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S5O.HOO.O0D RAISED TO
Hrl COHON Cfi
Bankers Ready to Double Thi
2.000.000 Bales Are Deliv
ered in New York.
?
PLAN GOES TO PLANTE
Cotton Congress and Govern*
Conference Approve Offe
Which "Seems to Assure
an Honest Price."
-non in? olvlng the ;
I '.i limn? liai ???
? ?r til' hai
- amo
- ry, to $1
'"'"""?' teldaj !" '
?
C-fttt
fer? ol prominent be
hea
? ? M Thompson,
Idely known < ? ?t t ? -n hull and ape
l'fi r ' g, P. |
A '
? ? ?
v ? \.
Permai Cotton <
griculture
Joe? i'li
' ?ley, ili?? la?
?
' his city w
th, ? val il:
ahling ti.'- s.,'.
' his ? ?,lt,?li t,,
?
- ? ?', ,,f th,
-
?1
a i?a!?-' ... ? ? on, wi
?
??
ling L'pon ' thla adv
??? m? : will turn
hold. r?.-. who will give him th?' oppi
.
1" J.,i?':.,i 1. 1913, and
'
Farmer Takes No Chances.
. ? ?
e? the
th? - ? ?
plan h< i than
did !?? r : t inlty
lti','1 111
.. ? I by count
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?>mtni
-
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it from tl
.
??f ? r
I
,..n.i?,1 n0f moi
?'?u' t" ti
-
ght, ha
Believe Plan to Be Acceptable.
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? Imm?
.
i .i v1 ; ? ominei
-,
cotton "
sidei
-
fine r?
?
-i pi ?'
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... r th?
suhml
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? pledg
mo? ? ? pushing s
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EARLY TRI?TIoR HYDE
Whitman to Ask the Court To?
morrow for a Date.
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rj.'h of the S
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ROB MRS GRISWOLD GRAY.
V
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Cassidy. Willett and Walter
Paroled?Will Plead Monday.
BAIL FOR EACH IS $5,000 j
"No Place in Politic.* Except for
Deaf and Dumb Men,"
"Curly Joe" Laments.
In \ho in-art of lii? hem stronghold, whT?? ?
the . power la ssM to )"? srantng, |
"Curlj Jot the Dsis-e-erstlc leader ><f
Queens and i.is alleged eo conspirators, i
William Wlllett, jr.. lately,a candidate for
me <"'"iti lif-n'-h in llie M
Judicial District and ?Lout* T Walter, jr.,
<?n.' of Passtdya lieutenants, ?rere arrested
on the charge of eonsplrtng to
i'!-..!ii..t.4 ami pro? ure Wlllett'a nomination
. H...1 beftare Justlee Townoend
Bcuddei in li.o .'..un Mouse. Long island j
\t the request of counsel for tii<> j
.?nul with the ec**iuie*cen<*e <?f
[?strict ittomey Do Witt, th.' pleading
-..i iiniii Monday, i "? ? 11 arss
?i each case, the bonds to
be furnished "n the day <>f rlen?iin.;
Whil? none of the defendants was plseed
? until yesterday, the) had been
red t.. m?.-?'t the Inevitable with com*
by th?* order ..f Justi(*e Bcudder, at
? Inn attaatton the da? tx
int? be Issued
? ?I the line of defendants end
: through the courtroom door a few
mlnuti - ? ??:??? ? .1 He o< cupled
1 n the prisoners' rail directly in
f"r..ru ? ? Bcuddei end settled down
fortable position for h man of
? indlty, with on.' f.. ?I el? vat? d on hla
kno" Walt? r Bat ? .h the i ten table,
unconcei*n?Ml Willen sat with
his con sel, i'<>)?.n?-l Alexander B. Bacon,
? from the others. M?
..-. dj ? Democratic Club ?tro'led
headquari ia t)i??
ratch the ro
gned i ? warranta and
torne) l" Witt then read th.m.
Will?ii tvaa formally charged with paviw,
nsptra -y, in his
- follows
? ? ice the delegates
idlclar) Dominating ?-?.mention
tober 8) to vote for s particular j?pr
oney.
i ? i inj-- t.? Influence the vote? of
delegate? to th? said con*. ? I
1 ? Mn?; the nomlna
I si ? -. of ? ?? Supreme Courl at
? ntlon upon t? r paymeni of
? ? .. nd D) unis*? f.illy coni
oula T. Walter, it-, and Joseph i -
?? the ? lection of William
Wi lett, |i . t?. the office o! Justice of the
? ourt.
Th>- Walter warrant charged him wirh
i money to Induce the delegatea st
onventlon to vote for a particular i>er
nd w-1th conaptring with the
other i??." defendsnta to that end Cassidy
??it!; u-in?; a conspira?
tor In til? ??? of Will? ?
r,.-l Bacon and r?ana Wallace, of
the latter appearing as counsel
and Walter, aske.i for 11m? ir.
??i-' to examine the testimony before ?n
terlng Mr WHleti Interposed to
at they oucht to have time 10 allay
? an<l read th?* papers in
the ?-j??. Mr WallaoB wanted two weeks
-, id that lie could not
? long and suggested that
pleas With the rieht tq with
? .. Btautory eirht da\s
Counsel insisted that they needed some
pleading, and aa Mr. Da \v;*'
no objection ?he court set Monday,
November 77, a? the dm?
? Th" t'.'i.'i will V>e 13.000 m ei<*h case,
be furnished when the defend
re srralgned for plradine." said Jus
- "Lier, "and In the meantime the
danta are ?.arf'led in rhe cuatody Of
0 msel
It || thHt all ihre.- men will
guilt) OB Mr.nda?- and demand
f-namination Tne alt-'-rna
? ... would be t" ws|vg examination, which
th? ? aaeg ilreel t" 'he erand
,1. and Waiter were heard dis-uss
?ni.' th? terra onsplracy" in the enrrtdor
of ii..urthouse sfter court had ad
If this keeps up there wont he am place
Ii pol?tica for snybody except a deaf and
d) "A man can't
How he want? to
?? ? without being called a eon
1 ? .- Mr Wtlett's friihd. ?aid Wal
1 talked for him. work?*d for him
>, get him nominated Tf that
? conspirator then ill <>f us are
conspirator? In American political life."
HOW TO HELP NEEDY BOYS
Dinner Speakers Tell of Work at
Good Will Farm.
rell known social -??'rker?
fr..m ' thi title? who si *
ted In the work which is
f..r needv boys ;.>d i-irls at
flood Will Fsr.n, Hlnrkley, M. and other
les with similar alms.
? 101 i. Pn
st th? 1."'" 1 lub, through
? ' :. I rdman
H Hart, dire? toi ol the child
welfai ? 1 ' ? I. ?v. || Sasre
rhal
1 \\ 111 Farm ..n a recent
? th? famllv unit
? ?
I cottages, with ??! "home
should
ma? ' red, aith 400
limit for ?
? '. I?] . ? ;. ree T.
? t-*r inklln P Bi Iggs, Lswla T. Eal
. - Btowi .
\ Hup
r !.?? ith? 1 1 ea ken
a
NOT TO HANG PRETTY WOMAN
VeniremarJ Unwilling to Impose Death
Penalty on Mrs. Patterson.
No?, i:. f -. 1 m j ..f mar
I her. i~ not a
Oerti e Olbson Patterson ?-in
: the murder of hei hui
ahol and killed on September
Ikine with lilm In a auburb 1 f
? . ? n
.1. nl\ i.i the close ..f to-day's procetr-dlngri
membei <>f ti.<- |ury stated that hs
, npose 1 he death p? -
If t?.. > Id? n ? sppeaied to warrant it
Will ? hallenged f"i ?
? . inn; ? . Impose
ilt) ..1? .. woman "in ?.?in??
1 mdered to the
!.. meet .1 ?r
?
. add?
FOR COMFORT IN SUBWAY
Guards Instructed to Use Special Care
111 Keeping Doors Closed.
?onthly
?? Inti 1 b-orousjh
.- Its empl
n ??? ?? following
:, on the
?
Now thai the < ..i>i ? ? ? % lard?
? <i ?' i"' - ?hould !... 1 in mind thai
patrona th? ? reates! 1 om
??. 1 |..i-?ii'i? n ?i,, front
? 1 -i n..- real door
? B via
real dooi ol th?
the from dooi ol it - reai
? .? 1. , ? ? itlon? B]
method >>( ? p. nil h and closing
' - III save the
??i having a
- m resulting
1 m) Instan? t-a :n , n< iraunta, gi l??l ?
1 . ...
jesse mm, mm
Banker's Son Will Fly as a Pro?
fessional in West Indies.
WIFE AND FAMILY APPROVE
Former Motorcycle Enthusiast
Proves Brilliant Pupil at the
Moisant School.
Jesse Beligmaa, ?-on of Albert J Selig
man. of Seiipman A> Meyer, bankers and
'.mkors. at N,, u Broadway, and :\ nephew
of i. n Bellsrmen end Henry Bellgmen, ??f
.1 & \v. Bettgman <*?? Cot, bankers, "f Me
l William Btreet, has become ? prof? -
aviator for the lor? <?f the sport and ?rill
??all either Saturday or nexl ?Vedni
f.,r the ?Teei Indlee r?-> give exhibition
fllsrhts. The young man has the approval
of his family In thus striking eut f"r hlm
Folf. and will tak?> With Mm 'ils Wife, who
wan Miss Mary M M.ixw.ll. of Wil'l.ims
port, Penn.
Mr Sells-man has been living now f,,r
thr?"' months, having obtained his ?.ero
t'luh llcetiM In Spptomhor. ?foreight year?,
until this last summer, he was an enthu?
siastic mntorcv, list, but the soaring of a
monoplano captured Ms Imagination and
h.. forsook his old love to become s pupil
of Andre tioupert, ?? From h tea?
the Moisant Aviation School, it le at l
grounds of th<> school, at Gerden Clt .
that Mr Bellgmafn has ?I"tv- moet
flying, though he t""k part In the in? ? '
held last fall at ?'anton. Ohio.
Ho will Ro first to Sari Juan. I'mto It:'"
and having filled his contract to t?. I
and at varions other places "ii the island
ho will go t,, Panama, where he hoi
ho the first man to fl> from the Atlai
th.- Pacific, followlng th? From Pan
am? he expecta to no r,. t*uba and then t"
vieil s number of other Islands In the
archipelago.
The machino h?- will neo ?s .-i Ifolaai *
monoplane, equipped with a fifty-horse?
power Gnome ??n-rin?' with thla aeroplane
he has mad" a. speed "f bet? ' and 7?1
miles an hour, maintaining It I
fight minute?. His ambition lies almoai
entirely In the direction ? f ape? d (
trip to the v.'ost Indies he ?ill go In for
racing almost exel lelvely, but on !
turn In th?? spring ho will try also for the
duration prlaea it la vet. possible, how
??vor. that his return will be delayed b) s
trip to South America I? .as?- dgt?
t"?ms .-fin be aatlafactoi i ? d
He has told his moth? r thai
not fro In for altitude, and it
say?, that has reCOndl?*d her to his I
.?f a vocation. But thla ?rill not i
him from showing his aud
In volplaning, which I ?? ??' ra consider
remarkable. H? - what thej call ?
?natural" fljrer, haiing started t.? volplane
almost us BOOfl as he i-'"t int?, the ?
Toung S'liftmnn's record at tin 0
City Moisant School la cons : laual.
He outstripped all the othei students In
teats for a II? ene?. ?-."'int.' up In
teon-mllo wind arid CUtttl
;iko h veteran, Thla ? i after only
five weeks ef Inatr ictlon. He is m
but not foolhardy, according tu hl
Btructor
"I'm clean craz\ s ?out It." he aald last
night of flying "As long as i don't try
for altitud?? my family won't objeel 1 ?
a? perfectly v\iiiinp I should go south to
f*\ ti is winter Mrs Bellgman will g<
mo wherevei I go Bhe ? ?
about the sport ?t Canton ah? ?rent up
with Harry Atwood. and sin?" then sbe un?
made short flights with m.? at Mine?la
The monoplane suits in" 1 I
the biplane berause it has mor?
n ? not ?o stead . ? ? - onlj ha f
the aurface of a biplane on wh I
but for th;,t v"rv r???
Id j-oysoss more s< lentille interest
-? 9
MORE DELAY FOR PACKERS
Unless Stay Order Is Granted
Trial Will Begin Monday.
CbtcegO, Nov B Further <|ol;.v in the
criminal trial of the likUct<Bd Chicago meat
packen until next Monday ?
counsel for ?ho defendants late to-da
the trial J'idc", George \ Carpenter, ol
ihe t'nlted states District Court I i i
i-uit. the flght to aav< th? ackera from
facing ?rill ahlft fro? i
, .,.,, to Wa Ingti rhei ? srlll be
made to ? btaln s staj or* i I istlee
of the t'nlted States Supreme Court.
Jwlge Carpenter stat.d owevei that
-.?!.-- i?., had received such s ?tai
l.v Monda-, Ik would 11 ? : ?
trf^i without further argumeni
Counael for th.- government, epparently
with the pu'po.-.? ..f
to ih?. delay, started to comment "i
u atter, vv h? n Judge ? 'arpenter Int? ? i
by sa-, |i t;
"You may real assured that m
order Is Issued th, rase will proceed Mon?
day
The defendants' lawyers caused son ?
pi -?? v appearing In Judge Kohl
?on li ompenj vv u h ,,, un -.-i r.
government and aakii -
entry of the order time th?
order granting an app h - Kohi
? s decision, also handed doe ?
urday, formally was ent?pred
Three hours after tlu?, order
Kol iuri counsel
for the ? ired in Judg?
? court, where the trial
I uled ?,, open to n oi r ou
1 lohn _ Mill? i iel I
? ,!?.. ? ,,, penter of th?
ludge Kol
in d? ? tep from the l
ration foi the o lit "f bet? -
vv ;,s 1st led ano ' ? ? ? !
aald
Legal , ? il from Judge Kohl
? In i he f.
........ 11. and conn ? ' foi
? Ives that thli court oui
- ? ? d with their trial on the In?i1? ti
while ? sal Is in the Bupr? m< ?
<" ai leaal no' until thai have
had an opportunit) of pausing finally on
valldlti "f ihe ' rlmli al provli ,f the
Bhei mai. n at la?
V'.'ir honor ought to atas yo n I n d until
that court I.. aetei mined theli
It is ,, u , ont? i ti"ti that the p? nd? n? :. of
the h p| -if., ted "i"-i atea ?a a i . y
and i i ? ?/enta thla i ourl from exei
ai right th? case until 1 he .-' i
? 'ourl i ... ? lings .?i" dlsi os? I ? i
il,,v. .
the B reme i oui t finally pa
n att? r, vv.. a>k that v..11 Bl ? ? .1
Ins th? trial until the appell ?nti
1? least of present?
.
r ins? I foi tl
ants, aft.-r delay h.oi been granted by
Judge 1 -o p. nter, aald that Ihe appll
for a ataj order from the Supreme Court
would be made before Chief Justl ? ?Vhite
at Washington, protabli on Thursday
ng
S. T. MADDOX, JR., IN HOSPITAL
1
1
j Son of the Justice Victim of DniRs and
Alcohol. Police Say.
Samuel 1 .1 luatlci
? I
I to the K
'? rda n." r, . dellrioui a? ordtng
from alcoholism and 'ii us At I
?r, ?,? k W..I.I rea? m? d Poll? 1 11? adq un ti 1
that Mi Maddoa I id an ettai >^ ot du
n m? ' ,,i his 1..i.1.. 1 ??
i:...ni,1 Idgt street Brookl) n Pati olm?
w.m r., Investit ..i.
.n ? a ? all
I .-h M
?
' ? ' on 1 di llrlou mil M.1,. Mi
I d"v 1? thirl 11,1,. . ,,1 ? old ?i. .
' ?- ? 1 ?. 1
'IS. HETTY BREEN IS
Feels Five Years Younger
at Her Last Birthday.
RICHEST WOMAN KEEPS B
?Tells of One Charity She
Helped Recently to the E
tent of $400.000.
Mis Iu-tiv Ortaen had a birthday rest?
nri'i on her own acknowledgment Ii
years older than the newspapers calle
when th.- occurrence of the. last Mr
?raa not?*-d by them The reference
agree In aaylng thai aha was bom "i
vember 21, Igst, which would mnk.
seventy-sis j esra old, '"it she
day that Die -fear waa ISM, -.i ??
ahe had arrived ?it the age ?.f sei
seven, end .?t thai f.'H Bve years rot
| t han a > ?-.. r ago .
within the last few years Mrs. Greet
often been reported In feeble health,
\ the Improvement In her oondltlon h
1..S. twelve months is Sttlibuted l?v Ii
' i ? ?sure to the a -ristatv??? wbJcl
been given her by her son, Colonel i
H. Oreen, who used t.. rnake his hon
but ?n.-.. the i ? gini Ing ??f
??..s had offlcee In this i It) .1 d h 1
mol hei "f mu.di of the bu
of management <>f hei property, whk
so large aa to entitle her to th? n n
1 he "rl< h? al woman In the w?
Mrs. Oreen has an abiding faith In
value of work and the
? moie potent than med?? Ine agi
the Ills of mankind, and so II waa a ?l
.. thai abe should apend her h
downtown sa usual, ettendlng to
Foi about a quarter
! centur) she hud her 1 eadq lartei s In
C'hemlt*al National Bank Building.
' was a familiar I 1 ire I ill customer
1 the Lank, as, clad In rustj black, ah? 1
me down from brt upstairs offlc
? rh.- late George ?;. Williame,
sras at the layad of the Institution du
? of her Btay with it.
Calls Her Son from Texas.
Nearly ? igo, for 1 sasoi ? s
I hav? :..-?. .-i become knoam, M
I auddenly transferred I.Bee from
I'hemlcal to the National Part Bi
? ". an upp? ?
?
tx -.?. ing und? i il., weight
1.. r ? '.n 1 si d responsibilitl? s, In str
' contrast with h?
h? ilth and enern, m h? n hei ?
. - 1 ? .(in st, to settle i'i >
York and la gradual!) the bur
? family 11? hes i? aras al I
planned ' y them to or)
'.. whi? h should be transferred
?.? hi? h n .
? ..i ih..intry, real
t?te, mortf ks and b
' ? ? . 01 approved coll it?rai other tt
1 ? ..i ? Btata
found thai the 1 rual 1 ompi
1 lan wai not feasible, and the w ?
company waa organized, with off!?
111 Broadway. to or? antrat? the own
lp and the mai
There Mr? ? In ? t of
?
fe .hi '
y -mit Ir, the National Park i'- na
dally habit
Ask? -1 If 1] ?? arnuld tell of ?orne u *
charity which ah? had done within the l?
? -
??? gtv? innn.-v nnd to ma
. big "h"W That Is not mi way l am
1
bout all d? 1 i I ?'HI follow th
prlnclpli
?
? ? ? . ? .-<l a hour l| r
I ? '
?i foi boya and ?ii la of ?
ge will- h 1 h . e h? Iped S1
bet a-eei
TW In New Tort Btate T
?
?
? I
? eded ? mplo
ira? the tx n< r" of 1
? ompleti ? ?ys and a
I .
Her Fortune About $80,000.000.
Mis. ? dotl Ro
?
? ? ? ? iii'i'i
try hi
I?) competen) |iidge? ..1 from *",".>.,000
form ?
. ? . the first 1
sraa quoted In an interview In Boston t>\
01 thi
"I - . ?tate Piral
REHEARING FOR E. M. GR0U
Justice Jenks, Once His Partner
Will Not Decide Case.
A ?? I i, th? ..;
of ISdwsrd M '.rout from the dectsio
of Ji ' ? am, of the Supreme < !oun
?
of curt ?? lubp?na o
the Banking Superintendent t" appear be
the Union Bank Im Mr
e did
rint? rid? u I
: m
'I he A p]
from the decision of Jus) Putnam thr.-.
I at a tim?
? 1 lenka ling. Al
1 ..... 1 . .
? rti f Id ut, h?
had i." right t.. take part In
' a ed foi
! ? . 1 1 . . !
a 111 also be .1 arred from 1 1
? d with
Mr Oroul foi merl)
'?' Orout ha?
?
. condition "f the Union Hank
?
GIRL VICTIMS ON STAND
Two Tell of Attacks at Trial of Frank
Brach, Brooklyn Youth.
nk Bracl Indicted on thn
sppi ;. r?. I 1 ?? :
I >ike .n the King ? 1 'ount) coui
'??? ? r i" I m made by
Ml , Alma Bopaner, who all?gea u..it he
-
? took the ? tan 1 and told I
?
? d 1 from her
clothing.
After M
.: '?
1 ied near her hoi
I
II: m who
:
... da
a
WF,TMOI.E AT NEW ORLEANS
Rhode i?l..i'.i S?-intu? li.uk from
Famnir:, W!n ; B Was 111
0
1 I '
been 111 f?i reral a
1 ' 1
BLAMES OLYMPIC FOR CRASH
Hawke Ought to Have Had More
Room, Says Her Commander.
I...nd"ri. N"' .'I Th- hearing h* 'he
? . .1 Mmeeqtience of the
? ?11 of 'he White Star Line steamship
Olympic with the British cruiser Hawke ??ff
the northern eoaal ??? the i?i" ot Wight <>n
Septembei tt wom resumed before the Ad
rrrlralty Ccrurt to-day sir Samuel T. Evans
prefctded. Th.- case for the owners <>f the
Olympic ctoeed thli morning, and th" coun?
ter case for the British gov?rnn?enl opened
wirh the teetlmony <?f ??'?mmand-r Blunl ?>t
th? ' rulser Haerke
Commander Blunt told "f the approa?h of
the Olympic and related that he had re
marked t" his nairlgatlng offloer that sha
omrng unplna?ntly cloee, at th<? same
tim.. asking whether the Hawke cooid not
Inhaul mor.- to starboard The navigating
officer replied "\"t until you pass the red
buoy." The position was "pre, lous uncom?
fortable,'1 -aid Commander Blunt "The two
re?els came toward one another until only
three-quarters of ? cable distance separated
th<-rri."
Commander niunt then cave the order to
the quartermaster : "Port .'?." Theehlpcoin
menced to swerve to port. "Directly I n<>
tlCed this, and 1 railed down ! 'What are
you doing? Port' Port! Hard ??port I' The
word? were hardly out of my mouth before
I realised the Im ? ? loclty "f the ????-.
\? ? ,.. N?, helm could st?>p her. At
that moment the quartermaeter loportad!
m Is lamm? d!' "
Commander Blunt then ordered "Full
astern, both!" and hi himself J?mmed the
iphs down, ?-" BB to make sur". Bhort
i thla the Hawke strucli the Olympic.
il?? judged the speed ?>( the Olympic to be
nin.'t."n or twenty knot- The ' miser had
been travelling ?I fifteen knots, but when
i, k tha Olympic her speed was onlv
? i_ht knots. Commander Blunt thought the
Jamming of the helm to bt due to the wheel
being put over faster thin the engine was
designed t,> run. He expressed the "pinion
thai "suction pure and simple" caused the
to turn to port He dented the state
of Olympic witnesses that the
Hewke's helm wes starboarded
Commander Blunl told of previous ex
luction affected the move
i. and was then submitted
t.re-examination He contended that
for na? Igatlon 'he Olympic
ought to i rr."i" room to the
Hawk" T .?liea.lv was hilKglng
the buoys, and was unable to glv?- way,
while the liner had a mile of deep water
on the other side of h.-r.
Lieutenant Aylln, the navigating ofticer
, ailed. He eatli it
" suction from the Olympic drag?-?**
the cruiser half her length from h"r normal
course. Much Inter? I vv.,- exhibited in the
ids ui>
the first official story of the collision from
the side "f the i.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
mima; tin: almanac.
i anael I ? n-.onn ??ti. .'. tt;
:
HIOH WATKR.
A M. I'M
M k . ? 22 C 00
. ? l? i 9 20
1 ??? ... 10..I?) 11 1??
WIRELESS REPORTS.
reported as 884 miles eaat of
?f<\ to
?-? .no mtlea east
........ tf thla
?
.'!- It.t mile.? ???.Ft of
11 ? t.". p i?i yesterday, i? tapected
?In? r.It
:NC0MINQ STEAMERS.
TO [IA?.
From l.ino.
Bi ttei lam, rVtrtt it. H?li-Am
S '11 i'?'1 Prar
?O ?ran B it inapt on, No-.- lfi v.. ?tai
N??? L" f<>r Atl
Kingston, N?n 17 Ramb Am
"? i etar? ' itlanssnd sTev li Be Ani
id. Nor 14 Trinidad
K Ingiton, N,v 17 r M 8 p
'it., Hm'h. Nov 12 .Kabre
"?'??? '? Vusrnan
-
: ? ? iltbrslter, v? n v ?; u-vi
u Mellory
I Nov lfi
Bn men. No?.- !? . . N r, ?
I " 3?. .All Trat ipert
I ? ??? vi , .-. \... i?, v?, h
? ?Vard
':.,'.' lfi Mtinion
-. , , , .-. i.? ~ Pa
: IB M
Me w ? ? ? ;
Tin RSDAT. ? ?? r 2S
?TMnard
B ? Booth
17 > riPR
0 . tt I i ?o i,|,,.. 4
? ' unard
- Vox IS
Kltll'V V.
U M trab Am
'????:? I, .V ? P
iv ll...Iamp ? H
18 Ri i I>
? ' S'ov 18 Pan R R
War,!
fit y ot A s ? 21 Rai snr.ah
I ? S'ov IB.. .Sn Pi
New ? is ? . Pac
'Kl Norte.OsJUSSSS, 188* 1".Ro '?*
??Irmas mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-I'AY.
Man Vessel
TasSll For Line ?-?osee f*1'"
M,. .tanl?, ?.roo!, ?'iinaid . t> 3? ? m ,J'T*m
phi?, I?, rjuayrs. R'<? DJjWaai 12 nom
Dur.-rtiin. ram. Hoot h ."'* "n ?, 55 rn
ganta Resal??. R da Janeiro. 10 00 a m U-??
rrlatobal. Rimini ...ll^am 3 "-??? p
Perugia. Naple?, Anchor . ,5,V.ilm
, Mnt?n7.as. O'lnnranom?.. Ward ?- li,l
Comanchu, J? ksonviil??. '"ivd?- ] <*J p "?
I Lampases, 0alv?s4ea, Maiiory?? isstpsj
THtTMIDAT. Wf-iMHF.n ML
n R'sshlngton, Brentsa. NOIa 9M a at i"^am
1,- it." ?n. a. Harr?. Freoeh 7 00 a m I?? oft a m
Celtic Liverpool, Whit? Btar * no ? m 12 on m
i;?,eranza Havana. Ward !? O? a m 1.:?* m
Patita Marta, Colon. U t Co ?:80 am 12 ^ m
licrtnudlan, Bermuda. Ota?*?? i <?? r> in .3 nop m
??far I. Copenhagen, S-A.... 2 oo p m
V'oltun . I'rnnl'.iin
? of >' i.o.ii.. Bavsnnah, Be? ?? "" I "
.?lerokee. Hi'inswik. 'ivd?- . -- I BB p m j
ntlDAT, NuVKMIIBH 24.
I'M?.- St Kltfa. N V & l-ein H ?X? a m 11 00 a it.
!? -' aismund. ?amalea. M V !? '?' a m 11:0o a m
Aiiiant-a. Crist?bal, ran R Rii-noam 3 on p m
? '?ini.auay. Tampico, War. '? '"'l m
Mohawk, laeks-.tnilla. Clvd?. 1 BB i- SI
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination ?rid steamer. Clos?. In NY. F M.
Hauall. FIJI '.lands, Bamoeo la'ands.
N?-w Zealand. Austral,a (via Vic?
toria)? Marama .Nov 24. 6:30 ,
Hawaii. Japan, rorea. I'hUpptnes
(via Pan tVTSBClSCe)-. I'?>r?1a.Nov 24. 6:30 I
Japan. Corea, i'hlna ?via S<?att>,
pa .. .Nov 24. 6 30
Hauall ... In San Fian-Is. i M??|.-an Nov 28, 6:.30
Guam, Philippin??? (via San Francleco)
D S transport.Nov 3') 6:30
Hawaii, .span, Ct-traa, .'hina, rhlllp
? san rranclacoi Korea..Dec l. 6 30
Tah'i. Msrquesaa ? ?>?.k Islands. N?w
Zealand, A'ni.ali? <?la BSa Vran
A .ran?! . - Vor 8, Batfl
In?.r.-n. . T.lr'.n. Philippin? ?vl*
VI torla) Empresa of In?!? ..Da? ?.6 30
Tahiti, MarqUiMMa (via San Fran. Isro)
Mart? i Dee 2a. 8 M
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York, Tuesday, November
21, 1911.
IRRIVED
Steamer Clt) of s? boui?, Savannah aHwam?
teean Ss Co, ??ith pa?s?-nn-?-rs
ai'.l m'dM Paased In Quarantlna a' 4 1<? .-> m.
Si amer San Jacinto rial e?ton N"??mr>er
Mallory Ps (*o wl'h i'ns??n?*er? and
mds?. Pnss'd In Quarantine ?t rt 10 a m.
I ., Boston t?. th? Homh?rn
nds? J'a??ad In ijuaranttn?
ll T :t." a in.
imer Joseph .1 cuneo (Nor), P"r? \n
tonlo November IB, to th? Cuneo Importing
? '.,. ail*] frilt Arrived al II- H.i r B1 8 IS
a m.
Steamer Ro<-h-,mh*?u . Fr'. Hsvr? Sovem
'? ? -l.a iv.mpa?nle '??neraln Trar,?..r.
lantifuie. ??Ith 3*?. cabin and 747 s'.-r-.,g?4
passenger? md mis. arrived a? th? Har a?
? [. in. ?J'.th
Bteamei ten i iBrasl M ?nein ?>?-tnh?r l?,
Parnambuco 'jn Natal S3, C?era 28, Maran*
ham '.'6 Manaoa November B, Tara 1? and
Barbado? u. to rr? Uojrd Rraziia-iro. with ?
t;.-rs. mal!, and md?e Arrived at the
Rar at I? 88 a m
Pt?"m?r Cherokee, Hr.mswiok November 10.
? th? Clyd? Ss CO, will? md?e rasse.? |a
?Juiiranrine a? 11 02 a m
Steamer Havsns, Havana Novameer '*?? 'n
rha s>v. York and <'?iha Mall P? i'o. with 63
paaaanaera malls nrvl ir.is.? Arrived ?t the
Ba Bt 11 ,S0 a m.
Blasmar sr,>r??ad Nor?. S\dn?-y C B. No?
'.'mhar 16. to Bowrtns * Co, In h?lla?r. Ir?
ai r ha Ru r at 11 ?0 a m.
Steamer Hamilton Newport N?ws and Nor?
folk, to ?h?. Old Dominion s? Co, wl'h pa?
.??irg-.r? -ir.d mdSS PSSSSd In Quarantine at
J ?"" p rn.
Steamer M'ldcr.kin 'Nor, Tarth Amhoy.
to \\".?????:. Do va I g Co, with mds? ?'????d
in Qua ran tin? ai ; ,*n p m
S'-.iiufi ooldaboro, Atlantle City, to th?
Atlant)?- Cltr Tiai'sporta'lon < "o. with mdse
i'iff If:?rhl?nd? ar i 20 p m
Steamer Mlehlsaa fBrl aatwerp October
81, ro .?-andorgon ? Son, with m.ls-. Anchored
i- Quarantine ar ? is p m
, i n 111 11. -? ?,. ?, in p III
r-fam-T i)r?nada 'Rr.. Tort Spain N-tvem
bei 14 'o th? Trinidad Shipping an?f Tradln?
rlth paasenaera and md?e. Anchora-d in
t 8:20 p in
Stesmer Qoldsboro, Atlantic City. I'.i?a??d
irantlna i ? a 26 p m
Hook. S J. No. 21 r> 30 p m wind
a-e?t-northw?et fresh hr??r?e, partly cloud-*;
n ?derate sea
BAILED
Bt? amera Monroe, Norfolk ?nd Newport
Rusa), Baltimore M?di?on.
a and Nswporl No?-? ''town of n'i
?arre , i*?-, T-'rldad. F.I Oecldant?, (Jalvea
ron. Andrk? I Dutch 1 Ha Mmor?. Arapai-.-.??.
?.'..n and Jacksonville; \merlka .;.--.
Hamburs: Rotterdam ?Dutch) Ro?t?rdam!
Cil f lav? ? war??, rhijl
flde'p?-i-i
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVBD
Antwerp, Nov IP o?-or?-ian .Hr>. v??- York
Hurhan. No? 2,, ff, ,.ra ,pr,_ N?w ynrl{ ftni1
Korfolh via Cap? T'?wn for Yokohama
Bl Thomas, .*' i 21, B a m Tarima .?r?. New
York 'or i.eme-ara
Bremen, No? 21. n a m Kronpiissaaala Oellle
'????r.. New Yor> via Plymouth and ?-h?r
I Mir?
Frenan!!?* Not :'l \na'o Meslcas 'Rrl, \ew
York via .ap? Towr
BhsSShSl. N' 21 Kan??? (Br), V?w York ?la
alflera ard Ifona Kora
Calcutta No- 10 ?J.-hrenr?!? .r,?ri. New Tork
: ? \ ?>? ? Bombar, ?4
?in?apor?. Nov 20 pa.-re .a??Ie .RrV New Tork
? I? A!?!?!? for Mm ni'a
Barbad?*?, No? 20 Ifasdalena iBr>, rrnithamp
rr-n !"nr <"o'. -. ! V?.-,- \r.r\
r.wa.. N-? 17 \- ens rital) Phl'adeiphi? and
N>w lorfc ? ia Nap'as
I'?!.o!n. No? Is Itail? 'Fr.. N?w Ynrk
-.. \o- 21 Mmn?hah.a 'Rr?. Nan York
Antwerp, Nm 2i i ?? p m Kroon and 'R?lr>
N?w- York ?la t?o\?r
BAILED
Nov 14 Monviae iltaii. Bfew York
falcutta, No? 1? R.ual Plinc? ?Hr.. R.?sion and
. ork
Msrsetlle? Nov IS R.?..-? .Fri N?w \, rk
Naplea Nov 2!. 8JO I t*n- '??anla (Ital), V??tv
fork
Han-hura*. v"' Is. 11 ",> ? n Patricrla .g?t>
N-rv York
| Barbados Nov io, i p m Na?ml? "i^r. .from
San'os and Rio da Jsnelro), ??lew Vorlt .
Tennyson ?Rn .from Rio ^? Janoiroi, New
York
Bhtelda, N?.? 20 Corf? Casi ? (Br), N?w- Toril
i tSSCD.
Gibraltar, Nov 21 >-r>rt ad 'Nor.. n?-w York
f..r Bar ll. "1 ?pd Ma ' .
Perlm. Nov 2" Kattenturm tOer), Calcutta and
Colombo for H.iiion and New Y rk 2i<r. Bt
Patrick (Br), Yokohama, ?He, for Boaton 'and
I New Y rk
AMUSEMENTS
AROUND THE WORLD
^m., ? I will ; " I .,.-,
M VI "AI -MMHIMi It ?? I.
?n. Indi ... ?f-ilvvard
l.??.. - ? iiiti?. 1th Mollea Pt-rtaree.
f 2_ r ?!? prlcei B?
M\\ni s ' it h a? "
ELLIOTT'S E ? : . Mta.Today.Sat.ftTh'ksg
THE IRISH PLAYERS
M Tod ,?.?.: .f th?
? tdlng 'he
'
inta."
N i:.\ 1 vv i EK'S I'll' 'GRAMME
.' ' Iv|l Th?
in" A
W'.'ikhi.irv? Ward i re '?
' ' rh.?
Fii?HQUS:
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
? OMEDV. 41-'. i: of H WHv
runt? Pulls the Strings
??lft?S|?.%?
h? WIFE HUNTERS
K-TGH?QCK
KTAB
Hoiun ..? ?_? i-, m Today. SO 11 :.??.
?A'A?ION T? ? Tills s ', v it
lHUIiiMi ira loada
,f laughter in
IHK
KID ?? limit
in? ?
?..., pnuiM : ' i ?
l> i LUrlf.il 2-18
-S ' vv "KtTK SIN? K
IV \\ iiK II VKI'.l'l IN * HART
lvr COHAN
? '.ills, Mil: Kit.
^ THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE
li..- stfa Wandet ??f ?i??- Werld.
iE BPRDEf
rat-- ?.U.UOM
CEHT?sY
i?? n ?i. : -li ?i,i- . II. gl ?" * I
i. ? i S'-.so
: -? Ina I
?Ji.i i _*?_'";
fl AULAu? O - m
I <i.i A ?KI.I-?- iMMiAiLl
I Eva Butt. |
Dei ici'n ' ! '
?LLnoLlJ _nd Bal I 18
- n ?\ in
?v/thrSLLH PETER ARIMM
PE^UOLIG
THE WOM ?1
K
haFMflCOLCR
i ..-?, i.i rtsiea ' OROR umv ?
It. Ml
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AMUSEMENTS.
Winter Garden [j^wS? .st
BIO *N11**? MUSICAL ENTERTAINME* T,
?VERA VIOLETTA"
with ?.uiij tVaalja ?nd th? Usai ?Wsaatavfal
Star < n*t F.ver Organized.
1AL MATINEE THAXKgQI ?'1X0 \ ' ? V
flg. V'C ,v'* " "' K ** "
UALT O Mts Today Sei ?Tbaaiksg'g
VIOLA ALLEN
with Henry Kotkei ind Bxceptlonal Company
ln THE L?OY OF COVENTRY ?
L? Kl? .4-1 W.ofBi Eva.8.1
TheDramaPlavsrs
IIKIItliH VVTI'a r gvea III
1,1 ''' ^TheMeverHomes
:t!ith si Thea Wth. near B'wsj Kvk? s 24
i ,: THE MILLION
< ??-iMi.H ???? E' ?? id \f? rodai s,- ri ta
^a4tw\B^ THE KISS WALTZ
MANHATTAN On Houm. ?< ? t h ,?. It h I
i ast'.We? ki E? ? ? Bhai p T< daygSai 2
?, SOTHERN m ,,v M.RLOWE
In Bhakeapearlan repertoire Pr1eea38c toSI M
Rai Un mie? ? _ ? v? fou !.::<.? It
\\ l ? ? IMi, 1 ?3th w of ?th Av Evgi I 18
r . . , i OVER NIQHT .. ' is
PHILHARMONIC
? S,,.?rl\ ?if \?vv lurk ^BS^
i?i?<K.l STRAN'HKY, Coaductor.
? tHMl.lt Util
Xltrhl \'ot ; ' ? : vr- Ko? 21
praralfal, it-ih.i? a ?.l-.-m. ?imn; i.,?,,i
Ertdai -;>?ll: Funeral Mareh from Mahlor
?ili ?i.,m >.; Rsethoreu, "Er?i<a."
? |3 Mai i oudon Charlton
? v km-:, m-: HAUL, in. ?.i.?. Rot 58, I p m
SCHUMANN?H?INK
l Recital
lu |1 ..' Hall
Brmrni '.?'i ?'? ,,. Muai? ? v,.
? ?KM?.11. II ?Il N?e. 18, '.'^O l'. M.
BI.??.MI Mil I) Z E I S L E R
Ptaae Reell <i
i , . . ? - ? ,. ,,i,
?. ,1? T '.- L, 12
ni yninlmi \' - v (, n, ?
t ?KNM.Ii: SOXU KM Il ?I
11(11 M ?ngi-l ?file-.
*_*" CHOPOURIAN
?I M> ? SI lili | , y- MAN AMI HK'IS SOPRANO
Ini nt-l?l M?IIKI Hill;. I.addlc Ctt-T.
?ULUniRL \?lerie I; ?ei*, a Co..
"|>'lj M.il ' >< Ihr Hatillo,, O?rla.'1 ?te
il UAfc?Ufil Houtge-ueiy a .Moore. .),,.
ILnArnlfnA t It.mard * Mul.?l .M.
H T Mil ""' la"?'. "1 'ud,i:_ Lad}
ru sut H Msclya ?ri.u.kle,
IM Aft. ii H-ltrr C. K?l|>. Floran
Lia II y M "n* K'n?er.. Or h? m.
v v, mi i ?i i iv> Bender, Coomb* -i M raen;
I?_,. i | _?? |1 Molntyn <_ Heath in?n,?r
Ij"|> Mul ... .?0 ?'??' ???. ?ud If. otlier a?-tl.
Strange strains to stinger?.
That's why we play this goorj
old tune st) often.
Your "money hack" aiivtirjjc
anything goes tvTOtlg.
(rives added confident!?tnffr
thousands of men who peren?
tiially depend upon us for
smart, substantial clothes.
Inspires new oonfidenoi in
those who've yet to learn the
satisfaction and pleasure our
clothes afford.
Especially those new bnrwrnV
and grays and blues for Winter.
Suits for every man, up
through .>-!? ehest.
?Suits for every boy, down to
?i1 g years.
Eveiytlling else man and boy
wears.
Bocasu Peet it Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St 13th St. J4tb8t.
Buy
Red-Man
? "I.I.ARS
All Styles.
F.\RI. & WILSON'.
AMUSEMENTS.
SEW VOIlKi IKMIIM, IHrVTKH
EMPIRE ? \Vil
in?! n? Ntsfat?-tart 8 Mat?
'. fr*,i.st
i h ?n<*<-???
\ SIN?.I* MAX
JOHNDREW
LYCEUM
t \>r 14 1
KISS BILLiE BURKE
I Vf-CHII ' ?! K" * * lS
LluCUIr. ??:-?? in
t \>r 14 TIMES
I
IHE
III \ \U.\Y
Best r .?? M'?s Burke ever had ' -E - Su?
ft a j. V
m n r\ i-sj
Matinee r??l>\. lle.r Seat? BIJA
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' ?? ' V'iRD
?taiiurr- l " - l ' *i | lirai
TSE Djjli HL
nUUdUH Mat? roday*8a? - X
t lb? best play ???r written -Tim?*
? ItrSM
TH* PRICE
HARRIS
HELEN W?RE
E ST?HL
?fata Tata a i Bai 2 15
? K.elr'?
let?*?? ?ueeasa
MAGOTE l'El'PEB.
tlll TftyfORMEFI.V FOLIES r?B'IEB?
I ULI Un IB Btr. ? ->.- - .i-!*??)
"?lAr MO.NPIV K% r Seat? r?at.'v-)
WILLIAM COLLIER ?jgg '
immmiWj, .'...F/, ?'.',?
"airen Haiti Intoitrat?-? ' Aja? D?I*
DONALD i THE
BRIAN SIREN
< as? of I l.l arltl Fr?ai
" ?? :
CRITERIOS.
' rhat ?rrei? l\g h.-jrt. !?-. . l>ltj"
PASSERS-BY
G A RRICK
\E\1 MONDAY Mi.lir \T ?:13.
WM. H. mm
mi: BBKATOal
Kirr-. n?)i-r-.
V MATINEE
HEW IMSTESOiM ^? -
r>? Lut?
?tp.i-iJiaMMf.iin
Liberty -,<.,.
O?STIMSW?LLHM^llrlIll
?r Americas F . ' rtt fP1*
THE LITTLEST REBEL
QA.iETi
-rt a Uli O
Thomas A, Wise ? ?j
John Barrymore UNCLE SAM
NE.W YORK
KITTY GORDO.N
TH.: E.NCHANTRLSS
JOE Wr-BEn'S1 SS
THE WIFE DECIDES
- V'Ma?
GLOBE ;
MATINEE TO-DA. V* T0 8t8*
THE rHRt?r. ROMEOS
\ N.
METROPOLITAN S?
l.i nii-Ilt at -??I au?t M
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HORSE SHO*
in lb?
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