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h S H FF.H A N EXCITED, HURRIES TO SEE DIX POLICE HUNTING GHOULS; $1,000 REWARD THIIH Rnln or anon i I u li : I rid,,, clear. I II I It It sin nr i u i, i , Krlitar elear. FINAL EDITION PRICE ONE CENT. $1,000 REWARD 10 MP GHOULS WHO HOLD WOMAN'S STOLEN BODY FOR RANSOM Gang Desecrates Mausoleum Where Late Congressman Scott and Relatives Rest. LEAVE PLACE IN RUIN. Tamper With All Caskets in! Tomb and Carrv Off the Corpse of Mrs. McCollum. BA1C, P., Feb. P. The Brit Aito ciattou t )-.ln offered .1 reward of II. 'K for Information that will lead to the ar. rest tad convlotlon of the fhoult who agacklngly desecrated the magnlfl en; gAgUOOlOUffl of the late CongresMiian 1 Wllllaui I.. Scott In t lie cemetery hOM .i.id stole tlie body f Mr. Anna Mc- ' "ol In 111. a ltstr-ln-law of the siates mn. The police agree that t ie work wa that of Black Handera, who a e now holding the woman'! ruriwt f.-r a : rhheoni. THey add tUat the gangj in tended to a 10 1. in .' away the bo ly of Mr. Scott and tliat of hi wife. Tiiy bodyenatChtng In thl MM equal the dari.ig of the phoula who ttlrrod tiie 1 roan'.:..' more than a quarter of a ren- tdFy ago, w.ion the b uly of A. T. Stew- 1 art, (he New Yolk millionaire merchant Kii itolen. Vhp excitement over tr.e grave robbery 1 i Intent in thl section of Penntyl-1 Van.u and to-lay thouttnd crowded the t'ttnevery to view the or of int Vandal. Leveiopmrnu to. nay itioicaie cnai in l-odv j r McCollum had been taken from (ha ettkei before its removal Irein the inaUBOleum, Parts of the ! aaket were found scattered over the' lloor of the vault. Although a large force of detectives are mnklt.g a thnr- nugh osre!i of the city, not a trace of the robber or the mining body ha been found. Tampered With All. AT. the bodies In (he Scoti mausoleum were tampered with. Aside fram Mrs. MeCt-Hatu the following were Interred in' the vault: William I.. Scot:. Mr. WWIam L. Bcott, Richard Townieni of lfj)hington, D. '. Ann 1 Townaend, tti Infant daughter of Mr. ani .Mr". Town tend of Wtthlngton, mil .1 -'in vtn Mc Collum, whot wife's body at stolen. The r.:auolcu7n, which wn of wblt marble, with brr.e door, gate and 1 chains, t a rnln. Or cf the bt.r 1 .-ante door hail be n pried front ltn binga 1 and tbe other had been badly battered. ! vidtnoo that Black Hand men oom. niYlfil the crime is norm; out by the fact thut the s..oti family received blackmailing letter some time ago i i rr.andl:.,; 00.000 and a threat that If tool money was not paid the tumtner home of the tii otls Hi'il of I hla city would be blown to atom. The Bla"k Hand- I er In thl lot were run down and are now lervtng trro in the Wttttra ion-1 Herniary. Same G3ng In Plot. ' - The police feel confident that other members of the aine ga in plotted lo teal th '""' f ex-Congreeeman Scott and demand a bis sum of muney for It return. They did not get the corpse of the ex-i'ongressman, hut In te.id carried away that of Mm, Mc rullom, potllWy by mistake. The cas ket containing the body of Mr. Scott and two other caskets Wert broken open but left In the crypt holding them. All the ralketl were pealed In a wall, aim a shll bad bee:) used In breaking ills (fall before the mtttlllO box could tie move. I. Th casket of Mrs. MoL'ul lorn was lit Rftl on- the lOWtf Her Ilia north aide of the mausoleum, and dlMCtly oppostto It on the second tier la th OMktt containing th body of Mrs. loott, tht wife of the million aire who built the gttUtOltUm JPhe seal here wa also broken, and when the totnh we exaalned it Wit fjund tin" Ihlt egtktl wax half way BUI and 10 ail gputtftnMt til fealy to be la.r'ed awu. Th remains of tiie mil. lonairo Wtrt lying next to those of hla wife, but his iaUet wa not dlaiuraed. A BUmbtf of palm tortd la tbe ma ItBll aim had btan broken down, ami tusj other ottkttt aert broken int , (Continued on sccund I'age.) Copy, I lit. 11(11, br The Co. (Tli New Vert E TILL REBUKED ON - Cigarettes Go Overboard at Order of Cerberus Guarding White Star Pier. NOT MEANT FOR THEM. But Mrs. Mae Sloane and Miss McGrath Flee Dismayed at "No Smoking." Mrs. Mm Sloane, wife of A. ItaHwIn BJoane, the rompoi'T of musical comedy OOre, arrived to-day on the Whlta Star Iklrr Adriatic Mn. Sloane Is a htndi m ojng woman. Waiting at the b.ck for her were hrr husband and lor friend, Mis Mold MeOratki a rf rttrkably pood looking young woman Mr. Sloino and Mia .Mclirath hurried ahoar.l the ship and met Mr. Sloane In the arvr 1 ompinlonwr.y. Aftr grtttingl and ttlUtttlOAl Mr. Sl-.in-4 prOdU d a cigarette cane and I Hied it around. A a vonequence all th.'et the aoni; writer and the two yi ing women -were puffing on 1 Igar ttttt tt Ihty started down the irans way. Many curious e.ces were turned their way. At th: head of the a.inay stood a member of the CrtW. A tAty psed he IhOUttdi "No smoking'" in a voice t.aa; nil, )il hivt been heai d a block aw ay. Tliree c.rtaretl1 wen', overboard while the crowd cheered and tittered. Mr aiol Mr. Slnin,' and Mies McGrath lied In a cab althout Learning they had not been llngltd OUt for especial attention from the warder of ti e KanKplank, he Otlng tlatlontd t:t-re to warn all and sundry, Irrespective of sex, against car rying Are upen the plor. Thought Had Girl Aboard. The Honorabl and Mr, fharles 8. PlhaaCllntOH of Kiiglnnd came on the Adriatic, tirlaglng four French bulldog for exhibition at the WtttmtMtOf Ken lo 1 Club's annual siiow at .Mudlson Kifinre Harden. Included among the four were the unbeaten prlae winner. Charleinaxne and Mlgnonne, that ha ti'.hi n BlU rlbbobt and special honor at all Hit 1 lion a in Knglar.d and on the Contintnt timing tbt last two year. A pgtttngtr who attracted much at tention on the way OVtt VM Mrs. Carrie Arnold o: Phllt4lphla. BtoaUM she I. ad li.e same suinaine as Dorothy Ar nold, and wt's travelling alone, and Dire, besides. OlOtt rattmblaiuc to the pi -tores of the miss; : girl, yoUBg Mrs. Arnold was aglOhtd by eo.nu of her fIIOW -voyagers, who supe ted he Dllghl be tho lOtt New York heiress. Hut Iht told an livening World re ji ,rte I I had ntvrr oeard of I'orotav Arnold until she lead about her dlap- pttranot In the Bngllth ptwgaaptrt, and that, o far as ht knew, hot nuaband's family Is not related to the New Yolk Arnold. Hor norati tho said, is t No ISM North Hrnad street, Philadelphia. She sailed fur Buropt Jan- '. two day I earlier l: an Iiorotliy Arnold 1 believed I to have gone. JACK O'BRIEnTaLLS OFF WOLGAST-M'FARLAND BOUT. PHIIvADBIjPHIA, l'eh 'Jack" O'Brien of 'he Anttrlcgn Athlttta Club nruunced this afternoon 1h.1t baeauto of Ad ft'olgaat'a poor showing again! "Knockout" Broan laai nigiit he had . 1 . . . 1 ofi' 1 ae n.-i iiiind oont between VVolgal ai.d I'a key M.i.'arland, Whk'h aat to htv batn held at the Amera an ,. t'. on ii. Sunday World Want Work. I Mondav Mornina Wonders WOMEN SMOK SHIP'S GANGPLANK " Circulation Books Open to All." I -re Publishing World I . NEW making cowards OF US, POLICEMAN TELLS CROPSEY "We Shirk Our Duty to Avoid Trouble' Bluecoat on Trial Adds. ROASTS COMiM I SS ION ER . Despite Defiance Sherry Gets. I Time to Disprove 'Shoo- fiy's Charges. Policeman William Sherry went he fore Commissioner CrofJgty fiw trial In Brooklyn to-day with Are In his eye and a chip on hi thOUldtr. He turned the taeatatlon against him beins off tKist IMO an opportunity for turning on tiie Commissioner and arraigning him as having Tabbed the New York police of! their spirit and bravery. Sherry laughed In the Commissioner's1 face when asked If he was in his right senses. "That' It," he said. "I wouldn't ask vou an Insulting uuestlon like that. Bit you can put It on me. I'm Just a eane as you are, and I'm right and you are wrong." The ouibreak tarted when gherrv began to cross-. (ueetlon Sergt. Mlil iiauser, the "shootly," who had found him In a vacant lot near his post ami who told the Commissioner that, though Sherry said that he had be?n chasing suspicious looking men, the patrolman's notebook showed that he had not stopped to Jot down a memo random that he trig about to cha-e Big suspe.'ts before he t?rted after them. Wouid Not Anawer. Milhauser would not answer Sherry' questions in a way to bring out the facta, as Sherry wanted to get the n on the record. He got Into severa.1 WrangI With the witness. "There." said ( ommlsloner Cropsey "This has gone far enough. Don't ar gue. Ask queationa, You will have a chance to make a statement later." Sherry turned and looked. Bit Com mltalonor full in the face and seemed trying to hold back from saying what nai In III mind, but he didn't. With his voice shaking he saldi "Oh, what'a the uW ' do not expect a fnlr ehow from you. There Isn't a man hi t' i room who expects a fair show or will get one. We are all cow nrds. Y01 have inidc u OOWafda, Tou have made us shirk our duty In order to save ouraalvi t from a phanot of be inir brought bofore you, We are afraid to arrest u dlsoiderly rerson for fe;u he 4ay run to you with a lie which you will give us no chance to disprove. Thee shoollle go around tryliia to boost their own record by making fall 1 ha.'g s arid aXafgfratOd chargi : against us; at cannot defend ourselves. Why, you will he having 11 man up pretty tOOn for falling to have on wall. gloves w ien he aiiists a burglar." , The Commissioner, who had been looking at gharry in a daze, got him seif together and rapped on the t ub 1 and ttktd about Sherry's sanity. Sherrv acnt right back on quo tad above Merely Sneer "Do you wain to make a statement for the record?" asked the Commits s oner. Sherry merely sneered at him. The offer wn repeated with a warning that it was in the Commissioner's powtr I to ordc- Sherry airiltn'd for IniUbordl nation, "1 w ill make a IttttMttBti" said S.iet ry defiantly, ".iut ti gt it on the record." lie then told of having IttB men skulk ing In the lot where (h sergeant found him, He hid gone after them without pausing to make n goto of iiis action In the notebook be jute ht wanted to get t.ien, before they gn away, and he thought that technical rules ought to be strhordinited to goad ttntt ahtn there us a conllict. "I liave a witness to prove what I aay, but 1 nave not got hi n here," be ooncludadi "Why do you y you lltV a wit ness? Why don't you bring hhn i.ere?" asked tiie Co nmUeloner "He. aus"." ald the policeman I ulmly, "I can only get tl hi.u during hour when I am Oil oily, and If 1 orotaod that , en bit 10 '.peak to him Ihll 'shoo-tly' waiuld Jump me don 11 iiere on more charges. 1 don't want to b rat 1 oaded." fJtommlionr Croptty ordtrod the tgtt tdjournttl for a week and that gtitrfy thould b allowtd tune oft t gel .uiese. YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, tWS ' kH' Mm mW& mm ammmmkmwKS mm aflLlaVLaVtH SSsIS' SBSsTBSsTsTssBl SSBSBSSSBSsI UssTssB SSBS SaMflfi KB ! I BANK ON WHEELS TO LURE MONEY PROM FARMERS Paterson Institution Has Per- ambulating Branch Which I Will l our Jersey. Pateraon, N J . i all worked up over a bank on heels. One of the PatOTtOn trust companies has equipped a steel l;ne.l tUtomobll somewhat along the lines of the a.otors formerly used by tho Night and Day Hank to gather up th.- late cash reCtlpt in the restaurant belt of Broadway and is going to send it out in the countiy to catch tho way side depositor. Th portabl bank wa on exhibition In fimt of the trust company s oMoaa to-day. llundn Is of Interested and cur ious persona viewed tiu peculiar-looking machine. The car Is lilted up with a desk and oil, qulpntont, Including compart ments for iiooks, check an 1 papers. A solid steel safe is built In one corner. The body of the car Is painted sieel color. A small window, guarded with heavy steel and brass bars, and a liberal pace for BaarOMi WtU afford th clerk protection on th ir i ravels. SCHLEY BREAKS TWO RIBS IN FALL ON ICY SIDEWALK. Admiral Stiller-- Much fain From Accident, but His Condition Not Thought Serious, WASH I NOT! IN, Fob, 8. Roar-Admiral WlnfltM B Schley, who was injured taw days ago by n fall on the let In front of his home, was reported to-iluy to he reBtlng as easliy a OOUld be ex pected. BtOtUlt of the fracture of two ribs the rett ed iinv.il ortlctr ruffort consld orabl" pair. Jie I' co'iflned to ills bad, but .lis condition Is not considered snows BISHOP WHITAKER DIES OF PNEUMONIA. PHtUADBLPHIA, S'ab. ! Blahop Oil w. ohltaker of tho Protattant Eptaco- pal diocese of 1'ennsylvanla lied at his rOftdtnoa lior t noon to-day. Me had been lck for some day wltn pniu n.oii.. LORD DEClEsTND BRIDE NE4RJEKYL ISLAND. BRUNSWICK, Qg.i Feb. 8 -l,or.l and l..,.l I i, j ,ii rlvt.,l I tn-dav fro n v.. ... l..i. ..... ,. ran i.i. Jekvl Is! and, a few mile- from h will spend (hi f It part Bvoog, where tl thoir horn SUNSET ! EXPRESS STRIKE HALTED BY TRUCE AFTER SIX HOURS 200 Jery City Well-Fargo Men Resume W ork Pending Arbitration. A'bOUt.SM drivers and helpers of the Welle-Kargo Bgprata ''ompany In Jer sey CBy went vr strike for six hours to-day. They rcturne l to work this af- ternoon, following a i inference witu I rjentral Manager Mickey at the Brie I terminal In Ourtuanc of an ggrttfnOBt I to submit their grlavanoa to the ofBolala of the company In Manhattan to-nmr- row. 'I i... str-ke was in; e, ho of the big strike I or last fall. Throng. i the lalarcatfton of Mayo? Uaynnr a OOtnpromltt agree , ment wa then readied between the .drivers and helpers on one side and I the express tomptnltt on the other. : A featuro of the agreement wa that the oOmptnltt thOUld not discriminate against any employee who bad while on trlke been aatlvaly engaged In the I formation of a union. A great deal of ll.v itlsfactlon among the men has grown out of this provision ; of tho settlement It is ' hin ged that th companjat hava been dltthatglng men who ware actively engaged In ' building up the union. It Is the custom in expres companies i to employ extra force of drivers and elpei for 'he Uhliatmag tSaSOtl and to lay ofi these extra men when the rum i over. Thu Walla-Fgygo Company, ae- Cordlng lo the iic. '.. strike, has bee.l lavltiK off men. out ha. oeen pi king out old employ.es who weie pi ouiliient ,n the last strike, and k. eplug the new man hirtd tinot th big strik tuog ple. The diiveis and thtlr helpers ssse.n- bied this morning at th tat at at c voula avenue gnd Eighth street and Monmouth gvenu and Tenth attaai, but a'l the union man relubed to takt out tnelr w auun. The im men , ho re ma ned at work, a lOrdtnf lo the union cffi lals. are men wn i.ave been takno on since tin, big "Inks to dlaplac union tmployets, A eommlttot Of iree from the em plovees "f Iht A da mt Kxpress Com pany at Hie CommUnlptW terminal sga. torrid with a eommltttt of strikers at noon to talk over the Idea of calling a general sirikt The Adams mtn were advised by James w. Donntlly, delegato Ol lOCtl No. U3 of too Tesmsler Union, lo await the out come of the conference with th Wells-l''aro orthials. grt fan .tg ,,,h lute. isUiats, iMsrfiuoai tui u tct4 (.,, .hi,. hb, hi lie W t I Trt.vl Hurr to .soinii. .i , 1 1 ... i ..i .'ii nunjitgia .i'u New I'ubtMi W.. id. Iluudln Mai o S'l. , I'.rM ii.,. Ttiepnosi reasaaan vat ii-sh, i.,bi Pit rtaglt ti .':.,' hvlta 'cell BS'.rM linrf rrebf.l f t i a 1 J otrtj or the I taauala ss call, Circulation Books Open to 1911. 18 PAGES - . . MURPHY IS PLEDGED mm m 'COURT ALLOWS MRS. THAW'S CLAIM Promissory Notes Show That She Loaned Him 209,67 4 Littleton's Also Valid. PITTSBURG, P.. Fb. .-ln n optn. I Ion and report relative to the claim of! VtrlOU creditors of Hurry K Thaw, who killed Stanford While. William T iiiair, roforaa in bankruptcy! has al iowe-i ft nunrbtr of olalau in full; Othrt In part, and emn are dlamlattd altogether. The total claims aggregate nW.OOO, the claimants being his n attorneys, piyslelaus, drlectiies and ilorokoopi ri Mrs. Marc II. Thaw, the mother. I allowed her claim In full, amounting to! m,T4.tl, lln4er O'Mara, trustee for' Thaw's estate, objected to the mother dalm on the grnunls that It was ad vanced in oonalda ration or Mrs T;,aw's' affe, tlon for her son. Mow. ver, Mr Thaw prodUOtd In evidence tWenlv-Hvel promwtory nottt showing con.iualvely lint the money was loaned and was to be charged- A bill of 6.-,n of Dl Halvo Hrothers, New York merchants, for furnllura, or- nimenta and silverware purehtttd for Bvalyn Batbtl Thaw, was aNo allowed In full. Martin W lattleton claim fur IXHtii id was allowed. Littleton wo mttloyod imdtl a peciflc contract b Marry Than lo dofond him until Thaw was i fra Kor ttu atrrloa ht to gal i ia sum of ito.fjmi, but Thaw aan tt lad that I.ttleton did not complete his oontraOt, but "dejierted on '.it fire '' Thaw olalmtd that he had pud lule- tou M,Q00 and ahould not kg towinallad to pay mora, William '! Schlllltl ii tger. a d' te'tlve. SI I i lulii for tMt,M as a baltfl ia dt on work performi by hhn during Thaw'a serund trial. It was thown that' tie claimant hi baon engaged by At . my f ilttlttgW Tha llefaree Is of the o.-tu on that K biiilttberger s bills should ie aaiu.st Littleton, not ggalngi Thaw, snd therefore dlt.lilsstsl Ida I olaln. 2.000 BARRELS BURNED. ,, ip in smoke uiirn vyatoboaM I Daaltayad. row of fpgia Uullitlny st Vernon I ,i'i I I'oisi Ing streets, Long island City. I was destroyed b fire this afternoon. .1 imes Mallett I Die owner act! the building r oa ii pied by John 0 Dt lanev at a barrel storage plget Two i inouHMid oarrels wire consumed by the flames Fo li'teeti oraaa were sal e.l a spark from a tugboat Ii auppoted to have caused ti.e blaze. AGAINST HER SON A1L" TO TAKE SHEEHAN OUT OF THE SENATE RACE Made the Promise to Mayor Gaynor Last Sunday During an Inter view Brought About by J. Sergeant Cram. ALBANY HEARS RUMORS OF NEW CANDIDATE SOON All Hope for Election of the Caucus Nominee Is Abandoned at the Capital Tam many Men Wait for Murphy to Give the Word. Positive ttsstMWtlrt amitialtng from Albany tfi.il W illiam F. Shfshan'g taihiiJacy for the United States Senate his hloun up were loyally cor roborate,.! to-day by Tammany leaders who are conversant with the sit uation at the State capital. They say that Charles I-. Murphy has de cided to withdraw hheeh.iu and that lie told Mayor Gaynor so last Sunday. The fact that the Mayor met Mr. Murphy on Sunday was known to very few in this city, but appears to have been pretty generally un derstood at Albany. It said thai the meeting was brought about by J. Sergeant Cram, who is on tiie outs with lib former friend Murphy, but on terms of friendship with Mayor Gaynor. TWBNTm i ll VOTE ON BUNA TOR8H1P. (tpell t Th Stsstlag W.frlilJ AI.IIANV. It. Y., Bab. a. - f in vote to diy for I'nlted Slates. .Senator on the twentieth Joint ballot wn S.s follow. ,'sedldatt,. tesst. Aisfsabty. Total. Bbeeban It f6 73 8hiard 3 d 10 Keruau ...... 1 Y 8 Littleton ... l a 3 Olynn 1 I 3 O'HrUn ...... 1 1 3 Tatkgt o i i Taylor . . o I 1 Hulasr O 3 3 Dtpiw 14 68 73 Total Tot cast to-day 177 Nsoessary to cholc to-day 89 EXCISE BILL LIFTS BAN ON NUMBER OF SALOONS. gpSPtal to Ttie r'.im -i V.,.-: ! Ai.iiANY. Btb, I. Asmblyman Mtr tin MaC ie to-day It t rod i c a bill w it !i if ptatod n nraotltatly nullify Nit pro. yttlont of the measure pas.ed lust liar limiting 'he number of ItloOM In given lOCalltlat. T.ie MoCUa bill provides for tn li enster of lie nses from Ona d. trlct I i another. The result is that Whil tha whole number of saloons must lie the same there Is no limit that can be crOWdod Into an.r one tiorouga of New York City or County f tn Ktute CHINATOWNOPIUM RAIDS. Cuatoma Inapaotort and ppaolal agonial of tneTreas.il' Popartmaoi raided tav eri guapootad Chlnaaa pia.es tn Matt street, Poll afreet and poyora street' thl afternoon In a gogroh for opium ! and other ttldgnott of smuggling The men were In iiarge ol Acting Deputy Surveyor BdWgrd L Norwood. snd CntiAma Knai t t lata tlarrla forty men Marched N i II Mot) I street. No. 7 Bllttbath atreet and Nos. I p) and 8 Pell at t eat. No arrest were made, buf th In-! pesior taltad - wagnnload of opium' ami IgyOUtt. Two I'nlnamrn were "es corted'' to the office of District. Atto:'- I ney Wlae. At No 10 Tell street the Inspector! i found a small quantity of counterfeit ntonty whtoh wa turned oei to Ctpt, Taylor of the Secret Servic. EDITI O IM PRICE ONE CENT. 1 The report foes that Mr. Cram per- I sua, led tic Mavor to arrange an Intei- rlat sVlth Murphy, They met here i let ! T.i, M i'. u - said to have lin- i Mr H trpby to drop Bheaaan M i Ol i layt or tol I the Tammany Bus t II lie km n Shepard hi choice could " l" tad, and thai he had no can late for ti e !so.ntorhlp; that h ill I'ti.i bit support to almost any body hul Hheeban, it is said that tho N told Murphy that utile 8hli Idran i tb Democracy of the ft.it,. will ... pot In a bad way. Tammany men who profess knowledge, of what i ppened at th mvetlng declgrt that M irp .v told Mayor 0ynor that ban banc of tdectlon wa tone, ani that h would get out before many b. Tin" also s.iy that the Mayor and I Murph) ' Iked over several candidates, and that the man Murphy pick to r I place Hhaeban w ill have the Oaynor lu- doreontonta 111:1.11 I A Will i(JOA QUIT RACK, ALBANY Ht.ARS. 1st ll t , s.,:t 0sssjsM ef r friSBlag World.! UaBANT, K.o a. It is all over wifli v item !' shaahaa'a oandMsey for tn United State Sana to toil the formal no. Hot, to coma from Mr. 8hehan, an nounclng hla withdrawal. While he bald s relative strength In the Joint bsjlo-. ll noon to-day none of the legislator who role I for him had any Idea that art I .'.tug for a winner. SUeeuan paid a hurried vuit to tbe Executive Chamber late tale af teruoou and had a ooufersac with Guv. Dlx. Th candidal appeared rieatly excited, a wa so Impa tient that he even told tbe lvator man to hurry hi car. tie refused to state the object of his visit, but It 1 understood that Dlx gov Urn a bint to retire from tbe rao la view of th fact that h could not secure euough votes to wta la yes terday's confsreno and th dead lock Is dslaylaig legislation. M of the Lagialgtora are of h ini preeal in thai they Mil not be naUad upon to east any more ballot for Sheehsn In amp) ance with tn caucus sgreemem. The hehdomidal exodus of Assembly men and BnatOM began to-day. and w.tsu they reassemble on Monday It Is believed thai there will be a new candidate in IhO Held, backed by the Murphy lndareo- mant The Tammany contingent stands lira. Ij tor a Tammany man to take the place 1 1 1 warn . .1 .