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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1919.
detention. The petitioner M miMnt th present petition for BfM of liaheaa corpus isn a'Mr.l not only on lit own hehalf. M ,ir iMOMM) "fi IX a If r Harry K T in." IOWI TO MANDATE Or SIR LOMER GOUIN. .TudRo llut.-lilnaon trfeire.l 10 Hi inft mm of Hlr ' ,n t OotHn, Promlof and kAtfjrney-Oeneral. delivered patta 'lay b) AlmM Ueoff rlon. aayinK "The Atioriiey-Oener: gf thin prov ince, tiy his representxt.ve, hae elated that It 1a the dealre of the Altu-nn- Oenera' that thli rat he diepoeed of aa apeedlly as pOOelbli, and that If the prieoner la legally Imprisoned he be returned to tha )all to await hit trial, but If he la under wrongful restraint, da ba liberated at once, ami Cat a desire of tka prisoner to remain In tha Jail to ovoid pro.ecdln that ma) tm taken agalnet him under federal alatiita by , tha Dominion Oovernmrnt muat not ba . 'enatdrred. and that the Jail of thli district la not to ba uaod aa a house or ' refuge " ' After cltiruf many prevlou derlalona. Judg. Mm. Ii.mk.i-i delivered thr xilnt f hla derielon In three wonie "I therefore grant thr aald petition, maintain tha aald writ of habaaa corpue ad daelaro tha aama abaoluU, and fur etBar declare that tha Jailer baa no aa Ttmr1iy to detain Barry K Thaw In tha common Jail, and, whathar Thaw wiahee 4 aaarriaa and an Joy hla personal liberty r not. ha la entitled t. hla full liberty and ha la hereby liberated and dle eharged from hla praaent detention In .tha Jan and la hereby raatorad to tha .liberty ha enjoyed previoua to hla arreat nad datantion." EVERYTHING READY FOR EX ICTIO RACK TO BORDER. .. Bverylhlng la In raadlnaaa In Coal)- cook to a-U-a Tli. - aaiwl v hurliif. ,Jt la from that point the real rare for I the border wit basin. Tha attorneya Car Now York State have a awlft auto la waMIng there, aa have Thaw a law- yara. s It la practically certain that Thaw will not ba allowed la remain In Ver mont. If praaent plana do not go aatray he will be rushed out of that tltate lawnedlabHy and atari ad aa hla war J to Now York. , The attornea for New Tork "tate . will make an Immediate ateaipt to cat aa order for hit deportation. Than they plan to hurry him acroaa tha bor der and toward the New Tork Bute Una In an automobile before hla attor neya can take further local action. .Unco In tha tMtat. ha can ba returned ta Mat tea wan without delay. PRE MURK TO MAKE CHAUF FEUR THOMPSON REVEAL PLOT. Xduoated Roi- Thampaon. ohauf. Thevw away from Matteawan atore than two waaka ago, muat linger la kerbroeko at laaat another week, under ttO ball, before ha atanda trial wa tha double aharti af having le tatod the Dominion Immigration law a by crossing tha border "by atealth" and la aa doing aaelallog aa undesirable, Thaw, to aater Canada. ' Mia caaa came before Maglatrate Mul "aaa to-day and with the conaent of .both atdee waa put over. Thoaipaon'a .lawyeri. In reality Thaw'a lawyera. art la tan aaeaatUae collecting data to prove TBsmgecn'e claim that ha waa born In rato and waa never naturallaad la United Kiatea. With thla eeUb. ha will be aubject to a IMu fine or three montha' Imprisonment but M not ba deported. ar'a chief deal re now la to tat each to Broadway but he can't ao long aa an tadietraent hand over aim charging aba with co nap Lr log with o there to llb .arata Thaw. If Thorapaon caree to tell hla story, even at thla lata day, Jerome la ready to da what he can to quaah tha In dictment for oonaplracy returned agatnat him Irr Outcheee County. Jerome ad mitted thla afternoon that he had had aa Informal talk with tha chauffeur and had advlaed him In a general way not to allow hlmaelf to be made a pawn by the Thaw lawyers. LEAVES POLICE FORCh TO BECOME LAWYER Son of New York's Only Woman Policeman Resigns Po sition. Policemen Jamie 8. Ooodnin, who la gba twenly-four-year-uld aon of Detec tive Lieutenant I aa belle Ooodwln, tha only woman uu lira rolla of the Now Tort department, realgned hie Job to day, lie le atudylng to be a lawyer. Ooodwln had been a policeman two year a and after eoma experience in the datoctlva bureau waa tranaferred to tha Marrtaanta elation aa a mounted man. Mothlag waa known of hla Intention to guit until he atepped In front of 1-leut. McOorry to-day and laid hla revolver, hla badge and hla official kayo on the daak and aald lie waa through. "Look here, young man," aald Mr Oorry. "Aren't you a little haatyT Tour mother la likely to lock you up far a thing Ilka thla." "Oh. I know aha doean't Ilka It." aald the) young man. 'But I have been atudylng law at Kordhatu and leading law In all my time off, and thr lime ha coma when 1 have either goi to be a gaad lawyer or a good policeman. 1 aaa't be both. Mother agreed laat night to let me have my own way." SCHOONER LOST IN STORM. Tne Hon Drawaet When Hartley la Wrecked Off t'apr llalierae. WAdaHrNOTOX, ftopt S.-Th three tag tad achooner Hartley waa wrcckra aa tha beach at Chli-amli-oumo ,;f. aavlag atatlon, off Cape liatteraa, to day, and two oiembera of tha crr of aoveo loat their Uvea. The ahlp waa a total loaa, according toreporta received by the revenue cutter aervke. According to cable repoi la the Itoyal HaU gteameblp Caribbean, which will replace the ateamahlp Orotava In the Maw York-liarmuda aervi e on Heptt. 17, lef. Cherbourg at 7 J. M. laat night aad Bouthampton noon to-day for tha tat aa. Bermuda anal Maw Yerk. aarrr. jm a larte uat af ANOTHER ALLEGED BASEBALL LOTTERY ! MANAGERARRESTED Anthony CoiTlttOCk Presents Testimony and AcCUSfd Is Meld in flSOO Bail. HAD ONE PRIZE OF $200. It Is Charged That Every Chance in the Pool Sold for 5o Cents. One more arreat waa effected to-day through aapoeuree by Thr evening World of baaeball gambling poola. lot tertee under the lam, operated In New York for the porpoee of fleecing the gullible. The prlaonor waa Btntl C HotUnger, a etoop-ehouldered, red mtiataohod man of forty yea re, living at No. ill) Waal Porty-aavantfe a treat, where, according to the complaint, ha conducted the "International llaeeball Information Company." The complainant agaJnat HotUnger waa Anthony Comtlock, head of the Model) for the Huppression of Vine. Through a detective. John McOnwan, Comatoek gatharad enough evidence to have Unilinear, who waa arraigned to day In the Weet Blle Court held under Wnu bail for special Heaalone on a charge of having violated flection No. 1373 of tha Penal Code, which relatei to lotterlea. Comatock declared that Hoitlnger, from hla home, printed and circulated LAOS Uofceta In tha pool then :nae queraded under the name of "Tha In ternational Baaeball Information Com. pany," uaing for bait a prlie of 1X0 for the "winning combination" and 110 for ronaotatlon prlie. t'nllke other poola In town, liottlnger did not offer chancea In tha lottery for at canto. Every ohanoe In tha liottlnger pool, according to the detective, waa aald far M aante, and 1M of the current laeue had been dla poaed of before Hottlngor waa arreetea. According to the allpe, premluma ware to be redeemed at Hottlnger'a home. In court liottlnger, who doecrlbed hlm aelf aa a bookkeeper, rafueed to make any atattmmt He aald ba waa willing ta take hla chancea "downtown," mean ing (leneral Meeeloaa, The evidence produced by Comatock at tha hearing. Comatock declaring he had l.mc of Hottlnger'a tlcketa In hla poeeea elon, ahowed that Hottlnger'a method wa.. with the axoeptlon of tha fact that he ar iked the creduloua 50 cam a lnetnad of H. uat like the baaaball lottery con ducted by Henry Krancla Toren under the name of the lfetropolltan Baaaball Information Bureau. 1'pon evidence luppll-WI by The Kvi nlng World, Toraa waa arreatad a few weeka ago. He obtained aeveral ad Journmenta of the hearing and Anally he fled the city, leaving a friend to land tha Ion of HMO, Toren'a ball. Toren'a reaaon for running away waa that hla attorney had told him hla caaa waa hopeleea. Ha might have got oft with a fine had It not been for the fact that ha already had a prlaon rooord (he epent a year on Hlarkwoll'o Inland for forging Interborough tlokete), and thla would leave the courte no alternated butto aend him behind bare again. ASSEMBLYMAN FINDS SON IN JAIL AS HOBO. Young Matthews Says Paterson Playmates Forced Him to Board Freight rain With Them. laparlal e Tka Beaalif World). MIIPLKTOWN, N. T.. HepL I -Ambrose Matthewa. aon of Aaaemblyman Hattbawe of Fateraon. N. J., and a page In the Naw Jereey LaglalatuFe, waa discovered In Uoahen Jail to-day hy hla father. The boy had been mlaa. Ing from home for ten daya Ttie Pat ereon police had aearahod that city for him and had dragged tha 1'aeaalo Iliver and ponde near hla home. Accordmg to the young man'a etory, John M alley, Lee Hart and Ooorga Stone, Bat ereon ooya of about the aame ace aa hlmaelf, foroed him to board an hrle frelnht train at Baterann by throw Ing hla ap aboard and holding liuu In a car until th tram atartad. The boya were arreeted In Mlddletowa aa traanpa and oommtttad to jail for ten daya. Young Matthewa waa aahamed to tell hla family where he wai and hla father hoard of hla plight through a Jail ewieiae, KING GEORGE'S COUSIN SIZES UP LORD HALDANE "A Damn Good Lawyer and Poli tu.-i.in, Hut a Damn lur SolJier," Says Cot, Fitz-George. A paaaenger on the Cunard liner ainiania, arriving mia arternooii, waa Col. 8lr AuKuetua f Kltr.-Ueorge K C. V, Oh '. li., a cuualn of the King of KiiRlaml. Col. .-It Klti-iiaorge la a aon of tha luke of Cambridge, who waa a graieJ-uncle of Uie ivln.r. Uur Kngllah vleltor le on hla way to look after extenalvr mining propertlua In which he le lntereated In the Cobalt dlatrlct of Caiuula. He la a nillllaiy man and haa bean ataiiuned in van. ma of Hla Mujeaty'a iioaauaaluna. "You juat eaca,pd meeting rd Ha: dan, who returned to Kngland on the Uugllgnlg thla morning," Hlr AugUtlat aaa tolJ. "Ah, yea," ha replied, "laird Haldann A damn good lawyer and politician, but damn poor aoldlar. Waaa Ba was Bac retary for War he waa quite unpopular a. Emblems Gaynor Will Use in the And Banner That Roasts (pec I ally - i ' ' aai Cjgil 1 1 Ia .aojlfa 1 1 rv'iiii I I ' ' Hajl aHat B afilaMaaal - .' RlanaW fi' ad ' ' WKSmzM- I T ' ' aa 'JaaBMaal H - - ' 1 laM f--J aaBCSetaW I - d4-t.4-. ... t tv gut a;agejiaaaaaaait ..t-vt. g 5,000 NOMINATE (Continued from Fleet Pago.) ttood on the City Hall atepe. Haunt bead- of pvrapliatlon atood out on hie bald head ant tr'.ckled down hie face. He mitppcd hla head with a handker chief repeatedly. Illi face waa axcea aivrly iale and nla hand shook. He apoke but once during the pro- reedlnga and that waa when he leaned over to Mr. Appb-ton and whlapered hueklly four or five worda. Mr. 8chlff explained to the crowd that the Mayor a wound troubled hla throat ao that It would be Impoaatble for him to make a prech. Not merely waa he forced to re main allent, but ha only atood for brief Intervale before the cheering thronge and waved the ahovel that haa been placed In lila haude. To-morrow, the Mayor goeo to the Adirondack for real and roouporatton. Hla campaign will be left la tha haada of phvali ally atronger men. Edward E McCali. Chairman of tha Public Hervtoe Commlaalon and Tam many candidate for Mayor, oat In tha Irtdow of hla office on the fourteenth floor of the Tribune Building and watched the unique damonatratlon. MAYOR SEIZED SHOVEL AND SHOUTED TO CROWD. The Mayor'i notification waa aomewhat handicapped by tha weaknaaa of tho epeakera' vol. ee. Pew m the audleno heard what any of the apokaaman aald. Tha Mayor'a expert handling of the ipade, which waa preaented to him In the prcaence of the throng, elicited great applauae. At the cloee of the cereinonlra whea Secretary Hobert Adamaon had read that the Mayor would ahnval all hie enemlea Into the dump-heap, the Mayor aeliod bjf ahovel with eagernaea and ahouted: 'That'a what we'll dot" Hie voice waa weak, and he plainly ahowed the effete of hla recent attack. tiro wing out of the day'a funottone ram the announcement that Michael J. Iirummond. the Mayor'a Cummlaetoner of Charltlea, would In all probability be the ,-eiidldaie for Comptroller on the Oaynor ticket. The announcement. which waa backed by authoritative per aona In the Mayor'a confidence, created great concern to the Pualonlata. who had expected to tee the Mayor accept William A. Prendergaat aa hla candidate for Comptroller. A d .xn or more ciuba and aaaoclatlona with uiinnera wr In the line of march, but moat of them marahalled only about twenty-five tnembera each. All told, there were one thoueand marchara who had f ormed a Una Juat outalde of City Hall l-aik and marched Into the open plaaa. There the police had olenred away a great apace. Outalde the police llnee thouaanda of men and women ployed in downtown offiae biatldlaga praeaad In a aiming Jam to aaa tao an u in apectacle. When it in found that the marching .:e-anUaiioiia did not fill the plaaa the police llnee were drawn and tha noon day epri-tatore packed themeolvoe up agalnet the atepa of the hall. It waa tmpoailble for any aave thoae on the atepa to hear what waa aald By the varloue epeakera. FIRST CHEERING LASTS A PULL MINUTE. All th enthualaam ttiat waa etirred uu cam from th av.'earanr of th Mayor wavlna hla ahovel end making pantomime of shoveling the raacnla out Herman Bidder made a brief a nd gf th 'lty Hall when that reference In j Ink Peech and then Cerretary Adani hla apeech waa reached by .Secretary aen read tha Mayor' acceptance. In Adamaon during the reading. Tag that pa:t giving the llet of th Tarn cheering waa not prolonged ar uaroar- nvaay oenferreee at Daimanleo a the loua. Oa three aneaalaa it traM out craved groaned aad hawed with much Taaebat tMaak laarted atkt sMwtto Tha hebefraphed bp aa Mvenlmg World rhotogrsphar ) GAYNOR, WHO IS NEAR A COLLAPSE. a-cond and third times It wai of thirty aaconda' duration. At a polltlcatdtnltt natratlon the City Hall meeting Waw frtore of a enow for the curtoua noonday crowda than a gathering of voter and dleplay of or ganlaad otrength. There were by lib eral count one thousand men' In the marching clube that were admitted through the police llnee to take front placea In the City Hall atapa. There were another Ave hundred or more privileged leadera and workers on the etepe and In the corrldore of the build ing. Thla made a total of l.too man who could ba counted ae the fighting force of the Oaynor army. THREE ORGANIZATIONS TURNED OUT WITH BANDS. There were but three organlaed and llned-up bodlea In tha gathering. Thee were tha Bronx County Jeff ereon lan Cnlon of three hundred men carrying ' shovels, led by Bugane MoOuIre and Thotnaa H. O'Nell. both of whom had thatr training aa former Tammany lead era They marched In front with a band. The Oaynor League of Porelgn-Born Cltlaana and the Bant Side Oaynor League together numbered 3M men, coming from tha lower oaat aide. Tha third organisation of any elae waa tha Oaynor Enrollment Committee 0r 1 Brooklyn, with about one hundred men In line and a band. Tha ataga aattlng for th damonatra tlon waa carefully arranged. Three hun dred policemen under I nop actor Lanes formed a guard of honor. It waa a aub ject of paeiing comment that one of the police commander waa Capt. Cray, brother-in-law of Charlaa P. Murphy, the Tammany leader. The claaelc City Hail building formed a fine background and th broad atepa ! led up to their portico, which waa tha ! rage tar th principal actors la the; political drama. Out on tha plaaa throe large atandard. bad bean aet up StBf I Ing broad eo.rfe. ee on which wore I painted th epigrams of the coming I campaign. One read "T have not turned the city over to th apollatlon of any one William J. Oaynor." Another read. "I have bean Mayor William J. Oay nor." In each eaee the signature waa a far atmlle reproduction of tha Mayor'a handwriting. SHOVILS CARRIED SIGN ROAST ING -c. r. m." In th oontr of the plaaa waa a largf i.'e of ehovela. Over them waa a ban ner reading. "Wy down under thea ahovrla Ilea th body of C. F M. He tried to fire a Ooveraor and grab a city all in on year." The ahovals were all naw and had bean paaeed out, ao n waa aald, by aub way coatraotora to all who daalrad to carry thorn In tha parade. The Mayor and hla mend gathered In hla private office while th crowd were aeaembllng. At a quarter before 1 o'clock the Mayor led tha way to tha atepa and, going to tha front, bowrd and waved hla hat to the ciowda Then Jacob H. Boh Iff aald a faw worda of preliminary Introduction foi H. Koea Appleton to mak the formal addreaa inviting the Mayor to run on an inde pendent tlchat, nominated by petition. Chairman Appleton preaentol Mr. Oay nor with a ahovel aa the emblem of the new party The Mayor stepped to tha front and waved rh ah..vel, -vBllt the rrowd, that had not heard a word a! cheered happily. giaa aa the taaauaa gf Campaign, j Tammany Leader .ii.t! K t M a, I is - ftnt. t--f --t.y I Mr. Adamaon shout l ao that all could hear. Upenlnl the reremonlea. Jacob H. Bchlfr aald, In part: "I deem It a great honor to have bean called upon to open thla aaaemblage. which I ahould think le a more unique fualon or non-parltaan committee than haa ever come together In thla city. The movement which we propuae to originate tu-day le deatlned to deinonatrate thai the people of New York will not tolerati dictation from eelf appointed commltteee and political org&nlxatlona aa to who lhall admlniater their municipal affaire, and that they know how to reward one who hae aerved them well, one who haa been honeat, capable, fearleia and In dependent "During the pait four yaara wa have enjoyed, under Mayor Oaynor and hla aaaoclatea on the Board of Ketimate, an admlnlatratlon auch aa wa have not "d for the paat half century-that la aa far aa my own recollection goea back and If I correctly understand the temper of the people of thla city they do not mean to take any chancea by permitting their tried and experienced preaent Chief Maglatrate to become re placed by either of the two other nom inees, who, though both may be of high type, do not poaaeaa the expaii- once nor the qualldcatloni which have maaa Mayor oaynor ao eueveniui municipal admlnletrator." In placing Mayor Oaynor in nomina tion Chairman Boa Appleton aald: "Mayor Oaynor, thla form of nomina tion marka a naw era In our municipal Ufa. It la an uprtaing of the people. demanding the contlnuanoa In office of a public aorvant who haa never faltered In hla doty to the cltlaana at large la every office be haa occupied, and tha divorcements : of municipal laeuea from national sn , tveaiaww. - "-" my pleaaant duty to praaent yon with omciai emoiem or .n - mtl.tJmta?. ""I?1- , Th" B0VI mblematlo of eajBway aaKaa.awaaaaatawem f t ae asaiaw nnnn S kdh nffiMtl Ita uae upon the official " """"'", ballot will bury opposition on 'Nor. i. and tha elttsene of Naw Tork may con tinue to tranaaot tha buelneaa of tha city at the office of the Mayor la tha City Half MAYOR UNABLE TO READ HIS SPEECH. The Mayor atood oa the top atop and raised bit hand to the crowd. He aaM something, but big worda wwre drowned In the cheering. Then Secretary Ada.ni mn stepped forward and read tha Mayor'a speech. It was as followa: "1 accept. "What yuu do thla day a hall become memorable You are teaching tha In teJIIgent people of tbl city how they may nominate their candidate for of fice. If thoy aea St and have tha oplrit. and not submit to having oaadtdataa imposed on them by a little ooterie of men who follow polltlea aa a dlaboaeat trade and have no other vlatble maana of support. "How different Chls vaat and Improa alv on la to th little ecene which occurred in a room at Dahnontco'a ono night a weak ago. There aat at a table eight men to decide who might run far Mayor and other offices. They were all of one strips, aad of a kind at even to caet lota oa the garment of the elty. Let me read their name to laat you have forgotten tham "ttBABXdM T. -JOaTB M. BPOOOBY. "TMOMAal VOX.BY. "rSXX.IV DOMOMTJB. "19WaJ0 B. at'OAXX.. ton m I I "There wag ma room air any ena ax- aaatu, wuuh pt Maaa af pwa wag WILSON RESUMES CONFERENCES MEXICAN AFFAR Discusses Protection of Ameri can Interests With Bryan and Meets Hale. WABHINOTOW. Newt. I.-Wlth tha return of Pre aidant Wilaon from tha etimmer White Ifwuae and tha arrival of William Bayard Hale, wio haa bean making obaervatlona In Mexico for Cm Aitmlntetratmn, Intereat In the Moktaan altuatlon waa revived. ftarratary Bryan announced that aa word had been receive from Savoy John Lind. afr. Hale, who accompanied Mr. Und from lfailoo City to Vara Crua. waa aald to be the bearer of par. eonal maaaagee to the Preeldent. Before leaving hue to-day for a lec ture engagement Secretary Bryaa went veer Mexican development! of tha hut few daya with Prealdent Wilaon and diecueeed lnautrlee made by Americana regarding maana of .protection ta their property if Uiay leave Mexico. Conferencee between the Prealdent and Mr. Hale were arranged for Hale to-day. Mr. Bryan aald that he would confer with Mr Hale to-morrow. Mr. Hale arrived late to-day. Ha denied that he carried the orlglnala of any Oamboa noteo or any paraonal mea aagee from Mr. Und to tha Prwaldam or to tierrotary Bryan. "I don't mi why ao much Importance haa been attached to my movemente." anld he. "I am almply a private trav eller, who haa found Mexico an inter eatlnr field during the laat few weeka. Any Information I have gathered la. of course, at the dlapoaal of the I'realdent and the State Ihtpartment If they care tor it. OALVTSBTON. Tex., Sept. i,-The aac ond army dtvlalon tinder General 'ar ter'e commend at Tcxaa City attain waa placed on a war footing: to-day unon lerdere received laat night from Waah. Ington. Tha troopa are ready to em- ur on iranaporta at a minute a notice. COURT WAITS, NO JUDGE. " tlaalatralo Campbell Fin. a woa Harrle Caa't Bo PwaaB. Morrlaaala Court, Drona. waa without a Magiotrata until nearly noon to-day. The courtroom wag crowded with Com plainant, wltneaaee, attorneya and other who fuaeed and fretted. Magis trate Campbell appeared at ll.U a. M.. jutt aa Maglatrate Barlow waa leaving Harlem Court to dlapoae of to-day a docket In Morrlaanla Court. Maglatrate llouaa'a term expired yea terday. and Magistrate Hnrrta. who waa to havt, taken his plaoe, could not ba round this morning when runners were aent out to find a Maglatrate. Invited. None of you were allowed to make a auggestloa. But hare to-day all the different people of the city and their repreaentatlve men have a voice. Mr. Chairman, In preaentlng ma with thla ahovel you atated that the meaning of It waa that the work of cenatrweting tha eubwaya was to go on vlgorouary. It means far more than that. It maana that tha people of thla city are going to ahovel all of these miserable little politi cal grafter Into one common dump heap." CITY HALL PARK BCOURID FOR OCCASION. Tha Mayor Ar u at the City Halt early. When ha arrived in hla automobile with hi aon, Rufua, h found that Comrale alonar William H Bdwarda had eooured the park aa clean aa a freshly awept floor. Doeena of tweepare had deaeend ed early oa tha approaches to the City Hall and removed every veatage of dirt and paper. At the entrance to hla of fice the Mayor encountered Police In spec tor Labey In full uniform. Tha In spector told tha Mayor that Commla alaaar Waldo had detailed MB of tha fineat young men In the Police Depart ment to heap everything ta order. Fir Commlaalooer Joseph Johaeoa earn along, looked over the aeenery aad want Into conference with the Mayor. Among the early arrival William Luatgarten, who came htto the Mayor'a offloa with a full alaed apade covered with gold foil. The apade waa ornamented with lib bona. The apade waa the Brat of aeveral hundred which appeared at the coram onlea la tha hand of th viatttag dolegaasoae. There were band and about and cheers. After the delegations asesmtiled la tha plaaa tha Committee oa Arrangamesu which comprised Chairman Johnaoa. B. J. OreenhuL William Lustgartan. taker I Ottlnger. J. C. MoXnlght, Eugene J. Mo OuIre, Louis J. Horowtts, Judaon J. Walt and Pater R. Oatlna, accompanied by the twenty-two chairmen of th various delegations, called upon the Mayor la hi private office aad escorted him to tha perttoe. doe rotary Adamaon gave out the name of tha organisation which partlctpatod la tha eere atony aa follows: Bait Bide Property Own err tarrla ttoa, Cltlaana' Peenooracy. County Club of New Tork. Colored Cttlaana' Oaynor League. Dili Demoo ratio Club of tha Third Aaaembly Plgtrtet, Bureka Demo cratic Club of tha Bronx, Borough Park Oaynor League, BtsBaegg Man'a Pro greeelv AgaoolattaB. Bohemlan-Amari-can League, Bronx County Jefferaoalaa Union. Puture Club of Bay Rldga, Oay nor Lagu of the Sixteenth Aaaembly League. Oerman Booletleg of Long Isl and City. Oaynor Enrolment League. Oaynor Lcagu of Oroater Rldgewood and flavnor Profaaalonal 1. uin. ! Hebrew Cltlaana' Aaaoclatlon of : Qiieena, LatkvAmerlcaa League, Mayor i Oaynor Fusion and Nomination League, i Prank AfcOarry Aaaodallon. Munlclnal Party, Na'Uonai Wilaon Club. Peopte'e Club af Bronx Oavatty, Progrepglvea af tha Bronx, tha Tatar Ptltrallaa aad WALL STREET, j Market CI oil ng In the laat hatir tha market waa more quiet, with a number of atockt eel i ing fractionally above tha lower level of tha receaaton. Broker reported continued liquidation In atoeka and eaad a very thla market offered. Amalgamated Copper rallied one potnt while moot of the active atoeka recov ered from one-quarter to three-quarters of the tarty loeaea. The Anal price tb-ywad net deellnea from jreelerdaya final price from H to 1 M Whit the reaction waa eatanelTe tha rota, daallnga war not on a large acale. The market closed atoady, eloaa to tha beat price of the partial roror . At the opening, with the exception of e eel common. elnieVtere and one or two other laeuea, tha market opened at fur ther fractional loaaea from Tueaday'a final pricea. The Initial decline extend ed to a full point In Amalgamated Cop per, Northern Pacific J-4. and Onion Pa cific T-g, while there were deellnea of 1-4 to 1-4 in Beadtrag, Bout hem Pad ffe, Ajtrhlaon and other ieouee. There waa a a teed y aalllng enovement from tha open ing, with a dtapoeftlon to say mora at tention than heretofore to the otrength In cot von, wheat and com. The loweat ptioea wart established shortly after 11 o'clock, with not de cllnaa of 1 In Union Pacific, Read ing lit. New Haven I and Copper B with eemeaeolona of loaa Importance in the other laeuea. Shortly after 11 the reactionary move ment took ott mora momentum and ad ditional deellnea were ouatalaad. Lower pitoaa had been euatatned at midday, extreme loeaaa akterrdtng to nearly I point In Beading aa compared with Tueaday'a final; Union Pacific loat aa murti and decHnee of S to 1H war auatalnad throughout the Hat. In tha early afternoon ptioaa hard ened around the lower level eatabllahed. but did not acam to poaaeaa the vigor to rally beyond fractional Mmlti. FINANCIAL ITEMS. Owing to lack of a quorum th regular meeting of the Interboro Rapid Trarult Company waa put off until next Wedneaday; at which time action will be taken on the dividend. The Interboro Kaptd Traneii C om pany reporta for July net coriwrate In come of IZtt.TM. an litereoae of l:.4:t. The American Can Company haa de clared a regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent, on Ite preferred atock. pay able OcL 1 to holder of record Sept. i. Kanaaa, Oklahoma. Southern .Nebraska. Missouri and Southern Illinois have Buf fered a loes or practically all their iur Plui com crop, while other Statee ahow conalderable deterioration. The Cali fornia Petroleum Company haa passed the) dividend on ita common atock, but haa declared the regular 1 1-4 per cent, on the preferred. The laat dividend of l 1-4 per cent, oa the common waa pkM July 1. Tha dividend on IHaprWerred win be payable OcL 1 to atock of rteora Sept. IS. i The Cloelas Baotatloao. The followlag re the hiabeit, leeaat aad list pricea of eioeaa for today and tka aet IMS a eoamres atta iwieraa'a eieeta prka: Bun. ASMl 'oner Ala. IWef Ailiir. .. Aia. ( jr a rVin. . Am. ( en Am. Ceo 4 A iB. Causa UU Am. LoeumoUte. . . Am. ia. a Bef.. ajo. T. T. Co . Aueeonda atiatng. . . At t 1. r. .. Belt, a taxis nrout. Uai. Trajaut Oil, Peimleuai. . . . Cant. Laatlwr t'aiuatlao laa CS, 1 "bin cii., vi. a 8t. i.. Col. fuel Iran.. I'onael. tlaa com fed. Co Mi r.ni SB let af (it. Nor pi later. Met Inter. Met. pf. .. laiiiek Vailrv Ixiofi. h S.di.. Ki, Tel. i-iane ilk a T. CMjnI. SiMTtlem Pacific .. 111$ peanwlTiaia. .... fill! Headlof Wi i eel : Ke'.".'.-. outk. Ballwa M 0. I. pteel pr tfi Dtaa ovi" ChtoatTa Wheat Market Tuaatty infa !?! so W)V4 '? 55 un NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. haask Blafsa. BOW. tlBXBBB. U.IT It.gO 3c l.i.M 12.M i.m lata it. ft ff 12 W) -J5 el Mar. 114 18 II M UiiiT lt.ha iron itM May 1st na Bualneaa at tha opening of tha not ton market very active and flrat price ware T to II potnt higher than yester day's final. Heavy unloading occurred In the later montha on tha oall, due to ahowora la Taxaa. October aad Decern- nfc'e - ja - k h n ii ftti en til i iv MS H Si '"3 5 r s5 B i HI l. B', ilia .'us IH X3IH t -!' B(t V tUS IMS Ml llIS 1VAW 1116 4j lC sii noli .11 lit iiuh ih iff fa B H,l i? !p aEj M A A evVt Wit Mj llOli 111 1 ul m li t p i fr;i i h mil I III t? So B fw.' i s.T -ll.so ba. ei .OH V.h I Gooda CarwAalty Ptvt- Goods Carwitittr PMla Ezprsss to mmuM . Juggoiftan for BWitaaalnr frlaad ef eyerr. ena wb.giva kJa ITfll. V'' tr7-'eVlT JffHtfjl'" l " .V.1I anf MifaTisi Bflan SSi2- ifc ttttsaE her both crooned tha It oont level Bel fall below It later bmaaei of et tonal ve profit taking. Local bulla claimed that the Taxaa shower had eoma too late to ba of any benefit to tha crop, and that tha attitude of apinnare wag new of more importance than any weather alt uatlon. After tha call the net reacted about 14 pointa from the top. Naw Torb spot eotton wag) firm t pointa higher at tf.ig cent. Na aeloe. MULHALL THREATENS TO PULL KIRBY'S NOSE "He's Making Faces and Sticking Out His Tongue tt Me," Lobby ist Telb House Committee. WABHINUTON. Sept. t,-A note pu i lng content between John Klrby jr , former Preeldent of the National aVjpo clatlnn of Manufacturer, and Martin HI Mulhall, one time lobbyist, waa threai ened to-day before the Houae Latatry Committee but prevented by Chairman Oarrett "I protaat agalnet that man elttlmt over there and making facee at bm," i oared Mulhall. Interrupting hla taotl mony and aoinUng at Klrby. "I oaaaot taatlfy while he iu over there gad atlcka out hla tongue at mo. Ha did h anme thing wnen I appeared before th Senate Committee." "Tou will have to r rtrala youraatf, admoniehed Ohalraaan Oarrett. "I can t do It while he make fade at me." ahouted Mulhall. "If he la a gentleman and will meet me outalde. aquarety, I'll pull hla noee." Chairman Oarrett ordered Klrby to chsnge hla ae.it out of tne range of Mulhafl'a vision and quiet was restored with an Tie difficulty. Mulhall detailed at lengtii hie actlvltlea In Maine in IMS In an effort to re-elect Repreaentatlve Charles E. LIttlefleld. ROW AMONG GAYNOR'S STATEN ISLAND ROOTERS KEEPS THEM AT HOME. Mounted Police Wait at South Frry for Delegations That Didn't Arrive. The inanaicera of the Oaynor aattl- catlon ceremonies on the atepa at the City Hall to-day are anxloua ta loam why tha Oaynor enthualaata from Htaten Island did not show up la any manner whataoever whn they had Oien axpeotod la force and brimming aver with enthualaam. In tha throng la Cm Hall Piaxa. dtaten Ialand waa ao represented A guard of thirteen mounted polio ton appeared at Mouth Ferry eoon after 10 o'clock and drew up In rent formation aa if waiting for something. Pretty aon, along happened Capt. rtomlnsoti Rildy. who wai alio detected in an attitude of waiting. Riley and the mounted ropa walsstl and waited. Bvery time a boat eaaue in from Staten Ialand they perked ap only to kiii. Hide again when ao blaring bende, followed by ohoorlng patriate, emerged. In tiie meantime the cara mon lea at the City Hall Park atartad and flntahed. At about 2 o'clock word reached the waiting dpi that the Statin Ialand delegation rot Into a row Juat at It waa about to take the boat for New Tar. The row continued ao long that It waa found Invpnaalble to get over to the City Hall by l o'clock. Juat what tha raw waa about waa nut atated. but the mount, d cope and Capt. Doinlntck Riley promptly dlaparacd at th new. BOOKIE'S CLERK DROPS DEAD. I Special to The Krealn WorM.) OTTAWA. Rapt, J. While returning from the recti yeaterday Julaa Lilian thai, a clerk for Henry Hanf, dropped dead yeaterlgy. Hla body will be chipped to New Vork thie afternoon. .Feather Hospital Dyeing. Clean! aa. rurllns and mak lag. ever Old Bwaet " faVfe r y prlree. EPaffl w mT Mlllln WW u at Mllllnara are aleo lavltaai IMPBMIAI. PMATHKB Ctk, aa wen Ave., ear, exes ate iiver Kegel anoe atore. DiEO. BASHBVtTZ FANNIE D. BAHHBVIT. ifter a Mnxerln illness at the Jiwliu Hoipltal, la her thirty alxth year. Funeral to be held gept. tth at lb 'A. M from 102 India alraet. Oreenpelnt lirooklyn. Congregation Ahawaih iarae. from Oraeapoiat. aleo Hebrew I.adlea' Aid Society of Oreenpolat. ar Invliad i , attend. Interment at Mount Zlnn Oagi, atary. WUXIMO On ept t. Ilg, J k HARTON Wll.LINO. MB of ke lata Bdward aklpBn Willing. Funeral aervlce will ba held ai ilia family burial vault. Central Laurel Hi Philadelphia, at II' olaek Thurad . mornlag. I w 1 iTMfia BxTaa k SWpP PreeJ Post AO Parts of the World igatafaf for f kurdm? cO' A BAMF.D PBAhl T ":":a.:" '"" or. rocvn ncix ISsa; 30c MM BROADWAY Caeaw Fuhaa Street r NABSAJU 1 I