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the sun, , 'Thursday, October s, tm.
DR. WILEY TELLS WHY
Attitude) of Administrations
Towiml I'uro Food Law
t ho Can so.
AXSWKHS CLAIMS OF T. 1L
IIoiizwiIp of Soda and Sitrrlini'iiio
Slartcd Troiililc Willi
TKimt: IIai'tk, Oct. 2.-l)r. Harvey W.
Wiley, formerly olilff chemist of the Auri
rulttirnl Department to-night told why
he tjult tlin llnputilic.iti party and would
t-upport Wilaonimtl Marshall. IIIxreanois,
li; Haiti, are of a pnlillu nature and there
fore he ventnipd to exprex-t tliem in the,
hope that other It'itoroctcil may join
"I nm not tailoring under the halluci
nation," Haiti Dr, Wily, "that the Demo
I'ratlo party in returning to power under
the pri-Krnt leadership will ileal ideally
with nil problem In my own case the,
chief cau of breaking away from life
long political ufillintiotiH if directly duo
to the attitude of the Republican Admin
istrations, thoo of HooHovelt and Taft,
to the food and drugK act, which became
u law in lout),
"Admiring Mr. Hooevelt nn I do for
lils many great services to tho Slate, 1
would not attribute his indifference at
that time to uny cause but lack of con-t-itlpratinn.
"About the time the ndulteratorn were
appealing to the .Secretury of Agriculture
Plffl the President of the United States
1 wiih a (?uest of the Quill Club of Now
lork. A gentleman approached me in a
manner somewhat ctrango I thought.
"'You are doing mote to destroy the
Kepubllran party.' ho said, 'than all it
political opponent. '
"I asked for other information and he
"'Tho Republican party is the bulwark
of the huslneMt of thi country and you
nre attempting to destroy btibiuess '
"At that time I had no idea that Secre
tary Nilbon and President Hoosevelt
wouW join hands to .urnlve a law of
Congress. Shortly thereafter 1 was asked
by the Secretary of Agriculture to go
with him to the I're.-identV ollico. Solici
tor Mil'ube and Associate Dunlap were
ulso or tile party
"Wo met reprosentativcH of manu
facturers, including .James S .Sherman.
At thr.. time a member of the House of
Itepre.xentutives, uiiiearing in the In
terestj of Slierm.in llros of Uneidr., N" V
They spent tho previous evening with the
President, hlmwinx him how Wiley was
ruining ltepublicau bu.suie.ss.
"l'he President turned to the Secre
tary of Agriculture and said. 'Mr Wilson,
do you think the addition of lienzoato of
Kxln to foods is injurious?'
"Mr Wilson answered, 'Yes ' Then.
lurningtou.UhePio3ldeiitsaid l)r Wiley
so you think the use of U'lizoate of sodu
in toods in injurious?'
"I answered- 'I do not think; I know '
" Then returning to the Republican
representatives ol business and striking
l lie tnbl. with a ringing blov. of his (1st
the President said '(iciitleinen, if this
drug is injurious you shall not put it in
"Mr. Sherman interposed "Hut. Mr
President . how about tho .s.iccharin? Mv
linn Kived si.mhi last year by using sac
charine instead of sugar '
"I unfortunately butted in and said:
Yes, Mr President, and every one who
eata these products is deceived, believing
bo i" eating siig.-.r ami, moreover, the
health is threatened by this drug '
"Turning upon me in sudden auger and
lierce visage the President said- Any
bixly who say saccharine is injurious is
mi idn.1 l)r Rivey gives it to me every
"Two davs thereafter the board vu
gazetted It wi-.s received with a shout
of acclaim from the throat of every
udulterutor and misbr.mder of food in
"tioosMVelt gave Dunlap his full con
fidence. After the President had stood
by htm against the adulterators of whiskey
through the influence of Dunlap he up
pointed another committee to reconsider
tho question And DunUp wrote their
report, which was not accepted bv the
President, but was left over to the' next
Administration President Taft lost no
time in utterly renudtetini' theonlv rmitit
on which Roosevelt hud upheld the law.
He directed Solloitor-Oeheral Howers
to hold a trial ami examine witnesses.
This was a Htrangeproceeding.coii verting
a Solluitor-Oenoral'H office Into a court
of justice. It led Justice Harlan of the
:nipr'ine Court to say to me;
"'Wh'ut's this I hem? Thev have been
holding couit in tho White Houpo?'
"1 lephed: "Mr. Justice, you know as
much about this matter as I do. You
have lead lh papers' He responded:
"WVH.uell! Ir'nii'iout time lliisrpiestiori
v as coming up to mv court ' '
I'r. Wiley rend the letter written bv
tel. Roosevelt to V.elier K Meyer of
Winfield. Kan., saving- "The pure food
bill became a law becnupo of the very
ivnve part I took in trving to get it
Ihrougli ('(.ngnvs. 1 iiK"d,inen like Mr.
ti'irtleld. Secretary of the Interior, to
t'.id me in tho light."
"When I first requested Mr. Roosevelt
to re. minuend the h'.w he declined, and
d hai his letter," said )r Wiley.
ACIOItS AS SPELLBINDERS.
"U IImhi -f iicMU leal l.enuiie lo Until
first Ojien' Mr leclliic.
The ailors rfo nre o'lt lor (iov. Wilson
will tn.ve a i.ieeiuig at S o'clnel; to-ilay in
'limrs Sqii.ue to dedicate the IIiik that
has h en si rlih'.l iiciobs llinuilway just
mi th of fin I tliuil street
l.-( 'i .loll h'iii of TeMis nll s,e,ik, ami
(.an- 1. 1 tli - m ii. r- will tal.e a hand in tin
s . Ii iii.imhi' iiiso II. Woods is ires.
ih'.it nl r Mil-. in and Maislmll Tlieiitrii-nl
I "ii'jce, v 1 ii Ii litis cli irtfe of the ili'iUciiUon
. H.MKI, '( iium-is IsilhiTtiir, :ii. Plileeon
i .ii.. M-iiin .mil .Ma-mi Peters Is chairman
i: llie t ei ulie coiiiiuittee
l!r.le fur lleiluea mill WmlsMiii'th.
Ih" Crir I 1 1 .in Mate iiuniiitii-i has nr
i mwi a i. nm I ii-i nl stKMlilii': dales fur
.lull I. lii'd-es. i ,i in I uiii 1 1- tin- (.inerniir. and
.liuiii - S Uiidsuoiih, c.-indliliite for ,uu-ti'niiiit-i.iiM'rnor
Mr Wailsnurlh sis-aks
; iiiuhl m liiu'iliead. It. I. (In October s
will sivaU in l,lli..il, anil Mr. Iledires
will s-ak at llerldincr and at the I'lnrlda
fill-. Until oT Hiimii will he in Westchester
iniii-tv up October ;, ami Mr Wnilswotth
.ul -i r theie the next two dais.
William I'lliin Sees Mr. Pei-Ulnii.
William riinn ol I'llislnirif niipeured
vii.ieid.iy in the Prnure-sn e juuliotial
In adiiianei in Hie lloiel ,Mniiiuitd,.
lie hud a Inmr talk with (,nore . J'l.rklns
iilioul Hie lainii.nii i-oiililliutloiM laves.
Jr.ilioii in VViiliiiiniii ni, r 1 t-
o h 1 1- ' nanny In-tin i ilii ( '!,. f i ' o ii i mi 1 1 ee
W.llson eeep IliilioUen Din nor.
Cio Wilson has arrpnied nn liivltalloti
I" th'' 'I rr of Hie Woofirow Wilson ( luh
of llohol.cn In Oddfellow's Mall on October
Mil 'I ,'P
V 1 .
2 - Tim resull
'if ! - I
nm i.' ,.
'K-'.isijrf h.ii.si fnr (invfrnnr
' A ,M. ridii.f ins. n
11 lilittr I'rurrr Mrllr. Si
y the .0 r. en,,, thai ,n cnmpleia nepub-
v"i nr a inrter pmral.
NICAEAOUAN REBELS DEFEATED ,
(lotrrnmrnl Fiircea ot l'ttriilii;i
I'nrnit Near l.nper,
WaSIIINUIOV. Oct. 2 -NIcHNIgl'llll
rehe's weie defealed vestetdav in mi
attuck upon (iovertimetit force at l.up.i
according to nruio uepartmuut advices
Rebels from l.eon, under Julian Irla
the exile who came from Costa Rica to
join the Involution, were repulsed by the
liovernnieiit lorces under (len, Iqiiez,
although the latter had only hou men
against '.'.uuo soldiers in the relic
force. It Is stated that the rebels lost
heavily. I hey ore now being pursued
It is U'lloved that, disorders occurrei
in l.eon last night, although definite
advices are lacking. It Is reported that
the rebels turned ncalnst their com
manders following the news of the defeat
ol the lorce led Dy Irlas.
It has been learned at Managua that
(len. Ancitncion Mad, a Federal leader,
w-oh killed Monday near Jlnotenc. A few
days before a rebel general named Ar-
guelJo was killed near Hlvas on Lake Mca
The bombardment of Ilarranca, tho
fortress near the city of Mnsaya, has
ceased temporarily. It Is uudorBtood
that President Diaz hat) offered humane
terms of mtrrender to (len. Zcledon, who
is now holding the fortifications, uno
condition of the inhabitants of Mnsaya
is very distressing, according to the
stories being told by refugees from that
Tho cruiser Cleveland, with flen. T.tils
.Mena. the man who hciran tho nresent
trouble In Nicaragua, on board, has ar
rived at Panama, lien. Mena In so ill.
It IsKtated, that ther is no need for anxiety
as to his movements in tho Immediate
future. Ho will lie placed in tho hospital
at .ncon, t;anai .one.
FOREIGN PAPERS TAKE "ADS"
OF ALL PARTIES, SAYS HEAD
i roMKit'iit iinminci'imjr urdnres
A lipped Toft Contract
litlis X. Haiumerling, piesideiit of the
American Association of Foreign Lan
guage rsewspaperp. wasn't disturbed
when questioned yesterday alioiit Sena
tor Dixon s testimony that tho Taft
managers wero liuying up newspapers
printed in foreign languages.
"It's the best advertising we've ever
had," said Mr. Haiumerling. "If the
committee wants me to testify I'll gladly
do so. We have nothing to conceal."
"Are you an agent of the Standard
Oil and the tobacco interests?" Mr. Ilnm-
merling was arked.
"1 am not," he replied. "We take their
advertising, but it comes to tm from their
agency. We're glad to get it."
Mr. Hammerling explained that his
association is composed of 531 newspapers
divided as to their nlitical stand in this
campaign as follows; Hepuublicau, IB?;
Progressive, I'Ot; Democratic, 02; So
cialistic. 11. and religious, 0.1.
"In 1608." said Mr. Hammerling. "in
the first McKinley campaign, when Mark
Hauna was chairman of the Republican
National Committee, the newspapers
in our association got $190,000 for adver
tising. "In 1001 when Theodore Roosevelt
was the candidate and George It. Cor
telyou chuirman of the National Com
mittee w got about SAO.OUO. In IWW
I think the sum was about loo.OOO, and so
far in this campaign $30,0110 for adver
tising has been contracted for by the
Republican Nut Ion nl Committee."
Mr. Hammerling denied that there
was a stipulation that newspapers which
received scuh advertising should not
lake any other kind of political adver
tising. "In 1011 we handled J-s.ooo of Standard
Oil advertising and tt.OUO so far this year.
In 1B11 WO had JHO.OOO of Inluiirn nilv-r.
Using and this year we have had J3O.0H0."
PAINT MEN AT THE CASINO.
See "The Merry Countess" After n
M") liny In ' rntlnn.
Her an nil day business session the
National Paint. Oil and Varnlsp Association
now In convention! lit tho Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, attended a lierlorinanee of "llie
.Merry Countess" ut the Casino Inst night
fler the thenlro N'jpnur was seru-d at tho
I lie Indies who. -ire iiitlnif the convention
luid a siuhtsneinir trip ot Sew- nrl; in the
alternooli, eliding with tea at the Whitehall
The dai" was cien over bv the ili.lnr. ..in
to the acceptance of a new constitution and
To-day's programme includes a business
seson, a boat trip around New orl(
harbor, to the Crescent Chili for luncheon
und n banquet at the Waldorf In the
GOVERNMENT BANK REPORT.
Incrrnsf In Deposit Nine,. ,,
Loss nf Cash Shown.
siiim.ion, Oct . The Comptroller
of the Currency to-day Issued a ttulenient
showing the condition of the 7,317 national
hanks In tt.e t nited State at the close of
business on September t lust
'llie statement shows that the tnlnl of
loans and discounts Is I0,ino,sit,v7n a uuln
or su,'.i.iii,s.1s ebon ii by tin. call or June
H llie iiish is j'.tiS.'.i.-.l.u'.M, n loss fmni
June u of fvi.'.'.M ,kno. 'Uie Individual de
posits are tl.s'ii, H7ii,li07, a train of JiW.'.'os m:i
.s compared with the lluures of a eUr
ago the lollouliiic gains nre shown Loans
.l77.t:),l(i7. cash, t7.".,s7, deposits, still -7t.'.i!iV
.Mine June It there has been an
luereuso of teiily.h, Imnks
Other Iti-uis shown )y the leport lust
Issued ale bonds mid seuuiltles. u'lli .
iris.imo, stieiie J7i:t,tUli.HGii, and t'l'iite'd
States bonds held to secure circulation
Ii:m.os.1.s:ii Owidrart or i'.'u.lBs,oiio,ai
reported, and hiiil tenilernntes oiitsiiindlng
UL'ifreKnteil IH-j.UMi.tMNi. 'llie capitiil stock
of the banks Is st.oiu iiu.tHsi. suriilus, Siiii..
u? I, nun, am undivided lunllts, 2f.',7:i' iki,
I lie bunks in New rimlanil slniw kiiiiis
in loans of s,7iil,iut, but losses In cash or
S'.'.UKI.'.'tll and III d"ists nt f i.ikiii i.v, 'J'he
bunks In .New ori city show los-s in all
tlin-o Items as rolluws Loans, s,l7u 7:i
cash, S:i."i,:i:ii,3ll deiosts, l7.M7,."ilu I he
total of nil the banks In the Eastern States
shows Inn ruses in Inaus or sill.iii" 7M a
loss In cash or S.'Cltll'.tii'.i ami a train 'in tie.
posits ol Ull t.'.t.7ll.i 'llie Middle Western.
Westernaml I'licltloSlates ulso show marked
UUUI9 in deposits,
MASTER PRINTERS FOR WILSON.
.Straw Vole Taken nl t'onxresa Slum
,Hhn 'I'. II, Second t'lioler.
The closing session of the cost con
gress of the Muster I'l Inters of tho
middle Atlantic Ktales was held
tcrday ut Carnegie l,.vreum.
A .straw ote was taken on tin.
1'icslilcnllal cnnillilntcs. The vote stood.
Wilson, Ifil Hoosewdt. 117; Taft, S7;
Uebs, 7; Prohibition, 3; scattering,
Wllana to llentrr anil Hack In III
lla j n,
fiov WilMin lelt ew Uuk at rt .Ti o'clock
last nlBht nn the Peiinsylvunln ror p trip
which will t.-ilio lilin to Denvsr mid hack In
ten days. Uo will bpsak this arternoon In
fdliuiBpolIt, ..Other plures which lie will
touch ui are hokomo, Plymouth and Peru.
Ind Chlcnim, Omuhs, Lincoln. Denver
loprkii, hunsas City, St. lxiuis, C'jntori
Minuter YVUIle. at Ilia Ptiat,
WAHiiiNnjON, Oot. 2.-Chnrls D. While,
American Minister to Hondurna, Ims or
rived at TegTiolgalpa, tho oipiuil, after
";- muminw gpvvv in trie, united
Thai Is Why Slit; Is liiiniiin;
for .hiilr of the Court
NOMINATED BY SOCIALISTS
Doesn't Like tho Idea of Stump
iii-:. but Will if Sho Has
To, She SuVs.
Miss Jessie Ashley, nominated by tho
Socialists for Judge of the Court of Appeals
In this State, has beon a lawyer In active
practice since 1903. She is the senior
member of the llrm of Ashley A Pope'
and is treasurer of tho National Ameri
can Woman's Suffrage Association Also
she is olio of tho lecturers in tho woman's
law course or the Sow lorK university
Law School, and is the author of a number
of articles on socialism.
Miss Ashley seemed amazed yesterday
afternoon when an Inquirer at her very
legal lookiug offices asked whether she
was real I v eligible for ii iudireshio. If
there should be a bit; enough socialist
vote to elect her.
hv. mv In other, wlin Ih dean nf
Uie Sew lork University J.aW School
and considered somewhat of an authority,
has always maintained that a woman is
perfectly eligible for the Presidency of
mo unnoa mates, sue repnou. "tie
says that unless there is some clause
In the Constitution of tho United States
or of an individual State, or in a statute
specifying thnt a certain ofllce is open
oniy to men, women are quite at nncrty
to run for it and to take it If they can
Miss Ashley explained that her main
idea in seeking a court office was to win
n position where she could help the labor
"Questions of the constitutionality of
certain laws relating to hours of labor,
workingmeu's coniieniuitinn and similar
proutems irequently como up mere,
she said, "and It seems to me that now thev
are too frequently decided in favor of
the capitalist class. I want tho workers
to havo fair play not merely technical
iiur piny, out an out ana out square aeui.
I have never taken a case against a work
ing man or a working woman, and I never
"Are vou coinc to rnmnnlim for vonr.
self?" Miss Ashler was asked.
".No; I don't behevo I would care to do
any stump speaking, she answered
"nfthnuch if the nartv manncrers think
it wise I shall have to appear now and then.
i uo most oi t no insiue worn ncre, ana
my partner generally takes the court end
oi our cases. -
MORE BETTING ON ELECTION.
Wilson ii M roll a Fat orltf Snlteh
In Taft for s,.t.i,, Place.
The letting in Wall street on the election
warmed up yesterday considerably and
continued to show Wilson still the strong
The comment of the men among whom
betting odds were quoted, chiefly curb
brokers, was on tho comparatively recent
switch to Taft as the favorite for second
place against Roosevelt. .
The odds agulnst Roosevelt are now
quoted nt I to 1. Against Taft the odds
nave shifted to 3 to I.
i no most prevalent otioled odds on
Wilson are 2 to 1. brokers maintain that
the possible danger of tho election heinr
inrown into congress is a ractor that
prevents longer odds on Wilson. The
superiority or Vinson's strength over
ion, or ltooseveit, nowover. Is reckoned
mucn higher man 3 to l. Udds of 3 to 1
on Wilson aro by no means rare. nnH sev
eral quotations of 7 to 2 were heard
une oner was made yesterday by a com
missioncr of 3 to 1 that Wilson would
poll more votes than both Taft and
Jioosevelt. Kven money was oITered that
I aft would not carry seven Htates.
A commissioner wanted 3 tn 1 thnt
Straus would bo elected Governor. He
asked o to s irom bettors who might want
to wager against the iTogresslve candi
TO WATCH FOR RUNAWAY FANS.
.Numerous VomiRiitrra Yield to the
l,it re tif the World's Srrlri.
When the crowds begin to gather for
ho first game of the world's series next
uesday afternoon there will be a special
quad of policemen patrolling tho neigh
borhood of Coogan's Bluff, with their
eyes open for small, eagcreyed youngsters
who look as though they might havo run
away from home,
Commissioner Waldo has received nu
merous letters during tho past few days
from parents in nearby towns saying that
their small boys have mysteriously dis
appeared, lured to New York, thev believe,
by tho attractions of tho world's series.
Peter Dovercaux of 1B17 Kidge avenue,
Philadelphia, rfays that Peter, Jr.. ago
ID years, left home last Sunday with 1150.
From small boy friends of Peter his father
learned that he was bound for tho Polo
One youthful fan's visit came to an
abrupt end yesterday. Two days ago
twelve-year-old Joe Hyan. who came from
MJIburn, N. J., to be on hand when tho
umpire calls "play ball!" Tuesday, was
brought to tho Children's society by a
policeman who found him on tho street
corner at 3 o'clock in the morning, hungry
nnd with no pluce to sleep. He hud
squandered his entire fortune, of 60 cents
He was taken home by a probation ofllcer
FOURTH WALKE DEATH.
I'linrriil for 1'iillr Victim of tatitl
Ai-i'iilrnt llflil nt iMitiirt,
Nkwcoht. Out. '.'.-Tlu. number of
victiiim wiih inortai,cl to four whnn Chief
(unmrH Malt K. II. Crawford of thn
dcritroyiT I'attwrhon, ono of tho umpire
for tho hHwI trial, who wan on llie Valk,
ilU-il aboard tin' hospital Hliip Holaon to-day
Only Flint' CIiihh Fireman J. Deluney
of tin) Wftlliii Ih on Iho datiRur Imt now
Tho other men injured woro reported
as doiiiK well.
A funeral Hervice wbji held In the after
noon on hoard tho nnval tug Ontario
for I.ieut, .Morrison, ManhiniHt'it Mates
Itiinipf and Wilder, and Chief (lunner'a
.Mate Crawford. It wan conducted by
. iicii'iitiun .,uni)iii .ii, j . .tii.-iiiuty ana
II. .M T. Rearcti.
NothitiK definite reKardiiiK the Pause
of thduoi'ident to the Walko will be known
until after (he board of Inveittigation
Wllllll but little CM I in lnaeno1 nt II..
IncideiitH that occurred on board the Walks
hi i ne i une oi me accment it nan oom one
lliat thoae who eacaped allva from tho
engine room owo their Uvea to a member
of the crew who turner! nit the
from the port engine Immediately after
mo iA.niniiju , ln nmu, wnoBe name is
known to tho board of inquiry but has
not boon given out, with a wrenoh turned
off tho flow of steam. Had not this been
done, every man In the engine room would
have been scalded to death.
Marshall at TarlaT Chamber,
Gov. Thomas R, Marshall. Democratlo
candidate for Vice-President, will speak
SAYS HE SMUGGLED GEMS.
t.'uslonm Alien! ,trrrt Diamond
Malfdiiaii nm Iteturn l-'i-oin Canada,
Many complaints of diamond smuggling 1
across the Canadian bolder havo come
to the Custom llott authorities l.itolyi
and yesterday Customs Agent Isaac Wil-
son arrested Herman .Sagmaii, u sales-!
man for the firm of Frledlunder A llurt
lio'rfsky of U Maiden line Wilson says
1,n ,.M. ?,.... U.. n .l!n......,,l. ...Av.l. I
v .uua iiwii, -Hiiiiu.i uiuniMiiii', nuiiii
I3.0J0, alleged to be part of $I,WM Worth
tho prisoner received in Montreal for his
Beforo ho left Montreal, it is stated,
Ragman went to tho United Htatos Con-sul-Oeneral
and made out an Invoice for
12,312.23, which was regularly entered
at tbjs port, l'he gems seized hero, the
authorities declare, were port of the
original shipment and were brought into
Iho country without payment of duty.
Before United Htates Commissioner
Hhields Bagman waived examination and
was held In S2.MM for tho Grand Jury.
VON STADE INJURED AT POLO.
Fell From Ilia 1'iinr In Mnklnic
Iiuiik Mtroke and Ilruke Collnrhnnr.
While playing a olo game on the field
or .1. B. Pblpps at Wostbury, L. I.', last
evening F. S. Von Stade leaned too far
over his pony, made a long stroke and
missed. Before ho could recover his
balance, ho fell on his right shoulder,
breaking the collarbono In such n manner
that he will be unable to ride acaln for
Mr. Von Stado tried to finish the game
but wan forced to retire.
Mr. Von Stado is the son of Frederick
H. Von Stade, a manufacturer of bristles
at 73 Beekman street. His home is at
532 Fifth avenue. He was graduated from
Hurvard University in 1807 and is a mem
ber of the Union, Racquet and Tennis,
Meadow Brook and Biding clubs.
OVER $1 ,000 A DAY ROLLS
it . fl . f
Ml alls ItaVP !Mi,i)IM,
and Mrs. Straus $2,o00
Total, SLU 28.93.
The Progressive State committee re
ceived in tho thirty-three davs from
Augu&t 28 to September 3i contributions
omountmg to 34,8flO.I2. Of this Oscar
S. Straus gave in three donations $V)0
and Mrs. Straus gavo $2,500 more. Under
tho law a candidate for Governor is lim
ited to $10,000 in gifts to his party. August
iieciiscner gavo .',uuti in tnreo donations.
Frederick M. Davenport, candidate for
Lieutenant-Governor, cave H.ikki. II s
Wilkinson, a Syracuse banker, also guvo
Other contributors were:
W. M. Chlldi. .VX). !)r I.. Pierre Claik.
$2."., Mrs. Winston Churchill. Thomas (5,
Daiiford, $100; John Kckert. fioo: Herbert
A. Scheftel, ISOn; Schaeter Urns., ilnw.
Helen Annan Scrlbner. Iioo: U-wls M Hart.
$100; Arthur . Wee, :.. Abraham Chlni.in,
$100; liobcrt I,, llncon, $1,000; lllchnrd Well;
$100; (5. II, Townsond. treasurer. Ja.OOi).
Croman A. Slrher, Si.Ooo. Dr. Lyman Abbott
$50: Paul M, Hurzos, $.V), .1. Haslarher. $nxJ.
William Wlcke. $100- H S. Castles, f:w.
M. H. Ilrevoort, ii:.u, Frederick U, Kip. jo.
Monsun Morris, l.lw.
Mr. Towisend. who turned in Ift.noo. is
treasurer of the committee which is so.
curing money to help cover the expense
of obtaining petitions of nomination.
Thecommitteo previously acknowledged
$9,288.71, wldoh makes a total received up
iu aepiemoer ao oi t.l.-B.l;i.
Tho greatest sincle eirx-nso is lnirl in
the petitions. The cost so far is $U.0J5.M.
and it is probable that the committee will
have to ay out at least $10,000 more for1
this purtiose. The speakers' bureuu cost
It.Ool and salaries cost 1-S.8I0 more. The
committee had a balance on September 30
DOESN'T KNOW WHAT SHE DID.
In .llounl Vernnn,
' Mian Hazel Piilver, the nincteen-year-
old datlKhterof Mrs. Sarah Piilver, n widow
of 010 Went 1.1M street, who dronned I
out of night on Tuesday evening after
tolephoninR to her mother from Times
Kmiar.. w-.t f.i.liul .it 1 nVlnM.- il!,.
momine weetiina on the eten of Mm
hliziitxHIi llowo hoiiso at 212 bouth Sixth
avenuo, Mount ernon.
Sho wan unable to toll who hhe wan or
how Bho had wandered ho fur from home
She, was Hent to St Vincent w Hospital
In the meantime a General alarm had been
sent out for tho younp woman and she
was later Identities y tier mother
After reealnlnc her eomnostiro Minn
Piilver said nlie was unable to rerull
anythint! that had happened. Shu was
After start ine for homo on Tuendav
eveninenho cot ofTa train at Times Koimn.
and telephoned to her mother t lint t.lie
had to leave the subway liecauso 8n
wasn t rol nn well and would take a
Miss Pulver ih a graduate of Wndleiirh
High Sehool and is employed as it stenog
rapher in Wt Twenty-ninth street.
ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT AT 62
PHIl.AiiKi.fitu, Oct 'i I'rlilent Asa
H Wine, the Hixty-two-year-olil nrtvldenl
f (lie Provident Life and Tnwt CotiipHiiy,
mioiiiiivd hit enenKeint'iit to-day tn .Mm
Illabet I It. Wood. Illu wlilou of Mr WIih-'m
Mr. Wlnir Is n Ounlier nnd wa horn in
Kfinilw it'll, Mas, in 1S30. He uim pdlk'iitiii
at the Mones. Ilroun Hcliool, Pioviiii'iu-e,
it , nnd entiTi'il Die bcrvice of tlie Provi
dent Trilfit Coiniiany when he wiih Imt
ir eurH old. He roue I rum the position of
iihMstaiit to the actuary to vlii-piesident
in lsl nnd he rot In oil (IiIh olllce lor thiity
one ycar. In ItHW he wan elected president
to mit'ceed Hninuel H. Shipley
lie in a tneinber olllie bouril of iiiuiiiikith
nf llaverford t'olleite and N clmirmuii of
the boiird of truateea of William Perm Chat
You know the answer; fill it in and credit the
amount to profit and lots every time you go to
Philadelphia and uie the one hour and fifty
minute fliers of the
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Anothar aaving-you don't have to hunt time table.
s our waicn is your
Liberty Street every hour on
e hour. Ten minutes of the hour
rrom west ZJd street.
. ,, ,
U'0,'l'esSiV(! llll(Illtift for (tOV-
ernor Shakes Hniuls and
Talks to Farmers.
IU SV J.V THREE COUNTIES
Says Money Should Ho Raised
Easily on Farm Improve
ment, as Abroad.
Watebtown, N. V.. Oct. 2. Oscar S.
Straus worked harder to-day than at
any other time since he started on his
first campaigning tour. lie Indulged
in somo real, right down old fashioned
campaigning In ten towns and dictated
a telegram accepting tho nomination of
the Independence League, offered to him
In a telegram from Herbert It. Llmhurg
of Sew York.
The candidate and Mrs. Straus exerted
themselves to get next to tho people dur
ing tho day. At Lisbon, where tho party
arrived at 11:30 o'clock In the morning,
Mr. and Mrs. Straus, waved aside a
waiting automobile and marched in the
procession whloh moved to the town hall
bohlnd tho local band.
At DeKalb Junction, a tiny hamlet near
Ogdensburg, tho candidate unnounoed
to a group consisting chiefly of old men
and women of all ages that he was "not
dead but speechless" and then proceoded
to shako hands all around. This is the
first time the candidate has indulged in
such tactics and ho nppeured to enjoy
the business. Mrs. Straus had a quiet
conversation earlier in the day with somo
trainmen who gathered about tho candi
date's car at Norwood.
"Tho trainmen are with us." sho said.
..lot, .itri j i;i till II uniiw-iii;
uiiey ro. It would be a regular walk-
away for us."
Somo otio asked Mrs. Straus why she
didn't make some speeches and sho pro
tested that she wouldn't know what to
The chairman of tho leception com
mittee which met Mr. Straus here was
ex-Assemblyman Andrew Tuck, father
of Prof. Charles Henry Tuck, head of tho
Cornell aricullursl school, The ex
Assemblymun, who is seventy-five years
old, has beon nil his life a Iicpublicau but
is now a j-rogrcssne. air. niraus s au
dience here was largely made up of farm
ers and tho candidate told them where
he stood on the question of form legisla
tion and reciprocity. He said further:
What our fanners need first and foremost
Is mi easy method of roMni money at
moderate rates of interest In order to make
sucli Improvements on thejr farms as me,
be demanded nnd not have to niortMce
them. Hut ue want them to be all to
get loans, commercial lo-ms, on lon.-i (i.'.e
nnd easy payments. .Vow that Is not
sonifthlni? I " l o 1 1 i :i 1 1 'Hint is whit the
farming communities of Germany and
lWhco have. What belter security Is there
In the world ft.r loaning of money Ibnn
farm Imurovcme.'ts, and yet you cinnot
get u loan on farmini; Improvements with
out mortgaging your future and paying an
eceive rate nf Interior
Heferenco to reciprocity brouclit real
applause from tho farmers, who ore al
most within n stone's throw of Canada
Mr. Straus said:
We want to- do for the farmer all that
ne properly should do, lierau-e basically
we are a farming people, nnd it Is the basis
upon which the pyramid of our prosperity
l ot nun reason e want that reel-
lirocity i.nv repeoieu. n una never drown
for the benefit of t lie farmer. It was un
wisely roncelveil unil iinjiiHtlyeontrilcted '
At Mnlone. wliero the fli-st utop of tho
day was made, there nat on tho platform
in the opern lionie Ivnido Mrw. Straus
the niatenial mint of (!ov Hiram .lohn
Hon of California, Mix Mary M I'utnam.
The little gmy haired womnh liliwhed and
Mulled when Mr .Straus referred to her
uh "the iatriotic and nllectionate aunt of
that intrepid champion of tho people's
riKutn. uiritiii ijouutiou
'Ihe candldnte Htonned iltirinr the ihv
lpt Oouverneur, IMillndelphia and Cur-
l"''KV- "?,IHM"' were mailt, in three
mue, oi iiieiue. rrilllKUU aim .let.
furthest north was leiinhnrl nt
Point, which is in St Iawrenco
Sltyroekets in tho hands of marching
Hull Moosers lighted Mr Straus's entrance
into Wtttertown to-night Tho audienou
of 1,000 in the City Oiiera House was the
most enthusiastic one he has yet ad
dressed. Ever-gilie at the Ikissim and
Mr. Straus was unusuallv mi roam in in
referring to them brought forth a round
ot Jiautlclapplng and cries or "(iood, good;
that's the stuff "
"I don't propose to degenerate into a
politician," declared Mr. Straus, "and am
willing to leave my candidacy in the hands
of tho noonle."
The campaigning party will remain in
IWntertown over night und go to Utlca
in tho morning.
SOFT COAL PBICES RISE.
.t nlhrHi-tte MliorlnKr Sin re Snlil to
He 'un- Mine Schedule .Normal,
On account of Iimi than the iiual htipply
of t.olt coal comlnit to market recently, nuft
coal operator snlil ye-iterday, the irlce
of Holt coal, which liad been Meadv for
iiioiithi', have adtuneed within the last day
f -I Wltienlierif, president of tint I'oca
liontus and Now ltlver Coal t'liiupaiiy,
iiHcrltied this partly to the NiippoNi-d bhort
nueiii the cupply of anthracite, but mole
lu n conicpation of trallie
liepreneiitallveH of the coal tiade hald
that witch uiiiiHiml iiiuuitlticH of anthracite
have been mined duiluu tlie I imt two inontlm
t lut t the 8li6rtatte in the niipplv lias hfen
leiliiced practically to a lieKllullile point
1 he premium hint liiereaned recently irom
II over the hchedule price to l ..' n ton
dealent competliiK lor It when tlinv want it
in a hurry, while the coal companies have
not Increased the Hchedule price nnd tlo
nut Intend to ralmi it
ume iadia. i
The Fall and Winter 'Edition of the Ne w York Tele-1
phone Directory goes to press Thursday, October 17th.
Telephone service must oe arranged for on or before
that date in order to have. Directory listings appear i
in this issue. Call,, write or telephone ?to nearest &
11 Dy Street
ISO Oirhmrd sitm!
i Orriiard ixw
n r.sM-jeih strrri
lis Wnirah Hired
1J7 Wt iaih street
tW Kilt 1MB Street
rARRorKAOTAr-nirdiall CeclralATta. rar Rotalwar mil
TnMfKKRVII.I.M-444 Tompkins Art. i TamBMUTllM) l4
tTKarr MSW BllluaTON-lliColamkUtRt. Weil rtrlthton X4 '
AIIT SALTS AMI KXIIIHITIONH.
TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS AT 3:30.
In the Fifth Avenue Art Galleries
Main Entrance, 1,3 and 5 West 45th Street,
MR. JAMES P. SILO, Auctioneer,
will disperse at absolute auction
The Costly Effects of Luxurious Homes
WILLIAM BAUMGARTEN Si CO., HAYDEN & CO., POTTIER t
STYMUS and others.
Elaborate Suite of nearly all periods. Valuable Marble Statuarv, Antique
iuss. narc oronzes. urapcricsana
SKW VOItK Netr Vorli City.
Tor (ilrlt nnil Vounc Tamtn.
The Veltin School
CENERAL COURSE AND
UNUSUAL ADVANTAGES IN
FRENCH IN EVERY GRADE
Number of pupils limited to twelve
in cyich class. Fireproof school
building, thoroughly equipped.
160 AND 162 W, 74th ST.. N. Y.
Connrctlnc "itli 4 IncIuJInc ICS T4 St.
SEVENTEEN EAST SIXTIETH STREET
A C A I) i: M I C COURSE
COU.Kfir. PREPARATORY COURSK
DOMESTIC SCIENCE FINE ARTS
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER SECOND
j LANCEY SCHOOL
IIlBh .School and Collere prP.
paiator-. Primary Clien for Boys Kinder-
Lli"t for Boys Kinder
Ittonens Oct. I. Telephooe
MISS DAY announces that
THE COMSTOCK SCHOOL &
lorateil at r.a Kast sad Ht reopens Oot. Id.
Hoarding ptiptli irnm IS to 21 years of are. Day
pupils from to year.
241 Central Pirk
West, cir. MtD St
Hotrrtlor anil Day School for ClrK Co Hero Pr
paratory. Special rlae. ltropent Oct. 7nd.
.1 rt HI at St.. tYnlral Tark. tlet"
A tliurniiKlityraulpprU, Ionic eMablUhfil school.
Cullrtc rctllliratrv riav.es for little boys.
. ., .f1"7 r,"h
Day anil llo.irillni .School for lilr!.. 57th. year,
Itrmlar anil uperlt coiirhcs. I'ost-iraJuata
lecture ronrsa In Urania, opera. Kocloloev. elc.
ran institutk or musical aht op tru
C1TV OfMff YOIIK-Frank Damrosch. IlireoMi"
York" ldres is) t'larcmont Ar.. New
LA CHUl-NO f'll.NNKKVATORV OK HU9I0
1.. U. HuLbarU. Dlrrclor. 13i W. asm St.
All Urades. All Hranclia., Send for Catalatat
Tor llotli Hexes.
MISS CH AIRES' SCHOOL
Klniierrarten and Primary. Hoys T and (1 Irla
lZ"i!J,',f"i: lurlnr and Afternoon
liases iJtnauacrs, . um sun v umi n.imi..
l or (llrle and Vaunt Woman.
THE CASTLE SCHOOL
MiSS Mncnn'e Cllhlirhan Cnhetnl lor
wuiiai unit UlellUUIci,!.
Tarry ton n-nn-Iludson,
Far Boys and Yenng Man,
(Ireat Neck. I I.,
For Boys and Younr Men,
A OOUNTBT SCHOOL FOR
MEW JEgBEY Uoboksn.
Far Bon aadTatuui Maa.
, STEVENS SCHOOL
Rlter nt. bet lih aail aik mi. m.v.i u -
RMS.M s.m. satW, m '
i .-ew lorn
ror irla over K and younis 1
r Sohnol tnp Mill- -I.T..
I ilrr U.
'lis 'iuropean Annei. All ad- I
tlful en1ronment. Certin- I
tcadlnr rolleee.. Athlil I
I rate i
V. ii is
lint l'iirillliilnrii...riHK... J
i I.L.M., Lock box Haa
Addrni ntrpXott If:
II WltliihbT Street Main Ian
street swim ixne
nt Hithnth Avenue Melbnth 1101A
ui lirojultrar Wliumibur tnt .
0 Main Btrert "lMlnw riiiUafimt .
ART SALES AND KXItlBITIONS.
Crystal uriandelicrs. IN ox on Exhibition
NEW VOKK New York Cltjr.
For ni and Ynuoc Men.
Iformerly iinrhn Collejlnte InMttutoi
18-20 West 89th Street
Uoftt modern bchool buUdmr In itv
sbrolutcly nrrproor. Tlioroucb prep
aration tor all coilctee. Commrmal
ilrpartment. Special attention paid to
imimcuuD. Liaeees limiteu
-. tlnen air tnttructtaa. r
lone nreparea in irnoot. Artrrnuun
recreation clattea. laboratory, Vya
naslum. Forlv-tlrsl ear btjlm Monday. Octo
ber 7lli at the temporary quartern
73-17tt WbiT r.Xti AYR.
Tor rataloirur addrrsn Dr. Otto Koenlr.
T,t West Knd Av Tel.. Illver 6394.
A F. Warrrn. Ilendmatter.
ai ttest urn street.
Botb prepared for th Colleiea and Helen,
tine acnoola. Primary department. Modern
chool bnlltllnK. Well-rqulnped aTnnailum.
37Slh year bealae October 1. .
L. D. RAY. 3S W. 84TH ST.
o50 s,ra,My yv Kn,errd c"e-
..lL'al.'ron, Attention to Each Pupil.
FROM KI.NUERGAIITE. TO COIXECK
I OUK IUI.NDKRl) AND SIXTY GlWIWATns
".YK KNTT.HED COU.KUE.
OUTINO fl,AS3KS. tlY'MNASIIIU, ATHLETIC
FIKLD. HrJOtK.M OCTI. 1ST.
an east aorii Nr.
The 21st Year of
Hamilton Institute for Boys
tW WEST E.D A VB.. S. W. Coa of 9tt SU
Collere and Commercial Preparation.
Hl't :f'KKS Fl-I. TIITnUfMR UVMTk-W
Reopens Oct. 3. Individual instruction and email
Classen; laboratories, nmnaslum. athletics, rata
lor. l'hone 10107 Mrerslde. a4 Central Tark
test, between HQth A 90th Hts.
Iluslneaa Calls tea.
Lexington Ave. & 35th St.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenlnrs.
V0'nl2clJ Stenographic Courses.
InUhlduol Instruction. Mend lor prospectus.
Special I C'laaaea In Ulcber Arcoant
SE "'l, i Commercial Law
Will commence Wednesday Krenlna.
October a. .Number Limited. Reals
tm Bail Ua4.
Dir aa Xreolsi Beaaiona.
Al School or Residence.
Sand (or Catalogue.
. Madlion Square am Broadway)
2"'?.? At., nr. lrflkaJlL
Lanniaie Both Htiea,
i tbvsi riyttefday.
it i T i eiinmn iVAi
i.anevu 1 uruy i
we p wave.