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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Rain to-day or to-nlglu; fair and colder toi
morrow; west winds.
Detailed weather report! will be found on page 13.
VOL. LXXX. NO. 49.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1912. Copyright, 1912, hy the Sun Printing and Publtthing Auoeiatlon,
GAYKOR MAY BAR TAG DAY.
Mnor(fa Disturbed Orrr PoMlhll
iY at Mayor's Illsaiiprovnl.
Will Mayor Oaynor stop the big gome
of tag which Moosettea have planned to
piny nil ovor the streets of Manhattan,
Brooklyn and Tho Bronx on OctoW 28?
The ttis ryimmlitAA tnuftns .uUnU.
afternoon was thrown Into conf union when
right after Mrs. Amoa l'inchot had
aroused the mombers to a high pitch of
enthusiasm a woman rose and declared
that although it all sounded very nice,
mIio thought no further plana should Ikj
mucin witnout written assurance of tho
I know that only a year or so ago he
absolutory refused to permit a committee
of very prominent women to collect money
n i nai way ror a hospital.' she continued.
'tin said that nlthnilfrli hn hr.n,hf that
ry- w um.i. ...nv
method of rulalnir fnnHa wn. IM.U
r .w.ua ho ii:iu.iiiuii;
III A small town, where the women know
what elements they were dealing with,
he thought it was totally out of place in
a cosmoxlitan city like New York."
.'ra. "ilium lirant Brown, president
of the City Federation of Women's Clulw,
who was presiding, said that members
or the executlvo committee had visited
Police Headquarters as well as tho Bureau
of l'edlors' Licenses and had been told
that there would lie no difficulty.
According to plan, there are to be four
teen togging districts, each under the di
rection of a captain, who will assign two
lOKXent IO a territnrv. Nr. vnmnn
if she is obviously over 21. is to be al
lowed to go on a solitary tagging jaunt.
All Moouettes oil tkut tav must
in pairs and enough of tbera will be sta-
'.,,v,mv o... ut,.. " """'" -iuuison oqiiare uaraen
................... v.... . J. .till III . niCl , I III mil n.'n .. I .. In ...... . I. .. . .. A
! v uutv iim a siiiKie tin-
inu uncertainty surrounding the much I tagged ncrs-on irnts lnn th Rr.,it
,ci:scut.f(i n:.t oi contributors to Col. mans meeting,
Itoojevflt'.i 1U04 campaign were disci
piled tu-il.iy when Hlmer Dover, former
itcremry of the Republican Notional
Committee, laid bifore thu Senate in
vestigators u complete statement of
This list had been copied from th
books of Cornelius X. Bliss, treasurer of
Die 1304 Roosevelt campaign, nnd had
been laid away by
t') bs called forth for the future culd-
ance of Itepub'lvan managers In the
frying of campaign fat.
Tlio presentation of this list by Mr.
Diner was one of the most sensational
developments thut has occurred In the
present Inquiry. It settles for all time
the controversy over the 1904 fund,
hlch began with the Alton B. Parker
charges eight yeurs ngo and has
cropped out Intermittently ever since.
The list us submitted by Mr. Dover
!so goes far toward settling the con
trovrrsy about the K. II. Harrlman
contribution of S2SO.O0O In iso.1. Th
lilt KlVP the rmmrs nf ttin rnntrihtitni-a
to that fund and thus Indicates thai
the treasurer regarded thu gifts as. part
or the funds for tho national organiza
tion, and not, as Cot. Roosevelt .has
Itallroail 111k Contributors
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Copy of Bliss's List Shows
.?2.000,(K)0 Given By'
BOTH STEEL' AND OIL
Perkins, Then us Now, Grent
Money Getter for
IIAKH I.MAN POT GIVERS
Indication that Bliss Con
Adored it for National
QUIETS ALL CONVROVEKSY
Document Hi von to 11)01. Secre
ting Iy Treasurer riaeetl
JJeforo Clupi Committee.
DISCUSSES THEORY OF LITE.
Sir Oliver Lodge Sara in Conatrnc-
Ion Mar Be Possible.
London'. Oct. is sir nil.-.,- r ',(,...
the noted scientist and president of the
university of wrmlngham. In hit
BcCUMPft'l tlX'tllf.. tr.-rtti. .Unit . I 1. .1
Dover In Chicago recent discussion on the origin of life
wmcn wns started by Prof. Schaefer's
prcsiuentlal address to the British As
soclatlon for the Arhani-.mi.nt .if
ijclenco. Speaking of the construction
oi living matter out of artificially com
uined materia Is sir Oliver aaiii? -it
may be impossible, but the attempt Is a
legitimate one. No one can positively
say it win never be successful."
The lectltrrr. hnwnl'nr rwvlnf a,1
one of the difficulties In theway of the
tutiiiiiii-iii ui wio uream mat lire may
come from a laboratory erpntml nh.
stance. Life, hp raid, ilummii. ,r,....
lor its peculiar manifestations. Energy
is like gunnowder: llf l ilk ih. tri...
ger puller that makes the gunpowder
work. It seems nnlv In lv an nftmlw. .r
atoms, but there Is possibly much more
in it tnan is Imagined. Life Is probably
apart altogether a control, not a force,
tltlF fmmntlllni- t.n .11 . .
to b used exclusively for incidentally controls matter,
of Hlgglns In New York Prof- Lodge thus defined the
Hons of life: "What life has to
Will Probably Go to Oyster
Bay on Monday or
WANTSiTO GO AT ONCE
Colonel Able to Sit Up and
Talk PoUtics With
SENDS WORD TO TARTY
Keep Fight Going Full Mast
Until I Get Back,"
tn .In la
to control tho snontanpiiiix illnlnior.-
tlon of protoplasmic cells.
PTt. II.. .. . . I ,.. .. ...
mo ui snuwB mai nearly an ui? W,L ui mo KunKiia or ino yrala
ireat railroad IntcrrMtn rnntrlhtiiii tn UnJ to BusponJ tht (ll.Hlnt
the ltoosevelt campaign fund In sumi organic material until some appointed
ranging irom XZ5.000 to 5125.000. It ic anu men uirect it along a deter
khows further that many of the blr mined cliannel. That Is all a sportsman
bankers of New York were giving
nnanclal support to the ltoosevelt can
It settles all dodbt as ito whether
Standard OH officials contributed tinn
COO In support of Mr. ltoosevelt and In
dlcates that the monev was never re
tumid. The list shows that an addi
tional $10,000 was. received from II. II.
r.ogers, making the total given by
standard Oil officials $110,000.
does with the energy of gunpowder, lie
withholds the explosion till the 'ap
pointed time nnd then 1 1 horn ft- In a
definite direction. To say that he prj-
pels tho projectile, thercliv
with the conservation of ennrirv u
"This process of tlmlne- and alinln
Is typical of the rnntrnl nf nr..
throughout. The manner nnd method
whereby life obtnins this control
.uuimiu uii umeiais tuu.uuv. I "..v., ntu uumiun mis control
Hut the most stnrtllnir dlHe1nnri In we do not as yet know, but lhn.
uie uucumeni suumittou to-uay was the 1 Pa "1Bl ",e "oi guiue material
enormous fund contributed or raised by processes unless life Itself Is a form of
wru ... .t-iriiiB. ou is now Wot " J .0 miac iiiau in HOI a
Colonel's principal financial backer. Mr. 'orm of energy) and those who hold
I'erklns, according to the evidence sub- nut "fB cannot act at all unless energy
mmea to-uay, turned $260,000 over top" at 118 uisposoi (wmcn is certainly
inn jujufeveu lunu in iau-i. 'inis does "" '"' '" oiumuurou aciivuy or
sot Include the S1S0.000 contribute hv complex organized molecules ami fnrirni
- . .iui,aii ot lu., ur t.v.uuv oy tno I u,u,"i' .... niaiuiriiiru uy rauri'
Internatlnnnl I?nrvatr Cnmnnr., t,,.I activity. Knerirv la not n 1-111,110.
lift shows that all told nt least $130,000 controlling entity at all. it Is n thing to
went tn nnn.nf.it dmj .v... I bo irtilded. Knercrv hv liir u i.u i
so-called Morgan Interests. This was nn1 blundering as a house afire or a
just about one-quarter of the entire onvencss motor car,
In addition to the enntrlhullnna mnHa TCP.TO W.Uf TTAOTW TT ttt nAinm.
hv Mr r.,,l. Y.".""" XAUX.1V
Mrn'. .K, ""."I. .I."".' !,,c",urp ' Federal ,nd
about $150,000. ' Colonial Exprraa Abandoned
C II. Hsrrtmnn rnn.nsnn H . 1. . I Vtjn. 1 ..... .n ,
inion Iuclfic interests, contrlhutort Vnrlf W II.r.n .nj u.rfr.i n.n j
ISO.000: ficorce .T. f.rmM nt th Ifr,:,.i . . i, . . .
rouri Pnrinn imi. .i. r, lo-mgni.
ltallrn.71 Manna.' f" na?u" "
Hv.n T ir '.; , iurn' iew lnal ,ne ""on and Washington pas-
'lCn and Hnrtfnnl nrnt.nl.: I... . .. .
I'rejldent Mell.n ", i.; ."Jl ne 1ew ven and
iap ti.. .. t-.vv, rennsyivania lines Known as the Colonial
SLTO Z continue -ntg
Unbert Mntw r o y. "a"e ".,ver- mmns the per
ns.ooo: ih,, cMmn .,., x.,.u thi:
t-vi inrivuirut, I .luiuo ucmwil IftUIWY I-IIV 1111(1
125.000. the. Chicago, Milwaukee nnd
M. Taul imprests, $25,000. and tho lato
JimiM hponcer, president of the South-
" uauway, $25,000.
"riien liuin Aliont STft.OOO.
Harlem JUver. Their eiplanation foi
. . .- ........ v. .11 n .IUil h
between the Harlem Itiver and the Jersey
shore Is due to many liazards beyond the
Thn i..., t . . control or tho railroad transfor steamers.
The latf. John Dryjen, president of The water traffic very heavy, is growine
, ,. , ...... .iiauMuiLu uuijiuity b0. ".iv..i .ti im wuilieu UIOn
"nt i nlted ri.jLti-.-i Henntor from New lM S npi'rouch of winter, add to tho
- .,u.n-u unoui ii.uou into tho ,j -ii ui mo iibii uaie
Vooievelt fund. Mr. Dryden seemed to bi".ldBei.now undtT wi" mak a new
1 ha - been rrii-.i ., ?' .". T- .. I? . route. In the meantime, tho
t' a g. m i V.V ii ' . . "'M colonial westbound will run into the
would i,r. nt t rn,,..b , ,. ."V. " V.".?! "I"1""" anU transfer by
tf 'i i I ,i ..... .tiBiii ivuniiuu I iuuiui uilD li" lJUfmeilKf rs unu liaggag
... .... I'lmi-iHivo lanir. across new iorK to ine new I'ennsyl-
Hum wcie contributions on tho list vanla terminal to trains for Philadelphia
if'ni i-nnc-f-rnH of this character ranging "nd Washington. Eastbound tho FeU
iil! tin. win. fr,., erai win run int0 ihB Pnnnuvl Vnrtia (nr.
1 v,,..:""f. """ '""""'"ciurcrs or .nin,.!,,,! ,.fBPiM,.:
p uuT manufacturer. vtTlihiY;
-I.ir .t, ! New Haven trains in tho Grand Central
tn,. t-Miii niuieu ju,uuo terminal lor uosion
.. " " ""vn iieen active in col-
'"ilng money In behalf of Mr. ItooHnv..lt
""'i'r. '"'"I'ers In the downtown
-"I . ..I NPW yori
la. , r!el!gi,mn KnvP $20,000; Speyrr
.n1";,;,',!f!0' Umry c- Krle''. j-'-Vooo,
- MiiKgenncniiH, who recently
' , ,,lt,,,rly attacked ,y it(,0H(!.
' i'"'i 13,U00 Into the 1901 pot.
ri llrail)- (,'M,-ra
ini'n in !... -If.., ..
roBti-n.... . ' "" "'I'li'iiiauc service
I,,,,, ' onerous shiiro to the
IvU ltc'ld' Amlmssnilor to
t'"v:' f30-?0 I,nvw 'i,nn "".
a vZ "r ,Mr """'volt to Her.
heV,? ' 7lnrl,,,"aK Tower, who
, i -m Important rilplnmntlo post
ConKiiucd on Fourth Page,
ALASKAN HUNTER KILLED.
Krleuil Shot nt Illtu for Wolf In ir
Da who v. Yukon Terrltnnr Oni
Allwrt MrKav. vrarn nlrl nna r i'i...
most widely known hunters ami snow-
uli.n lrn(rnll..ru In tlx. KV.H. t
shot nnd klllod nt (lordon's L-jindim;
Ul.nn.l 1)1. . I... II. .rTV.""!"g"
.,.., ., .,,, f iio 1 niarvnorlori.
nnother hunter, according to word ro
oeivod horo to-flay.
MoWhorton returned from n hun'lne
trip nnd landed nt night, The Iwirking
of his dogs on the river Iwnk led him
to liellnve that wplvw which had both
ered him the. night More worn return
ing, nnd ho llred In thn direction of tus
aolso. The iccuad ihot hit MoKuy.
CiiicAno.Oct. 18.,-i-Col. Roosevelt passed
to-night beyond probable danger of sep
tic poisoning In tho wound Inflicted last
Monday 'night ot Milwaukee. Ho will
probably bo removed to his home In Oys
ter Uay next Monday or Tuesday, nnd
he Is expected to be back In the cam
paign again the InsHycok before election.
Bulletins Issued by the surgeons in at
tendance upon him at Mercy Hospital
show tlvit the Colonel's pubje and tem
perature are normal. His Improvement
was so pronounced this morning he
was entirely free from pain and his
spirits were so high that ho was per
mitted to sit up for the first time and
to plunge Into the campaign with Gov.
Hiram Johnson, his running mate on the
Progressive ticket, who paid him a visit.
An hour later, when tho surgeons
called r-r tne early afternoon examina
tion, tho Colonel did not show the least
fatigue nnd his condition was so favor- j
able that the doctors decided to skip
the usual bulletin und crnntpil him re
mission to sit up for an hour again lu
TOOK TIGEE FOR ELEPHANT.
Michigan , o. . Committer Km
braces Tammany Rpeakrr by Mistake
Thomas .1. Tracy, V contractor, who U
a brother-in-law of Ulg Tim Bulllvnn,
'went to Algonac, Mich., a few nlglm
ngo to talk At n Democratic mass meet
ing along with John J. Itynn of Cin
cinnati, builder of swift boats.
Stepping majestically from tho train
they were engulfed by a reception com
mittee and carried off to Algonac's big
gest nan. Their cntranco was cheered.
Mr. Tracy mounted the stage nnd duti
fully and eloquently began to speak his
faith in Democracy.
"I believe," he began, "Uiat Woodrow
Wilson la the sanest, highest type
The audience Interrupted with on ex
plosion of boocs and hisses. Mr. Tr.irv
couldn't go on. Puzzled he turned to
"Wnat's your name?" asked the
"Thomas .T. Tracy," said nig Tim's
"And your politics?"
"Oh. hell." said the Algonac chairman.
"I thought you were Congressman So-and-So,
who was due on that train.
Don't you know this Js a Republican
Mr. Tracy told the story at Demo
cratic national headquarters yesterday.
NOW 4 AND 3 TO 1 ON WILSON.
Two to One anil H to ft Offered on
SuUrr In Wall .Street.
The following quotations on the elec
tions, national nnd State, were made
yesterday In the financial district. Tho
quotations arc by Kck I.nne nt the Lane
cigar stand In the llrond-Kxchanga
llulldlng nnd by Tred Schumm. 2 Stono
street, as follows:
Wilson 4 tn 1 S to 1
Roowvrlt i to J l to 3
Tnrt to 4 1 to 9
Sulirr 2 to I 8 to 5
HrUsri I to S t to 2
Slrmw ... I to 4 1 to
Schiimm has $600 to $1,000 to bet that
Straus Is third or worse: t.r00 to S2.000
against Wilson: $S20 to $200 that Bulzcr
SHOW URGE INCREASES
Mnrked Gflins Over Best Previ
ous Records in All Hut
VOTERS RUSH TO ENROLL
Mnke Up for Failure to Accept
Previous Opportunities To
day the Last Chance.
Registration figures for yesterday, lh
third day of the 1912 scries, came with
a rush and a swoop ana knocked former
figures skywards. Maybe It's br-eainn
baseball Is over and the fleet has sailed
away, but whatever tho cause, for tha
determination of New York shown yes
terday not to overlook the chance to
vote, the city mode up for Its slackness
In registering tho-flrst two days of this
yenr nnd carried tho figures far ahead
of anything wn have ever hod.
For the entire city the reports show
a total of C47.863. Which l S3 T,3 mnr
than for the first three days of 1911,
110,142 more than 190$, which was the
last Presidential year, and 8,399 more,
than 1909, which was a heavy year for
registration. Kxperts allow for an in
crease In the voting population of New
York of S per cent, for four ,year.,
no mis year, as compared with 190S,
has more thnn' arrived at its normal
gain in registration.
Manhattan and The Dronx yesterday
gave figures of 89,188 for the day, bring
ing the total for the threo days up to
i-as.soo. which Is 49,278 more than In
1908 for the same three days and S3,
592 more than the year before. Brook
lyn, for tho day. showed 68,889, bringing
lts total for the three days up to 202,
165. This total bents corresponding
days In 1908 by 41,753 and beats a year
MEXICO CITY CUT OFF BY R, R.
soldiers la Mutiny While Madera
llemalns aaellervtl In Palace.
Mkxico Citt, Via lredo, Tex., Oct.
18. The capital Is completely cut off
from all railroad communications. Sol
diers of the Government mutinied to
night. The city Is under martial law.
Madero still sticks to the on
Tehtiantepec like Napoleon to the
Kremlin. He declares only death will
remove him from the Presidency c(
The Diaz troops have moved up to
within twenty miles of the city, accord
lug to advices received at midnight,
HITS HARD B
The evening exam.nation. despite that lyZac tor
It was the most exciting day that the 1 ',Xr? .t rPeT "l in
Colonel had put In since arriving at the. Jj'ono "S'a W
hosnltnl. shnai.il n.. .. . T.I'WU 0K'nl v
. " w.cu .u. iiivi im
In talks with the doctors to-day
the Colonel Insisted that h vim wpll
enough to go home to-rhorrow or Sun
day, but the surgeons would not listen
io uiw cany departure.
They wern wllllnr
danger from blood poisoning was prob-
aoiy pasi, Dut they said there was
still danger from tetanus, n full tii
days being the medical time for lock-
juw to ueveiop. The doctors have
guarded against possibility of lockjaw
by admlnlsterlnic antitoxin. Tii..r u
still danger from this source, however.
ur. .-uurpny also told the Colonel that
iii iuci mere is uanger of poisoning
developing In any open wound, though
Old Moso nnd Kilkenny got along
without scrapping, but an Angora buck
It mav be heallmr rn m.Uv. linrrin An." . f . . household yesterday
possible setback the Colonel's wound "iB f' e.u,TU, ,e. ,Uck. " li
... v.n .int. iu-'u llllll mm I III! hit.
Will be elected: S400 to sfiOO thnt HpiIctpm
beats Straus; $100 even that Sulier gets 'ago by 31.201.
more votes ouisinp lironior Ktve v-i 1 - i . . . .
.. o. i . J 1 x""". muring oorougn, nau tor
than Straus, und $00 even that Taft lthe day a registration of 43.762 nnd for
inrce cays 41.G67. This beats 1908 by
17,236 a.td 1911 by 7,544. Richmond was
also aheud nf former figures. For the
uay that borough registered 4,163, bring
ing Its mark up to 1,233. This total
for the three davs hn nnlv )nn nr.
passed In 1909, when the borough mode
a snowing or seven more registrations,
This is a nummnrv iirttinihr...v. Mm-
lstration com oared with thn thro rlava
xotai for the preceding four years:
I Tbr Flrt rw)i.
" I. ia. Inn. Win. Matt. )
uiu niotr Attacks a ioat 'llli l.lir- Man. 1I.S6S sro ru.ws rtejn zn.fi aiXS
Ir t'onKranrnr.1 I uroottlyn jtB.lM 170.981 I7,J, ii7,w; iw,t
Old Mose, n buck elk In Central Park
menngerle; was separated from the ber-1
of wapiti a week ago and put In nn nd
Jolnlng paddock, where his only com
panion was Kilkenny, a black billy
gets more votes than ltoosevelt In the
The biggest elfctlon bet In Brooklyn
so far was made yesterday at Louis
formerly Schumm s. In
a Taft man put up
'llqnn mntt'i 14 001
The names of the men who made tho
wagers were not dlsclose-i Mr. Hev
maiin says he has more Wilson money
offered him than he can place.
PARK ELK BUTTS A BUTTER.
will not be completely healed for two
wwra or more.
Gov. Johnson arrived at thn l innnlt.il
shortly before nrum anil ha l.n 1 1...
sick room with this parting injunction
irom tne Colonel -
"Keep the tight going full blast, John
son: don t let our boys slack up In
their work because I can't be with them
for a few days. Tell the people you
speak to I wish I could be out thero
working with von lllVelf. nml thnt t
certainly will be as soon as my doctom
win iei me.
"He looks fine," said Gov. Johnson.
I told him so. and 1 also told h lm nnt
to worry: that we are dolnir tin..- itnt
tho people were awakening to the fact
mm our worn was not a voice In tho
dark culling Idly, but a challenge to
tnem to arise to their own resDonsI
lie laughed and told me T n
making un urxument to him in n
speaking and suggested I save that to
give to my auuience to-day.
I suggested that he be In nn hnrrv
to get away from tho hosnltal and thru
he had better see that he did not spoil
ma cnances of regaining health nulc-kiv
by attempting to get tip and around
too soon. 1 tried not to tire him but
when we talked he got to talking pretty
strongly, ana Mrs. ltoosevelt and Mrs
Johnson had to stop us.
The Colonel Is In the ver'v bat
aptrits. Details of tha campaign wero
not uiscusseu; it was an occasion for
congratulations. I was most gratlflod
to see how well he is. He ereeteH im
heartily and assured us he would oe
uhck in tne campaign Derore its close."
During the visit Col. TtonsnvMt nn
in dcu ror the nrst time slnco his re
moval to the hospital.
Mrs. Johnson sa!-l she thnucht fnl
Roosevelt looked exceptionally well, and
was told by him that ho felt "better
than he looked."
The surgeons lufd hariilv atennA.1
Inside the room for the firm exami no
tion this morning than tho Colonel be
frnn to nress thpm hnrrl fnr n iiefinii..
answer as to when he would, be'jable
iu icuve ine uospiiai.
iou don t know how Irllanm.
Is," he told tho doctors.
"I don t want to do anvthlnir tn imiln
the splendid work you gentlemen h
done for me. and to put myself In tho
position of having to come back and
ask you to do It all again, but the tlmo
Just now Is very valuable and I hop?
you understand how important it Is
that I get back to work."
Wo do understand It. Colonel." re.
piled Dr. Murphy, "but wo have only
one concern. When you go out of hero
we want you to go to all purposes
a well man or po well nn thn u-nv in
recovery that no setback will bo pos
sible with reasonable care. We bellevo
von nilirht better lose a dnv nr iwn
now than a week or month later."
Thu Colonu answer was to nnnte
Sunday as the day ho would lllie in
depart for Oyster Uuy. Hut the doctor
Mid this would bn Impossible and sug
gested that Thursday would be a better
time. Mi- ltoosevelt agreed with this
and the Colonel rolorled:
Well, you'ro all against me, I see, o
buck .scrambled to his feet nnd ni
again caught on tho elk's horns mid
Hung half way across the enclosure.
The maddened elk wns Jabbing the
goat with the projecting lower prongs
when Kilkenny got his Irish up nnd at
tacked the elk. Keeper Iloey heard thj
rumpus nnd entered the paddock armed
with a pitchfork and followed by Hess,
Ills Scotch staghound. The combined
assault was too much for old Mose and
he retreated to a corner.
Oiwer.s... 41 A3J
1 1 .R.I
PAUL SMITH VERY ILL.
Veteran of the Adirondack, 87
Tear Old, Mar Xot ltecorr.
Utica, N. Y Oct. IS. Paul Smith, the
veteran Adirondack hotel man. famed as
a hunter and culde. Is seriously ill nt
St. lteglB Lake. It Is feared ho will not
recover. He Is S7 years of age and' has
been In poor health for some time.
Smith In his day has acte'd as guide
for many distinguished persons In the
Adlrondncks. A number of years ago
he embar!..d In the hotel business and
has amassed r. fortune.
NO VACATION WIT.H0UT GOLF.
Court Sympathises With Man Whose
I, oil Stick Killed Snniuer Joy.
The ADnellatn TMvMnn iter Mwl -V.-
terday that Henry W. Jcssup, a lawyer,
might have a new trial of a suit against
the United States Express Company to
rM-ni'.l- , I H rr. n rrnm l.nnn i, LI. .. . . .
" ........,. , i nu mo Duiiiinei
vacation In 1911 wns spoiled when tho
company lost his golf stick, which he
had sent from Monroe. Pa., to Now
York to be repaired. The stick wai a
cleek and Mr. Jessup'a claim for dam
ages rested upon the allegation that no
other club unvn him nrnner aervlea
and that when the one In question was
lost he had to give up golf.
Mr. Jessup sued the express com
pany In the Miinlclunl Court, whtnh
awarded him one cent damages. The
higher court decided that ho wns en
titled to reasonable compensation.
Totll...W7.tBi 4S4.9IJ 1S0.2H SKUM 7.7JS
MANHATTAN ANU THU nHONX.
Us I'. TlrU Thru. Dir..
1913 1013 1011 191O1B00 ItMM
1415 4000 tU 4SM Hit MU
i7o: Ktii son ion nn tail
631 (1014 6tU lil 7300
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MX) SCSI M71 67t tMi JIJ7
1411 MM 4RH3 47S) 013 KM
XXA eiM (M7 5111 OX 7IM
M67 U(!7 U5 l(?u (30 t017
I7M I'M 4C1 UI20' Oii HSU
1M7 &4M 47lM 4701 50SI MM
2105 V17 KtJ 5JW) CJ,) 7Sjg
1787 ltd CM1 test Mt7 73l
UXW 77 tOJ5 M2S t71 C9I9
llKK) 8295 tSi 90S1 6S21 7218
2SM C7:0 7202 8300 87W 103(1
1882 671-4 (OSS &1S9 (707 MI0
2717 Mil G8S1 7J1 K20 MO
.lS4 4M M7 MIO U91 7110
' 3740 I24D4 III4I Bill MM 1101
IU2 M.V. US9 Mil 8151 70O8
3I0J 1073,1 SIM tmi SR29 111CS
IMI 610 tilt 0S1 8478 7357
CA31 2I3&I 15238 11,51 1.V107
1423 4S.HI 44U1 4IS3 4943
JUS C771 5S07 8M7 7170
24 1S08 8U7S CkU E.-14I rju
1 KYH 4723 MIS SIM
W I38 4872 4018 4231 4473
s sin H2 etsa 721s 777s
SO Mill (M7i tUM 017 imm
! J 854 7824, 8114 8721
37 1S 11733 15253 14714 14992
S3 1128 0737 7834 784 8407
Si KM 17ftM IJOSa I23M I2IM
35 48IB 14831 11430 1129J 11(103
$3,000,000 U. S. ARSENAL FOE.
Marli Ammunition and hiirsr Nun
her nt Anna Harti'il.
tSAN HWMl-,0. Oct. IK Mm trhtxli
started in o.iu of tho inr.in.Mo i
the United States
early to-nlKht tallfipil n Infix AHmn4,l
ni oeiwcen three and four million dol
The flames surenil thrnmrli n,. ni.i
oricK una stone buildings with lncredl
bio rapldltl'. as there wan nrartlfnll v
no fire fighting apparatus.
in the warehouses wem mmn en nun
stands of nrmv Hftrn inn. ,,innii..
of revolvers and lmmenso stores of am
munition. In addition the Government
Kepi in stock military supplies of nil
kinds for use of the army posts In
TYPHOON OFF CEBU KILLS 400.
Three American Lost, and
Homeless In Philippines.
Special Cabtt Pet patch to Tan Sex.
Manila. Oct. 19 A tv
terrupteO the southern telegraph Hne3
for four days. Cebu, one of the Islands.
has been partially destroyed by tho
storm, One hundred persons. Including
threo Americans, were killed and 2.000
Six stnamcrs were sunk and a hotel
was wrecKeii. a Hospital was also dam
aged and the patients had to be rs-
rnovtsa ana placed temporarily In rait
Reports from army officers to head
quarters here estimate that three hun
dred persona were killed outside tho
City of Cebu. The damno-n la oattmatiul
Other reports state that amr nt
native coasting craft are ashore and
mat mere nas iun a w ii anu e
damage over the neighboring Islands
Cebu Is one of the Vlsavas and Is ha.
tween Negros and Bohol. llndnr
Spanish rulo the province was the most
important in ine visayas.
GAS WHECK8 FOUR BUILDINGS.
Several l'rraona Barlrd In the II I n
In Marshall, Texas.
Marshall. Tex.. Oct. 1ft At in n.t.
afternoon a terrlOf nninainn - v.
.'.. . . iu
corner of Austin and Washington ave
nues wrecked four bulldlnrs nnd hurlnrt
several persons tinder the debris and
The explosion wan rnnaed htr niinni
gas under the drug stnr
btchers-Kelly Company, which wrecked
ine nujoiniiig uuuuings occupied by
Marcus Karlet. clothier; Stevens's har
bor shop, and .1. a. 1 .OURV's prnpo.n
The explosion Put all btislnp.v In tho
city at a standstill and people rushed
to the scene. The mllltln n-n n..,i
to keep the crowds back from the ruins.
Six persons were rescued from tho
ruins of the Morzbachcrs-Kelly store
and taken to the hosnltnl. TTn tn u
late hour to-night all were alive.
.88188 2888U0 23J208 14SS4S 2W3t7 23(M
318008 3292S0 143320 370371
IBIUJ 301148 322243 348873
FRED THOMPSON $684,794.99 SHY,
Continued on Fifth rage.
Voriner Owner of Luna 1'ark Has
fU to Pay Ilia llrlttM With.
The creditors nf Friliirln Thnmnano.
banlcriltlt thnntrlrnl nrnmntnr nnrl far.
mer owner of Lunn Park, aro not likely
to get nn appreciable fraction of claims
lllFtrrplFn.tlnD' mnra thnn tmlf n mtlltim
as the bankrupt's assets have dwindled
from $7,831.87 to a Iwro $60. This con
dition was revealed yesterday nt a meet
ing of tho creditors before Roeolver
Hclnh H. Strong In tho Federal llulld
lng In Brooklyn. Against the ICO aro
liabilities aggregating $664,854.09.
Mr. Thompson attended tho meeting
and voluntarily turned'over his Interest
In tho "Hrewstcr's Millions" company,
but Mr. Strong was sceptical about tho
value of this Inasmuch ns tho company
holds n Judgment against Thompson for
Tho unsecured creditors Include Mabel
Tullnfnrrn hl U'lfa fnim ii'hnm lis tu
separated. Her claim, filed In the name
oi ino now xorK
mounts to $40,000.
A'y Dy. Pint Three Dr
nuts, loia iQia ion iaio teoo ioa
i.... in: 734 ton tan turn sioi
3.... 1841) UO0 M24 1083 1818 8S0
3.... 1828 1374 1U9 6083 Mil 8511
4.... OUT) 7188 40J 8814 8411 7M
6.... Sim 7830 1131 8184 8078 MIS
2027 7361 8288 8521 8903 7140
7 ... 2024 8237 57 6721 6SOS 8783
,... 1714 3830 6187 6388 68M 8774
0 ... 4081 11118 '10818 10284 10JS1 10770
10 ... 2438 8103' 7173 7141 77M 8088
11 ... 2313 8712 8011 7823 738 t 8717
11..,. 2801 10381 8887 8280 8187 10233
13,,.. 1880 8314 6448 1(71 6121 6607
14, ... 1678 G8IS 4(03 6X31 6 ICQ 6408
13,.., 1887 8827 6213 6877 6108 7173
16,... 4182 14302 11110 11031 10318 11317
17.,,. 2221 8817 7327 7187 7688 tMS
18.... 4331 18048 12018 HUSO 10O86 11171
18 ... 1813 6132 6704 6181 6731 6681
20 ... 2383 7823 7101 7001 7217 S648
31.,.. 1308 4811 4113 4161 4317 6160
22 ... f 10 17173 11000 11383 14333 I5SO0
23..,. SOU 12321 10076 8787 V374 1063S
Tin.. 68V8 202161 170984 171744 I73IOO 103171
Tlr'l. 231402 218143 231JS8 2IB6S0
Tlv'e. 218713 212171 218106 2SW88
FIGHTS WILL AFTER HE'S DEAD.
IrvlaK W, ('hllds I. raves Money to
('untrsi Father's Ratate.
The will of Irving W. Chllds, who
died In u sanitarium on August 28, aged
2fi. and wns a son of W. It. If. fhll.u
an Iron manufacturer, from whom ho
inherited noout li.uuo.uuu, dispones of
over $200,000 personal property and
Mr. Chllds left nn annuity of $C,000
tn his wife, but If his daughter Mnrjorle
dies It Is to bo reduced to $3,000. In
event of n contest of his will tha
of any beneficiary contesting Is to be
cut In half.
He set aside $75,000 to continue lltlgu
tlon to recover his share of his father'a
The residuary estate was ift tn n..
daughter Marjorle. She is to have
11. MM n vrar till aha'a in torn. .
Circus Company, I id. and until she la 30 she sets $3,000.
After that ibt recelvta Alt tb Idcodm.
JURORS TO REGISTER IN STYLE.
Drrkrr'a llorfrn to flu lo Polllna-
Plners In Slahlirrlna; Auto.
After JuVtlce Goff has adlnumad
court mis arternoon the jurors will
have an otmortunltv to ririatr
nut they will not be separated. Each
night at thn conclusion of the hearings
iney are taken to their hotel In a sight
seeing auto and the sania mnrhlno tvllt
be utilized to-day to take them to their
various registration nlaces.
After the Jurors have had their innnh
the big automobile will be cranked up
ana started out to make the rounds. At
each registration place the proper juror
win get out and register while the rent
Calls Whitman lo Show Ac
cused Wns Not at Meet
ing After Murder.
SULLIVAN IN A RAGE
Howls Out Answers and Re
fuses to Let Kvcn Court
NO JUSTICE! HE CRIES
Padrone of Newsboys Swears
Rose and Others Planned -Framcup."
AKt'ORTKK GIVES SUM USE
W.w,4!i.... If. lr -., .
Ai-Biiiics no us un Becker
Morn in of Crime Luban
RESUME BOXER PAYMENTS.
l.anS.OOO Paid Into Proper llanda
Speeiat Cable Dtipateh to In Sex.
I'bkin, Oct. 18. Payments of tha
Boxer Indemnities were resumed to
day when $1,235,000 was handed over
to the uroner nartle nt Rhnnirhal Ti.t.
payment covers the arrears up to Octo-
uer iv, 1911,
HELD FOR SEVERAL ROBBERIES.
Pair Operated as Awnliia; Man and
Inspector, Poller Nay,
Mlahael Cnnrnv nf 4T.2 W.at 1 -.!.
street and Oeorgo Schilling, alias Will
iam Hmall, were held yesterday In de
fault of $2,000 ball each In the Harlem
oollce court for examination hnfVi-..
Magistrate Krotel to-day on charges of
The nrlsoners are ehnrired with mm.
mlttlnir the followlnir robberies;
Ono thousand dollars worth of Jewelry
taken from the home of Alexnnder Ilerg,
C23 West 134th street, on October 10,
$500 worth of tewelrv from Allen Al.
berry, an actress, M9 West 13 Uh street,
October 11; $500 In Jewelry from Miss
Catherine A. Vreh. r,27 Woii 111H.
street, October 11, and $1,200 worth of
wedding presents, Including a pearl
necklace, owned bv Mrs. Ilnnrv K'i-nll
who formerly lived with Mrs. Freh.
uonroy operated, the police say, by
renresenuna: mmseir to lanitnrs nml
owners of apartment houses as an awn
ing man and Bchllllng pretended to bo
an Investigator for a street railway
It was the turn of the deftnea yea.
terday In the trial of I,leut. Becker and
the day was not without Important i
vantages for the policeman accused of
the murder of Herman Rosent!)!.
ino louaest witness, though not tha
most effective, who testlflarl In
Interest was Jack Bullan, one pinna
" " iiiuiticu lor ine muraer. He x-
tlngulshed tho voices of Justice in
counsel with his shouts that there was
no Justice In the world and that he and
Becker had been "framed up" ty dopa
fiends and liars.
Yelling down objections, haranrulnr
Justice Goff and Assistant District At
torney Moss, shouting his lovaltv in
Becker and hla hatred of the informers.
tha padrone of newsboys filled the court
room with din and fury.
But the most telling witness
Becker's behalf was Frederick H. Haw
ley, a reporter for an cvenlna naw.
paper, who awore that he w wtlth
Lieut. Becker almost constantly from
:o o'clock until 1:10 o'clock on tha
morning of the murder and that Becker
did not ace or talk to Jack Itoe ani
Itose had told the Jury that Beckr
after leaving the West Korty-sevaiitli
street police station had come to him
and Webber at Sixth aVen-o and Forty-
second street about dawn, had told them
or his delight in seeing "that squaaler"
lying on the' floor of the station hgun
and had ordered Webber to put up
$1,000 to pay the gunmen.
llanler Called Jtaker on Paona.
Mr. llawlev'a testtmnnv nmH
another Important point for tho defence
In thnt he said ho had called' BecW
on Becker's private phone ut about 2:20
A. M. and thnt the lieutenant had said
over the phono that he was sorry M
hear that Itosenthal was dead becauso
he had the goods on. htm and van
pared to show him up. Under the fl.-a
or cross-exam nation, hnwovar t
Hawley admitted thnt iwirar
have been out of his slirht m... n.
twenty minutes. Ho didn't think It
could have been as much as an hour.
When Mr. Whitman pressed him aa
to why he hadn't given tha atnrv .
WaS telllllir on thl Stand tn hla nan..
he said ho didn't think It was Impor
tant. When he was im1 hv
hadn't communicated hla information to
ino utstrict Attorney at tho time ha
said that he didn't like the District
Attorney s altitude.
The defence was elated also over the
testimony oi Bessie Feldman. a young
girl, who was very positive that Morrla
Luban, one of the principal wltneasea'
connecting Lieut. Becker with the mur
der, was at her stepfather's house la,
Brooklyn until about 1:15 o'clock on tha
morning ot July 16. Luban, as a wit
ness for the State (and an important
ono because of his story that he heart
Becker Irl the Lafayette Baths two
weeks before thn murder ihraatan
kill Rosenthal himself) had testified that
ne spent tne early part of the night
at Haminersteln'a Victoria with a girl
nnd that he went with her to the
Metropole after supper at a Seventh
avenue restaurant. The prosecution
made Miss WMman nflmlt that aha ha'
discussed with her stepfather (who had
cause to disiiue Luban) the story she
was to tell on the stand.
Other wltnessps of thn tan rallail riiir.
Ing the dny were comparatively unim
portant as support to tne main con
tentions of thn dnfanra that Tler.lt.'a
accusers are murderers and llaru and
ihat many of tne State's corroboration
witnesses are perjurers.
Whitman Called to Stand,
A most unusual feature of. the day
was the calling ot District Attorney
Whitman to the stand to testify for
the defence. Tha nurnnan nf thla mntra
was io force corroboration; for Hawley a
story and to get In evidence tho stipu
lations by which Rose,, Webber, Vollon
and Schepps were guaranteed Immunity
ns a reward for becoming State's wit
nesses. Mr. Whitman said that he did
not recall seeing Hawley at the West
Forty-seventh street station; that he
did not see Becker at the police station
after 4 A. M and that when ho went
to call on Mrs. Rosenthal at 6 A. M.
Becker was nowhero around.
Tho defence failed to get before the
Jury n story on which they had counted
former District Attorney's Jerome's
description of n meeting between
Becker, Becker's lawyer, Hart, and him
self at the Bar Association on the
night of July 17. Tha purpose of calling
Mr. Jerome was to show that Lieut.
Becker had acted openly In sending his
lawyer to visit Rose, and that Mr. Hart
himself was acting with the knowledgo
of hla former chief In the District At
ianay'a odea. Mi. Jerome vh hv