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-t Trcmont Temple she would nevpr ,-?.rmit any eococt, no mattes how well *i->ct.mn....ded, t?? giccompany hot homo. "She always ci*** mnif otlier girl. If an es? ort accompanied the other ?lrl _nd che went with tin- two to th> rooSM ?>f the a??et?K'is?i.>*i. it was all right, hut ?he n'ver, ro far M I Cha ascertain, de? lta ? omi.ir.v <.f _.ny hut "tic man. ? sh< aras varj devout reHgtoualy, ?ml li< r every ;i?-ti..;i Mag ttat of a per*?,m v?hos' goto ataS in ui-' >v.is to do right. Th'-r.- has yet to in- found an aOQUalnt _n.? si hers .?in? could understand wh| ahe . ?i!i laldng ?. '? -?WJtH It was found ::? ? BSST3 to make ; ; :. ..,.; lest f? ' so. ill in the cas? The taasstecter auhmltted Uve ?iris who ?..en* i!i ? roung women's Christian As ? ramlns - An..?til; th.m an ??? 1.'.' ;:i? \ U Ba< ki ouae nd Julis T. ?? rscm, auperinteadea. of the aaso ?tuni ? <n\ Inced Du* gaa thai Ml ? UnaeM tad been mi.r ... ? tiisa Patt* ? told th< Inspe was m " hm ti:.- girl came to .tu,ii. tars ? igo, to live Wlil!. ?? -Slot) ? was en. to bC married and wanted to be near the ::.,, ri v h . to lead her 10 I ? ipect tt srtalm <? that Avis Uma :i t.-1.: ol .-: lunetaon engag? with lbs man whom she was t?> marry her ?itath occurred. w tai s the dl h the pirN ?lid not know. Th. "<<?? th? nirl left the asaoclatlon hoUS? '?? I ? ? noon and did let return until th? I well advanced. Then It \v??s sl?.c met her Is, and the I te afternoon and early In gay? t- . At the dinner table. Um _ri:'v w_. Misa Ltnnall as red mon cheerful to th? m than ahe had t?r aoine time, and when sh< toft i .i- her i??..m .in- bad? them a pi.. .. il l net! waa? s prominent worker ai Treason! Tempi! Baptist Church and ?..???(I ail things, II la said, bj ? itandai Hei ??i' nd i em stated ah? I deeply In lev. ??i'.h the ntai whom she sai.i she \..iH to marrj uttji tta K.r.s shi?i they ? ' 'i Mis man was the lit I. .Mr. ? on. PLEADS FOR ALDRICH PLAN Cannon Savs System was Pre I pared by Best Banking- Minds. 'The Pr-r, waa the euhjeci of I i?n ad i.; Q. I '.".nor.. | ret >t ihe Fourtk Sa.. | , ? k. st Hie ? at..?.::. ii?. ? Central Park 8outh, last! ? . ? ; :.!..(! the ? lleS-ring House, a.'?i a ?.i?-., i : Aldrlch rn<>n>'tary \ Ian. Mr. i I H a nothing aea Ibr banks 10 lesna their earn scrip <>r ? ? it was .i .- ". be sai .. stack of the scrip paaatng aa eurrei ? ?.try. and it had been ?lune in . beginning with 1MB. lb- add? " ' isl m" ? ' d by the Bank of England ?.ment sanction, alt!.gh art? r pa gallsed I be ? M thai ?rouble and began to mak? .??i it by i the Clearing , . V. !,1 'll w_ col ? abare the face value of the lasas, in New York City alone ? ami Si the ? c< ni of '.' waa ndlng. Tht Ihe < ountfV ? reni y waa - ind not on- cent ?.fit ? ? gued, I thl?. form of cur? t? - ncial fiiitiK- aci '!.!? ?! b) .. . ? study the Aid? tystei whii ii he aald ? as ?i tta le regretted i m bad . b,,., SAY WARD'S MIND FAILED Will Contest Witnesses Tell of Sculptor's Lost Memory. iver the ? 111 of Q A* Ward, .me to yesterdsy. Tb? ?? I was ... ihm Eleanor Ward, ? 1er iptor, anti was defended by his wido". M : II. i? Ward, ahotn ? ? ? .i aboei foui yean . ? t as Mi Ward'i had fallt Mit | i niece of Mr Ward nti'i a ? tory In the Normal Co liega, told of caiim* to aee i ? ? al Arta i Api ii. arbei guest ol v l : I i dll .. hraak, who presided al the dinner, an.i ?n i not know bad "W ? n ' r . ? ? s. em t.. nue- stan sal i ? as, Mr Ward ?vi d with bar fa live at ? triar ? t'-'a th it a ?um ft-.' n ? I 1 M.i? l_ean, who ? i ? ner. gave 1 ? lb? s? tlon M ta nol .ri?i naiad s w hieb Ihe 1 i la v> |fe, ?.no t. . der bei In* FEAR PLOT TO KILL MADERO Mexican Presidents Follower.? in U. S. to Guard H.m. I . ?,. .,-,? fe? 11,., i?, fe : n ? ' ? ? . i :? .i-as Negrea, ol Msdeio bj nu ?? ? rrice men s Hi k .. ??? t??v> fi i I'v?-, T? i : ? ?I a ),..-.i w.tl B? Was- Pino S candi* ?laie i h th? ticket with Francia? o i M I le ihe ftat? f< | i wdor \. lia m .?t M? ai ? ' ??? ? ACCUSE aECTIONS BOARD HEAD OF TAMMANY DEAL Fusionists Assert Britt With? held Nominating Certificates from Inspection. WHITMAN TAKES UP CASE ?Head of Republican Law Com? mittee and Independence League Man Charge Se? rious Misdemeanor. Complaint of n violation Of the ?elec? tion law ?-y Preeident J. Oabriel Britt of the Hoard of Sections waa Bled with Ihstri? t Attorney Whitman yesterday by Abraham s <;?!h(rt. of the law ?commit ? th.* Republican County commit t?-. . William A. Da Ford, who is in ?harpe "f til*- elections fraud bureau --I" th.- i??strict Attorney's ?.tfire. win begin th? Inveatlgntlon to-day bef<?re Magia? trate Appleton in lha library of the i??s ? Attorney's oflicc. it la alleged that Brit? ?sible f??r the artthboMIng <>f ?certificate? <>f the nomlnatlona ?>n the Democratic coun? ty ticket for the coming election when entattvea of th?- Independence ? ,<* .ind the Republican organisation s? ?light to Inspect Ihem last Friday niaht during the last hours of the time aped fled by the taw within which the crr tlta.ttes COUld I.,? tiled. Tl.? purpose of th?' hearing before Magistrate Appleton to-day will be to |determine if th?> facts warrant bringing Hiiit hit" court to fa..? a misdemeanor charge, punishable upon conviction by 8 year In prison or |M0 line, or both. sh"tiiii Magistrats Appleton decide such - proper Britt probably arlll ? - dun? ',i i" court by telephone, he cause of hla official position. In the event of hla f.iilure to respoi.d Mr. Whitman la authority for the statement th.it a warrant ?.?ill be issued for him. Mr. Gilbert Bald ?thai he, na a repre? sentative of the ?Republican County <"om mittee, and L. J. O'Reilly, ????presentinp *!'?? Independence Loagu", waited at the th? Board of Blacttona until midnight on Friday to Inspect the i). moeratic nomination ?certiflcataa. When a request wa? m.ade to the record clerk for th?- certlflcatea both Mr. Gilbert and i.Mr. OHellly were informed tliat they 'had not ?been filed. They asked to see Prealdent Britt, who was in bis private and Wer? informed that he ?'.?nld not be sen. A last reouest t?. se?, the certlflcatea was made within a few min? ings of 12 o'clock, with no more saMs f.it "ii than before; Finally al twenty-five minute? . ft*r midnight Britt emerged from his private and turned over to the waiting i?- thi package of certificates, which j In- had had in bis room. An indorse menl oi t'., back purported i" ?how ? thai they had been filed at 11:41. !:--i;t '.vas asked by what right he had I??" n public documents uhi? h under the ':??.> should have been avail? able for anj .iiizen's Inspection, and Ignored th" auggeatlon that he had been doing anything fii^p.-?J. 11 - ttndi r food thai the hearing pi da \ win develop evidence to the effect that Secretary Thome? P. Smith of nan> Hall delivered the certlflcatea I t?> mitt in hi? private office, afterward loitering in the outaMa .?tnc t.? glr? th?* Imprei ilon " al he had not yet filed them. In tins way it was planned, so it is hllegcd t > throe in* ?fusion representa ?'fr their guard snd force 'h" filing of th? " its? of Domination on the el without an oppor? tunlty for first examining the Tan certificate?*?. Th.- ru?e, if auch r era?, ..ml the hearing to-day will ? ?'" ? or not ther i Is ai for the harge thai the pr rrident of th? Board of Ele? tlona waa a party to It "1 have pla? ?'?I the matter In the h of the Diatrici Attorney," -aid Mr. <;n .and i understand that if the cil tanc?e justify oui h a ??oins. Mr Britt .vin h.? brought Into court to explain his- action. Section? 127 and ?MM of the election law provide that ail pape.-? on Ole with the board ?hall be i ? for publl u pectlon a? ? led .Section ? f tl , ? ? ' ' ? w define? ? ? ? uppreaalon of a public document by ? public official. Section 761 makea an official who falla to ?perform or refuaea to perform certain . .? illty <>f a mlademi anor." CHEER ATTACKS ON MURPHY East Bitten Hear Hearst and Other Fusion Speakers. . lar,;?' and enthualaatic audience al Hen? nio?tton Hall al No. 114 M atreet, lest , i. _j,t The) sil read the huma clear In the personaHt) and ?power of ooe Charlea Y Murphy snd exhorted Um big crowd to cur I lull 11j<- Increaaing powei of Murphylam can < i?,.it? .-? on the 1 Ickel i ?i William I. g ? Irman of the me? tin? ? 'olo nel Join: Temple Grave* snd Herben R . rg kept th. ?t?te ?jf enthuaiaem I tbeli ?attacks oa Tarn? me?? si ,; M n | hj In th lat? i Ira ?before ?\,i ||) rived 'I be Indep? nUenc? . ; ol ij i" < i'ii'.i: when . be i.nil n? ?tari' <i rixm m i ? , - m Limb? rg i u ild all ? XI - rery Imp? n ini one, snd ti,. i? lesi It slvi to disapprove ??! Mur? ir ?: . ?????' mm? nt >?>?! >te f"t Mui . t He ia abundenti] abl? ? ' i , he? n? ?? i ? , | i?|nt< ?? us In in;?! ? But il "i . . , ?t,/.?-. Mui .'i his ?, i,,??..i to ?,". ? v, r ? ? ? ludl ,,,.i.:. against thla man who has . ood and an at) njpting, ? ,i oi ? i , , iu to do an ,i to help i ?m? no) ig for Ai 11", v '? ".vi Mi Bh< ai n, . - on ni', own ace? uni Answers in the Towns and Cities Contest 18 Applegate, Cal. 44 Hock Falls. !l!. r.~) Belle Plains. Minn. Watch To-morrow's Tribune for Correct Answers to Trio No. 16. . hut for the pake of the pood rause they 11 ? present in this election, If Mr Hopper ! I ad eo??sulte?l m<* when he aerepted the ! n< mltistlon for Sheriff. I would have ad '? \ laed him ri"t to tr-lt. it. as 1 believe he OUgbt to All a blRKer offlr., I purely will |t...f gain ar.ythln?. 11* Mr Shearn If elected. and uill only lose the ie?t lawyer I ever ! bad or ever will have Tammany Hall an?. Its "boss'' Bbould ho punished at this el?-i'tlon. and 1 reh on you tO help In lti fllctlnr the pimlehirvnt Other speakers were Joba l H..t.p<?r. thai SaadldatS for Sheriff; Harry Kopp, a can ?Md.it?? for the AOSemNy, an.l William A. ] pe Ford NAMES COMMITTEE OF 100 Citizens' Conference Plans Active Campaign Against Murphy. IVUlleai Jay ?chleffeHn, chairman ?>f th<* ; ciUseas1 Coafereaee, which has orgaalsad ? to ?ipix.se tii? legislative rendidatni andj programase <>f Chaitoa F. Murphy, thai Tammanv "lions," Is s?l* ?Uni; a COflfin of one huadted to carry on the " Ik Atnoni, th?. members of thai < ointnlttee. j which win be organised si the Hotel Man? hattan to-night, are ih<? fotlowtng: i Brcee-I V. AH.'.t |n<?. ,, \v i. ; V.l. hare . . . ? ?? lifted R Ceakllns. '!>? Ilen.-i M ? lullui .1 Frsni.. i Fran. I? D i Di Elsie H i. Q aid. ?elson Xf Bpeneei ? Vor i.in UniKoni M. i- WetSl SM 1 P V, Hliirl.ln? I ."hsrle. l'. Moul?t., lotto T Banaard I t?srw-n H, James .',r 't?? I_.it, |tr T f'sm Edward s Kaufmaa. ?. M . ? - . V.i>: :t <;? ir- Monroe .dwsrd R ! '??en Daniel ... Mcklee. Thomas a Pulton ' .? . It Smith ...??? -. Rob? ? Vaa Iderstlne Rol. ?? \v III William H. Williams Elbrl se L. Adami Alfr. I .t. 1ti,.-li...i Arthur ' ' I, idll | ' ' Henry 1 i ? Ths Re. :. Howard ? ?; I'fr.M-- - sh . :. I - . .1 Wsm ? ? ,i ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? . .t. Aspinwall H" ge M H W h?'?. f ? . Hcni ngtoc \ i 11 .--orT_ii.it t?-? of tin Isrger eon ? will be appointed t.? d i the active wirk. A Bob-committee will hat ? isrge of the work in Brooklyn and probably another aub-coni- ? Imlttee s 11 | ? particular atteatton to tta In Manhattan and The Bronx. 1 An appeal for funda ??.?il he Issued, arith ?. ? nd? ratend In ? nv ney adll be ? Iused in the Aaaembly campaign. I --' Do you want to locsen the qrip of Temrrany on the oity and state? You csr, help by voting the fusion ticket. To 1 ?/ote you must register. There are ? ; enough anti-Tatr.r.any votes to do it, if1 they are all made available by registra- , | tion. Make yours count! i COURT SEATS DELEGATES i i ?Orders Convention Which Threw j Out "Ri.binson Men Reconvened. Little Calla, S. v Oct. Il lude Mei - rill issi.e'i an order to-night to reconvene ; the re.??-nt Republican convention for | Herkitner County nn.i seat the Tl.lore Douglas Robinson delegates, arho aere thrown o \\ ,if the convention b; ; i R? publican organisation, The action of Judge Merrill Ii tii? tir?t i a'-e on record In thli state ol convention being ordered t ? ? be reel hied. It is expot tni t'.i.i' Robini m, R the nephew of ?'oionei Theodore Rooaevelt, ? will aoat be nominated for Aeoemblyman In place o? i '. L Fallows KOENIG BIDS ALL REGISTER ? .. i President Emphasizes Import-, anee of Enrolling Also. Samuel s. Koenlg. preeldenl ol the Re? publican County Committee, called tion yesterday to the feet thai onl son? win? enroll no* may have the oppor? tunity of voting under the new direct primary lea fe. I to the al rent ?on arhich Belegatss-al lai .. to the national i l The dele* to u..' state . onv? ntlon from dlstii ' al o aelecl d? I? gat? I th?. national convention to represenl their v.ir!"'; ??There are only tare more ii. a vot? r ms) Mgister," ild Mr. '? "to-morrot *oA Batiitday A man who ? . i>,:in enrolls be cannot partic?pete I l a .nr. t primaries nest aprtdg foi th? ? ti..n ol ?i? l?gat? h to the ?tate i om ? and participate In tbe aelectton ol I ? nntiouni c invention. "Tbe great? al ? mphaala al ould be lal I on the Importance of having ? ? register to-morroa ?ir Saturday. Thi Indi pendent ?? ot< 11 In thia I? . the eue? eaa of the fusion tick? I If O th- y mar vot? "While there mm not appear to be any marked degre? ?.f exdtemenl -?> far la the ca? i ._? ? ? ? -??..; deal of :? ny Hall M in* !ii:iik??1 ev? i.. ''???. au'i If '??> ?;'n _.? t oi-t this anti--'.luitnair ft I? We Sri winning si the polla Everything i?u.-.sihie Is being ?lone bj out eadera to ?> t the registration oui ' ANTI-BOSS DEMOCRAT NAMED Brooklyn Independent! Want Edmund R. Terry Back in the Assembly. Aasemblyman Edmund ?. Terry, of ihe ist District. Br? . Inat? i for re-el? ction bj 550 Indi ni i ( the Brooklyn action. Mr Terry failed of i? nomlnatton b. the _>mocrata thia fall be? b? align? (1 bims? ?" with the foi ? I Edward M. Bhepard In the United Bl i Senatorshlp flgbl and because be oppoaed ihe charier. Mr. Terry'a eampaign alosan will i.? "In? dependence versus Bosslam ' He ?rill open luarters in Court streel In a few days. ? b< "ni i " nv ral a ho has bee i enl to th? Aaaembly from the district ui reeent lie i? i graduate ?.f _Tal? Prealdi ? foil wan among bia classmates l?? . opponent In the campaign will be th< publican nominee, Daniel Barn?s, who . h? en Indoi -? 'I i.. the Ind< pend? m e i., aeu ? ALDRICH ?REVEES HIS ! MONETARY PLAN National Reserve Association to Take from Government $730, 000,000 2 Per Cent Bonds. AN ISSUE OF 3s PROPOSED State Banks and Trust Com? panies To Be Admitted?Pos? sibility of Control by Group of Bankers Minimized. CHANGES IN ALDRICH PLAN. The S730.0O0.0CO 2 per cent bends to be exchanged fo- an issue of 3s of the same amoun',, en which the Na? tional Reset ve Association will pay a special franchise tax of 11 2 Per c?,n*' State banks and trust companies , to be admitted as members, if thev ccnfor.Ti to a certain standard. The association to be prohibited frcm discounting for members notes er b Ils issued for carrying stocks or bends. National banks to be allowed to j establish savings departments and to | lend up to 40 per cent of their de? posits en productive real est2*e. An elastic, reserve provided by holding in cash 50 per cent of demand liabilities, but this may be decreased under penalty of a progressive tax. Reserves against t.r.ie deposits of rational banks to be required on,y for the thirty days ?.?receciinq ma? turity. Composition of the board of direc? tors changed with ?the obiect of min? imizing the possibility of control by any -jection or group of bankers. Un? der the new plan New Y^rk could not j have more than four of the directors. Any local reserve association may ey.erci3-? tu.e powers of a clearing house. A I c c "? I association may suspend a i bank v.hich fails to maintain its re? serves o?- comply with other require? ments el the law. Note l?su?s shall at all times be covered by at least one-thi.-d in gold or other law! j! money. 1 ? . , ; ? .1 ? ?. W?-8-.in_ton, Oct 19. The elabora! d plan devla?ed b ex-Senator Nelaon IV. n for th? reform of th? monetary ay at em bj ?the eetabllabmenl of a Na? tional Reeerva Aaaoclatlon, which win | be submitted i" the Monet?r; 1 ommta ?when i' meet? next month ia al - for its report to Congreaa, waa DM I" public to-nay. It Is a develon- 1 ment <.i tin ?outline preaented i" tbe ?ommleaion last January, with ?certain I niixiiiii ationa ?to meet ?the criticisms] ru.ni?- against ii ?n iba diecuaeion i*I Iba , pi ni?' .-.i.?. thai time Tha more Importa**?! phaaei <.f tha sub?1 j< ? t covered by ?the elaborated plan I which were not Included in tha original I <?mime ?u. m m t ftortb b) Itr, AJdrich, : method bj wblob ?tha - per ?cant bonus \ I 11 national banka ma) be puf* baaed and ? lb ?Um ?an ?delation? the admission "i Mate banka and truat ?corn to thi aaaoclatlon nn?! .. mea.ni >>f laaurlng the maintenant 1 of adequate ?. ? . ' tha a - ?'" latlon, ?'ind at ?the tima enabling .t ?to reepond promptly 1?. normal ur unuiual demands] ? 1 ? :? dit ? r currency without ?danger ? f undui ex] ...isi.in or Inilaiion. In til?- ?completed pten provialon ia to ext? rid to rtati banl 1 and tr tat ompaniea th< privileges ot the aaaocli? tioti b (Ixlni ? rtaln stand trda ?.f bank? mpllan? e ?'ith ? hich will eatab? le 1 eligibility for memberehlp. if n bank ??r trust ? otiii anj < omplies with the terms ?>f the national banking ect to amo int of a? 1t.1i, reeerve? nal d< posits ami examina? tion, it may enter the .1 sot ta! "n un the same ; uns .-is ? national hank. t'*r disposing of the ?United States 3 1 er , - ni l onda of which 'in re .ir?- >7.H> - laio.OO? , llngr. the plan provides ?that the aaaoclatlon ?aball taki them o' r fund them Into .'? per 1 ante ?rita? um the circulation privilege, paying .lie : nmenl l'?.? per cent ?frarl bias tea all] a ^ reimburaeraent for tha 1 t lona I coat ln?aemucb a.> the ?banka re 1 .rn to-da "." ?half ?of 1 ? er 1 ent >.a their _ per cent tends on account '.f ih.'ii ? In ilatlon privilege, ?ho net ? b?arga t.. the government la iVfc per cent, .?ml it will continue tho same under ?the pro ;,,,. ? ?I plan. To Provide Elastic Reserve. To provide an elaetic reaerve pgtlnat all demand llabliitiea, ? plan ii us been ii?". i*-*??? 1 which has n?? ?counterpart ia the monetary syatema ?of ?other ?countrl? Th" National Reeerve Aaaodation is 10 r demand liabilities t?> the extent ?.f "ill I er cen? by s re* rve of caah. but it ia rovided ?that th.?' reaarvs maj be tr?;-1 P-.K_.ed upon under i-enalty of a prog she tax which ?ha1! tnCTSSSe in pro] tlon to the deficiency roscrv?. ofie the note Issue to I?-' taken over from national tmnks la to ta exempted fi the reserve :equir"ment, mi the pro that it is hoprotabto that more t half the notes outstanding will ever permanent!) retired. In the elaborated plan apactol pr alona have been Introduced t?i minin the possibility of control by local org Izattona m- group., of bankets Not; m thaa three cd the twenty-foar direct i f ?!,. sec.ml and third gr< apa m:.., (hoscn itom any one ?lis; rut: ex Off m? mil? is may not take i ar? in the el turn ..f ihoae directo.- t?. represenl Industrial, commercial, agricultural i Other Ii,'.? rests, and ?>f the live elec members <?f the executlvi committee a . ii.- i*ri -. be ehosa fr m a particular i tri. 1. With regard ?to tta reservea <.f th.' dividual banks, ihe provision of the N fork iru?; compsny law thai a rese : .. .? ..lily he held sgslnsl tune depot i..r tta thirty ?la.'- preceding their n lurlty 1" ndopt? d Pr vision la siso mads f,jr th? . t. lishm nt "i aeparate thvlnga departme in national tanks, a loserve of only per .?'nt <>f that required f??r demi ta being prescribed for savh deposita Another feature which aill welcomed i>\ the ban..* in agricultu i i-- tta provistos ?hat .o per ??< of th.- lep ilta may be lent u\ i rodttctive real estate B?sic Principles Unc'.ianqed. Tta ttasl principle! ??f the rev? plan ai-.? aubatantfsll) the earn? ? mbodli (l In Mr Aldrich'a first prop? - sent t.. the commission lasl Janua which h Bald he expected _-- * - ? j i ? i aer ni? a ?visis fur national ?ii'* uasion. it portant phaaea a hlch were the. i tii i and those which havi il ??-..?h ???) ere treated m the re? ommend tO tta I ? 'H I I ''? " tO-dl Mi ; i f .'h questions sre r ?handled wl ?real detail, as the i-rv-u? of dlscusslo and conferencea which tave been goli ? Hi'- plan ivas tir.-'t sui;:.,. It? ?! i. fly, tii?' plan st;n prot Ides for i organisation "f the National H? ? eoclation, with t capital ?>! spproxlmal |y 1300,1X10,000, in - : I h th.- Unit? States government ..' i the ban! ihares in the association -?hail b? i! only depositors. The plan of dlvldli tiie United Btatea at flrsl into nft??* ?nanclal ?iisti?. ts remad ? u in eai i. dlsti i? t the banke ahall for |.. .ii ass i. i.itiui i i heir o a n. a hlch, I turn, win l" *? pr?t, n ed in tta .i flnslly in the central organlsatio through a ayatem of election ??; director whli h, it is said. \.ui ma] e ;t i'i - ble for any aectlon or set of bank rg I ?control the whole. ??tie effect of th?- exchange of 2 pe ce i' bonds f< i ?"?' ? will be t.. utabl ? h government t.. provide permanently f'? a large portion of the Interest bearln public deb? .;t a net Intereet chargi e 11 _. per cent This arrangement pro posse a BOlution Of what matt] financier declared the greatest obstacle to :?i plan, it disposes permanently of th i.nmi escurad currency Without '.??.s;-' t< the governmsnt and without Impoelni upon the National Rsssrvo Associ?t! H the ownership of 1780,000.000 _ per cen bonds. Th.- association will agree to hold th? .'! per . ents for fifty years, hut the Bee rotary of the Treasury aiter flve ysan will h?'\<* the option "t" permitting th? association to seil the securities at : rate not Kroat.T than |BCMM_O,M0 a year Th?- government may reserve the righl to redeem an. of the bonds before ma? turity, to h iy any of them at par for ih? truatees of the postal savin*.? system, i ; other.? lee. There wl 1 still be forty-five directors as In the original plan, and six member* ex pfltoto. namely, the governor of the .,?? Koelntlon. his two deputies, the Seer tar? .if the Treasury, the He, rotary of t ommerce and Labor and the Controller of th. Currency. Kaeh of the fifteen financial district, of tta < ountrv will eteet one director; twelve ntherr. will be elected by th?' shar.-holders, and these twenty-aeven will elect to the hoard twelve additional members who shall not be officers of tanks, but may he directors in them, and Who ?hall fairly represent the in dustlial, agricultural, commercial an?l ??f.er irtrrests of the co .ntry. The completed plnn also provide? that of the twenty-four directory ?n the I i|.er pr.iups e..t more than three mav he elected from any one dlatrict. As an in? stance, the effect of this proyislon would be to In it the ?fate of New York. Which has Shout one-fifth th.? nankin., capital of the country and which is th.- ?eat of the great financial nt'-rests, to four di r. ? tor;- aniens the thirty-nine who ar ? .?I. fed. In ti:*? .?r_rani7.ntion of the executive committee of nine members, upon which It has been said mu? h ??f the active man agetnent <?f the association would fall. OBly <?ne ,.f the fl\o elected member., (the other four being the governor of th? BSSOCiat-On, his two deputies and the Controller of the Currency ex-ofllclo) ma) i..- - hose?. fr?>m any one district. The win.i,. board ?.f directora may re eervi t.. itself any authority it .1.-sires ami is not hound to v..st the executive ??. mmittee wnh tun eontroL Th.- Original Plan provided that the ? governor .if th?? sssoctation sh-.uid he ! The Greatest Electrical Exposition in the History of the World Ends To-morrow Visit It heitre 11 o'clock Saturday evening, the last opportunity to see this wonderful Exposition, de? voted to the most powerful and most helpful force in the universe. If ycu have never gone to a great Exposition, do so now. See this superb Palace, roam through its vast floors, filled with a multi? tude of working exhibits. These intensely interesting displays show the manufacturer, the busi? ness man, tho housekeeper ? EVERYBODY, how to do their work with less effort and less expense. The lighting effects are the most beautiful and elaborate that can be conceived, and are alone worth a .?tit to the Exposition. There is a wealth of things to amuse you and to delight the eye. Electrical Exposition and Automobile Show New Grand Central Palace, Lexington Ave. and 46th St. Quintano's .Q a -yj ijp j^j Full Report, of World'fi Chaniplon.hlp Serie. Great Venetian Band lu*- Vl- TO !I ! ? '"? on 20 Ticker, and Several Larre Board. Be .ure to >ee th. many exhibit, of 77ie New York Edison Company_ me "At-Your-Service" Company. A tnmt cordial welcome Is aaoured all vi.itor.. appointed by the Prealdenl ot tha ?n Btati from ? Hot of nam< s aubmn hy the board of directora ?and -hat Preetdcnt should ateo bava power to m,,yr ou governor. Tha ?revleed plan ?rv?" the riRht-*>f removal tn s t thirds rote of the board? a silt.- bank "r tr tal company, te fiiKii.i" tn mamb? rshlp, must eonfi to the sama standard aa national bai regarding tha relation <>f ? capital th" population of the < ornmunlty serves and regarding ?the rt ?erves to hold against deposits, and it must ??? form to a certain standard r?-"*.irdi nmlaal ons ?? "? ports. Tha modineatlon <?! th'? raaerva pro f-i? n is expected t-> make it more prol able for national bank- t" h'.id time t t hi ci mpatition nith tnial i ?mi nice, Hank- of all claaaes v ?n have i i ill ?asool timo deposita without reeer restriction ntil thirty ?days fn>m m turlng time, when standard recorves a be required. A provision thai II ition shi discount tot iiny member not??? and lit ,?i' exchange .h-imms out "f eosnmercl transactions is further developed m t Mu?, cf pravanting th?? granting ?,f loai ?m ?lecuritiea The n it? ai I bills el gible for dtecounl bj th?- as.??' ?'lati?-n s reatrlcted t?> such notes and billa ?of e ?change M IN "issued "i lir.uvn i'??r aRr cultui al, Industrial or i ommi ? ? [...s.... .ind n??i for carrying stocka, bon? or ?'th?-r inv?aatmen1 securities." Tl Is li terpretatlon will exclude brokerC not< t?,r carrying stocka. Hanks under ?tb provision, il Is mid, will la ?encourage . ? their auxiliary tooorvtss in ?COO merdal paper, matantl] ?convertible int intend of In ou) loans on tha ?stoc market Savings deposita In ??n\ ? t the I ? i the s mo? ' I ?be ?subject to thlrt daya' no?ti si and shal be ' ?? ??? "?i b; s reaen e of K) per i ant ?? thai required for demand deposits in th tame lot allty. Another new provision sp?cifi?e tha any local aaaoclati n may acaume ?am Ise the powers and functions of : '?'?aiinc: house. In this re ipi oi "'tie ex Isting leering houses ara expected t? become local aaaoclationi ah local an soclatlons will i>?? required t" appoint ex irs, which Is s development ?if thi n. emenl for local clearing houae ex? aminera, now l.nric; promoted throughout ntry. .lit;? ism of the Ural plan w?aa thai th?.!-!, was ?i" way t.mova s banl from an aaaoclatlon it I n<; been nro vlded thai s local aaaoclatlon may sus? pend a Lank win? h falls ?to maintain its reserves or comply with ?.ther require? ments ??f the law. li is nlso provided that the not?? issue .?f tin- aaaoclatlon shall at all timos he covered by at leael one-third In gold ot other lawful money. An) notes, how? ever, laa-j d m ? v? ?s-- of 1900,0 ? i'.h? ;? b* ??over' ?1 by lawful money in full "r pay a special tax at the rat?? ol i ?; pe? cen? a year. Any notes Isaued in exceea ot 11,200,000,000 not covered b) lawful money will paj a tax of "> | ? ? !.t Mr. Aldrich, In transmitting :ho plan te th* <'ommissi?.n, S?i?*1 that tho system ? .f reserves and tax.-* provided is ex pected "t?i insure the maintenan? s of adequate r?**serves by the association an?i otherwise to provide aucb ?fffective r^?u latlon Of discounts and note Issues as would enable the organisation t?> respond promptl) al all time, to normal or un? usual demands for ?redit or currency without ??ancor of undue expansion or inflation." ' OPEN FUSION CAMPAIGN < nnXtnneri frrrm f?r?. p.r i keep the i??' mil.?; ??' this disciple of Epi., ; fetus ?i might." he ?.aid was hi* r?.?in ? for eilllng attention to this fart. Mr Mltchel h Is., read from a St _*???*.!_' ni g morning, paper that th?. budget th't vc .r would be |S15,0#0,00l Not -?-ho, he gad Mr. M< -\n? nv ?nd Mr. Prender. trott on the no. rd ol ..stim.". aald Mr, Mltchel. And this promise I.'.rotigh president WcAneny and the Controller afterward ?onflrmed "Fusion Members Umted.'' The board stand, six Democrat? t-i two Republicans." the Controltor UM "but I am glad to say that, alt! s..me of US have differed at times In thi. administration, on every gre.it q that has come up In tta sad we h. e , i been united ? mean the fusion memler. have been unit? d ' The Controltor added that never . Bin? ?? be had taken office ha?; the c llcan organization ?-ought f.. ?ay h ? BtauM VOtS on an?- rpiention. il.. ? oatrasted this v. kh ' ny ex. ? friend the |fay< r, wh?. said alfti SgO that ta had been tr' Isg to a ? ? pai tlssn i Htlea . our ? H - ? Thal doeg nol I ? i aeH." s.ii Mr. Preadergast, 'with the tetogruM he cent to Al thai ?'..rt-r was at stake, when ._ wai It: it . in which he appealed to Desto? cratic eenatora to stand by a n? rm I Mayor of New T< k " Mr. Mi Anen. ; . In this i unpalgn was the r? i on?"': "Shall we have Tammany l .-: ?.' hid ?.' ?? can k? He referred also to the d fest aid made ? pies thai tta candidat? | the Assembly Indorsed by the ? forces should'be elected, aa thalr ?lofent [ would mean the passage >?f the charter this vint. r. He gal 1. The fusion > onfen ? ? ?u ? . mi rabie ticl with ever) allowaaca tor hoaeet -nffer encea of opinion upon th? ch le ? - rotate, lei m** repeat thai th?- .tieloi -l .-? Imtrabl. ? omp eeo an I .is ale? I oX s : , ai an tb? ala* I of I saf- AaeemNy, Mr B?ldala in? , baa long training In rue public servi? ?-.?.., . mi ng bin. for the bench, and la a splen.iM ex imple of the *?.rt of a man the Dem.. - ould put forward at ? , time Ml Hliearn ha? proved his worth people, as well as his skill at the bar in man. an actl n t_k**n with rei to the ''?'? rests Mr. ? _ h>en chosen wyh reference to ill* well tried qualities, and Mr Hopper ?nd Mr Mathe** gon are conanlcuously fitted fr'r the 1 tor which they luve been named. i.m ?a hupe and confidently expect that t . [orltlea of two yeart ago will hold firm to? day. , NOBEL PRIZE GIVEN TO OCULIST. BtOCktalB-, Oct. IA Tta Nobel rrn? ,n medl Ina has be?n awarded to Prsfeaaar Allver i : ul iti and, of ? ? tsedl* rine -if LTpaala University, t'paala, Oared?*, fop reaearch work in dioptii b in c . :. - i_ Btudj of the ?j ?? The Seventeenth Century Dining Parlour A N alluring model for * the modern Dining Room is the sunny Eliza? bethan "Dining Parlour" which, with its coffered ceiling, Oak empanelled walls and wide embrasured windows, was used as a Living Room when not needed for the actual serving of meals. F or its plenishing, recourse may advantageously be had to our Reproductions of XVII. Century English Furniture. Among these are such characteristic pieces as the sturdy Refectory Table of hospitable proportions, the Court-Cupboard with its carven panels and turned bal? usters of glossy dark Oak, or the cane-backed Stuart Chairs ot Walnut combining com fort with a spacious dignity. Furniture Cfompany 34 and 36 West 3 id Street Between Fifth Ave. & Broadway New York The Four Contest Prize KRAKAUER PIANOS selected by The Tribune are on exhibition at our VVARI-ROOM, 17 iiAST 14th STREET On account of alterations in building we are now conducting a special sale, having reduced ptices materially on all pianos. Call*and convince yourself. KRAKAUER BROS. - - PIANO HAKERS RMTABi '.-ni P taaa HM.fcljni ?MS ItrlMSlm M Hron\: iifltli St. and <;?prftt *???