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Many Think Single Term Issue
Will Cause New Adminlstra?
tion Much Worry.
I.EBRASKAN LOOKS TO 1916J
What to Do with "Peerless
One" To Be Subject of Deep
Thought by Wilson
with rtteleent nloot wilson ealeylas
tion ln tlir- balmy alr of the Ber
e from the Importunities of
?__MMBClnn arnl wlth a mind at liberty
to ej.veli \ir>on Bome of tho dIk things of
.-:. I.-- ta ,?,n to Legin, the oue s
' What part ls William J
D got*-g t-. i,iuy ln the new admln
li nearef may be easy to some p l**
I, it to those who know both Ihe
l'i'M_e-iit-il.e-t and the .-M.raskan well.
IbWe lsn't tl.e- least eloubt tilat the- elis
? on of Hryan ls golng to b-- OM ot
the inrst eklinite siibje-cts tliut Mr. W_*
.1! hOJOt lo deal wlth; OM t<> whlch
irlll ri., doubt rie-vote aeene v.-ry d. > ;?
thought !??.,.!?.? ho egain get* na.-k te> this
country on I '? ot mber 16
V.,r while- Mr. Wilson an.l Mr. Bryaa
may hav, thf* samo le.. a*- on (he tarlS
nnd oa p*rog**a*eetv< i> irieiHtion, tJu-re- is
one. tfuestlon em whk-li th'v are apart
urently, nad that i*- IM qoeettoei of a,
? term. There "en*! any doubt m to
? Mi. Brynn stan.ts on thle <i'"*
lion. tor he has tini.- antl again expre-'s:*<1
nnd wa_*n't h.- th-- om erho
i.mii plank pul in Ihe
I ,-t beard ftoin I
i Wllaon on IM nubjed of n
. t, rm, even if M hi * Ihe Deeae*
platforn adopted nl Baltlmore. n.
t in i nglc poNlc
ol wbetber h.- belleved In it
? it although i"' ban
with frankne-ss overv oth,
,)lnn ? ia f<iiow Deinoemle
Bryan Urged the Single Term.
,?. ,,n Um eoBtrenr. in ?n his*
i paigr foot cleeed nr
. ,t.rs te ?OPtJOTl Mr. WH?
. ,i|V beenUM of the slngle term
-i want >ou to rota foi Mr Wlleen be*
,.;)!i- dged lo a single te-rm. and
t|, wlll tM fre.- IO s.-rve UM
?. He aill not elcvote the great'-r
parl ,-f hil -liiiinistratjoii to bulldinp *}
,, n,.,. ? brlng ahmit hls renornnn.
tlon," araa In lubetanoe what the- N?
teaman told hla audlences dur
I we. ks' entpelflTil through the
. w? st In rapport >>f the
N< ? i, i ? y Qovernor.
lt ls the- mioertilnty e,f the attitueb ef
? le-nt-.-1. ? t Wilson toward a single
term and the unswerving attitud** of Mr.
? i bl favor of it that hat" made many
-.- thnt tn** r. latloM between the two
I'. tne.eratic Ieaders will beeome inor-- or
tom atralned as Uaea gdea oa Vor there
isn't the- least elonbt ln the niinds nf those
\sii,, hav,- watcbed eventa eleeely that
-Mr. Bryan wants to tM the lK-mocratle
eanrlUlate f.,r President in 1916 and that
Iie is lajrtng his plans aerordim-ly.
Tnel.. ,|, lt is not hard to flnd many ppr
seens w),o beUeva that Mr. Bryan had the
sirinle tei.n plank inse-rte-d ln the Demo
eratie plfltfnrm'with the purpose of iving
., ...taUelate h4ms*'lf four years from neew.
atid Uittr* i??'t raucli de.ubt that he used
tlie ofriclr t-rnl ar/Jiime-nt so vlRorously
in hii ofluapalgn npooehoa for Mr. Wtteon
ne. that Ihould the- e,e-ca_ion arise he could
put forth s,,m.- pote-nt arpuments as to
why Mr. Wilson should not seek a re
IU- la in a position to tell J're-tldent-elf-et
">\'ilson thal he shoulel not se*ek a TO*
nomiiiaii, i, beoaaea by M?s so he would
be aeji::*; s,mie-thin~; <-ontrary to thr
prOMll > l (Biyan) made" ti> tlie* people
in th?- ,?eimpalgn Jusf clobed.
Wai a Place Offared Bryan?
lt may. perhapa, h.- mlrir to Mr. Wii
se,u t i he- doe-s not approve- ef
tt,.- fjntrl*- te rm pl.-uik In the Democratic
platform and that he lntends tb se^-k a
-, tnaiJon, bul no aaot-a ao than t,j say
thal ba is la favor of lt, for until he hlm?
self, tahea tha pabttc into his eeafldence
an<T tells th. in his the.uf-lits on that sub
? t ? ? | ly ftwntoea as to his
feelnga toward n single- term.
The taet thal Mr. Kryaji is a ahrewd
OM who bellevea in taking ad
tagi of every opportunity that pre
t it-> lf. is what makes hls disposltlon
, the- new adminlstration one of prlme
Inncrtance. WhUe newspaper reports had
lt that Mr Prynn had decllned the port
follp of Secretary of Rate, there l.-n't
a ptnOO wno knowa Governor Wilson well
who beiieves that the place was B-ter-d,
to him. or tliat Mr. Wilson had offcn-d a
place to any one. for that matter
It may be that the wlah was father to
the thought, however. and that Mr. Bryan
would like to decllne the most important
piace in the new Presldenfs Cabinet. not
alone beeause of tbe politicul slgnltican* fl
that would attach to lt. but also be
it ls a rather dangerous post for a pro
apectlve I'r.-sldintial candidate of four
years from now. lt is one of those posta
arheta the least slip ls likely to put one
out of the runnlng, and Mr. Bryan ls not
the kind of man who is golng b- t;,kc
So Mr. Pryan's Matus in lha aeW
administration will be intensely Intereat
__, BBd there fcS't BUCb doubt but that
Mr. Wilson will turn it over in his mind
a good many tlmes before ha laavel
Bermuda Ho far as Mr. Wtl.on ls con
cerned. he has not yet .told his atti.ude
on the slngle term. unless that part of his
spesch of ac-eptance m whlcb '
that a platform was not a programme
can be taken as a veiled admission that
he is not in favor of one four-yeur term
for Prealdenl Anyhow, he baaa l sa??.
anvthlng publicly about it. and untll BB
does there will be the teeling that Ba
ir.tends U? look for renomination -OUI
years from now.
Mr. Wilson's close friends will not < !s
. a ti,- smgie tarm n_f la iin>' *?* ? "
the least intlmatlon of what Mr. WlaBO
views ara, for. |hey aay. tbe -^?DH
elect is competent to ans*er for I
eelf, and when the proper time B_Tlves
will do .0 without much wmttaue*
BULL MOOSE CLUB FORMINGj
National Body Copies Plan ofj
Union League Club.
Steps were taken at a nic.?t_B_ B< th?
IfanhatUa Hetel yeBterday afteraooii w
form a aodal club among th? membeT oi
the Pr-gxeaalvfl party. II * "" !" ?
tlonal crganl-atlon. but whether there
wu be only one club hen or lha Nea
Vork organlaatlon arlll be the central or
ganl-atlafl and braacbea wtll be formed
tn other large flUes. throughout tlw ?? tfl
tfl ba? OM beer. rtvt. rmimd. This and
other question- will be worked oui by a
__j-SB-tta_ of Bfteea, of whlcb Tlmatby
L, Weedraff, of Brooklyn. I
The call for the |.Un| WSJ sent out
? joseph m. Dixon, chairman
of the I'rogr.sMv. National Committee:
Wllliam H. Hotchklaa, chalrman
New vork Btate committee; Mr. u.I<
? irman of tba Kiaga Countj com
mittee; Fiancia W Blrd, chalrman of tba
New v'oik County committee; George W.
Perkins. Hainbrldge Colby Oacar S.
_ira.it-. Wiillam A Prendergasl and John
w ljruce. All of them were pr. sent yes?
terday except Controllet Prendergast and
Senator Hixon, both of whom were out of
There were about BO men preaent at,
Un BiBBllhaJ] over which Ifr. Blrd pre-j
.ided Many of them w.re membera of
the state committee from upatatl
After oonslderabi. dbflcussioii it waa
clear thnt the general obJ< U lo form al
club that tfl B Way would ba tO the I'ro
gressive patty what the Cnlon La II
throughout the country are to tba
RepubUean party, was fayored by aii
Among the membera of tha OOmmlttefl
appointed to work out the detalls are |
Hamllton Plah, si . Prederick M Daven*
port, of Oneida: chaunct-y .1. Hamlin. ofl
Brle; iu>ratio C. King, of Klngs; LeaUel
I_ Passa, of Chautauqua; Hugh AbbOtt,
of I..-wls; l.ucien Honiieur, of Nassau;
WJJIiam Wlrt Mills. of Pichmond: Krank
i. F_rg-_on, of Queena and Mr Blrd
and former AsBemblyman ?). J. Fltsgerald
and Meauwa Morris, of New Tork. Mr.
Fitzgcraid is secretary oi the committee.
PLANS FOR PARCELS POST
Holiday Rush To Be Basis of
The rush of malt piao. tie tha Chiist
raaa boUdaj_i is to be the aeoaalon of a
BOlt Of "dt.s.s i.-beaisal" of the pr.-pura
tlona made by the Postoftice Hcpar tment
for the handllng of thfl parcebl post on
January 1, according to unnounc-m. nts
made yesterday by I'ostinaster '.
Tentatlve estlmates of the business that
will be thrown to the department wlth
IhS establi.-hment of a fl____|_ post have
madfl || ohvlous, Mr. Hitchcock said,
that a conslderable lacreaaa in thi
forea wfll t.- Deeasaary. alea are bi-ing
selected to nll the new Jobs and the force
Wfll ba r.ady when the rush of Chrlstmas
mall ,-ets ln. Contracts baVB been made
for automobil. and horse trucks for the
bandiiriK of the parcels bualneaa,
The wholi additional machineiy will be
tried' with the aid of the holiday mail.
Mr. Hitchcock said. The volume of busl?
ness dUrlng thof-e da>s lrt i.ppioxImatelV
about what the average will be when the
paroalfl post !s added.
Mr. Hitchcock oonferred yesterday wlth
the oommleelofl arhleb 4\as sppolntad m
October tO make an lnvestlgatlon of the
best typaa of tubea for the rapid trans
BjB___oa of mall from the Grand Central
Termlnal to the Pennsylvanla Station. He
aald a tube system cunecting those two
lmi>ortant mall branches was absolutely
/i-.-usaiy aud that tb. Ue.__iu..ut mtt
contempiatlng _ most efTlrlent aervice
there No tube connectlon eaistfl at pres?
ent between the two statlons
"Man Thinking Progressives
Can Win City Election Lacks
REPLIES TO HOTCHKISS
Third Party Leaders May Hear
T. R. To-day Behind Closed
Committee Will Meet.
"Any man who thlriks that Ihe ePTOfree
.Ive party .ould elect dty ofllcers nom
inated upon a straight licket ls elther
la.klng In polltlcal knowlclirf* arul expe-rl
ence or helongs to the- ranks of UU nien
This was the- rcply -rstcidav Of Con
trolle-r PrendergMl to ? stnteriient Of
Chetnaan Hotchkloa <,f the Piogreealve
Stat<- c'oinmlltce. ln WhlCfc M tOit'.
'"While then* is I p|-ar. ntI f ? " -cntlm.-nt
whatever m th,- Progroaolve party look*
ing to a pooothlu faahm between Um Pto*
Rressivcs and elth'-r ,,f tle old partMM ln
the oleetkma of n_i nnd Iffll, thi- nntter
win nadoubtedty bave eooaddeiaUbo."
The- r-fere-nce of the state i-huir'ii-iu
was ti, thlaaa that ara t? i-.- dl ? -? I to
day at the conference betweea ttMmbara
e.f the state eoiiiiiilt!, , ami tlie varlous
county chalnnea. Colonel Rooeevell nnd
Oscar L. straus who was th>- perty*acan*
iiuiate f,,i doveraor, elM telk le tha ne*
Tha gntlMrtag ?JD ba ao larc,- that it
en fouriei nacaeaary lo have lha
mee'itijr; at the; Hollan,! Il'mse. lt Is
probabla that tha meetlng when th,*
colonel apgaka *a II not ba an open
Oialrman llotchki ?., Boi pl
In whleh aome of th. i
re marks ol the re>i,>i,et ;,; i., ii- | meel
lnR e.f the* state oi nani/atiem were- i, -
peated ln the n,\
wlll ba precede.i by ., meetlng ,-i tha
stat.- executive- commlttee
Chairman Hotchkiis Silent
lutely rc&uoed te dla uai tha atateme nt
of Controller PveoAergaal In whlch
, i. n< a waq mada te, "mentally d< f< ? ? ?
II,- i-aiel he had BJOl tt ld it. I nt BCknowl
? ?!. ? ,1 thal aOBM .,:.-? I I I l"'-l i:,m ;,i
Xor would Chairman Hotchklaa dlacuaa
hls attituii.- on ftisi,,ii on tha New Tork
i'itv mnnlelpal tlcket m tl fall. it is un
deretood that ba hoUa ti,.it tM Progree*
\ a part] oould not well loln ha
th.* Republle nn organlxal
denoundag it f<,i ' fi nudule nl pra l
ln the electlon <,f deteajetea to the Repub*
llean National COaVOBtlon lat M ?
thinks that th< ]'r<,K. ? ghl t-- go
ah.-ad and bomtnate 1 | i ? i tlcket,
and then let the Rcpuhii ans Ind ?
if they wiii.
in i.-ply to the atatemenl ?
str.uis that ln nppolntlng tha leglalatlve
commlttee of tha st.u, orgkaliatton b<
ha i nol paid any at;. nti,?n t-> .li.-ti I, t llnea,
aluiiii-" ruther to k<1 m, n Whe '?
mlliar wlth the- doetrin. s as UUlllMd ln
ti,-- |,iatf?,i ni nnd oould ,i ?'? ip
bl t-, cgrry ent auch plank -?. Controller
i rendergael aald he <ii'i eol think Mr.
Straus was reeponelble for tha aele-'tlnn
ot tha commlttee ,>i nlne
? what i ,,i, ? i ? t. , |a tha
fae-t that wh, n t:,i- rnoat lmportant com*
rnltf.-e was appointed ,,i,lin.iry polltlcal
wisdom end deoenc] w< ra ?
in reootfnhdag oaa "f tr<. meat lmportant
comtnunitles in thi- state.-."
ln hls statement, ahlcb came fn.ni his
country hom, at LakevUte, Conn., lha
Controller went on t'> eapreea bla bellef
in fusion on a municipal tlcket, mocb M
he has already been ?i,i?jt*-?t in TM Trlb*
i;-.. i v one ought t,. know,"
?that the moot linpc.i tant electlon t,. l>,
held ne-.xt year ll tha riectten e.f <lty
otlle-ets for tbi -' Ctt) Of NOH -Ork,
I .lu : ,,t know what w.iriant Ol autheuity
the state chairman of IM i'r,-,
party has f,t aaaerttng that then erlll not
bt* fusion <>r that tbere la little IlkoHhooo'
"lf h*- 1k [iiakinn hi: -ta'. n.- Bl on the
authority of tboM "??*?*) blgta m ti"- Pro*
Kn.-sf-ive party, the-' mlght M WOM i.i,,|,|
stand now that llle-h a poltcy wi.ul.l OOl
only be suicieiai i'.r tM Progreealva party,
but would he- VM< |? ,1 from a CtVU polnl
of elew. Than ia m wajr la arbleb ;> tlck*
,-t emi ba mail,- t,, ii'tiat Taroiaeny Hall
hut by fflMlBf the aleBMBU OPPOOOd to
that eigniilaallim "
Th.- CoatreBe r baUeva thal tbere should
be an absolute- "ghOW down" em th>
propo.sition te day. Thal i? hardlf prob*
able, however, as th, OOafereaea has hee-u
called priniarlly to floCOM *-' ita and not
"if the Progreaetve eoaferoaee te moi
rew," aald the CootroUer, "shoulel decide.
on a utralght tle k, t policy ln th,- city e.f
N'.-w York ne-xt y.-ar tlu- lltJlltegratlon
of the Pregieo?ra party in thla dty wiii
Every one contemplating the purcha.se of a piano or player
piano should see these instruments?the latest development
in an ihdustty already in the midst of great changes
A 1913 Sensation
FUn-cd in their con
struciion so they can
be changed into
Player Piaoos at any
PRICES $245 to $500
On Vicoj and for _-_.. _. Exhibttion Rooms
THE BACON PIANO COMPANY
505 FIFTH AVE. (near 42d St.)
CATALOGUE on request
bsglB with th.- atmounctment of that pol?
Party Has Always Returned to
Power, Says Club Address.
The u. pabNcaa Clah, al it" ***___*
BtBetbta last night, aAavtai an aAAraat,
which, aftei reetttng the happenin.* of
tha raeaat alecttoa and caillng attention
lo tbe fact that after the only three tlmes
that fh. RepubUean party had beea de?
feat. d in national elections in the last
!ifty-n\o v.-ars. it had b.en trtumphantly
r. turned to pOWer, ended as follows:
The K.publtcan l.ub <>f the &&*
n.w Y..,k calls upon Bepubllcana eyery
srhere to face lhe future with courage.
undaunted and eonftdence _*$??*?
lt appealfl to Republican clubs tbrougn
out fi ?? oountry to af on-.- b_tt_ to pro
,,,,, .? - , next conteal with the >em -
cratli party. It urges them to tnte II
?-.nt discussion. and, without comprom s?
rlnclples, to dlssemtnate the policies
,,t Republlcanism throughout tbe nation,
ln the I- llef that bj so appeallng to tne
m,|?i- lu.Inn.nt of lhe Amerhan people,
the party. which through half a century
,.f srise admlnlstratlofl haa advanceo tne
prospi iit of thfl nation to a degree never
before attalned by any other country.
will b. H_aln r-BtOred to the _uidar.ee or
th. 4\. Ifare and prosperity of the Ameri
sn i ? o
ln tb.- preamble the srise and cmHent
'.-a.!. rahlp of President Taft and lha dig
BiOi,! ua-. in arbli h he has BCoepted de
? \ re pralaed. The bellef was ex
J.I.-..S..I tb.it tl.. Republlcaa pnrty would
codtlnui t.. uphohl the Mbartlaa of tba
p .pi, rouchsafi d In the constitution.
-ri,. , v. nlnj ara oi i aad bv a paper by
r?r i.. i. s. sman. prealdenl of lha Chlna
So. b iv. on th.- Mrth of the Cbhv i'
. io Um papt r, 'be
, I,.), ,,.,; i resol - _o__rra__lat_ag rne
|H .,1 tb- lr eli
obtaln foi 11 '? i'" " ntatlee
i, snd ri flpectfallj re
? ; -it .,t the ualted
i, prarogatt.* nn?i
l;. public at iba
?:. dati. and thtta l< I I
t . j. ibli- of tbe
? |qto ti i I imllj of aaUoi
O'GORMAN OUTLINES WORK
Favors General Legislative Pro
gTamme for Extra Session.
Waalltnaton, Hat \*> \ KBheraJ laglB
iiiive programmi foi th? apceial
,,: c ?? bi <?;!(..i | > Prealdent'
n neal fprlag arai adyoeal d
to-nlghl b oi;,irni;iii, of N'ew
one i I: ???? rnoi fVflaon- eblef
I ? itar de. |_i d
that be could B-4 no objeetloa lo tabing
? : mattei n ? ? ? leg?
islatlon snd amendnM antl >_rai ?
ia? e |a< id. ntal t" ths revlsloo od lha
? whi.h I-.iii !? . buahiaaa
tor < i*< loi i
\\ ithoul harlni Bferred 44 Rfa anv of
? i ...r ..' ravlslng
ii.._- \ i if s. ntlmenl ln Congi l
%i ? ersl bill l shall not ln
1 !.. ... .. thal n i ould
? lefl itl v. plans
now I ln redeemlng the
? ? ? ,.[... t -. . ti,, .i ii-ini
portanl i Bul -^iii all of
tb.it hava el
ready b.n mad.. thal - ibjecl ahould not
- mounl of time i * a
.fi lo taki..,^- up SU< b -i
?? propi rly pre| I
und. tloi snd ttu rs la a de?
marx 11 nts to thi ihai ma n
- te im',
WILSON UNITES FACULTY
Old Opposition to Him at Prince
ton Now Buried.
i ? i . \o. :? xh< tm ttlty
I of whotn op
d Mr Wilson so ?trenuouslf wbi \ b
lenl Ol tbe unlverslty, are now
unlted ln pralss of their
lt oi '
Dej \i the M-sreekry
BteeUna or the fai iltj to-day Prealdenl
John "iiier Hlbbei) appolBted fl OOflBntlt*
t.-.- to le resoluttosi con
gratulatlng Mr tVllaon on bla election
ition \4iu be prepared before
the neal bh aill I icolty and then
Bcted ui oa. if lad it _m b
Tl ? i ommtttee bj polnti d bj Pr< flldeal
Hlbbi n conslsta of P tb aaader
T, Ormond, chahrmaa; Profssaor Oeorga
I .irp- r Sttd !>' Bfl W. bfl I '??<?>?. tbe
latt.: lhe m aris appoiotad i.'-ad of
I ooi oi i lei
ti ? ta, ttlty haa g-vaa per___alea la Ihe
etudents "f the eolleasj to arrangs Par
t to thfl Presldent-elect as SOOI1 as
tie returna from hb raeat-on ln Benaada.
dtnaef \siii tak.- ptace la ths gym
aasium ooanected arltb tha oollega al
,|at- |0 be d' . Idl d later.
REFUSES TO HUSH UP CASE
Magistrate Holds Man Charged
with Stahbing Judson.
Frederlch B. Judson, nrhe araa alabbed
i \-.. k age 'ii tha apartmaata af Mrs.
\_t. Deneker, al No. j ITaal Mith atreet,
sppaared la tha Waal sid>- _aa_i yaatar*
daj aad II roof_ bta -tfryaPi _______
Doama, enflsa.-fod t" hava the complaint
ac.inst <<tto Denekei dropped. Magla
trate Murphy arouM nol permII this.
He said tha aflMaetl deelared b crime
bad beea eommttted aad thal thajMapb
would appeai as comphiliiatits. After
sral attempta ta haaa the case _!_?
i .i o msel for Deaeker aralrad ex?
amlnatlon BBd BtaglBtra-fl Murphy fixed
i.aii ai IMM '"? lha appaaraaca of _ba
defendant in tha Ooort of Qko-aral laa>
Denckar*! lawyer asked that his client
ba iauretfld until ball eogli be obtah-ed,
bul Hh- maglstrate rafUSed and cotn
inlited lilin. Mrs. Deneker was ln court
wlth her maid. They were SSCVed witU
BUbO?maa to appear before the graad
IDAHO IN WILSON'S COLUMN.
nolse. idaho, Nor. II Woodrosi wilson
carried Idaho in the it-cent election by
UN votes. With one small county in
loinpl.te and all Other olflolal. the Vote
on President stands: wilson, 34,oio, Taft.
tXJtiA; Roosereit, _>.5io.
On An Outing
' AU camp cooking Is made
appetizing anddigestible wtth
LEA & PERRINS
THI ORiaiNAL WOUCIITMIHIM
i i-h. Gine, st. w??. Steaks,and
? 11 utitin_ di-!ie.? nnproved by ita u_e.
Jomv IhnMBsari laaa, Bgaaaa, s.v
Spends Few Minutes Here on
Way Back from New Haven.
ACCIDENT CAUSES DELAY
Railroad Laborer Killed by
President's Train When He
Is Caught on Trestle.
President Taft, accompanled by his aid,
Major Rhoaries, nnd hls secretary. Carml
A. Thompson. arrlved ln New York from
N'.-w Haven on the Boston express of the
New Vork, New Haven & Hartford Rail?
road short ly afte-r 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Surrounded by Secret Strvle-c
men who awalte-d hlm upon tho platform.
the President and hls party were hurrk-d
through tiie train shed te> a frelght ele
vat.ir, whlch conv.-ye-d them to the bag
gfl_fi room at the cith Street entrance to
When the President lefl New York,
shortly after 10 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, to atte.nd a meetlng of the Yale Cor?
poration at New Haven. he went to the
train ln practieally th- same- manner. A
eurloua throat thal had coiiected outstde
tlM gi-tes Of the train shed te* see tha
PreeMeal arrlve yeeterday elleiiaoog waa
dl.-eappolnted. He; .-nt.-ied n flrntUng auto
moi.ii. an-i aae driven dlraetly t>. tha
I'e-iinsylvania Rallro.iei statloti, where ba
boarded a train tor Waahington.
The train on which the PiesKMrt trav*
ell.-.i from e"onn.ctlcut was n-*.iriy twenty
mlaotea lau reachtag th- Orand CJeatrel
tenhlaal, owing te en ncciilenl that o
iurre.1 MM BrldgepOft Whil- OfOMlng a
tp-Mlr ov.-r a . r.-ek MM I'.it-klrt.s Of
the- town an uiildeiitUii-d labore.-r. cin
ployed by the railroad, bedhaae bemmed
ln by tralns SOariBg ln elther dlr--ctlon.
Be areeeei to tha other track as ba iw
th. PreeMeafa train approachlng. but as
a treil fiom the OppOatta dlrectlon bore
down upon hlm he etepped ba'*k to the
Boathbouad track aad ?*.* atrvek by the
ik- m toeeed from tha Uestls lato foor
f?*et of water below, nad when be wm
: after tha train had come to a
aaddea hall ou the oppeette tttt ot the
creeh M waa fooad to be badly manglad
He dle,! -ooo after beang p* ked np.
Newa of th-- acddent was wlthheld from
ti., Preotdeat, and ba reataiaad Igaoeaat
as to tha oumm ol th< di lay thal iaee
hlm n acent mergle of tlma to ooaneci
wlth tl,e Waahington train.
v ? ? i ,? ,'h- aaeake espraea, to
whi. h ? prtvnta eai lag tha Pieel*
denl anei bla party, wm attached, lefl the
Pennaylvaata atatloe. Flvn ndaataa be
f..r. th, tiain wa. achadulod to depart
joi-.n wan.iiii.ik, i borrted down the- plnt*
form nad . nt. i,-,i tM Preatdaafa car, tha
olympic He had I l IBM ? I ** I BOld, al
th- lnvltatlon "f tha Preeldeat, and ln
t.,n.|..| t,, lide <,:.!> as t.u ., ? I'hll.id.-Iphla.
CMrlea D. Hlllee, ehalrman of lha Re
.-, .\aii,,i.a! Commlttee, alao mel
th>- Prcetdenl m Mew fork aad mada the
trlp t,? n/aehlBftaa wlth blm, Mr. hiii.-s
wlll r. .iunie- his poet as aet retary to tha
i :t when Carffll Thompboa, who ??*
aagaged m thnt capflidty nl present, be
coroea 1 af Um ' Iti I states to
i,-piac- Lec MoCluBg. who receatly tea*
.-.. red hls ra dgaatloa.
i n> r ilagrapb M TM Ti Ibaaa l
Kew Haven, Nov. II i-'-u the tiist tlma
in elght months President Taft to-da>
atteaded a meetlng of tha Fale Corpora
tion. Cfemlag bsre wltk Otte tyannard
itti.i Clarance I Kaleey, ol New Tork
,'lty. f.-liow members of the trust.*,- he.ar.l
of tha ealveralty, ba remalaed aaaetly
fe.ur hours, e atehli.K th- I e>\ lo-k aipioaa
f,,i New V?,rk.
Bverywherc the Preeldi nl was greeted
with ele-m.in.-itratl.ins e.f .-uthusUmii, but
h>- .11,1 not aeknowledga the groetlngs by
BiaOhilH durlng hls stay. Hls ,|:.,ra -
iiiii.- iight. d up the cluetera thal
latbered nroaad aua wherover ba re?
maln. d waltlng for g BMNMBt H.- WM
greeted al the Unlon i>?'i">t by Colonel
_aM M. I'linan. head of the Republican
organlaatlon of this pan <>f Um state,
a:.,| hy PTOfeOSOT H.-nry I BBMTy, of
Va:. ehalnaaa of tha receat Natloaal
At UM Iiiion Dt-pot (iov.-'ii,,! Baldwln
oadeavored to pay bla reepecta to ihd
Preeldeat, bat was beld ,-a<*k b>- tho
erowd aad laally etepped nboard a truin
rtaaadent Taft was accompanled on hls
last vlalt here by "Anhie" Hutt, who
weat down with the Tttaate. htajor nmt
h.i,i beea alth tiie Preaadaat oa eeerj
previouf rkdt ttsm hls laauguretlea tiu
MAYOR MUST ANSWER SUIT
Court Refuses to Grant 40-Day
Extension in Ourran Libel Case.
Mayof Oaynor faileel ln hls cffort y.-s
tarday lo ohtala an extension of forty
days in whlch to tlie hls answ.-r to the
lihel sult bteiught against him by Alder
man H 11. e'urraii, .halniian of the al?
dermanic omnilttee* that is iBVOOtlgattBg
poUOl cemditiona. v'urran ls sulng the
Mayor for |li"J,t"iO elamaj-.-s
Counsel for Ald.rman e'urran told Jus?
tice MoChll that be would coaeeat to s
delay <>f itv.- days hut no unue. n?- aald
that he- had already given tha Mayor an
a.hlltle.nal forty days to the twenty which
the law givis a defeadaat to saewer a
BupreaM Coort aatfcm, r-'oi- Mayor Oay?
nor, his lawye-r 0-Plalaed that his hon.r
bad i.e.-i/so busy eatartalnlag th.* oAoera
ot tlu- Aiiieili-an warshlps, who were
here a few we.-ks uitn, an.l was so e-n
grosoed la many other otitciai raattots
that ln- had ntit had a chance to talk wlth
hls clle-nt about hls answer. Justlce- M,?
e'uli re-se-iv.-d de-clalon, but sald that an
i-Mte-nslon of forty elays was altogethe-r
too long. lu th" Ubel sutt wine-h Oeneral
Theodore A. HlnKham, forme-r Police
roBlllllSSlOliai. broiiRht against Mayor
Oayaor tM latter also deiuye-ei riiinK hla
answe-r! The ease- wa.s llna Hy cornpro
mlsed by the Mayor apologlzln* to (len
aral Blngham t,,i hls reaiarkB about hlm.
COLONELS PLURALITY 19,430
Minnesota's Orricial Figures Also
Show Big Socialist Gain.
St. Paul. Nov. 18.-Theodore Roosevelt
carried Minnesota by 19,430, aecordltiK
to e-omplete returns tahulated by Jullus
A. Hchmahl. *3r>e-rctary of State. The vote
as oftlclally e-omplled is RoOMVOlt, Pro
graeOlVe, 1 2r.,S56; WllHon. iJemocrat, 106,
426; Taft, Hepubllcan. 64,334; Debs. Puh
llc Ownershlp. 27,505, und Chafln, Pro
A surprlse ls the increase of nearly
14.000 Hoclallst votea, aa compared wlth
four years agu
President-Elect Receives Glad
Welcome in Hamilton.
TAKES A PRIVATE COTTAGE
Finds House Lacks One Bed,
and He Rows Alone Across
the Bay to Get It
Hamllton, Bermuda, Nov. IS -Presldent
tilcct Wilson and his famlly arrlved it
Hamllton to-day on the steamer Bcr
Alderman Black, reprcscntinK the city
of Hamllton. went out on a prlvate
steamer. ard Inviti-d Mr. Wilson and his
party to accompany him to Hamllton,
where an addreas of welcome was to be
BieBBII.Bd Owlns to tho larRo number
of women In th* party Mr. WHson de
cllii'd the laS-U-t-OB and remaln. d at
tba Detuiudlan untfl she reaehed her
Tha Amerlaaa *_____! to the lalaM aad
otbera paeted Mr. PFHaoa arltb lufljetaa.
uheaia as ha rtaad aa lha apper deck.
boarb-i aaa aalutlag tha pywd _*tta
the sf.-amir was belng berthed.
The EVestdent-eteet and his party labded
nt noon. Mr WISon araa
th.- city offielals and was eatbU
cbeered ta be paaaed througb tb. ?
?. w from public and privat- build
Tb. May.-r of Hamilton in his w.-lcom
iu_. addn bb .'.'bi
? inl.^./stat.s ,nd.;,;at Krita.rulU
i? maintained unlmpalred. snd th? '?
stronB bonda of the anle_ ?"' "
in his n rpofl -?? Mr. .FBdea
I kti-w i bad "*?
relation- of lhe t-" eoaati I
Mr. WHSOa then exprBBBBd hl.< wisb to
be Hilowed to remaln Incognito.
1 he p| -:d. : i ' f_ ,,f th"
,.,..,noon gattlag his famlly -_t__
cottaga, a/b-cb Im baa reatad,
or-rlooldng the oaaaau He dlaooreired
thal ba was ahort one bed. and IQW* d
across the hay alone to obtaln it.
;? ir weather prevalled during thfl eoy
.,_.. from N-w Vork. and OoTemor Wil?
son thoroughly enjeyed hli <i'ys and
plgbta at sea After a lon*, nap in his
r,,.,in -eBterday afteitiooa be epent maat
?r tha evenlni with his friends tattt-i
Mrs. Wilson fell the -train of the cam?
paign and spent most of h-r tinir- in bat
.,..,. ,,,o?, She said she was not s.-ashk,
but waa tlred
Huratholme, tha arlnter reab*
Mrs Borden Harrlmaa, was offered to
M, wiisor, during his fltay here. out he
l.ad already engaged a cottage.
KUNITZER CASE STILL ON
Medical Society Opposes Motion
to Drop Suit.
The battle between the Now York
County Medical Boclety anl Dr Kohert
Kunltser, wblch has been a_in_ since
December IT, 1P1*>. when he was ex
pelled by the society on ? liftrges of fal
slfyinK the ic.oids of S\d.nham Hos
pl-al. is still on. BBd tbera are piospect.
The above quotatlon from the dally
papers means that in most cases the
lender must buy in the property.
It may be necessary to (oreclosc the
best of mortgages and foreclosure
suits cause annoyance and an intcr
ruption of Income, even lf you do not
lose your prlnclpal.
A holder of a guaranteed mori^age
will never have to become the unwiu.
Ing owner of real estate that is one
of the thlngs he ls Insured agalnst.
You can prt out, st anv tlme. any
amount from $200 up with the protec?
tlon of our guarantee and get .v?, uet
1V0 .nvestor has ever lost ? aolinr
Capital 5 Surplus . 94:1,4-00,000
. i-Bwar, N T 1 71 B-rn_m _i? -_h
__0 rulton 81 _ Jamaca.
of milts BBd COUnt<
Vsndl.er, Mtornsj foi
ctety. Bppflsaad a n ,.
I1.1111 s. Ollbai f. i""i ?
/er. io dis, oatlaus 11 ?
Dr. Kunlt/er iti May
pei a raaonnl ol tbe voti
blr. Q-ltberl aald Ibe 1
tinue wt.s nia'b- ll t\
Mr \'..cdi-. ? ?
nol OJttltfl co r.. ii, wl
if> his -
Mr, Qllberl :i.?
,,( It I- .
_uilt ln \ ie\i <it the 1
he has :
WE HAVE TOO MUCH GOLO
Professor Fisher Says Its Infla
tion Boosts Prices.
?I t y. 11
tba rooma ad the Ki s
nianiv to the b-flaUon of thi ? ?t
gold aad tbe inflation
_, araa full
conseQueneas ? nfl&Uon ol ? |
made for the red 1
before i longl
the retlreuu ol od -
renoy 44Itb >ih<r. _u
1 beUevfl thi l
pul Uc undei
Just as dlsa - ?
The busini - - w.ji| l
ti -?. l- somi ? ?
. itli. r .111 > < tion of I
liioii-tai y iinit.
The truth ls that monetai
and roonetary expanslon ? ???
Tne lesson .,:
suffeC frorn sold
from natural cau es Just ae
"a dolbu ia 1 doll 1
Tb.- wi l_ht of tbe gold do ; ir.?
:iv ,1. bul if- value or purcl
doei not To bi
si/c of the 1 old dolh-r .... it
to the purchaslng pOarer '?' ?
ahsurd a 1 II s oui 1 be to al
fully as tO tbe e|
tainlfiK breakfast cereal, bul l 1
,,,,?: ,. of how much ceri tl ij
Martln H. Brady. pre ' '
ciation. reafarai .1. and H>n
?? ? . IflCted tn s'.ic. e, r\ him.
with new service to
ii Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis
Effective November 24th
I 20th Century Limited
Change in Time
Will Leave New York . 2.45 p.m.
(Now lravei 4.00 p.m.)
Arrive Chicago . 9.45 a.m.
Will Leave Chicago . . 12.40 p.m.
Arrive New York . 9.40 a.m.
Will Leave New York . 4.00 p.m.
? Arrive Cincinnati . 10.50 a.m.
Arrive Indianapolis 10.50 a.m.
Ar. St. Loui* . . 5.00 p.m.
A New Train
Will Leave New York . 2.00 p.m.
Arrive Cincinnati . 10.50 a.m.
Arrive Indianapolis 10.50 a.m.
Arrive St. Louis . 5.00 p.m.
Arrive Chicago . 5.00 p.m.
The Cleveland Limited
Will Leave New York . 6.30 p.m.
Arrive Cleveland . 7.30 a.m.
"Water Level Route"? You Can Sleep
Railroad and Pullman
tlcket* delivered by
without extra charge.
Por furthe-r Informa
tion. address General
Agent, 1216 Broadway,
New York Thono
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