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T*>-d-i.y nnd lo-morr.??. fair; modfrali l.rUI. north?.?t wind?. NEW-YORK THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Hi. 1911. -?-?.-r-.T^.'.'? ?rw*a-r*I"-J ,r<I*'X*"T ?la tMv ml Maw Xe?U, aMeameMveantbhnaobun ?TWELVE PAGES. ** PRICE ONE CEN?_"*____**_* ??rK*TS M MAY DELIVER CHINA TO REBELS New Premier Will Ascertain Pre? ponderant Sentiment and Will Be Guided Thereby. AMERICAN REGIMENT READY Washington Virtually Decides to Land Troops Near Tien-Tsin Wu Ting-fang Vainly Asks American Legation's Aid. Cable '" The Trltun? ' Peking NUf. l'V--Th<? "Official Ga rette' y? -ti-nlay published Yuan Shlh kai's thanks f?>r hit? appointment as Pre? mier -**? ' ?JWflOMi notification ?of his ac? ceptance ha?i ?baba voucheafod, It is known, howetrer, that he had mn<i?' bM a? Oeptance conditional upon : nf the unqualified ?support <>f the Rational Assembly in all liis a? ts. The ? thai thereforo Openg of eiu-r I ?rameutai action lg particu? lar!? pleaatag, eapedally t.? ?orelgnera I have U ? blgheat authority for gay? ?tag ?that Toan Shlh-kal is planning to on and ? "*if?-r with the toad? the ?fentry ;?nd prominent men from all country for the purpoee ? iiiininK whether the people want h -? ,1.1 or ?i ? "institutional monarchy, and that tin Rear ?Premier will be guided ? pond?rant sentiment then ex Peraonally ?he is otrwDtrly and ly in tuvor Of a < (institutional ? rgantatng the government he faces loualy difBcult task, and his IOC?geg is ?by no mean?? certain. ? ?are thai the widespread ta? on tin- ?'?mination of all Man ?: idministration will prove n which his ship will split. Tuan'g i?nmi'li'ii? control in Peking is j i by the tall gaport <?f the north trn army. . - ? ? eu.] Waehlngton, N-iv. IS, in accordance with the protn o* ?arranged at ?the con ? ???? B iz< r aprlartag by ?'hina foreign powera, by which ?the ?t? ii to take ?so gray communlcatl? a ?be? ing and Hen-Tain, i.. ing tl ? I Btatag ?to ?bina g regiment ol ?Infantry Philippine Islands. ?rtood? will thg sum?' purpoee ?In tioti to the number of soldiers ible in the orient. ?Ordere f??r such ? ? rat of troope hat ?? nol Man . ? . thg War 1 ''?! artrnent, . ? General Bell, commanding the f?orceg in the Philippines, h.is t it?? be in ?readlneea foe an lection of th? ? ? ? ? .. ?China will ' left to his tion. it is ?probable thai troops Juat ?entering ,ilmi tts? ir tour of duty in th?- Phllippineg win the purpoee. ?j ral regiment? at ailable In the is! tranapon ?Sherman la being held at Manila In eell for ?Chin v t ... oment that the order ??? laaued the ?maintenance of g marine ; of ?one hundred men (onlj i*eeently i to two bun ?h'- United Btatag has never ??* the I'M Ills'Si "TI t0 keep ??; >n railway c?ommunj<**atlon? and it baa * of ?other nations, prin i-'r m-??? and Japan, garrtaona atom m lien-Teta to i'? it ts now Incumbent ? t.-s ?to perform its . ty; hence the dedaion to ... troopa I -?? plemrat the ? ? tb< force to ?be dli - 11 be limited to one ?regiment ? '?ii that tin r?' is no n th<- part ?of th<- ?United ? of indulging In ?any ? "ii in ? 'hi' ' ' ?lit;!?? . between the Imperial itionary ?party, As Tiea-Taifl li?-s forty miles up the ?Tlvef ? ?? | ?. " -I |g thus certain from water ' ?laimuni? ation ta th?- season, ?the Am? ri? an Ngknrat will ?probably ?be landed at the Port of ?Chin Wing-Tao, arhi? h i- said t?> be run!-, Icebound. This i--.it is on th ?tallroad util- i, ?through Tl-en Tain coming from ?Pohlng. and Ig about twg ? ? , red and fifty mil?-.- ?list ?nt from IheChlneae ?capital, it ?Sa aleo ebout one hundred mil? s goutheaat ?of Je-Jloi, which place would probably be < boaen ai a refuse ?by ?Um ?'hm.-s. Imperial family in oaae ?the thrown by the revotatJenartea ?Itaai Admiral Murdock. ? ommander in thief <?f tin- ?United Btatag Asiatic fleet, has trangferrad his Hai< fr??m the Rain ? ?ii" Albany, which Ig g smaller und Change! big hase from ?Shanghai to Nanking. As the Rainbow draws twenty-six and .m<i-half feet ?if **-ater and the Albany only sixt.ei troi the ? i angt g ig nade to enable the <'ommand?-r in ? hi? f t<> pro ?"*d up the Yung-tse River TERROR REIGNS IN NANKING General Chang, the Viceroy, Rules City with Iron Hand. Shanghai. Nov. 1.7 \ veritable reten of terr-ir jirev.iiis in Hanking Chang ', ?JfTi-chun, the Viceroy, is ?lom-inant and ha? ra?t restraint to the winds. A svs- ' temati-- ?earch is being made for ?Chi ??-se who bava ?liscar'i.-'i ?their ?sueuea, and an found an- ?beheaded The Pvrotutlonarlag ?bare an making v'l'?rouH preparations to attach Nan* eUUOJ, At a meeting last nlghl voiun- , Coatiaui-d on ilmd ?., ?x? VIAN SMIH-KA1. Wim has m <-. i.t,-?l ti).- l'r.rrii.-rsliip o? ('i)in.'i. ?and who may turn the pmnrtr iK.-tit over t.. the reb? Wm ABLAZE FIGHTS " OFF SOT Hi DIES I Squirms in Agony Out of Wraps/ That Would Have Saved Her Life. RUSHES TO STREET AFIRE Finally Falls as Man Reaches Her with Overcoat and Expires on Pavement as Crowd Looks On. t!n| away those wh?? trn-rl to <*av ? her life, Mrs. Muy Carley was l.'irri?-?! : ?oklyn late ?.'eatarday ;?f- | t. ru< ...11. ?She ?became frightened when] othea (?aught Are, ?nxi although ! tiir??e persona tri,-?i hard t?. beat <>ut thr? flames Mrs. Carley broke away frotii th.'iD tin?! fanitad the flames by rushlnir wildly about AI last she sank to 'he ; ground ui)<o)i.sci,.i.s and ?li?-?l .-"?.ii ilt?-r , Mrs. Carley. wlto was flfty-flve years ?iiii, lived \>ith her husband, John, who is in the ?TToflfee business. h?-r daughter, Anne, twenty-three, and a younger daughter, May, nineteen years ?.!<i. at ? N'.i. I.".."? Oarfleld Place. Yesterday ?af? in abe wi in the house when ehe started t<? cook the ?linn, r for tnlly Aa sb?- st.?..;.. .1 over ih ? st. ?v.? her clothing i<>..i< Are. it la thoughl ahe tri."l t<? beat out the flr? ' i ;t?;:. ran in a frenzy t.? | the sti .?h.- passed the second ; floor, Mrs. Schwartz, a neighbor, rap hold the woman and put Mr- Carley broke away and ran "ti down to tb?- front steps, screaming. Miss Helen Pitts, who livs In tha I,?,use. was lust entering, and us . ?on aa ahe saw Mr.*. Carley she threw pit the big chlnchUls coat she wai wearing and srrapped it about the rtctlm. M?.-. Carley fell to the iioor. ?and Miss Fitts tri? d to k.-i|> the ?"at "ii Ii' r. but t a frenzied woman Jumped t?> h?r feet in agony. Bhe rolled down the steps to the sti-?-??. ?rhere a frightened gno people -i.i and looked ??n helplessly. Plnally a man flung ??it bis ?-..at and wrapped it about Mrs. ?Tarley, who juiiij'.-ii to bar feet again as Misa Fitts yelled t" the crowd to get a doctor. The unknown man tried t<> hold Mts. Carley still, but she Jerked herself free, siui. b ; - 'i m the air, and fell motionless t?> tb<- ground. Some one i ?,i . ailed I?r. A. W. Black, ol No. 106 .i Place, bul a hen be ?arrived Mr? Carley v.as dead i?r. ?Scott also cam? ? ? ambulance from the Bi ?oklyn Hospital. Mr*,- < ;" ? band knew nothing of th.- tragedy until i..- cam? bom, for dinner. CORSETS HURT DIGESTION When They Go, Women Will Be Happier, Says Baroness. ? TI ?? Trll'iiii. | ? ami.ii?)?-'.'. Mass.. Nov. IS Baronesa i-.,*.-., head .>! the g] mnaslum I which b?-??rs h?-r name, is of the opinion ? that with the banishment of corsets woman's digestion will Improve and her disposition L.'-om?' much happier. "it won't '"? many ?/ears," says the ?-?aronees, ' ?*>?rf?or8 women will discard the ' for good, Look at the difference ! in the '?'- ss i'"'.?- snd in our grand? mothers' days, when small waists and ill health went ban.I in hand) Now the whole tenden? y ta toward the Greek I pe of beauty, ??n?i the waists h..v.- expanded ' marvellously. Naturally, with tha ? Latlon Lett? i. t ?? n la ??jet U i. the dispositions ara better, and consequently ut. lia?.- a atrongei and a rnore huod? I m mu? lot "f ??">< ?? ?? HIS $2 GONE--HE SCOLDS Yonkers Socialist Candidate for Alricr nian Berates Voters, i ,|,, : ,i. by a. knowl? dge tha ? ??pendlt-Jia i ,,f ti?. vuin of W for tha putimnm ..( trying | te ' onv? it <! - " '""' ?' ? ii.. production ol ?all n,at ? ,.,. h. , ,i foi us? inst? a,i of for profit would lie |.' , moranrtum was ?i- ..?..-it..1 .'Ity Cl? rk al Y? iikerB by .1! (1 -I. f. St? 'I ..hi' 11111,1 |c lick, t m ii,. ,. _ . Antadlluvl in vv \. iy I? i ? . Si ?a fork. : \ i ? I WIDE CIAD AS IN AKT US AS TftAMP Found Coated with Ice on Bag? gage Car Bumpers of Fast Train in Buffalo. SLEPT IN HUSBAND'S ARMS Couple Come Across Continent When Man Loses Job as Steel Worker in Los Angeles Woman Was Teacher. (liv 'Mametl te Th?- Tribun?? * Buffalo, Nov 1." "Beating" ?bet ray in iron's clothing acroaa tin- continent for love ?if the man she marra-I four months ?ago, and band from any friendship with her own sex, Mrs. Christine McWilliams. twenty years old, t?,?i into Buffalo early to-day on the "blind baggage" ol g Lake Shop- ox pnUt ?from t'bvclnnd with her husband. Then ghe was hauled from the ?bump ?r of th?- first car. where she ha?i been Ing In ill?- arms ??I "(*ass" McWIU lams. who tried t?i k?Mp his girl wife ?and himself out of sight when ?the rail road detectlveg came on them. ?Coated with ice and exhausted, thay wen taken from their precarloug ??oal tlon by the trainmen and ?carried to a ?Sag shanty Alter tin pair bad 1.n thaw, ?i ?nit, the trainmen ?began to ask queatlena. Th?-n it was that ?the ?Iden? tity Of the smaller of the two trami s waa revai? d ?to the amazed ?railroad? ers. The husband. anxi??us as tO the condition of his ?rife, aahed that ?they be put in charge of the i-<>i*< <- ta ?sal proper care IfcWlUlamg .iu?i big ?girl ?wife were Wall Dared for and then taken before Judge Judge and Charged With vagrancy. Mail led four mi-nibs .!*?> in ?Log An? geles to Chrlatlne Jamlaon, a ?pretty echool teacher, M? ?Williams had g ?*.-:.?<?<i job as g structural ?steel worher, Then came the laying off of workmen, among them McWillldma He decided t?? strik. f?r New York. Bui the small amount of ?money which gtood between Mr. and Mrs. IfcWlUlamg an?i gtarvatlon was out of the question or transportation. it was the gin who guggeated g method ?if trav.'l ?if which she had nail, and ehe ?Anally persuaded the reluctant husband to fit her out in gome of bis clothes, an?i together they started on the Journey across the continent. ?Prom Loe An? geles they went to Kansas City: from Kansas City to Bt Louie, then striking north f?>r Chicago, where they stayed for several days. ?Starting again ?they reached Cleveland. it was Tu? ?that they ?left the Ohio dty and lumped on the "blind baggage" "f an ezpreet train from Cleveland to Buffalo on the ?Lake Shore. They ensured more on the last jump iban "ii ?all the ?feat The coli was bit in.', the snow, ?through which the train was tearing at g elxty-mlle gait, ?cut their Faces, and their handg wer- frozen to i: ? ?iron rods, t" whl? h they clung for life The gufferlng man and woman were ?-?naked t?> the skin by waiter from the tender, end th? ir clothes frose. Judge Judge turned the cirl ovet to the ?Salvation Ann'- and euspended ?sen? tence <>n McWilliams, who ?took the ad ?. |i .? .,? ??he court and started -"it t<? look for ? mployment. MR HARROLD'S TRIUMPH Remarkable Ovation for Ham? merstein Tenor in London. [B ' ? ' to Th? ? ! -i??- 1 London, Nov. i?> -The rivalry between Oscar Hammersteln'g Opera lions.- and Covenl Garden took a new turn last night, when Mr, Hammerstein Introduced Orvllle Harrold, the Amerl? an tenor, as Arnold in ' "William Ten." Roealnl'a opera has ?been coneldered hopelessly old fashioned i? ?London, but critics were In clined i?- change their mlnda when they heard the new singer warbling Mk?- s bird In the highest ?pessag-es The tenor's acting too, vac marked by ?sustained 0 car Saenger's pupil made g rapid and complete conquest of his audience, and was received with outbursts of en? thusiasm and admiration. Maurice Re i nid and Fran-is Combe wen William Tell and Oeaaler, end Virtoris Fei n ids ? lb ni Impreesion as Mathilda I? was, however. OrvUle Harrold'g night and a remarkable ?personal triumph ,"i ! im. HELD FOR ROBBING HOSTESS Englishman Charged with Theft of Woman's Jewels. Minneapolis, Nov. IS Wlbtrei Stuart ?h< Won i 'i'k i. i-1 t.. h? g ,,,, tnbt r ef an old English family, end for some time ;t 1? -a.? r in Minn? .i,.., :..j:,l drcles, i?? ln Jail to night, charged with stealing fr-?m Mr- ? ?lira Hsskell, a prominent Ulnneapolli woman, diamondg md other Jewels worth (3,000 l?i< kason, who tad ?been ?itaytng .-it the Haskell home foi som? time, d?snled the . barge \i. urding tn Mm Haskell, ?.?. ben 1 from ii i?-<???i''i??ii "a *r?i.?.i.?v ..'?. bar Jewels In s glove and iii.i them ?? a? Stil Hi" m.itli? - - ?,f li.-r I?..,]. ??| lo< k-"i sround,' aid Mrs Haskell, ? ,i,?i -iv, Mr. Dickason itandlng in ibe .rwaj I ?knew im ?had seen me putting in.- iewela swej However, he made ?only ine leu aril end walked d? ? i ? in i ?i? k:i-"ii t??! i? time was , ngsgi .i in ?,-per aii-i magasine work The Jewels , ,,t i,. ?n recovered in Jail ii ". hi i'i f"i lavesttaetlon, Is i;? ... , Haskell on ol Mr- oil n ,?ictll ,-,,,,! ,,- \, i; Haskell, no? of Washington, <?.i in? i h i.wn.-i <-f "The ?Boston lb ? and still earner of The Minn? Times ' and i-->?; own? r with I Mlnneap Ils Journal " i, , .,?..!, f;iii" r. II . ? h , ,?..ir Nottingham, England, end i,. . | Dicks on i,i i . ?,,i ?., in ?? in- ?"'? -1 ' go? .i standing ??f ... Motor ? 'I'"'' ol England snd othei ii. i ?? ? .1.1* . ,. it,. Jewels Mi- n,isk. :i has . une i, weis i ?fore." W-rkaeo? eali to-a|?hl -g| n ?g-rreeted > "? kepi m .?a ,,,, lwo on ?ueptetoo iad t bee ,, , ?'.iiii ,i ? ? ' ' '?' found hei |ewel ' ? l> "' pul them i,,: ?Mfeks ? '? ; 'i'"'- ghe has done .,,,?. ii,ii x- tin- lima end they nltl nut? i? v. |] i. i' ",v*:"' ' ' hot " J. B. Claxton, the new Federal Commissioner of Education, favors Riving pupils instruction in the im? portance c-f right conduct. Read the interview with him in next Sunday's Tribune I_l| I FALLS MQ?? HALL PARK; 3 HURT - i ! Woman's Warning Scream Saves Many Pedestrians from Injury as Big Maple Topples. 'panic calls out reserves Noi?e of Crash and Rumor of Fatalities Draw Big Crowd, Though Bridge Rush Is Over ?Cause, Excavations. ??no of the two an i ont rnapks that . h.'iv.' fur so many years Sturdily he!?! their groun 1 in the .-entrai graas plot on I tha ?Park i<??w Hide of city Hall ?jUipped its moorings last evening, and without .?-" una h as th.? groaning of a single root : f.-ll with a ?rash t?. th.- sld.-walk into the i midst of a i-n.wii of s< urrying |n-?l?-s- ! tri.ins. Three persons w?-r?- kn<>< k?-d j ilown ami injuri'il .so badly that they had \ i to 1?- taken t<? the hospital, and H' or.-*? ..t I others miss? ?I injury only by virtue Of a I good deal of hick and a vigorous s-.Tam ! lile lato til?- str?-.-t. The injure?! w?-rc Mrs Catherine ?Sul | llvan, forty-iiv?. years <>1<1. of N'". 4?.?1 1 Pearl atreet, who -Aas bruised about the lebest; Ralph w. c-irn.ii, a clerk, Btty . one years <?l?i, of No. 206 West I08d I street, who fgoA a deep gash on the head, and his eleven-y?-ar-oi?l son, ?Ralph, whose right ankle was badly sprain?'?!. ' 1 All three were put Into ambulantrea and ; hiirrii'd to th.- Hudson Btreel Hospital. Til?- accident occutred just as th*? very :,i-t ?rtraggilng cromaa <?f the rush hours w.-re making ?tor the ?subways ami the ? i.riiige. Til?- bootblacks ami news ped? len whose stands de. ??ra?.- th?? south i. nee of the |?ark at that point had I locked up th?ir estahlishim-nts an?! fODO, and luckily ih>re was n?? congestion at ? that point t?. Impede th.- crowd into ?which th- tree fell in their panii-k. Paps for safety The single wanting was tin? high ?keyed m ream ??f a woman, who in passing looked up and saw the u'r.-nt in.i|.i.. ahuddering ami swaying above her. Men, women ami children took on? look upward mid then struggled to get .ut., t!." str.-.-t. which they rea? bed Just as a deafening crashing ?>f limbs ami a rain of twigs and branches fell shout their ears. Th?- noi.sii of th.- fall of the giant ?odd t?- heard for blocks, ami as if by magic a ini.i. of a thousand excited persons gathered. At the point where the tree fell th.- ?ark is ?badly lighted, in th.? ex? citement, Intensified by shouts that ?jo?me one was kilted, on., young man kept his head. II. was John II. Hall, ?if No :*?>7 ?West loot h street, end he dived into the broken tangle ?if limbs near the fen??? and began pulling "tit th?- three persons who ia\ ?m ?h?' sidewalk ?Several patrolmen from th.? city Hall station arrived in time t.. assist in th?- work of removing the Injured. Ti..- continual ?gathering of bigger crowds had packed humanity s., densely ..Pout th?- fence that Lieutenant Kelley, of th.- City Hall station, sent in a call for th.- reserves. Thirty men uml.'r l.i'ut? mint Ki-nmy, of th?- ?Zllsabeth atreet station, reaponded, and the jam was soon liroken up ami the ?lirions dis. persed. With tin- exception <>f those tak.ti t.. th.- hospital do one could be found v. in? was hurt. Th?- tree that caused all th,- trouble. ?a.:' tii. ..??lest in th?- park was a maple, marl, sixty feet in height, ami was planted long before the. remem? bran? >? Of ? 'H Hall's Oldest attach.'. With it.? nrit. . whl' h still stands, a few yards back toward tin- hall, it was ?>m- of the f. w remaining veterans ol th.- perk it appeared t?> I??- in a healthy ?condi? tion Th? police think that th.? exacavatloni that have been ? allied <>n in th.- Street a few yards ?listant near th.- elevated en? nan ?? t>. th?- bridge may have weakened tie- o|,i tree's grip and brought about its downfall, a crew ??t w.I ?hoppera were put on th?- fob half an h.mr aft. r th<- ac? cident ami th?-y quickly cleared away i th.- debris. I BEWARE ETHEREAL ASPHYXIA1 ! i Rodgcrs Says It Caused His Fall, and Has Killed Other Aviators. ?Jena, Cal., Mov. IS - "Kth.-r.ai as? phyxia" ?it "a..ilal s<>mnl|.atl.y" 1.,- what ilth P Rodgers, trans.-.,ntlrieiit.il aviator, declarsa attacked him when he fell neat ? ?xnpton, Cat., last lunday, on the last tttghl Of his 'citISS country trip Fur? thermore, IWtdgsra assois, this Is un.it ranead the deaths ??f many other aviators "It lurks In the pocket*. ..f the upper air strata." he BSid to-'lay. "and ? r?-?-p.s irr. tipon th?- sansaa ..f th.- a.. ? lulling him !?"" drsnray tm?t>i>nsdoiisnssa "l hi-iieve this sain.- thing ??? i aw- eaueed the deaths "f Ar? h H?oxsey, Uaiph .loim steiie, Bugtms By and a aumtwr ?>f r-thera Who have fallen to their ?1,-atli by losing i ,-uiitrol "f tl'ilf 'raft " ALL POWER TO THE DOOLEYS. ||tv T- U*P i' !i '" '1 I" Till.'in. I Pbllsdelphls, Kov II Tin... alstera ; w.ie nialil.-l t" 'lay at the sain?- Hin,. ,-,1 ' ,, . i;,,, ian ' ! itholle Chun h "f Our Moth? r ! uf Borrowa t" thrss fining m?*n who baveJ been ehum stni a I ski lt?ood ti .? thiee young w?.in--ti Weie Anna Regina, Mary .;. ,i id? und Helena ?Hildegard? Dooley .???,, night tu.' three COIiplSS Mai tel ,,n a| 1 ,,,i,,t honeymoon, ami ofhoo they return , the) win i.-xic in h thrss fsmlli housa ? - RECORD COLD IN MINNESOTA. .luton, Ml"" ? Hot II A ii. A , i.lri : f,., the lnl.1.11.- "f N"V-ml., i in t|,|M i.L-a.i. was rnade UMlay, whag th.- g??v,rn ! I,i? til til-lili-"tu?-?? " r^Klst.le.I _?i ,|.k,e,B i |.,|ii>\ /?-i ?. in THRONGS SEE M OFF BUOAOWAY Police Hammer Away at Doors of Alleged Gambling Resort for Half an Hour. PATRONS IN EVENING DRESS Three of Twenty-five in Finely Furnished Place Arrested Another Raid Further Uptown. The ?police raided last night what they said was on?' of the finest gambling houses in the Tenderloin. The descent or. th?- r? sort was made just as the crowdg were leaving the theatres. an?l the noise t.f the raiders and the clang? ing of the patrol wagons drew such .1 throng that ?Broadway traffic was tied up for a time Lieutenant Backer and Mi numbers of th?* "strong ?um'' squad gmashed tiown ?loors for half an hour In ?? ?place in 88th itreei, just ??ff Broadway, l?e for.- they ?gained entrance to h beautt fully ?furnished apartment, where they said they foiin?! many men in evening ?l'.thes playing ?roulette, far?? and other ?games of chance. Meaawhita, four i other detectives gt?Ood g?iard at what was said to l,t- a secr?-t passage leading i-? i restaurant, for fear some Ot til? quarry WOUld Ret away The hoiis.' vas said to he run by J"hn ?Freeman, whom the police arrested as ?the aii?-u'?-?i proprietor. Lieutenant i'.-? ker drove up quietly with six men in an automobile and sent flv.? ??the-rs who were ?Standing about the streets to the ri'iir of the hous?. Four m?-n ran Into ?the r-staurant and ?Stood guard by what was said to ?be a suspicious ilo??r. The lieutenant walk.'d up the stairs and rang the hell A peep hole opened. "Nothing doing." said the owner of the eye that ?looked out Use Axes and Crowbars. ?Sachar and his ?man started right in with ,'1X?'.-'. ?Crowberg and sledge ll.'im merg Tenderloin crowtlg uro so used t?> gambling raids ?thai th?-y regard it as par? of the day's gxi itt-m.-nt nowadayg hut this MM attracted attention OUI of th ordinary, a large part of-thecrowd was compoeed Of mothers, slst? to, ?daughtera and gweethearte ??umiiv: from the playhouses. ?Once inside the "parlor floor*' d??ors of the familiar looking four ?Story brown stone house. ?Becher found himself in a Vestibule. His men smashed through double doors with iron '-??sinus, and bad a liarri time doing it. They fouittl noth? ing Inside save a n?-gr?* waiter, who ran t<> *h.> hack of the bouse u til a de? tective collared him. Th?? detectives ruehed upstairs, only to find two do??rs that must have come fr-mi the Baatllle They resisted all on? slaughts, no matter bow determined and li.'.-ker s'ft his men t,, splintering the wood caelnga. This was s-> effective that Some one Inside ?ipi'lie.l tlie d??o|-s. There waa the usual outfit - craps, i ?roulette, faro, hyronemus and th.? others,] bul iir mo?re elaborate than usual The ? ro.un iras ?handaomely furnished and tl!l???i with sbout twenty-five men. All were l.t go aft? r their names ha?! been taken, except three, arrested <>n three of the ti\-- warrants ?secured in advance from i ?Chl-ef Magistrate McAdoo, They were, besides ?Freeman. "Poker Joe" and "Jake ?Dealer.*' Th?- ?gambling outfit ami ?men w?ere t;.k-!i t.? th- West SOth street ?station, while th?- crowd ling-red. t.. the despair and irritation of the p"li??\ It was near? ly midnight before ?the poli?" had cleared Broadway. Another Place Raided. Before ?going to the Went 88th street ?raid Lieutenant ?Becker drove hin tour Ing car ?full of detectives t?? another al? leged gambling houae In West 41th sti'.-.t. just "if Broadway. ?He <ii?i not have an) ?trouble al this bouse, for as soon as he and Insp.ctor Hay.s ?rang the hell and informed th?' doorman who ?they were they were admitted. They ar? rested Krank Wills. William Busteed and John Haggerty, all of No. IBS West 1 It ii str--?-t. an?! William Fetuiell. ,,f X,,. 17?) W.'st i**th street. ,\t ?the ?Weal ?7th street gtatlon these men were charged e 1th ?being common gamblers There were no ?axes, ti" r? s.-rves. ii" patrol wagon. Kveti the per? sons dining in the Motel Hector did not know anything about it. And it was a little too early for the ?theatre crawda, The warrants in this raid, to.i, w?-r-? issued ii\ Chief Magietrate McAdoo it ?the instan??' "f ?'? man named Marshall, who ?fjgured In th?- other warrants. He ?gave his addrees as Ko ?M2 w.-t 78th 1 tirent, hot it was said last night that he ? vas ?not known there. -. MRS. VERMILYA 'NO OGRESS' : Says She Never Poisoned Any One Nor Attempted Suicide. Chicago, Nov. II Mrs Louies v-nniiya t?.-.iii\ made it??- Bret publie ?jtateraenl she [ || i"V,ii "Ut since She ?us place.I in <Ja|] , n ?charges of ?poisoning Arthur Blsson nette Bb* denied ?guilty knowledge of t.-n deaths that have oectnrred beneath ber roof m the last '-iKiite-n years. ?I never po-iebned any one," ggji ||rg \ . i t; |lyg "All th??:?-- Who ?ll.-l , SIUS ? > my home when thej wens pretty ?sear ,i,.n, f,,r- ami then ?ii? ?i ?m inv ?banda How tlwj ?fot pota d i don't knew, I ,?i,P,t g\r? it t.? them ? i ?ndn'l try to eommil suicide i didn't know the pepper t???"< brought lo m.- con lalned srsenle Whoa i ?go an the witness itsnd '- ' ?hall ?"*?" "" doing, i will have no difficulty in ?proving tha? I am not tho ? i have been pi-rtured, bul g rlctlm ,f Bhastl) Ii -i-u-.si.ini'. - " FIRST SNOWSTORM DISASTROUS. Ithaca? N' v ? N"'' '-'? ' ' ? ' Dewklna, ?>f Tallahassee, ?fia.? g ?freshman at Cornell, to-da* hail Ms first e\,?., i,.,?.,. w,,(l ?n,,Wi and whils walking en the campus slip?j??d ami fell heiivlh, gtrlktaf ?>n his n..?,| Hs ... ,,t th.- infirmary, ?suffering from , on? usston of the ?brain, but wiU recovar, \?, ThanKBgiving ?lli.r.-r without Ango? t'ira Bitter?, world renowned appetiser, ? x QUisltS lia veil. ?AdVt JUDGE MARTIN A K N'A I'I' Who savs I grave crista fa-ces the railroads. LONDON HAS 7,252,963 County Council Announces Pop? ulation of Greater City. [By Cabla te TTm Trit-in?- i London, Nov. Id. -A bulky ?yoliints of I.'.ii'l'in statistics has bean issued l?y th?' Loiid.ii County OounriL it shows that Qraater ?Lon?tlon has an area of ?.?'?'? square mil?-.?* and a population of ".-?">-, ?988. BRITAIN BREAKS PRECEDENT "Court Circular" Printed Abroad for First Time in History. ? iiv Cabla t?. The Ttibaaa ] Loii'lon, Nov. I?'. For tin- llrst time in history th?- "Court Circular" has been published out of th.? United Kingdom and has been sent t?> London 1?. wireless telegraptiy. it announoed that the King and Queen tett Olbraltar fo ?Port Said, OGDEN. UTAH. BURNING. Fire Threatens the Entire Busi? ness Section of the City. t)g?i?>n. Utah, Nov. 15. -Theentire busi? ness quarter of Ogden is threatened by fir.- t?.-night. Th?- |,,ss thus tar will ap? proach ST."?".? mm?. Th*? fir.- .started in the lv ? l.-s Build? ing, one of the largest struct;urss in the City. WANTS ALL BEARS KILLED Government Park Head Also Asks for Rangers. Washington, Nov. 15.?"The bear Is neith? r useful nor ornamental. an?i I ?suggest that Mr. Bruin be extermi? nated," said Major J. B, Hughes, head of the Etequola ami General Grand na? tional parks in California, in his annual rep ft. made public to-day. Major Hughes also is oppose.i to the at <>f aoldlera as park ?policemen, and he says: "On.- good ranger is worth ? dosen soldlers. The former is Interested In I ? successful administration <?f the park. wht-r.-as most soldiers '1" their work in a perfunctory manner, simply because th y ar<- ordered t?? do it." TAXI HITS TAFT AUTO President's Nephew, Unhurt, Goes to Opera Performance. Howard Taft, son of Henry W. Taft, the I'r.sid.-nt's brother, narrowlj es? caped Injury last night ?siten the auto? mobile In which he "as riding aras .-truck by a taxi. at. driven by John Mitchell, a chauffeur. The ac Ideal hap? pened at ?*? v.-nth avenue and '>x\<. street, aa Mr. Taft was on his way to tho Metropolitan < ?p.ra HOUM The Tait m achine was going south on Eleventh avenue about 8:30 o'? lock nrhett th.- taxi. ah. With Mitchell at tile wheel, came through 88th street, bound wast. Mr. Tift's chauffeur ???i not ?see the taxi until th?? ?smaller machine sh?>t Into Eleventh avenue, and by that time the distance was too short to avoid th. ; mashup. The Taft car shot ahead ,' Increased apeed In an attempt t.< escape tha taxi- | cab, but the two care met at the centre] ..f th.- cross strc.-t.s, the taxi striking' the Taft automobile In the ?rear and ? ?ashing th.- left rear mudguard Mr. Taft ?us ?partly thrown from his I,lit was uninjured. a hasty examination showed that n.? ..?ii..a-* ?lamage had been ?lone to tho machine, end, after he bad sssured him sell ol this, Mr. Taft told his chauffeur to have the cot ttpoitoi in time t.. tak< him hom?B, and went In t" enjoy the Op. It o TWO HURT BOARDING TRAIN ?Realty Broker's Foot Cut Off When He Palls. Mine?la, ?Long Island, ?Mov. L". Mich? ael J. Ryan, a r.-ai .state broker, ?>f n?>. :;:;t Fifth avenue, Manhattan, had his right f""t col ??ff while trj ng t.. board ?i moving train at Huntington this afternoon William Murray, of ?Mo. M8 w,st I2d str.-.t. Manhattan, who ? with Mr. Ryan, was also injur--?l. not ?jeriously. Thej wer. both Draught to th?- NaSSaU Hospital here. The nun tried t?> get on a I...ng [aland Railroad train bo d for Mew v,.rk m it was leaving the Huntington station. Ryan lost his hold on the handrails and fell under a ?at. and th.- win els passed over his right foot, s.v.ting it above the sakle. He also r**M*etv?td ?scalp wounds Mr. Murray reached for his ?*ompenlon when !??? ana him falling, and was him? pplt thrown fr..m th?? train. H. wounded about th" n, .?.? Tin- train was .-.topped ami the Injured j men place?! ?.n l?..ard an.! brought to 1 Mineo! ?. where an ?ambulam a .vas wait? ing at the station to take them to the hospital. WHERe TO TAKE LUNCH. And 'I. ink Hie In ? t \m, 11. ,m W )?,. ., il f Dewt) .v flonaCo., las Pulton St., .\ y A ivt. KNAPP SEES CRIS FACING RAMO, Government Ownership if f lation Fails. Commerce Co Judge Asserts. COMPETITION BAD, HE I Also Predicts General Wag crease as a Necessity a Fears Menace of Po? litical Influence. [By Telegraph ?r> The Trlhune 1 Philadelphia. Nov. IS.? In a renr ble address, that has caused a pre Impn-ssion among railroa?! men ?? city. Martin A. Knapp, presiding of the United Stat?-s Court of Cnmr to-dav t ?Id g large audience in the 1 ton ?Club of the Tntversity of Per \ania that g criais is rom im? whici test the policy of the government'* regulation systesa, and that ir it governmental ownership will be the alternative. This ?Tisis will DOOM 0 a generation. h<- said. ?He asserted that there must he a general wag ? r? ase f.ir all railroad men and for ? workers, that the present syst?r railroad competiti'in is ill advised, that the railroads should be p?Tmttt' make uniformly profitable rates ant Stray competition. It was the first of a series of 1 lectures on "The Regulation of Ii state commer? e." The second of t will ?be delivered to-morrow at 4:'K Ii?iust<.n Hall. The topic Is "Tho T tions ?if Interstate '"arriera with 1 Kniployes and with Kach Other." to-ilaVs diacourag a distinguished dlence <>f railroad otficials were pr?-: Justice Knapp was applauded ?nthin tically by those officials. He said in \ "I direct my attention in this ?Course solely to the agencies of r mere??the railroad*. Why should ri'-rs be regulated? The right goes I ?to primeval ?lays. Man In thus.- ti had ways of passage from one hun field to another, from his rude shod the places when' he found his flood ?his sport. "When man ?advanced in civilisai the right "f way was one ?>f th?? 1 Hx?d by encient custom and Anally law. Then came the establishment of highway and ?the street. It may well said that the street is the fuundati-r the state. "Government lin^? three imp??rt functions: To fclv? security t?*? to- ? son, protection of property and am anee of equal use of the high*. Goes Further than Henry Geoige. "Henry Qee-rge, th.* ?brilliant ami i altogether mistaken thinker, dactal on?'?*: 'What difference Is then- !,, tWi a mar owning all the land and OWnl al' the people' ?Tor it he owns t land he will own the people who a ?forced to dwell thsreoa.' i ?aasend th b) saying that th?- person Who owns t highways owns both the land and I people 'There Is an inherent right to .??u use of the bfghwaj i and the i ?great rallwaj ?syatems has not alter? this in the sligiu,.??t. n is regarded i setti.-ii. therefore, that the lai per must ?not be favored over ?the sm.i shipper; that communlUee may not su fer from diacrlmlnatloa in ?ratas; th. schedules may ?be as mlned^by the go> emmeiit; that r? hating and ??th.r <-\ Pi-.u ti' ?s shall be punished, and that Ul fair rates may ?be ? 'hanged. In th<- wis.loin "f our legtalal giving of ?rebate and special prlvilegi baa i.n made s criminal ?mlademeano its ?practice was oa???? prevalent, it I now us ?rare ?? s forgery ?-r ?burglary. ?nur whole national future ?depend upon ?the ?solution of these problems o Interstate ? "tnm.'r????. if ws are t.? g? forward the revenues <?t' thi should ?be sutfii i- nt ?to pay gu< h s ?retun upon holest taveetment that capitalina* ?bs attracted for the construction ?ata extension of ra-tlways and the ?develop? ?n.'iit of regions that await us. Th? nv? snues should ?bs ?large enough to pay : employes wages win. h Will make na? tional prosperity.** Refers to Government Ownership. i? was ?hare thai Justice Knapp spokg of the ?possibility of ?government owner? sh'o in the futurs :?'id that the i r the country'? developaaent through the rallroadg would be ?reached within the t'.vt g?n?ration. He said "Our method "f dealing with tiie rail? roads is still In the experimental I Vi.u ?students of this ?great anlveretty will knots the ?result after ?wa have ?passed on. i gee ssrlous ?dangen ta tho ?present condition. Congress is ?sota* stantly agBated Bo are the legMat ures of all th. |t ???? - ?fortj sta'e ?,?m mlsslons are errestltag erlth the sub je? t. There i- th- ?atenace of stuhl?->rn conflict between the railroads ?sad I --t two militan organised employes ?Finally them is a manaes ?>f political Influence. II th?- ?regulation which is n??w ?sought t?> in- iniiip' d shall i?e fouiui Ina da - ? li?t?', ?government ownership of the rallroadg is the only alternative " Tracing the hletory ?of mlhroad rata legislation, Judgi Knapp mid: 'The regulation of Int?ntate <??m is one of th?- nmst ?eommandlag ?ami certainly one of thg most conspicu? ous subjects now befon the public. The provision in the federal Constitution giving to Congreso the right t?> regulate commerce with foreign nations, ? etweea i ? -i and with the lndiun tribes, his . not ?>nly st?>?>?l th.? ?teat of past g.-iu-ra tlors, hut appears t?> be SdeQUatS for our marvellously changed modem conditions. "The ?bistOT) ?'f litigation l>ased upon ?this ?-?nsiiiutioiiai ?provision is iiiumi-* ' nattag The first ?ase t?> ?-.?me b.-fore the United States Su? reme l'ourt upon tin- subject was n?H r?-ached until Is::*, ,.i.? third ? f a ssatary ?after the adop | tl?>n of thr Coastlttltian I'ntll ls|?> only four easel cams bef?te that tsU