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WtlUJUMMIWi,'JB!J,HiP'J,i f JBJV . ,i , l n , . ! k . i i , n n in i , SOX DEFEAT REDS IN THIRD GAME 3 TO 0 To-night's wenthor Cloudy and warmer. To-morrow' weather Cloudy and warmer. :":'V-::I 'Ji-HA CT? ei TOT ur ux aw u y-m III AW ttJ EDITION m 'hcalation Books Open to A1VJ I "Circulation Books Open to A1U" price two cents. ftwrt!;V',:tT.t!),l,ta,,, 28 PAGES" NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919. S PRICE TWO CENTS. wbt j r WILSON DOCTORS REPORT NO CHANGE 22,000 CHILDREN GREET KING AND QUEEN HYLAN GIVES CITY'S FREEDOM TO BELGIAN KING AND OUEN AT RECEPTION IN CITY HALL Royal Visitors Review 22,000 School Children in Central Park. RULER PLANTS A TREE. Guests Showered With Con fetti on Way From Battery To Welcome by Mayor. Twenty thousand school children of all dosses of tho public schools from the, fourth grade up. augmented by 5,000 from the DeWltt Clinton High and, Ulgb School of Commerce, greeted tho King and Queen of Hcl glum In tho Central Park Sheep Meadow this nftcmoon, after tho royal visitors had been made honor ary cltlrens of Now York City by Mayor Hylan. It was. ft greeting which wen to the hearts of tho royal party and tho King passed among tho children in the order of a military revlow. After hla reception ho planted u trco to comtnemorato his visit here. Tho children wero marshaled by Superintendent of Schools Kttlngcr and his assistants. Thoy nroso as ono as 'the royal party entered tho stand ond cheered. The tlvo bands ployed Tho Btar-Spanglcd Banner" and tho national anthom wan sung by tho chil dren and tho chorus swelled by tho crowds about them. Tho King and Queen appoared profoundly moved. PARTY FORMALLY WELCOMED BY MAYOR HYLAN. Landing at tho Uattcry shortly bo foro noon tho King and Queen and tho Crown Prince, under an escort of Infantrymen', coast artillerymen, Bailors, marines and mounted police, rodo up Hroadway through solid banks of cheering Americans to the City Hall whero thoy woro formally greoted and presented with tho free dom of the city by Mayor Hylan. Tho greeting of tho crowds lacked the wild spontaneity of tho greeting to Gen. Pershing, but no other no tables than Gen. Pershing who have rislted tho United H tales during and following tho war received a morn cordial welcome. King Albnrt and Qiioon Elizabeth, on tholr return to the Waldorf this afternoon, expressed themselves as overwhelmed by tho slzo of tho crowds, tho color of tho ever-changing scones and tho evi dences of tho vastness and movement of tho city. This afternoon the King and Queen are the guests of thn school children of Now York, who ar to greet them In the sheep meadow In Central Park. To-night tho royal party will attend the Hippodrome performance. To morrow will bo another crowded day. Tho spectacular features of tho re ception wero enhanced by the bril liant sunshine and pleasant warmth. The route of march up Hroadway was solidly lined by policemen who kept tho crowds In orderly array on the curb lines. Thousands of clerks ond stenographers In tho skyscrapors showered the Belgian visitors and their escort with confottl, torn white paper and strips of ticker tape which, from a distance, mude lower Broad way resemble a mountain canyon In a snowstorm. To-d."ify'B ceremonies began at 10.15 (Continued on Second Page.) SOX THE WINNERS THIRD GAME: BEAT REDS 3 TO 0 Chicago Wins Its First Con test for Baseball Champion . ship Before Large Crowd. SCORE BY INNINGS. Cincinnati .00000000 o-0 Chicago ....US 010000 3 Hits, Cincinnati, 3: Chicago. 7. Errors, Cincinnati, 1; Chicago, 0. By Bqzeman Bulger. (Special Staff Correspondent of The Evenina World.) Comrtl' tl!. M Ttw I'm I'lih'.uitaw Co. (The New York Krrnlng Wnrlil.l CO.UJHKBV PARK, CHICAGO, Oct. 3. Tho Whlto Sox won tholr first gamo of tho series for tho "baseball championship of tho world this utter- noon when they defeated Pat Moran's Rods. Tho scoru was 3 In 0. Pick Kerr, who was considered n dark hornc in thn sorlos, was sent to tho mound for thu homo team and camo through with flying colors. Ho pitched excellent ball and liad little troublo disposing of thn Cincinnati batters. Hay Fisher opposed Kerr and at times tho Vermont schoolmaster did not seem ablo to control thu pill. A wild throw In tho m-rond Inning to catch n man off tho middle- bug helped the Kox send two markers v.cr how plute. Tho Hox, not tn bo outdone, also made ndmiblo killing In the first of tho fourth, Itlsberg to H, CoIIIdh. Chicago added onn morn run In tholr, half on nirfho.rg'H thrco-baggcr to right nnd Hchalk's Infield single. lurk Iempsoy tho hi-avywolght champion entered the press box as tho Itodfl went to bat In the fifth Inning and the crowd recognizing Wlllard's conqueror gave him a round of npplnuse. Tho White Sox scored two runs in tholr half of tho second Inning when Jackson opened that stanza with a hard hit slnglo over short. FcUch attempted a r-ncrlrlco and when l-'lsher threw wild to second In an effort to get Jackson tho Sox outcrgnnlencr went to third nnd Felsch pulled up at the middle sta tion. On Gondii's one-bagger to right both men scored. Fisher could not locato tho plate for ltlsbcrg and he strolled to Mm I. ScnalK forced Uun dil nt third, Fisher to Oroh, on an attempted sacrifice Tho play wos rloso. Kerr received a big hand as ho stepped to the batter's box He forced Hisberg at third. I-lchold went out on a grounder to Groh. Flshor was removed from tho ihox In tho eighth inning When Magce was sent In to bat for the pitcher Up to tho beginning or the ninth Kerr hail twirled mngnlflcent baI He allowed hut three hits nnd ono free walk I.unue occupied the mound for the Rede In the Inst Inning. The crowd was larger than the two provlou games as Comlskey Park holds more people. It was estimated 35,000 wltne(Vl the contest TAKU llhl.l.-A.N8 UEFUKi: MRAI.S D4 Box tat Uood DltiiUoa mak u ttl. XAlU F OUR ARE INDICTED FOR BARRING a) mmm a . F Agents, Superintendent and Lessor Face Trial in Con spiracy Charge. ALL ACCUSED GIVE UP. Released in $500 Bail Each When They are Arraigned In Court. Indictments charging conspiracy were returned by the Grand Jury to- day against tho four men acused by William Hclde, a candy manufacturer, of plotting to keep him out of an apartment on which lie was paying rent at No. S3S West End Avenue. Tho men Indicted are Frank nnd Kdward Zlttcl, father nnd son, ngents of the apartment house; Elson Frcese, the superintendent, and Philip Katz, a millionaire silk and cloak manu facturer. It is charged that tho apartment was rented to Kntz and that ho was given possession of It before Hcldo's lease had expired. Tho locks wore changed nnd Ileidc found hlmsolf barred out of his own house. Tho defendants were arraigned be fore Judge Itosalsky In tho Court of General Sessions and released In $300 ball each. Heldc's lea.ie expired Oct. 1. Sov- oral days earlier he returned from a tiip to tho country nnd wis puzzled to llnd that hla apartment key would not work. Tho Superintendent's only explanation wan "changed lock" and H Is charged that he refused to give up tho keys to the new look. Hcldo eventually took the caso to tho District Attorney's olllco where a Grand Jury Investigation was started. Tho agents have cited a clause In tho lease permitting them to enter tho npartmont "to niuko necessary ro- pa'rs, mid they say they entered for the purposo of redecorating, this being a "necessary repair." Hclde started one action for "un lawful entry," but It failed because of that clause In the leaso. Tho In dlctmcnts have nothing to do with tho "entry," it Is (Minted out, but only with the fact that u rent-paying tenant was excluded from his own premises. And no clause of the lease has been cited thus far to explain that. STOCK PRICES FALL. Hrnvy Snlr Forrr Hrnrtliin of Krom Two to Tni Point. Extensive selling, prompted by Wash ington despatches and tight money, caused extreme reactions of 2 to 10 points in to-dsy's feverish stock market. Sales approximated 1,300.000 shores. CLOSING TIME 7.30. M. Sharp on Saturdtiys for SUNDAY WORLD WANT ADS. Wont Advertisements for The Sunday World must be in The World's Main Office on or before 7.30 Saturday evening. Positively no Advertisements will be accepted after this time. Send your Sunday World Want htrtlMtncnt In to-day to muke urol iti publication. ' ROM APARTMENT IWmmr - :d Queen of Belgium and Companion After Reception at City Hall Ml Mil W-I-W-l-l-M-H--I-I-I-i-I"l-l"l-I-I-I-l"I-I-l-I"I- i -ratty 1 mnL.t: ' IW aMWalMIWaWMitiaMttiliMMaiaai linn WOTO CUM CUHTI3 QUEEN ELIZABETH. RAIL UNIONS THREATEN TO IGNORE WILSON MEETING Won't Attend Washington Confer ence Unless All Organization Meads Are Invited. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 Railroad unions rt'prusciitliig morn than 8,000. 000 woi-kura will not purttclpatn In tlio Industrial conference callrd hy Presi dent WlUon for next Monriuy unleiw II. basis of laburs fcprcjmntntloii U chsngvd to Include tho chief vxeeutlvi'S u( all International mid nittluiiiil unions, Timothy Shea of tho Drotherhood of Klremen said tho changu In representa tion had been suggested to Director General I lines, but that no reply had been received mid nonu was expected. Iiecuue of thli, h ald, the four broth erhoods did not expect to go into thu conferencu utid It was thought the four teen other railroad unions affiliated with tho American Federation of Labor also would hot participate. EMPLOYERS TO APPEAL COMPOSITORS' WALKOUT OVER LOCAL UNION'S HEAD Head of Big Six Tells Printers' League He Can't Make Men Return to Work. At the meeting of the Wngo Con ference Committees of the Printers' League and Typographical Union No. 6 this afternoon Col William areen. Chairman of the employers' commit tee, made a formal demand that Leon H. rtouse, President of "Hlg Six," or der back to work the compositors who have walked out In various shops from which the seceding press men have been locked out. House, replying, claimed that he was not responsible for the actions of the men and had no authority to order them back. The employers then decide, to maVo a direct appeal to Marsden G. Bcott. President of the International, who la due In Now York to-day, H-M-I-l-M-H-H-t-M-l-H-M- T SEE LLOYD GEORGE; Accompany Labor Delegation After .Being Barred From Other Conferences. LONDON, Oct. 3. At a full meeting of the Cabinet this after noon, proiided ovtr by Premier Lloyd Qeo'rgt, tie Premier's statement that no negotiation could be entered into with the NatlonsI Union of Railwayman before it had niven orders to the man to return to work waa unani mously agreed to. LONDON, Oct. 3. After the nrrlval of a special messenger from Downing Street at tho headquarter of tbi Na tional Union of rtallwnymen, the dep utation of trade unionists together with tho executive board of the Nu tionnl Union of Knllwnymcn went Into another conference with Prime minister Lloyd George this afternoon. It was tho second conference of the day and tho fourth thus far In an ef fort to end the railroad strike, Lloyd 04x,rge, It Is understood, gave "certain assurances" to the labor deputation which made it possible for the railway men to come to the con fctence. They have been barred hitherto becnuso of Lloyd Georgo'a Insistence that they return to work before their grievances were con sidcred. Aftor tho first conferenco to-day it was stated on behalf of tho labor leaders that "tho posiUon was much easier." Kopponslblllty for withholding the ... RAILWAY RIKERS SITUATION EASER - (Continued on Second Pose.) FOSTER RAGES AT NEWSPAPER! BEFORE SENAT Refuses Views on Organized Government While Corre spondents Are Present. TIGHE ASSAILS- GARY. Asserts Chairman Is "Sowing Seeds of Anarchy" by Re fusal to Arbitrate. . W MHr.NGTON. Oct. S. Charging that he had not been fairly treutcd by Che nowspapern, Wllllnm '.. Kostor, J Seorotary of tho tftool Htrlkers' Com- ' ml t tec, tol(l tho Hen;ite Committee In vestigating the strike to-day that he would answer u iiuostlun us to whether he was In favor of organized government If the coifesiHjndents were excluded fioin the toom. Tho committee took no notion cn' tho lequust and Henatur .McKcltur, Democrat, TcnneNHi'u, and (.'liuirmiin Kenyan pressed for an answer to the question, which had bei'ii put by tho former 1'ittrr said his vIiiwh had changed, but ho as unwilling lo say how far In the pi't'snu'C of the cor respondents. When Senator McKell:ir Hist asked his question KoHtor laiiglusl. Tho Senator then rend from u book, which Foster ngtei'd h' had written, declar ing social revolution necessary In tho lulled States to mccuuj workers' rights. "I'vo repudiated that pamphlet," said Foster, "but I don't want my vlowx bandied about by a lot of pre judiced lying liowspapers to tlio dam ugn of the strikers." Mlchnel F. Tlghe, President of thn Iron, Sleel and Tin Workers' Union, pieccdcd Foster on tho stund. Ho as nailed Judgo Gary's testimony. 'Infomatlun given to you by Judge Gary," Tlgho said, "was not first hand cvldenco gained from practical knowledge of tho Industry, but In Hleeul cnn.ilnted of .'ie statnuients made to him by his cmploycos, fore men and superintendents, It ytut far and away fro) being tho truth about tho industry." Tlghe repeated tho charge that tho Steel Corporation Hilly In Its history had appropriated SZO.OOO.OOO to tight unions, and gnvo names of his In formants. Tlio unions ho said had never sought tho "closed shop" but "union shops." "When Um management signs a contract as to scales and working con ditions, It Is a union shop," ho ex plained. Tlghe declared that In rnfuslhg to arbitrate thu strike, Judge Gary "is sowing the erls of anarchy." "I was very much put out yestrr day by Judge Gary's lefuHal to com-, promise or arhltrute this issue," he said. "Ho Is sowing the soods of anarchy; promoting tho Insidious doctrine that there Is no way out of Industrial dllllctittles except by the , destruction of ono side or tho other." Tlgho read an advertisement of 1909, emitted to the United Htatcs Steel Corporation, which said: "Men wanted Syrians, Poles nnd Humanlans preferred." "Tho gentleman'H (Judge Gary's) remarks about foreigners now," Tlghe remarked, "uro not well taken In view of that." On Oct. 1, Tlghe Bald, 363,000 men wore on strike, "How many of these strikers can (Continued on Second rose.) PRESIDENT'S Ml HIM, HIS PHYSICIANS SAY AFTER : TWO HOURS AT WHITE HOUSE Physical Condition Fairly Good and He Takes Some Nourishment-4 Experts Agree in Diagnosing the Case as One, of Nervous Exhaus--tion Daughters Hurry to Him. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. There was im Improvement in President Wilson's condition this morning. 'Hear Admiral Grayson, his physician, held another consultation with Rear Medical School and Dr. Sterling Rulfin, Mrs; Wilson's family physician, who pirticipated in yesterday's consultation with Dr. I;. X. Dcrcum of Philadelphia. Dr. Grayson remained all night at the. While Hons. Tiu physicians were in consultation for about two hours and this delayed the issuing of a bulletin about the Prrcidnit's condition. When the bulletin was issued at lU5 o'clock it said: "The President's vendi tion is unchanged." . ' KING DENIED PERMISSION TO SEE THE PRESIDENT; "TOO ILL," SAYS DOCTOR Albert Rager to VWI WiRm in Sick Room, but Request Is Refused. ANNOI1NCMM HNT was made nt thn Wnldorf to-day that King Albert of Hrl glum, desirous of visiting Presi dent Wilson In Wuhlnglon, .wired lust night tn Hear Admiral Grnysnn, through Stain Depart ment channels, asking If he rould call on the President In an un official capacity, A replv was received this morning In " 'i Hear Admiral Grayson elates that the President's health would not permit him to receive even an unofficial visit at this time. The King Is a great ndmlrrr of President Wilson and Is seriously concerned about the Prnsldimt's condition. Ho planned to fllt Washington Incognito. U. S. DEAD TO BE RETURNED EXCEPT FROM FRANCE Hakcr Orders Rarly Removal From HnglanJ, Germany and Olhcr Countries. WASIIl.NOTON. Oct. J,- Undies of all merlcnn anldlsrs Interred In flermany, Helium. Italy. Great Urltnln, I. mem bur g- and Northern ltula will bn re turned to' the United Hloleji as soon aa neccnaary transportation ran b ar ranged. Secretary Ilaker announced he hud Imueil Instriirtlons for the pnrehnsn, atoruge and trattlc division of thn timer 4l .Staff to tako charga of the matter, and to hiuten it a. much ax poaalblo. tub wontJi thavki, ntrrtKACk AimW. fvlltMt (World) nulMlat ia n vuk ru, n t ntr, Tinlr llMkmtn 4000. CWk nrmr foe bur4 n4 p4rrW tn inj u4 alfttt. Uost mitn uj tntWIan' cImOi aw 1 View the City from I NV'tl.K ItllHTAIJIIANTrVj ' Sperlil tor To-lur. Krlilr, IWmI.i' ifipn rilnt lllet of iul wll h iiri.r ,M I Mmtll inin KrrDih lint rwlwi.S Anf. .15 TlMl d'llole dlnnfl.,., ,U Admiral I:. R. Slitt of the Navril1 bulipleineiilinu the official hul-' latin, t'r. rSrayunn told nawnpapar; rorrnDoni(ent that tha , Preal- rient'a mind w4a ktan nd atrt and hia phVaicnt condition palely' good. He aJao la taking aoma; nournhment. Iff I )r Grayson milnnitrd that the I'ri'sldi'iii Is itiallstel physically and ini-ntnlly and that only complete lest mn rnnlnrn til m In kin id heult. I'Jioh iif tho douhirx uilled lulo run riilluitlnn lui.t agreed with hint ia dlagiiiiMlug thn nasu ns onn of nr.viiii nihaUHllun and hnv Ilkewbie ngrreif on tlio treatment, it was stjilorl. Dr. (Irsvenn snld tho i-.il line In It speclailsln win. to give him llio aid' nnd ansiirnnru to which he Ih-IIovW tho President and thn eniintry vrn eri tilled. He will Uec u tourli with Omni nnd limy w rail nt tlio White House wllh him lwlr ilally. ( Dr. (lniymn i.'onrerred wlili Jjr. Dnrcum over tho telephone Oils mottl ing y Dr. Grayson InaUta that a com. 1' pletn hraab hat not coma, hiitf ays he feel, ha ia "skating on linn lea and wanta to take all preeautiona poatibla In view of thn Praaldent'a aoa and the heavy" atrain ha has undergone in recent month. . Hr. Grayson set ui rest rumnin that thorn might bo an operalJnn. Sucji n stop Is not cnntemplatnd. hn sld. No X-ray has been used as reported". Thn President slept a little Uat night. Wllh him Is u trained nunw, whn la njk-il.Htlng Mrn. Wllsnn In caring for the patient. Tho Presi dent has no tomperaturo and hla heart action Is good, it wtu satd a,V thn Whltn House. ? Mrs. William Clbbs McAdoo anil Mrn. Francis Bayrn. daughters of the President, aro on their way to Wash Ingtnn. Mrs. McAdoo arrives this afternoon from New York. Mrs. Hayro Is coming from Cambridge. Macs, It was said that while mnm. hers pf the family had not been styml mnnrd to Washington, Mrs. McAdop and Mrs. 8ayro had exprened a dr sire to come. Miss Margaret Wilson, the third daughter, la now In Wash, liiglon. Prof, Sayrc. now a member of the faculty at Harvard, la also on his way here. Former SocroUry Mc Adoo urrlvod last nlgbt. Kocretary Tumulty said to-day Ojat nothing, nn matter bo Important it may bo considered, will bo brought to the attention of tjo Presides V''' 1i Ha A V v '. icoicroay uo wu iota oi LB ymm oa; 1 f " ;i r .1 Jlaa.W' '' ..MaiWl.