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i<Buck' O'Brien, Boston Pitcher,
Way Change Color of Sox. ?MORE TALK OF SHECKARD jlttrphy Said To Be Willing to Trade Him to Brooklyn for Northen and Miller. Buck O'Brien. the pitcher of the Red , ??j who v i-. drlven from the bOI ln the !_th game for ,he *or,d'8 championship, n,y be purehased by the Chicago Whlte A report comea from Boston to the 4tct that the negotiatlons have praetl Mny beea cencluded. Jlmmy Callahan. Egger of the Whlte Sox. says that e/hHe n Pr,cc was a*ked and a tender -ade the deai is gttll ln the nlr. Ile is aaxio"s to ?el O'Brien, whom he eon 0Htn ? mlghly useful pitcher. BoetOO pay part with htm because of the much talked of peraonal encounter between fclm and Joe Wood after the loss of that farnr to the Olanta nt the Polo Oeounda Rojrer Bresnah.m recelved formal notlce af his uncondltional release as manager of the St. Louls Cardlnala on Tueedajr. Vr.lfss one of the seven other National laague cluba puts in a clalm for hla aet vtcei by November 7 Bresnahan will he afree agtnt. According to his friends he will not try to negotlate at present with any team. u he Intends to flght for the fulfllment ?f Wj contract. Bresnahan la now 111 with a eevere co'.d. Charles Webb Murphy. who ia ln the ? jaat looktng for tradea. la said to be will tng to trade Jimmy Sheokard to the Brooklyn Superbaa for Hal Northen, the ontflelder. and Otto Miller, a catcher. TMs indlcates that Charley Ebb. ta la ? leoklnf for a new manaser. aa rumor haa j^a jt on a number of occaslons latcly. ghecltard played in Brooklyn aeveral jaara ago and was popular with the Charley Dooln, manager of the Phililea, aaya be will trade Mike Doolan, his ahort 'ftop, to the CubB for Joe Ttnker and Cheney, the pitcher. It sounda reasonable ?~for the Phlllles. , _____ The Meadow Brook Steeplecha.se 4am> datton. always popular with eoeJetjr and 'with thoae who support raclng for the 'fcwe at the aport, will hold Its autumn neatlng at Belmont Park Terminal on KJectlon Day. One of the featurea of the card will be the Nursery Handleap, a rprlnt at eix fu.-longs. ln which the beat Boraea that have been raclng at riping Jicek and the Unlted Hunts meetlng have been entered. A cup valued at 11U0 will be preaented to the owner of the wlnr.er by August Belmont. A rnatch race also ls being arranged be? tween the beat three galloways In Amer Ica-Reybourn. 'ulvert and Booger Red, irhlch vva.s retlred aome time ago. t ehlch has been put ln tralning pres.im.i bly for this r^re If the race la iun lt Tlll be for a sweepstakes of Sl/mO each Several grlevances were alred at the ve?kly meetwiK of the State Athletlc Com rc,!s len s esterday afternoon. The Athletfe Club, of Brooklyn. lodged ijlalnt aerainst ' Battllng" Mantell for fail tng to box at tbe club's snow on Wtdnos flay night, but no actlon waa taken fur ?\*t than to eummon Mantell to ap;?ar V?fora the comml^Mon at Uf next meet lag to tell his aida et the s'ory. The Brooklyn Beach Athletic Club alao had a complaint against Marty Brown and Johnny Keyea, but aa neither of the toxera was preaent a^tion waa poatpone.l. The liberal Atnletlc Club. of Staten Island, whlch wants to resume cperatlona under new management, applied for a 11 cenae, but aa condltlons had not been complled with the requeat waa laid over for future conslderaticn. The New Polo Athletlc Club, of Harlem. the oldeat boxlng club ln thla city, will re open Ita doora for the season to-nlght. Fred Yelle. the clever featherwelght from Boaton. who haa won declslons over I?u!s de Ponthleu, gtere Kennedy and other boxera, will face Joe Malone, the Harlem lad. ln tha main bout of ten rounds. Both boys are clever, shlfty boxera and carry e hard punch ln both handa. Mordecai Brown. once' pltchlng star of the Cubi. declarea that unlese he becorneB toenager of the l/oulevllle club. of the American Assoctatlon. he wtll retlre from nueball and Joln Frank Chanoe on hla ranch In Caltfornie. Barney Dreyfuae, preaident of the ?JJIratftB. haa refuaed permlsaloo to Wag aer, Hendrlx and O'Toole for a barn Btormlng trtp with Cy Rlgler'a all-atar team ln Cuba thla winter. Dreyfuas haa aia eye on the National League pennant next y*8r Danny Morgan. the lrrepresslble man agBf af Jack Brltton, "Knockout'' Brown and other prlae boxera. la maklng another Hd for the limellght. In a letter to tho ?portlng edltor Morgan glvee forty-eeven reaaona Why "Packey" McFarland, the 'bghrweight of Gblcago, la afrald to face Jhck Brltton. Morgan Baya that Leach Croes almoat knocked McFarland out, whlle he never "lald a gk>v? on Brltton." Whlch la trne, except that fross had Jack Brltton ln a more or le?s dlzzy condltlon from the same old right to the Jaw. Morgan alao aaya: "Brltton ls the moat Klentiflc boxer In the world." Thoae who ?aw him floundering around the rlng try l>g to hlt Freddle Duffy last week are not *_31ned to agree that Brltton la better Uan McFarland or Hlfce ^fbbons so far + m tlng sclence goea FBESHMEN CLOSE UP GAP Make Clean Sweep in Second Day of Oolumbia Track Meet The ColumWa freshmen closed up a b.'g f*p on the sophomores in the flnal events of the anruel under claas m?et. whlch 'as hdd on 8outh Field ye-teiday ait. r noon. They acored 86 polnts out of a Poealble 27, and made the Hnal acore of the meet ?7 to 50 The freshmen won all save thlrd place ln the broad Jump. F.. B Randall, the freahman high Jumper. agaln dropped out ?fter he had cleared 5 feet 5 lncbea. The ?un had gone down when the polo vault *r? began to Jump. and the beat they ,could do waa 9 feet t lnchea. at which Ihelght Walter D. Barry and R. KaBS>, 'both freshmen. tled for flrst place. The aumrnurtea follow: Btuad Juiap-Won by M. Cohrn, 'lt>, with * J'-Jnop of W feet ? lnchea. E. B. Run fiell, 'ic, aecond. with a Jump of 18 f.. i ; Inches; H. Axelrod, "16, thlrd, with a Jump <?f 18 feet 2V. lnchea. High Jump?V\on hy E. B. RandalJ, 'M, with a Jump of 6 feet 5 Inches: F. 8. Ap P'eby, i?. ?nd A. O. Hamllton, W, t?. d for aecond place at S feet 4 lnchea. Poie Vijult-Tle for flrat between W. D. ?f"X; 'Wi_ -rd R Be. a*. '1?, at 9 fret I * lechea; E. 8 Vorter, '16, thlrd, with g Uult of 9 fee*^ WINS A TITLE ON COURTS O'Neale Beats Conger in Colum bia Lawn Tennis Tourney. James S. O'Neale, Jr., '14, won the Co lumliia Dnlveralty lawn tennis champlon ship yeatarday by defeatlng F. H. Conger on the South Fleld courts by a aoore of 0?1, 6?2, &?7. 0?7. 6?1. Conger was captaln of the Willlams College team laat season and ls a freahman In the Columbia law school. He falled to loae a slngle set ln the prelimlnary rounds and was the fa vorlte over O'Neale. O'Neale opened with a hard volleying game and took Conger off hl^ feet in the lirst two *< ts. In the thlrd, however. Conger's placing put O'Neale on the de fensive and hc was beaton after runnlng OUl to deuce. Conger contlnued hls plac Ing tactlca In the fourtli Bet and again beat cNeale. In the linal and decisive BBt, howev.r, O'Neale rallled and gettlng the advantage at the heglnning forced Conger al every tum. who penetrated the rapid tlre attack of O'Neale for only a eingle game. Thla i& O'Neale's fir<t year in lawn ten? nis at Columbia and bla aplendld piaying baa W( n blm B place on the 'varaity team. Ic.r tba last two seasons hc has hecn a member of tha baaeball aquad, but win probably forsake the diamond for the courts next s-pring. A TROPHY F0R~RUNNERS Cup for Winner in Series of 'Cross-Country Contests. In order to make 'cross-country runnlng more popular at Columbia, a trophy cup has be.-n preaanted to the track aseoota tion, which will be awarded to the runner maklng the hi st score ln a BBtiea Of han dlcap runs that are to be held on suc ceeslve Ifonday aftemoons. The trophy Wlll be known aa the Van Amnnge CUP, ln honor of Dt-an J. II. Van Amrlnge, who was head of (Vlumbia College for 6ixteen > >-ars and who retlred two years ago. Although th" Columhla team is rntere-1 to race th,. Prineeton "cross-eoimtry BQUad at Prineeton on November ?, Bernle We fara, tbe coach, has had grtat dlfflculty in getting eandldati i together for prac? tice*. The entire 'varslty BQUBd numbera flfteen. ar.d many of the ni'-n who are in the englneering echools are compelled to run after dark becauae of late < l Th>- Van Amrlng* Cup racea will BOt be open to 'varslty runnara, and they are intended to develop men In the under classes for next year's team. The cup contests will probably become aunual fixturea. NEED FOR STRONGER CRAFT English Motor Boat Course To Be a iiough One. lf Amerlca Is to go after the Brltlah internatlonal trophy next year, ns now seems l!k.-ly. with any ahow of BUCceas, says "Yachting." the boat builders and those who put up the money for the boat* shouid reallze that a much Btrongar typa of craft ls uaeeaBary than raeed at Hunt lngton this year. Thls ye,..r's ra Ing proved concluslvely that a XI or M footer, or even a 32 footer, ls not the prorer boat for an internatlonal race over a thlrty mlle course. Wbethi r the race next year is run on the Soltnt or at Burham-on-Crouch, aVi n rougher condltlons are apt to be encoun t'.r.-d than at Huntlngton thls year. and a large boat ls a necesalty. The boats ? ba more strongly bullt than b number of the boata that trled f.-r a place on the team thls year, when many of tho huils could not stand the straln of the power th.-y carrled over a thtrty-mlle course. RANK OF JRAPSH00TERS Interstate Association Oives List of Averages. Plttshurgh. Oct 31. - The offldal In? terstate Association 11st of trapflboot Ing averages for 1912, embraclng both t-lngle and double target shooting for amateura and professlonal?, was made publlc here by Klmer E. Shaner. aecre tary and treasurtr of the aaaodatlon. Averages for imateurB in slngle targeta are based on the S00 slngle target shots aad profeealonala in th<- aame elaaa on a mlnlmum of 1,000 targets. Averages for double targets, both olaseea, ar<- eOmpOted ba the Interstate Association tourna mtnt only. and are based on taklng part ln two tournaments at. a minimum. The flrst nve ln each dlvislon follow: SINOI/B TAROErrrv-AMATElR. William Rldley. What Cheer. lowa. Bism R H. Bruni>. Brookvl lf. Ind.I'-,';;' ?;?orge J Roll, Blue Island. III.W? All?n Hell. Allent'.wn, I'onn.?;?>-'_ llarvey Dlxon, Oronoco. Mo. ?-????????? ? ,r'l~ 8INOI.E TAIUJKTS-I'HOFESSIONAUSf W. H Craaar, crralkm. W ???????.;''"? <->ori<f W alsjrwell, Ha-tlng*. Neb.?????> Homer < lark, Alton, III. 8800 W. H Heer. O-Jthrle OklB.......??*> L*at*r 3 Oerman. Ah?-i.>en. Md.W*> DOUBUC TABOBTB AMATE' RS. Allen Heil. Al'euU.wn. f'ann.Mt.? C M. Powera. DeeStur, HI.**?<> B W. Kahler, Phi'adalphls.??????' J. S Toung. Chfcaao.S.TOO Rlley Thompaon. ("nlnavllle, MO..,..........aaw DOUBLE TAROETri?PROrMWONAM Kred (;llbert. .Splrlt Lake, Iowa.B70O Lester K (Jernmn. Abereeea, Md.BTW Jamm S. I)n>. dnclnnatl ....M40 Woodfo:k H#-nderaon. I>exln?ton. Ky.R..A. Walter Huff, Macon, Oa.BOOO a ARRANGB TEAM YACHT RAOE American Sonder Boats to Sail in England the Season After Next. Boston. Oct. 31.-Arrangements are be? ing perfected for team contests ln the summer of 1911 between England nnd Amerlca for the "3d" rater class of yachts. An Internatlonal meetlng across the water was proposed by Charles P. CttTtJa owner of the aonder yacht, Ellen. which won the Qulncy Cup last summer. Mr. Curtls announced that Secretary of the Navy-Oeorge von 1* Meyer la asalst lng ln negotlatlons with the Englhih yachtsmen. The entablishment of the sonder yacnt raceB with Germany. the flfth series of which wlll be sail.d at Marblehead next 8eptem>-er. and the fallure of the Eng lNh yachtsmen to aend another chullenge for the Amerb a's Cup, have contrlbuted toward arouslng intereet ln an Anglo Amorlcan contest for a amaller type of ooat. . It ls planncd to tend three American boats to BritlBh watcrs for a serle* of thre?- or ftve contests, under the Intet ,tl Yacht Racing Rules. The yachts < r,f about 8 mc-trcH racing length, oi ?rrc?ponding to American 31 footers. B MEYER COMMENDS SAILOR Praises Bravery of Ooxswain Who Saved Drowning Shipmate. [F'nm The Tribune Rureau.) WashlnBto'.i. Oct. Sl.-Secretary Meyrr of the Navy Department, has commend'Kl Kdwin H. Harrls, coxswaln on the United States steamer Quiros, for the rescue of j a shipmate from drowning ln the Yang- ' tse-Klung. September 18. The offlclal repurt waa that D. C Knight, a seaman, fell Into the river while securlng a motor dory, and that Harrls Jumped overboard without at tempting to remove hla clotbes, seized Knight a? he was going down the eeeond time and Bucee'aded ln getting him alonf- | sjde the gangway. PEARSON m WIZARD Wins Net and Gross Prizes in Tourney of Engineers. MULLANEY CLOSE SECOND Competition Postponed from Last Week Played on Montclair Links. rfearly forty membera of the Ooif nub of the Fnglneers" Club, of New York. vislted the links of the Montclair <1olf Club yesterday to take part ln the tournament postponed at Wykajryl last week because of the raln. Thls waa the last tourna? ment for the engineers thls season. meet? lnga having been held in the aprlng and aumnier. This meetlng. orlginally nched Ulad for Wykagyl, waa to have been open to the membera of the Chloago Kngineers' Club who were on heie at tbe tlma 10 play the annual Intetclty matcbOl for a trophy. Incidentally there were to have heen two daya of polf, bul after the Ittterdty conteat had been declded In favor of the Westerners the ra'.n int.r fercd with the plana. The day ycst.-rdiy waa all that could he asked, altbotlgh scoring waa made dtftlciilt becauae of | atrong wlnd that biew acrosa the oourei The prlnrlpnl wlnner of the day waa w. a. Peereon, who not only captured the tlrst net prize In Claafl A of the in<:l viduai handIcap, with X2~??"4, but touk the hest groaa prlSB for the lovv-st round of the da>, with nn 82. Plnlshlng aecond to him ln the handloap waa T V. Iful laney. who returned a car.l of B??I W, Prisea were off .-red the nrst and aecond men in each of the two other elaaeea, tlea bartng to be played off ln each ln stance. in Claaa h c. F. Qulncy was the wlnner, with M?tf?71, whlle H. J. Cham bara and h Blaekbum rlnlabed on eren terma, with resp*ctlve ecorea of BJ a> 71 and W U H Charahere won the pinyotr. ln the thlrd net k i. Bmall waa the leader. with 96-22-74, wh.l.- J. H. Van dyck and C, A i'.arle had res] ectlvi cards of 113-:W-7T and 101?21-77. Vandyck wn the lucky man. The uiornlng rompetlthm conslsted of foursomea. in whlch M. (1 Sturrett and ; r. v. Mullaney topped the Ust wilh U3 - 4, another tie resultiag for l le - prlse. w. p. Zlmmerman and w. lf, Wampler had 1M M USg, and C l: Blll cott and W O. WOod bad II Zlmmerman and Wampler wlnnlng the declatre test. a Hberal number af prlaea hn 1 been awarded for rarioua other eontesti of the day. one heliiR for a bllnd handloap, of fered by Clemenl F Btrael and aron by F. i-. Donahoa, one of the Montclair golf er?. comad Youns's prize fnr tbe golfgi !n Clas.s A who had the hlghest score f.-r the t.'.n ty-.-ix boleg was captured by H. T. Bhriver, whose efforta la .? total of 2ii*. The prlaa for tbe beat gi ? of tht geaaon r ,i also announci i yeaterday, N. M. Oarland being the wlnner, with a 7r. made ai Baituaroi la the summor. The acorea were tta follow: KOLKSOil us (irosi it a _ . Btarrett ai.-i l I-. Mu. laaej . i-j M IM W. K Zlrrtm.irman and \', M Want] lei . 194 M IM I C. K. i.,ii ott and w. >>. W< I i 1 i>. n. Dennla ir..i W Sargent..la7 28 IBJ j \v. a. i-'.naori nnd A. Tayior lkJ ls 104 11. J. Cnambeia an<i l> a Fox 221 '?* I 7 I K. I. Bmall and M n M l - - . - I 24 107 J Q VVrlgl ? an I F E : hoe . . -i Conrad Your.); nnd N M land .. ,..1M 10 170 B. ') Hi.itr.e and I. i i:i ilne . u 61 Ki i C. I. Barie jn.t li T Shrlvei - i ITI . A. K. J'lti und i a. Uifl .. il i Baerte le . |gg ?** j7_ ''. i" ij iln i and I 25 173 A IJ Hla. kiurn ar.l y I. I>u 17* <; i) t'-rnj.er r.n 1 l( <; M .. 41 17:. B N ? hl.s.n an 1 B. C M noi -"?7 13 17.-. INOIVIDUAL HANP1CAP C_ASa A. W. A. Pi araoi. Bl I 7? T. V. Mullaney. M 19 7.'. Conrad Voung . BJ ? IS n n. McLaan. W Wlntru..!. SaiRent . "7 7 H. Albert ta\ler . ?1 1" I Eada Johneon . ? M i" B, i Uunoa. M l| M it. ?; HuKti-i. 91 11 ; A. ti Pltl. '?'> 1" ! I ponohno...; ? (,1 ii i. gbrhrer.ns 10 MI CLAB8 B. C. Y. Quln< v. r<" 18 7s | H. J Chambera. 80 1 ' H IMni krnrn. -.'7 ls \r J. (iubleman. 1.7 |s 71- ' C. H Rllleott. !'J W ! .f ?;. W rljrht. 100 :??? BO I V. C. Arroa'rong. .mi 10 ?-i n m Dennla. '??'?' II w' ('HptHin K M Bawtelle ,... M 14 83 W r. Zliiinc-rman.. V>i : 1 M, M <; BUrrett . wt< 14 w \\ m nrempler. 103 10 E lf, Cbtteoa. f s 10 ? ltlhar.1 l-evena . 1"7 is W l BBb ock. M? IB 00 C '7 lf. Tbom_i. HO !?? M F. I. Dii liosque. 113 ls K ri^AHS r. K. I Small. r,,i '-"-' '?* .1 n Van I.yck. IM 9] n C A. f_r|e . 1"! Bj 77 \v ii Woed.'"- _ B <? Kraln^.K* -?' M C. M Wale.. il-' BB BJ H. Tlkler .s.1J0 II M? D A Kox.IH 34 W ? F, ftalne.131 PLOT AGAINST BURNS BY John J. McNamara, It Is Al leged, Also Planned While in Prison to ''Get" Drew. CONFESSIOM BY HOCKIN? - E. J. Brennan Testifles at Dynamite Trial?Package Containing Efxplosives Produced. rndlanapolis, Oet. 31. -That ?John .1. MO Namara. the dynanilter. sfnee his lmprl.< onment in the atnte penitentlary'. *1 BaB Quentin, CaL, has plotted to "get" Wlll J la.n J. Hurns. a dete-the. and alao to I "Ret" Walter DreW, who worked up evl jdence against him, w.is the aobBtanoe of teatimony at the "dynamite consplrary" ; trlal to-day. I The story as related on the wltness Istand was that Herbert S. Hoekln went ? n Quentin last si.rlnp and that M< - ' Namara whlle in conversathn witn him through the bara of his ceii said, "I'd , llke to see them Rf-t Hurns and Drew." It waa further related that Hockin con I to tho Incldent and rharjred he 'heard labor leaders In Pan Franciaco re I peat SfcNamara'a wtahes, i As tendlng to austaln the story, a 1 package was produced ln court and Iden tlfied as bavlPg been taken from the jcheckroom of the Cnlon Station at Indlanapolla May - laefc When opened Ibeforb the jury the paOkagO was found 'tn contaln forty feet Of fUBe, a parcel of dynamite caps and an alarm clock. The package was wrapped in a San Franclsco i m wapapei ..f Aprll U, i?!2. ESdward J. Brennan. r\n agent of the rtment of Juatlce, testlfled the plot iting was related t.. him by Ho.-kin. ' Drennaa sald thal M..y ^7 last he was Called Into the IMstrl t AttoriH-y's offlce ln Indlanapolts, and there Hockin had ? 'nf> aei '1 to h;m Walter Drew, who Hrea tn rfear York, Btly waa =i witneee an-i testlfled that Hockin repeatedly had warned him that "the fellowa on the Padflc Coaat were after him." Drew, aa counael f^r the National Brec ? n, waa on the trall of the dynamiters before the McNamara .... i Orth B. IfcManigal wen ar ted, and Burna waa preseQl ln Indlan v. hen Bamuel Qei i local de .. dly took Joha J Mr.Wi ?,,,. . Bui na g<' ompanled M< - : .% lt:... -a ? Jamea Hoetck, nn agent of Callfornla, took the prlaonar to Loa ? les. J \ .; Badorf, who testlfled that H... kln rlng "tlppi d ofl ' ntlti ,,f '',!-'- I<ne Angelea Time.-" waa CTOea examinr.l thls nt . by Benator ?-' W Ki rn, < fur t).< ?!? f \\ : . n Hockin toid >ou he had gOttOU . weeka after the lalon, did be t< n you bow he did n ." Badorf wai aaked . didn't tell me hnw. I toid him he waa a fool fOT BllOWing Bumg tO reputatlon ?* ;? deteetlre on in ttofi he waa furnlshfng." | lilty of dyna II.? said he thoughl he m I'ht plead i gnd fcftve in.- to undeintand he waa in for II Ha aalI tl ..'ht all they < glre him was elghteen m ?nths oi two yeara" th< laked whether Franh M i'- an, ir- ld? m of tbe laten . ??''.. nnd Btructural Iron l |n the habtl ' ln| blanh - he< kg 'i he di fence is that : many che< ks ln blanh and dhi :."t k'.ow t., what use |f< Namara p .t f aald he did not r? . i .: thal thal waa a looeg way . Hockin ia aecretary of the union and thi ii? ih formerly >'s'--i by Mc Namaj . LAWY_R GETS $10,000 VERDICT. After ?? tlng nearly a week be? fore JUdge Molr In the I'nlted Statea Dis trit <'ourt. Franh Harrigan, ot Phlla delfJhla, gol a verdid for 81e\000 yeater ? ? M C. Houvler. of No. 20 ? ? Of the M Hou? vler estate Harrigan aued for lieo.OOO for l"?a! aervlcta rendered iiuritig lltiKa tlor. laatlng three yeara, whlch resuUed iri I, ? ing f . r ? ol i'" ihontai i l.a.i i ln Weal Vlrglnla of a rloud on a tltle due to ?> forged deed to thi ertv. The Ci.ii.-ellatK.ii .,f the il.t I ? . Ilehed thi Bouvler lalm to tha property, which Ii viil- <? al Ji V*. r ? ?",''*,-""^ L\ b l)et,.<rini<-nlof A;,TiruIture**> WEATHEPt BLREAU i _? wiui? v "0??. '-"??* .?_?-./ .' 'V tlaTWwA ?' ^* ? - ? \ toa>*ff* / V***3 V ? -V T ' *> > \ \a?e B?si_ fr. 01 - *'" ? ftAnoc .> tAvc ?r ? a \ ] , / *s a?fl vx u m ?w f. ? V ,1ijr^rjjras^^ea.ja.a^..* ?-;- ' ; ? B? g*j- ?etfetjessj ^J-JTMI ?^? (?#??#* uaaiaaa ee/*al *a?a?-a??'? <*?? ?w ?*.??? a*w?e; w m w f~ *?aj~-a~--^i=!!Sg?.:^-.aiff" ?_ /__- an -^ ?ss-e?rf el '**?? \ ?iv cat.s, t. Btrupu i. ma, THE *BATHER REPOR"" ggaasBl etaeasd aad tanaaaa *r# ?ftt ncrea.?d '-' At!....' l%tiri''".n - ? ia. Oa* . :,b. .latea lt. I - a'aei the- wi l bV'firFrMaV-snd ' BMuMai and ,- Bai , ln Jha certrel vai.e... I - N "it wtiifae*3esf maai m um faua Vahar h ,ki eaat Culf statee. ard . ''T Gaturday ? ""Ul nvtl. etatV ln th- Uesl tetwpere l?iri, w?. r? .??-. V. ?*?? ith - rkdoa ?ea ?goln^'dSJJwM crtday (W BM?V -.r^liii h-?v . i ar.d aouth?a>.t wlnrt*. ln SaM"fWfO* ...?nt. WtU ra.n. M th, - Bank? _ Fer. esat for Bpeelsl liOreJItles.?Eer Esat Pni '? -r York. relii to-day snd provably Heti?/??!??: eelder Batt.rder: Inrrre.alnr str.-th Wfnua. ahtftlec U- aerlhweet dwrlBr "-? lavj ' For New BBeftBfed, Inrrea?ln? < I.mrtln*a? te Cay, raln io-nt*r.t atvl < ? aturda- : eolder ^?tardav in ?*???< per?*cn. BBsderate 'a briait ..... i ..udy lo an 1 . ? ? ? .,;fttr. ., , iing briek. Ili.mldlt) . B a ; I p I i 4U I | ni....8B ? . ? ? atl as at I p. w vi * . M t-rat .re V rather. IA.* . ? '>er 54 fio lear H-iffaic . 43 l?- i ? ~ani . ?" i. I 14 v\.?. .natnn ? .M < l?>ar I o, al OiYdal Herord The foMowlnr nTlrl | ?"-ei ) fioiji the Weat her nureau ahowg tn? . n?.1Kea Ul th# ,..!,;?': 't' .r tt'i IB* iBSl ty four h'.ura tn mini ir ?in with tlie ggfOg spondtng date af ?e?t *ear; IMI i?12l 1111. l?.7. S a. n. M *' I f ?". ?l ?? ? a rn . M 4*1 S v n: . ... ? 'J 9 a m. 6'. 47ill V- "?.M ?? 12 m. W _ 1- P " .? "I 4 p m. 41 i*i lllaheet temperature >eaterday. la :-?r? ?; loweat, 44 .at I a m >. a\era?t. M. e.eraa". for ...'respon^lna date 'aat year. 64. a??r<ee f..r .rteip..ndln? date laat thlrty-three yeara, fi lywal TnTK-irX ? Haln io-.lav .,,1 Btturtiy, rnlder Saturdar ; tnci-aalna aoofh ?|nda, ehlft l, < to owtt*??t eurlar to-nlaht. i WALDO BEFORE^CITIZENS Outlines Policies to Cooper Union Committee. Pollce Commfssloner Waldo appeared voluntarily before the CitUena' Committee laat nlKht, at the rooms of the Bar As soclation, and outllned his general poll clea ln pollce adminlstratlon. At a meet Intc next week Mr. Waldo will ansvver queationa concernlng spdclflc casea, such as the Stanton caae, artr? the Nikly case, now under lnvestlgation. by theBoard of Aldermen. J .-- : I'. fotton.- Jr.. counael to the committee -examtned Mr. Waldo laat night, it la undt-rstuod. wltb a View to nuttlng on reeord Juat where tho llne runs tietween the polleles which'are enttri-ly Mr. Waklo s and thoae wh;ch are Mayor Oaynora All'ti. Hoblnson,. chalrman of the <-om mliu-e, and Rob..rt S. Blnkerd, secretary, nmv urrc.'d Inst nijerrt that the comtnlt'e-! WOUld hOld furVhcr conf>rencea on polL-^ m'flttere with fortn.-r Conimissionera and with exp*rts on pollce methnda durlnf? the next two month.s. When the time com*s for their report,. sorhe time In Januarv, it is the prraent i-lan to make recom mendattona at another maas meet nK aimllar to that of Antust 14. at Coop.-r Union, where tive committee had ita orlgln. ai MARINE INTELLIOENCE. MINIATfUK ALMANAC. Fn.rls*. S:J0; Buneet, 4 57. rhoun riaes. 10:40; nioeri's agc. -J lirolt U'ATKR. AM PM. Pandv llnrk .12:13 12:01 Qoveroor't l.dand .18:81 18* Hall (.Jate. I~l laf. WIRELESS REPORT3. Ia Pr.ivenre, reported- as MI ?Wee east af Haadi Heek *t n?on raeterdar, '? expected to . do k .-.!? irday forei . ii.< Celtlc, reported as 3?o ml>i seai of gandi il. ok at 8 terday, ls esi k Batui day f'.: b* a INCGMING STEAMER8. TO-DAT W.url I r m Llnft- , ?Byron.Bahia, Oet 17 .Lanip _ lloit ica Vera Crua Oet ?.. ? Athlnal.Plraeue. Oet 17,.Clreck ? ? , Olbraltar, o. t ?>.... r-irnpanello. .... R. tttrdam o t 17. i;i \Ur.New <>rl<-aiis. Oet 86..Bo Pac 14-oquola .Londcn, Oet 1* .Clvde .Almrrla. Oet 21.? inche.Mnmheeter. Oet 16.Clyde I KI ' ?;.!.r;alveBten. Ort 2?.Morean 'CofgtLoule.Savannah. Oet 2f> .Bevanaa RDAT, NOVXMBEB ? ?Celtlc .... !-:? erpoel, 0 1 M ? .*> Itsr Mavi Oet ?.... .oietotai. Oet 27 . .Panen I tnd . Har. rs. Oet 18 nniaaiiey.Tain-i.' Oet 24 .. . Nuecea.Oalireatcn, Ocl J''. ...neiiory BUNDAT, NOVEMBER 3. ?'?ameronla .'HapK?w. Ocl M ....Z..A ?Hubert . Barbadoa, Oet -s . ?Vasarl , Ba I ad i, Oet :t) i_n.; . , eau .Havra. Oet 21 . City ef A- . ?? . l!. 0 ? II ,8_1 ? ?lirlnes mati. OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-L?AY M,n Vaeeal Veaaei For I.ln?. e:.n?a. ealle, Ri ?!/.-. U V Co 0 rtn ,i m 12 Vtgilaocia Naaeaa. Ward..l2:?* aa l-^P? P \S ilitm IV, Ma.rl I.I-W I M 30 P ~ ?? . I ? i , . W..PI. 1 Rorna. JCaplea, Fabre . ? Mohawk, Ja ka'vllU le.. - I "" I ? BATURDAT, NOVEMBER 2. st Utttla, B uth'pton, ^1 e "?? ?? osoa.n ., !.>. al, . inard fl ? " ?. m ' O, ear.l- I, W H 8:30 am I'J \'Y ?: l-K 0 ' S'tlr.a. H . > :': , , .... tn 12 oo !.. : I. t. *? H It "?> ? lll 1 anai a. Ptlat i Pali ...11:1 ! A I'rln -. E " | ? , . .; ra. ? - ? K Albert \a !???. NOL n, At T. ? - - II v ... - i , .,..<??? ? ? ? n !.-..?? ? ?? ? gav. gai ?? ER 3. Y A Pfl ??? t\ ' "-"'or.. 11 A :ti Vj?v ra av. S'OVEMBER ?. ^iirlname.I'ar.imarlbo.ItI>\VI.ll;JO ? m 3 00 p m TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. r,.?ilnai!"n ard itearrer ln N. Y. V M. Ilaw.ill. Jai.an. I'orea. Chlna. i l| ;tnea ivla s? I Ii o>.. ._ Man h irla N0T * '?-;0 Tah,tl. V.! Ielan..a. \ itralle t?la >?n I ...ii la. ... A'.ranal . , Nov. 8. ri .0 tna ivla Ta nm?) i Mard -v-"^v- a ?-30 , lalanda New Zea -, tralla <vla Baa i'r..n F| I \ MltUI ? Nov- '*? ?:S0 Fijl lelan^a. Sainoan Itlanda New kuatralla ? . ? ' ? '? ? , ? M.,*.ira.NO-, .2. I >> SHIPPINO NEWS Port of New York, ThurBday, Octo? ber 31. 1912. AABJ ? >ana Oetob.r - . . IBc I .?. '-v:t'i i.a aangera and mdae Left Quarantlne at 7:30 btaaaiar American (Outeb), Anliaterp flfeto |,r, lf, to Oavld ' W u.l. n, m ball.tat. Ar ii.,-,| ..: 'I . Etar ai - .i m. ? ?.; ? ia u;^r?. Ifatnr. Oetober i ? ,:.,; anleida . ti Ua -i6 t >'? snlea, m : i.aii.i- Bar at 8 p m. JOtli. ..:, r . Ilankow Auguel 17. Bbenghal 24. Keelung '.'7. Hong Kong 31. ,11 II .-,1 .ll.K 1 I. ?J * ,.,,.,., 2, i .,.? .- i. ! :: and Uglera 10, un ' Hoi in -'. to Fiinch, Bdye A Co, with m<t?rt Arrlved .r lh? B.r a.1 2;30 i m. La >ina>r,i October |V. Ilierto Cabello .'.'. Curacao .'.'. ?nd Ban Juan ..-, io Bllaa Dalleti .\ Co, witii :>7 peeeen i ii lee. Arrlved at the H?r .. m. 30th. ? amei Lurlaten iBr), Matanaaa (i.-tober .. ? irdei i" ti. Baaui 88 ind Cardenaa 29, to the Munaon --e Une, with Bodao. Arrlred at ihe Ua it 12 :<o - "i . . Iteamae f<r^?*le iBr), Mueiva Oet ii ror I,.,. A.ml ? Kej orti I <.n inshiaii.ia at i 1J ;? in. riteamer si.nim llaa. Huitini .r^. io t. > N, v v,,r:. g Ualtlmore TranaporUUoa < p, . will ii. i*-. PaaM I ln guuraiillhe at 1130 | Buamer tl N^rte. Gelveatoa Oet 2... to the I Bnuthern Paelfi .... ?iti> radee Paeeed in .,. .'.::n a m. ? Sttatrer r'aru.na, U Ouayra Oet 10. Puerto ? Curacao le and in Juan -'?. to rtlUf l>.iiett A- Co. with r.7 i.aaJenBera. malle Arrlved at tbe Ber at i>:3) i> m, amee Metapun (Bt), Porto ''olombta Oet 22, cartaacna 88, Celogj ~* ... Kr:lt Co, wlih ;il paaam ? md Wfitt- Arrlved at the ln,r a II U a m. gtet i r i al< itta Beat 8, niai 14. Pori Bai I 80 and Ugt re Oet . \U ri.iiaith.hu 80, ." Houlder, Weh *?? Boyd, , with mdae 4rr ?ed ?>< lha r?'.- 't W 80 a m imar Prln ^ A iw New| rt N.-ws and Sorf >lk, to t' - ' ?ld i' "I ili 'i *? Co, with ? ?er? and m.i'M. Paeeed in Qeerennm ' - ?" i '" ?. . mlngo City i wi i ? ?' . ?;..!.. sh iv la . wl.vt. Arri-.' in s? m ED, ra ..;-?,..- ler) !'? rt Sald; I-'ran;e .1 -. ' 11- - -*?. 'i" . '.' ? Ini.-ri. BT* Jeffi rn.in. N ? ., . v ? . ? . i. v IBr), intst.ii. v ? .m i, Inagua ' ' . .ti. < 'harlei - 1 , KI Valle, Oalvea t lal". N- v rl.-nni STr?MER8 AT FOREIGN PORT8. tl ' tVBD | Oet 31 - P "? l* 'J ?? 0~_' Ne*' \ , >'"w Yurk, 1 ? :>, N<w York - . t 30 i -r- ?? I* Tlcfgen a i | il-Man an1 . ? :i. [verala iri. New ferh vl| M? !? .!?? ki ,r i au ''i :t? ktrtcmm I'r-ir. - fgr), wew rorh ?'< R- de 'eseli ? New Tork , | Rlo .le lat.elro l^ .- .II .i t?!o <Nor). Nm , -k *ta Hallfaa ; at Ma n , i t$ B? Laeieal dTfX New Tork I for Bordeaux. gAIU-9 ' narha.'..* Ocl Bl Clrde (BT) I WBI N?w Tork vla Kinaat'.n. r.'l io, et- i I mtharni.ton. la.ridi . t' t .1 M??a?.H iBr), New York. Orar Oe. 26 Turkla'an illrl ifrom Buaaorah), New T..rk Vi, (i i .ti inllfornle ifri (frot.i BordearuxV ^ur*1 .? ? ,. <J..eenato?!i. 0<-t 31. 4:80 n m-New York <fr .m t*.. ithaiiiptor. and i"hetbc?ira?, New t'erk l ? ? .?? hl .th? Waahington (Auat). Nee Tc k ?.._-, H?-.ar,ahal. " ' 88 tndrakual* <Br> (from Toko hamat * i Vork Bahla. . j - an.oena (Bri (f.om Santoa), New TOia _ PAtPFD Otl.raltar, o. t ,'?? V, bltthail tar*. Nm* ITork - V The NEW and GREATER New-York Tribune The Fastest Growing Newspaper The Only New York Republican Paper. PROGRESSIVE But Not Radical. Special features in wSunday's Issue The Prophet of Simplicity in Stagecraft Seeks Disciple in Kate Carew IMwird Gordon Cr&Ig. Bon of Fllen Terry and aclalmed In many lands, shows hls niiiseum of odd mmlels and masks deslgned to hasten the dav-n of a thcntri'al to-morrow. and uuallfles as a heretlc hy a verhal assatilt upon the well fortified poaition held by the dramattat Ibsen. Dr. Parker Says Nation Must Lean on Schools to Check Crime Speeialf?t ln mentnl ahd nerveu* dl?efl?ir?i ronelndee hb repmlt of lonr atudy of f-rlminnlltv and of projecta advanced .for supprenslon of antl--!ioclal tendencies that fhe BOBWer to the finlsherl enemlea of Boelety, only 25 to <0 per cent of whom have he?n rlamrtfled. llea ln continnous reeprds being kert by Inptructor* for future reference of the hnMt". mannera, Impulses, attltudes and waya of the Juvenlle hefnga under their charge. \ Germany's Crown Prince Turns from Kin^craft to Writing a Hrntin* Book He Mla of exnedltlon* to Ceylon. Indla, the Aln*. S. ofland snd the forestfi of Germany. where all sorts of flej-ce and el'islve anlmala? alephanta, tlgers, deer?surrender to the persuasion of his gun. New York's Bakeries Lxcel Those of Any Other American Cities?In Filth Jnvestls-ation of State Faetory fomTil^slon reveala nansestlng eon dltlona In miry c.^'|->r bakewhi.ps of thls city and furnl*he? hasla upon whkh At.ram I. Llkus, chief counsel of the board, will urge remedlai leglalatlon , Lducation for Classes Only? Nonsense! Here's a Workingmen's College In f;iet. thrre ar? peveral of then: In the world New YorVs. known Ba "The rtand Srhool of Pocl.il Srlence," is in the Orameroy Park district and h.v- n faeulty of well known te.achera and wrltera. The lt??tlt-.ttlnn 1 = nktn to R.jskln ("ollee*-. at Oxford, and Is a mlxture of club and achooi for the "lefl adajr* in art, llterature and"soelology. Evenlng Claaeea have attendance of hundreds THE WOMANS PAGES Amone the many intere<;tinB: featttres on the Wnman's Papes is a 5erie? of itluatrated articlcs on Tnterior Decorat'^n which jrive invalnabte airl to tho^e Hccoratintr or redccoratincr their hofnes. Questions which ari = e w-'Il !><* fffadly an?\vcred hy the Fditor. INTFRIOR DECORATION.?The Living Room (llrostrated) is the fiffh nrticlc in the leries. OTHER TIMELT AND INTEKESTIWa ARTICLES: 5. Evenlnr Oowsi flllaBtrdfed). 6. Wewa from the C!ah World. 1. The Mother snd Child in the Xitchen 2. Dslly BU1 of Far*. 3. vrhen the Dehn'mte WsJks Oat Her Oowm (illuatr - 7. Eook Revlewa of IntereBt to Women. : Two New Crochet Patterna fll- | 8- Bo"dolr Becrete. luatrated) 9. Bok Weviewa. , And Vsrlons Other Interestinj Artlcles. ? THE CHILDREN'S PAGES T'nrlcr the title of "THE JUNIOR FORUM" the OhiMren's Patres of the Sanday Tribune have become noted for the excellence of their contcnts They iiave an instructivr anrl educattonal vnUte which plnces them in a claai by thcm^elves. In al! rl'epartmetns The Tribune is a dean. HOME paper. 1. Edle sn1 Eddle. The Mttle Ele phsnt The Bral of a derlea *!? Ini the life of Bdle and t:ddle lr. ver e ar.d plctur-s 0. Fnziles With and Without Plct nr?s. 3. A Wsy of Telllng- the Time ln One Part of the World dllus tratedl 4. How to Make a Hovel Jsck o' LanterB. 6. Sime Interestlng; Ztstters from Ccntrlbntora. 6. Sone Pr?t?v Verees by Con^ trlbntora (lliuatrated), 7. The Hlack BU1 of Ne~"swr*y. 8. Two Storlea: The Hebhlta. The Two OoldSsh. Bv Contrlbutora. 9. Edltoriala, by tbe Edltor. of conr-je 10. Lettera from aad to Beadere. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES GIVEN FREE For tlie YOUNG in Years or in Spirit - .-. r.ltMe Po-reep has loat her sheep. And .-an't tell where to ftnd them; Leave th.-m Rlone, and thev'll come home, An-1 brlnjr their tall? behind them. The ?ad storv of little Ho-pef-p. the sh.?r.herdess. who permltted her -hareee to atrav aw?v and hecome lost. ls told in a charmtn* picture pre 5f'nted wKh every aopy of next gunday'fl Trllmne. Lt wll] be found tnserted ,r' tll!ittle'!Bb-t?eep a lovely .-hUdiBti fleure, with dark +rn?n. wavtnr rin? ,.,,, ?\.fi tenrftil even. dres.sed nll ln plnk. 1? seen haetenine ihrourh a rreen i adow vttidded with dal.?ies. in ff-ardi of her mieain* flock. GUmpae? of llatent vlsts in which held? a^d a.inlens .-utlmed hy hedffes and Ten^es r,,r l.e m-.-ii th'ou<th a numher of brovvn tree trnnks in the backyronnd. The rniaslna aheep are seen srrartnar ouietly nround the brow of a hlli. whlle ,.,'??,? BMirchea ln a wronp dlreetlon The Picture ls a srem of he.mtiful eoloting and Its atofy wlU bold tha Intereat of little ohee wtn-n a more amMtloua work would fall to lntereet them. _ The Magazine Sectlon of the Sunday Tribune WILL BL UNUSUALLY GOOD It will cuntain several clever and interes*ting stories and brilliant arttclga that are timely. Among the Featurcs Will Bc. The Children's Century bv w g. robinson The -LUJiaU laaaillng all yoang rersona of twenty yeara or lesa? h?v% never taken B hpek seat In thls .ountry. At least. they have tiever sat verv far bgek But now they are- takin* all the front seats end crowdtng thelr eldera further and further to the rear. Mr. Roh tnmkn exidnins the ? onnectlon betwean the M-irit of indenendent youth ?^d the Turkev Trot and Hunny llu?, v hl.l, have hecome so popular even ln tha best drelea. Bveay one ln and out or soeiety win-want to r?.vl it Raw Lvidence By leo crane <s a tale of life amon* the cattle rustlers, of the West, There is aotion in every Une of it. ? The Job of Jobs By augustin michugh ls a narrative of the pereonal adventurea Of the a"vlthor ln "Tandlnr" a pla>. A tragl-comlc tale, There and Back with Lucile By SEWELI FORD How Shorty MoCabe promotcl a stranfre reunlon that dldn't endure for long. A romance with a string to it. No Other Way The great serlal of mystery and adventure by 00*00* KO&HSaV These are a few of the Special Features in next Sunday'a TRIBUNE, which will also contain all the Cable and Tele? graph News, all the General News, all the Political News. all the Soeiety and Resort News, and more comprehensive Sport ] ing News than any other New York Newspaper gives.