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WASHINGTON, THTTBSDATT EVENING, OCTOBER 81, 1013.
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Men Named as Vice Presidential Possibilities
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, As 100,000 Cheer
Him To Echo.
TO GAIN ENTRANCE
Madison Square Garden Holds a
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'By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS.
t NEW YORK, Oct '31. Theodore
Roosevelt, who two weeks ago lay
Id the shadow of the valley, last
sight showed himself In strength and
health to his followers, or to as many
thousands of them as could fight
their way Into Madison Square Gar
den, into Madison square, into the
open streets that lead to It.
It was a crowd of 100,000, and in
heartiness and enthusiasm It was
like the New York crowd on election
One Favored Candidate.
With this difference: on election
light the crowd favors several can.
Udatea. Last night It favored one. Tho
writer ha seen various demonstrations
In favor of Theodore Roosevelt, demon
strations of affection when the young
ten of Ills regiment cheered him from
the trenches after the fight of San
fuan;, demonstrations of loyalty when
the Republicans who had voted for
him for President , lined Pennsylvania
avenue and cheered, him as he drove
to the White House; demonstrations of
rood will, when, after his return from
Africa, he rode up Broadway, and the
roof tops swayed; and demonstrations
f ttjMUd derotjon at Chicago, when
( Welcome from Old Friends.
But this demonstration last night car
ried a different sound. The sound of
congratulation and thanksgiving. It
was a greeting from old friends to one
Who had nearly escaped them. Soma
felt that he had not left them onl7
because a gun-metal spectacle case had
Interfered, others felt that In believing
this, Providence was being robbed of
its credit, and In his escape and re
covery saw the sign of a dlvlno will. So
that, to a natural relief over the res
cue of a hrae man from tho bullet of
an assassin, there was added a Bug.
gestlon of tho supernatural, a not uti
pleasing belief that this must be the
man of destiny.
Nor did the conduct of the man of
destiny, when he was attacked, make
htm leas unpopular with those who
liked his Impulsiveness, his enthusiasm,
his fighting spirit. Hart cither of the
two other candidates beu attacked and
men. to Preserve his health for tho
good of his party, driven In an ambu
lance to a hospital ho would huve been
tontcnt with such conduct.
Where Appeal Fell Flat.
lint he much preferred that his own
andldate should drivel In an automobile
to n theater, and with blood still flow
ing from his wound, make a forty-flve-mlnuto
speech. It furnished the man In
thw street an argument that, whore
other appeals fell flat, was not to bo
"Would Wilson or Taft' he demands,
"have stood up and made a speech with
a Outlet In htm?" The answer Is obvious
He- forces his advantage home. '
"Were the Spanish hullets able to kill
Roosevelt?" ho further demands. "Was
the trolley car at Richfield that killed
n man at his side able to hurt him?
Were the rhinos and lions and fever of
Central Africa able to kill him. was
the bullet Of an assassin able to kill
"Then," cries the man In the street
triumphantly, "he obviously Is meant
to be our next President.
All Eager to Greet Him.
This was In the minds of a great
many thousands of those who were in
Madison Square Garden, and others who
loved him for himself, for tho friends
he had made, for the wrong he has
resisted, for the cause he has assisted,
were as deeply eager to welcome him
as to satisfy themselves with their
own eyes that he was still alive.
The gray-haired and gray-coated at
tendants In the Garden, who over manv
years have seen It Jammed with horse
show crowds and prize-fight crowds,
told me that It held 25,000 people. Mer
rill E. dates and four other Bull Moose
enthusiasts, who sat on my shoulders
with their feet on mv copy paper, as
sured me that from their point of van
tage they could count as many more
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Stronghbld Reported Fallen,
SULTAN'S MAIN ARMV
PUT IN FULL FLIGHT
Two Hundred Thousand Fleeing
Before Foe's Advance on
x t Constantinople.
LONDON, Oct. 31. That
Adrlanople' raised the white
flag following a general as
sault and bombardment yes
terday by the Bulgarians
was reported ,in a diBpatch
received here today from
Adrlanople, Turkish city second In
alio only to Constantinople, was one
ot the Sultan's strongholds.
Throughout tho war tho Invaders
have been trying to capturo the city.
Adrlanople put up a strong resist.
ance. and surrender came after a
There Is little In tho way, now, ot
an advance on Constantinople.
Falls After Siege.
VIENNA. Oct. J1.-A three-day battle
between tho main forces of Bulgarians
and Turks forty miles southeast of
Adrlanople has ended In the overwhelm
ing defeat of the Turks, It messages
received here from Sofia are to be. be
lieved. Thotigti It'wss thought they might' be
somewhat exaggerated" the Bulgarian
reports were generally accepted here, as
substantially accurate. The Turks
claimed soma small successes furtfier
east, near the Black Sea coast, but
they were ot trifling Importance com
pared with the demoralization of the
main Turkish army which alone hs
opposed the Bulgarian advance toward
Not only were the Turks beaten, Bul
garian advices said, but they were not
tven making an orderly retreat. The
version credited at Sofia la that they
were In full fllfrht at latest account
with the Bulgarian cavalry harassing
mem irom tne rear.
Greeks Pushing Forward.
ATHENS, Oct 31. The Greeks were
pushing forces In three directions from
Verrla today. One body, led by Crown
Prince Constantlne, Is headed eastward
for Salonika. A second Is marching in
n southwesterly direction toward Ja
nlna. A third Is bound toward the
northwest for Monasttr.
Salonika and Janlna were expeoted to
fall almost without resistance. At Mon
nstlr hard fighting was looked for. The
Turkish forces, driven backward by tho
Greek advance from the southward, and
by tho Servians from the north, were
gathering there at latest accounts, pre
pared for a desperate last stand.
The Greeks and Servians plan a com
bined attack on them
Negotiating With Servia.
VIENNA, Oct. 3L Austria 'Is negotiat
Ing directly with Servia concerning a dl-
Irion of the Turkish territory for
which both countries aro greedy, ac
cording to reports current In diplomatic
circles here today.
The Vienna government Is not so
Jealous of Bulgaria and Montenegro or
Greece as of Servia; because the three
countries first named are not so anxious
for territorial acquisitions In localities
which Austria considers Its own spe-
lul sphere of Influence. Austria anil
Servia, however, want practically the
The latest reports conflict with earlier
rumors to tne eneci mat uussia has
represented the Hainan governments In
nigotlatlons with Austria. It Is possi
ble, however, that a separate Russo-
Austrian agreement has been reached.
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Governor Orders Troops There To
Patrol Streets, in Response
To Mayor's Request.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. SI. Upon
the telegraphic request of Mayor Jor
dan, Governor Gilchrist Issued hurry
up orders for 1,500 members of the Na
tlonal Guard of Florida, from all parts
of the State, to assemble at Jackson
ville for duty should further rioting
occur on tho part of strikers and their
They arrived on the scene this morn
ing and are now patrollng the streets.
The city council met at a '.ate hour
last rdght and protested bitterly at the
Sction of the mayor and made their de
cision known to the governor In no
measured terms, declaring the city was
amply prepared to run Its own business.
No disorders had occurred up to noon,
nor hail there been any attempt to re
sume traffic. The street car rompany,
however, has promised normul service
Ill HE FOR
Vacancy on Republican Tick
et Threatens Many
MUCH DEPENDS ON
t ELECTION TIE-UP
Situation May Be Created That
'May Affect Polling on
Jy JUDSOW C. WBXUVER.
The possibility ot some big sad
'complicated' politics developing, in
connection with the creation ot a
Vacancy In the Vice Presidential
nomination on the Republican ticket,
Is recognised, as very grave.
That a, situation may be created
that will ultimately have some ef
fect on the polling next Tuesday,
and the possibilities ot vastly moro
effect later, is pointed out
It oven involves the possibility
that the next President might be
some man whoso name has not thus
far boen discussed in that connec
tion. Ready For Next Move.
The suspicion sot abroad In political
circles today, that the Republican na
tional managers are already moving to
make' the most of the potentialities hi
this unprecedented turn of affairs.
For months past It has been realized
that with three', parties dividing the
electoral vote, there might be no elec
tion In tho Electoral College. In that
event the election would be thrown In
to ;the House the present House, not
the one to be elected next Tuesday.
fjjln the present House there are twn
tyHWo " Republican" and twenty-two
uemocratic btaie delegations, wan lour
tied. That Is, the House would be
unable to give a majority of vote to
any candidate; for It must elect one
of the three Presidential candidates
having the highest strength In the
The elecUon ot a Vice President would
fall to the Senate, which must choose
one of the two candidates receiving
most votes In the Electoral College.
Must Vote Blindly.
Before Vice President Sherman's
desth, It was plain enough that, in
this event, tho two men to be votod
on by the Senate would be two of the
three Vice Ifesldentlat candidates-
Johnson, Marshall, and Sherman. But
with Mr, Sherman removed by death,
the Republican voters will be asked to
vote blindly for a Vice Presldenllil
candldato WHO WILL NOT BE
NAMED TILL AFTER ELECTION,
AND WHO MIGHT ON MARCH 4
NEXT 11ECOME PRESIDENT by rea
son of the failure of Electoral Collego
and House to elect a Piestdent.
This situation Is a possibility not
nearly so remote as might at first
appear. Here are some ot the ele
ments in It:
The Republican national committee
will have the naming of a substitute
candidate for Vice President It has
announced that no effort will be made
to fill the vacancy till November 12,
when tho committee will meet In Chi
cago to determine who shall be named.
That will bo Just a week after elec
tion. When the committee meets It
will know exactly what conditions con
front It. It will know whether Wilson
or Roosevelt has been elected, or
whether the election goes to the
House. If the latter. It will have had
a week to calculate the possibilities of
a deadlock there and to ascertain the
disposition ot Senators In the matter
of a Vice Presidential choice. I
Unraveling the Threads.
Here It becomes necessary to go back
and take up the threads of this tan
gle, one at a time, and unravsl them
as well as possible. The Republican
campaign managers aro plainly trying
to strengthen their cause In the last
hours by putting out stories that Pro
gressives are considered for Vice
President. The Times dispatches from
New York today state that at Repub
lican national headquarters these names
are moat talked about:
Governor Hadley of Missouri.
Senator Borah of Idaho.
Senator Cummins of Iowa.
Senator La Follette ot Wisconsin.
Suppose tho country could be made to
believe that ono Of these Progressives
would actually be made the Vice Presi
dential nominee, with a real chance to
become President on March 4 next: how
much would that affect the voUng next
From Uncertain States.
Every ono of them comes from a close
and uncertain State. Either of them,
actually placed on the ticket before the
election, might have given the Repub
licans enough additional strength In hU
home Stste to save It to the Republican
electors. The fact that the nomination
'Is deferred till after election, with thesu
men and other Progressives being talked
about as possible nominees of the Chi
cago committee meeting, might still
have enough effect on Progressives in
general to strengthen Taft somewhat
In the Electoral College.
But what would be the actual sltua
tlonT Suppose that, by reason of the
expectation of a Progressive being
named for Vice President, with a
chance of becoming President, Taft
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SENATOR ALBERT B. CUMMIHS.
THE DEATH OP
Utica Citizens Anxious To
Show Respect in Pub
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- "UTICA. K. T.. Oct. a.-Thls city waa
in deep mourning today for the death
of its foremost cltlsen, James School
craft Bherman, Vloe President of the
United Elates. Flaeai were at half staff
everywhere and black draperlea en
shrouded the publlo buildings and most
of the big business establishments.
The mourning was general becaus
"Sunny Jim." as his fellow-townsmen
best liked to speak of him, waa uni
As mayor ot the city, and later aa
Congressman, he bad been Identified
with the affairs of the community fot
more than thirty years and the mem
bers of the family have been asked to
consent to a publlo funeral.
Planning for Funeral.
Plans wcro being made today sub
ject to the approval of Mrs. Sherman
and the three sons of the dead man.
It was considered certain that the fun
eral would take place from the old
Dutch Reformed Church here ot which
Sherman had been a trustee and treas
urer for many years. The tentative
plans provided for the attendance of
the President bt the United States, It
possible, and the majority ot the Sen
ate over which he presided for tho last
four years and of the House In which
he had been one ot the leaders so long.
The doctors In attendance on the Vice
President to the last declared today
that he sacrificed himself to his party
loyally. It was against their advice
that he exerted himself on notification
day and It was agreed that his fatal
Illness dated fro mthen, although he
had been sick for a year. Then he In
sisted on going to the polls to register
last week he aggravated his condition
to such an extent that the doctors
were unable to repair the damage.
Funeral on Saturday.
The funeral arrangements contemplate
services at 2 o'clock Saturday after
noon, the Rev. Dr. M. W. Stryker, pers
Ident of Hamilton College, officiating
assisted by the Rev. Dr. Louis II. IIol-
den. The active pallbearers will be em
ployes ot the Utica Trust and Deposit
Company, of which Mr. Sherman was
Tho honorary bearers were selected
by the Vice-President himself several
months ago, and the list Is now In his
desk. Until the desk Is opened and the
list found, names of honorary beaiera
will not be announced.
Mr. Sherman's body will lies In stato
In the Oneida county courthouse In this
city from 3 to p. m. Friday.
Mrs. Sherman's health has been poor
for some time, and the family feared
the result of the shock of her hus
band's death. It was said that she had
some rest after daylight, and was a
trifle more composed than Immediately
following her husband's death.
Wheels of Government
To Stop As Nation
.Mourns For Sherman
The wheels of Government will stop
Saturday and the whole nation will pay
tribute to the memory of Vloe Presi
dent Sherman, whose funeral will be
held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
President Taft, having canceled a
speaking engagement at Newark will
attond the funeral, and so will several
members ot the cabinet.
Shortly after noon today, the Presi
dent by proclamation, notified the na
tion of the Vice President's death and
requested all publlo officials to pay
tribute the day of the funeral. Public
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ajsHEW OnL VMO WdttllL
SENATOR W. E. BORAH.
RESTFUL NlliHT IN
DEATH HOUSE CELL
Judge Alton B.. Parker May
Make Appeal of Con
OS8INING, N. T.. Oct' 31.-Convict
Cf7S3, under which number former
lieutenant of police, Charles Becker, Is
now known. In the old gray prison on
the hill south of this town, awoke In
his cell In the death house today after
what the guards declare was a night
of perfect sleep, to participate In the
routine that will be his from now until
he Is either granted a new trial by
the court ot appeals or Is led through
the "little door" Into the Bquare cham
ber adjacent to be shocked to death.
The convicted murderer of Gambler
Herman Rosenthal was very confident
that he would be granted a new trial
and he assured Principal Keeper Con
naughton, who Is in direct charge ot
the condemned prlsohcr, that" he would
gte no trouble to anyone.
Although Becker donned the prison
uniform today It was stated that he
would be given his own bluu rerge
suit and his underwear as soon as It
has been passed through the prison
laundry and been disinfected under the
Beyond the brief period during which
he will be permitted exercise In the
corridor under the eye of a guard,
Becker must sDend all of hl iim in
the 8 by 10 cell assigned to him. The
lights never gp out In the death house
uay ana nignt tney Durn In front of
the cells where the oondemned are
held, so that the Iwn 1tMn.r. att.
on duty can closely watch the men
!" uTti nnvo oeen declared ftr
felt by the State.
And from his cell Becker will see other
occupants of the gloomy penitentiary
go out to return no more. He will
watch with fascinated eyes the dimming
of the electrie llirhtM In th HMtK .,...
which Is th signal that the death deal
ing current s coursing through the Body
of the mart whom a moment before has
his good-by. and even though he should
get a new trial, It Is likely that Beoker.
when he comes out, will be a broken
man. All others who have escaped the
chair carried with them when they left
visible marks of the ordeal through
which they had to pass.
It was reported here today that John
F. Mclntyre will ho unable trf argue the
Becker appeal. The chief counsel who
led the losing fight In New York Is de.
dared to be In such shape physically
that his doctor has ordered a long rest
It was reported today that Becker will
engage, as chief attorney to argue his
case when It Is sent to the court of ap
peals, former Chief Judge Alton B.
Parker, of that body, now practicing
law In New York city.
Tonight the Goblins Hold Merry Car
nival at the Raleigh. Halloween dec
orations, entertaining music, and the
delicious Raleigh Cafe service. Reserve
our tables. Advt,
Assault and Neglect Also Al
leged in Mrs. Mary
Charges that her husband assaulted
her, negleeted her and plotted to com
mit her to an tnesno asylum ore made
In a petition for a limited divorce and
alimony filed against Joseph A. White
field In the District Supreme Court to
day by' Mrs. Mary Bryan Whltefleld.
Whllefleld Is president of J. A. .White-
field Co , dealers in meat suppues,
nA la .Ian hajLri nftha OM Dutch Mar.
v, w.-r8s,,.aS;hs,an inceme-efaoo
a -yearV according to his wife. Mrs.
Whltefleld Is the daughter of the late
John Byrne, president ot John Byrne
& Co , dealers In law books.
In furtherance of the alleged plot to
send her to an asylum. Mrs. Whltefleld
informs the court, her husband put
two of their children In a seminary
against her protest, and sent an alienist
to her home to examine her as to her
sanity. She adds that her husband
waa thwarted" by tho alienist's re
port that she was sane.
Tho couple were marrltd at Brookllne,
Mass.. June 2. 1906. and shortly after
ward moved to Washington. They re
sided at Ssa Woodlev place northwest
until recently. Shortly alter tne mar
riage, she claims, Mrs WMtetlel loaned
hei husband 19.000 she Inherited from
her father, and he agreed to pay her
back within fUe jeurs, but has re
turned only 11.000.
Mrs. Whltefleld states that In 109 her
husband Induced a friend and his wife
to come to Washington from Mt.
Vernon, but she was unable to wel
come them as lie demanded, because
of her physical condition. She charges
that he repeatedly expressed his dislike
for her nnd his admiration and high
regard for his friend's wife, and unfa-
vorably compared tne lauer witn ner.
Rnecffle instances of alleged assault
and cruelty are cited by Mrs. white
field in her petition.
Attorneys II. W. Sohn and Andrew
Wilson represent Mrs. whltefleld.
POLICE HOLD COUPLE
IN MURDER MYSTERY
Cripple Diver and Wife Captured
In Ohio in Singer
LIMA, Ohio, OCt. 31. Admitting their
Identity, but uenylng any knowledge of
the murder of Miss Sophia Singer, Bal
ttmore heiress, at Chicago, In connec
tion with which the police all over tho
United States have been searching for
them, Charles Conway, one-legKcd hlgn
diver, and Beatrice Hvull, tij wife,
animal trainer, were taken Into cus
tody by the police here today.
The couple were arrested at tho Cadil
lac Hotel, a second-class hostelry, where
they had registered. A policeman ob
served the couple alight from a late
train. The slight limp of Conway ex
cited hts suspicions and the arrest fol
lowed. "What?" ejaculated Conway, when
Informed that he was wanted In con
nection with .Miss Singer's murder. "Is
The Ryall woman displayed great
grief and became hysterical when told
of the suspicion she and her husbund
Lima authorities had been asked to
look for Conway, for the reason that his
mother, Mrs. Kate Cramer, resides here.
WANTS CASE SPEEDED
Impatient over the law's delay In the
administration of tho $1,000,000 estate of
her husband, Htllaon Hutchlns, mil
lloalre newspaper founder, Mrs. Rosa
Keeling Hutchlns today tiled a petition
In Probate Court urging that the cauxo
be speeded. Mrs. Iliitchlns points out
that 112 dajs have elapsed since tho pe
tition for the probate of the last will
of her husband was filed. She has made
two atempta to obtain a monthly allow
ance ot 11,100, hut was unsuccessful.
Under the terms of the will, which
has been attacked, Mrs. Hutchlns re
ceives 35 per cent of the remaining es
tate, the same amount going to Walter
S. Hutchlns, a son. Lee Hutchlns, an
other son. Is left 20 per cent, and Mil
dred Rogers, a granddaughter, 10 per
MAKE MOVE TO
Direct Corporation Counsel
To Begin Court Pro
ceedings At Once.
Action, Probably in Equity, Will
Be Taken To Head Off
Bellovlng that tho publlo Interest
of tho people and also ot the govern,
ment of tho District are menaced by
tho pendency of a proposed merger
and Inflation of public utilities, the
Commissioners ot the District today
formally directed tho Corporation
Counsel forthwith to begin court
proceedings to block the project
The ordor was adopted oj motion
of Commissioner Judson. Corpora
tion Counsol Thomas has been for
several days examining the law, In
the hopo ot finding a way, at least, to
prevent consummation of the merger
beforo the meeting of Congress.
Seek Department's Aid.
It Is not decided, so far as Is now
known, what procedure will be fol
lowed. The Commissioners addressed a
letter to the Department of Justice to
day, asking formally for Its co-opera- .
tlon In the matter. The' contents ot this
letter were not mode known. It Is un-'
derstood that there Is some learjtbat
the Corporation Counsel might not; have .i
standing in court to press inejaovion in.
the necessary form., wullsv-the-depart-"
ment mlsht.be reovgnlzod as having that
In any case,, some sort of petition will
be filed, probably In equity, within a
day or two. It la proposed to keep
somethlngdolng. It possible, to kill
time, at least,, until Congress meets, and
prctent the merger being effected until
a public utilities commission may be
Kit en supervision.
Judson Moves' for Action.
The following motion of Commis
sioner Judson was adopted by the
hoard today "Uellevlnsr, from In
formation received, that a certain
nroup of capitalists Is organizing: or
Is about to organize a holding com
pany chartered under the laws of
the State ot Virginia, authorized to
Issue securities -aggregating- H0,
000,000. with the purpose of acquir
ing the control of certain District
public utilities, together with other
public utilities lying in adjacent
States, and that such action. If con
summated without the supervision of a
public utilities commission or the au
thority ot Congress, will be detrimental
to the Interests of the District of Colum
bia and Its citizens and taxpayers, I
move that the Corporation Counsel be
Instructed to bring a proceeding In
equity or any other proceeding he may
deem proper In the name of the Dis
trict of Columbia for the purpose ot
preventing such change of status and
of protecting the public Interest against
the making of contracts between Dis
trict nnd other corporations detrimental
to the Interests of the public within the
District of Columbia."
HOLDS UP WHEELING
JEWELER AT NOON
Thief Gets Tray of Diamonds and
Escapes After Stealing
WHEELING. W. Va., Oct. 31.-At
noon today a lone robber entered the
Jewelry store of Andrew Stauver, on
Market street, In the main business sec
tion of the city and pushing a big
revolver under tho proprietors nose,
took a tray of diamonds and escaped
In the crowd. Going to the river he
stolo a horse and wagon, and, after
driving furiously through the business
streets to the postofilce disappeared In
to the McLure Hotel, Since then he
has not been seen.
NO SIGNS OF STRIKE
SEEN IN THE HOTELS
Displacement of White Waiters
By Colored, Only Indication
That Difference Continues.
So far as the hotels and cafes are
concerned, the strike of their waiters,
which began Jrot a week ago, seems to
be at an end. The last Indication that
n strike was in progress was the as.
saulta on tho strikebreakers, and last
night, for the first time In several
nights, no such assaults took place.
Except for the fact that the Raleigh
Hotel has the avenue door to Its res
tuurant locked, and that colored Walt
ers, Instead of white ones, are In the
Raleigh and the New Wlllnxd, nothing
exists to show that a strike Is on. The
striking waiters, so far as can be
learned, have evolved no plana.