>trict leaders and the officers of the
?arioiis clubs naturally appreciate Un?
feeling ot relief which lnevltal.lv follows
the strain ot ;i hard campalj-ii, but. M
one leader puts It: 'We're going to stick
to our guns, and do everything In Mr
power during the next few months, not I
Mly t<? hold our present membership U>
tact, but also to win back those who M-t
tawed the .Moo e standard''
Beefateak dlnasra amokero, theatre par?
tios, baila and other gatherings are being
planned on a larger gcale than ever be?
fore by many of the clubs, in order that
Close) ?s.-nciations may be formed among I
the BMmbera and that the looal duba
may come to be rooognlaod, .sp. dally by '
' o ' ounger el.-nieiit.
Assemblymen Sidney >*. Crane, >>f the
-?;,i D1strl< ; club, who was one ol the
mai . I?? fall by the wayside ,n an en?
? tO retain In?. Albany ?...~t. looks M
hi?, defeat most phlhatophloall).
i WM glad of th.- opportunity," he
?-aid, ?:.. lepreoent tn. Washington
Heights aectlen in the Assembly, and
tried to ?i the rtghl thing al Albany. I
went down fa ro-electlora, however, la
the ihre, -cornered Bght end I cm BOt
kicking, Now I shall have the .hance to
give my whole time to my law practice."
"1 SOS Matty shot a deer ilc.wn in
North Carolina." said William T. Turner,
vlce-ptcsldent of the 7th District club, on
Baturlay night "Well, what if he did"
retortct l'enjsmln Pi Watt, ex'-cutlv
menili? r. "Oh, nothing much," replied
.Mr. Turner; "only, I envied him. The
result of the election, following so rtoaely
on the heels of the world's series, mak
me feel like shooting somebody lay Self.'
Correllns I?. (?'Sullivan, chairman of
the entertainment COmmlttoO of the I
Republican club, announced at the last
meeting of the dub thai he wm thlnkin ;
of entering t'ne BeM aa a candida ta foi
alderman m-xt year.
"Ah, cut that sti'fT out, '('on,' " si"
up Thomas j. ntadmmono, sergaanl l
arms of the club. "Of .ourse, if you hi .
we'll vota for you. but we've badsnouaii
of the political gama Letdy, and i fot o i
am tired of It." Mr. ritzsimmoiit;. It will
o.- remembered? arda the pereM who took
up the challenge o? Lindon Hates, jr.,
Progressive oand-date for Congress, an.i
acquitted hfnaaeU ao weii in a dsMte on
tin political l.-sii.'s at an Kn_t Mde public
The ban on the use of the 1.' tsbl
at the .'?tii Dtstrld club Isld down i :?
Joseph T. Hack? ft. rxeCUtlVl nein :
has bei n rclDiivnl. Th.- n striction ...r
tu.- raaull of the fad thai Mr. ;i
hsaded UM table to hold the vast amount
ot campaign literature on band. Byron O.
Horton, th?- nnauccessful candidate fa
Um Aaaembty In the Mh District, arte is
an expert at the game of "butt!, pool."
revelled In his favorlt? pastime on Satur?
-????il undoubtedly have oonslderatlM Proa
? nt plans, however, call for th. nomina
tion of Progrtwalva candidates for super
iml village ofhcers In su< h locall
ues in th? ntau aa still have spring el?c
jioiis and a complet? Progressive ticke
mi* th? \ss. mi.iy m ?*??.;: ah euch noml
nations will, under the l.->w election law
?.f necessitj be made by petition -notwtth
standln? tiirtt the Progressive part) I
?'is state cad nearly ?ci?.0?.i votea in th?
It Is not nnlikelv that tiie ,-onferen
will als., OOMider the calling of informa
primarles in the various political divisions
"f the st.it--, for the purpose of selecting
the party candidates in litt.
dkouM the national conference, called
ro? December i". In Chicago, be widened
so as to Include .?th.is than tin- members
ol the national committee, th< various
state Chairmen and tin- -tat?- candidate
lor Governor in URS?as no? seems lik.-iy
thi conf?rent*** n?xt Tuesday will un?
doubtedly choose a delegation to repre?
sent New fork and thus to express New
"links proper ivetght at auch meeting
SOCIALIST GAIN THINNED
Only 20 Instead of 100 Per
Cent in Wisconsin.
Madlaon, Wi**., Nov. IT (?h?rial election
returns from all the COUntlaa in the state
show that the ex p.?. ted Sodalld gains
o\?-r ItOI had not materiall/e.l. and that
the .u-tual Increase. iMSSad of being mon
than ltd per cent, will be only SI per
(??nt The vote of the party In Milwaukee
showed an actual decrease over It M
aad the gain was in the ciii.s along Lake
Michigan and i.ak? Superior.
The??? was no gain in most of the rural
-ountle?. the farmers being bOdUO to the
Hank -.'led-ing Socialism to state appro
:>i iation of farm lands.
The majority against WOOMa'l snffra??
BEGIN HOME MISSION WEEK
Protestant Organizations All
Over Country Co-operate.
The moral, social and religious I
ol th?- United States are tlie aubjad of
< ?.u-iderRtion for the coming WOOh in a
m?vem?*nt which culminated >? st. rday and
wll be known as Home Mission \\ .?k
Acting on the principle that true mis?
sionary work begins at home, tin- Home |
Misions Councils, compose?! of twctitj- I
seten geaeral boards engageai In national
hone mission work, and the Couik-II of'
Wanan for Home Missions, comprldn.
nine more organixatlons, have aiUlatod
the aid of Protestant organizations
throughout the country and plan to mak ?
the week one of study an?l investigation j
of exist: g conditions.
The Kev. Charles Stelzle. of the Bureau
of Social service of the Presbyterian I
l'Ofird of Home Missions, is director of j
the campaign, which has enlisted the sup- I
por: of special committees in the ...00
Am*Ttcan cities having a population of
-,5*0 or more. These committees have*
be?) for the last few weeks working out i
piojrammes of subjects for discu*-sion.
lia- BUbJaota Including immigration, the I
salon and tf?nperanc- reform movement,
woher and children in industry, country |
life and ? Ity problema the problem of
th?- negro, of the Indian an?l of the Span- I
lalii*.merlraM. and the power and of*
Selene) "f the Church as a aeelal egency
ant religious force.
Similar MaT-JO-ta are also rMSlVlag spc
[cisi consideration from such Of*gaa*lMtl_M
as chambers of commerce, ? t\ l?- Impiove
nxnt clubs, public ?school tea. luis aad of
(i. als ami bodies of professional workers.
With th?- b? ginning of the week yes?
terday and including next Sunday the Im
p.itan.e of li?me inl?slonary work will be
(ibfiiased in Um pulpits of the ebrarchea
letoraetad la Iba naovemMt Interdsaom
liatlonal meetings are planne?! for the |
SUICIDE CAUSES A PANIC
Theatre Watchman Shoots Him?
self and Players Are Excited.
s?. eral girls, while making pr?par?
ions for the afternoon performance ut
he Columbia Theatre yesterday, ?TOTS
thrown Into a panic by th?* repoits of j
Iwo revolver shots and screamy of pain i
from I man. A lew iinunei ts later _??_*? i
ward Hlshop. hfty-tlnee year?, old. a ?
watchman in the building, was found ?lea?l ]
v/ith a bullet In his head n I th.- revolver
by his side in a store room on the foutth ,
Boor. The police any be aoanaitted oui? j
A?(?ii'lint, to Mm story told by a stage
hand at tiie tlnati?-. Hisliop had bei n cm
ployed a.? a watchman tfeefO M* th.- lad !
two years When in- cam?- to the theatre]
yederdaj th? manager told htm thai if,
h? ?P.I nul re|?oit la a h.-U.-i ?oii'lltioli hO
would be diochurged. BIsbM shook hands
with Hom*% of th.- stage har.ds. asytng:l
??(?ooib\, boya I'm going away." '"'|
th.ii cUmbsd to th.- four.n Moor an I the
sli ?te were kaS 'I.
A It Mug k many of Um plgygta arerel
greatly aadtsd by the e__atr, non. of j
them i.ft the dressing raoaaa after botnal
?i.-.l b> Mi- in. . ,.-(r. Tiie curtain
treat up at the ugular time.
'FISHING PARTY RESCUED
Motor Fails and Six Persons
Drift All Night.
Aaron Lsvy, who runs s s.ilo.u, nt Bat I
Beach and lives at No. I"**?' Math avenu. .
bad a celebration laM sight in his house
i at which a good part of the "doch ?>f II
sekmn was bended around to gratified
' frlrn.ls for I.evv nt..| hi- wife. With
? ral others, had been bnatched nom th<
' jaws of desth
U vi ou na a -.., ?, ,,f , , htha Is
and on Bsturdaj ha in\ ?t.-'I s
friands to ko out to tin Pishing Beaks
In tin* party were Albert and .lack Sinn ?
nunm, '? Plannagen, an undertake)
Lsvy put ? lot of food iy two M| ham?
pen before sailing, ami siso thsn
something that would hue? boss good m
.as?- of snakebite, Ther? was ptenl
sn.ik.- medicine, bseauea thsn ire
j serpenta at th?- Fishing Benka
L?eU of Boh ?ste osnght, ami about i1
o'clock Beturdaj afternoon th.- la
! eras beaded for ths shore. Bhs had gone
1 <".'\ a mile or s... when auddenly symp?
i toms ??( motes trouble developsd
iii'i ail be eouid to prevent th i
of th? trouble, but he oouMn't sta
off. and in a few minutes the boni i
so bed that th.- women began I
Originally there wers two on
but the men loot one of th.-m ov<
so the OtbST was only good for ust? as a
signal p..le. Mut M POSSlni VSSSSll S i
NiK'iit came deem a-gellop, and with It
old that would hav>- boon unbearsbli ?
. ?pt for ths stuff that OSSSa from the
store. Th?- woni.-n huddled fOTWerd In
the cabin and covered themsslvsi
tarpaulins The men huddled sft and
scanm d ths surfa. ?? ?.f ta trono** i
for the sijfn of a ssIL And so the nlghi
WOTS mi Ashore frb-nda of the ?..-it-,
were snalous ti,.- polio were Informed,
but could do nothing more than welt foi
About dnybr.-ak yestsrdsy James Mar
rett, of \o. MX* Seventeenth avenue, put
I out In IiIh launch, the Veronica .n
i u ad by bla son. ?ani heeded for the
open sen He cruised shoot in the cold
gray dawn off Norton's Point and tli.-n
sailed toward Manhattan Beach Al I ?
rays of th?- sun grew stronger Mm
through his blnoi ular.**. caught the flash
of a white hull bobbing on th( Wavi .
losaos away, and bore down upon ;t m
was Lsvy*s launch ?Soon the unfortunate
marine wanderer was in tow of ta
Veronica, and by hit?- breakfast time i'l
were safe ashore at Math Beech
Levy sent nut Invitations for lest nlgbt'i
.-??hbration t.y telephone as soon -i
hud caught up with his slssp, and of
course everybody had a better time l'un
Levy and his party did th?- nlghl before?
THREE MAROONED IN BAY
Fishing Party Drifts for Hours When
Motorboat Engine Balks.
The jo-foot motorboat Royal? owned
by Edward Shine, of No II Huron ave?
nu?-, Jersey City, sad operated by his
brother Charles, was found disabled pea
terday afternoon in New Vork Bay SOOT
(iovernor'.H island by Acting Captain
11:. Hock, in charge of the polic Stsamsi
on the motor craft, bssldss Mr, Shine,
wsra tero men win. declined lo divulge
their Identity. The men explained thai
they were returning from the fishing,
benka at Princess May. Ktaten Island. ?
when the engine of the boat went out of
commission They had been Seating In
the bay, they said, for several hours
'lie craft was tOWed to the Mattery.
SINGLE TERM TO BE PRESSED
Taft's Advocacy Vitalizes Move .0
Limit Presidential Tenure.
Washington, Nov. 17, Presiden I Tsft'i
oeciaration in tavor of a constitutional
amendment to limit the Presidential ten?
ure to a single term of si*: year.-, with
,,,, HgtMllty to eitiier a COHSOCUtlVI 01 8
,,o?i-con*?ciiti\e term, an.i President
,.|, 11 Wilson's Indoreemenl >>f 11 ? ?- Demo?
erotic platform favoring such a limita? '
lion me believed her?- t.. forsshadow .
?troni pressure for legislation ol this
kind esrlj Is ths coming Confreos
numerous measures heve beert Intro?
dared In both bouses of t'ongrees tat s
, hange In ths Presidsntjal traute Thi
S-mute indi, iary Committee are itlod ,
with the probl?'*"' Swing thi last session,
ami praetor Cuautelna wa report? :
Wi.i'.s amendment out .inmut..-.
poi-poaes to press the meesors when I
(?onareas oonveno?. A similar ?rorad-l
nient is before the llom-. Judlclsry i'oin- I
i .?-???-? -... r-' ;:.*3i_fc,.-tP(*?R?*?i*f-*g-!i
T?K?.WOOD, N. J.
BCtlve Kill. Winter :?n?l
rt, .,mnn_ i he pin, ?. ?fl ? ' -
ilthful elimat.*. ?n'-i-ii ed?
it ? \<-r> M|i|x>rt'ii.ll \ f?i
?iienil lull (??If Tnnrniimrnt
nt. i. UHKK ?.'H-*.'?-:??)
LAUREL t'A PINES
. i . ? ?< n i|! \\k )?? RtftTTg Mm
s ,.. . tpt \ .7 MfltrHV. Mgi
\ in.-, nt Murphy. AflSt Eg"
.: information on roqssst
i II..I.? Net* v>iik city rut tj
CENTRAL R R. OF NC W JERSEY ?
Declare Case of Engineers
Should Have Been Fin?
ished Long Ago.
TALK OF FORCING THINGS
Agreed to Await Award in
Other Dispute, but Leader
Says Thr.y Are Hard to
Keep in Line.
The firemen arho made dem.unis oa
Itj two Eaatarn railroads ami
then .?!*-"''-'I to await the aw,ml of Mi?*
'ii.ittatii.n comnaittea in the ??is?- or
i!i? ti_in?-.-)s I.efore taking up their
?.wi! demand?- with the raltroada ara In
dlgmanl ,<t the length 0f time the ar?
bitration pro<*eedln**s hare taken. Ac?
cording Iff ( ?ratal Chief \V. S. Carter
of ?Ii? Brotherhood of Firemen ami
Bng'nemen, arho is now in this dry.
arbitration is nol a plbaeant arord for
I '" I * 'i now. and they are M
?rrought m? that it is hard t,, k,., p
Hi? ;n in Im?-.
('-"!' ' ? ?'") her.- with ,.ne or
"?" other (-?frteera of the btotherhood
!<> arrange for taktng up the demands
??' the 'i.ni.-n with th.- m.in.iKcr.s'< (?iii
mlttee of the rallroada Th? lad re
porta arere that th.- engtaeera*-erward
would nol be announced before Novem*
bar _?"?. ii is now m,,!,, thai, eight
m"'" the arbitration pro? end?
ings m the ta* .,i th,. engfneera be?
gan, Mr. Cart? nUd resterday. He
declared be could not underatand win
ihe wort of the arbitrator! area spread
over that tune.
n to calculated to make arbltratlea
unpopular/' be continued. The Bre
m- n are dtaguated at the v?-r> mention
.?i m uMratlon, ami all of th.-ni ,,!?? en
?St th- Kidman get if th?
? 'i bean conducted umier
?''-'i a? t. th.- arbltratora arobld I
lo make th-ir award
v ,|''!i ?'"":? dajra it leoka to me ilk??
"" ? ' "'? ' Ihe ?ase of the ,-n
' do :."! want t?, K,Ve iuu,-|, of
th? ir Urn? ?.. ?i.. pratk To
ghi tnontha to rtile>
UlOUB, ?n I it i g| bad for the ggjgf.
? othlag .?f th.- enormous
? ?i ? ? '?<??? ????. brotberh.i baa
'?' ' :; ' ?'?' the Bremen i,..,i come
; ' i ?here manj ..f Uiam thooghi
' I b be i virtue. He,.,,?i
h.- might leave the elt] to>d_j ..nd r<
1*1 ? f? ? dayi II- added thai the
meeting between the managara1 com
the rail roads- and the flre
men's mmltt? a at Bft*/-twa ?.\er the
firemen's demanda arould irobabl*- n..i
i?!?" ?? until (?-n daj ? an? r the
ird m the caae <>f the engtneera "fat
m.i.i?- Aaked i' in caae no agreement
was reached the H romea would agro?
l>, at l.ltl'.it 1..II. he said be knew what
the** would do, Imt h<- ?lid not want t..
N. would i?- popu?
lar arho m? i '?"n.-! arbitration to them,
in- d-> i ii ? ?i
m? ' ? '' i ' ? ti-'ii '.. '
night in whi'h the terms of the aw-id
??i. ???? nlion? d in a general way. Ac
i ? this rumor, th?- award laid
some Btreaa on reporta a.s to aragea andi
Other mattere by railroads to th?? In
teratate Commerce Commlaalon. These
report-- ware regarded by the men aal
mult-ding and nol to be taken serious
i- in , on irquence, thli phaae "t the
question also came in for ?onsnii table
TRAINMEN WANT MORE PAY
Brotherhood Will Ask Increase
for 20,000 Employes.
I t: . -| ell l-i.iI'Ii tS Th.- T*ri*MUM I
Cleveland, Nov. it. Higher ?agsa
graded a? ordbig to leagtfe .>f trains, and
;-., roast ?i ..velum-- paj erlll be **requ*. st?
ed" t? ti" Brotherl.d of Ballarajr Train
i,a i, f.nductora add brakeaiea em
plo ? i on fifty-twi. raOroade eaal of Chi
.., ;., and n." Hi of the Ohto'Rrrer, it was
definitely annouw ed to-alght.
?i i, .luctors and brahsmoa had their
, . .h..ut in per .em tere reara
. -iget i una these guaraut? ? - are
p, i?. demanded: Oonduetot-, SUS a
month; baggage rnaatera, ?W a month ;
,;,. mi o t-M ?? month, and other
ira!.? men, ?*i ?? month.
\ .\i Kim-, general eeerotan of the
i;,,,ttl,, hi "ii u- Ralhrraj Tra?nassa, asid
MWe w.ii -i-k for ;"? Inoream In nagae
i,,i .,11 the men. Al what time the re
quesi erlll be nwde ha_ aei rol been do
, ideal The ratea ??r.- Sfoi "
?, is esttm ted by edBstals of the Broth
. i hot d of Railway Tramna a that th
,.m,inn..1 strength of employ? i Baking f?
th. ln<n*eass i? approalmateij tS.SSS. Th?
v..ii not i? preaaed until after
tic- arbitration on inlttee annouoooa theli
r. -1 ort, it ie ei i? eta I tin Ir doeli ion' win
, h.-.l within a week.
; 'Meinen of the bbb**? rosde have bad .
??rntlr den u - In f?*r aeveral awmtha but j
... not t" lake any a-ftrve atepa to
,.,,tii the ?" l**overaj with th.- j
engin? e svttlt A
WILSiON WRITES TO HIBBEN.
I-, Ml. el?.I \ -1 . NOV. I ? The follow
,,,. lettci from E*rssldsnt-?Iocl vYoc-drow
v ,| , ;, p, in .lohn Orlor Hlbbon, proal- j
,,i Princeton Unlveralty. was nwde
puhlie here lo-ni' '? !
-,. |,,..,, president Hlbbon: i need not ?
i. ,i , , ho* arstlf) ing it was to me to
i-..i,i\.- througti you tin- congratulations
,i my _inM mater, i hope .?.in.?rely
i int -.in- mu) never hsv.caslon t?< he
a-iiamcJ <>f her aon Cordrally >??ui.?
W'KJl'K ?W W11.?.ON. '
m AND BARNES TALK
President, on Retirement, Will
Take Active Part as Gocd Re?
publican, Chairman Says.
CHURCH IN THE MORNING
Then, After Luncheon at Hid
Brother's, President Motors
to Westbury?Sees Visitors
?Off to Yale To-day.
Cha?n?es William Marnes, Jr., of the
RepuMlean Mate Committee, had a con?
ference with President Taft yesterday
sfternoon si the home of Henry w. Taft,
No. ::>; West 48th street, in which the
futurs plana of ths party. Including the
queetlos of Its nominee lor the Presidency
in lyit), were dlHcuHst'd.
"Did you discuss this with the I'resl
? I' nt ."' Mr. Marne? was asked.
"We ills- ussed the general situation and
i. fen*'d to certain plans that are being
laid to mak?- th.- Kepuhtican purty titrong
? i than ever? As to the candidate for
Pr?sident on the Republican ticket In
1918, of course, that Is far away. That
iras touched upon, however."
"After March I will President Taft take
an active rait ir. the reorganization of the
, RcpahHcea part- .'"
"Well, I suppose lie will. lie I? a R<
pubttcan tii St. last and all the time, and
I every Rood Kepublican is working to a
common end. Wt pre lighting for a
principle, and the fight will go on until
we put our principle Into effect."
"And th?- principle?'*
"Why, th.- principle of the Republican
pert**. The safeguarding of the Consti?
tution and what the Republican party has
alerajra stund im?the people.'*
Mr Marnes was with th? President
i j-ome time, and when he left the house
the I'r? Hident said geodby to him on th?
Btspn ahahtng him vigorously by the hand
I and ?x? hanging a tow words of far?wel|.
PrSSUaat Taft BPSM that kind of quiet
Sunday yesterday his friends ssltsva he
sreuM slsrsya sees if h?* had his cholea
He attended church In the morning, took
luncheon at hla l>r??ther's hfiiisi? enjoyed
a motor trip to Mon-J Mead in the after?
noon ami in Hie SVpOtag 'lined privately
with B fee old Vale Irtenda There was
' not a public sppesrsnea of en) sort on the
The church h. chose Mil?. timS was the
lifti; treats Prsshyterian Church only
- Moch or two north of th.- Waldorf.
?rbsre ha naa Btayheg. Thais he listen..i
t.. a BSrmon bl the Kev In-, J. H. Jowett.
th?- Bagtlsh prSSChsr, who wh.s called to
lus pressai pesterais last spring. Dr.
Ijov/etl prssched rsstsrds) on the aii auf.
fi. Iracy of .lesus Christ for the BShrattOfl
of th? raes, taking for his tost a part
' of Itotniins. I. I?; :
Fee i am not aohsmsd ot the Gospel of
I Christ tor it is the poorer <?f God unto
Iiiime.li.it.-I-. r..ll.iw.nK the ChSTth cere?
mony th.- Mr.slii.nt went to the house of
?in- i, i. .'ii. i There ha it?- luaeheoa
; with in.- members of his brother's family;
'with his ?on. Charlea Taft who cam
dour* i:<-in \\at. i tow n. Conn., arhere.be
| is attending th.- Taft Ichaei "> ha with
his father, with Major Rhoad.-s. his mili?
tary aid, and i"iirinl A. Thompson, his
8S*IISlSIJI. who Is soon to raccOed Treas
unr M< I "hing
Th- afternoon motor trip was to West
bury, Long Island. Th? I'r.-sld. tit's broth?
er and son and his military aim accom
?1 him. The party returned to the
Waldorf about .'? o'clock with winter roses
In their cheeks and smiles of content
; Attmt the President's return to tne hotel
he .ttved Informal caUa from William
Nelson CroestreH sad Isflet Dsn Ramon
If, \ .iid.-z. the new nrdalstsr from Pan?
ami. Th-> ?lid n .I, however, come to
'I lor* ?era |uet BVS Si the dinner party
in the Waldorf in the evening. MesPlt-s
the I'r. s:.h nt wlio belong;* to the Vale
elasa ol m\ the d?nera srere Clarsncs H.
Kelssy, president of the Title Ouarentea
and Trust t'oinpany. Yah'. '78; Otto T.
Mannard. prOsldenl Of the New York
Truel Company, Vai?, "*>; Chatlss Hop?
kins <"laik. ?ditor of "Th. Hartford
Courant*1 Tale '"'? end Heary w. Taft.
All but Henry W. Taft are members of
the Yale Corporation, ami, with the Pres?
ident, will sttsad to-day the meeting of
thai body In Men Haven
Prssldrat Taft will leave the (?rnnd
i entrai Station on the S:Ji train In the
mm hing, and leSVS N?w Haven on the
return trip at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
H?- Is due here about 4 o'clock. An hour
later, approximately, he will depart for
DENIES STOVAINE KILLED
Patient Died from Complication
of Diseases, Doctor Says.
Dr. wiiiiam gen men Belnbrldge, of the
r.i|\ clinic Hospital, who, according I"
Coroner's Physician Bdgsr T. Ray?cnaesd
the dentil of a patient under operation by
administering stovaltn- inSWthptltl. said
v.st.lday that he differed from the phy
si? ian. and that his patient died, not from
th. atia-slhi'ti. , but from a complication
Saturday Dr. Ray performed an autopsy
on the l?od> of the patient, PatrlCh Hart.
who dl.-?I on l-'rldtiy, and found, he ?aid.
thai Hart had died from the spinal In'*'
tlon of stovalne. Coroner Kelnberg said
ih.it, In his opinion. Or. Malnbridge had
?hosm "lather poor lUfglcal Judgment."
"Hail was S poor derelict of a man,
onelsntly sufferlns totease pain. For
three hssha we, four other doctors and
myself, studied ins condition earefnlly.
.uni ?lui all that v.? could to reHa*4**i hi?
igony, W<- didn't have a chance to Spot?
at?-. ThS best Judgment ol" live of us sur
. inns told us we should use the stovalne-.
ii.- was about ready to ?ii?-, and we gave
him but S small dos.-."
Csrsnsr "fetohsrg had previously de
. lared tnat he a> a surgeon In such
w.iuld use a "general ana-sthetlC
"We decided that to use the general
an.esthetic WOUld la- far more danger?
ous," said Dr. Halhbrldg?-. ?hen told of
,!,, r.ion.-i's renwrha
Th SUtopsy Bhoered thai Hart had had
oiUma of ths brain, myocarditis, fatty
degeneration, chronic eatarvhal gastntu
aid chronic ah oh, Hem. Dr. Malnbridge
saiil he also liad Blight's dlscaac.
?There was nothing extraordinary about
my Ma .ii -,- sssd the stovalne?*' bs added.
It is being used by the treat surgeon?
throughout Bureee, ami the Dnltsd state?
army BUTgSOnS SIS using it in Manama."
(?oionei ***etaberg aald he would take
no action in ?he case, but would ha gov?
erned by th.- Undings of the I'oroiiei's
jury at the In^ucat. I
NEW COURSE FOR N.Y^A?
Fox Hills Links May Be Bought
by Athletic Club.
SOLVES A BIG PROBLEM
; Golfers of Organization Much
Impressed by Outlook on
The desire on the part of four Hundred
or Uve hundred golfing members of the
New York Athletic Club to have u coure
of their own, which has < eueed BO ??"?j
Of discussion among the in ntbesa of the
Winged l-'oot organization und baa
hrouirht about nome ierlous dlACUltlsi la
the club, Is quite likely to result in tits
purchase of the property now o?*i*upl??l
hy the Pox Hills (.ol? Club, on 8tat?*-ii
Island. In fact, there was oonsklerab
I discussion during the recent Ken fort
[Athletk ?*lub championship at Fos Hill
as to the advisability of combining
two organization.?*, particularly as there
are about forty persons arho ar? mem?
bers of both.
I The Fox Hills Golf Club liol/s ? !? Be
on Its present pioperty at < lifton pwn**d
by the Vanderbllt estate, and th.- lease
has seven years yet to run Until recent?
ly the property was not for sede, but >t
1? understood that It can now Le pui
j chased for something like $200.0011. "fur
ihermore, the Kox Hill? organization has
met with much heavier expenses of lat<
and It Is declared that the limit of safety
has about been reached
The problem of providing t ?our?, t?>r '
the New York Athletic ?'luh gotten l.a
heen a vexatious one for a long time I
The majority of the members, are als <
affiliated with some golf or country club, ?
making membership In two clubs m?< ?!**-?
sary. It Is argued that the Wlngiyd Foot
members are numerous enough to sup?
port a ?ourse belonging to the dub, aad
keep the whole thing In one organization.
A few weeks ago there was talk of ;.n
;imr. ement with the Siwanoy ('ountiy
I'lub, which has a nine-hole course near
Travers Island, for the UM of Its links,
but it is argued that this would necessi?
tate the enlargement of the links to
eighteen holes, as well as the entire ****-.
construction of the club's facilities.
It Is pointe-?! cut that the purchase **f
the Fox Hills property would give the
(few York Athletic t'lnb a BSOOOd Trav. is
Island, along a highway for automobil, s
between Ken York and Central New Jer?
sey, and less than an hour from down?
town New York Th? ciur.-e. being
(Ighteen holes and MM) .'aids long, could
be made the rival of an) In the Bast. H
I? claimed, and the election of a !""??? club
l ouse on the knoll back of the ????v?*n
i? ? nth tee would give th?- elm all fa*
i lllti.??? and at the same time fUrnlsfa
the members with a convenient and Fully
equipped /?>if dub under the rmpervisior.
af one organization. Kv.-ry y?-ar mo e J
un., more of the m? tnh.-rs take up g ?If. !
an?: if the property was purchased HOW
it would be neeeeaary oni> ta -_".?rant- ?
the Kox Hills Club BMmberablp until the
loase expires, seven years hone
It Is urged by those in favor ot tiie l-'"\
mils plan thai a coum ooovonleat to
Trarera island w ?t n-> advantage,
cane?' M on?- would I-e l?tcl* to Vieil l?.'.:i
places In tin* cours, of a day. One of
the im mhers. in writing an expression of
opinion for the club's publication, ?!? ?
i tared himself very much In favoi of
movement to aeeure a oourae foi
atembara but that he did not fa*? i
plan which would mer.-ly give therm
privilege "f playing ??'- mme otne*r golf
"What are want I? i ? ours, ?.f o r o* '?)?"
be said ?The affiliation plan BUggSSl ?!
would simply mean ti'at the memb?
must pay dues to SBOtlier ?<>lt < !.:>? (and
most of them are ;iir?\ui> members '? -i
golf club), and still the) areuM not
ah!? to play on a ?our-?- owned by
New Vork Athletic Club and compet?
tournaments as membera Of the club.'
There nal eontd-hraWe talk about tea
years ago of making some sort of. .in
agreoBBenl with the fos Billa dub, i
a conunlttee ?>r one was eppolnted t..
look into the matter; but as the n- s
Vork Atbleti?- club was not 00 keen for
golf then as now th< proposition foil
through. Since th-n the transit facilitas
to Kox mils have been greatly Itmreaaad
and the course has been Improved and
lengthened, while the KOlt membership In
th.- New York Athletic Club has under?
gone | great Increas?
m OFFICERS TO IE
Spectators at Horse Shew To?
day Wi!l Have Seme Thrills.
PREDICT BWiNE? WEEK
Big* Demand for Scats at the
Annr.al Exhibition in the
g?rerai horers to b* shown In the horeg
shoe this week arrlvi I n tne Gs den yea.
i? rday. Among th.. ? aei
,,.\s and Clydesdale? 1 Ma morning th?
- will devote attention :>. t, . Ii - k?
no)a for win. h then i - two etui rs for
I ill? B, Ihn ? foi nu.le IM1 :?? Stall?
ions. Clydei .I..;. ,ui ? - end pi i ? h "?
th? m .1 nil | win i m ?. >? Ith '
preliminar) evolution tot officers' charf?
in the sfternoon i unies, h u seas Inn *
ss>ddls horses, Ehetlende end hechne) I
ions n :ii comi on hi at, and I ben. ,,i
o'Ctot'k, Her. \,:ll |,< an in:?'national
lest foi the Plass cue This trophy?la
Cor officers' chargers, ami ths horses nrftl
be ridden b\ oilic.-rs in uniform. It will be
the I'lst Of the int.i national contest.- I
which the English, Dutch M.-lglan, CUBS*
.nan and United States ?.ftlcers meet.
The second o? th" international contests.
and one is win h mnstdsrsbts interest is
taken, ?s on the program?is ter9H9o'clock
In the evening. This i.s for a cup present
, .1 b) Judge William It. Moore. It i.s
. pen to all nations at ?1 all branches of the
acrvtce, and the horses must be ridden by
officers In uniform.
The course over which the horse-, will
be tried la iir.*t to Jump a gate or board
ft n.e I feet I inch'-s hijrh. second to Jump
a stone wall I reet high and third t<?
jump a double post and rails 4 feet high
and about H feet apart. The contestant*?
go twice around this course. The firtt
prisa i*- s .up valued at 1100 and |1M
in cash. Th? s?-cond prize is 175 and th"
third prize $'!.".. Th? re are entered in
this class sixty-seven horses.
The Judge? have a .scale of points to
help them determine the winner. First
refusal ST bolt is one fault; second re?
fusal, two faults, and third refusal, de?
barred: horse or rider falling, four faults,
horse knocking down fence with forelegs,
four faults, with hind le??/-, two faults.
touching with front leps without Knocking
it down one fault, and with hind legs,
half a fauli
The show opSMd on Saturday far BOOTS
suceassfully than aven the most optimis?
tic expected The attendance was very
large for th?- opening day Is spite of the
counter attraction, ths rsle-Prlncetoii
football gam.-, and the demand for ?-? I
has been bo proel thsl it ?s expected tin
will in- .. bennei week end sill show tat]
conclusively tbet ths horse is rapidly rs
gaialni hi? popularity, srhlch tee ? tim<*
was on the wane.
PRATT AGAIN HEADS SLATE
New York Yacht Olub Nomi?
nates Officers fcr 1913.
I .. i omtnatli t ? i mndti e of tl
1 or> Va.-ht Club hea anno in id tin fol
lowing officers and men.: ? i .' . imp ;tt.?? -
eetm ted I j tl-- it-, to ?? : - ?? In HI to te
? l- et? d st the -.mi.
the i Inl ? ? i >? ? nt?
commodore, Dells ? '? Pratl
dore <;. orge '?' i;..^< r, |i
dore, .1. Plerpont Hoi
(ieorvt A, ('ormack* 1res irer rarrunt
I'lit ii., :
, ! t.. com mi t ( r ' !. d < l : I ' -.i
Joseph If. *g C Bhi : man
Ho) t m.., iirer, wrtlhi m i ' ill? \.
t-iit:. sdmlsrioi W\ 1er
Duncan, H< nrj i. Bis ?? Ha old I Van*
t i',.-.;. rick i.. B i i i" s N
an<i ?'in,ri.s Lane I'oor: house OOtMnitte?
- Thorn;,s A B**Oe00n, Sam ? ! A. Br?'
and .'am.s i". Carter, U s (f.; UbruTi
committee I "ha rloa W Lee, Henry B
Kahi end Jam. s i), Bperkman* model
committee lohs Neilaoo, Prederldt M
Hoyt end w. Harry IfcGIII.
Committee on club station? and snehor
tges Mo -' i Plen.t Morgen, jr.: No
t. Robert K. Tod; Xo. I. Yernon C.
Brown* No .". Charlas Lana Peor; No. g
Arthur Curt?as James; No. 7, iieorp?- F,
Hah?-:', n ; No. IS, .1 llarv.y Ladew.
Nominating committee- J. P. Morgan. i?.
' Ledyerd, F. <; Bourne, C. Vanderbilt.
A. C, .lames. Wilson Marshall, K. H. von
atad?-. Daniel Appleton, O. a. Armour
tnd t'renvllle Kane
Pass through our doors just once and you
have found it the most unique and capti?
vating store in New York.
Even before the street glare leaves your eyes
you catch a glimpse of long counters of shin?
ing novelties, such as this big town has not
known in years?
A Folding Chair for outdoor shows that is
carried like a cane.
A Reversible Card Table in which there's every
game you r\nou\
A Walking Stick, whose tiny electric light
finds the keyhole in a dark vestibule. Also
one that lights your cigar on a windy night.
- A Folding Desk that springs full armed into
life out of a mahogany table. ;
A Smoke Consumir to purge rooms of to?
bacco smoke. Small, inconspicuous, the
newest thing abroad.
A Humidor. In fact, the whole life of a
cigar, down to its lamented end.
A liaij-thousand pleasure-bringing novelties that
tell you that at last you're in a store whose
unique assortment absolutely precludes a
commonplace Christmas gift or a mistake.
Gun? and see this store you will ?>t tceleome ichd'te/
you torre to purchase or merely to look cround
ABERCROMBIE& FITCH CO.
Thm Create.' Sporting Good? Store in the World
53-55-57 West 36th St. New York City
Open Saturdays Until 6 P. M.