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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918.
Hitchcock mid (Mlicc Sriuilors
to Fiirlil Ajriiin for A loo
lulc (.old linsN.
SOMK SKK HK VAX'S l!ANI
Dciiiomils at I'lincns Will Con
sidcr CoiniironiiM' With
Wauhnuton, Nov. II The words "r
lawful inotlivi ' Iihi' CM'I't lurk llllil till'
banklnn mid cuitcncy hill In the form In
which It will bo suhmlltul to the putty
caucus lo-nioi low hy six uf tin- m vcti
Democrats mi thr Senate committee. The
word come back, however, with i ic
Mrlcted application, hill their n.ipi-' it'
ll luc In any cuiiiicotloii hi" been smb. e n!
Id tcncw nppotlnii heio il tin liir S'tiatnls
wlui have been intitiinillns tliut too l'i"
posid bunkum ami riirn nr svs'.etn ln'tilil
he Ut till nil absolute Knlil I .i s-1 s".
Tlii' ItunkiiiK mnl I'm ii no.i I'.itiiinltti f
ii few days iiko voted tn olltniii.ite tlif i li
Jcctlonable iht ii' wherever it mvui i ed In
the bill, ami It believed tli.it this st l
would iiiult In ihr chamns In tin' J I
Mil In lint in opted h tin- Senate. S'noe
tlidi tliuiiKh tin' Democrnls have ilii'lilnl
to make tin' i lit I i ln i lull a p.uty epics
t In u. ami to-il.t - u compromise was made
with tin- AilnimiMi.itl'in Democrats, who
htmiil nut ai;.iliiM the li.in-.
SIX llf till" SCTI II DellloOllllS III till' com
mittee wlli iccomniciid tli.it win n'ri
notes are piesentcd tu On n-sl.inal le
servc asocl-itlnns fur r ili-mi t i -n tlv"
may In- redeemed 111 wild "or lawful'
Inoni'J." Winn plusriuud t llii' ! -1
t.iry of tin- Tre.istirj fur umIi niiitum how
Uir, t ll ' must hi! Icillctllcil in pllil
'Chi' House lilll In Its oese nt form lends :
'Th'' (the l-'cdcriil lew ni" imii'M shall
lie trdeeinnt In Hold or lawful iiimiiy on
demand at thi' Tic.iui.v Derailment uf
thii flitted Stiili-i in thelt uf Washing
ton. Dinrlct of i 'iiluiiili.a, oi lit an l Vil
li. 1 1 leserVe bunk."
L'uiuiituiiiUi- llccniuiiicililt-il h Mil.
Tin' compromise to In- H'iMiiiiiiriiili'il by
tho six Deinoernls provide- that I Ik- :IH 1-3
per cent, reserve t.i he ni.iliit ilm it in it
vaults li cvciy l-'nlei.ii u-servc dank Hti.ill
he In Hold ami tint "in i?"!d or liwful
money.' .11 .iililul In thi- House hill.
Thus tin' iml phue In w lilt Ii th" Demo
rratii ill c.iucii" will seek to nature- tno
three w.mli In In tli.it i.nt of Sici.on IT
which lelers to tlin i-ili'inil.in of thi'
I'Vilural leserve miles at the l'Vde'ul n
It utiH a stnpilse win n It liii'.iini. known
tn-nlsht that tin- Dcmnciutif Sciininr:e,
I nel U' 1 1 1 ur s-eii.iteirs 1 :- I anil (I ioi man.
hail tectirrcd to the Hr.v.ini-M'iii words
"lawful inoniv." Onl four I i 1110.1 at'.
Honatori in tin- I'utnnilttiT on Hanking
anil I'lirrfiiry liwi'ij, Shafruth, I'oini'
rt'nu ami llolll h.nl ot.-il to it-tain thi 111
whi'ti thf iiUiMton was oilKlnally m.n'il
In th- loiiiiiilttfi'
Tlini' I irmoi rati) vuti-il with fi I Cf
liublli'aiiH to illinin.it,- them Tlw thut'
w-fio (I'lUirinan. Ilitrhiork aiul l( 1. It
liun I'ti ii ini'li r-toml that lirt-lilnit Wll
kjii llltllil it.'.l to H)lni. of thf I Ci'pul'ti) .111
Senators that he wav not iI1iioimi to in
Pint 011 the rililitloli of tin woiiIh "lawful
Ill .-oir,i' way Si'imtorD Ii:i ua'iiH tl..
lmirt'!on ln ti' that Hi' i"tiii Itrxim Iun
hail Minittliliiu to 1I0 with tli" n iio.it. l n
lUri't'liro to thu ruliallMli wnrilx "liiwiiil
inoni') " Some St-natorx who hai' l,i.i-n
votliiR for It hiie Ihtii In ttnifrri'iiov
with the Kccn tary within thu l.ut fi w
Sl nemoi'iatii' mi'inlMTK of tln SViint
'ommltti'n ii fit r 11 mi.m1oii hiKtmi; four
houiH this nfliTiioon ir,o tlrally iiKii-cil to
ri'pott to tin- ln't.ioi rati.' Sriiato i on
firmii'e tii-iiininm iiiiuiiliiK III tmor of ri'
liortliiK a litll ri'taln.m: most of tho otlu r
featuroH of tlin I'lirivtH miiiDiiri. that
wan iniHhfil by ttiH llousi. un.li.r tht
IcniliTiihlp of netirri.'iitativi' farti'r Ulan-).
For Kite Ii I IU-kIimiiiI llaiikn.
The Mil ii'i'oinnn!iiili'i will piovlile for
I'lcht 11 atonal li.uikx liisiiail of twi'lvi.
which thu Hoiimi hill cairiiil This 1011
rt'hilnn. It Id tuxlci Htoo.l. will l ii
Iiroveil hy thu rnnili iit. Tin- xlx Innin
rntM will Ktaml li the Moiim. piovlsiou
lor Htocl; owiiiTslup In the riM-rvo nsi.
itntlons by the miniher li.iulm.
Thy Mill 1 coninii'iiil that the orKanl.a
Hon rommittie autlioii7i'(l hy the llouxe
hill ami whli h was Htrlrkeii out hy the
Uanklni; anil 'urreiicy I'onimlttie lie re
stored. The Senate cnmnilttee hail voted
In favor of eliminating an oreanlatiou
committee, leavlnir that work to the Fed
eral reteive hoard.
. I'M onimeniiation will i' made to the
cnueii!) for the elimination of the Secretary
of Atfrleulttire and the Cuniptioller of th"
Ciirreney us 1 x-otlliio inunhers of the
federal reh.rve linard, hut In favor ot the
letentloii of the Secretary of thu Treasury.
Thts Is exactly the recommendation agreed
on hy th Ilanklni: and Currency Commit
tee of the Senate before, the hreak enmu
In the commltKc and Hip Democratic tnem
hers withdrew and called a caucus.
A recommendation will he made to thi
mucus Hfralnt public ownership of the
lock of the regional reserve ussoclntlons
anil In favor of the House piovislon which
would apportion the stuck anion? the
member banks uf the regional reserve ns
uoclatlons. A tecninmedniitlon will al-o he made, in
favor of the House bill feature kIvIiib the
banks rtptenntaiion In the directorates
of the letrtonul leserve asMiiiatlons and
their branches. !euerally the details uf
the Hutise bill will bo approved,
I)enioeril,4 In the AKreemen t.
Tlio six DemorratH who ronfeind find
camo to an iiKreemeut weie Chairman
Owen mid Senators O'dorman, Jteed,
Shafruth, Mollis and lYmiercne.
The caucus will meet at 1' o'clock to
morrow Hfternoon. The formal call was
Issued this afternoon hy Senator Krn,
leader of the majority.
The call cayK that It Is to be 11 caucus
and will not bind the. action of Individual
Senatorc, but be merely advisory, Al
thouKh thet'H has been an UrKetit demand
that the caucus be held with open doom
and Its proceedings Im conducted In pub
lie it M-emed reasonably certain that the
tentlnuiit of the Democratic leaders Is op
posed to an open session and that it will
be a secret ineetlnK.
Senator Varilaman of Mississippi de
clared himself openly to-day for a public
conference, lie said that he was opposed
10 leulslatlntc In seen and that no tenet
caucus could bind liliW, TI10 Senator was
emphatic 011 this point.
Tho Uanklnu and Currency Committee
met at JO o'clock after tlm adjournment
yesterday. All the Itr puhlluins were
present, luit Seiio-tors Ileod, Hitchcock
und iraorinan, Demisirats, were absent.
WlKli tt was projiosiil to take up tho
hill and proceed with It the three Demo
cratlu members piesent, who beloni In
no iiminiHraiion Kroup"- I'oiuirene ,
Khafroth and Mollis explossed their
iinwIlllnKness to o ahead, and asked furl
1111 adjournment of tlm commlttie until
Thursday inornlnK, which would carry It
over until after tho Democratic, caucus!
Chairman Owen coincided with his I
Dtnnncrntln ccilleiiKiieH and imieited that
ji was usi'ies 10 proceed under thu cr
cum1a4ii s, and thu adjournment whh
Slnll Mark Ilolihrd of IF1 D.lllio,
CfHtPAfio, Nov, 11, Money and Juwdlry
valued in 110,000 was stolen from a sai k
ir li'Klstered mall hero esteiday. I'ost
ninoe Inspector Stuart anuses Albeit
lardy, a mall wiiKon drivir. who Is iiiI-n.
Iiik. rarity's wire i.msh he confei-si d to
hr nd said he was on his way to tlm
At the grocery store
you will find many
varieties of biscuit
baked by National
Each variety of
whether known as
crackers or cookies
. . wafers or snaps
. . cakes or jumbles
is the best of its
The extensive dis
tributing service of
the National Biscuit
from Coast to Coast.
This ensures a con
stant supply of all
the perfect biscuit of
the National Biscuit
Company being de
livered to every part
of the United States.
Aluayx look for that name
ON JERSEY RABBIT DAY
runner I'eaten li.v Sportsman
ami llic Oriuiu.'il ltooevelt
J'onmiiii Is Found. ;
Two New ,li rey hunteis were shut jes
tiril.u. the ilrM ill) of the npi n season
for rabbit- An .ther man who thought
hunt'!- w:i i ii'l 1 im, 1 .1.' 11.1 cow" wag
badb l it"!i bv tile spiitMtiin. A ltooe
elt hutt'in w is louiiil In an opoiium's
I.. in.-. It. MIk'i of N w Pi.iviiletice went
after 1 -'(It-, with liN fili-iiil Thom.is
I.uiman. A 1 ihblt cio--d their path and
l.uriu.iii shut ill It, lint 'hit MlKli liftead
111 the 1 if lit side of his face. The men
weie a mile fMui liim and I.urm.iu had
tn c.uiy his n.iitndi'd friend that distance.
I lleli may not n cover. When Mli;h re
(.'allied ions, 'hum 1 si his (list ijuestlon
was. 'Tom, did uii X' t the laliblf."'
"No," I.111 in in .inspired, whereupon
Hluh s.ild. "T'i it wis tuiinh luck.'
JaiM i M.nsli of J '.iterniii struck In
the f.u e wnile hiintun,' with a party at
I.akevMioil. Se.ittiruiK slmt miidn a bad
wound. One of tlm hunteis was Mayor
Smith of l.Mki'Wood.
Willi 1111 lllliler, a Cedar I.ako farmer,
ordiied hunters off his woodlot because
they weie ton neir his cows. One of the
hunters knockid him unconscious with a
stick. Illbler came to all hour later,
crawled a iu. liter of it mile to his home
and K.ive ,1 disci Iptlou of Ills assailant,
which i'ii used the .ii iest of a man who
s.iys he Is Warien Smith and who Is held
In $50i) bill.
Meiny Clink of Oi.uiRe shot an opos
sum and dicssid It. In the stomach he
found .1 celluloid bu'toii with a picture of
Theodore IbioseMit and these words,
"Vote for Thiodure Itooeewlt for Oliv
THREE KILLED IN DEER HUNTING
Tito of Hit- lellius .Ire Mistaken
fur the (toarr.
MikWAl Ki:n, Wis., Nov. 11 The toll
of death amonu the hunters of the north
woods havn biKUli. Time deaths weie
reported to-d,iy, and two weiu hutitem
mlstnlicn fur deer.
P. mill llamis of Supeilor was shot by
Joseph Mi'sTewa, accoiillni; tn a telephono
message recelviil by the Siiieiior pollco
from Minewn, who uutillcil them that
he was on Ills way to clve himself up.
Krank Hrcuuer of .Mondovl, Wis., was
Hounded mortally while puttini; his rifle
into a biiKKy He died an hour later.
llamld liidouby of Coleman was
killed by an uiildeiitllli d hunter, who it
supposed to have mistaken him for a deer.
Ills pet dim took the hoy'a father to the 1
body In the woods. Lester N, Mick of
It.uine and 1'red I lech t of .Vslilanil wero
each shut In the c'.
ELECTION COST KLINE NOTHING,
.Mlior Did Nul ltecelc- or Sprint n
( cut In Ilia District,
Mayor Kline tiled Willi City Clerk
Scully yesterday a statement of the
camp.ilifii accdiiiit of his candidacy for
Alduiiian fiom tho lirty-llrst dlstiict,
llinoklyn. The .Mayor was elected hy a
Tim account showed that the Mayor
received nothiiiK and spent iiutliln. It
didn't evm cost him a cent to swear to
his account. The sweinni; was done
beforo T. I', Casey, executive cleik In
the Mavor's nfllce, who also h a Coin
llllsslolier of I leeds,
YoNKttiiH, N, Y Nov. 11, h'rederlck
llrelthack, llepubllcali, who wua reelecled
assessor last Tuesday. Illed his cainiuili:ii
statement to day. Contributions totalled 1
I lent The cent came fioni Jerry Kane,
a street sweeper It ,,s not to lei spent,
bill i.iliii I I" thr 1 1 nli,i ti s uft hip I
piKilu t lor Komi luck. llicithai k'BinaJorlty
was unusually lor
GLYNN FOR WORKERS'
Is PiTpni'injr Mrasiuv to Ho In
troduced In the Lotfis
lnture .Next Month.
STATKW1DK 1MMMAKV TOO
llelieves He mid Ihe Law Makerx
Can Airree on the
11 1 v v. Nov. II -flnv. (Ilvnn has in
mind the ItltrnduelloM at the Deeeuili
session of the l.eirlslalure of 11 workmen's
ennipetisatlon hill onibr.uiiiu the best fea
ture') of all the eoniiionnitlnii acts now In
operation. A preliminary conference on
tills subject was held at Hill llxecutlvo
Clianiber to-day and the linvnrnor discussed
ll ,, III. -...,..,r-,l I il.i.s Inpnlnr. t.liil Slullllllir
I Hubert I' Waitner, tuiJorlt leiilur, and
'Senator KI011 I!. Itinwn, minority leader, of
the Semite and other li'Klslntnrs
The Governor hopes to have this bill
framed and ready1 for Introduction with the
teat tatewlde direct prltnirv measure atid
the other hills omliodvhiit hi1 policies Just
ns soon as the l.eitlsliture convenes 011
Deectilhcr s. He Is inappifu; out his iiolleies
without regard to tho iosiblty of a Uck
of a nuorutii In the s-emhly, which soinn
or his friends have held up as a liuitaboo
I "Ince he iitiiinuneod yoterday that lie was
I determined to p.is a st iteulde direct
'primary bill abolishing the party State
convention before January I.
A workmen's 1 omten itloti Mil complete
' and cotnireheni o and embodyliis' the best
' features of act In operation 111 several
i States ami In foreiirn countries will be
rtamcd before the I,etfisiiiurn returns in
Won't (in Into llrtnll.
(iov. (llynn wa pressed to-daytoito morn
into detail about his plans for the enactment
of measures w lift h involve the policies which
he belhives should be sustained by the
Ilemo'Taile party, but ho inadii It plain
that he uould lather s.iy too llttlo about
these m.itteis than too much
With the iinnoiiiii eiiieul of his Intention
to press for euaituieut a workmen's nun
pciisstioti bill (iov. lilyun has cleared up
Ihe situation at Albany 011 three hU ipies
(Ions State I'M'.uiilltiircs, which he in
tends to limit liv the adoption of a Held
policy of retrenchment, direct primaries,
haviiii: In niiml the abolition of tho party
state 1 onvention, and workmen s com
j peiis.itlon, whli h he believes will ofter
' the tullest irot)s lion to the workiim'ineii
and Impose no hardship upon the employer.
imv. (il)im elaborated upon Ins state
ment of yesterday com eriuiiK his inten
tion of presslmr for pns,ii!e at the Iiocein
ber session of the Legislature ,1 tllris t
) prim. ire lull bv ibs lariuc In no uncertain
1 terms that it is In- belief the primary !
I should enibodv the provision abolishinc
I the party state 1 ouv ciitloii.
I Would Abolish Mali- Coin ritllons.
I "My personal opinion Is this,' said (iov
(I will to day "I believe that ill the abo
litloii of the state 1 onvention many of our
statesmen see nhusin where there are only
shadows 1 do not know whether 1 can
loiivime the majority of the Legislature
10 aree with me 01 not "
(m (ilnn held another Oniifereui e to
day with Utorni" louieral 1 aruiody. Sen
mors Wanner, lll.iuvelt and I'rawley.
Speaker Smith nnd Assemblyman Levy
at which the subject of a proper direct
primary bill was discussed.
'Ihe legislators who talked with the (lov
ernor will collie Inn k to Albany next week
to auree or disagree with the provisions
which the (inventor at that time shall have
lie. nled to luiorpornto in Ins measure
i here was apparent to-day soinethinir that
looked like unanimity of opinion oil tbeulles
tloll. I he (ioveriior made it plain alter the cou
feriiiceth.it there would be no beckllnir Willi
the l.ei.'1'latuie as far as he was concerned,
and when he was .uked it he IhoUKht he
would be tori eil to iindeiiake a rainiiiilcn
for direct primaries as (iov. Suiter did h
siuilliiuly remarked thu he had no such
plan in 111I111I and 1I11U he did nut cmk'i I to
lie liirced to any sip Ii extreme
When senator Wnirner euiertied from the
i unterence w th 1 he ( mv ertior to-day he was
aked II he had any doubt that he and linv
(ilynn could anno on a direct primary
No, 1 have no doubt of thai, Senator
Mil I lb llppoaed lo 11 1 1 1 .
lie added that lie persona llv was opposed
to n iiriuiaiy bill wlinii would abolish the
party State convention, because he thought
it would prove unpopular up Slate. He
pointed to the rerenl results in Massachu
setts, where all Ihe successful candidates
were troui Huston, as an instance of the
way la rue centres of population would
dominate under such a system.
Speaker Smith declared that while he
did not believe in tnkiiuc a buck track upon
the ipiestiou of abollsliluk' tlu Stale con
vention, if the lieiuiicratlc patty was to
reveise itself upon this iiue-liou it should
not only abolish the party State conv entioii
but the party emblem und party column
v otiiik' as well as the ile-U'iiul ion of primary
candidates by the party coinniltlee.
It was recalled to-day thai (Iov lilvnti
pent an exeiiim,' last week when he was in
New ork at the theatre with William It.
Hearst It also was recalled that the Demo
cratic, candidates lor (lovornor next fall,
II Ihe party State convention is abolished,
must make their debt for the no inution
directly at the prlmar'es, at which It Is
expected also that Hearst vi bea candidate
lor I'nlteil Suites Senator provided he
enrolled ill the Democratic and not In the
Independence l.enuue party last month.
'The leirul machinery has uo yet been pro
vided in this Stale tu per mil the nomination
ami election of a I'liltcd Slates Senator (II
retily by Ihu people, but this will be taken
care of at ihe December session of the
Legislature, ll is exnecied
NO FRICTION OVER THE CANAL.
.Mr, (inrrlson Denies llrimrt Affect
IllIC (ioethnU mill .Xletenlfe,
Wahiiinuton, Nov. II, -Secretary (Inr
rlson was tit his desk III Ihe War Depart
ment to-day for thu llrst time In several
weeks. Ho returned from Ills Inspection
of tho Panama Canal In splendid health,
Secretary ("iiirtison's first public utter
ance was to thu effect that tint friction
IlllcKcd lo exist between Commissioner
.Metcalfe und Col. (loetluils as tu thu fu
ture administration of the canal was it
flKiiiciil of soil!" one's niiiKnatlot.
Tlm Secretary set nt rest tuiKKestlnus
that the Antarctic exploration party I
nbonrd tho Prniii would bo the llrst ship
load of naviKUtoiH to pass thnnm-h tho1
I'linal. Ho said :
"There Is a pronilHo which has boon
Hindu to the l-'rain'H people that they shall
hit amoiiK the llrst ships to no tliroiiKh
the isthmian waterway, hut the llrst ship
formally to make tho full trip will fly
the American IIiik."
The present plan of the War Depart
ment Is that the llrst passaKo of the canal
ahull bo mudo by ono of the larK" lov
eriimciit owned ships of tho Panama Rail
road Company President Wilson and such
members of hi Cabinet us may be able tn i
int nvvay, the committees of Coiikicss,
which have dealt with the cumil ptoh.
b ni, otllclalH of (lie 1'iin il on.. noverii-'
GLYNN REORGANIZES CAVALRY.
.XI 11 km .rr llt-sjliiiriil )(f TrooiiiTs
Onlalile of Mnnlinttllli,
Al.nANr, Nov, 1) (Iov. (ilynn siitned
nn order to-day reorgaiil7.liiK the cavuliy
of the National (luard Into 11 rcKlturiit
of twelve troops and 11 siiuadron of four '
Instead of two regiments of tilna and
BuVen troops. I
Col, Charles 1. l)e llevolse will hn
placed In command of 11 new iiKlmcnt
composed of nil the troops oulsldn of
.Manhattan, to he known as tlm I'iist I
Cavalry. Tho First Cavalry, now coin
mantled hy Col, Oliver II. Itrldtcmnn, will !
bo converted Into 11 Niuailron 111111I0 up of
the troops which formed the old Hiiiadron
A before the present orRanUatlon wan
effected last year.
(HlleorH of the disbanded rcKlment will
be transferred to the new l-'liHt tcKlmcnt.
Some will ro on the supernumerary list
mid others will be iissIkiiciI to staff duty.
Col, llrlilKtunii will retain Ills rank- us
Colonel. Thu new Klrst reKlmctit will b"
composed of five troops In lliooklyu und
one troop inch In Albany, IMIca, Ilochister,
lluffalo, Syracuse and U'uM llrlKhton,
(Hie troop in Matihattiin may also be In
cluded In thu new regiment.
IN FIGHT ON MALONE;
Story of Tammany Chief's Op
position Causes Laii";h
Charles I' Murphv, leader of i'ainmunv
Hall, denied last nlirlil the stoty plluteil
In an eveuink' newspaper that be had lor
warded 11 stroni; protest to President Wil
son acninst the appointment or Inidlev
lield Malone as Collector of Ihe I'ort to
stii'ieed John I'utroy Mltchel, Mnyor-eec t
"There's no truth In it." Mr Mutpliv said
The stor was thut a nieetnii! uf iiim
many district leaders hud been held to pat
lorth every efforl lo prevent Ml Malone
from irettlni! the post It was explained
that Tamniauy axunls had been studvim;
bis lecorcl as an si-t.n!t Coiiior.il l"ii
Coiiiie nnd had discovered that while
he wus worklnu lor the nomlti.itiou nnd elec
tion of Woc'idrow Wilson he had been absent
iiitiiii of the time from his work in the
Corporation Counsel's ullhe but did not
fall to draw his salary It was dlscoveied
also, m i online to the storv. that prior to
his appointment as Third Assistant S"c
let.iry of State he had spent most of Im
time in VYashinittnu but continued to draw
his pnV from the 1 It y
WAsitiNiitiiN. Nov. tl Everybody at
the White House had a lallkil to-ilat 'I be
report Item New ork that 1 harlos
Muiphv had sent a personal roprosimtatlv e
to protest to President Wilson .1naln-l the
ji 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) f 1 1 01 Dudley l ield Malmie an
Collector of the I'ott was the cause uf .
Ihe t Ileum ht 1 1 r Mutphy. after his rei ent
expei iciices, protestlnir aubodv or hiu
thlnir to Weodrow MIcm excited Ihe White
House risibilities Nobody there had seen
aiivtliini: of Murphy's protester
Mr Malone too was iniiliied to derive
considerable merriment troui the report
Seilet.iry to the President Joseph P
Tumulty 1 oiislilrei the siis'Kcstjou of a
protest ak'Hii.st Mr Malone's appoint meiit
from I'ourteeiilh street too ridiculous to
win 1. nit even a moment's 1 on-lde ration
Washington was Inclined lo Isdiovc that
Murphy, it he intends to IcidKe a protest,
Is inoviiik' to smoke Senator ()'(ioi man out.
If Tammany demands from the Neiv NcuK
.senator that he oppo.c the uimlii.itioii
of his son-in-lnw It will embarrass .Mr.
11 (iiirman Malum openlv and viitoi-011-ly
iiin.sed th" i'aiiiniiiuy ticket In llie
r tit i'iinii.iis'ii and It Is Isdieved here that
Muiphr iiilei.ils (o ask for a lioir down
from senator ()'(iormnu as to Jiist how he
stands on this appointment
ELKUS CALLS ON GOV. QLYNN.
31 111 t (.lies With I lie I'loallile p
llolllter In 11 JuilHesltll.
Amiakv. Nov 11 Abram I Klku.
Iiumucratlc candidate for Associate JuiIr
of thu Court of Appi-ils, who was d
fixated by Jiidi.e Krank 11. Hiscoek. callid
on (iov (ilynn to-day, accompanied bv
W llurnh.im Motllt of New Voik. It
has 1 11 stm-ui sted that ijov lilvnti ap
point Mr Klkus to the vacancy on the
Court of Appeals bench caused by the
lectlun of either .luiluc Wi mer or It.it t
btt. which Is still unsettled.
ciov. illvnii l raid lo be ccinslderine
the appointment of llvrtow S Weeks of
New York city to Micieed Supreme Colli t
Justice (ierard, now Ambassador to del
many. MITCHEL OFF FOR PANAMA. 1
Milts io-dn With Xlr. Xlltehcl nnd'
a Siitnll I'm lii.
John Purroy Mltchel. M ix or-elect. and
Mrs. Mltchel will sail p-dav on the i
1'nltcd Krult steamship X.ic.tpa for '
I'anamn. They will be lu'companled by
four friends. Mr Mltchil is coins In
search of rest and to Ret aw.iv from ap
plication for appointments Meantime, '
however, he holes to she thouuht to thu'
matter of the mure Important places he '
has to itlve out.
Mr. Mltchel ss'tit the neater part of
xcMcrd.iy :eltlnK ready for his Jouinej.
He did some parkins' In the tnoinluK and 1
went to his dentist's In the afternoon.
List evenltiK Mis. Mlb lie! and he cave a
small dinner party at their home
PRATT HEADS LOESER & CO.
lllci'trit l'rrshlrnt nf llroiikln De
Herbert I.co l'ratl, son of the Into
Charles Pratt, nnd son-in-law of the lnte
John Hlbli, bccaiiio president of Fred
rick I.oeser K Co. of Hrooklyn yesterday.
He was a special partner 111 the firm of
Frederick I.oeser & Co. beforo It becanio
n corporation and repnscnts the con
trollliiK Interests. Krnest J Haiiford,
William J. Cooper and Walter I laniinett,
who hnve been nctlve In the maiiiiKeliient
of tho llrm for ninny years, were elected
vice-presidents of the company, William
V, Hester, another sou-ln-law of the lato
John Cilbb, was added to the directorate,
which now stands us follows: Herbert I..
Pratt, Krnest .1. Hanford, William J.
Cooper, William Hninmntt, Albert 11.
l.amb, Alden K. Swan und William V.
CONVICT'S WIFE FIGHTS TO WED.
Srrkn IliirrlnstP License- on lironiiil
llushllllil Is l.cKillly Demi.
The cuestlon of whether u man who
Kill an Indetermliuile senten if from
twenty years tn life In Sins HIliK for tniir
iter Is civilly dead camo up yesterday
before Supreme Com I Justice Maddux
in Hrooklyn, when application was innibv
for ii iiiandniiius onleiiuit City Clerk
Scully to Krant n mnirlnBf license to
Mrs. Mntriarct Mary (laiKiiu. a school
teacher, of BR Arlington uvi nue, and
William WiTshelnitr, n llthoitrapher, of
701 Ilojd uveiiue, Woodhiiven.
Mrs. (liirBan was married to John i.
(larKiin. a bookmaker, on March a, Win.
Kltiven niontliH Inter he killed his father-In-law
und his own brother in a family
tight. He W'us convicted und scut tu Hint;
On October 1 last Mrs. Oiiik.iii and
WeishilmiT. bolli of whom are I'S years
old, applied for a iniriiiiKc license, it
whh It fused, This led to the ill tii't.inius
pificecdlims to deleriuliiv whether (larKan
shnilld be held us dead.
Justice Maddux reacrved decision.
M'CALL TO HOLD UP I
(,'alls rpon All Loyal Citizens to
Support New Mayor in
SILKXT OX TAMMANY FKIHT
Denies lie Will lleslprn to Ac
cept (ierard's Place on
Pdward P. Mi Call returned yesterday
to his work as chairman of the Public
Service ( cininilssion follow lux n brief rest
iiller the catnpaiiin He was smllliii;,
loolieil rtlUKi'il and seeined really for the
details lh.it coiifrouted him
When he met the reporters he tnntlesev
ciul thltms fiear. I'irst he said It was the
duty of (ill rillens to back Mayor-eleci
Mllchi'l, and he hluiself felt that Mr.
Milchi'l iieedisl moral support for tin.' work
that lies ahead of hint in the next four
years. Stcotul, bo said emphatically that
he would mil reslmi his (onimlssloiier
ship and incept an appointment as suc
cessor lo Justice (ierard ililrd, he would
not discuss Ihe question of thu reorKati
iation ol i'animatiy Hall
" I In- battle has been toiiKhl," he said,
referrlnir to the Mayoialty ampali'ti,
"and has been veiy deii'lve so far as the
expression of the voters imcs. I accept
the lesiill philosophlcnllv I wish to say
that I believe thai the Mayor-elect Is l.ulmr
11 lniril r- It tli I ion and is confronted with
problems that call on every loyal nnd pitri- 1
olio citleii. It lespei live-of party, to Rive
hllll III- tlll'i.llllei slippoll yes. Ills aliso- J
lute support In every way. leirardless of
his polite al l'hels Mr Mitchcl's linnets
should be sustained to the utmost
Vrri Itli; I'rufileiiis Alirnd.
"I know, and I lnheve I can ay it with- 1
out the least bar of bnuu considered etso- I
tlstnal. thai lh new Mayor's oftlc lal life
will not bea bid ol ro-es No ailinlulslra- ,
turn or exec utive otllci rwill have ureal er
burdetis to bear or fre.iter tasks lo meet I
ilerelore all iiiiniies.sary blckerim; and
iiirpim; Imulil 1 ease now ntnl ever man
who lovis bis lit) -hoiild stniiu his ever
notion to aid Mayor-elect .Mltchel ami up
hold him "
Mr Mil all was asked lo what extent he
attributed his cliic.it to 'Tammany Hall, and
"I do not care to uo Into any ati.'il.vsls of
the onuses of the lietnin ra'lc defeat That
would be time w isted '
"What do you think of the criticism
voiced bv Dudley I Hid Malone that the
present oriTiin it ion of iiimui.'iuy Hall has
outlived its usefulness and that the or
i.'aiii.ition must he reon,'anied''
-Mr Mi ( all put up his hand with a smile.
He -ai l he would not cli-cuss that iiii'-tion.
lit also refused lo aiiswtr a ipioMlmi as 10
whether in - appointment of Mr. Malone
was siKiiilliaul ol a tUlit ii -Mills! Tammany
Hall by the Wil-on Administration.
(11 III lilt I UII n Closed lasue.
Aslxsl if he had any statement to make
111 leir.inl lo either William Sul.el or John
A. Hiiilii-sj'. he said
' I'm not (.'olio,' lo 1I1.-1 uss an iues that
were bn.usiit out 111 the 1 ampulim. 'Ihe
)-.i 1 n I .i 1 1-1 1 is closed and I will clisciiss it no
fin t tier, but I would like in suv one I Inns.
I would iike 10 expr s- my deep apprecia
tion ol tli.. Dolls oi ilm-,. who supported
me and my lhanks t those whi voted fur
me lor Mayor I have no complaint to
make My cainiialan was thorouh and
complete and you may lest assured that
lamdtcpli i;ratiiiil to those who ai. line "
i here was a lanior that .Indue McCall
would rcsinn troni the Public Service Com
mission end that (mv . (ilynn would appoint
hllll lo lie Mlplellle ( ..lirt belli ll to site
cicsl Jiisiiie 1 ierard, now Vmbassiilor to
iiermaiiv .luilce M. 1 all said he would not
luoi' In- 1 nuimissioni rslup mid did not
II tend to no b.cc k to the Mipriine ( otirt.
DAUGHTER TURNS ON
MRS. BISHOP, DIVORCED
Hunker's Wife Will Meet Sur
prise on Return From
Mis .MilKall Hun
an interl.ii iltoi-.v de,
.1. ime i 'untiitiK'li.i 'n
llish.ip. who cot
c "f div.'ic.. fnun
Mi-''"P, uic-mher of
the bankuiL- tutu of tti iln. ui.l .i i'.. ,ri.,r
a 1 1 i.tl beloie Supreme ("cunt Justice lioff
aim a jury last spnm:, win Ket u surprise
when stie arrives fmm Kurupe to-day.
Her nftien-yiai-iild d.iimlilei', Nathalie,
one of the two d.iuiihtiis put in her cus
tody under the decri'i, has Marti d pm
cicdliiKs on lui own .n count to have
Itu.iiillaliship taken awa from her inothei.
Mis. Ilislwp will no l.efore Justice
Uli --eilch on .'rlil.n and xpi ess her wishes I mltteil to Sulit-r that he clld not have the
In regard to h.ivnii; the c-uuit slmi a Html Information desired and that Sulzer und
ih'Ciei tu her favor. Daniel P. Hays, who 1 his friends left the Institution In despair
has been nude attorney for Mts. Illshop! Lawjers here declared to-nlpht that If
In place of Jame W "islnunu. who tried i It could be proved that Sillier held out n
her case, said .vesterdav that Mrs, Hlshop promise of n pardon to stilwell provided
miclit not ak for a tln.il decree because thu latter would Klve him evidence upon
It had hi en hnuiKlit to her attention that which the Senatois could be Intimidated
lui husband hid told fi lends that he In-1 to vole iiKaltist the lemovul of the ilov
tended to wed air.iln. ertior such proof would be hillllcleut to
l lie oisiaiisi.iciion or llie niieen-ye.ir-old
daughter wltli her mother's Kti.i rilin n
ship nunc out befcue Ju-tlco (ileirerlch
when I lent y Tat't, counsel for Mr,
(ls10l, .IShl'll the
decree or Set aside
uift to sIkii n tlnai
the interlocutoiy de -
cieo already Ki-antcd. Mr. Tuft said that 1 ileneral Ciirmody also Is inaklnK an In
the time within vvhlcli Alls. Ilishop could ; vestlKiitlon conceriiltiB the use of the
apply fur tile llu.il decrie was up a month , lU'tectnpllone In the prison, esiieclally the
alio. methods resorted to by those who were
In behalf of Mrs. lllhop Mr, Havs responsible tor the plniiiiH of the machine
said; "Mis Illshop will he In the cltv to- In n public institution,
moi row. and as she Is the im'urleved party While the Altorney-deneinl refuses to
In this cise, she has some rights hete nnil niaku any tomment on the inxestlKiitlon
unlit to h lie.inl She has wlielessul
trotn tin. (ilyuiplc at Cape llace tint she
will appear In cotut luiuiidlately
At this point Phoenix Imtraham told the
court he had hei-n renin sli d bv Nathalie
Illshop to act as special iruiinllun for her will bcKln the .necessary procei'dluits to
In u pioieedui,: fop the niodllli'utloji nf the instllute his public Investigation which ho
divorce decree. Justice (ileacrlch then proinlcd before tho rect-nt election,
adjourned nil the proivedliiKs until Krlduy. I -
In Nathalie Hlshop's petition the chlid
s.ivs her mother left fr i-iurope without GARDNER NOT LEADER, HE SAYS.
tellltu; whete site was Kolni.-, und adds;
fi?,,.v,,av,ur..r,r"i,tVins;nl .v,,,v,,:!ii: n- w-w Mw-,-"
sarles of life My aunt sent me hack to. Ac Willi lleiiuliHcnii.
schisil mi Siplemlier Ti, My mother has ,
exeic'li.ed no cue over pie and has not HostoN. Nov. 1 1. CouKrcssmaii ilanl
funilshid me with any clothlnit or sup. "cr. teplyltiK to nil open letter or llepi.
poit. I ask that tlm decne be nun tided eenlatlvo Clarcncii A. Itarnes of Mans
to Klve my custody to my sister, Mary (1 field, says he does not assume lo Im thu
Illshop, who will he 21 ,v"e,im old on Vv. leader of the Republican puty, hut that
ruary 1. 1HH, and who Is able and wIIIIhk ho would be wlllliiK to "ko a Ioiik way
to provide, for me." toward IiiIiirIiik about tho stale of affalis
Miss Mary lllslmp, who, wllh her older under which those who have been voting
s slur, has been llvinit with her father, the Pri'Kresslvu ticket nili.ht bo wllllns
slKlieil ii coiiunt lo act as KUardlan fori ,..,c e.ore lo act with th Keoublleni,
o Slililllpoi Aboard llllttlcshl'i.
Wadiiinutuk, Nov 11-- The Navv De
partment set ut rest to-day rumors re-
KUI'dlUtf tile tllleued null it; nf si.,nll.
pox on iioani uis linttli ship Vermont. ",m' priuinriw iit-xv jeur uiiucr wuut
now wllh tho Atlantic Meet In Medlter-1 ''v''r party deslKiiatloii nilKht be nailed
I .in n ll purls 'The captain nf the 'er- upon, nnd the deh Kates lo the Slate con
llionl .ili'eil Hum Muuielllei Mini Ihciii ventloii of thu Siiine piniy would utile
'" " 11 I'l sni.illisi o i board in., the plutlnrin np.tii which the uoiuliiio
hlp. . should run.
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MAY INDICT SULZER
FOR SING SING VISIT
Ciirnuxly to Tnvpstiirnte He
porteil Trip of Inipeiieheil
(Jovernor t See St il well.
ALLKOKD I'AHDON I'UO.MISK
Slllzer Siiid to lime Soiiylit
Kvidenee Airniiit Senators
AliiaNV, Nov. 11. The statewide Inves
tlKatlon to he mado by Attorney-C.eneral
Carinody Into thu charnus made durliiK
the recent New York Mayoralty cam
paign will Include Information received
hy the Statu authorities to tile effect
that William Kulzer. while (lovernur,
made a mldnlKht visit to Sum SlnK prison
to pet u confession from ox-Senator
Stephen J Stllwtll of The Hroim.
Mr. (.'armody icfused to-day to com
ment on this phase of the Inquiry, but It
was learned that Information nlonn this
line had been submitted to him and he
was looKInc Into It.
Accordlm,' to reports current hero the
information was to the effect that after
the Assembly had voted to Impeach Sill
ier, the latter determined to ko to .Sins'
SliiR piison to Interview .Stilwell per
sonally . , ,
It was reported that ho had come to
this diclblon after certain of his support
ers had been unsuccessful ill their efforts
to net a confession from Stilwell. Sulzer,
It is said acioinpiinted by several friends,
lift Albany for Sine SiiiK e.uly In the
eveiiluK and arrived at tho prison nor
It Is understood here that Sillier con
ferred for over an hour witn siuweii,
iii..i.,llnL- with him to uivo him Inforiua
, lion which could be used as ii club oxer
thu head" of various Senators so thut they
would be compelled tu votu for the Xiov-
In return Sulzer promised, uccordliiK
to the Information turned over to the
State authorities, that he would Rive stil
well an unconditional pardon.
It is leportcd that Stilwell finally ml-
Ket Indictments ui.-aiiist SuUer nnd others
Involved with hlin on either tlm illume
of consplracx or blackmail.
tu nriiliilon tn looklnu into the iufor-
I million eciuccrnliiK the reporied inidnlKlit
, visit of sulzer (o Sinn siiik Attorney
he Is making It Is said that he Is favor
ably impressed with the developments.
When tho evidence ho Is KtitherltiK Is In
tnnwlble form and Is such us would be ro
itariled us competent in a court of compe
tent Jurisdiction It Is expected that he
llarnes, who v..i n niemher of fin I'd -tier's
campalKli commiltce, had HiiKKestcd
to (lardncr a plan for amalKiimatlon of
Itepublleani and I'roKreslves by whlili
both Hint nnd (lariluer would enter the
At all bookalori
SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
Ave. cor nmli S'rtt'
(iraham Avenue cor. IX'bevoi s
I Ihkim Axetiiit' cor.l?ookav.i Avi
, I'l IH l:N I C H-xKil ill I'd
lA i oans im:p.id niuv
2 IWO UI'Lr I'KOM DM
I NO YELLOW PERIL. SAYS MABIE.
I llilneiitor llelleves .iMtinu Is llol u
tlnii Thai I, Ike Thin niintrr.
i I r. Ilamil'.oii WriKht Maine, first v
change professor flom the 1't.lted Stiffs
lo Japan. pole oi "Peace in the K "
Mast" yesterd.iv afternoon befo: i- '
New York I'.-. lie Society III the Ilo'c-
Astor Andrew- I'arniirie preside !
"The mattir of pence ' saei
.Mnble, "Is a matter of knowledge V
tiinilaiueiit.il ptr.ciple ,:, ntui.ir
liitions Is to undei stand one another Wi
may not like a people when we .
them, but we cannot hate them
"Japan Is the only nation wh.-h tul'
like us us ,i nation. A new- ace Y . ..-
bum there. We as Amenc.i'.s .i -.
icsponslble for that avvakenlus There
fore we should no! withdraw "ii s
pathy now. Ate we to route ae
flic nils with this nation oi enem e-
thete to be universal peace or a h..
war'" Tile inatlcr ,s in our hands 1 ie
Is no yellow -i 'l utiliss we create
MUTINOUS CREW ARRAIGNED.
Three Sen men of the lliirk XIiikiis
Itevii I'lc-Hd (Jlllttj.
i Wlt.MlNiiTo.s:, Del., Nov. 1 ' ' i tei'
States Commissioner Mahaff. . t t
day nlneteiii of tho crew of th- bar
Manna lteva, Ilicludllit; Samuel Sie. . n
the second mate, for a hcarim; 1 1 xt Mi
day on the chari-'O of overpowerinK Cat'
'Henry Townsend and Klist .Mite ' II
' Tripp and takim; possession of the h r
Tlm ball was fixed ut fl.OOU for e.e h U'
Three nf the crew pleaded fr-inltv an.
. were held without ball
; Cupt Towiiseiid end Mate Tr p '
claru that the sallois had no pre.
Hon to luutinv. but the in. n tell a u
ent story. They assert that t.u-.v wire
on short rations and compelled to
lonu hours and weie. innnhlv treated .i -that
th. captain uuallv was iiiubr IN'
Intluence of uroinr dilnk
, The captain says that no cotni
. rfaclied Ids ears until the men 1"'
on him while he lay sick in his lurt'
bound him hand und foot
llnrth Tremor In nlorailii.
Month xsK, Col.. Nov. 11 A slut i
shock, lasting for about tin secouil.- u -
fell about ," o'clock this ufteri
Montrose nnd aloiu: the I'ncoini
I Valley for linhteeii mlb s oi ninn l'
tutes on the walls of ni.iuv houses n
back and foith from tho wall .pi
and bric-a-bi ,ie were thrown fron
rails. The movement was fiom the
And Cuticurii Ointment. '1 1 fir
use tends to prevent pore i a
ging, pimples, blackheads, ' 1
ncss, roughness and othw
wholesome conditions of tin '.
fiitlruri ffoip in.) Ointment r,l,1 it-n ic
w.irlil l.lj-rl arnniilf of ooh malinl Irrr
Isvik Aitilrs-. "Ciitlriir.i " iiu r K u
sMni who ihivi' ii.t tt.sintsMi st ..ur
bup allllsdll liul fur ikla sua rtll
1 ,' 1 iLi I 1 v
iiiiiul und I'fpi'i-H! iit.itlviu of thu incus
will mak th Brat trip,