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FOU OBI EMPLOYES Plan Devised by President Vail Will Affect 175,000 Men and Women. TO GO IN FORCE JANUARY 1 Sick Will Be Cared For, the Old Retired and at Death of employe Family Will Get Insurance. 175.000 eaapOayes of the Heii ays ntiiprlsinR; an industrial army - SS large ss the standin* ?umy Of the I'ni'ed Stales, will, on January i. become beneftcisrlea of a 110,000,000 ? iinl for pensions. ^j1 1?. benefits and ' re Insurance natter .1 plan provided ? I'resident T. N. Vail, which is said . Uta must liberal and oomprehen Blve ivir devised I'nder It the families and dependents of the em? ployes come in for their benefits, making altogether mote than a quar tST ff S million beneficiaries. The 110^000.000 fund will be made from year to year by appropriations from the American Telephone and TeOsajBph OoaaBaay and associated ? omi.anies. the Western Vtilon TslS frsph and Western Klectric companies. The Hell system and sssofistsll in i??r??sts sjTSS employment to 17&000 Versons. Of this number 180*000 are employes of the Bell telephone con ?ems. The t'-tal yearly payroll is 1115,000,0001, something more than .Vm m oil mo hein* paid out to the em? ploys* Of the telephone system alone. Male employes of sixty years or more whii have been twenty ycais in the service mav retire on pensions. The company has the option to retire them ;.t tho age if fifty-five years If they have served twenty-five years. The pension age of the females is five vears younger in each ?ase. Any em? ploye, if he has served thirty years, may be pensioned by the president. The pnnssnsi la baaed on the years of Service and the amount of pay, and will be i per cant of the average an? nual pajr for tea years, multiplied by - ysara "f ear ?tea. A thirty-year BBploys would set .<<> per cent of the uvera*.- salary received during his ? tea rears of ssnrlca, No pension \ in be less than 120 a month. For accidents while at work the em? ploye i ?reives fur total disability full fOf thirteen we? ks and half pay until he returns to work, up to six rs. Temporary disability brlasjsthe itns. ?M epi that half Day is si- . ii until the employe can earn B I. not exceeding six years, i' nil pay for thirteen weeks is pro? 1 Idad for sick employ SB of ten years : enrice, together with half pay f>.r thirty-nine weeks Fi.e to ten years' Berries brings the same full pay time, ?i thirteen Breaks of half pay. Two to riv? years' service brings four weeks' pay and aine weeks' half pay. ids of departments may pay hone 10 employes ander two years' ser ... In case of death due to performance of work the employe gets insurance equs? to three years' pay, the maxi? mum j.iiym.nt ballig *."..<* ?0. Oeath '. other causes ont.side of business will be met with one year's pay for em? ployes ten vears in service and six BtOdths1 pay for five to ten years' ear? ths maximum being ^'J.'sni. Btatc laws providing for more liberal coni ? -ation will prevail. Kmployes may have option as to legal rights in acci? dent cases as against th?- benefit plan. .i.?ministration of the funds wiil be in the hands of an employes' benefit committee of f've. to b< appointed by the board of directors of each company The committee uf each associated COSB? Ask any wearer of our clothes. (?et his ideas of the wear. stylt-, tit and value. Whether he paid .$20 or lias a more expensive suit? we'll hank on his answer. He must be satisfied, or he wouldn't have the suit. For most every day we ask all our friends to bring hack inything that isn't just right in every way. The best of woolens, the most eareful work: and then the whole question of whether you keep the clothes left en? tirely to you. Overcoats and soils. The opening Of rinks re? minds us Skates and hockey sticks. Everything for Fall and Winter sports. Rogers Peet Company, Three Broadwty Stori *J at at it Warren St. 13th St. 34th St ! piiny will have Jurisdiction over the lipnefltg for employes of that company. The employes' benefit committee of the American Telephone an?l Telegraph ! Company will have general Jurisdiction ' over the plan for the entire system and ?psCaflC authority as t?i the American ) TstophsBS and Telegraph Company's ! employes' benefits. | HELD AS "WIRE TAPPER" I McDonald Fifth Man Whom Carolina Men Accuse. l'etmotive? Daly and Willier, of Police Headquart-rs, arraigned in the West Hid* ?'ourt yesterday n man whom they sal?l vas James McDonald, fifty yours old. liv? ing at the Hoffman House, on a charge of being a membar of the wire tappln?: Kan* Which raeently got I25.0U) from two men from Wllmtnfftuii, N. ?'. He was held In $2.??0 ball for examination to? morrow, when four atbaf men previously arrested will he nrralened for a hesrlne on the same charge. McDonald I? accused of bavins reprS? H*?rit"(1 himself as h Western I'nlon Tele? graph Company oflclnl, who SSBM secure ? advance Informntlon regarding the Mary? land races and enable his friends to bet I In poolrooms before the returns from th?* races were ?riven In. The gang, which, according to the police, went to a great deal of expense to set the money from the two Southerners, operated In both Wilmington and New York. Dr. J. W. Powell, a dentist of the Southern city, und K. ('. Sldbury, a lawyer, were swindled out of $25.000 by the gang. The detectives arrested McDonald on Saturday night on the top Of a MfSiaMa DliSS stase. which was proceeding through 74th ytreet. The man reniilly ad? mitted hlfe Identity, It wns said. The de? tectives told Magistrate Murphy that Mc? Donald hart a long pollc? 10601 d Bad was known under many aliases McDonald could not furnish ball and was committed to the Waal Side prison. a HALF TOWN CHIPPED IN Wilmington Had Great Hopes of Wire Tapping Game. Many bllBlnBBB men of Wilmington. N. C, were concerned Is the ajmdteate that M.ently tried to make u "killing" here l?y means Of wire tapping, according to Information re? el ved bsrs yesterday from t . South. The storv Is that the m.n row known to fame as Klrby Cleveland Rklbury and Dr. W. J Towell. who brought money north and invest??! It with "J. B Dawsing," were acting for others who had pooled their interests and ln tn:nted the cash to them Several deu ? ons. S BOSdsy school superintendent. M reral ofhYers IS thr.? of the four hanks in the town and many merchant? of stau?lint, it is understood, had "chipped In" 10 make up IBS pura' that was to get the "long green" from the New York bookmahei a Klrst off. UM iottthorn wiretapping ?yndlCSte, according to U>B story BThlch was asnl lo the United Passa by Ik* ??Wilmington Star." raised VM *Mch I ?raa handed to "Do?" PoWOU and t?i 81d j burr, who has nlatlves here bhiI who the ' nun in Wilmington thought ?as ahout th<? last cry in the ?say si worldly wisa young men. flying Fairy whs the first hoi se played That elusive quadruped was running at Laurel, Md.. and fljtwt Went t?> the bad that day, which, by the way, wa? Friday, September II The rspresastsUsaa <>f thr syndical?! w>n- satisfied that th?y had inml? a mistake and played their money, Wl ? n, ;i -cording to "Mr. Dawsing." he had Inatructad tliem to "pla?e" It. <?r. in the psrlsnee of the track, to play the bsrsa t?> run second, which It did. it looked ?o assy that shan Mr. Bid? rains back to t?'?wn from wiiming l??n he hud $14???0 of the syndicat?'?- coir. which the wireless win tappers daeldad the] aead' ? CROWD CHASES MAD DOG Animal Shot by Policeman After Biting Two Persons, A BUppOBSd mad ?log bit two BStSOtUl tnid gavi- a nttSSbsf of poUosaBSB Hn?l citi? zen* a chas, in liai bin ySBtSfda) morn? ing. Those i.itt.-n were Mamies Hsnr] en yeSIS old. Of N'o 1"* Kant l]8th ' and Bdnin Pfeiffer, twenty-nine, Of No. 116 Bs*t J l**tli ?-tr?-.-t. The ?log WBS shot aid killed by Detective Mahonev af? ter being i un into a esllsi al No it? i ; ; ? ?-1 Itttll street. Some ho) s srere playing at ?nth streei atid Park avenue, when the ?big nwhsd ?uc< ng them and ?tfdsed Maurice Henry by the right hand. The viearas of t!? DOy bl ought DdWln Pfeiffer t?i his fl!d and the animal attacked Pfelffel and hit iiim ? n the right band The dog then lan Dp Park avenu?-, h crowd numbering three hundred or mor ["Mowing. Mahoney ftrsd Ns pistol twl.e at the ?lo? as h raa up the avenue, but mleeed it Other pollesmea who had asms Bp took shots al it and also mb-sid Finally th?- ?log ran itit-> the cellar in ?I W?s there Rilled. Pfeiffer arid ysung Henry went to the Sydenham HospftsJ, at lltith street and tsosad avenue, where Dr. KlBck cauler lfc??l their ?rounds ;twc more farm bureaus Lackawanna Pleased with Its Agricultural Project. Kollowing out the plan of eatahlishmg Ism bureaUM at various stations along It? lines, tin Delaware, Lackawanna A Waal era Kailroad, which, in ?-onnectlon with tlie Department at Agriculture, has main? tained such stations at rilnillBllHllll. 1)1 I mira? N. Y., an>! Newton. \. ,)., (or the | ???st two .wars, has announ? ad tlat the I work Is to h<- pushed on and that in tin inMV futUTS two more stations are to !>?? j opened. It was said at ihe ofhcea of th? road as ISsturdsy ?hat no particular localities had ?i m?!? ?Otad and that the ofSelsla arara j waiting to hear from communities Int.r est? i in the prpject before deciding "WS ar- greatly pleased with What baa o? '-n arrompHahad at our thrsa stations. ' in otb.rial of the railroad said, "arid are ' SOW . onflrmed In our opinion that th?' \ method of ?-onductlng these farm burea, s ! Is such that the farmers will get results I most desirahle character. We fell all along that the idea or having an SB? pert agricultiirlst 'ocated at a given point Sad devoting himself exclusively to the I improvement Of agriculture within a ra 'ditis of BSVSn or eight miles of his head quartars, giving soientiiic or practical ad I vl?? whenever asked for and conducting .. . asapadga Of education, was the l?e?t I plan yet ?volved lor promoting agricult i.,,ii deeelopssanl In this country ? The plan adopted bj the Lssaasrsnna j Itailroad was U*al Of i'rofessor \V. J. iSnillman. h. al ?f the llur?au of Farm | Kanasemanl of the Papal lina nl of Auri lutUur?. Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Exceeds all others in leavening power and wholesomeness. Used wherever the best and finest food is required. A Chief Aid to Home Baking MMAMGAL SHRANK FROM TAKING UVES Conscience Goaded Dynamiter to Spare Night Watchmen in Placing Bombs, He Says. PACED STREETS IN FEAR McNamara Would Kill Employe to "Attract More Attention," Asserts Accuser of Union Officials. Indianapolis. Nov. 10. -Conr.cl.-ncr *,, svarcaaN Ortla i: Of? MaaiaaJ a-baa as blew up a "Joli" at Mount Veinon. Ill . on April ty. Ubs, that h<- was as the v?.i?o ,,r quitting un.i . xp?,f.inK la? m. Naaaara dynamit?? plots live months bsfSTa Ul: ISSS oi twaatjr-asM lives .11 Loa Anaalss .NUMaii.ti.il, ah? will continu"?- Ms !ck tlniony to-morrow at th.- trial of I . forty-iive acceaad dynamit?- plettara Bays, in a arittea nonf4aal<?m, pan ..t whit h I,a? basa nia?1e public hy Charles w. afinar, th.- United Btatai alta that iwic- ?hila proarUai sbsal .a stahl with aasaha undot nia .r m ;..? bad tu tas ploy ta. t In saving tri,- 1?\,.S ,,f Blffcl watebmaa. Tha Inetdenta rslattra to tii. Mount Vernon explotaos u* Blvaa b| M Manlgal ar?-: He went t.? Mom,i Varaos S| w.? ..i Ht. IaiUIs. ?,j'll|.Il With l*,m)l- |,|,,.. ? .!? .1 by John J Mi Namai... w eil liliu to blon HP ,i ' 'W t? . I su in Mount Versea betna erectsd by BOB)? union nun Pirat regulating Um tln.epi?-.. So that the honid would explod, at 11 S p. ni, In his ronin si ? hotel. Ucataatcsl ptacsd it where, h?- roa aider ad .t srsuM ???? the BMMt tlamag?. I.uti-t I <? dis?"???'? red Um hoinU v>;m sln al direct) tensa h tu. Bight watchman3 BbaltSt und Il tnan Was un dut \. Trias to Sava Watchman. M' Matilg.il walked aiiiut on lu?' S) site mj.. ,,f th?j strssl lie sbssrrad tha? the watchman seldom Isfl his BOBt must iric\ltal>l> bt lilown u| uni.-s I.. ? ? ? ?v*i bc K"tt?n asrs] ? nsSLCtaf Um ?iilihmun la <?oriv?Tmitl??ii. lie attempt) i to Indine hlm tu go to a tbSatrs, b?J| |i wan of no use The watchman reganloi the invUatl.'ti with nuKplclon In dt.-spi-ration. th? uvnamlt'T IQlUIBBd to his hotel, prsaarsd a aasalOsi boaii tim.ii ta axptadV at sbaiM r. ;-? afcOoeb and, sneaking through SB alley, placel r ? s??, ond bssab sl i. rassota part of II" The puipos?.. M> MiuiIk.iI BBjrS, w.. th.- remoter bomb, USSSd IS explode about Bra mlautea bafora Um sUmi ons, is srsa the watchman f i ? ? ni his >li? It? r. so in would ba Sl UM wreck of Um first ex? plosion ssmO out of dsaajsi abafl Um und orrnried lim ms the interval Mcafaalsal . i the HtreetH in apprehension, l"st h!?? plain miscarry. Hut it had IBS BaSsTSd BSTl I and, on ???eilig tin- watchman walking abOUt SfiSr h?.til explosion?, he took I. train for St. O^CBlla McNamara Would Kill, He Ssyv While looking. In loinpan, with .1 U M'-NamarH. foi a spot to place a t.otni) On a |uh In South ( hl.ago at night, on 0"S*> ruary 24, Util, McMaBlgBl asserts In bis confession, he aiul Ul '?amara decided the only point whew- the axploalsa culd d<> much duiiuige wan where a wat. Inn.m usual!) was peats*! |fi ?amara, sceord Iiik t.? M? Manigal. was ill fa\or 1il dh> iStSISlni tin wai.iimati, saying. "II lha watchman Is blown UP, that Bill attract more attention." M.ManUa? BBSS Im pro tested, und finally laduoed M< Naru.u ,i la ilecid?- on aimtiiet spot. In all of then?. Instance?-'. M< MiiiiIk i I l ?arts, Im was tstnptsd to sail dynamiting, I but was cautioned by tbSOa who paid hlui that "they had the goods on him lie I probably will be on the stand for a we?-k m HELD AS BOMB THROWER Youth DenieR Knowledge of Explo sion at Moving Picture Show. When Nunzio Spiulaiora, a \outh nf No 28'.' Kast ISth attest, was arraigned >et. terday bafora Muglsttate Kailow in th. Kssex Al.nli.t .'.nut. he plead. .1 not guilts 11.. the ebarsjs ef alarlBf a Uajbtad bomb In the exit of a niosing picture theatre at Mo iTk rirst avenu? asi Bsturda) sight. whi'-h uajarai ssrsa psraaaa when it ex? ploded. He ask.d for SB adjoin nin.ut of three da>s. hut the mnRli?trate. at th? <<?? ! ipiest Of Hete.tiw l'nliao. who a.i. t< I I th- man. held the prlnorier until this morn? ing In default Bf 13,34)1 BaH Spin'afoi;. is ?p??? m. iiiiv eharsad aitB a violation af SeClll.II No IStf Sl UM fell.il l'ode. I? latlng to bomb explonloli? Accor.iiiiK to iieteitive Caataln Poya, of the Plast Dstasttva Mvlaana, hi aras told bf Misal.? <'iise?sa. owner of tic theatre, that Thosasl Cassaaa, ins tatbi had Basa Ipad?fora Isariag lbs sid. ^\ii of the llieatie live tnilUlteH b?foie th? iMinib exploded. TO BUILD NEW MASONIC TEMPLE. Till K?dron Ma*onl< fuit, It waa an nouiifd last night, will ba held In tha Brooklyn Masonic Templa. Clarmont and Lafayrtt? avenu -, I.. giXnlng to--lay .nid continuing until Sunday. It arltl be h-id under the loint suspicea of K'-dron I^xIk?-. bj;'. I'. nul A II., aid K.ilron i'hapter. 84, <>. K. s The objeci w lo ralas fund i.. build a Mtuoutr Temyle at Uath Beach. II). S. BENIS GE?N WAR ON AMERICAN 01 Banks Behind Government Me nopoly Move to Shut Out This Country's Product. Jleishman GIVES WARNINi Diplomatic Contest May Ensu Over Scheme to Bar Standard in Favor of Properties of Home Investors. Washington. Nov. ri -The plan of th fJerSSSa government to take over the o bmdneas of that ?ountry. thus utoppln i oaapstttlon In all from this and oth? COttntriaS is aT.out to become a live I SSL between tin go', al nmetits of ?Germany an America. Already the rean>aatlone for a dipiomati ( "litest BSTO hen laid, Sad Mr I.elshmei tie American Ambassador, has put In avast pretael the rights of th?? n *? hi? h I" to be ftsilOSrsd by mor rigorona repr?sentation? uni?-sa th atnsndmants t" th.- prsjestsd oi; monopoi bul win? h th?- Osrnssa government 1 now making shall serve to render th Injurions la ptsbasle e! feet t.? the industry In Amerha The Oermsn Ksvernmsnl itself ha? la III ?? knsWB that It expei ta American j i:iadi- ??. asses! t?i ti??? nteassres udopt?. aa ? ong the lases of the sail I truel ?? ?Ulm ton In America. It also ha lrtlrn.it.,I Ihgl u might re?cn ni> attempt on tm? part of the Amerl?? i ??v.-rnm.-rit t.i Int? rf?re in what it ?on aassra the purely mtsffnsl affaire of o?r Would Kill Amanean Business, i-t t!,. State Department lia? ful bound t" j:.. ??? i ,i. thl- .ase as it S'ouli other, having fully satisfied Itsei ? the pminted legislation i balls i banged tas eresttea of tin Ipropoaed isveranaanlBl moaamoty ?oui? rat.,: bloa I?. the American oi ?t? in < ??u rnaii> . The Gsrmsn plan of a. ?.ion i? diarios.? ' :u r/nrisua oftlcUl statetnents to be of thl effe, t A fill has been prepared by I he imperil sovernmeni nadoi wbteh a monopoly ii ? the mu of lllomlnsting oil ha? hen ?.? gsnlssd, nltli everj piaepeel that it artl beooma a law at the spproaaohlng aaaaloi of th?' parliament. The hill uuthui l/.e: , Hi" ersstlon ??f a cocpseatlotti in a/hld , tn?- Qsrtnsn iswoiniiisnl ?in participate ? to purchase and distribute Illuminating ot , to ?balers In <;?rrnany at an agreed muxl mum price and under an ??*? lu?lm II ???use for at leitet thirty year?. I o popularize this ni?-.isiirc, the profit? [graj to pa devoted to "puhll. social Un' ? I? i taking," hut this fact has arousec formldahaa opposition among the antl-so ItHsltSttff ClsSM in Hermany, who Insist that thS act Is to he followed hy th, i reatlon of similar ?SSatmsUsa to deal Sil h IshrtcStlng oil and gasolene. This ?orporatlon Is to take BVSf volun tartly or hy condemnation all of th?' <-x tensive retell ?ilstrihuting i.iants of in? 'run- ?'ii Company, the (Seaman bran?'ii of (he Standard ? ?II ? ollipanv. Banks Behind tha Plan. The Osrmsii osntsaUos hsa been thai tins monopoly would not interfere will I the v>li<il'-sab- trade of the Am?rl"an oi prodUCSra, as the "Hegle" would buy It.? oil from America. Hut the ofnVlal report?. abovi raferred t?? part tin- matter in a different light, for It UJ made to appcm thai i.ack if the Oseasen pian is ons ??( iba tu st powerful Herman banks, th? bead of which is strongly ?pi-ohed to oil vsmnstlUon from Aniiirfctv This bank ami lotbara COnnsCtSd with It are repr?senle.I ' io he large!] Interested in Austrian, Itus i alan and Servian ?ill fields. Al presenl th.- total Sil Importation Inte j (lern. amounts to HMM tons annually, i oi which ;<imm i? from th?- United states. I The ? h Mian banks have In vastad almost *. 1,000,1 0 In the louthers ?tursasaa prop? ami .h. rapraoentsd by the reports a determined to fore?- their product upon marks! to th?- exclusion of the Am?rl ., i Realising, howsver, thai iaa i . nanga muai be made ?-.ludually. to ault : the oooaomera as to quaUty, it if proponed i that about *? pei eenl of the ??ii d? ?sand ?be Hied (?niporailh by the American prodiM i To Protest la a Duty. U Bppearj "'at the BOSltlOO of IBS Slate Dspartmenl is that, while It cannot prop [srty ohjnrt t>? the assumption by tha Oes? ' man Kovernment of the retail oil business m Oermsn) ao ion?; a* the Ameri?-an In teroata bos engaged U; thai trade an?. i,,;,. I . !ii|.?-nsat?-d. it uo.il.l be lall | lug in Ita duty to the American oil Inler i .-sis II ii did ""' object to the form which the proposed m?asure has taken. In lb? ?I? oartmerit's VaSST, this, by plac iiii,' the iii.inop?il.v in th.? hands of the Oermsn banking Interest controlling the South ir 11 mpaaii Beads, would almost di rectl! dsatroy the great (lerman whole? sale trade in Bal which Americans now enjoy. BBS li an? Im o, No., io ? "After year? A Very Special Sale of Men's Sweaters Real pals?these Sweaters. Soft, woolly fellows. The kind of thick, soft woollyness that makes a real Sweater worth while. And in a riot of colorings? the rich Crim? son that fair Harvard made famous, the brightest of brilliant Reds, a conservative Navy Rlue, a deep toned Green, an Antnmn Brown, a Snow White, and hunches of the ever favorite (?ray. Many trimmed with har? moniously contrasting colors. Warm and comfy. Of course. And made a little more form fitting than seems necessary, so that clinging closely becomes a habit from the start. They button up the front with Pearl Buttons?Coat Fashion. And they have a Vr neck. Regularly sold at $4.00 and $5.00, sometimes more, and at that are what might be termed as a "good buy." Rut to you our price averages about one-half of what you would expect to $0 J*elO pay. Our Very Special Sale Price is ad?Jl/ ^_, ' MfOEA SAME 4^O0nWl\^OV1ff?R5HIP^SINCE 0845^ e^??DVdaY ATWARRfN ST. - NEW YORK -ST- AV.. BET 27" a 28T"S1 5 FULTON?T^ATiLaJnUSHAV^-BftOOKLVN-BROADWAY AT BEDFORD A\? AMUSEMENTS. METROPOLITAN $$& To-ulght .it s -Manon Lescaut. l.uTczia n?.rl (?1*buti. Duchen?.. i-truno, BcettL ri.KU ro!a Hada, H?Ih? Con. PelaVece <<l?-l>uti. \V?d. at S - Tannhaetiaer. In-.tlt n Fratn BteS, Sl.zak Wall Wltherspoon, rt?-la?. Mln ?haw Conductor. H?rtx. Thura. ai H Gioconda. P??tlnn. Hom.r. na? ch?!.?, ?'aru?o,Amato.He?urola ? ond Polacco. F?rl. ?t s IS Hiitterft) F;irar. Kornla; Marrin, Bcottl. Rail? Ceo? Sturanl. Hal. slat, .it 1 30 - (?cxtlerdaemmeriing. rr?rn?t*d. Hmntr, Fornla. viten Bparkee; Burrl?n. Ofleweld. Weil, (lorltz <'r>n?l . H?rtz Nett Week: Mon a? S . Kocnlgaktnder. F*arr?r. ltob??on (SebUtl, Kurnla. J>rn. Oerlts D1<1ur. Relea Coed . Herir. Tue?... Not. IB. .?I H Phlla ? hi?mo Opera Ce. Hamlet. Eepptll, ' iM-r-.a. Tlt?a Huffo .?'-tut' Hebe tV ? Beeti Warn;ir> Hteolajr, Oen'l Ma? i>'r Cempealal HAHDMAN PIAN?) t'HFD OCDIIQI II* TIIF.ATKK. Tuertar Aft.. nCrUDLIw \\*?t -PJ.1 st. No? IS, al i ?S M:X St. John's Guild Reporta of OiTicera. A?!?ire.-?? by Rev. Karl Reiland. Songs liv Mrs. Katherine Hanford. STEREOPTICON VIEWS and MOTION PICTURES of the w?>rk of the Sea-Side and Floating Hospitals. Open to Ihn I'nbllc. Adinl.klon I r?. ( VRM.i.lK HAI I, lleflnnlns NOV. 17. 1 HAVEL TALK?. 5 ??.\\ BTgNINOH ai s .in ?Ii.f ?urij?c? "Holland." fo"ow?rt bv "Kural Fraaer." "8wlti??rland." "Munich to Berlin." "Ireland and "*olt?bergen." COURSE SALE j ?mei? Tlekel .-???>' CLOSES TO-DAY ',!p n, Wt?mow?or. t (MONDAY' AT 5 [ Pg^??<!$..el Stella atayhew, Royal I .u?arle Huk.ra Kord Mat? 2'< A *?>V Plater?, not her t.lg ?rt?. NEWMAN UAMMERSTEIN'S ?? u.i. mm *. \i of strenuous efforts to obtain control of independent ?>u eaaaasasles operating la California and on the Pacific '"oast, that they niliiht sipvessft.lly combat the Stand ard "Il in the struggle for supremacy In th? Asiatic and European business, the Shell interests'of London. Kngland. hended hi Mr Marcus Samuel, chairman and dominant sftVtal Of the Shell Transporta? tion Company, elrtusltp hav?- complete?! a ?leal whereby they will tnUe over th I'nlon oil Company of California and th?? output Oi the General Petroleum Company und the Independent oil producers." said "The Chronicle" today. The deal In? volves $0.000.000. It Is said. WILL RE-ELECT GOMPERS Labor Conditions Satisfactory, Says Federation Head. !<?>< heater. Nov. 10?The thirty-second annual convention of the American Fed? eration of l-ubor. to ?onvene at 10 o'clock to-morrow, will be on?- of the nio?t har naonlOIH fcel?! for many years, according to eigaslaatloii officers. The executive ? ouncil held a three hours' session to-day. going ?iver the report? to be submitted. ?Among those present ware Bainuel Goni I 1 ?i ??, president; Frank; Morrison, secre? tary; lohn U. Lennon, treasurer; Jamee i Duncan, tiret vlc?--presldent, and John ? Mitchell, second vice-president. There Is no subject of ov.-i BhSdSS Ing ' importance to come before th? Convention ' this year." said Mr. Gomp?'is UHalght. "General ?:on?iltlonH In the labor world are ' sHt(sfa?tory. There are many tbinga, 1 however, for which organixed labor has ! been flRhtlng that are not yet won. Chief of these Is the eight-hour day. Another 'is the abolition of child labor. We will . never be satisfied until tiie children of the workmen of this country are Hble to I enjoy their schools and their homes m? I stead of Kolng to the factories." I The Hrltish Trades Confess will be iaprapestad by three ilalagaloa 1 a. led? , don. Of Kiigland, H. M Smllli.-. of |00t? ! land, and John W. BrUCO, of ?'auada, Th? conaensuM ?if opinion among the delegates here to-nlKht Is that Samuel Gompers will be re-elected lo the Beset? ? dency. \ committee of Eabor men left here res? terdaj for laocheatsr with a view to form? ing a national htdopandenl lalior political party. No attempt will be rna'l?- to con v?-,t tha unions themselves into party |k> ^itical organizations. 1 lie 1-Vdernt? d l?a | DOT party before the ? 1? ctlon indorsed the i ?-ntlre I i. ni?., i ;? t!?? ttck?-t CUBAN CONSPIRATOR KILLED Negro Who Fomented Havana Riot Shot Resisting Arrest. Havana, Nov. 10.?Colonel Isidro Ac?-a, a neur?? ?onspirator In the MgSk I evolu? tion tn Oriente and ringleader In a recent riot at Havana, was klllcl near I la?, arm to-day, while resisting arrest Sime the trouble in the capital Aces has been a fugitive from Justice. AMUSEMENTS. 8S99SI S ?t 4*1 44fti Dallj KHS.2.BW s???,? |1?' s. UNDER MANY FLAGS ? .?.>'. o triplet? New Bp< . '..> WINTER GARDEN [^?Si? I. IVwIi .f PASSING -MO? OK 191!. B3TH ST. Tfcw, 33, nr B*wsjr To-night. H:I.V : i?l?llr DIKCrirC'"d EnaiUh <<>me?i> to. aPIBIC nUOOlLL0 ? ?h, Mtoop? t.? ( niiquer." ?8TH ST. Ot?? 4Sth, B. of B*J Inm's K?e. WILLIAM COLLIER aJWiai ,?. DALY'H, B war and a?ttl B*?4 M'KII. Et *?? i?":! : THE RED PETTICOAT ,;?!?,;"n BVwajrTtu.cor.41st Ev.S:13 Mta.Ws4t.assi The Dove of Peace i VOli*"* **?t? West of B'way. Bra? sl ? LI 1\1L atattaaaa w-.i and Bal -' ^ ,; ./f; JULIUS CAESAR Cast la. iu.ie? Mr Pav?raBaaa, Prank Kfn.in, -, i .ii- Power, Fuller MellUh, Ml.?? Ju playhouse ^^1";:,r)!;i;i:;s!:1 LITTLE W_0 MEN Mas?a? KUtott'a Th., 99th, bat. B'jf .<? rl w VS. aMs??!a!?s!' READY MONEY ' i \sTSO,TfV??.~ .?. I?. Eir.a n?. aTt? Wad, flat. THE MERRY COUNTESS William i'..lii?>r's COMEDY. 41st.E.of B*way ' ?? FANNY'S FIRST PLAY WEBER & FIELDS '"? m?''" ***+?" NEW MUSIC HALL ., V,.^i r...i.i? II?!' S- In-' \\ .?' R ' t.??,??'-!? ?, M.in.ig??: FIRST PERFORMANCE " " ..' WEBER S FIELDS' ALL STAR STOCK CO. Thur?. Ktc NOV. 21 i \ST OP OVER 1"" INCLUDES: fNora) BATES and NOKW'OKTII .Jack) IKWK IIAMKIM BKKHIK CLAYTON \i: t ut u AI I ??WORTH HELENA I ul I II- K GAHK1I K v\ i mi i: and FIELDS' a nit MAKIB DKESHI.ER. h "ROI V POLY" and a Barl'sqas ?WITHOtT IHK LAW." AUCTION SALE OF SEATS !??E8?: FRI., NOV. 15,3:30P.M. OB? \ im ?lo.i.*ra M?rie Dressier. >or? Baye?, WH ll.iiii < ollier. Prank Daniel?. Juck Nor u.irlh ,.i .1 ..ih.-r? fear? ? ?.'.ki. In i<l\anr.. foi pSStOIBS? ?in-.-? otiu-r tii..n th? prsaatsr ?>? on ?nie ,->t th Hall Till RfDAV. NOV. 14. li A. M. Manhattan Op. Ha., 84th * ?t Av Thur?. Era. The Oreat Prury Lane TUC aVUlD The?*.. T-onrton, Hur. r-i Int flillr j? :,.i WKST UM), r.'fith \V of Sth 4ve K? ? ? I :< i., fiei.i. U?NITY PARKY m?'" ?-?.i i're??iits nan??! ranai a Bat.. 3:18, tJf?O I apifie B'way ?4 HOih Si Evgs. 4 20. naLLRwa ?s Mattaeea we.i a Pat . 2 20. Last Werk si AIIR UflVEt w,'h HENRY TrilsThaatre UUH TV If Cd KOI.KKK. Mon , Novl*. Xnion? in "Ths Paper i'liaae" Phoas 8M)o Col ????' ?' '.V>eT- Oyaatorltacaj. ?'R*" l'iei r.- I.otl-Jinllth li.iutlei BptrctMl? THE DAIUHTER OF HEAVliN LITTLE THK.ATKK. 240 W 14 Bl ANATOL SNOW WHITE K\ery BvsBlnfl ,it s 4 latarday Mat at I :i< A Falry-Tale ! flajr for ChHdrca, At B 30 Ever) Afternoon, ex.-ept S.?: m du \ ? El TIN fit w??> *3?l Pt K\n> at B:13 L. Il nnB m ,.? a/ad ,1 .t s.,? m -j 1:. WITHIN THE LAW ' > rnuAWc Th.-.-i. H'v 4:t.? si Bva.a ia m. uunaa a Mate wed ?nd sat, ?-? n ucu. m, uunan -Broadway" ?jones. U irajf, 431 h st Eve?. ?.i;,. ataja Wad. an.i su , iris WSJD. MAT 33? lo f I 33 1)01 (?I AS ' ASTOR THERE NEVER WAS FAIRBANKS IM HAW! H?RNE SUCH 01 THE A HIT! IJ^S. A. GRAND'"' " S;:,-Av Mat.W_??i. ' ' i.i.-. ?Iierry, 'Tnanrni B?.' We?t 44t!i Sl. Kvenlng? *\t S.'.'O , Mnt? Thol ?, .?.id Km 3 90. "MISSSTARRTRIUMPHS" FRANCES STARR Iteml Anv N.Y i.'rltlc. DAVID BELAf ,,ieM-i,l I11 THE < ASK 01 ?JECKY, ncntlDl lf*v- ? ?' Ki?>iiin???t <:iii afata I KXrUDLIW4 ,1 st wv.i a,?i Sai , ?.. \y ] I* William 1:1.1..It un.I Davl.l Helaa.-o pre?ent ! I GOVERNOR'S LADY lOllintJ ^fl Hlnnla Dupree. "The l.lttle UfllUN ?ll|s Parlalenaa." R?in? D?vle? H'ltsyt 1 HI. Ht..> Sully?, .lohn P. W'aile S i'o. nnnvoil lvAt dkvm.i.k kkhtivaiZ WULUtllBL U \|.I. UTAR ACTS. B'wa] S "-?I >' . iirt?in 1 4? ?nd 7:4.'.. 10 OIAMRRA '""" m,i;i''w' "th? banc? ALriamnna lDrsam,M llermln? Shon? St t Are, it 1UJij4j ^(??rjKrsnk North* c. . oth UiDI Cli "'' Mr?. WIkk? of th?r?Tal. nanLcra ,, (abbaas rauh. 11-,, AMUSEMENTS. MU MASON MU VOKK'H I.EAIHM. THEATRES I'M CIRC ; * ?nth 8t Eve? ? - Lmrini. uatl u.,. _,,,,, ?j,, M ._. ,R TO-\M.I^T AT 8:15 .\.l.l|.l',t from ?el h) Robar) Hieben? in BELLA DONNA I YPPIIM u ?' ?'"? * ' ?hars LlUbUm ?i | Thurs an?I Sa: 2:3. M,SSBILLIE BURKE :^ ? i UK mim. the r\i\i- <.n:i ? ?ADDIPaf '?"? ' r B**! UHnnibn ?,?,.,; the ?>n?erful - TIIK ATT\(K, CRITERION I, SEATS THURS. i M \ I MOMllAI Hew H Us - W?4ATAILS :; M: vAii s n ??siK? than TUU : ex< ist; nEr HARRIS v -, , " - ?-' A RICH MAN'S SON - n ?? ? no-ilv -TeleerasS FULTON ;: ,. \, A CELESTIAL SUCCESS!! I YELLOW JACKE? uiincny v "? m ? - "? m nUUjun j ..-, w.... v ? -, ?. week HELEN WARE mniAot NOV. 19 MRS.FISKE THE HIGH ROAD rgrih i nt ir-. MUHT. B:I.V SOS ?p.r.'t:? PIXEEY a r.rni-M "THE GYPSY", NEW ?BSTCIUUB g?t M'KDNRSDAl M \T<?. BEST SKAT? ?1.30 Muslcel Rom THE COUNT ? LUXEMBOURG LIBERTY ?&, MILESTONES i IDCQTV I? 4.-.1 si BretilB HataW?* LIDCnil s Aal Wed Mata,, Me si 30. by knoU ?i.r-.".'tt and Edward Kioblaueh. Knlrk??rl>iM-kpr. B'way. 3*Hh s? Bv?i S 15 Matin???!'?. Wrdncft?!?) and Saturday, ft?f* Thr la.? Word In Mini, ni < onirtl?, OH! OH! Ur Ll IIIM MOUUN ?NMifssfl KVRS. ?;U. wei>. mat. rop rRlft? I ZIEGFELD FOLLIES fiilETY ?'??>' and 4?lh Hl" !?:%-.i ? ti. aniel l Hot*, *7ed and Bei ai 1 TO-MOHT AT 8:15 (Hr.t Tita?? A Nee Airarte?? Fare?- by Frederic Chapla C. O. D. M?.\T?.<>MEIt\ * trrovK U wa>. i<? St II.?IE JAM?? Eve? -< 18 The ladt el the ?upper. < VRNKtilK H \ L L. PHILHARMONIC BOCltf? OF NEW YORK. JOSEF STRANSKY comem Thur?.. \?>\. 14, 8:15; Mm No?. IS. *:W ?"ha ELMAIVT \? . ins-n-ti-ri?It rah m??Kittf r?lii'fthorf?. rtab? rlptlen and ?insi? tickets bow ?a ?as .'? Box OfTic KHI s F. I.?lf??l?. M' ? MENTAL HYGIENE EXHIBIT Opon Dailv. 0 A M. ?10 I'. M CITY COLLEGE, W>?.t IftSth sirp^t a St. Mehelaa Tt>rr??r* Breed??*] Subway to ISTU. St NOVEMHER ?I'll TO 15TH. 1912. Lecturre, ?'hart?. Mpvine Hetur?? ?ho-alBS CAUSES OF INSANITY :: Mas? Meethase: Nov. B, It, Il PA. Tu?* ?iii.i Thura ? ?.?ning?. NaSfSl ?I???*??"??"? e?|>lali????I by ??\pcrt.. ? T. *? ADMISMON FREE. . HORSE SHOW Th? H..\ Ofllc? .ii ihr MADISON Mjl \*\ ?.ARDEN ?ill b. .-.pen fr. ? m It A M u r M ..n MONDAY. Tt EHIIAY & WEDNE** DAY. th? a ttli. l.'th .iii.l lllth ?f M>\ ta? ll I'.R. fOI Hi.- sele of ?cat? and h????*? fort? eatlr? ?-'k of th*" ?ho?* and on and *&*' \?v it tor reservad ???at? for any ?IB*1 performant?? K AEOLIAN H A EL. lat < onert Tu**. Ev.. Not. I?. J* NEISELQUARTET ? \??.|?atiiiK Artist. Ml?? Frtada *1??*? *.' to M.fto. Ml?. Lore l W ?>?'?_** ClMENDORF^GaELL tT0.D*i BUT. 3.30?r-ri',' mV _\ EM OW STONE TARK." _^ ?Sjaf fsVlT B'wejr and SOtb St. Kvi??. W DldUU M K-t EVERY PAY AT ? ?^ 'V? RAINEY'SAFRICAN HUNT A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN rS 5?I? iUC BTwey, JuMaa sti*???r. navi* m 111 A f Ci :M|, st. ,aro. Klmh,.rly * W* D'il Mat U.V.M?? .Burn? A Kult?n. ot!>???