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PORT ARTHURTO SURRENDERy
y nironr THAT OKV STOFSSIWILL
WILL CAlJTVLATE TODAYToklo
r
Toklo Aliu lle rt That the COllllnantJrr II
of the aarrteonllai Aikcd forArmldtlee anArmlltlrenuttlanl
I Armldtlee nutilani Say Thry Frar
I I Maiiirre Ir Jap nne Should nlnI I
I
Spttitl Catile Dtieattlin lo Tint SuxBERLIN
f BERLIN Nov loThe Inkal AIItlllr I
1 prints a Toklo despatch saying that GNogl <
r Nogl commanding the troops before portrtbur
Arthur U fully empowered to nrgotiawith
with Gen Stoewel the Russian commandfor
for the surrender of Port Arthur Thecaritulatlon
capitulation of the fortress is expectedoccur tooccur
occur tomorrowJapan
Japan is inclined to offer acoeptabconditions
conditions Gen Nogl haa been notlflithat
that hs will be held pereonally responsltfor
for any exctMes by his troopsTOKIO
TOKIO Nov 10It is reported that OenStOeMel
Stoonsel the General In command at PortArthur
Arthur has asked for an armistice butfor
for whit purpose Is not saidTh
Thfl Japanese are angered at the allegedI
Ab use of their wounded by the RuselarThe
The Russians believe that they willmurdered bemurdered
I murdered If captured Hence they fearmuaacre
a massacre after the final assault uponPort
Port ArthurAn
I An official report states that the northeiareenal
I areenal at Port Arthur was bombarded byE
E heavy guns on Nov 8 and set on fire Themasazine
magazine of the old battery on Sungshushiwas
was exploded by Japanese shells on thei
i lame dayCHXFOO
CHXFOO Nov 10 Fierce assaults uponthe
the Itszeshan forts are said to have boonf
f irepulsed A Japanese shell on Sundademolished
i demolished ft land mine killing 600 Russian
1 LONDON Nov 11 A correspondent off
the Ttltyraph dating hIs mwaago TientsiiwyslhSt
wyslhSt whll ho wa ravelling to thatport
l 7 port from Chefoo on Wednesday his steamiWMroytrbtolod
WMroytrbtolod by lh8 Japanese cruiserChlrOda
Chiyoda which fired two shots to compelItbe
the steamer to heave to and then detainedhfclrITh
hfclrITh ItId1h J 11 es t Ion I n g t hoeon
on bOa do herThere
l There wero thru cruisers west of PorArthur
Arthur and some gunboat and torpedboat
boat close to land The Japanese artlcipat
tlcl ate another naval battle at any houiand
and are quite prepared for It Their wainhips
i nhips are circling around closely watchlnfor
for other vessels Any ship passing withintbe
J the twenty mile limit fixed by the blockadewill
will be ftred onAlthough
Although the Russians hare protecteth
I
th < decks and hull of their warships atPort
Port Arthur with sandbags and other dtvices
vices it is asserted that the Japanese firecompolll
compels them continually to shift thelipositions
positions They are therefore about tomako
make another wilyLONDON
LONDON Nor HIt Is Impossible to iM
M what probability Is to bo attacheto
to the rumor of the ending of the ghastlstruggle Iatrugcle
struggle at Port Arthur The latiwt reor
r ports represent that not only is the landtlahUnK
righting continuing there but it is hinted
1 from more than one source that the imprUanei
r prUanei warships are about to maknflottmr
Ia
1 nflottmr sortieRefugee
Refugee who arrived at Chpfoo in junkThursday
Thursday say that the explosion of the I
I
1 m g rina Sungshushan killed eighty oft
t tha defenders The Japancoe continue tof
f Dxcavat Winter quarters In the hillsidesThe
The Chefoo correspondent of the Telegraph
graph says that the military authoritle
1 inftlst that two empty junks be constantleapt
leapt at LlaotUhan ready for emenienioM Iand
and it is only when there are more than two
there that Chinese refugees are allowedtoleave I
f
toleave Port ArthurThey
They reach Chefoo in a wretched stateThe
The soldiers take their shoes and coatTheir
1 Their emaciation shows their sufferingfrom
from starvation The correspondent nayiit
it U a mistake to suppose that these Chlneqwilfully I
wilfully He about the position at Port Arthur
thurThe
The fact Is that their move men t in thifortr
fortr M were greatly restricted and thiscombined
combined with their ignorance resultin
in their giving exaggerated accounts orJ
genuine Incidents of which they were unwilling
J I willing spectators The horrors they haviundergone
undergone have in some canes bewllderecthem
them preventing them from telling coherent
herent storiesKLECTIOX
KLECTIOX WORRIES RISSIAHeped
Heped for a Rebnke of Secretary 111orlp
Foreign PolicyAficttl
Aficttl Cttlt oitpoirA 10 Tai SUN
S PBTSMBtnia NOT 10The extent ort
the popular Indorsement President ROOMr
r lt h received U a matter of seriouiconcern
concern toy with Government offioeraTbay
A Tbay bow in conversations o th subjectbtt
I tbtt they bd hoped for at least a narrowem
J m jority T they hold would haviuwUoatod
7 uwUoatod that many Americans preferreithat
that the State Department should relax It
attitude ai regards Arc commerctainteresU
interesU I China including ManchuriaAD
AD ofljoer of the Foreign Offlco hi recalled
called the fact that Secretary of State Hayafter
after he had signed the commercial treatybetween
between China and tt Unlt > jd Stat
which he did after the outbreak of the warappointed
appointed Consuls t Mukden Newchwaniaid
aid AotungThey
They hare not entered upon the performAM
AM ot their duties owing t the militaryituaUon
ituaUon but In vie of the Americannations
non approral of Secretary Hayspolicy
policy it is thought he will not waitindefinitely
indefinitely bfor pressing the contentionthat
that Manchuria i a Integral part ot theGhineee
One empire t which America UntiUed
ntiUed t hare commercUl accessTh
Te le authoritr described SecretaryHaysattitude
Haysattitude in foreign affairs cinoe thebeginning
HI cteln form Bno
beginning of the war as crt and courteous
ous although Ilussia belleTcd It had rent
t to think that Japan rolled upon Americaiapproval
re upn mercsaproa
approval when aha woa precslng tho clalmiwhich
which led t the w
Goverameot circle in general regardRoosevelts
Roosevelts election with deep disappointmen
mN tub the edlterUl In the newspaper
paper express only a oolorlws regret atthe
r the growth of imperialism in AmericaGovernment
l Government influence are propagatingthe
the report that President Roosevelt is reallja
a Jew named Rosenfeld which expUlnahis
his action in pressing for the removal ofth
th obstacles that eslit In the way of Jewxtsttlng
xtsttlng RuwiaJAPAX
JAPAX XEEKS VRGEXCY O4VTB
TB > nk ao Anthettzetan Iwoe of 0
oop en Vnfsvonble Termiffcvctil
ffcvctil ctDi n p ra fc Tan Sr
Ixmnox Nor 11A despatch fromicicle
lAdeptth
icicle to the Vfanrforrf says the Mll adoIta
Ita <
i
ho signed an urgenoy ordinance hor
log the IMUO abroad ofn loan of l OO
Tho ttjrmfl excite considerable rurr
In financial circles where It vrna cn
dontly expected that more favorable condllol
dltiorifi than tho usurious rat of Intoltpaid
paid on the flrot lon would bo ocourcdIt IIt
It In foil with deep regret that the tmth I
about tho Japnnoao financial situationnot i
not known or la not appreciated abroad Ievn
even by Japans alliesIlaltlo
Ilallo
Ilaltlo Fleet tn Sada Haytiptttal
tiptttal CflWf Dtlpalcb to Tim SUNCAKKA
CANt Crete Nov 10lhe nUtllnulttehlp
and Kavarlfive
battleships BlMol Vellky av
five omlBorB eight torpedo bat deetroycand
and seven transports are now at Suda Bitaking
taking aboard coal and provisionsr iI
Cllr Itevlens 30000 TroopSpttlal
Spttlal Cabli Dupatth to Tni StJXLoxDbNi
LoxDbNi Nov 10The Car arrivedLovitch at ILltch
Lovitch Poland today reviewed 200
troops who are going to the war and pro I
ceeded to Suvalkl also in Poland on thoPru
Prussian frontierlonnt
lonnt sislnl Called on Secretary Hay butUdnt
Didnt See HimWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 10 Count Casslilussian
lussian Amlattsador called at the Statoepartment
> epartment today to see Secretary HayprRumbly
presumably in regard to the propoldappitment
ppolntment of Admiral Dowey as a menr
appitment International commliuilon forthe
the Investigation of the North 8ea affalIr
Ir Hay was engaged with I delegntloind
entaged
and Count Cnssini loft without navineen
8 the SecretarytOY
tOY MISSIXG SIXCE SEPT JFrank
rank ntcnardson of Borough Pak WtK
K arr to See tie WorldFrank
Frank Richardson 13 years old of 120
fortieth street Borough Park hal bnmlwng I
nlklng from his borne since Sept 22 Helert
eft for school on that date but did not ireach
each there Three days later the boefather Ibrker
father Frank H Richardson a shlppii
> rokerof 2i State street Manhattan not
led the poJlce and 1 description of themlsling
missing boy was sent broadcast over thecountr
xmntry
Arthur Greenbaum of Fort Hamiltoivenue
ivenue and Fortieth street 1 neighbcif
of the Rlchardsonn saw Frank on thear
iftornoon of Sept 22 on the steer AngUit
ar the fishing banks He asked the byhat
That he was doing there and the latteaid
eald that he was simply taking a day offFrank
Frank had bEn told recently that hewal
wal to be pent t a military academy inIndlla
ndlaiia A soon as he wa graduated fromPblo
blio School 11 which was expectoo
Pblo in February next He told his comf
panl that he S 1 no delr to to amltr
nl ha Io
nilltary academy but wantei to see theorld
vorld Ha told nis parents that he wouliike
ike nothing better than to so t Jopaind
ind thenco to the war In the Far EastYesterday
Yesterday Mr Richardson receivedelegram atelegrm
Hehrsn
elegram from a hotolkpoper at PrattsvllUV
< V Baying that 1 boy answering thedlrlpton
Mlnl tho mtsclng Ind hnd Itih verith
rith him overnight and had promUml teturn
ih hm following night Tho boy hadannolwro
nnounood his intention of travelling ovehe
the world and said that he was from Brookyn
In word lilchnrdsou telegraphed to hoihe
the boy if ho returned and hn would theno goon
on And et him A Ift hour laat nlhtno
no word had bEn received ns t the wherbouts
bouts of the missing boyLDGK
LDGK ItEttltlCK TO TAKE A RESTatlifled
atlifled That the Ticket Hrrrlvrd LoalKUPIlort
support In Albany and ElsewhereAUIANY
AUIANY Nov loJudge DCady Kernelraves
IVP4 for Havana tomorrow for 1 rettrom
rom Uie recent labors of the campaignVhen
he will renume tho practicT
When ho returns wi rme pretcof
of lawwith hUson Charles J Herrickudg
udg Herrick Mid toa that he wsMt
attafled that > the Democratic leader InGrutl
IreaterSour Yorkand Albany county hatliven
liven him their loyal supportI
I have Itt a letter hp wild to MrE
p E McCalw Albany Stntp osmmittRennn
nnn thanking him for hil frt In behalf
half of tho ticket ami axHuring him thatm 1am
alRurnp
am perfectIv satisfied Hint the ticket reeived IceiCI
eived a unitrcl and loyal support in thlaet
one
ity and county I haw pent similar leti
tel to Henator Patrick I McCarren ofKlnll
rings nnd Jjondcr Charln F Murphy ofTammnny
ammany Hall
It wos not to 0 expected that those loiilitiort
iilitiort old to unaffected by the sentlont
lont that seemed t prevail l over the
ountrv Tho vote given In Now Yorkatlonnl IInd
county lor the Demoratlonotlonl
atlonnl and State ticket was rclntivelgood
M good as that given olserwhereHARVARD
HARVARD MAX PRESIDEDt
At Emma Goldman Chicago AnarchlsMemorial
Memorial MrrllntEmma
Emma Goldman end about COO of herfollower
follower held a meeting In American Halland
7 and I Second avenue lat night to comemorate
memo rate tho execution of the the Anarlists
chilt after the Haymnrkct murders In I
ilcago Roundsman Gallagher and aqu
iuad of policemen frcm tho Fifth streeatlon I
polcmen
atlon were present and the chalrmaias
was told that if any incendiary nneecheiera
era made the meeting wculd Lo clonedJames
James F Morton acted n chairman amJd
Jd that the threat of die police to close thtmctlng
noting proved that liberty i ce thtmntry
country Mr Morton told Roundsmaiarvard
Gallagher bfore tho mNtng that he 1
arvard graduate flOoldman owalr
the falling o In attendance at Anarchleleetings
leetingsIORS
IORS IX A DAXCMXG SCHOOLroprleter
IlrOprleter Arrc te < l and Young < 2lr Mnslclan
slclan Taken I nttnesSamuel ABmuel
Samuel Wlnogrod who runs a danclnjjadomy
jadomy at 345 Grand street was arrestest
last night by officers of tho Gerry socintyid
and locked up In the EH rid go street polictatlon
tatlo on a charge of admitting tnlnoni
i bis place without their parents Arteenyearold
rteenyearold girl Yetta Pnisonsky wasTnstoa
Tnstoa M a witnessDetective
Detective Fogarty of tho Gerry societydd
ld that Vinograd hod ben arrested twiceefore
before on similar chargon Tho girl workedt
In his pace M a mU clan nt night Md thot
t woa made on Information given by theauthortol
wn
ithoritlos of tho school she attended Intho
tho daytimeA
A Doctor Wai at HandATWLKTIO
ATWLKTIO CIT N J Nov 10Dr J pSt
St Germaine of New Bedford Mass hapined
ined to bo on a train today on which WAIacod
lac Honcn Kendall of Absecom a Wel
Jeny lUtlrond section foremen whcm
ar ww shattered by the explosion of a guiEgg
at Egg Harbor and he turned to and drcesece
the mans wounds Tho firearm explodet
as Kendal WM tking It from a hlndtarRnlalrmmt
RnlalrmmtAIBANr
ALBANY Nov 101 nnd Mrs Andreamllton
amllton today announced the engageent
ment of their daughter Miss Kllzabctli
Jane Hamilton to Jam Cox Brady Inof
of Mr and Mrs Anthony N Brady Mrrady
rady ii the well known Now York ancIbany
Albany capitalist and Judge Hamlltoia
I a well known nttornpy connected will
the New York Life Insurance Companjid
and a relative of John AMcCall the prenfnt
dfnt of the New York LifeTwo
Two Nrcror Elected In TexuCALDWELU
CALDWELU Tox Nov 10Two negroesxve
hve been elect to office in Buriesoiunty
couty aefeatlng the Democratic nomlneceprecinct
In precinct two for County Commissionera
and ConeUble The district had beengarden
rgarde u safely Uomocratio and wouldre
hue been hod lf voters gone to the pollsDeath
Death of Kamtirl InsjrrtoUHamuel
Hamuel Ingereoll wellknown In the hayd
and grain trade died resterdur at his homeWest
4 West Thirtyfourth etreet of appendicitiswa
1UI a ineinher of the Produce Exchanged
II on tlie har committee and the law comtto
mlll HP In nurvlvpd Ii hlJ wife nnd I
AFTERMATH Of THE ELECTllTROVF
I
1TnOlfP
TROVF WRITES ORYAX OV 71
TV5IFJS AD 1XSAXKHsi
i
Htlll at Largr and II rfor Ifor
Hsi Tliey Are Htll Larrr 11
for Future PlghUng llelnef UefntIn
In Montana Complete Tlie Delll1Ielnl
llcini to Co After Aorth CarollrNEW
NEW HAVEN Conn Nov 10Alexander
l IAVYN
Troup the leader of the Bryan DemocroIn I
In Connecticut and exDemocratlo national
tlonal oommlttceman from Connectlctsaid
said thlsevcnlng that It was hh belief thnttho
tho radicals would hnve to assume con Itrol
trol of the Democracy again or that thuro I
would be a repetition of Tuesdays downfaMr
Mr Troup wrote as follows to WilliamBryan J IBr
BryanTho
BrT safe sane and conservatives hadthclr
their Inning on Tuesday and tho UMarOand
and Insane are still at large and readydo todo
do battlo for the principles of 1890 ad1I
1000In
1I regard to prospective reorganlzatloMr
Mr Troup said he knew nothingI
I have decided he continued thatthe
the people who could not support BranIn
In 1890 and 1000 ought either to join the
Republican party or to flock by themsolveThere I
There Is not room enough In the same parfor
for people of such divergent views a thOowho
who bolted the platform of those yeai
and those who remained loyal to ftbelieve Ibleye
believe the Watson movement was mdeIn
bleye te Watson and Iifollowers
In good faith nnd that Waton Il
followers were HJncere Unable to subscribe
folowlrs wer I ncTE
scribe to the platform adopt ut St Lul
Mr Watson formed a separate party anaI
I am convinced that thor is nothing in thelerton
issertlon that it was done to dlsconcehe
the safe and sane wingPALMA
PALMA PRAISES ROOSEVELTlends
PtJ1U PRSI
I
lends to the Pretldmt > Elect the Centrallatloni
latloni of CubaSptclal
Sptclal Cubit DllfalOi to Tni SDKHAVANA
HAVANA Nov 10 President Palma hasInt
Int the following cable despatch to Preient ldent
dent RooseveltCuba
Cuba who with a sincere feelingratltudo ofgratude
ratltudo recognizes how much she owCIto
to your personal sympathy and Intern tIn
In favor of her liberty and well being sendaher
her cordial congratulations for tho wel
neritcd confidence placed In you by thepple
eople ot the United States In Iranilttlng
ilttlng the best wishes of the Cuban pepleI
I express my own sentimentsvor
vor EXOVOH VOTESs
Is Tom TsEgartt Smiling explanationDemocratic ofDrmocrto
Democratic DefeatChairman
Chairman Tom Taggart of tho Demiratio
ratio national committee came to townterday
eaterday He wore the same smile hetok
ook away with him when he went toIndiana
Indiana two weeks ago announcing thtJudge
Judge Parker was assuredly electedChairman
Chairman Tom said last night that hownll
ms not east down Thero is nothlnf
umlliating In the result of the electionjo
hB sid as ho Fmlled again 1 has boenIlmply
Fmle ear and no mattehat
imply a Republican year matorwhat
what candidate the Democrat might haeplt
plt up ho would have had no chance TheDemocrto
emocratio pry has ben defeated butIt
It is still in the ringWhen
When asked for his opinion as to thecaUlO
caUlO of the sweeping Rcpubllcar victorThere
Mr Taggar
There werent enough Democratic votesOf
Of the proposal to reorganize the Dcmrratio
ratio party he Rid it was too earlyto talkat
at present Ho saw August BolmoniIllium
Wiiam F Sheehan and Do Lancey NicollCOXGRATVLAT10XS
COXGRATVLAT10XS POUR IXTie
Tie President Hat 4OOO Telecrams andIeten
Letter and Will Antwrr All or ThemWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 10 Letters andtellgrs
lpgrtons of congratulation continued Uay
ay to pour In on President HooeeveltThe
The whole number of telegrams is nownerly
early tliretthuiiniind and about nthousaniitters
11m letters wismo
itters cane today In leler wl
rmo in even greater volume probabltiring
tiring the next four or flro duys and alarjC
irce fore of clerks at the White 10U
larjC employed in writing the leter
hich the President will send in replyiiemhly
iiemhly Irsden Ixioklng for a HomeALBANV
ALBANV Nov 10 Speaker S Freiixon
ixon Republican Floor Ioader James Togers
ogers of the State Assembly and Alpplhlyman
iinblyman Jean L Burnett worn in Albany itoay
idny looking for a hous to lx > occuplcurlng
urlng the coming winter by tho coterlf
of Republican Assemblymen known OH tluHouse
House of Commons They cannot jlttho
tho Miller houfi next year which thejHVQ
HVQ occupied for several s lol nnstither
Other who will go to make up the Housf
of Commons are Assemblymen Apgaredcll
Bedel and PhillipsCalifornias
Californias Plurality I linoooSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Nov icOnly a flwprnctA
recincU remain to be heard from In Cal
foria Roosevelts plurality In the Stt
111 b 113000 The Republican haoovnt
jventyflve members In the lower houjf
or the legislature and M only ulstyonoton
oton are necessary to elect a Unlteo Stateenator
enator the Representative may chooseenator anator
enator without consulting the thlrtyflvpubllcnn
I publlcnn Senator if they lee fitNevada
I Nevada Republican by 3500HESO
I HESO Nev Xov 10 There aro It1
about seventy preotncU to hear from II
lift State A con ervatlvft tetmat plaonoosevPlt
RooMlltl plurality at between 2WO and
I 30 Ycrrlngton Itcp In elected Conresuman
resuman over Van Duser Im by abouW
I W Xlxon Republican for Unitctf Stnteitinator
tinator will control the Ltgl lature bjiwut
j aout three votuanircsiman
nircsiman Ketioe of Kentncky UcatcnIotusviLLE
IotusviLLE Ky Nov 10 Rorurns rovod
ovod from all the precincts In tho NlntlinprcBS
inprcBS district exctpt one preclnotlw
In tlw Republican county of Carter glviB
J B B nnett Rtp a majority of 10 votf inn
oer hil Dmort 0 opponent Congrtman
man James N Kthoe Pnrk r ca < riijntucky <
jntucky by abut 10000 >
I
350000 Plurality In OhioCOMJMBCB
COMJMBCB Nov 10 State Chairmaick
Dok announced tonight that Rocssvclturallty
urallty Is this State would h 250000hich
which is doublu the highest ever givenx
81x years ago Secretary of State Tnyloi5t
got 1S7000 which was tho record MoHiny
ley had 70000 and Oov Herrick hrd nsOOtit
lut fallIndianas
Indianas Plurality About T4OOOiNDiANApous
iNDiANApous Noy 10Frd 81ms socrcrr
try of the Rrpubltcan State oommltteeId
Ild this mom that the election returnowed
owed that tho Republicans would haveMajority
Majority on joint ballot in tbu net Generaisimblv
1 isimblv of abut 10 and tat tho plurIty
alty In India would b about 7400031OOO
31OOO votes for Debt In CaliforniaHAN
HAN FnAXcigco Nov loIt is estimatedat
that Deb reoetved 85000 votes for Prt
tnt in this Stat He got 7473 votes inElected
and tn InPataana
thll ciy 2llt L AgolCd
Pataana he TEoe 2Q O II to 24 forPaker
Elected by One V etIcr
Victor Bloom the Republican candfdatir
for Juitloe of the Peace in the Bcconcird
ird Uoboken was elected on Tuesdaya
war majority of one vote He receivevotes
0 mjorty against 904 for John Fletchert
hi Democratlo opponentOOOOO
OOOOO Plurality In Wa htnctonSBAITLB
SBAITLB Wash Nov 10 Returns Infrm
frm all but remote mining dlrtrict gheltlelt
ltlelt GO000 plurality while Meadtpubllcen
tpubllcen for Clovcrnor receive JOOOO
11FI ZrS ttf4T C03 pETE31untlna
Montana Klectlon Returni Know TbatIolltlcsl 11
101 ell Inflocnce U GoneBUTTKMonNov
BUTTKMonNov 10 Complete rotursrrom
from Butto and Silver Bow county rko IcerJln
certain the rwloclkm of Tlieodore Drantty iCJJ
Chlpf Justice of the State Supreme Coutnnd
nnd HorRcM BouniulnnndMlcliaclDonltDihtrict
Dihtrict Judge In Butto the three havingbn
beon ratenl by 1 A Heinz as Amalpmated I
mated Judges Their election is a pronouncd
nounced defeat for Hclnzcism in Montanapoltr
politics I is tho first time in eight cr
thatanantlUelnzo Judge has been ellco
In ButteTho
TIC State Legislature In also Ilcpubcan
can which insures a defeat for any ntemp
to repeal the change of vcnuo and falr I
trial laws oh which Heiniso made a pcal
fight State returns are not completbut I
but the figures thus far returned showmajority 1mjorty
majority of Republican candidates on theStto
State ticket elected with Toole Darnocrfor
rated by Helnzo iAmalgamated
for Governor all being Hcln n
Amalgamated 1 that Heinze savedtho Istho
tho legislative ticket and a few miorcunty
county offices in ButtcDELCASSE
DELCASSE TO ROOSEVELTFrench
French Foreign Minister Sends CongratlaUon
laUon Ualy llcaiedSptctal
Sptctal Cablt Deipalchti Ij Ins Sn
PAn Nov 10A Delcosso the ForeignMinister
Minister today requentod Oen Hor
Porter the American Ambwwador to convey
vey to President Roosevelt tU most slncoepersonal
personal congratulations upon the lteselton
electionThe
The scheme of holding a second peace conferoDce
ferenco a Tho Hague na propos byPreldent
President Roosevelt U favorably but somwhat
what apathetically entertained here
ROME Nov 10AI the comments of tepre
pre both clerical and secular exprnsatisfaction
satisfaction with tho election of PresideRoosevelt
Roosevelt Cardinal Satolli and CrinlMlr
Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of Stat
have sent congratulations to PresideRooaevclt
RooaevcltAFTER
AFTER XORTir CAROLINAcpnbllcan
cpnbllcan Chairman Say Hit rat 111
CarT the State In 1OOOASHEVIIAK
ASHEVIIAK N C Nov toClannTol
Ihornaq 8 Rollins of the Stnto Republicommlttee
ommlttee pnjsWe
We have made heavy pans In everycoWty
ounty in North CaroUnn Four years agoGo
ov Aycock cared the State by 675C
injorlty two years ago Beddlngfleld carred
red the State by 67831 majority whilehis InthIs
his election we reduced the majority toabut
bout 35000 In other words we 10
coded in cutting down tho Democratote
ote over 32600 whllo the Republicailave
lave increased their vote from 18209 twoyra
rare ago to abut 00000 in this clectloiTwo
Two years henco we Intend to carry orhCrohna
Carolina and we arc going to begin organIzing
zing now for that purposoTho
Tho negroes took little interest In thampalgn
ampalgn I dont think 1000 voted InIh
he Stue nnd of thee I am Informed that jmol
mol than onehalf voted the Democraticket
icketInoietelt
tiket IDOOlf
Inoietelt Carried Every Kaiuas CountTOPKKA
TOPKKA Kan Nov 1Ior the flrime ttime
time in the history of Kansas a Candidaor
ror President hal 0 are Ocr one of 1m
05 counties of tho State Roofieveltilurallty
ilurallty over Porker will b over UOOirhe
he Republicans have elected 70 of the
8 legislative and county officersrOlMV
rOlMV IX TIME OF DAXdElThen
Then FrlsntroeU She Can He nenrndrOn
Wm Fsbtre S cn DfPdf
On to Db Something InnruMFrom
From the 1h ieago TribvnrBpeedlnc
Bpeedlnc down Michigan avenue the othrvenlnc
venlnc In his automobile with H fomlnlnornnanlon
companion Sidney Gorhaui ncrctnry oftbl
tbl Automobllfl Club siiddonly pled K rltIn
In thn middle of the road staring Ht hln headIght
Ight
IghtNow Im going to get thut cut he rnarked
narked to his companion who earnestlyleggml
markl
leggml him to depist No ho pernlstodI
I hen nrn too many i > trny rntu iirnwllmbout
bout In the world already and lie vppcdeiIn
114 antomobllei Ptralgltt nhpar Within llvipot
flt of tliu bewildered iilnml which foiDine
Dine strango rearon hnd lint liudgrd thiirl
irl Irnned forward In hi > r Inteime nympntlijnr
for tha poor cat about to bo crushed Mrtorhnm
torhnm running his machine at the rntif
of 5 mil nn hour suddenly vetred to thiIde
Aldl He saved the cat hut pretty nearlt
loa t his companion who unnble to prwervier
hlr polo went pitching out of the vehicle
ho catching her by the coat just In time to81e
81e 1 cntustropheThis
This It only onn of tho ninny Incidents Inhlch
hlch thn eternnl femlnlnn will do nn unmini
Illmt or ungurdcd thing In tie presencf <
of sudden right Not that women are antore
tore susceptible to lots of presence of mineian
than men generally On the contrary fronho
tho testimony of those who have bad wldisjicrlenco
sjicrlenco In denllnc with both boxes Inthe
the prcaenco of scares of any kind wometold
holet equnl rank with menIn cases of fireinaways
inaways In burglar frights nnd In automobie <
I loblle scores In spite of tho exception givenIn IIn
In fact continues Mr Oormnn cpenkIR
I Inl of nutomohllliiR I llnd my wlfo kerpirr
I hpr head just us wrll no 1 do nnd thn IClaI
thllJ Is true of pretty nenrly all thn vumerknow
I I know Of courie we dont hnve murh 10I
I lelitcn us Accidents ore renlly niuclloro
moro rare than people generally uppo eilth
I Wih confidence In their operator when thejrn
lra not scared nut of It as In tho case I haeJI5t
JI5t relntrd womin do not always reallzial
real danger when it coniesTho
Tho narrowest incupo I iiver hnd occurrwihou
whel tlior vro three women In my untovnn
I vnn running down n mol hill over a narrowmd
md with lilgh bnnlis on either side and onljiur
rour foct of way wlmn I spied I broken bottli
In tho middle of the track I turned to thide
Ilde seeking to navo my tire when I tuddrnlrround
round the wheels flldlng down tho bank II
Untly to tho women to jump TherHt
I calr IDetnty omel JIII hlnI
I Ht and waltrd At that moment I wouldve
hne tuken n hundred dollar for thut maline
line which I paid KVX for I looked niIf
If It still might go over any moment nnd landt
lt tha bottom of the bunk upilde down II
mlnalM t save It but would you believe thaihen
I hen I naked those women to get out Hitmply
mply giggled I knew of course the switorai
I might be hurled Inttwlty
ai thrown and that we Ilht hlrlt
I e wlty any momentAn
An energetic but Inexperienced girl willct
ICt differently from 1 sympathetic or el
olud woman A wise Is related of one girllit
out In an automobile for the tnt time Thtpcratcr
o pcratcr who was likewise Ineiperlencodad
hld the lover reversed and did not know Ituddenly
uddenly tho machine legan backing drlvig
I ig straight for 1 curb The tnergetlo girlose
Inl
Whoa Whoa mudthe
I roe up and called nlchto
to the amusement of thn crowd watrliinu
tho performance Her c of reserve nndIM
10la of prewnce of mind manifested Itself IItbf
nfulden frightAnother
tbf presence of
Another energetlo womim perfectly ablei
to keep cool on all occasions may performdeed
a deed of real heroism In the vase of suddenanger
dee roa
anger In flro eiuirei tays Marshalarnplon
arnplon of Knglne House I I cant sat
but a woman Is Just as brae nl a man anyme
tme I pretty nearly lost ray life once andould
ould have had It not been for a womanwas
I 1 was down In the basement of an nld danrill
ill on tho West Bide which was In a muloC
oC flames and I had simply loft my way Ilied
csle up In my dilemma and U waa a womanbo
wbo stood at the head of the stairs und dlttted >
r ttted me out with flames sweeping aboutIce
Ice madStill
Still women do lots thHr head Juitrhort
rhort tlma ago one woman came out of airnlng
burning building with her hat and bandboxid
Id I f MOO worth of Jewels on her trtMrAI
AI luck would hHVA It though they werotried
hlrle In the plastering nnd hr recoverrdem
I thlln later
NO KNlPlW SAYS MURPBtPARKKR
PARKKR HAD A LARGER PLURALITY
RALITY HERE TllAX RRYAXTamilian
Tamilian ClilpfUtn Deelsrei tho WfwarnWorked
Worked PaUhrnUy for UieJoiige andA
A 11 Mtiere RIse In These Parts theUemocrati
Uemocrati Made to Goo a ShowingLeader
Leader Charles F Murphy of TammanyHall
Hall Ixmied a statement lost night rent
ing the Insinuations which have boon madeIn
In that It had been knownto
some quarter tht ha hn kownto
to tho Tammany leaden before the electionthat
that there would bo of the Demo
cratlo National and Stat tickets ExplolIng
Ing first his surprise at tho rut of theelecton
election and hU belief that there was nota
a man in the country who could have fore
sern what wiw actually to happen latT
Tuesday he went ont sayThe
The Insinuation that knifing oure
and tho statement that I gave out ant
lection fir is base and untrue Eer
Tammany district leer worked hard andloyaly
loyally for the Democratlo ticket andthe Ifthe
the results were not borne out I anticpated
pated then it was all due t cndlton
pate we had no control and not dueto
to any treachery We all made a honetcncentou
conscientious effort Because of this Ctwhr
why should there be Insinuations of knll
or laxity This bin untrue why tkIrrpon8bly
irresponsibly of a shakeup I wishdistinctly Itdistncty
distinctly understood that I furnished noanteloton
distncty undelt Uat fued
anteelection estimates or figures butcan Icn
anteloton etlt fge
can say that the reports of the cao
made In the various districts a now breout
out by the results As t the insinuattcthat
to
that the ticket was knifed I can only pitto
to the vastly reduced Democratlo vot
all over Surely Tammany did not goInt
into Illinois still the reduced Democratvote
vote U also found there this yearComparing
Comparing the Bryan vote with theParker
Comparg Hra
Parker vote we find that Judgo Pllkerrocolve
rocolve arger pluralt th Branthe
the figure being 28000 A against 30
fgr
1 believe Really the only section in thocoutr
country that gave Judge Parker a pluit
is that Included in Manhattan Quen
and T Uronr Take my ow Assembthan
dletrct for Itnc It pale vot lagerthn
than given in the last Mayoralty c
paign Surely no reasonable person cnchargB
aro consideredI us with apathy when the faaar
ar comlder reason to advance for theutA
results nor have I any statement to mkealectng
utA
affecting the question of a possible r
organization of the national Democratparty
party I have nothing to do or say abutthat
rrtT I can say with emphasis howevethat
that the Democratic ticket waseupportcloyally
many loyally and actively throughout by Tanmany
ThU countys vote for Parker was 10031its
its vote for Ian In 1900 was 181709tljuterr
tljuterr In Liquor DarreliNathan
Nathan Flauman of 1S1 Suffolk strewas et Iwa
was arrested yesterday by to Edrdg IItTEet
trect polO o the toclinical chargetiling oC6ln
tiling liquor without a lone I 1corns
corns were found several demijohns cntalnlu
alnliiR a liquor made of burt sugar andclorng
coloring matter I the basement thopolc
polc found several barrel full of 10melquor
ver
Iquor tho ingredients of which couldnx
x determined Tlw Health Departmeiind
b deterine TI lclh Drtmlntand
and the Federal authorities were notifiedA
A Suicide In Ills Printing OfficeCharles
Charles Begloy 5 year old commuteulcldo
ulcldo yesterday morning by turn IDn
on tho gas from four jet in his prlntinfflce
ofc at Earwny avenue and Bay Fortjhlrd
tir street Qravesend Beach He Wi
found dead sitting at his desk For mmont
noDths he had been living i a precariovwinner
mont working occattlonally arid n glecing
ng his business to such an extent 8 t 101
his plat under foreclosure His wifvas
wal removed to an institution recentlyJid
Jid hlft family of two Honnard tbreodaugrLcrs
Lcrs fiends hnve bwm scattered for months nmonfiends
fitd
fitdClnltl llerne In VaudevilleMiss
Miss Chryetal Home daughter of thelate
late James A Hcrne will make her d4bin
In vaudeville at Keiths nest week in nplaylet
ilaylct entitled Between the Acts LAtlan
lan she was Nat Goodwin leadinvomon
woman in My Wifes Huoband andJlldcd AGldel
Jlldcd Fool
Calling mid Torkeifrom
from lAc AVir Orltant TmtltmorratHave
Have you ever Call wild turkeys to 01
ror llifl inirpote of murderlne them ukIdn
n limn who la fond of hunting There Isnst 1
nst cllffcrence between tho cal of the tameturky
jrkcy and the call of a wild turkey as muehdllerenco
Terence as there Is between the habilf
nf these fowls and an In tho cane of hnhltiIP
thl URTeronco In thtt call Is dnato the dUIeinee
nee In environmentUnless
Unless you learn to mark this differentou
ou cannot deceive the wild strutter of thewoods
woods for you mUtt know bo in about ahrmvd
member can find hla slphooo
hrmvd a as you cln tnd Illht
Iood and hl healn almot pfrCect His5ood
ooo henrlnil Inablll him to catch thl r
lhlht8t variation IB tho cal so If you strlkdo
thl nrlatnn happen to pitch the sounbit
bit too hlch dittancd and weather conKlnna
Klnna miilA arttfl Itn will nol nnK rAfilaaobble toIobble
obble cnllclre wi onl but wi
KO both wings nnd 11 In an effort t gtla
wa And If you know anythlntr sboulid
la turkeys you know they are fleet of footand
and are not slow of wineTho
Tho best cslUrs that Is the technlranmi
calrlthlt
nmi of the thine used to deceive the cobler
nnll are made of turkey bone tho loweon
hno of the fowls lel nnd If you can Ret awid
IIJ turkey bon for the purpow the result
wid turle more natlsfactorr It Is curloutut
10re
but In my own experience 1 hnvo nlwnymnd
found that rnllers made of tame turkooncii
oncii am not as good ns thoxe tnndeof a willlembers
lembers bone Tho xvlld turkey bone
10111 to Rive the right ring to turker
Why the Golf Plajrr Would laT
from the l x > ui rie CourierJournalMUs
MUs Clinrlotto Uod the chlm lon wommolfcr
olfcr of Kncland was tnlklnc at the Phi
rlphln Country Club about eolf In scoUitndOolf
Oolf In KnulAnd Is nlmoM a disease Ihl
PBld Tho psMlon and tho perseveranobat
bat tho II brines to coif ire quite InrcdlblB
rcdlblB With InnnmerHblo players them Isnnthlnlnolhlnl
nthlng nothlnc that can compare In tbelratlctone
with the meI
fTectlonn thp Rlml
atlctone wih Ions ngo of nn elderly hucheloi
In Kdlnbureh who had playl golf from hisboyhood
boyhood Ho W IIypr Ind eenIlnutA
linutn ho could Meal from the rum WAovotcd
ovotcd to the link tea nun didnt alowrrlllon
dootl society lnk lnps to Interfere wltlIs
I Is dnllr IOU He had never rourt < d a girlecuuse
hil
lmi nlr he Mid IOU badnt allowed him thilmi
I Hence everybodr wu RurprUed ontay
I ay to hear thM the orustr old ientllman
married A ciadnle the cuddlere
rai to bo marril natrlllhe olddlfl
0 men In Bcollsnd went to him wruniIm
I him hj the hand and said sentimentallyM DI
Ian Im glad youre going to wedthink
I I think ye lull love her dnarly 1 knoour
YOIT llfft will bo nil bllr and twretneii uownd
Ind I envy y the golden days o romancei
In MoreMooh
Mooh pooh Kobert sid the othermmplon
Ioh
nothing or thlt frt laoman thechalllon
mmplon took I wife lust year and It tmpro
pro hl Im JUlt tklnN ono Intho
tho hope IRm will Im prove mineREED
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f GoldsmithsSterling
I Sterling Silver tae precedence
cedence for weddingsOur
Our productions axe distinguished
tinguishcd for workm nship
ship design and weight
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SAY HE FORGED IX BUFFALOAlleged
Are Partner of Prisoner Who JompetOff
Off Train Locked Up in The TDbBejain
Benjamin Hart alias Joseph B Bar
in Buffalo for forgeryin
told to b wanted Buao forger
in connection with Alonzo J Wnltemaiand
coleon wit Aono WbteInd
others arrested yeaterdaat
and two otelll waa arted yeltryIt
at Sixth avenue and Flftyelxth utreetMagistrate
Magistrate Cornell In the Tomb poJacourt
court held him in 1000 bail for ezaralnatlon
10 bl
hm
tlon today A detective from Buffalcwith
rooming with a warrant 1 expected to arrive thlirooming
moring and WhlUman the police saywere
were the ringleaders of a Buffalo ganfwho
who raised a check from SB to 9000 anccaahed
caahed It Abut elx woks ago Whit
man who was one time Mayor of a WEt
A tme
In clt7 In Albny and wbleblnwken
belns < aken to Buffalo jumped out of thewidow
widow of a New York Central train golniat
at the rate of thirty miles an hourHarts
Harts wife and daughter were tn theTomb
Tombs wie and there was an affectlonatparting
Tomb Cur he was taken over t theTomb
Tomb Ho has whit hair and looks lkea
a prosperous business manRAX
RAX AMOK Il SINGAPOREMurder
Murder Mid SaJlora Fearful ExtcntloiWlta I
Wlta a KnifeProm
Prom the Sinvaport SlrttHi TimrfAbout
Abut 130 last night a terrible amok occurred
curred at Tunjong Pagar The quiet nolghborhood
borhood of Benan street and Wallloh nndAnson
Anson roads was suddenly transformed Intn <
n scene of set panic I appear that about
830 P M a Went Indian suddenly attackedK
K Chinaman who was walking along the rOd IIn
in Bernam ttreflt and stabbed him In thethroat
throat with a sailors clasp knifeThe
The unfortunate Chinaman fell to theground
ground with blood pouring from the woundin
in his throat In a second the West Indlarattacked
attacked a Malay nnd stabbed him In thtaide
aide of the neck Another Malay who happened
pened to b In the vicinity ran to hla countrymans
trymans luwlitance but was also nttaclccdand
and wounded by the Infuriated madmanThe
The wounded Malays raised the terrible cryof
of Amok amok which makes the blood turncold
old on hearing I
Thn greatest confusion nnd panic resultedThe
The pasbersby and others In the busy atreetistampeded
stampeded Cries and shouts wern heardIn
In a moment and the terrified natives ran Inall
all directions with the fear of death In theirhearts
and tinpiercing
hearts Door bangod everywhere
piercing screams of the victims Hddrd to tinhorror
Thi amok pursuedthe
horror of the scene Thf punle
the flying natives nnd succeeded in stabblntfour
four Chinamen In the back In Bernam streetas
as they sought safely In nightA
I
A Malay oran who lived in the viclnitjheard
heard the noise nnd came to the front dooito
to see what I wns all nbbut On seeing thtsnvnge
snvnge turn ot the amok nnd tie reckingknife
knife In hl hand fhc turned to fly hit walltoo
too Itt A blow from the knife In the bucklaid
laid her low just inside her own doorstepA
A Sikh jagah then plucklly attempted tcseize
seize the amok but I furiously attackedby
by him The Sikh was stabbed In the lefteyn
eyn and also under tht let arm as he triedto
to fell the madman withhisheavy stickChinaman
A Chinaman who U raid t r 4 a mandore ortiead
tiead ooolle wna not dauntedat the defeat ofthe
the Rlkh and plucklly grappled with thnimok
Chinaman suiedid
imok The courngooua Chmlman
edid In eeUltic tho madmans wrlvt andivronching
ivronching tho knlfo nway from him Somejthnr
jthnr Chinamen then came to the assistancejf
jf thlr bravo countryman and the nmokwnu
wnu overpowered and securedIn
WRI Inrpowerll Acurc
In the meantime Surgt Leonard had redelved
delved Information of tho onokand hurriedlo
lo the scene He got lliere to late to securethe
collect thedctlms
the madman nnd proceeded to ollCt
dctlms 1 was then discovered that nineier
ier ont > 111 I had been wounded thron ofwhom
whom hud sovere Injuries The amok wanound
ound to have H bad wound on his hetdirobably
irobably caused by the blows from the Hikhiigahs
I iigahs Mick The nmok told Hergt Leonird
ar at the polloo station that lie wan a WAftIndl
Indian named John NathanGold
name
Gold nemaininc in tie KlomllksxFrom
From the Washington IllT
T 1 Mnllory of Berkeley Cat wap 0110f
oC the pioneers of the Klondike and one ofhe
the narllest to locate I good claim on El Doado
ado the richest of all the wonderful richrecks
I recks of that district In speaking of thelondlke
londlke and his n rsoual oxperlenoes thereinIr
Mr Mnllory caldI
I doubt If sucu another treat gold strike
111 ever again be made In this or nay othermntry
mntry There Is no permanence to anrxhnusted
othor tha Quartz mlntnl ad a te robcllll
of the
xhnustedThe lawll teld ae prlloa
The claim I held must have panned out
rat nnd last 11000000 pannN ItMilted
lonl blfora Intbng lke thll amount WI
Milted In thoso dnys It w aa no uncommonhlng
hlng t take out from JOO to MOO I day andhave
I I have taken as much na llooo In twnntrfourours
hour tuch proruetlon fl 0 tMnl or tbl
I In the Klonrle or an olher of Aluknnd
nd lhere I a pelt doa of ald up
I althoulh rich poekp of thl plaCr minI
hn bn mule I III thl mc old lorof
of the Australian and C illfornlan strikes
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ESUBUSIIED NEAROr HALFACEMTUDfjHATEVER
jHATEVERi
rajtc inVinrer
i your e mWiter
Vinrer Overcoaticut
cut fabric and trimwe
cut t
we have ample varietyto
t meet it Let us alaostate
state that our fixedpolicy
policy in making overcoats
coat it to have tnemwin
win more approval on poiatoof
of fftyld and endurance tbanany
prices any other to be tad at equalprices
Pries S15 to 75ASTORPLACEANDFOinaHAVENUE
I ASTORPLACEANDFOinaHAVENUEThe
The Daily TemptationHave
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U lh downfall of everv bmtnw roan vbo Indultnn
n alcoholln sllmulanf me dtlnk lilbU It tbdirect
alcholn
direct result ot uilsfrltr a nervoui rravtn fnrstimulant
mutant once tho lalnit fnr clrtiU Ii rmtdvoLvvrAnr
voLvvrAnr EHFORT 1 OVKUCOHK IrIS
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ounc CorbPtts tlrmand That Hrllt lallD
n Certain Weight Cause UcnnlnnNow
Now thnt Youne tnrhrtt him dllRrithaI
I hat I Uinre Is to be H return fight l > tweeiilmself
ilmself and Jimmy Hrltt the latter mu iiom
ome to his Corhetttl weisht IJfi poundiha
the qupsUun urlsos who will hp thi crskBllfonilunn
Bllfonilunn next opponent llrltt has a 1nltted
nltted that to lot to lia pounds h the tou iat
elt kind of n job for him Tn quote bler ovT
T rds in pouudii would lie more to hlt liVncr
Inl than anythlus eh e This It a scale itirltt
Brit can male now without muCh trouhrroruthc
roruthc WRY lie Is crowing this match will tnoretbon > <
noretbon a bardalilp for him n y a IIADC I
lUklngon flesh rapidly SoL the kind tbs
I llr roduoedbul rnubcle wblob bMidt
rUu
hI81ellltbeh to 11ke ImuronrIt
It will not be nt ill wurprlsln I Ilrltt wilhioil
Ih months from dnte la like hla laic oppilenu
lenu llano a welterweight Nothing wouldM
Ilt tht fol olen thl rln mor than IIN
M Corbet t nud Krltt havn It out ugaln tmMtlDg
a mMtlDg would bo the means of decldiinethor
I inethor their last sonip wan a Cuke fl ft1a
l th dnolslon Is conccrned Corbetl hiaid
Mid tl along and still contends thatra hWi <
1 ra tobbed in hat mill But so tliereo
Wi bt
no evidence to this eK > ct Brltl > virtorvmst
mst stand 8 being n olcsncut one
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