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VOL LXXIINO 73 NEW YORK SATURDAY J
< NOVEMBER 12 lQQ4c < rt > M 1m tv Th su Printing and PMUM A uor141 PRICETJO ENTS
SKIPPER WIFE AND TWO LOSTHOLLER
HOLLER IDHH WITH SCHOONER
1 t um OFF HARNFOATI
uplilnn Arnin Around III Wlfei WtlitsiilftlriB
siilftlriB llrrkload of Timber C ujhtTtlrm
Them 1M the Natal Nupply Khlp Ciilioacm
I cm Their Craft Mown In the HarktV
tV > pt Robert J Walton Jr who comes ofK
K family < > f New Jersey navigators hisyounfj
younfj wife and two of the able seamen ofihe
ihe three masml centreboard schoonerWilson
Wilson nnd Hunting were loitoff Barnegatnn
nn Wednesday night vhen under Ihelilarkne
lilarkne of a clouded iky and In a blustering
ing northeaster their ship was out downby
by the R eel prow of Iho naval supply steamchip
chip OulgoftThn
Thn young skippers father who comirmnnV
irmnnV tho three muster Henry P Havenshad
had pnfwml him In the darkness not longbefore
before bound from port for NorfolkThe
The Wllnon anti Hunting sailed from Norfolk
folk on Nov 3 llha full cargo of pilinginwrrinR
inwrrinR pitflit foot alxivn her deck Shehiil
hid n struggle with head winds all the wayp
< p the oat When she was about tenmiles
miles off rarnegat at 7 oclock on Wednesdaynight
night and all hands except the cook werenn
nn dock Iho lights of tho steamship werenoted
noted nsern The schooner was on then
Mnbonrd tack heading off horeTho
Th > OiilRoa which apparently was proceding
ceding under full utenni was about halfR
R mile off when Capt Walton first saw herSho
Sho appeared to be following the course ofthf
thf schooner It was pitch dark and thenortheaster
northeaster had combed up a heavy swellThe
The coaster was tinder all lower canvas carried
riM two hwdsnlls and was making six orseven
seven knotsThe
The skipper got a trifle nervous over thepursuing
pursuing steamship which seemed to beheading
heading directly for him and he orderedone
one of tho seamen to display a flare lightMeanwhile
Meanwhile a lantern had been et on theafter
after house to show the officer on the bridgeIn
In charge of the steamship where Ihecentreboarder
centreboarder was so he might steer clearof
of her as the rule of the road prescribesThe
The steamship kept on her course and thetorch
torch was waved twloo again
Mate Pfitersen of the schooner says thatthe
the Culgoa came full tilt at her a momentafter
after the flare lit up her after deck andwhile
while allhands were shouting warningwith
with fifl lung power The stem of thenppTy
nppTy ship crashed into the shoonerabout
about ten feet abaft the rom rigging on thestarboard
starboard side slicing the heavy plicalike
like a circular saw and cutting a gapncarlythreequarters
threequarters of the way through thecoaster
coasterThe
The sllpper his wife and two Bailorswere
were aft and Mate Peterson tho cook andtwo
two other sailors were forward Theshock
shock to both vessels was so violent thatalmost
almost all hands aboard the schooner wereknocked
knooked down and an engineer in theCulgoa
Culgoa all hurled into the machinerytnd
and seriously hurlIhe
The men forvsd en the schooner ranup
up the fore rlggitif to get Aboard the CuljroaThree
Three ot them su3ooeJ i In reaching h Vctook
ctook MaLe Potoreoii var Ifoi lMtrwiil bLitwo
two shlpmatos ahead of Mm hauled himover
over the steamship bow as she backedout
out of the great rent in < the coasters elduAn
An Instant later the cataract poured Intoth
the gap and the schooner went over onher
her beam endsMate
Mate Petersen saw the aklpper with hisarm
arm about the waist of his wife Juat aa theavalanche
avalanche of piling went thundering downthe
the slanting dock and overwhelmed themThe
The mate had tried to toss a line to thekipper
kipper but the sohooner careened soswiftly
swiftly that he did not hue time Henays
nays that if the Culgoa had kept her noseIn
In the schooners side Instead of backingout
out almost within a minute after the colliiion
liiion all hands might have been savedThere
There was some quick work aboard tharulgca
rulgca Immediately after she was clearof
of the Khsoner Two lifeboats werolowered
lowered in a jiffy and rowed to the wreckA
A sailor was found clinging to the tulzrenriRRing
riRRing which was level with the sea Hehad
had Iron hurt by the piling that plungednfirr
nfirr him into the sea Into which he hadleaped
leaped for safetyTwo
Two lifeboats circled the wreck all nightin
in n vain effort to find some trace of theIOM
IOM After daylicht came and the wreck
iwl drifted within seven miles of the beechthe
the hal returned to the Culgoa whichproofdied
proofdied Hrrivirg nt Quarantine at 4oclock
oclock on Thursday aft rnoonIlcutlMntCommandcr
LieutenantCommander James H Oliverho
ho commands the Culgoa did not informyuirnntinc
Quarantine that be had a shipwreckedCTPW
view aboard and nothing was known ofih
tho Occident until Mate Petersen the cookftml
and the two sailors were landed yeaterday
UfiitPnuntCommander Oliver had turnedIn
In his report of the collision to his superiorofficer
officer at the navy yard in BrooklynThe
The Wilson and Hunting measured 344tons
tons wan built at Alexandria in 188S andlulled
lulled from Perth Amboy Capt Waltonwas
was about 35 years old and was from Tuckrton
rton NJ His wife was horn In the amenpfjthhorhood
neighborhood and had been his shipmateon
on all his voyages since their wedding
In March last year while he was captainof
of the three masted schooner De Mory
fray and was bound from Norfolk for thisport
port Skipper Walton ran Into a frostynorthwester
northwester and the Gray became waterlogged
logged and helpless The seas broke over
her partly submerged docksand the skipperiwiAtni
assisted his wife up In tho rigging and
lashed her there All hands were takenoff
off the schooner which was subsequently
lowed Into port and refittedCapt
Capt Walton youngest brother darnice
nice then took command of the Gray
HK contracted typhoid fever aboard herand
and while she waa lying In Philadelphia
last March shot himself in his cabin An
tiler brother Harry M Walton succeeded
Harence In the command of the Gray
The survivors of the Wilson and Hunting
rejMirted to the office of ono of her owners
GmrRe K Hammond who took thorn before
Alexander k Ash lawyers of n Williamstreet
street They there made affldariu thowihMance
wihMance of which Is told above The
mote and the cook declared that the faultas
as all on thw vide of the Culgoa as the
Khoonor did all that she waa required to
do to warn off the steamihlp The cook
averred that he had talked to one of thew
crew of the Culgoa who said that be badn
Pe n tIm schooners light None of theclothes
Alnllora Nlvocl anything UOIpt the clothes
he Mood InThe
The Culgoa wan anchored off Tompkins
yii e i sst night Xone of her officers wouldpinms
talk lloout the rolllslon
They said that
the Caplllins formal report to his superiors
11 that the navJ yard gave their side of It andI
the rport would be given out In timeAll
All tlfOrlmr that evey Amel1rllI IralIu
tOiiId
J lIIe entoF I I rids Oil the Ytritt tSiate Elprw
Ntw York Ceani3Ag
I M
HAY TO HEMAIX IN THE CABINETHe
He will lieuin the tttate PorUollo DurinRoO1t1
noomrlt Second TermWiSiiiNaTOK
WiSiiiNaTOK Nov llThe announcement
ment IB made at last that John Hay willremain
remain M Secretary of State In the Cabinetof
of President Roosevelt after March 4 1605
There wen rumors during the campaign
that Mr Hay had consented to continue asa
a member of the Cabinet of Mr Rooseveltwere
were elected for another terra but nothing
of an authoritative character could beobtained
obtained It is possible today however
to make the authoritative IInnounoomentthat
I that there will be no changs In the office or
Secretary of State when Mr Rooseveltsnew
new term is begun and to this may beadded
added the statement that unless unforeseen
seen circumstances arise Mr Hay willservo
servo throughout the second term of Mr
Roosevelt which will end on March 41IlOO
1909Twice
Twice during Mr MoKlnleys administration
tration Mr Hay sought to retire from the
Cabinet on account of his health but waspersuaded
persuaded to remain In office It has beenreported
reported also that he was on the point ofleaving
leaving Mr Roosevelts Cabinet at onetime
time but the President would not hear of It
There is strong personal friendship between
tween Mr Roounvelt and Mr Hay MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt has had no hesitation in acknowledging
knowledging that ho regarded Mr Rayas
as a tower of strength In his AdmInistrationand
and the severance of their official relationswould
would be felt by the President an not onlya
a political but a great personal lossTho
Tho understanding In Washington at thetlma
time William H Moody exohanged the
Navy portfolio for that of Justice was that
Mr Moody had changed his Intention to
leave the Cabinet on the expiration of Mr
Roosevelts present term That understanding
standing was apparently erroneous for it
Is now learned that Mr Moody has never
Indicated that be would remain in Mr
Roosevelts official family after March 4
He wont reluctantly Into the Attorney
Generals office and would have preferredto
to retain the Secretaryship of the Navy forthe
the remainder of the PmUdonte first term
The understanding of those who arc familiarwith
with Mr Moodys plans is that he will mflumo
mimo the practice of law In Massachusettsshortly
shortly after March 4 1805
SWEPT OVER NIAGARA FALLSThat
That II Why the Canadian IlchtnelchtIililnl
Iililnl Appear In the nine at BuffaloBurpAio
BurpAio Nor IICarrlod twenty milesdown
down the Niagara River In a rowboat andswept
swept to Instant death over tho falls isundoubtedly
undoubtedly tho sad fate William Jackson
son a colored Canadian lightweight fightermet
met on Wednesday night There U notone
one chance in a thousand that he escapedHis
His pArente bellove him deadWednesday
Wednesday night hero were three fightsscheduled
scheduled at the Ardcll Athletic ClubBuffalo
Buffalo Jackson was one of the principalsIn
In a finish fight Ho was to have boon atthe
the clubhouse not later than B oclockbut
but he never appeared Jackson lived withhis
his parent in Bridgoburg a little villagethroe
throe miles below Fort Erie on the Canadian
shore When to parted for Buffalo andtheiioena
the scene dhifftlrtf arigagoment ho foundthat
that tho ferriosvfore not running Anxiousto
to fight Jackson got into a rowboat andbtarted
btarted to row across tho riverAt
At Bridgebiirg the Niagara Is nearly amile
mile wide The current runs 12 milesan
an hour Jacksons father utood on theshore
shore and watched his son until he wascloea
cloea to this side of tho river Then something
thing happened The rowboat began todrift
drift down stream Jackson teemed tohave
have lout control of It While the fatherstood
etood powerless on the river bank the sonand
and the rowboat soon disappeared In thedarkness
darkness toward the Falls The chancesare
are that Jackson lout one of his oars and wasunable
unable the help himselfRealizing
Realizing his sons terrible peril thafather
father summoned help Steam launcheswent
went out in the river and down stream tothe
the danger point but no trace was foundof
of tho boat or Jackson In the mean tuneabout
about two hundred sports were crowdedabout
about the ringside at the clubhouse anxiously
iously waiting for Jackson to appear withnever
never a thought of the reason why ho failedto
to comeDISAPPOINTED
DISAPPOINTED THE GIRLS
Marshal Henktl Wasnt the Auctioneer andthe
the Nobby downs Went KlietvhereUnited
United States Marshal Henkel expectedto
to do a brick business In cutlery and actresssclothes
clothes when he started to sell a mixedlot
lot of these at auction yesterday in theFederal
Federal Building Tho clothing was seizedfrom
from Miss Margaret Gallagher by customsofficials
officials It was all of tho latest Parismake
make Long before the sale a little groupof
of Boubretto appeared as pro pooUvobidders
biddersIll
Ill sell em nil in one lot announcedtho
the marshalDo
Do let me bid for that one spoke upa
a golden haired young thing In blue pointing
lug to a bespangled Uttlo gown whichwould
would have been ever so short for herThat
That wont fit you protested the marphal
j IIhal
IIhalOh yes It wlllMllgurgled1 danceand
and she plroutted about the room to provnII
II Scatl Here oomos my daughter suddenly
denly exclaimed the marshal Herethe
Auotloneer Shongood sell that lot Andthe
the things were bought In for 1000 by theFive
ownerFive
Five hundred dozen St Louis souvenirknlvos
knives and twentyeight dozen souvenirscissors
scissors were also soldCHANGES
CHANGES IN ARMY UNIFORMSKhaki
Khaki for Tropical Wear Only CampaignHat
Hat AbolltfiedWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov lIThe War Dtpartroent
meat has Issued an order amending theregulations
regulations regarding uniforms the UnitedStates
States Army A return Is ordered to woollen
len service uniforms for the United Statesand I
and cotton khaki for tropical wear Thecbango
cbango is made pertly on account of theexpense
expense of providing both uniforms forservice
service In the United States and partlybemuse
bemuse tho cotton khaki becomes polledeasily
easily and requires frequent launderingIn
In the tropic this objection is not so seriousas
as the cost of laundering Is not nearly asgreat
greatThe
The campaign hat U abolished for ordinary
dinary wear the soldier being requiredto
to wear oaps The provision authorizingofficers
officers to wear white trousers with thefull
full dress and dries coats Is omittedA
A paragraph prohibits the wearing ofany
any decoration received from foreign lavemmenU
emmenU by officer or men while on dutykilns
with Unlte1 States troops Hereafter chap
kilns will wear a plain aitln crow in lieu ofinsignia
insignia of rank Chaplains are no longtrrequlnd
required to wear black oontsTITO
TWO MOIIE WORLD FAIR EXCUItfllOVHVU
VU Prna ylV 4it tullrocd Wrdnudiyt November
her It and U Trn Ia y ticket rood onlr InrowtiM
rowtiM UuOl round trip Leave Writ Urd 51a1
a1 A 1IAdf
t LI
ANTIREBATE LAW VIOLATEDDECISION
DECISION I V THE INDUSTRIAL1INE
USE CASESCriminal
Criminal Proifcotloni May De UrcunAialrul
Against the Intrroatlonal IlarrettMCompany
Company and the United State SteelCorporation
Corporation and the Hoadi They OwnWASWKoroN
WASWKoroN Nov 1IAs the result of adecision
decision rendered today by the InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission criminal prosecutions
tions under the Elk las Anil Rebate lawagainst
against eight or ten railroads entering
Chicago and the International Horv fltoCompen
Company sometimes known as the Harvester
vester Trust and the United States Steel
Corporation also called the Steel Trustare
are likely The commission holds that theroads
roads have been giving the Illinois NorthernRailroad
Railroad and the Chicago West Pullmanand
and Southern Railroad both owned by the
Harvester company and the Chicago
Lake Shore and Eastern Railroad owned
by the Steel corporation what amountedto
to an Illegal rebate on merchandise hipped
by these corporations at Chicago and hasreferred
referred the case to tho Department of
Justice for proper action in the premise
These cases aro known as the industrial
line cases and arose out of complaints I
filed last spring The commission ordereda
a general investigation Into the connectionsof
of the twentyfive railroads entering Chicago
cago with each other and with all terminals
belt and private roads and spurs whichwas
was begun In that city on May 6 Alltho
the roads filed statements showing theBanner
Banner of dividing joint rates switchingcharges
charges Ac and several thousand pagesof
of testimony was taken with regard tothe
the origin of the three sooallcd Industrialroads
roads named their manner of shippinggoods
goods and the divisions of the throughratort
ratort Ac It showed that the IllinoisNorthern
Northern Railroad was owned by thu Harvester
vester company and Its officers were alsoofficer
officer in Ihe Harvester company thattho
tho latter also ownec a controlling Intert tin
In the Chicago West Pullman and SouthernRailroad
Railroad and that it operated both of themthat
that thtwe roads were terminal connecting
roads and about Chicago between thoplants
plants of the Harvester company andvarious
various other Industries and were connected
nected with roads loading to the SllssouriRiver
River and other parts of tho country
While the two terminal roads formerlyreceived
received oaly switching charges ranging
from II to 350 per car for tho IllinoisSouthern
Southern and 13 for the Chicago WestPullman
Pullman and Southern the commission
found that they were now receiving fromas
as many roads as would grant It a proportionate
tionate division of the through rate toMissouri
Missouri River points amounting to 20 percent
cent of the whole charge This amountedon
on farm machinery to 112 per car anagainst
against the former maximum of 350 acar
car The commission regards tho latter asS
a reasonable charge for the services rendered
dered by the Illinois Northern and 13 peroar
oar by the Chicago Wit Pullman andSouthern
Southern and eay Jhat I1Y exoees oftherto
MllUtps amounts to unlawful preferenceIn
In favor of the International HarvesterCompany
Company and a violation of the antirebatelaw
lawThe
The roads are each only a few rails inlength
length merely connecting the yards of thaHarvester
Harvester plants with other roads Thotestimony
testimony show that while many roads tofutiOO
fused to grant the excessive division ofjoint
joint rates to the two terminal lines otherroads
roads did give them and received the bulkof
of the business of tho company Under thecircumstance
circumstance the commission regardsthese
these divisions as a means of circumventing
tho prohibition of tho EUclna law as thoyoperate
operate as a rebate for the benefit of theshipper
shipperA
A similar condition was found to existregarding
regarding the Chicago Lake Shore andEastern
Eastern Railroad which Is a short terminalrood
road connecting the plant of the IllinoisStoel
Steel Company near Chicago with roodsrunning
running cast west and south The roodit
it was shown was owned by the UnitedStates
States Steel Corporation Thecommissionfound
found that It receives a division of 10 percent
cent of the rate on shipment by the IllinoisSteel
Steel Company to the seaboard 15 per centon
on shipments to Buffalo and Pittsburg
20 per cent on shipments to tho Missouri
River and beyond and in some cases ovenobtained
obtained special divisions excess of theseTho
Tho commission Is of the opinion that theeodivisions
divisions in favor of the Chicago LakeShore
Shore and Eastern company are grosslyuxoesslve
uxoesslve for the service rendered by it andthat
that they afford unlawful preference to theUnited
United States Steal Corporation which ownsand
and control the Illinois Steel CompanyUnder
Under the antirebate law both the giverand
and receiver of rebate can be punishedIt
It provides that every person or corporation
tion wbo shall offer grant or give or solicitaccept
accept or receive any such rebates oonoeaslon
cession or discrimination shall b def
guilty of a mlsdeamenor and on convictionthereof
thereof shall be punished by a fine of notloss
loss than 1000 nor more than 20000Two
Two other decIsions have been renderedby
by tho commission on the some line one ofthem
them being on joint ooal rate NewportNews
News and the other the Hutchinson Hansalt
salt case but no further action was instituted
tuted by the Department o Jusitlce Intho
the latter case three roads gave an excessive
sire division of rates to the Hutchinsonnnd
and Arkansas River Road which was foundto
to bo merely a switch track long enough tohold
hold seven or eight freight care The threeroads
roads agreed to discontinue the practicebut
but the commission In rendering its do
cUlon aid
So far AS three practices may amount
10 violations of the criminal features ofthe
the act to regulate commerce the statuteapparently
apparently mokes It our duty to bring themto
to the attention tho United States DistrictAttorney
Attorney for the proper district who larequested
requested to prosecute luc violationsunder
under the direction of the AttorneyGeneralThis
This In effect plaO the whole matterin
in the hands of the Department of Justiceand
and the moro direct way seems to be torefer
refer it there in the first Instance whichwill
will be doneRAGGED
nAGGED TWO TELEPHONESAlio
Also a Pew Cardi When Sleuths Enterednir
nir Room Men JOt Walked Ot
Three Tenderloin detective ted t rda
a alleged poolroom over a saloon at 20East
East Twentieth street yesterday afternoonbut
but only got two telephones and a number ofcards
cards containing the names of racehorsesThe
The sleuths apt most of the afternoonwatching
watching the place and all they could neewas
was that a number of men entered a doorover
over the saloonThe
T watchers finally went In and founda
a score of men sitting about a a roomwent
The men cleared out when the polcmenwent
went in and no meet were map I
TO MOVE Off THE BEEF TRUSTInvrttlKitlon
InvrttlKitlon tmowi I It Reported TbatIt
I lIal Violated the InjunctionWiSHiNOTOK
WiSHiNOTOK Nov 11The investigation
ton of the charge that the beef packersare
are violating the injunction issued by theUnited
United States District Court last year hal
proceeded far enough to make It praotloally
tloally certain that further steps will betaken
taken by the Government against thepacker
packer in the near future Conferencehave
have taken place within the last two dayabetween
between officer of th Department of Commerce
merce and Labor and the pent ofJustice
Justice In regard to the evidence that hasbeen
been collected and it wee reported on eoodauthority
authority today that steps would be takens
s > on to secure th enforcement of thecourts
courts orderTho
The CMS of the 10 called beef trust willbe
b brought up for argument in the UnitedStates
States Supreme Court very soon the casebeing
being there on appeal from the CircuitCourt
Court In the meantime however theinjunction
injunction Issued by the Ort Court Isbelieved
believed by the Department of Justice andthe
the Department of Commerce and Laborto
to havo bern violatedEDWARD
EDWARD A BOND M AHMEDThe
The Former Ntate Engineer BarprUee IllsFriends
FriendWATKRTOWN
WATKRTOWN N Y Nov 11The many
friends of former State Engineer and Surveyor
veyor Edward A Bond of Albany formerlyof
of this city were greatly surprised today
to learn of his marriage in Clayton yesterdayafternoon
afternoon The bride was Mist ClaraEstella
Estella Ellis second daughter of the Into Dr
Amos Ellis of that village T marriageoeremony
ceremony was performed by the Rev 0
good E Herrick 1 retired Episcopal armychaplain
chaplain Tho wedding was a quiet affairand
and was attended by only a few invitedgumtfl
gumtfl Mr Bond has been in the city fora
a few days He voted here and then wentto
to Clayton where the marriage took place
ven his most intimate friends here wereunaware
unaware of hiaengagement His first wife
died 1 little over a year ago After a shortwoddlng
wedding trip Mr and Mr Bond will takeup
wl teup
up their residence In Albany M Bondwas
was ono of the most prominent societywomen
women InlClaytoo and has a hot of friends
In thatvlllago as well as among the wealthysummer
summer guu ta on tho St LawrenceELECTION
ELECTION EXPENSESHcrrlck
Hcrrlck Spent SttOO Only of Which MOOWai
I for Travelling BxpenieAIDANT
AIDANT Nor 11 Judge DCady Herrick
rick certified to the Secretary of State today
day that he spent ioo only in his canvansas
as the Democratic candidate for Governorof
of which 110 went to th DemocraUooommUt
oommUt of Albany county and 600 fortravellingand
travellingand other expenseRepresentativeelect
Representativeelect Frank J LeFerreof
ofNt Pat ptl tl Whme4twoypireago
ago b spent nearly 120000 tp b ejectedto
to the State Senate He had no oppositionthis
this fa optonth
Supreme Court Justice Nathan L l
lers election cost him 1100 which wascontributed
contributed to county committeesRepresentotiveeleo
Representotiveeleo J Boat Faasettexpended
expended 1U of which IS5 was givento
to county ooramlwecoRepresentative
tnt cmmUo
Representative Boreno E Payne r
election cost him 19 onlySenator
Senator John Raines 40276 andSenator
Heatr Joh llalne spent Ic16 adBcnalor
Senator George R Malby 110
Iu Payns Senator Henry S Abe
spent 1742 for a reelection In the DutobeaaColurobla
Columbia district of which 452 went forrailroad
railroad fares II lo carriage hire and I
100 for hotel meals and
110 hte mes lodgingAVTO
AVTO KCORCHEtt JUMPS BAILCalled
Called lUmielf Tom Dor SayNumber
Number Belong t K R TneraaMagistrate
Magistrate Crane became angered yesterday
day In tho Harlem court when PolicemanMcOinley
McOinley of the West 15Jd street stationfailed
failed to produce William Thompson abanker Ibanker
banker of Nonport R T whom ho had
arrested at Amsterdam avenue and Ihithstroeton
street on a charge of running his automobilent
nt the rat of fifteen miles an hour Thompson
son was taken to the poll station ana deposited
posited 200 in cash an bal
When the case was called Thompsonirasnot
not in court MoGlnloy told tho
oour olnlor Magistrate
trate of tho circumstances of the arrestHe
He said that when Thompson left tho station
lion ho promised t be in court promptly
but he did not show
nt IhoW pNow
Now look here UoGlnley said theMagistrate
Magistrate I want you to understandthat
that this same game wa played last yearby
by this m He deposited 110 oath balland
and then failed to show in
the rall sho up court Youhave
have been on the force long enough toknow
know that the law required you to produceyour
your prisoner and you have got to dustand
and get hlrnYou
You can easily find out who own themachine
machine The number of that automobileis
mlne Te nmbr o ta atoieIs
is 12268 and if I am not mistaken thatnumber
number is set down to the name of E BThomas
Thomas All I want you to do is to g outand
and get y ma Dont tell me thatyou
you cant for I know better I want itunderstood
understood that those millionaire automobile
mobile drivers cant run over meThe
The cop left and said that he would try
to find the mJrOrD
WOULD WASU SVUWAY SIGNSRerratntnE
Screaming Man With Two Gallon Bottle orWater
Water Appear at 23d HI StationA
A wild eyed man stood near the entranceof
of the uptown subway station at Tat j
third street at I oclock last night pointingwith
with one hand toward the station stepand
and with the other toward a twogallonbottle
bottle of water which stood beside h
T expressive gesture noon draw theattention
attention of hundred of
atenton hund homegoerFinally
Finally the street and subway entrancebecame
became choked Just M Policeman Bakerof
of the East Twontyeeoond street stationarrived
arrived the man broke silence and aftera
a aeries of scream yelled Til wash theesigns
signs ot subway wall Let me at emP
Then b made a dash fo the entrancewith
e
with the bottle of water but before h
could get pact the crowd Baker b himto
Ho put up IUo a lght that half a doses
tiUroti bad to hold him while Baker Itto
to Bellevue for a ambulanceIn
In the ambulance the man kept yelling
b
Let mo wash o and once o twice h
almost succeeded In plunging out of th
ambulance onThe Ida plunp
The hospital people go the mans n
u Paul Freudtger a jeweller but could
learn nothing moro about himlaiUt
laiUt spas aavlac liWDtli VaaUtsM
VANDERBILT TO BBADILOMATCOR1
CORNELIUS GOING TO BERLIN AcSECRETARI
SECRETARY OF LEGATIONPretldent
President Soon to Announce toe Appointmeat
meat Mr VandertrfU Helped theParty
Party In the Campaign SelectionJJkeiy
JJkeiy to Be PleasIng to the UaUerOne
One result of Tuesdays election will bethe
the appointment by the President of Cornelius
nelius Vanderbilt to be first secretary of theAmerican
American lepton at Berlin MrVanderblltrendered
rendered Important service to the Republican
lican party in the campaignMr
Mr Vanderbilt and h wife who wuI
I Grace Wilson a favorite withthe
the German Emperor and Empress TheKaiser
Kaiser entertained them oa his yacht whenthey
they were lost abroadAa
A first secretary t the American legation
gation at Berlin Hr VandtrbQt wfll doubtlea
lea prove highly acceptable t the Kaiserwho
who entertained him and 7 VanderbiltIn
In a style usually accorded only to the mortdistinguished
distinguished of the European nobility
This was while the Vanderbiltatreremakloga
a tour o Europe i the cummer o lOin intheir
their steam the North Whenthe
thPr s yacht t No Star nte
the Emperor brother Prince Henry ofPrussia
Prussia visited U United BtBtea MrVanderbilt
Vanderbilt was the only American fromwhom
whom dine he accepted a formal Invitation t
ceo
ceoM1 Vanderbilt and h sister Lady
Michael Herbert some yearn before hadbeen
been entertained b U Emperor andon
on that occasion she had been introducedto
t Prince HenryWhile
While the Vandcrbllt were in GermanyPrince
Prince Henry visited them nearly
Po He 1t t nr every
day The went to luncheon
Emperor
Tht Eperor we lunn onthe
the North Star When they went to theold
old city of Marienburg the Emperor wroteto
t Prof Delbrflok asking that special attention
s
tention b given to Mr Vanderbilt andthat
that the artistic and historical collectionshown
t ar0 a btor colenIn
In the ancient castle be shown to him
Gen Mackenten commanding at Dantzigwaa
wan Instructed t entertain Mr Vanderbiltthere
there A guard of honor from one of theEmperors
Emperors own regiments received him atthe
the Marienburg castleThe
The estrangement between Mr endCornelius MmCornelius
Cornelius Vanderbilt and Mm CorneliusVanderbilt
Vanderbilt 8r was terminated partlybecause
because of the sodal suoooeoes of herdaughterinlaw
daughterinlawMr
Mr Vanderbilt I 3 years old and la agraduate
graduate o Yale He b been noted forlus
his democratic tastes his
demto te among b collegemates
mates and in h regiment the Twelfth inwhich
which be I a First Lieutenant He took acourse
course in mechanical engineering in theSheffield
Sheffield Scientific School and two
Sbed 8UBo Sbl to yearsafter
after b graduation from the universitywent
went t and won a deg a civil e
gineerHe
B entered the 1o the Ktnrotk
Tok Central learning ltfr a loVoomoUve
oomoUve andjiin it and jis ftinoe inventedseveral
several derioos now I uie o the Vanderbilt
bilt Unas Ho alwaya has taken an activealthough
although modest interest I politic Inleod
llh attended th Republican StateConvention
Convention as a delegate He was a membar
bar of th Municipal Civil Service Commission
mission under Mayor LNEW
NEW VANDERBILT PATENTCernella
Cernella Has New Derteed an EllipticalIeoemotive
LocomotIve TenderA
A patent has just been granted to C
nelius Vanderbilt on his third important I
vnntlon lo the exrulpnxnt of stram Jooomotlvea
motives The invention U called an elliptic 1tender
tender I consists of the regular box fo
carrying the coal back of which U
g o1 bc wbJ I anelliptical
elliptical steel tank for holding the reererorply
rorply of water for the locomotiveThe
The first of M Vanderbilts inventiorto
t attract notice and ultimately totoomeinto
into use on American railroads was a 10
motive firebox that may b removed andcleaned
cleaned aa ort at desired Not long afterhe
h had demonstrated the practicability ofhis
h firebox b turned his attention to lc
motive tenders He became convinceddent
that the standard oblong tenders were alto
gether too heavy and cost too rnuoa tobufldHe
He studied the subject for a considerabletime
time and finally concluded that there
te a flr conclue lere weeno
n good reason why the water tank partof
of the tender should not be built in the shapeof
of a tube instead of the oldfashioned parallelogram
pralllg
allelogram He made some calculationsand
and deductions and from these made designs
signs of a tubular tender The perfecteddrawing
drawing he sent t the Patent Office and apt
patent was given to himMr
pt lf
M Vanderbilt spoke of b new invention
ton one day t Edward H Hr andother
raflroadaTnot other officials of the Harriman syvtem otraflroada
ra
That tender M Vanderbilt said lasubstance
substance will eave 14000 pound crnearly
nearly even ton in weightProve
Prove that M Harriman I reportedto
to have said and Til give you an orderto
Ive oret
to equip a the new locomotive on theSouthern
Southern Pacific with u inventionThe
The young inventor produced the proofand
and showed not only that his tender wouldmaterially
materially lighten the weight but
mtery litt 1h thattbe
the tender could b built much cheaperthan
than the old kind As a matter of fat thoVanderbilt
Vanderbilt tubular tender costs less byBomethlng
Bomethlng like 10 than those of theparallelogram
parallelogram type He got the
pale tye It promisedcontract
I was found however that th new invention
vention had one fault In
Tnion oe com aQtender
tender it wa too high t be filled at a Iot
of tbe water Intake along the lines of theHarriman
Harriman roads Learning of this MrVanderbilt
Vanderbilt decided that i ought to beeasy
to fashion a tender to fit tbe
8 raon ter t intakealthough
although nobody else had One
day
alhourh nby ri Oe h
said t blmeelf rWhy
Why not bare a elliptical water tankoa
oa well as a tubular An ellip > t ahorterBO
s t put It than a circleBy aor
By that the Inventor meant that the
diameter of a circle U longer than the ar
axis of an ellipse He went towork on the
e and now he bee a locomotive tenderthat
that I low enough to take water at any ofthe
the intake along the line of any railroadFurthermore I
Furthermore the elliptical
water tank
Fuerr t eWptt wate 1k
bold many more gallon of water than thetubular
tubular tk That U a great thing on
Wet and Southwestern rae when
there are long haul through a
te a Jr hul tbru practically
<
waterleM countryIo4
Io4 < m 4 br rhyrtcUa and RwpttaU
raUur Johajt Urttda I MI I Palest U U
cia tat I PbrtfcUnf Fntcrtpnoa M years
rD IpnoL
III UM Con coda4drDertet 1
DerfMt Farm RBUVITJier
There U ncUilnr nor amrUilnr and dcUchttuI
for Al wlntert rnkta Try a 1pound Pre
DERAILED ON UIGH TRESTLEThe
The ntUfleld Kxpreaa Ron Over the Tieat
at Dead Mane CurveMOUICT
MOUICT VIOKOK Nov 11The PittaflAldexpress
express one of the fastest trains on t NewYork
York New Haven and Hartford Railroadnarrowly
narrowly escaped destruction PortChester
nrwly pe destrcton at PortChester
Chester last evening Ae the train wasleaving
leaving that place at a mile a minute itstruck
struck a door which had fallen on the trackfrom
from a passing freight car Toe ponytruck
truck of the locomotive w thrownoff
off the track and the train went crashingalong
along the ties on the high bridge at tarentrance
entrance to the
entrno t tw
Tne train ran eon yards along the tiesand
and the paaaengers were greatly shakenup
up before the locomotive could b broughtto
t a stop on the high trestle I was onlyprevented
prevented from doing eo oy the high guardrail
rail T accident happened on DeadMan
Mns carve where a dozen people havebeen
been killedIT
11 WONT BE ALTON P MEEHANDamU
Dennis Cbeeen Imtead Bat Tbat tbeSame
Same New Say ills Frond Pp
A ion waa born t Mr and Mrs John TMeehan
Meehan a few days before election Theproud
proud father W carving ham adInh
h PAk row beanery when the new
that the stork had left his
t stok h a boy a home
rm going to nama him Alton Parker
M said Mr Meehan t h friendsas
as he doffed hi apron and started for hm
But Mr
yesterday M Meehan announcedthat
youngsters that he had nameIve changed his mind about thayoungsters I
Ive decided t name him Dennis h
a You s Dennis and AJtonB Pak
a pretty much the same and anyway
Dennis Is a better Irish nROOSEELT
ROOSEVELT THANKS KAISERAppreciate
Appreciate t the Full the Kind Tee
ef Coed
G
SpttUl Clt DttffteH u Tta SUITBBXUK
BBXUK Nov 1L President Roosevelt
r today a follows to the Eaiaeratelegram
telegram of congratulation upon his electionI
I thank you most heartily and
t mo hear a appreciate
date t the full your kind personal telegram
gram of good willRECORD
g go wlCOnD
RECORD RUN OV P R nIp
Special Tram Gee 181 Mile From Creatline
line te Fort Wayne i 118 MinuteLIUA
Ln Ohio Nov 11MI records o thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad fo long distanceruns
runs were broken today by a special t
from Qxwtline to Fort Wayne lad withOel
General Superintendent Schoyer on boardThe
T distance o 131 miles was covered t
113 mint
This beats the record of a fast matt trainon
o the Pennsylvania which yesterdaycovered
covered in miles bet Harrisburg andAltoona
Altoona In a little lees than 1 minuteXAKBI4GE8
XAKBI4GE8 rRKB IN STAMTOSDWewlr
Wny ieet 4 Jwtlei WB > tpMatBOften > >
Often Preiuluai StampETJiUrovD
ETJiUrovD Conn Nor UU there areno
C marriages t Stamford for the next
few week it will not b the fault of tierecently
recently elected justices of the
rUr
eet Juc te peaceYesterday
Yesterday Samuel Wdncrot on of theDemocraUo
Democratic justice elected announced thatfor
for two weeks he will marry folks for not
tag Today Joseph H Knapp electsdjustice IJUce
justice on the Republican ticket mN
cut with a statement in which he ojcltusishe
he will give premium stamps Mr Welncrot
crot means I if Mr Knapp doesnt and heis
is very anxious t marry a couple althoughhis
his offer line not been taken
hi ofte Dt b upUPHOLD
UPHOLD TITLE 114 YEARS OLDAppellate
Appellate Court Rules for Claimant toStrip
Strip on BroadwayBy
By a decision handed down yesterday
the Appellate Division of the SupremeCourt
Court affirmed a judgment entered on thereport
report Hamilton Odel SB referee a yearago
ago deciding that Hopper S Mott Ale1
ander H Mott and Ruth N Wallace as d
BTendants of John Hopper Jr who die
about 1700 ore entitled to the
abut 10 I enttled ownershipof
ota strip of land on Broadway between
Flftyeoond and Fiftythird streets nowheld
held by Ames R EnoTbe
T strip frt 75 feet on the easterlylid
aid ef Broadway and runs back 5 feetIt
It wet left untouched when tbe old Bloomingdale
ingdale road wag closed by law In 181
The E property abut on this strip andthe
th Enoa claimed ownership of it Theaction
action of the Matte was begun in June 1888and
and took ten years t try The record hitbe
the case la Immense the whole history oftbe
r the viewedTROOPS brad since 1700 having been erxbauvtrnlyr
TROOPS ORDERED TO S LOUISThey
They Will Assist t Protecting FropertyIn
In the ExpositionWABRurorcw
WABRurorcw Nov Ult was announcedat
at the Wr Department today that at tberequest
request o President Francis of theLouisiana
Louisiana Purchase Exposition a orderhad
had bean issued directing eight companiesof I
o the Sixteenth titian try to g from FartMcPhenoa
McPherson to St Louis t assist in theprotection
protection o property in the exposition
They w remain a th fair fortyflvo
days Tberequsetwoabaeed on theground
that It had been the experience In all greatxt1enn
xt1enn as the have drawn ctexpton
expton I
dote that the destructive tendency oa thacreat
part of visitors and others baa resulkd teP
P I t
creat JOBS t Government foreign and
domestic exhibits The troop will b especially
top
daily charged with the protection of I
tmment property and foreign exhibitstnd
GovernmentBALFOCIFS and also p exhibits of t Philippine
BALFOCIFS HOPE FOR PEACEPomt
PoInts to Ute HolentlsU as a Ezui 4fr >
fr AU chsaus3pdai
Setetol cable Dttpatv to ThSracLcieDoie
Loinxw Nov nPr Mniater flak
fourinelotterto a correspondent nfm ng
to the dispassionate and bannoniotw d
cuHion between O 3naa and lagibZipolisntlsti
Kientict at the recent meeting of the
British AM9datlo esysuoulatM
AMI lyettbd
I uoulatM the dizntsresbqdeomnnitof
or aim wbiet thug binds tog I
n t
th wld I O
ooai bretherbood could extrad r
healing tofloeaoe o clas atk
IntereMl a
Ml aates UI Will Appcudihflis
hflis Juliette mores daughter of Mr and
Met George Inneas of lii Wet Ftfty tghthstreet
street b just been operated on for a
Mndicitii Arrangement bad been made
for b wedding t Bradford Ellsworth at
h Collegiate Church Fifth avenue andeighth
Fortyeighth street on Jan U The be
elect U i got well may recover by that
tim She I a granddaughter of the late
Ctaorge Inncse the ptlntorTh
TaIPoaIILb Whiskey I
Uoln 1 Dnr 1 I PtCII1UI
l y
PEEP IN GLASS COST 8UOGulls
eOST8O
OHO BODBBD AJ fUR cowvrs4OF
OF BER FIAXCS SAVINGSTheyre
Theyre t Be Married I TWO Week a
He Dad Gin Money t Pat 14flnkCnlnCky
Day Transfer WIt P
ehu of Simr TraUcd by a TL
L EpIc a domestic employed L4
a furnished room house as UT epoa Thirt
fourth street wan robbed o Ocr feate
day afternoon in a Sixth avenue dry goodstore
store The bulk of the
ltr Te t mooof beloocedto
t Henry Bust a grocer at Set aveau4and
and Thirtythird street whom Miss EppioVexpecta 4erpects
Epl
expecta t marry in two weeks time Tbl
loss of the
Io money wont postpone tim toor
riage but unless it is recovered they dont
expect to spend a very Joyful honeymoon
tp pnd ver joyul hnsRust
Rust and b sweetheart have beenplannlng
nlng to get married for some benpa
Is prosperous and when the dat ofhl w d
ding was set h concluded t turn all bdeayingi
Baringn over t his intended wife 8b
deposited 11025 of his 8
depsIt 1105 h money in her nsin
In the Union Dime Savings Bank atway Bro44way
way and Thirtysecond street and she hiuJ
11
11000 In a Hoboken Savings Bank in h
name Last Wednesday Rust gaveanotr hManother
another thousand to deposit Miss EppUU
did not get a chance t take this money
to a bank until yesterday and by that tiauishe
she had made up her mind to put alb
Intended husbands savings In one bank
She obtained pvrmlaslon of bar employaa
t g out yesterday a m and aha
a
hurried over to Hoboken and drew out
the 110 on deposit there She tucknc
this money in a hand bag and came bacid
to this city U soon 8 ahe could ThfiMshe
lh went to the Union Dime SavingsBanUand
and closed bar aunt there by drawing
out 1025 Counting th thousand doUsxabs
aba had not deposited in th bank aha ha4
13025 tUcked labor hand hair
Epploh was going to deposit all bll
tK of thin money la the Now York 8av1n
Bank at Eighth avenue and Fourteenthstreet
street On the way to this bank aha atop
In a Sixth arcane dry goods store to purichasr
chasr ruff She bout a fur collar at th1tor
ator week and sh thought ahownuldget
get I uutT to match it S want to the ftw
department oa the second floor and
dpartmn 01 t Ind Boo soaa
tound what sho was afterTha a lo
The muff sh bought cost lUG and toipay
pay for I BUs Eppi shod a twenty t
bill from the fat roll in her
bi f t fa rol satcheltold Jiltold
told the saleswoman ah would take A
muff with bar and would carry it without
i being wrapped While waiting for thequarter <
I quarter change Miss Epplohlald her satchel Ion
on the counter among a lot of furs Thenishe
abe turned around to gaza into a pier gloss
to flee how well she looked with her now
fur collar and muffIn
1
In the few minutes while she waa admiring
miring herself her well filled satchel dl4appeared
appeared from the counter MUa Epploh I
didnt dlscoror har lees until she was k
bawled her ojoatter chan Then haMltip t yup
Up a loud err end ttrot d tho mitflSttojacf
cf errerybody on the floorShe
She made known her Ices end manjr
women ympatUMd with herbut howtofcould
could tell her bow nor money and bag Dad
disappeared When Miss Eppioh had become 1coma
coma calm she remembered that two womsnand
and a man had been standing near liCewhen
when sha took the twenty dollar bill from
her bag They must have scon her monojrand
and they had disappeared wlmn hhe turnadiabout
about and dbeorod her Ins The store I
drtwctivus searched tho plnoo for this trioon i i kon
on the meuAre doscriptlor given of themin t
by Miss Epplth They could not be foundiIii t
in the storeMiss 1
j
Miss Eppioh made known her loss abl f
the Tenderloin station nnd Detective Serigeant
geant Sullivan was started out to nee whathe 1
he could do for her He took her to Police 1 i t
Headquarters where she looked over the irogues 1rogues
rogues gallery She found one picture
in the gallery that elm seemed to thinkresembled ireeemblei i
resembled the man who stood near herwhen
when she purchased her muff MlMi
Epplch says this man wore a beard andwaa jWAB
wan well dresswl She wasnt quite surewhether Iwhether
whether the picture was that of the man t
In the lltore or not t
Miss EppIch loft her hardeut Job thatof I
of notifying Rust until the last She Ii
broke the news to him at his Seventhavenue
avenue grocery store He took tie beemuch
much to heart His fiance1 told him overand
and over again all she knew about losingltho
the money and each time the tale wan tojdi
Rust became more downcnvtMiss
Miss Eppich is a buxom Oenrwn girlwho
who works hard for a living She fetvery
very bad about toning her Intended hue t
bands money but she says when theyremarried Jmarried
married shell help him save it again gh
didnt takethJoM nearly as much to hearta I IRust
ufluatdldThe
The police think a clever sneak thief jgot
got Miss Epplchs money The soeakiprobably
probably JaW her draw the money frotntrolled
either the Hbboken or Union Dime bankt I
and trolled her until the opportunity pretented
tented itself of1 robblngf her9xs0oo
9xs0oo ran UVSBADS DEATIIMM
MM Ba Nan Recovers Though lie Lr edJIt
It Months Arise Tunnel AooWentMr
Mrs Mary O Oa Nun widow of Stephen
M Oa Nun cot a verdict for 165000 In the
Supreme Court ywterday against the
New York Central and HudsonRiver Rallroad
road Company and the Wow York New i
Huron cad Hartford Railroad Company
tortheloaaof her husband who died from
Injuries received in the tunnel accidentoa
oa Jan8 W02Mir
Mir Qa Kta warajnombw of the optical4flrm
4flrm of Qa Hun A Parsons at 18 WattForty
Forty Moond street Ho rcoolved eaverombook
mbook in the Occident and developedparacto
paracto from whloh he died on June 8tOQS
tOQS terectwo mouths after the accidentB
n wu 11 yean old and had previouslyenjoyed Ii
i enjoyed porfoot health ma Income waaaid
aid to b more than 10000 a yearMrs i
Mrs Oa Nun sued tor 79000 JuatioeQiewb
Qretobaum tried the caae while BlackCtteott
Ctteott Orober A Boayac appeared forMm IXra
Mm OB Kwi and CX 0 Pauline for theraQroade
raQroade Mr coot laid that the verdictol
> ol t3000 was the largest ever rooordedtihare
where a person injured in a raflway aooUdent I
dent had lived tor so long a time and badMded
atteDded to hW busloeae until a few dayaore IWon
Won his death t
Vrstnc IbM E GUinea for PeclmatterWABBI5OTOX iViABsmOTOX
WABBI5OTOX Nov 1lA delegation otX
Now Yorkers made up of Theodore LGiliman
OlUnian formerly Deputy ConuHrollvr of
New York F HWlUon lately connectedwUh I
with the Republican Speakers Bureau
Martin Saxe and leo Wanmak arrived
rived here tonight for the purpoee of
urging Mr OUUnana candidacy for thevacant
vacant poatmacUnhlp at New York city
They expect to call en t H President to
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