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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
FAIR DEAL FOR FRANK
Question of Huco Won't Kn(or
lnlo Considerations for
Clcnu'iicy, lie Says.
;ti;(t.s dkxiaij or whit
Mexicans Loot Oil Fields; TIM SULLIVAN DEATH
Nations May, Ask Protection LOOMS UPATINQUIRY
Knmiits Seize Pniuioo. Near Tnmpico Spain Tolls Bryan
Its Xatiuiials Are Being Killed in Mexico City
Disorder at Vera Cruz.
n, Joi,n m. s,,m, or oCorKi J VIMiA"S TltOOrs AUK SAID TO HE IX TIIK CAPITAL
Ileus Mint If M, I'liuik la guilty of
tiic tmiiilir i( Mary I'hngan he otiulit
t be lunged. I" there in any douiit Wasiiinuton, Nov. 27. The illslntegra-1 One rMon for this In that Carranza has
i,l.out It. '.lowevtr, It will lie f.ir the Stale . .,,,, . , .,.,. . moved from Orizaba to Vera Cruz, where
wrr li b- m:i'l" It ! tit that the fact that . are greater now than nt any period In the Mrx'co city to Vera Cruz Is being tte
1'rink was u .lew would have nothing I four ears of Mexican troubles, according , stroyed, ciitllnr off' nil rail rommunlci
to .lo with ill consideration of the '.. to advices reachlnr; here to-dav. 'Hon between tho two e-ltlcs. It In ex-
',. of Slate bondr. niacin the tlt.al hp- imunrwl that tl.c town of Panuco. In th-d iwo clilci nnv nioment. though It 2
peal for clcntfiicy In the Frank case will heart of the Tamplco nil district, had been j exported also tliut Villa will soon have
be m.ule to him within a few days lie- . evacuated by Carranza forces, fearing the Ifoinmiinlcatlon established between Mcxlix)
cauee he ucnev.'s inc. imw .:, annroaeh of Villa trnm. and that tho !'" ' Hie border,
i-nme t'ourt will deny 1-riitiK a wilt or ' , , , .
error on Motul.iv. ; ,mvn WUM lake" Puff"'"" ty Irrespon-
It was pointed out by tiov. Slaton that 1 slbb- irregulars, declare! to bo no better
Aeson.it" Justices Holmes and Lamar of 'than banditti. 1-outlng of stores lind
the I 'nlted States Supreme Court have hum-en In the town has already occuried.
,-d such a writ and that Justice . ,uttor
Ozark In the Panuco ltlver at Tamplco
and It Is thoiiKht she wilt be moved up
the river an close as possible to I'anueo.
Witnesses at Coroner Investi
gation Questioned About
MANY NOT. IDENTIFIED
MORE CATTLE DISEASE FOUND.
l.snxr was formerly on th" supreme
Cou-t bench of Ccnrgla. Then (lov. Sin.
ton fain ' "' don't have to be a lawyer
to figure out what the full rourl will
p.okib'y do on Monday. Von van make
an Cfioil .1(1 cuts ns 1.
When a iiso come" up. to me for ,
et in. ! r. I make It a nil
Mny Auk Protrrtlon.
I It w.im Ihoueht tirobahle Mo.nlirht that
appeals would be made to the I'nlted
t- to i-f ad eer- i a
f the .vldi'iiie and th'it to write an ! Stated on behalf of the llrltWh. Putch and
nf.nioi. htatln;: h. I Brant eleineucy. American on uuereoiK in mat un-irici mr
lii !: p r cent, of the pas-en before tnc I the landlni? of blueJaeketH to protect tho
c anie-l l-'in-nov to iiesroeH. ' Immeii-ely aluuble oil ptoperlleM there,
I am in far of 'the inforeeuient of ! but the prevent Indlratloni jm that euch
I'.e !nv ' u' I don't limltHt- to Kle clem- " appeal will be Dally refused b the
, I win not mlc. a woid of the ! Administration.
evi.l i'-p In the INank cite vh. n It comet AtubacHailor Uiano of Spain calll at
b 'oi. ait I will treat It ai any other ! ,h '-'te Department to-day and Informed
j Secretary lirun that bin Government had
S.aton was eaiphatlc In wising
the people o' ('(orgl.i ami hlni.-elf bear
ro i!' w II to any race, lie lamented
the ie::. p fi.it eoni i-crvoiiH looked at
t ie l'r.ink case uc the persecution of a
jr.v He in'litloned the name. of n dozen
p'vni.ni nt Hebrews of ileorcla v h-i have.
I. -1 ptihl'i ollb e.
Vf-AiTi, N 27.- c-ertlnE the Jury
In ! i act wait on ti'Ul for its life, I.co
JI I i.ink M-day Ifsued .mother statement
r w!i h h W)' he Iiih not bud a fair
ea nit He averts that altlioiiEh hl
i . has been bloucht to the attention
o' (ei..il vnurtu he lias only had one
fu' a' whl.-a the question of his unlit
or it, loeeiuc was considered. Ills onim-t-
' re '.i. s. has only questioned the leir.il
j.ro c-'e Spf aklim of the Jury and the
trial ne sa .
'li t ii.it w.i a trial; If thoe con
illt w w iueii obtained constitute a leK.il,
J id, .-.., trial, if tht Issue of lite nd
il. , 'i could be reasonably presumed to be
folliful:.. consider. d in suih an atmos
if ,(. th. n liod help alt of us. 1 feet
tot tile twelve si'Mlenten of tho J. -y.
Jutt consider their predkammt they
were on trial too: their very lives nunc
In the b.ilance. there were thirteen men
on trial for life at my trial, the Juiors
reports of the staylm: of a number of
Spaniards In Mexico city when It was oc
cupied by Xapati's tioops. The Depart
ment had not heard of this.
I- Secretary llryan alil late to-day that
lie did not know who was In contiol nt
Mexico city: that ho had no Information
of X.ipata being there In person, and that
according to ni latest advices villa was
still forty mites from tne. c.tplMl
Nevertheless Mr. llryan has Instructed
the Urar.lllau Mlt.lMer and Consul Silll
man nt Mexico city to make the uual
Innulrlea and representation to whoever
Is In control regarding the reported kill
ing of Spaniards and nlso regarding the
looting of an American ranch, owned by
a man named Hill, Just outside Mexico
ety. This ranch was looted by soldiers,
but of what on- of the numerous factions
lu Mexico is not known here.
Trouble at Vt-rn Crni.
At Vera Crur. Carranza hns established
Ills goNernnient. nccordlng to official ad
vices. It decani known to-day that shoot
ing has occurred on several nights since,
the occupjtlon of Vera Cms by the Car
rania forces anil that disorders have been
frequent. These are said not to be seri
Denial was made to-day of renorts from
Calveeton that the t'nlted States force
had been tired on as they weto leaving
titn. Kunston has teporteil his arrival
at (ialvcaton and has asked for two
months leave of absence, which will he
Warship Cnlm to May nt Vera I rnt,
fprrial Cablt httpalrh to The Sin.
Havana, Nov. 27. The warship Cudj
has been ordered to remain at Vera Crur.,
Mexico, while the conditions there le
Nerr Jerser'n Pllptht In Dentin With
Cor-dltloiis In New Jersey ro deplor
nbto with relation lo the spread of the.
cattle foot and mouth disease. Two new
cases were found yesterdny near Ted
rlcktown, Salem county, making nlno
henli already affected. Tho State Hoard
of Health Is without funds to pay the
co-it of deatrojlng more than fiOO cattlo
mid cannot get money unless a special
session of tho Legislature Ig called, (lov.
riclder Is not Inclluod to assemble tho
legislators to pnu a special npptoprla
tlon. The two Infected farms found yester
lay near I'cdrlcktown are those of Mil
Danes and Alvln Nlpc. Tree vowm and
six hogs on each farm have the disease.
Salem county was quarantined by Dr. 1.
II. Shaw of the State Hoard of Health.
There me now three of the State's
twenty-one counties under quarantine.,
the others being Hudson and Somerset.
At New Lois, within the limits of Now
York city. -eeral additional herds arc
WILDE'S BIOGRAPHER WINS.
VILLA'S MEN IN CAPITAL.
Lender Kcnmllis nt Tiiln I'lubllnK
In Mnnj ei-llon.
Hl I'aso, Nov. 27. A movement against
Ciuil.ul Victoria, capital of the Mexico
State of Tatiiaulipas, has been U-gun by
the Villa forces, according to advices re
ceived to-day In HI I'aso.
An official Villa report s ild that C5(n.
Caballero. the Carrania leader, whose
troop hold Tampl.-o, has recognized tho
conentlon party and will offer no rc
slstaneo to the entry of Villa's troops.
Villa force are nlso moxlng against
Monterey I; It- s.ilrf by Vllllsta agents
that Saltltto 1 being ii.il as Hie b.i.e
for these operations, but Ca ri-.n-Nt.is de
clare thai the city l rtill held bv foics
loyal to the Klrst Chl'f and that Villa
troop from Torreon have advancid no
further than r.iredon.
Villa remains In Tula, a short distance
north of Mexico city. A part of bis forces
have entered Mexico city. A train, the
first In many weeks, left Mexico city to
day for .luaier. ICall and wire communi
cations wire opened te-tweon the national
capital and the border.
According to Juarez olliclals Villa will
remain In Mxlco city only long enough
to establish the government and will then
move his enlV force agaln-t Vera Criu
Ills object. It Is stated. Is either to cap
ture Carranza or drle him from the coun
try. All other campaigns will b sub
servient to this move and a force of more
than r.O.OOU will be moitil against the
The possibility that Timothy D. Sulli
van, who wad found dead on tne :sew
York, New Haven and Hartford- trucks
near the Ivlham Parkway bridge on Au
gust 31, 1H13, met death at the hands of
an nssn-ssln beforo his Isidy was run ever
by a switching train, loomed up again
yesterday Hi the hearing b-fore Commis
sioner of Accounts WdJIsiclu In tin; In
quiry Into tho Coroners' olllrc
It was the opinion of witnesses that an
autopsy on tho body of Sullivan probably;
would have disclosed the manner In which
he met deatli. and Dr. Douvlas Hytnmers,
associate professor of pathology In ltelle-vin-
Mistical Colli ge, told a Hun reporter
after Ids testimony thn.t an autopsy per
formed on Sullivan's body now proliahly
would Khun- whether he was actually killed
by the. train that parsed over his ls.dy.
Sullivan's head was Intact, It was ex
plained, ami a blackjack mark would
how, or if he died from the effitt ot
corrolc poisoning that could be shown
It will b remembered that SulllMin's
lidy lay unidentified nearly two week In
the Kordliam morgue, and that thre was
a suggestion of murdnr at the time. It
rrgu'c ilste palse!ltl'irou!:hUfor j MANY HURT IN WESTERN WRECK
I.ortl Alfred Douitlns Itrlensi-il Alter
Jnry DtaUKreenten t .
ipeciil Cable PnpMrh tn Tnr Sex
1-ondov. Nov. 27. The trial of Lord
Alfred Douglas, friend and biographer of
Oscar Wilde, on a chaige of libelling WORE SISTER'S CLOTHES TO DIE
Itohert Itoss. the executor of th j
Wilde estate, iiniun in a nisagre. ineui ,,, rflll. tM r ,., Uelil,e
oi llie jury
Right wings, centre and left
flanks but no rear !
Curiously enough that headline absolutely de
scribes the Equitable Building because inas
much as the Equitable Building fronts on four
thoroughfares, it has four right wings, four
left flanks, one centre, and no rear.
It is, in fact, not a building for rearguard ac
tions or retreats, but a building which is des
tined to be identified with aggressive, offensive,
forward business campaigning all along the line.
Istmtti now being made from May 1, 19 IS. The building, koir
evr, U due to be completed 2 or 3 months ahead of that date.
Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street
which whs ill-charged.
Lord Alfred was released, the Judge ,
remarking that Itoss had expressed .
neither Indignation nor horror at the vices
of which Wilde had been convicted.
"Itoth Itoss and Douglas," be added,
"seemed lo have Muttered around that
unwholesome person like moths around
Tell, of t'llldenllned llesil.
Dr. Syniniers. the first witness jesfer
diy. said 2,ti.7 deaths of unidentified p(r
tons were reported In Manhattan In the
four jears from It'ln to 1H Of this
Th fiiI j -nine In Jlosptleil After
ton 'I'm I n Is IMIehcd.
Mrxirvi. Mo.. Nov 27. 1'weiitv-nino in- !
Jured .are In the h spltal here and several discovered
other! are- known to have been hurt when
th llurllngton-Alton "daylight flyer." tho
nnil llnnueit Himself.
flrief over the death two months ago
of his sister. Mrs. Kllzabeth It. KduanK j
Is supposed to lone caued tho suicide,
of Albert Hanks, .'.O, a letlred shoe mer
chant, at his home. fo'5 Hleventh street,
tlrooklyn, esterday morning. Tho body
wan found, dressed In the night dress,
wrapper and slippers 'if the dexd worn in.
bunging by ir biok strap to it coat hook
Dr. Kelly of tin Methodist Kpl-copil !
Hospital said Mr. Hanks had liven dead '
only a few minutes. !
Just about the time the suicide was,
hearse slopped in mint "f
1 U. S. AVIATORS FLY NEXT
I MONTH FOR MACKAY COP
War Department Will Send .Ma
'Hues. Artillery and Cavalry
(o .Sa.u Diojrn Conte.t.
number MS stll! remained unidentified at crack train of the road between Knti-as
Carranza has about f.000 troons at i eejport, where Carranzj Is making his
Vera Cruz now and brought In yesterday I headquarter'. Zapata Is expected to assist
several tralnloads of war matirlal, i.ut.v
mobiles and also some ieropl.iuis
originally brought from Mexico city. Mer
cantile establishments are open there but
are doing very Utile business. A strict
l.n.llrililn's ('opinio Tell of Vnlnthm
Interned (.ermnn l.lni-r.
Tie I'uiuidcr l.usltjinla. In last night .censorship lias b.en placed on the cable
f-oiii Liverpool, bi ought .I'MO sacks of . at Vera Cruz, though Consul Canada w is
mail and a contradiction by Capt. Daniel . assured that nil his otllclal messages were
IMw of the story that the Cumin! ships ,een: .-is received.
had been tending Insulting messages by uen. Agitllar. local e-ommander at Vera
ulrclis. to the Interned Herman liners in t ruz, called on the Consul to cotieratii
e ant. Dow said this story was not only'ner In which its forced evacuated Vera
untrue but absurd, a-j he and Capt. Hans ('ruz and upon the clean condition in
rtuer of the Hamburg-American lin'r winch the city was found by tin- Mexican
In this movement.
Villa's troops will encounter strong op
position, Carrana agents hero declare.
The latter claim that the entire command
of i7.ii Itl.inco. parts of the commands of
iluis. ubregiiii and Hiieluti and raiwt of
Jesus Carraliza's brigade are located along
th line r.ist, with Orizaba a a base.
(.en. 1-Vlipe Angeli-i ha s-.ntjin'd a
complete defeat at liuadalajara aivordlm;
to reiKirts recelied from (ien. Dleguez.
late the L'nlteil States on tile orderly man-1 Carranclsta commander at C.u.idalajara
terland had dinner together at an up'
town hotel Just before th- LnsltaiiU
Marled on her previous trip to the east
ward and that he then made an ag.-ee.
irent with the Herman skipper to saluu;
forces on their entry.
According -o latest otllclal reports Villa
tins halted his progress t'.ward Mexico
city and stopped at Tula, about forty
miles away, for a stay of several d.i.vs
No details of the light are given other
than that the flpht was outside of the c'ty.
GEN. BLANCO A PRISONER,
-ui.. n. u. I ..........I.. ..a.l .1,.,..., - In uhl.-h In "ori7:inlze I1I4 tnrfu " Thiiinrli
1110 Bill( .a liic i,u..iainn ..anev.i ........ ..... ......-.
the river. " Ka reported from the border unofficially
Th t.nsltanU dinned tier ensign and late to-day that Villa entered Mexico citv
int Huser did likewise. The nautical this afternoon ofticial despatches Indicated
mciilties. Capt. Dow said, should De
properly obeerved In neutral ports, and
It- whs sure this also was the sentiment
of C..pu l:uer.
SIEGEL'S S25.000 BAIL PUT UP.
J, I), l.t-ty of Oppenlielln, I olllns A
Co. nnil A. Ilermnn Ills Mirelles.
Two friends of Henry Slegel, Isaac
D Levy of Oppcnhelm, Collins (t Co. and j
Alexander Herman of 5 Nassau street,
signed the convicted merchant banker's
ball bond of t2,nu( yesterday. Justice
Clark of ilcneJco, N. Y.. had referred the
matter to Justice Keudrlck, eltting in I
the County Court here. Inasmuch as the
bond put up by the National Surety Com
pany, on which Slegel had been held, ex
that his entry would be considerably de
Knon of N11 I'ntlerslniiillnK.
Nothing has been received showing
whether there Is an understanding be
tween Villa and Z.ip.itu as to Mexico city.
Secretary Uryan announced to-day that
Consul Sllllmaii would not Join Carrans.i
as he was ordered to do a few dnvs ago.
the time- of burial
ThKi folic; Srge.int Peter Purfleld. as
signed to the Manhattan morgue, told of
Identifying Sullivan's body, from news-pape-r
plcturer, on September 12, Just be
for.. It was to bfl burled.
Commissioner Wallsteln read to Dr.
Symmers the rinding of the Coroner's JutT
that Timothy D. Sullivan e-ame to I1I1
death "through an accident, but can o4
tach blame to no one." In answer to a
question regarding the ndv lablllty of an
autopsy Dr. Symmers sahl :
"As long as there was the slightest sus
picion of foul play .11.1t body, matigbl 1
.....1 1....1...-1 .u 1. ..... ..i.....t.i t.... . i
examlne.1 at an autopsy with the object
of determining If poidble whether the
null had llrt been muroeied and then
thrown on the lrnek or whether he had
hi-m killed as a Hunt of having lieen
placeil em the tracks during life."
Dr. Charles Norrls. dlns-toi of the path
ological laboratoty 'n 11,-llev lie Hospital,
answered to tlw tame question
"It Is to be- presumed, knowing what
happenid to Sullivan that day, that If
there had b'en foul play It would prob
ably have consisted In his being black
jacked on th-! back of the head."
ItehnWed fur nlops.
The mark of a blaekjsik could have
been determined from an autopsv, Pr.
Norrls sj.f'.d. He said nlfo that an au
topsy would have disclosed poisoning If
Sullliiin h-id dl.'d from that.
Dr. Norrls testified that the late Julius
Iliirhurser when he was Coroner had ie.
huked him for performing nn autoprv on
lh-- l"ly of Charles Iiigmu at llellcvue.
ll win through his autopsv, Dr. Norrls
sild, that lie discovered evidence that led
him to notify the Corone-r
Dr. l!od.i: n.s-U of 2S. Central Park
Wist In a iu'vate he irlng before Commls
s'oiur Wallsteln hue in the day gave what
wis said 10 !' "astound'tic valence rt
rardlng ihe death of Ia.ie Welnitart. an
Importer. In the same apartment lions In
which !:. H-vk lives.
Welng.ut's bo.ly wus found in a bath
tub in his apaittnent and there wa.s some
question whether death was from natural
cause.'. H bid taken out a large Insur
ance po!c less than a year before, and
this would have be. 11 void If It were shown
that lie i-ommltted suicide. Cormier llel
leqsteln found deatli was from "asphyxia,
due tu naMiral c.iusts."
Supreme Court JujiMee Pnd!eton de.
bled Dr. Hei'k vveiiild have to answer the
put to him by Commissioner
City and St. Iouls, left the (alls no-ir
Clark, Mo . this afternoon. Several of the
Injured will die.
Th'J wreck Is believed to have been
caused by a defective rail over which the
engine and tender pa.sn! safely. The
four coi'-'iies. howevi . all left the rails
and overturned. M.t of tho serious!
Injured wero on the parlor car.
JOHN D. CRIMMINS, JR., SUED.
A. A. It, so Asks fur H4.SHI Alli-ued
to lie line oil Notes,
A suit In behalf of Allan A. Ityan, son
of Thomas K. !!.in. wna filed in the Su
pietne Court vesterday agiilnt John D.
Crlmmlns. Jr., to recover 14,819 on two
The complaint allegee that one demand
note was made on January 4, IPlt. on
which Ityan lent tS.r.PO without collateral
Washington-, Niv 27 - The War
1 '01 M 1 1 in- lit Hlii.oiiuced to-day that m
rip's. iirtlll-ry and cinly will be sent
In s;..li uhAiit the mlililt. tlei-Min-
the house and remained for sotno time 1(. 1,1,mrst for , Ml.UHy.
oen.rsi ku.uk .111 .-.ewu'-.e ...... " a, ,. trn..v tales Pirn-. Claiouc 1 1
aware that Mr. Hanks w:., very ..centr,.- v M,XK,.,. r..s ,,K ,ve ,, ,.,, fo.
siifpected that he had telephoned for the ' rc,.ot,.1,.s.iri,- work yfAr
hearse. J n. ronies! ie of pirtlciilir Inteiest on hc.-
' count of tlie work of aeroplanes in eon
MURPHY STARTS FOR HOME. ncd'un with th- mllltaiv operations .0
lluroiie The eiiii will b.. e-oiilested for by
' teams each composed of a pilot and an
Joins Penierll' Peupltets nint
SS IsIii-sj CroKcr 11 I'lni- Trip.
HoT "rmvis, Va , Nov. 27. -i'hi-.rles 1',
Murphy started for New York to-ulght
after his twelfth pod-election day outing
here, lie t.,ld that he b-!leve,I Ihe eoun
try was In for an era of properlt. The
Tammany chieftain also said h wlhfd
Itlchaid Croker and his Indian bride a
pleiisan: honeymoon. Mr. .Murphy said I -U, f mil
that he had espiclally enj .yul ills gmi
Vrcunoy .if liu'jili ins i.r id, tioops bs.
tow, with their .nmpoMtlon and str llgttl,
also the linn- teqiiiriil 10 make tho flight,
w'll b counted In the Judging The fllern
,'! b-- .btiial.llsd If tlu-j get below J.r.ilo
feet and t -urj inliiut-' they are below
:i Oilij feet polo's will be deducted. There
will be five Judge?, Hires- re pre .entitle
Ho- Wir Depart .i.enl and two tin Aero
matches here with ('scar l'nderwei.. II s
wife and daughter returned with lilin
Week's Imports llri-rense.
Ii-iiiorts of drv goods and mnr.-lianillo
and that the other nole, for $1,31!), wa at New Yoik for -lie week ended Nnvem-
made on November 30. 1?12, with 200 I.er 21 werei Mf..S.'i'.i.,.7U. against J17.-
shnres of Continental Typewriter stock as r, 3. "...".'!') the week bctun and 1 7. '.'!. 22 1
security. for 'he corrc.-ponding w ! of i.ist .via .
Vie, llrjon 1111 Hie VVInu.
W vslllM.TO.N. Nov. 27. Secretar.v of
State lir.vaii ltt Washington this eve
ning for Ann Arbor. Mich, where .e will
Hildiess ,1 body of high school stud-nt.
Ciom Ann ibor. he will go to Ch eaco,
when- he will d IPer a speech Sunday
cvii.lig. lie a :i -tuin to Waslilngton
on Toes, ia.
42nJ nJ 43rrJ Streets, lestof Fifth Sivenu
-Musi Kiptnln tn Cnrrnnrn lleln?
I.emliiK .llexlen rll,.
special Cufte tiru-atel, tn Tnr Scn
Vkra Citrz, Nov. 27 Oen Luclo
Klancn has been detained by his own
command at I'spe-ranza ninl Is on his way
heie, ptmt'.cally a prisoner. It Is expected
that he will arrive late to-night.
lie will have to explain to (7en. Chi-,
rauza why he did not obey orders '
promptly In withdrawing ids troops from!
Mexico city. He held the citv for several 1
dnys afler other Curriinclstss evacuated, ' question
and it was ieporte.t that ha held C'ens Wallne.n. It was nllegid that the "family
Ohregon, Hay and Vlllarcal prisoners for lawyer" had requisted !r. liei-k to repoitj
the c-iuse of death as
loihcr natural c.iusi ."
'heart failure or
LLOYD GEORGE SAYS U. S.
OWES BRITAIN 5 BILLIONS
W. D, MORGAN VIOLENT IN CELL. I
C'nnfiniie-if from First I'age.
inous yesterday in asserting tint. In their
Hrltaln on account of the balance of tturie !
w.m alsiut 2u0.000.00ii, Hdordlng to Sir
Cleiirge 1-ali.h at the time he was discuss.'
The DlHrio; Attorney's office will not ' opinion, the lloatlug Indebtedness of thla ing with tin- Treasury olilceis mean for
ejelde on pressing new Indictments country to Kngland Is not greater than . meeting the obligation. Since then It hai
against Slegel until Governor-elect Whit- fSAu.Oun.OuD. Most of them thought thai ' been leduced ttr-ll to-day it dors not ex-,
nian returns on Monday or Tuesday. It n nj Css than J'.'OO.aoo.fOO. Sir (ieoiga I ceed $nn,ono,000, and with the piesent i
is believed that no new prosecution will be .is.h. when he Hrst came to th'e, coun-' trend of business the obligation villi
try about tlx weeks ago, cstlmate-d that enortiy ue ,m tne other side of the ledger,
the current Indebtedness, of this country A" ' 'be obligation on ai-eoiint of
to Ureal Hiitalii then wa not more than I Auierlcan ss-urlties held abroad, that la j
made until after next June, at the explra
t on of the- time allowed by Justice Clark
for Slegel to make a substantial repay
ment to h!e bank depositors.
BELMONT SUES FOR $168,810.
ajs lie Advanced Thnt Amount In
-niK Tim" Mllllvun.
GERMAN BANK REPORT.
within tho next var riOCi,iiOu,ooo of rail
read securities, of which about one-half
are held abroad, and these not all In
Knglanil, will have to be paid.
-The. tlenee- nr. rrmvllielnr- to Amerl-
..UiTii't Htlmont revealed In papers nled i n Ii..i,l. Hwi ri Hritnln h.m mi
In a suit in the Supreme Court yoterday cum on this country for Indebtedness
tow he carried along Big Tim Sullivan ,jue on whlcii she would have a right to
f'o- four : i ears wh"ii the late Congressman collect In any period of several years
was on the wrong cble of tho stocit mUre than at the most $l,0iny)0u,0ui.
T'e suit l. against Patrick H. Sullivan
.d Laverence Mulligan, executors of Hlg
T n estate, and William 11. Kllison, re-
elver for the estate. It Is for llfiS.SlM'i
f'-r money alleged to have been advanced
to fie ilea el Congressman from 1'JOa to
M Itelmont fays In the court papers
tliH- su.hv.m told him in l!o:i ho was
f ns lie i' y financial losses because he
' l bought a quantity of stocks on mar
r ii .inl in i iue of the tightness of the
ii M.iri.f.! hi. was unable iii nrotect
v ... , ...Li'iio niaras i i.'i.in.i ji' i
- iir,s jir. Iftlmutl-. aiivanceu mm fXC,anKe neriii(ed 1 1 7,770,01)0
' "ue .-cm con'Itiueq lo no u unui
.l.i,. fi. ifny.i, i,e sajs, vvlie-n an account
w is '-pet.eel between them placing tho
f i .um oel .it the tlgure for which Milt
Wi St 31 till
then it ha. li.'n lou lemoie to ne seriously consiaered. It
It Is estimated that j b not n debt and could not ever become no.
Mleued lltnlietsler Mny I'senpe Trlnl
nn (.roiind of Insniilt).
H.vrti'oi-.d, Conn., Nov. 27. William
Denlson Morgan, head of the Mcrgun
P.ankrs Service, Woolworth Hulldlng,
New Vork citv, n'ld formerly cashier of
Aetna Nnti'nal Hank b-re. who in
Jail nwii.tlng trial on the charge of cm.
Iiezzl ng J.M.0CIO of the Aetna Life In
surince iVmpati) stock belonging to Miss
nilzabeth S. Hubbard of West Hartford
and her sister. Mrs. ,1. W. (Yi'onniv of
New Hochelle, N Y. showed signs of
Inleni Insanity In hi" cell to.da) anl
Mens High Class Furnishings and Hats
ACCEPTABLE for Christmas gifts, are assembled in most
assortments, at reasonible prices.
Very Special Values for To-day, Saturday, in
Men's Extra Largo. Open End Silk Scarfs,
in ait excellent, assortmont of (lesicn.s and colorinR?, - - - -
Men's Imported Open End Silk Scarfs.
made of extra quality silk,
Men's Pure Silk Shirts,
satin stripes, custom finish,
Men's Imported Keefers.
of pure thread silk.
Men's Blanket Kobes, S3.2.1. 6.1F,
Actual Values. Sl.oO'to '2.00,
Men's Fine Imported
in the newest shapes,
neduced from $3.00,
Men's Velour Hats
Men's House and Smoking Jackets. 0f double-faced doth,
- at 85c
. to .$2. 50
JAMES GORDON BENNETT HERE.
In llii.lni'.. Trip, lie . ItefiisliiK
In Talk A bo n I War.
' i n. s tturdoi, Heiniett, proprietor of
f ' Nmv Yoik llrrit'l. arrived l ist eve-
i -i- the I'unanl liner LuMtanla for
1 r'l-lliiltf sta In the I'nlted Stales,
h" told the Ship Newi. reportc;s.
iiieinbei if t ie llrruid sUff who
t ' Mr. Ilenlittt down the day slid
1 "ii li' uvjiild leturn to 1,'uropc by tho
!'. tain.i, which Ii so. edulcd to sill
"ei uuriia Mr. Kennetrs wife did
i a .I'-.'uir siny him. Mr. Bennett Mid:
I i. ii 7u m-iis old, and I have never
I-!.. 1 to ni'ivspapcrnien In my life, and
'' ' i "t goli.i: lo talk now,"
Liii-r be revised this sllKlitly. sa,lig
l iii be was here oil btisilio.is. lual lie had
' 'iriliilnn to offer alsiut llie war, and
-it he liked America quite well. He
leei'.ed H bit volliKer than lie did on Lis
"t pre'ious trip this way. wnd greeted
lie Ship New nien clieirll).
( ns I um Itecelpls 1(77(1, Ullll. 7.",.
1 ' e total teceliils ut 111" Custom House
s ' la' for dutn wero 1"7,i"i'i,7". of
v JijS.xlSli wns for merchniidl-i.
" i hi n finiii li'iidi il wurchoiises arid
M" iii,.-, for icienl luipor iilluns.
Weekly Ptiitrnie-iit Minus (iolil In
erense of US, I 711,011(1.
P.Kitu.N', via Ieoudon, Nov. 27. The
weekly statement of the Imperial Hank
shows the following changes:
(Jold Increased 32.716.CiuO marks ($,
17!i.U0f') ; specie dink note's and notes of
other banks decrease, uiMSO.niii) marks
( $2?.7!i7,!50) : Lombards Increased
(,227,ni10 marks ( $ l,n:.A,7Sn) : bills of
(2-1.4 II.7SU) ; stocks derre-asei'. 3,ii22,-
001) marks (190.1,500); current notes dc
creased GO,, l.'.oon marks ($12,711,250);
elcposl's Incre-ised 5S,7SS,u00 marks ($11,-
BOURSE REOPENS DEC. 7.
WAR HITS HOLLAND HARD.
four keepers were 'equlred to restrain
him and force him into a "traitjacket.
Sheriff lewey rec-lved to-night a ie.
lort of two alienists who exanilneil Mor
gan this afternoon, and will ) tlie re
port before the Superior Court. If a com
m sslon decldej. that Morgan Is Insane
he may eM-ni-e trial and tie ermmitted
to an ajiylum or taken caro of d) friends
111 a private Institution,
Some of Morgan's file-nd lnvo f rated
that If balled he might Injure himself,
INSISTS ON HIGHER FARES.
MolillUnllnn null CnrliiK for llrl-
Klnns Stake TIIk Defli-K.
Tub Haoic. Nov. 27. -By April next
the cost lo Holland of the mobilization
Hindu necessary by the Kuropcan wat
will amount to ls.'i.ooo.ooo florins (f."i4.
000,000). The cost of otlior war measures
Is placed at CO.UUO.OOO tlorlnr ($24,000.
000), and caring fs.r the Helglan refugees
t 6,000,1)00 florins ($2,ooo,ii0(i).
It Is estimated thut the national rev- Pennsj Iraiiln llond Itefuses to Agree
rime from ordinary souree-s w-il! be 73,- i . .,... .....i
ouo.ooo n,.r.ns C30,ii0u.0on ) l.s than ,n n,,,' 1 rn,,, "'.
list .ve.ir. Plllu.vpKtl'lltv, Nov, 27. The lenn)i-
To cover the dellclt it is proposed tov.inU Ktiliro.nl. ni'l prvsuinpt'vvly the
secure a loan of 2T5,OAO,Ou(i llorlns PhlKidolphla and Ke-.idlng and the- Haiti
($110,000,000) to add an extra pctvent- more and Ohio, refused to-day lo ngi-ie
ago to nil direct Uxes and to lev) Jn-! to a temp rary suspension of the prosisnl
direct tnxeei. ' j incnises In passenger ralen until the
Pennsylvnn a I'uMIc Servk-e Commission
PHILADELPHIA STOCK TRADING.
I'eiinsyl v imln, t.ehluli Vnllej Hlid
II en ill li a In 1, 1st Open Vtoniliiy,
I'ltttAPnf.Pttt.v. Nov. 27 -The Phllad.!-
Phis Slock Kxchange wilt resume onera-
lions Monday after an rnforei! shtitilown '
for four months. This decision wan '
P.ems. Nov. 27. The Paris Ilourbe will
ienp.li for cash transactions on Decem
ber 7. In accordance with an agreement j trading In bonds and slocks at minimum or
reached to-day between the. Minister of leidrlcled prices.
l-'lliance and a syndicate of bankers. The lesolutl.m of Ihe board of govcr-
Tho new postponement will make It I nors of the Philadelphia exchange pro.
possible to bring from Bordeaux the great vided that only such New Vork stocks av
will Irive had time to pass upon th i
JustlC" of the changes cftectlve December!
In addition tin- Penns.ilv.mia cefused
tn Increase Hie prlo or Its fifty and
100 trin ticked, as a coiiiriniiiils.i with
the demands, of commuters. Mislead of .
These decHrations weii made by isnm
se for Hie Penii-siivntii at tho prelim-
l,,t.r. lw. .eli.i- lkrr,i. ilu. Pn1,t,.i Seeel.
reached this afternoon at a meeting of flu- commission More than 200 represents,
board of governors. The plan Is to h ivo j lives of business men's and commuters.'
nssoiiatlors sisike in pS't'-.t. Prof. Scott
Nearllig of the I'lilversity of Pfimsyl
vanla der.iunced the railroad's action as
Men's Smart Shoes, at $475
Values r?6.00 to 8.00 a pair
ISlade on the most fashionable flat, lasts with broad heels, in button and
lace models. The leathers include patent, black and tan calfskin.
Also To-day, Another Extraordinary Offering of
Mens and Young Men's
Winter Overcoats and Suits, at $18.50
Regular Values S25.00, 28.00 and 30.00
THE OVERCOATS include some silk-lined dress
coats, in black or oxford; nlso slip-on loose-fittinc
models and many handsome fnrin-fittiiiK silk
lined two and three button double-breasted effects
for younx men.
THE Sl'IT.S present ;i woiylerful variety of the
season's smartest enie, two, three and four button
styles, in solid colors and a splendid variety of
stripes, plaids, cheeks and mixtures.
books of the public debt which contain
thi- list of holdeis of I rench renlcs.
TREASURY NOT WORRIED.
I.lojil (ieorue's Sliid'inenl iiikrn
With Iteserindons In ViiIiIiiroii,
Wasiii.n-iito.n-, Nov 27,--Tre'ii'U-.v ofll
cer.e weic not disturbed over the tepnrtel
(luleiiient li Cliiiiirollui- LVjyd (ieorge to
Ihe llrllls.ll House of CiiiiuiniiB thit the
d""'t of the l ulled States to ijrruf Hrilaln
was alsnit .'.,ni)0,(i00,no0, It In the opin
ion of th Tri'iMlty experts thru Mr. Llojil
I'ii-ei, i? lunl iii mini the Invi stmeutn of
I'l-gllshmen In secillltles of the l'nlteil
Stub's iilln-i wise th( llgurr-i caimot be
rri nii' lied with the known f.oie.
Th-ri III' no stnllntlc In Ihe Tieanu-v
Hint would rhftw Just how much of Ameri
can s.ciiiitles s h'ld 'II (Tent Uliladi,
The debt of the United Slates lo Ureal
are lis ed on the Philadelphia exchang
shall lie deall In here when the mark ;
resumes. This ruling permits trailing Hi
Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, Iieaillii!.,
Philadelphia Company and half a doren
T null hk, fn llrxlu Monilny, Will lie
rmiflneil tn llolids.
WvMtuN'imvN, Nov. 27. The Wnshlns
ton Slock nxch.mge w resuine lm-nH
with' pistiioted trading in bonili next
Monday. The governors, at a meeting
to.i'iy. detcrm'iied lo follow the example
' by the I10.111I of governors of the Ww
Ymk rxehange lo conllne the fradl' i fn,'
t'le piessent lo tho doiid Mi.t
The WiiMilnglon exclians' h'li dee't
closed alnce July 31,
ALG0MA STEEL TO PAY IN SCRIP.
Company Autliorlrril til Meet llond
Interest In Tlmt Wnj,
The holders of the tlrst and refunding
mortgage ."j per cent, fifty .vear elnklng
tiind gold bonds of llie Alg-mia Steel
Corporation, Ltd., met yesterday at the
I'nlted Slates Mortgage and Trust Com
P'niy's offices and authorized the company
to p.n Ihe interest on the bonds from
Otritier I. 1P14, to April 1. 1!M6, In tiou
Intercs bearing scrip, such scrip being
nd emiihlr In new bond The iompaiiy
reserves Um right to pay the In'eiert In
i-is'.t nt auj time.
The trust company a.- Ii'ii-dre fin- the
b'liidn was also authorized to deliver to!i
the comminy at v request J:,ofii),ono pat
value rf the Jfi 700,010 of the bonds re.
ferred to 'n Ihe mortgage, nut free from
the icjtrliilons onialned thcrrln
The si7.os are :i;i in -itl inch chest measure, in loui, short and stoul proportions.
Men's Silk-lined Overcoats, at e$25.00
Actual Values $.50.00, 115.00 and 10.00
Dress Overcoats in medium box or form-fitting; sinnle or double-breasted model-; also a larRe variety of
loose-fittinR rafilans and kimono sleeve stylo; (.ireat Coats and I'lsters, many London made, sizes. !):! lo
CO chest measure.
Full Dress antl Dinner Suits, at 325.00
Actual Values $35.00, .17.50 and -10.00
All silk lined, Kulloon silk trimmed or plain edgy, sizei WW to 1, in all proportion".
In the Men's Motor Apparel Section, we will offer tjie following
Men's Fur-lined Coats, at $-1-7.50
Natural mu.skriit lined, beaver collar. The shell in of good quality dark pray rontinR and lined with full
piece natural muskrat fur. l.arno warm si'iiuine beaver collar.
Men's Raeeoon Fur Coats, at $46.50
of good quality care-fully selected and v. ell matched naturul raccoon skins, warm wool liniiiR.