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PRICE I GNU CENT I NEW YORK MONDAY NOVEAUiER 13 1905 PRICE ONE CENT rr
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Injured on the Drake
1 Thomas P Harriott n gunner on the
IJiltlsli fltsi fairs Drake Is In Bellevue
waimal tlio vlctlm fut n bayonet
wujntl HP was JiangliiK duooratlons
for the bnllrvxfcn 1n the Drtiho thIs
1 nfierrmjn Mlicn n bayonet or a shield
ft looffl and M cultln a detp gtsh
G tti sunacrs right thlgli <
Ono Hundred Years Old
VOODBUnr NOVi u Former Sena
tor John 1Ierion felnbrnitJ his one liuiv
dredth lirlJay a at fits home In
Hed6stx He ervej at State Bern
tur ran Gloucester durl1r1l e civil war
and 4u said to bo the oldest Oil Fellow
in the country
Banker Coos to Prison
S ST IAtL NOV 13 Thomas n Clem
ent President of tie First National
Hank of Karlbiult MImi convicted of
rrnKJiIiiZ fundi and cnuilg the tank
falliu t wan today senence4 to tro
tight > wrs In prIson
Saved from Nogro Lynchors
ATLANTA NOV 1JT X JUBllet
d whlto man MS captured by n mob 1
of ne rOc > hero today charKml with an
Attack on a negro girl Juttlc wan
thrcattned with violence an J a mob of
1 fOO men demanded that lie bo IrnchM
0 Tollco rescued Justice N
Accuse Alayoras Thief
JIBLENA NOV U Governor Toolo
Mm litued a requisition on Governor
Beiries of North Dikota for WilHam
II Denn Mttwr of Wllllston N D
Charged with being connected with a
sang ivMch liaa stolaa mar than LOCO
tiormx
Charges Against Kllburn
UUfFATI NOV 13Tho eomt1l1htl
rfprc entlnK tho Mulvtil Association ot
German Rank Oepoiltors hat sent to
tho Qavtrnor a second net of charges
against Hank Superintendent Frederick
U Kllhurn covering fun paftl ot
tIMJwrltten lller i
Ebon Plympton Under Ball
ntOUTJI II N Ov IEhen
Piy mouth the acior naa held In tlCKW
bunds fcr 4he Ornml Jury todty on a
0 charge pt assault nlth Intent lo kill
JtI01i Copt Ooorgo Martin his friend
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Leon Cavallo Coming Hero
tJ PAltld NOV ItKwUlph Arontoii
S nnnounoos IliJt ho tins concluded alI
rJtiKCnients xvith Ilurjlcr Mon Cayallo I
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to the MreKJi followed bvitia klY
nnd Hwilque u1 May wwt tA t4M
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but At the aIxIatth poto Un MMe4
whit A rUM aad won Yalentt1l ni
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The Sixth Rep
Woe Mimi nw4 IM MrlfMM In
1h3 Uth followfd br KH1 tsl Hfelf
way home Swell Gin wat to MM net
MKI won by a toptith and a h aJf r rm
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Gnnscioort llfrakliiR Ills Meek
IVVCK TRACK PIMUCO Nov II
V In Vl ° third race > Owners Jlondlfap I
StecpltLhaec tour hprsea fell Genie
voort M ur tlio Jlrtli jump and br lt
his nerk WaJcott ho ws ridtntf him
fell under the h aj 4 and wM fcdlr
crushed nnd wntaV toth9 Mary
Innd Unlr tslty I16 rltM In en ambxl
Jance f >
The rnoei here today TimiHea M foe
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Vear lds U furlonM Blue Ooati lit
flUIreion 2 to J andtto J J VI
perlnp lot AtsworttO 8 to i and 211 t9
rell Vernesi 115 Crltrirnln 1 < 101
and 7 to 5 S Tlme1151t
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olds and up ono mile ind ivcntr
yarde4uindard Ucarrr 107 i Creamer
f 1X to I and even Ii Nnble Oblgo
107 iCrlmmlni 7 to ft nid JUIJt Zant
110 Mlle > i to 1 ond 2 tI 4 Time
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SWp U ouryearolds and up I
two m rJm lands 1U Roan J to
1 and 7 to 4 H Seventh Ward 136 Hay
den 20 to 1 and I toJ 2 CraxtanMJl
Frecht 8 JO 1 And I to I 2 Time
1FreCht
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FOURTH RACBFOTall ages one
mile nnl a slxte nthDelpble 103
CrMmer I to 1 and ecn 1 Tribes
Hill 112 Johnion < to 6 and I to62
Nino Knot 1W Klnt 3 12 to land i to
J 3 TIme14J V
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yearold six furlonis Pater US Crlm
dflifl5V3 to 5 and J to 5 I DnrherloOt
or Miller 6 to 1 and S to 6 S J ire I tor
1U Mtfcde S to 1 and 8 to 5 Time
114 14 V
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up one and oneeighth mluYoe
man IDS Crrdmer 3 to 2 and out 1
A gnu i > 113 Mile 2 to 1 and Mt 21
Sroma US Johnson 1010 1 and 1 to
1 Z Tlme1 32
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Reinstated by Roosqvelt
WASHINGTON NOV l Walker
ElJrldge a chUff vr for the Bureau pt
Standards 4io A fow days ao was
dtsiriloed from the Government service
tor ltltert rnlce with Preeldeat Roose
cts carrlisc under a peal B TV
ce order will be relrutatftd The Presi
dent tins relented owing to Etdrtdrei
excellent record In the Philippines and
trie fan hut his futher U a veteran of
the c1VlLWT V V
PRINCE LOUIS
Atm MISS ALICE
1 AT HORS SHOW
Dame Fashion Makes This
V Evening the If Real
Session
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SOCIETY FITS OCCASION
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Fridays Regular Dress Parade
Start the Week Instead i
of Ending It
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The great oral amphitheatre Is frs I
tooned with tiller orange and Hack
bunting and a pompom little jiger I
the liveried sort hO lout to the
centre of the tanbark and blows a few
resonant notes < n a golden bugle
thli U the timehonored method of
ushering In the annual Hprse Show at I
Madron Square Onrden The only de
picture today whe when the dapper lit I
tle busier hooped out to blow his boots
and saddles and herald the twenty
flrit annual November exhibition
horse nnd clad raiment ha fell hat on
hli nose on the tnnbanrk
The Hrrt tiling that will greet Prince
Louiss regard tonight as lie entefj
MndUon Square Harden will be an near
niou semicircle of bUnln the Urltlsh I
fliK anil I1 Stars and Stripes susonpd
ed front the proscenium arch In the
vpry centra of the Otfden juft kbove
the Judges huUdfm
p etth ty4l on Xvetiue entrance
thde OIalorI1aye dnNwU teVAWora
modest halfmoon of buntlpg thdIlojnl
En lW > Iwlgrf and the Awnlcftn flag
> Miss Allot to Met Prlhce
Mft Alfci rtoowicH ll expected to
Utteml the show tonight and lll are al
tentkm t llh Prince IAIII8he will
spend tome of the tIme In the Alfred
0 Vanderbilt box and also Ina box
with the Prince that will be provided
by the iforsc show management
The second event brought out the big
gest field It Jumpers evei > hownln one
ekls at Stores hnw The dealers and
aJ IIolioijAy were liberally repre
sented In this clans < nd the hunters
were shqwlng riienUMIy V until the
Count Ue darmo arty entered and ere
aW qulttf an equine stIr
Thft Count was garbed In what might
JSV called basso profundo raiment Daby
blue spats cardinal and peacock trous
er atrugRled to render a oft allegretto
aOftpedalled prehide blJtA flaming
frock coat of gorgeoua cut could not
soften the big drums and cymbals that
were thundered from the Manchurian
panorama of his wnlitcoat
liaise after home third at even three
bars until after the lonoroiu music of
the Count clothea had died away
down the oromenade
There wo an unprecedented rush on
the boxofllc today thouiind Iamor
lug for aeat for tonlgdt in tvent Of
Prlnp t IxnnVa visit
Mrs Alllena Exhibit
Mrs Lillian Alllen to whom Pierre
Lorlllard left hla llancjicai Block KUrm
Is making a bid for ribbons lit this ex
hibition and for the first time tlnire tho
dmli ol Mr Loivllard Is brtnianif to
the i front the line horses bred in his
ataule She linn entered thoroughbred
In ten closeeLV V
passing the awards for the jump
er the judges decided that Fox Catcher
i famoui hunter owned by Hart Broth
rn of Btaten Island deserved the blue
rl jn The second award the red rib
bon went to the fiery mare Confidence
who was V finally rtb rc1 < own and
cleared tbe taN eailly Paul D Cra
vaths Hero was placed third and Ed
win II Weatlierheei Ban Tov received
mention
V In cliws U naroM Thomas L < iWatta
Pearl oT three hones shown rkttvoJ
the only award A blue rtobon rt
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CONFESSION
is MADE IN THE
BALLOTFRAUDS
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John Krup Alleged to
Have Revealed Plot In
s Murphys District
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HE IS UNDER ARREST
Tammany I Men Were Much
Excited and Sought to Have
V Him Released V
1or the first time since the nllcintlon
of liallot fraudi was nmije nt tim cloie
of the election last Tiucdav ilellnlle nl <
letntlons of crookrj work were made
today Blx Indlctmims tot frauleni
otlng were rftuniM by the Grand Jilt
and ono of the mon Imllrted Is nald to
huve made a confeiiilon und rcvealeJ
Ute nnme of n prominent polltloliin who
was the head of a plnn for tnanlpulat
Ing the vole in Char I Miulipyi
district I
Tho name of the mnnjls John ICrup
nO was taken Into custody last Friday
by Morgan deputies and kept under
cover Immediately heV disappeared
there WAS girat excitement In Tarn
many circles In Xturphys district Url
pvrnte tfurts wm mauti tu rvl him
and vitn thrto coiled a writ at babcan
Corpus wns applied for from Jnstlc
Amend of the Hupremo Court The
Urlt waa J lrectrU to 3ui orlnteiilpnt at
Elections Morgan aniKwaa returnable
at oclock this afternoon but In the
meantime tho i who had swurtd It
learned that Krup had been lulictcJafi
waa In custody
Krup went to vote on election day In
the polling place of the second election
district of the ISIghtecnth Asiembl
Wstilct at No J57 i iltd avenue 110
saUl his name was Jmet
What Is your thct pane risked
Clement Drlscoll a Heart watcher
Crow mumbled Then a mna In the
room began to spoil Car
Threat of Arrest
Shut up tneriS yelled llr Drleoll
or Ill have bu arrested
Krup salil that he lived at Ao L
East Fourteenth street but nn he cpuld
not refliunbjr his payne he IIS not nl
lowed to vote Uotectlvea trailed Mm
when ho left the polllc place and
nivcr Ion sight of him until ho Will
arrested
4t was dlscoercJ that the only name
at No Ml liast IoUttenth street cor
responding with that of Krup was thfl
or Janvs Karp ida II connection with
hIt attviipt tj ipcll tho r < wo for Krup
In the polllog place led to an lovestlga
tioa hut promises entalloniil results
AttorneyUcncral Mayer says that h
has In cuttoly a man who lias cones w
that l14 wtcd six times at the request of
a prominent Tammany leader on the
West Side Ills testimony 11114 taken
coday in John 103 proceedings
TJuno Inlicttd todiy werv
John ICrup tor dttemptlpg to wto
under the name of another In the Btc
and 1Illon District of Iho ilgiltofntiI
AwemolY Ulamct
Albert Furr r of Nil J6i West Ttanty
third street
f3Ino > 1 Orady of No 0909 Second
avenue voted from another addriss
John I Foley voted under unotner
rvtiiiu In ihu i ILV1iI
Thomas a lliennan vot A under an
oilier niuiw in the IJilrU
Thomas hello of No JS Dawning
stroot
More Important were tho cases taboo
up by the Grand Jury today The
witnesses examined by the drund Jury
have lodged Information of alleged
frauds with the Buporlntondent of
Elections or the lawyers for VYIllftin
Randolph Hearst Tliere were ninny
witnesses und It Is reported they have
lories about nine distinct cases In tlio
Sixth Fourteenth and entyalxtH
Assembly Districts
nome Sullivan Is Tammany leader of
the BlxliH John TV Oakley or the 1 > Jur
teenth and former Sherltt Tom Dunn
t > t the Iwentyslxth AttornoyOenersl
Mayer Ills assistant Alexander Mason
and AssUmnt DistrictAttorney 8111I1
ford presented cue ugalnsi oerlntn per
sons In these districts to the drum
Jury They wore busy for nearly two
hours The presentments will not ba
handed tip before tomorrow or Vcdnes
day
No Warrant Out for a Leader
Thus far there has bui no discussion
of any case Involving Tununiny dis
trict leader And repiirbi of aucli Will
rant have been purely Imiglnsttve
HunAredu of arTldavlU by penmns anx
ious o win DOme part of tho Kuirvt r
am twIn the conviction ot Tmmany
men ntive been lodRid with the Hearst
lawyers hut these affidavits are not 00
Ini Pitt hi enthusiastic iu
Edward Milan a Democratic fKfUon
district captaIn nas arrested this af i
ternoon on a warrant Itsued by Juii
tics Dickey Inllie Suprrroe Court V
charging him with violation of the
election hews on last Tuesday Milan
lives at No31 Myrtle avenue Urooli
Ivn Tlie snrrnnt was soaured by
Charles fltewart an nttornoy tar tlio
Municipal Ownership Lcacuo
Mlwt was nlriady under tlCotO1
wxpuet of election day trruliUn hAY
Inn ben accused by ycrnanl Urn rf
ot attemetcd brlbtiry nnd iMsiilt in a
vothiV Jc of tho Uoconrt Arscmbl
nWrict ht Adams street near M > rtln
Hfiinii Jle had been rcleasei on fill
WM takM litfo cutoy analrt toiVin i
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PRESIDENT MCALL
ASKED TO PRODUCE
ANDY HAMILTON ij
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Tells Insurance Probers New
Lifes Dog Fund Manager Is 111 irif V
FranceWill I Make Restitution
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and Accounting
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VV Presltlent John A Jlccfall of the New York Life Insurance Compalijp
was suddenly called to tho wltncs stand thin afternoon at the Legblatfu
Insurance Inquiry and ft demand was made upon him for an nccountlns
i of the hundreds of thousands of dollars paid to Andrew Hntnllton for yel < °
low dog putposes at Albany nnd elsewhere
V It was also demanded of McCall that he comnfunlcote to llamljtos i
now a fugitive In Europe thit the committee Wants him to return to Ncff J
York Immediately and submit examination ns to what he did with tha I
fortnnn paid over to him for Influencing legislative action throughout ttia V I V
United Statefl V V i Jf
Sletitll producrd n note execnteil lir him nnd KiinrniHrcliiR it 1 fl
tilt > ptT York life Hie imjmeut oil or Infore Dec ill toe of ihy Vj
l aiVHW paltl T l ln order lo AndJ Hnmllton 0for tlii ptircl nse nt >
rinl PWP In Ilil ZWOOO l > the 100K0 which ieiU IMt yea Af
tu lilt Albany yrllmT ilog fniid i
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DVm GIRL W AS
V LQT TO KILL
Dwight Asserts In Court
That Roommate Tried
to Murder Him
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Lester F Dwight x manager of a
branch office of the New York New
Jersey Telephone Company who was
shot three times early In the morning
pC Oct W In what was then upposed
a hae been a duel with his roommate
William Wood a dentist at No 414
West Ono Hundred and Twentyfourth I
street told his story for the drat time
In Iho Hurlwn Ioll o Court this after
noon
Wood h4 laid that It had been a duel
and that the prize wee Miss Gertrude
Komlmn tlaugftter of wealthy parents
at No 2u3 West One Hundred and
FUrtydccond street Before tho shoot
Ing Wood had written his will leaving
UlJOOto his mother and JOM to the
young woman lie said that ho had
been engaged to her but that after ho
had Introduced till roommate Dwight
stui foraixik him for Dwight
Uecauso ot this statement Dwlffht has
been hcU as a prisoner In tho J Hood
Vt right Hospital where hit three bu
leI wounii hqv been under treatment
There was no duel Mid Dwight
Ildy Tills man tried to kill me In
cold blood I had to fret up early 11
morning to gd to work and when I
was dressed I naked Wood who was
writing ot a Mbc whore my umbrella
was HQ bad evidently been up all
nIght
nlrhtUe told m Mh umbrella was behind
the door and Wlen I went for It aid
rtfhIU my tuck win toward him he hot
me the first time 1 turned and we I
grappled He flnM Ue shots three
bullets entering my body I got his
pistol from him nnd struck him several
tllnes on tho V head with It Then I
rushed out Into the hall and ailed for
help
Magistrate Cornell dlMhanedi Dwlght
and hold WAod WilD ban bran In the
JlarlM Court prison on a charge of
Assault with Indent to kill Wood who
was In court sold nothing Ills head
was still > l1nllcgfJr V
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STEEL DOORS FAILED
TO KEEP POlp OUT
They ClImbedV FireEscapes and
Mad Sensational Raid Wit
p riessed by aJig Crowd
AIln < Capt CoJlIcan and ten of his
men raffled a Hiixrylccd place allpgwl
10 be tt poolroom IH No IH ft H Four
toehth trcpt t N < Qfterncon The entire
socond HvOr wos KiurdM Wlth toel
doors Dctpctfufl lUrullUin and Qlurray I
got In by way of tlio UM cuciipo while
1e timr Nllcnraen RUtiUcd W e iixls t
Thorft were tuty men In tho pUcc but4
only three xvcri lath TIIMC wcrll the i
h tJrk II Charles Virren a 1110
tttt hurl LaVlttne of NO tTO exlngton
ilVenu nml IIUIII Nenshcller of Unl n
Hill N J LVt1Vt iwllcei reported that
lhW oonnBdil Uop1olltlJ larl rat
ing sheets nnd n poker tablet
A bIg frd rt < < lutlw a IIiMMet 0
MfttrMh jockhi I ilhene4 aht Yimrkeflti
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JUdge Andy In Franc V
By Mr Huches VVP A V
Q Da you know where AnLlrowhlmnf3j <
ton lit A Elrber Bt1 Party orltitrfC t
Q Have bulled any communication
nth him A Not lately I 4t
Q Is be coming back her T A I dont I
know It a my wish that he w ud 4 > V
10 1 saw his daughter upon her retu tI j
from Europe She told mo that her V
father was a very sick man ITronf
what she eald 1 did nof frl that It Ii
could go further wllS her or Uwt I
could export Mr Hamilton return A J
Q Hv ydu made any demand upon r i
Andrew Hamilton for tlisJJMOOO palj by >
you to him for the purchlJti o tlio Kfra t
jVreet property A I have nof
It woe here that McCall produced the
note ho Ku made guaranteeing the pay V if
ment of the 35000 V V f
Q Have you reported to the rdi
of Director of tho New York ltuI
the hundreds of t0tltdndZt dollars V
which you paid to An1ul1amiltoa
at vurjoos times for Jil jti oply J
hold hU receipt T A I 1I lju3jj l
Accounting Demand iBf i
Mr HughesMr McCall It IHwIsh
of this committee tint you diTa ai11 OJ
that you give an i coiintlng of thosaVt V
moneys forthwith V V i4j J 1
Mr McCullI shall do as you reqitestrrr V
McCall was then commanded to com
munlrnta with H < nillton Immediately
and tell Mm to return to New York
and lo also demand ot him In account iJ
trig I
I shall do all In my power to com
ply with the committees iMtcuctJwf i V
promised JlcCaJ but 1 want It und t r V
stood distinctly that I cannot contfcl
Hamilton V V
Nevcrthclesi Mr j MlCnlV d Ci
Mr Huffhes Ilhe committee i1roIri i
Hamilton and It also demand an AC
ccninHrtg of all the monies paid to hlmj
Mr McCo1 talked like a mOil InjQi
daze lie had come to the Inquiry i
I chamber wholly unprepared for ibtt i i
ordeal to which Hughes V submltal
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him fc y
Trustees Stirred to Action jW J
After McCall hnd left the II1Si V
stand he asked Mr Husbcu to rermltf
tlm to return and spread upon the tT d V
onl a resolution adopted by the 1iCVi t V V
i of Trustees of the New York WQe V
Oct It 1KC recognising thO reiatIol Ij
oliho Inquiry concerning InI11lnhI1I
large Iumsof mon v by Inul11l1
ccmpanlen to defett leiUlatlon ind JQr V
kindred purpose it forbiilo the ln
ment of mon y In the fuMrf lir iJ
purpofcs unless full vouchtM JVi V i
name tidal and hi l lslUlon t1
fected set forth therein Prl oiuJi tt
The resolution recomatinded reittts
on the subjects to authorities end it 9 V
that the fullest publicity bo gttalo
them V
yMr Hu hc9 V
QV This resolution Is lnttnilJ I bo
Pfosp lIve Isnt that tlllr wl r
standing Mr McCallT A Vcs
Q It was Intended by the V trusteN
tint an accounting should tie Ildf
buck matters Ill the past or uHq J
this licstlpiUlon A NO
Q 1 thought not Hut vmL unilerst
the committee Ctejlrvs nn aci co 1n
A Yli
McCnll mild ho hail no rhomoran di
ICllsl1 lion for which llinillton hiol
pcndcd money or any rocorij Pt 1h V
details of such ranstclMtAV J1 t V
The nurMiR of the tJ1H1 iVi 7V
President Jolm ft Herman j1 I
Mttciilhtan We Xnsurani4to r
I ti Ill 8ni11t lrrit5 l
onciin l Telf lid bred ts
cUUtiye Inuunnw in1hry
How H ge1f1 I iaj
V The JegWlatorn h1il r
large U4ktlce IJIrii
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