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o**^J*^-^?^ - i"^^p^F^^B^B^^^Bßßaßß^^aßßaSfcl^BftHß»nrWßß^^^'^*^aßaw^a\aw^ w NOW | ONE CENT In ' if < of New York, Jrr**s Otj and MniMikea. you 1 VIV \o. •">•» fu\- ~~ ~ "" — ~ — — — — — ~ . — — '. i ->, jug. 1 """ r "" ■■•■"•" ■"" ntmmr^ m:w-yohk, nvi:dxi:sdav. November in. iood.-fouhteex PAGES. price one ( 'LN T ln "" mWwhVkv nC.» !» ; n ;'^ A.\Tl-M'LTSO.\JTE.s ASK ACCOUNTIN aj IF TAKE i iii: i ase /" (oiitr The h ,' irxt Church Trustee* I , I. ,itr r Rlamc s ' Vr. Mere than two hundred self. styled ••■nti-Stotsonlteß" held S meeting last r.lph» at the Hotel imperial, at which they Mgned a petition, or request. call- Ing upon tho board of trustees of the Firft Church of, Chris. Scientist, to m«ko an accounting of .ii' moneys r»ald out and to pi~»d'jee a u •)••• apaaata .md vouchers, as vr'l an tlie list «f church Tnoml>ers. r hich ha« recently been ..-Ve 1 up Tho mooting also unanimously pro tected against the management of th* church under the board, which they con *idrr is dominated by Mrr Stetson, Tbo meeting was railed by < "operand c. Tot« nsend. manager of the hotel, wlio is • «"hri*tian Scientist. In tho event of U*i> board refusing to romp!) with the demands BBBaV •" it in this i^titlon. the 'antls'* t'irenten to take lepal action against it, «nd have r'a'^d the oa»e in the hands of the firm nf Hoadley. Lau'erbach A- Johnson, of No .-' William street, 11 ho may 'carry the fght !• the Supreme I'oijrt. The anti-Stotsonites announced at the n*«-!inp that tho petition would bo pre konted to tho board of trustees this rr»"rnin£. In tho rr:ir^ o of Ihe discussion it de veloped that the opponents of Mrs Stet *'»n hud reeorttl\ sent a petition to the trustees a«king them to replgn. This l^tition T\as l«ld on tho table. n~ an insult t«» fho rn'ire ««>ngroKati<«n of tho rJjureh.7 It was also said that after Mrs Stet*-<n ln<i boon admonished by ilio directors of tlie Mother Churrli she* *ent in her resignation as a trustee to the loc^l board Although this roisiCTin tion was not tr'-'-piH. it Is said Mrs. Stetson wrote to Mrs. Mary Biker F.ddy. lrr,der .if the church. F^>ing slk- had re sicned. TftUBTEEf* 1 Vl»:w «<K QUAIIRIvL For the first time *:nca the bectiming of the present Iron til .-» between Mrs*. A'JRUfta V.. Stetson and the Christian Sejmee authorities in Boston tho local rhureh trustees, through William 11. Taylor. on»- of their number, iuad % pub lic ycat**ruay a matement presenting their sido «.f tho controversy. Last Thursday, at an open mooting of tho .oncregation of the First Church of • 'litiM, PrirntUt. ;<t which a report from the l>oard <«f tru«i -es was received. Mr«. Stetson, who baa lweu admoni.*hed .;nil Mj«pe«id«-d for Ihrre \«.irs by tnVciirist lan Si-i«-nee 1.... ml <"■!" «liref torn, ilio liish .st trihvnsl nf (he . ult . .' ,i^ publicly exonerated, and a portion of the report. » # liieh' censured Virgil n SJriekler, the OrM render, was withdrawn by the trus t..-s for f-irth-r COmHdecatfcNU It ap l-*r«-.i yostorday that the withdrawal vug tnade with the belW that tho ceti sv.rr of Mr. StriekW wan r,"t strong fl " ri uph, and at th«» «-oiniii? meeting «..f Cho »*ongrc potion, w hi.-li is to be he'd !.< «t Monday afternoon, it is expo^tei that (!»flnlto ••h.irtrrs nlil |v mad^ ."CSiinpi Mr. Rtrlcklcr, lo..kine ton ar ,j his removal fr>tm th»» offlrr r first liar Tiij? Brtlon, it is 'hoiipht. eombiMd >< iih th*- re<- »nt divisi-in «.f th«» runcrr ».ation ov*T llm rid ' »t;d n i-oiir «.f th* Kt«taoa c«^*». (imtif.t fail to irldeii dan c< rr>'j?:|j- tlip brca.-l> |rf»twrrn tlie two fa«-- T.<"'tis in thr* rfujprh. AOCUFKB RTRICKLER. [a In? M>itrmcnt yrstr-rday Mr. Taylor. tiiu>;i»iß "f tJi;* trustee. w»s loud in M« <J<'nun.latl<in, n .it only of Mr. Stri<-lt- J'rs MtloM in tho stetson affair Imt *:»"• of the action «r th«* i«>«rd of dtrw lora in BoatOQ. Stri<-klor"s j.urpoitc. Mr. Tajlor faitl. was thr rltniinßtion <•■ Mrs. Bistaon. » >.. m «ho roUoninc cxtrarl rran Mr Tajior'a Kate wail it mppenn that th<> tr>jjt«>»s had lifvu k«rp!ng « !<>s«- ta)>s on th«~jr first trader: * ««ti j.iiy c«. ij>rtr», BtrirkW Irlrtihon^d •" Boi*on f'-r John \\ Dtttctnorr. peet«. t>»rv of Hj.» diro«-tors «if tlio Mother Liurrn, to ooom to Xew Fork, .»n<i :it Hir Hotfi Brlmooi tli'y tiilk-Nj ovrr tht kitualion for fl\«- liourj. This arrion by the firi-t r«ii»Jrr. TIM Iruitjca d'-f laro. wus th«» start of tli«» troy Mo. «nd It «a« MRaitist a bylaw of <:•• Ctmcrfa. irhtrt] nj*»«-iflcd that a fir«t t»««i»r Kh'.xjld never niakr any complaint ••* ariy iu»>iiib^r of his «li»rrli t<i th» \tiru, r fmorltus, Ml Kdd>. «>r to thr Moth*r 4'hurrh. l>nt that th^ trial of any I'rsf-n arafnst »horn a «-onip!aint irai ♦ nfrtain^d rhonld be by th* trustroa of t^* 1 branch rhurHi to v liirli the ©n«» CCmpUfafd »Kain»t l«lougjrd. • CHARGES OF BTCDENTR. Aboul this wnw" tim««. liowryrr. Mr. TfcyJor admitted. Mrs. Btetaon araa \«-lnt; •"•Hi 1 ' bofoi«. ti)«« |>osr(] of dir*»ftoj-» lri n"?fon on I T£f* fll»d acafnst h<r by KtXSon "dippruntlr-d and disloyal" stu «J»n?». fliar!»» j. Mr..!,i-i ; ,t,.i G+orf William i <jup, Christian KHeneo practitioners not no "' owmwcted with any local church, j k1"k 1 " ►'111 member* of t" "Mo||,er «*!iur<h i 1" Boston, vi ) o live lit No. loj West 7*th I •'reet. ; », t hin Hty. .1.- !:,m<l on Monday ' 'hat th«»y ••••re 'he former students of : Mr* Stetson who had filed the charge* ; originally, nut Mr. Ta\lor. fr.r thi Ir-js- i *•**•-. lay* Urn OOISI «>f the Initiative of ' th* *hoj* affair iijwii Mr. Strickler** i •boulder* Answ-rinr Mr. Stnoklern assertion of ; » fr« day* jfßo. ttmt he iFtri.-klfr) had j r'^adiv] viil, the directors t,, ptoji the j fi '«» »r»v^tleatir>n of Mr*. Stetson bark ' <fl July, Mr. Taylor jjoterday explained ! th »t more in thin manner: f >r. foljr jir, 19 ns. Frrf*-k!*r was called j y> 'he phone at l-it .'Km- and was asked I *• meet Arrfcibald MarLelUn. rh^irm*n I y f he b«->«r<j of d tractors, and Seeretarv I "***> V Dttt^moro at th<« Hotel UHmont. j *"* mot them there at 1" cVJrtrfc at i T| *M. «!).] ,| (P y talked over tV m;iit.r j *"'!! i a'docfc t!». mxt morning- Ktrfrfc* i l 'f 8f thnf in^Ursp 4 u«l'a\or« d to j>«t- j *''ii 4' t||. r>i »,ot t<» i«k»- t— -tlnsony fiotn j **"■ l>r;n tj«f.pf>rs in t hi> church. '"ril"*. inj? tins inquiry. Mr*. Ktei«»,,n . •*<*ived if if pram from the directors j __.£■; _.. j li-f'ijfj on .-.oiid pa*a» THROWN FROM AUTO. Tzco Mar/ Die—" Joy Ride" in Rodman Wanamaker's Car. Two persons were probably fatally In jured and four others seriously hurt Bhattly before midnight last night when » big touring tar owned by Rodman Wanamaker. of Philadelphia, crashed into a boulder at Hoffman Boulevard and CaMaaH avenue. Klmhurst. There were nine persons in the car, the guests of Frank Gorey. of No. 237 Man 4"th street, the chauffeur. Gorey Pad an unidentified woman were no badly injured that it is said they will die. Tho chauffeur was taken to the Flushing Hospital and the woman to St. Mary's Hospital. Jamaica. The Injured are Annie Culkins. of So. ■TJiJ Wept 4^th street; Mary linn, of No. .".2° West 3tth street Frank Fox. of No. 310 Fast 47th street; Harry How ard, of Ma :M2 Baal 10th street; Will lam Van ctt, of No. 112 Norman *\e. nue. Brooklyn, and Harry Pteffens. of No. t>'.* Broadway. Brooklyn. Van Cott and Stiffens were able to give the police a faliiy accurate account of the accident. They said the car was speeding alone the Boulevard, when they came la CauMwell j<\enue. where there is a sharp angle. . ; re- . being unfa miliar with ''i- road, crashed Into the bowlder which stands at the junction. The rjtr was wrecked and all the oc- CUpanta w»re thrown 01. Both men paid that they did not know wlio the woman was who was taken to M Mary's Hospital. • MAN OF ar, MISSING. Manufacturer Steps Out of Hotel and Vanishes. E'lw in Hills, sixty-five years old. of Ptalnsvitiej «'onn.. a hardware manu facturer. \v*s reported missing to the police at headquarters shortly after 2 O'clock this morning. Hills was staying at tho Hotel Impe rial with his if.- and brother-in-law. John 11. IVflsh, of DouclHstown, l»ng Island. At I o'clock yesterday afternoon lie left tho hotel to keep a business op polnttnent, to return at '■ He did no. return, according to the brother-in-law. «nd inquiry at the office to which he « ia sii|.j»o«.,-s1 to go disclosed that he had not reached there. His brother-in-law declared that Mr. HWa was a man af exemplary habits. He is described aji 5 feet s inches tall »nd weighing ah**al I.' 1 pounds, with gmy h;«ir nnd muMache. He had » gold watch and < hsin. a diamond scarfpin and h diamond ring and between $2<W «nd $"'•<• on his person when lie left the hotel. \ | .in, h.i« asea aeaJ aal qaartera. QUAKER RIVAL OPERA. Both (o m pa nics Produce Aida" to Large Houses. Philadelphia, Nov. o.— Th* operatic war between the Metropolitan and Manhat tan* open companies began In this city to-niglit. when per form an cos Of "Alda"' wore giv^n at the Academy of Music by th«- former ..r,!.. ;r<) at the Phi 1 a dHphia "pir.i II ■'!>■ by lIM Hammer- Stem for<*^ ' . B<>th house.: WW3 crowded. ' In Ike \l- tr<»i»olitan production CartJßO rna<l' > Ins nfappeairanc« in \Picri.-a. fol lowing hi< i'lno^s of MMI season. }\P was H^ist.-'d by Mm**. <;ad«ki and Homer and Ifcma, HlncW^y and A "la to 'rjr '. mut-'- of the HatnnirrM«»in •AidM" •'a* tlw Ural American appear anic of Mill Mazarln. herald .1 as one of the great* -t of Fri'iii ti sopranos. Also In the cast irere Mil. fAtvaraa and jli-sms. Z«rola. I'ol.^sn and Scott. HOLD i. ."" OX USER. Boston Health Board Fears S m all po, v Epidemic. (Tiv T«tcgra7*i t* Tbi Tribun*. 1 Boston. Nov. •.i armg a a<-!i- ril rpi ( !rnil'- of »<niall|v>x. thr Boston Board of Health i" -la v ordered t'.if I. _''«' atari - j»:iss> nprn on the White Star liii'r <an ..|.i-. among whom th«* disease had broken out. indoflnitoly detained uti board. Tho enforcement .if the .iri!' r .-i tlio lime the gtetngt pa^sfners m ?re ai^itit to lan<l was followed l>y MM 4 wildest dlaorder, • .ii.< • and children crying and shriofcinc. M'hlle a number ..f Urn turn liurl^d rrrrythlng they eaaM lay their hands •■!) at th»» crow and <.ffl crrn. I>r. Baaaaol Pnrcin. of tlir Board of Health, pays lie may be obllc^d to .]». tuin thejii fourtwn days. "NOT A CENT • HARBURGER. Coroner Tiles Statement as to His Cam paign Expenses. Tli* ntuteneaa ■ ltd forrslp.it of «'oron»r .''ji'iiii Hnrlnrper ha«» boon .train demon. ►'r»toil. Tho latest proof of this, d'lty morn t<\ was rllod ,1 |lM '••". <~l<rk n ofli<-o yeaterday hi the form of th» Cor oturs »-orlifirato of liia oir—nK** i" 11. cnmp»icn for ro-o!e<:t«on. Mr. llarkwraar'a «orli:irato r«~:«<1«: irihiit'-l or ' M>*n»lM nn» I >r. <;<-<»rc^ V- Rhradjr. »\n * e^ndl<l»t» for reflection «s <"oroner. was n«~>t a* f«ated no rbeaplT. His certificate ■>■■•■ Utal l»> n*-nt KJOStC Of this :i mount at ►'lit $l..Vrt •<> .»..-fi.h P. Pay. treasurer of th«> Timmany eampaic* CWnmlttea, and J,/rt to tlio «atrp.«iKn fund of th«» K.fh A»- MinWy IMstrlct. The rest •wont '■■'. print las ••< nirfillns. CAN'T FIND TPF VICTIM Bat Queens Police Ar« Sure There Was a Harder. Tho pnhoo "f <j • "->■ poroiißh «■-* a purdeir hw itery to »ol\o. but n<> body, to «f?l« thoni in loarning ih^ Identity of Hm man «h'J orldoptly wh murd-rod ■ran* fco ulept. A bundl" «f elothet and bo«i Item, waa ♦ound noat < •l^•ry Oaawaarj yo»tor4ay. From th»- f*'" l thill th« !in#'i and rlothlnij ,, fr , bl'ody. «nd t'io lattor ahowed • tho mirk* of kn!fo itiruM^. tho potira on . ln^od th:!t a Bitirder liad le-^n committed ■rhlta «'••* virtita lay a?loo r . but T».o porfceti ted all l>o~n omptlod. Tho man niio found tho package •-«"• bt *»w a MinlUr one th* day »- for, vhlctl mi-ht have .-ontatnod a b«>dy. b'tt that ho raid n« attciioa lo M at the Urns. TOTREATCHILDREN NATIONAL TUBEMCU- Los is INSTITUTION. Prevent' Organized by Philanthropists for Tene me Waif*. A great stop forward in the national flltht against tuboreulo«ls was tak«*n yoßtorday. when a unique institution, a Tuhorriiiosjs Provrntorium for Children. as formally orpanlz^d at a mating held at th* homo of Henry Phipps. Fifth avnij^ and STth street. Its aavaaaa is to reacua from the t»n<»m«»nt(« ehUdron aha havo boon ipf<»'-t*'d ■with tho disease and restore them to normal health while there is yet time. Although there are in numerable institutions throughout th* • oiintry coring for th^ \ietims of the. groat, white pbitrije. there is none that in founded to save the child in the first stages, while the oai«p in not yet incur able. Althouch this departure in the fl^ht against the discs ms had Ha ineep. tion |aal May. and th« Preventorlum art'iallv bogan its existonee on July 2. when tlie first patirnt was treated, the puhlir know- nothing whatever of the plan. Public announcement was made of the new institution yesterday after noon by Marcus M. Marks, the president, who also said that tho innovation was a pueeess In every way. NATHAN STRAUS CONTRIBUTOR. Among the largest contributors to the project and the man who mad* the work possible is Nathan Straus. already famed for his efforts in behalf of children. He has given the Cleveland cottage, at I^kewood. N. J.. and a majority of stock in the Lakewood Hotel property to the institution. Another contributor la Miss Dorothy Whitney, who has contributed $100,000. The plan include* systematic improve, joent of their home condition! while the children are 1n the Preventorlum and careful 'follow up" work. In co-opera tion with the taberrulosla clinics, so that the benefits of the Pr*>ventorium may b«» permanent, it is expected la this way to save many children from the life r,f s-iffrrinc thai is the Jot of the tuber culous patient and to re:uce the de mands upon the —nltmla that are the only hor»«. ..f advanced cases. NO EXPENSE TO PARENT?. In ■ ri!«»r that this work m;iy bo readily filtrarloaa in stemming the plague by reaching i' 1 * poorest children, it is planned to maintain the Preventorltlin without charge to parents for board or railroad fare. To care for four hundred children will cost about $IfiO,fV>O a year. The trustees, thorofore, seek an endow ment of f1.000.00p, which would earn 1 4«» ii r rent of the running expenses and assure the permanence of th" work. A gift of f-'j.T*** will permanently rn d«w a bed; £."> »/_* x> will endow an open air ean'p of twenty-four '•''ds. with nurse's room, shower and bath. For the ,<t',i»,OiK» additional needed nfter the endow ment of .< l .«»»».« n*m » in obtained the Pre\ entoriijiti will depend upon mem l>er«»hip fees. In sums ranging from $1 to S| mdi. raocka for which may be sent la Alexander 8. Webb, jr.. treiisurer, care of the Lincoln Trust Company, Madison Square, or to the president, Marcus M. Marks, No. aSI Broadway. BOARD OF TRUSTEES! The management of the institution is In the hand* of the following board of trustees: Marcus M. Mark*-, president; Mrs .1. Parana Hariimatr, first vice-president ; Henry Phlppa. second vice-president; laaac N. BaHsaaaai second ■x ice.presi dent; Miss Dorothy Whitney, secretary; Alexander S. Webb. jr.. treasurer; Archi bald S. Alexander. Dr. Hermann M. Biggs. Mrs. Grorer Cleveland. 1! Fulton Cut ting. I>r. Alfred P. Hess, John 8. Kuyler, Mfss Mary Ilarriman. Dr. Abraham Jacob!, Mrs. W. R. James. Arthur C. James. W. •'.. UcAdoo, Dr. James Alex ander Miller, Kugene Meyer. Jr.. Thomas M Mnlry. Olestino Plva, Jacob A. Riis. M. Theodor Rosenberg. Jacob 11. s»hiff, James Spej •"•!•. Henry T. Stoddard. Law r. ii. ■ V«*n*r, Mrs Mary Hatch Vftllard and Felix M Warburg. MARKETING BY TELEPHONE. To Be Barred by Illinois Women's Clubs— Urge Other Reforms. • 'hioago. Nov. ?. — To impress on women that itwqrjajaat not. In the interest of hy giene and fionomy, use ih« telephone m ordering prnvtaiona for tho home, but must go to the -■'••;<- aiM awlael foodstuffs »••" v*. i«= p^rt of n prrMjiaaißaa out lined for clubwomen at tlie convontion of the Illinois Faaaratiaa of Women's Clubs, which began to-day. Mr- FrancJa D. Eyereft, proriiient of the federation. in aa '-"it line of the work l« be ai'complishod ahM urge-l women's clubs to support .i movement for uniform •tat a '.'ire food legislation, Ml that one MHto ■ 111 ni.t bo mi.l'l-- » dumping ground for food proliibito^ ■'■< other states. She klso urgeri tiiat clabwomen take every r-o««-ible opportunity ■■ go on record in favor of taaal suffrage for women. •A FOOL AND HIS MONEY." How One Defeated Candidate Viewed His Expenditures Good natured rtaiafaa «■«« ■bowti in the schedule nt his elo.-tion expenses filed yes terday with the County ' I. rk of Kltigr* fount? by Franklin Taylor, a lawyer, of No. «♦ > ..lift street. »ho rj»oiit %SZ2 T\ in his <atnpaicu for elo<-tlon a * Municipal Judre. and lost. Appended '■. his affidavit iraa this atatenieiits ■ I. Franklin Taylor, being duly sworn. r-ay that ihi* !s ■♦ (all an.l correct Mate rne'-t of all election RlOßeyi expended di re.-tly or Indirectly la. and by a*, all of •rttteh »ervt-s to aaaMavtrata »ha» "a fool and hia money are *oon parted.' " CURTISS TESTS NEW DEVICE. Hamnvndi'port. N. V.. Nor. r— r;i«nn If. i '»rt|»». the sero|i|aPlst. nude 4 short flight lirre to-day to fst a new d*vieo on ■■ l-i.'i ho hns been working for »...ni. time. Th« iinpruxemont Is .> •"lan'linc runner." which hang* between the aaala «.f the machine nd in drappad into pteco when ihe machine i^ al«o'Jt to descend. It Ik intended to I*K4 up the mr ;«nd iirtfic of a aaMaa landing. Ihe device worked ■atUfactoriljr to-day. LOSS MAY RE $2, 000 p00, Big Four "Shake-Up" Said To Re Imminent. Cincinnati. Nov. — It is said to-night that the shortage of Charles L. AVar riner. formerly local treasurer of the Big Four Railroad Company, who Is now accused of embezzling $643,000. will ex ceed $1,000,000. and may reach $_■'«•■ 000. Whatever may be the culpability of persona alleged by Warriner la have blackmailed him for part of the loot. It appears that so far as the railroad offi cers are concerned they have no inten tion of proceeding against others than the defaulting treasurer. General Coun sel Hackney declared to-day that he possessed no facts that would authorize prosecution of nny one save Warriner. "I believe Mr. Warriner"s statement." said Hackney, "that he was blackmailed, but we have only his Ward for it. and we cannot art on that. That is for the state authorities to do if they choose." The facts In the case have been placed in the hands of County Trosecutpr Hunt, who will place them before a grand Jury next week. According to Mr Hunt, there Is a perfect case against both Warriner and the man whom Warriner charges with being chief participant in the em bezzlement. So far'as two v omen that have been mentioned are concerned, both Mr Hackney and Mr. Hunt Insisted that they had no evidence against them. Asked ho one man could Juggle the accounts of a great corporation for so lone a time without detection, a high railrond officer to-day said that a big "shake-up" vas about to take place In the offices of the Big Four, and that an entirely new system of conducting the finances would be installed. d\ o cim.DREs />//:. Received Onh/ Christian Sci ence Treatment, It it Said. IP- T»l»gr»j»h to Th» Trtbiin* ', Wilmington. Del.. Nov. 0. — A report was made to the Board of Health today of the death within two days of each other of Edward M. John, fourteen years old. and Harold John, twelve years aM, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. John, M" nl Christian Science Je.-vlers. The lads died from acute tonsillitis, after intense suffering. A physician who was summoned diagnosed the disease, but was not permitted in prescribe any medicine, it Is paid, the Christian Sci ence treatment being given. The do-tor saw the children twice a day for several days. When the victims di»d he issued death certificates. The elder child also developed pneumonia. The cases have caused somewhat of a sensation, but no action has as yet been taken. JOKE TOO MUCH FOR JAW. Two Dislocations Result from Hearing ; __<;_. and Telling It. ' Mrs. Caroline |>re»al*r. of No. IBM Bemad avenue, laughed aa long and hard last evening at *. Jok» a friend told her that sac dislocated her low«»r jaw. After re ceiving medical aid she started to trii trie- Joke tc a patrolman, ami again, while laughing. iWslorate^ her law. Two friends called at the r»re.«!or horn* ye*ttrday afternoon, and one told tlie mys terious joke, whereat Mrs. Drossier started to laugh. She went from ore paroxysm to another, and suddenly dislocated her lower Jaw. Th« friends went lot aid. and found Patrolman Mauser, •>? the Kast I^4'h street station, who called r> r . Tonart. of the Harlem Hospital, who reduced the disloca tion. Th" patrolman asked Mrs. Pre«slor hor name ami age. and thon Innocently asked her to tell him what the i.»k«- was. Mrs. r»ressW commoner la laugh as hard as before, and for the second lime dislo cated her Jaw. Pr. Touart again reduced the dislocation «nd applied bandages. ABUSE OF HOSPITALITY. Spent Night in Jail and Then Said He Hadn't Been Arrested. (By Trl*»?raph la Tho Tribunal Greenwich, Conn., Nov. a. - William Pjtooa*A>M. of this town, is wondering whether he has a case against the Mara of Greenwich for unjust proaepitlon or Whether the town has » case against him for breaking and entering. He says that he »as tried and convicted for being drunk ar.d di«or<lerly without having b'-en arrested for arty offen.'e, and sh-rifr Rttca says thai if he wasn't arraalal for bring drunk anj disorderly he broke into the town jail. The Sheriff »a*a that hi entered the cell* this morning and much to his surprise found Rl'>omfield there. Although he did r.."-t mako up his mind whether he was more, jtinrie.l against than .- Inning, Hl"'mrie!d ],■.) .1 tin" of *1 and .-..v OKLAHOMA BISHOP'S VIEWS. Has Never Been in Theatre— "Loving Only Honorable Occupation." Albany. Nov. 3. -Bishop William A. Qttayle, of Oklahoma City, who is here to attend the annual conferen<'o of the gen eral committ.-e of foreign missions, which formally opens to-morrow, delivered an in teresting lecture to-right at tti<* lir-: Uetbodlst Epifcop.il church. Among other things, he satl: I have never boon Hi a theatre in mv life. and I do not exjxct '" be in one in the lue to • OHM Shakespeare was in love with every wom en h» met. Tiic le-t of character of every man and woman i- >io\r they treat th*ir Inforior?. It Is disgraceful not to be in love. Ther* t* not •* h»art in law world thai drocu't war.t to lore and be loved. The only honorable occupation in this world la lovirij?. Th» fewer sorrows v>e<>pie have the more they think they have. 1 do n-->t 'eiirv <;od sends trcuMo. Nln*-trntha of the dhrorees would n»v»r take place if the principals In th"m smiled at ihe right time. The man who argtto S with his wife his not boon long married I would like to hay a aM of the fello-.r who wrote mat book called geometry. f.ltenny |.e«.pl«« rannot «<»• it Joke. The only pe rs aaa who d'> not have fun are corpee*. WIRK OF ART 1. 000 YEARS OLD Clay Figure of Goddess Excavated Near Ratibor. B?rlin. Nov. I — Wha* a said to be th» oldest artUtic record of mankind has been lound at Ottltz. near Ratibor. In Silesia. Prussia, by an excavating expedition un der Johannes Rl'-hfer It consists of a elav flguro of 1 Ro.idei's. aho'jt four thousand \r-nr* old. nnd was d 1. -.-•■>•. in a hous« dating* r-aok H the Stone A*e. of which a group of fifteen, forming a village, was unearthed. Cardinal qtaaim ara*a aM Catholics to use tlv Manual of riayers. John Jlurphy Co.. runs.. Balio. Tor sale book and dept. «tvre a . -M(i\L HOSPITAL FUM) ROW IJ)\G ISLASD SITE MOSEY DIVERTED. Asylum Managers Blame State Commission in Lunacy — $iS6/)00 Involved. [By T»l?er»ph tr> Th» Tribun* 1 Albany. Nov. o— Details of a fight be tween the board of managers of the Long Island State Hospital and the State Commission in Lunacy over the diver sion of money which the former were In tending to use to purchase a new site out on Long Island have been learned here, It adds another chapter to the troubles that the Lunacy Commission lias had in recent years over the acquisi tion of suitable sites for needed build ings. t When the managers of the Long Isl and State Hospital discovered early in October that some $186.«»»»> which had been appropriated and set aside for the purchase of a new site to take the place of the one in Flatbush had been reap propriated in the closing days of the Legislature to purchase a site for a new institution to take the overflow of insane patients from Manhattan Borough. they sent a hot protest to the State Commls- Fion in Lunacy. The latter body, con sisting of Dr. Albert Warren Ferris, William 1.. Parkhurst and Sheldon T. ▼late, came to this •■'•> and met the managers at the home of Alexander K. < >rr. president of the board. in Remsen street, Brooklyn. For a year the managers had bee try ing to secure a suitable site, intending to use the $lsr,/Wk to bind the bargain. Suddenly they found their money had been diverted for the purposes of another institution. I>eft without a cent to »'' oulre the new site, which hi urgently needed for the Flatbush institution, the managers were Indignant. The meeting at Mr. Orr's house was far from a love feast. The manas^rs told the Commission in l.una«-y I* '' ttH*» had been discourteously and shabbily treated. They demanded an explanation as to whore their $IS<MK)6 had gone and why it had been u«ed rlsewlieio. They declared they had ••>»! the s-Ilrhtesi inti mation that the money was to be divert ed from them and reappropriatvd for an other purpose. They aske.l why they bad hot been notified that a rider was •• be put on the legislative supply Mil diven ing the money to another purpose, and asserted that la view of the fact -hat the Commission 111 laif| was well aware that the i.on Island State Hos pital managers intended using the money as poon as a new .sit,- could be found, they felt strongly that they had j£en treated In « most discourteous mann.-r. COPY OF HIM. SKNT IT IS^SAID. T>r. Ferrt*. president of the commis sion, replied that the nefrf* of the hos pital service won «uch that the man jigers of the L'ttg Island ."'ate Hoapital could n»>t well receive extended notice of the intentions of »ha commission. lie declared that a e<py of the bill had been sent to Pr Dewing, medial super intendent of the Lang Island State Hos pital, but the latter denied that It pad ever reached him. Although the all was I awed in the cloalns days of the L*Ri kiture, it was not until October that tne managers learned that their money had been taken from them. After an asHuaaata of diplomatic brickbats for some time, it was agree! that in the circumstances nothing !aaM be don« except la a** the next Legis lature for another appropriation for the Long Inland State Hospital. Dr. Ferris promised that he would ask tha Gov ernor to send in a special message In »•• - gard to it. In this connection it is interesting to r.ote that the term of William L. Park hurst as a member of the Commission in Lunacy has expired. II- lives in Canandaigua. and is a personal friend of John Raines. It la said that the Gov ernor does not Intend to reappolnt him. His term expired last February, and he has since !.M over. It is said that the Governor did not attempt to appoint a man in his place in the last session of the Legislature for fear that the con firmation of such an appointment might give excuse for a fight in the Senate over hi confirmation. Mr. Parkhurst. it la understood, has been opposed to th«» proposition to acquire a new site for the Long Island. State Hospital. USKD TO BUY WESTCHKSTF.R SITE. The greater part <>f tho money taken a^ay from the managers of the Long Island State Hospital was used to pur chase a site at Lake. Mahaaakr, in West chester County. Thai hi for a new in stitution designed to take the overflow of patients from Manhattan and The Bronx who are no« sent to tlie Manhat tan State Hospital, on Ward's Island, Bad to Central Islip. on Lapjaj Island. For some years the Commission In Lunacy has been trying to secure a suit able site for such an Institution. It will t>e remembered that a site was bought in comatock. Washington County, and that it was charged thai political in fluences area responsible for th- sec tion of the site, wbkh was declared to tc unsuitable. Mr. Parkhurst. it la said, f , orod building the overflow institution there, but the other two members of the commission stuck out against it suc cessfully. They tried to s».-ire ■ site near Nyack. In Rockland County, but could not get a bill through for the proper appropriation. Within a year, however, the Comstock fite has been disposed of for some cor rectional institution. lea-, ing tho board free to act as a unit in securing another site. The Wes'-iiestrr site wa* the re *-.:lt. There was no money available, and as the Long Island State Hospital managers had been unable to find a suit able site for their institution the com mission decided to take this money. The Legislature has the power to reapproprl ate unexpended moneys In this way. and that fact was taken advantage of. The board of managers of the Lons Island State Hospital have made a re 1 ..inn ,'i on third page. MAILLARD'S VANILLA CHOCOLATE. '■ \\*\f> it handy when travelling t»nvwhere. at any time. Flavored lth tho Mexican Un; U4M.— AU.i. A CURE FOR CANCER Discovered 'it Columbia — Suc cess full a Applied. A positive cure for cancer haa been discovered by the pathological depart ment, of Columbia University. In eight cases, it is said, the new cure, which Is in the nature of a serum, has been suc cessful. The name of the physician who made the discovery Is Trlthheld for the present, but it was learned last ntsht that the Rockefeller Institute knows of this man and his work and for days past has been trying to persuade him to join the forces at the institute, offering him large financial Inducements. He has re fused to cult Columbia, as he desires to give the university the honor of the dis covery. The secret 13 being guarded at th" university, and every one who knows it has been warned not t>> converse with the press about it. The faculty wishes the announcement to he made first in the nodical journals. A well known physi<inn connected with Columbia saM last night that he knew of the eight cases in which this iutn was applied, and waa able to say positively that th>» cure was j» success. It is understood that th" discoverer has been working on it for .y l'>ng period <>f time. M()\T i(.l (rI'LST DIES. On Visit i" King at Sandring ham — Festivities Suspended. I^ordon. Nov. '.►—The royal birthday festivities at Sandringham were brought to a close thi.» afternoon by the sudden death from heart disease of Montagu finest while out with th» King's shoot- Ing party. Montagu «;uest was the son of Sir Jaaiah John «;uest and the grand son of the Karl of Llndsey. lie was an old and valued friend of the King, who has cancelled all arrangements for the remainder of the week. ' Mr <;ue.Jt was one of the best known figures in London society. lie was of striking personality, ami was intimately known as "Monty." ii. waa always ■welcome .it Court functions, and was an enthusiast i< - sportsman, yachtsman and art connoisseur, and possessed a f.ne col lection of prints and bric-ft-hrac. He was born in I^3s'. GHOULS ROB BODY. Valuable •/' 1 1 ''■■'/ Taken from That of Millionaire. • ilrtis Falls. N. V . Nov. !>.— ira\" rob bers have been a' work in this neigh borhood, and the police of this city and. neighboring towns are on the lookout far further depredations. The superin tendent of the Union Cemetery here re ported to. day that tho grave of J. Kd ward Howland. a Sandy Hill millionaire, who died In New York on July 1 last and wan buried on July 4. had been opened in the night and th<» body robbed of several valuable pieces of je'velry. ./'/■/•; .is fire it Ki n Chimney Maze Didn't Feaze Smith £ McXcll Diners. Smith .<- McNeil's restaurant, at Green wich. Fulton and Washington streets. whirl) la always ■ source of solicitude to the firemen, had another chimney blaze last evening. The firemen .hipped for an hour In the ancient timbers about the chimney before they put out the last spnrks. Few of the diners were alarmed by tlu» fire. The regulars, to whom chimney fires in the place are no longer disturb ing, kept at their meals, and simply put en their hats and overcoats •when the firemen broke In with lines of ho<e at the Greenwich street door. Chier Croker responded to th" alarm from the "bad box" at Washington and Vesey streets, but lie didn't stay long. The loss, several hundred dollars, was due more t> the work of putting out the tire than to the fire itself. HEAD OF BODY FOUND, Hill's Laicf/er Sat/s Woman Died from On i Act. Taunton. Mass.. Nov. o.— While th* at torney for *f>afaMa** < Frank 1.. Hill, the Fall River h«rb doctor, who to-day pleaded guilty in the Bristol County Su perior <"..iirt to an indictment of man slaughter In connection with the Tiver t«n suitcase mystery, was making a statement hi the nature of a confession, reporters in the neighboring city of Fall River found in .i spot indicated in the confession th ■ head of the victim, which completed the dismembered body of tho young woman. Hill's attorney, in his statement to the court, said that the victim. Amelia st Joan, of Waaajaaahat, R. 1., had di<vl In Hill's office as « result of her own act. The lawyer said that Kill hud dismembered the body aft»r h ■ had tried for an hour to bring the girl back to eonsciousneys. be|t«vina; at first that she had only fainted. Pending the examination of the head, and in i iew of the statement of four doctors that th ■>• could not accept Hill* alleged confession. Judge Stevens post poned sentence In Mm ,ase and Hill was remanded to JalL The maximum sen tence for manslaughter hi thai state is twenty years' imprisonment. FEWER STUDENTS AT YALE. More Difficult Examinations Responsi ble for Decrease. fp. Tel»«rsph to Th« Tribun* J - M*W Haven. Nov. <»._ Registration figures at Yale shows that there are now S.C 1 *! atu »>nt.<«. as against 3.431 last year. In the academic d-partment the numbers have dropped from 1.373 to 1.135; In tho Uw School from 434 to 313; In tho Medical School, from HO to Its. and in the ilu."\r School from 95 to 75. Tha m-mbershlp of the Sheffield Scientific School has grown from 933 to MS. that of th* Art School from 47 to 4?. the Forest School from 70 f> *«. and the Divinity Pi-hoot from |pfl m I<}?. There are l^.. m-mb<-r« of the faculty, ten more than last vmr. Increased requirements are reaporv >ibl« for ibe decrease in th« Law and Med ical school*. InviMM- bluish! er*claaa*a for near and rtiMam vuion. t-'reneer*. 31 MiWea lane. A.i.L NOW ONE CENT la r«ty nt !"••»» Tot k. j Jrrvf City and Hohokra. ' BEI A PLOT TO NAME ROOSEVELT TAFT s FRIEM)S FEAR HOSTILE I'IAX. Will Report to Him on Hit Return—La Follettc for Residuary Legatee. Washington. Nov. D.— When Pre.-> * Taft finally returns to Washington ther* vill be submitted; to him by sincere ana) anxious friends * record of ©ULUircßesa ■which may prove nothing but a sequsne* of coincidences, but which, in their <•<>- ordination, pa strongly resemble a chain of strikingly significant political event 1 that they have gravely farmed sorna of the President most loyal supporter". In cluding men who stand hl?h in his ad ministration and in his confidence. These men, and. some of them are not tyros in the game of politics, have ba» come convinced of the existence of a. far rf.»i>hlng and shrewdly organized politi cal movement, which ha* for Us purpose the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt in the national convention of 101— Whatever conclusion may bo reached: after ■ careful examination of th« evi dence whlcii the President's friend* ar<* prepared to submit to him. it la obvious, even from a cursory examination of their case, that taken In its entirety it lends some, color to their proposition that tha wheel of time has completed Its revo lution and that in the next three years the history of a like period ending with tlie Republican National Convention of l^W is about to repeat itself The more important propositions which these zealous friends of President Taft will seek to Impress upon him may ba> summarized as follows: ATTACK ON ADMINISTRATION*. That the so-called Balllnger-Plnchot controversy has far broader aiajaiaaar* than has been generally ascribed to It; that It is actually only the first gun In the concerted movement they believe •• exist: that the Taft administration, rather than the Secretary of the Interior. Is the real object of the attack which i* being so widely prosecuted through th-> columns of the press; that the effort to impugn the sincerity of purpose of th» Secretary of State and to create a popu lar impression that Secretary Kno* has betrayed the time honored policy of hi.i predecessors with regard at th» "open door" in China, and that the recall of Charles R. Crane was dictated by » coterie of New York bankers, of whom J. P. Morgan Is the head, constitutes only the logical development of the or ganized movement; that the next step in this concerted movement will be »•• ef fort to impair public confidence in a third member of Mr. Taffa Cabinet, th« Postmaster General, on whom an at tack in promised in the second article of a series being printed In a popular magazine. It will he further alleged that the National Conservation Association, of whose executive committee James R. •"larfleld is a member, was designed by Iti promoters, although quite possibly without any realization of that fact by some of its most prominent members, aa a political organization for the further ance of this same movement. In substantiation of these allegation*. it will be urged that hardly had Mr. T»ft been inaugurated when a conflict oc curred between his Secretary of the In terior, ft. A. Rallinger. and the Chief Forester, «;iff^r.| Plnchot; that, through the instrumentality of Mr. Plnchot. It was nought to convince the public that Secretary Balllngerwas at heart inimical la th.it conservation movement which had bee, 1 one of the chief of the Roose velt policies; that Mr. Balllnger*s can cellation of the f;.irfielr| power »Ho with drawal order and the substitution there for of new orders which, while they con served more sites, released to settlement over a million acre.i of public land with drawn by Mr. <;artl"ld, was widely mis represented as subversive of the con servation movement; that hardly had) this misrepresentation been exposed. . .id) refuted v.hen a new line of attack, baseil on the existence of certain Alaska coal land claims, was undertaken and, vigor ously prosecuted by a system of, grost mi?representation. such mlsrepresenti tien continuing with undlmlnished en— ergv after President Taft had himself examined all the evidence and charac terized it M "mere shreds of suspicion.** PR. ELIOTS STATEMENT. It *ill be further charged that Prcl dent Eliot of the. National Conservation Association was led. probably unwit tingly, to add to the force of this Bah)* representation by the issue of a state ment warning the public of th* neces sity not only of legislation to perfect th* laws affecting coal lands and power sites, but of enforcing ' '"■■■ existing l«iws. de spite the tact that such laws have haaaj rigidly enforced, and that this statement was handed to the press for publication just twenty -four hour* before th« ad vance publication of the Alaska coal land charges. The President will be informed, that through an overlapping of th« Jurisdic tion of the Bureau of Forestry and th-» Oer.eral Land office the former enjoy* the -gal right of access to all th*' rec ords of »he latter, a privilege enjoyed by no other bureau of the government. Those friend. of the President who are prepared to submit this case for his rarcful consideration believe they aro between existing conditions and tho*» which preceded the convention of lSi«) more than one analogy. In l*«>. they submit. President Grant had completed his Journey around the world and ilia tri umphal tour of the United. States. Th-» nations of th« earth had paid him hom age, and at home he had been greeted with * degree of enthusiasm rare i» ever before equalled in the history of th* Republic. During his absence tare* valiant and able champion* had dlll srently promoted hi* popularity and ral lied his supporters v> ith an -T~ ihiKjai which resulted in the memorablo 3ua gates who in the convention of thai year stood stanchly by the forme Preat, dent until the thlrty-srxth ballot aajva; James A. Gartleld a majority >t voiaa.