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Albert Hart Has a Close Call in the Garden Show Ring. KtAL THRILL FOR CROWD ?pills a-Plenty in Jumping Con test?Blue Goes to Sir Adam Beck's Sir Thomas. Hom would you Uke to be rldlng a f)f.rs. that turned a complete someyault t;i Bttanapthaf to take a fence? If you wnnt to know how It fe.lr fttat nsk Al bort B. Hart. son of Patrlck Hart, of Btatan Island, for he enjoyed, or rather aaiffered, this experlence at the afternoon >n ef the horse show in Matllson Bqnarc OordeH yesterday. Mr. Hart waa mounted on '?' s. M. Van Beuren's brown mare Vltginln in a fancy Jumping con pactatOfl and Julges alike were - hy one of tht raoot remarkable . . er seen at a horse show. h ,it had Just taken the mare through nn "ln-and-out" snd was ahout to retrace teps. when Vlngtata hroupht up close i.. -he fence. th.owlng the rider flat on his back in the pen. Before he could get the hcrs" trlad to Jurnp alune, but Ita knees raara eanjjht ir. the banler. and lt d barkwanl. landirg or. the proatrate form ef ;t:.:t Jt rOOked as though the man had been killei'. The spcctato.-s rose ln their BeatS, wom*n s leamed and the groomx Btood dumfounded for a moment. The hew!l.>re1 horse, wlth itB four hoofs waa naahla to move until one of the attendants pushed it over, bo it could get a foothold. To the surprise of every one In the Gar Batthar VlTBlalO nor Hart waa in Jured. The ridi r remounted and flnlshed the course. and was roundly applauded for There *o" numernus mlshaps in the UM fences belng brought down Bovaral tlnaas by awkward Jumpera. A neirro st ;i le boy who rode some of Mrs }? | Hark's horses ha^ a wretched tlme of u. gcttlng a ?anrere fafl once, but as he landed on his head he eame up grln ning. although it looked as though the lleno, bad tramnled on hlm. The contestants ln the competitlon were requlred to rtde ovr aa "ln-and-out." turn back arid rn'e iti asraln. but t.ik'ng tbe side bars to get out. Then ' wer? made to ride Up to a post and rail fence, and without dlsmounting sllp out the top rail and Jump the remainlng bars. The "ln-and-out" was a SQiiare pen. two fer.c- rails' lenrth on each slde. Klrst honors went to the Hon. Adam Beck's bay geldlng Slr Thoma*. whlle }:lak'Stown. OWBad bf Lieutenant R. M. Stewart Richardson, of the 11th Hussara, Kngand. captured the red. Lietitenant II. Mathon. of the Royal Holland Hus on Powerful. was thlrd, while an? other Hollander. Li.-utenant C. H. l*a bouchere. wlth Dreadnought, received the whlte. Standi'-.g room was at a premium early ln the evenlng. for the enthusiaats of sev? eral natlons had ajdlierad'ta wltness the Internatlonal compctition for the America '?hallence Oop and the high Jumping con which cloc<d the evenlng*s pro gramme. Miss Mona Dunn's bay gelding Blskra cvered himself with glory ln the latter event. There were flve entrants?Baron de Blommaert's bay gelding Clonmore, J. K Aldrei's Lady Jane, a bay mare named Ladylike irom the stable of Crow & Murray and Lieutenant R. M. Stewart JUehardaoa'i Dr.n I>eno. The Jumping Btarted at 5 feet 6 inches, and all of the norses managed to ne gotlate this s\iccessfuliy. When it waa rataotl to 4 feet Lieutenant Klchardson eame to gflef. At the flrst trial Dan Leno landet! on the faanOB instead of over lt. and his rider went flying over his head. Lieutenant Richardson clung to the reins and was draKged along for sev? eral yatds directly under the horse's BofjfB It iooked as though he had had a terrlble fall. but he remour.ted and forced Pr-n Lano oarer tba lunaja. At 6 laal r> Lndj -'liru* ar-d Ri?kra ***** the only ones who managed to land wlth th. rails still intact, and then the top rail was raJaad tO the 6 feet 9 Inch mark. Lady Jane tried lt once and then eeemed dlscouraged, for she refused. Blakra went over each tlme. but carried the top rall wlth him. so this left the wlning helght a* r, feet fi In'hes. Biskra was tidden by Bllly "Willlams. and Bllly Carbury rode J/ady Jane, who waa second cholce. Clon? more ?aa CB*X ^ for the yellow, and the went to Lieutenant Rlchardson's li..r, Lano, The gallant boys In blue failed to defend thelr cup as auccessfully as they have al wajTB defend.-d thelr rlag and the Amerl? can chall-ri-e cup beetUM the permanent property of Holland ln the competltion of the natlons. There la no denylng the fact that the Royal Holland Hussars have i?ome wonderful Jumpera, careful aa well as handsome. lieutenant H. Mathon rbdo Powerful. and he mac\ a C.*an perform ance. a' did Lieutenant A. N. Coblyn'B Blach Paddy. Lieutenant C. H. Labou chere's Dreadnought did not do so well, but in the flnal trial he. had only one elight tip against him. Kngland waa sec? ond, with Colonel P. A. Kenna's Har moiiy, Captaln M'-rwyn ("rawshay's Prln cesa Charlotte and Lieutenant Btewart Richard?on's Dar: I no, Thlrd cholce fell on the Royal Ca hragoons, whlch were repres-nte ^aavjor C. T. Van Btraubanzee. MaJOf Joseph Kllgour and Captaln W. T. Rodden. Kourth cholce fell on Beigium and the Unlted States went unplaced. although Lieutenant Wlli iam ? .. pturil s Marahal Ney made a ih;, .< rtormance. / waa an mnovation ln Claxa 147, w wa* insttgated by John R. 'i,' send U waa for ladles' saddle ho'ihcs, wlth appolntmt-nta and tbe ooii Uatant'a aeat. general deportment and management ot ht-r horee counung 60 per cent Mi Townaend waa nnti of tha jw'aa, and aa he la the BTLrtorlal cri leilon it feil to hla iot to examlne the appolntnienta. Boota. hablta. glovea, tles. eic were each given a falr Bhare of att' nt.on, and It waa a long tlme before he choae Mias 11. D. Atttrbury, on Nickat i'iate to wear the blue. Some one aaid a'terward that her brldlf trlmmlngs were i.iateu ar.d ti.at they Bhould have been nlain ateel. Mias I^aura Sunley, on 8c?p tre B<x*mcd to be tbe favorite wlth the apectatora, and both horse and rider were perfoct in tveiy detall. They were choa^n for sef-end, th^ yellow roing to Mias Lida FMtmann, on Striker. V. he,, aski 1 to v. rify the report that he Intended to dlspose of Oakland Farm and would llve ln Ki.gland hcreafter, Alfred G Vanderbilt saici yeaterday: "Il would be bard to lmagine anything more remote. In the ftrat place, Oakland rn was left me by my father, and ti'a reason alone I chertsh lt, and ,<1 not tldnk of dlspoalng of it. \lrs Vanderbilt and I are xolng abroad n. liecember. ao as to be wlth the baby for Chriatmaa. and after that we wlll tour the Contlnent. returnlng to Newpori next August w_^-M ?I shall sell aome of my young breed ing Btock whlih has naturaily accumu lated, but btyond that there ls nothlng tO the story of my eclllng Oakland FVrm. Judges Spring Surprises in Horse Show Awards More Shocks for RailbircU When Ribbons in the Champion ClaMes Are Handed Out. The Jvdges began tneir work on the ehamplons at Madlson Bquare Qarden yesterday. and the awards were of the klnd that sprung surprises. Claes 41 was for pairs of roadsters ln competltlon for the champlonshlp, and here the Judges handed out a declslon that wm pus zllng. C.aas 'Si had been judged Just prevloua to thls, and Wllllam M. V. Hoffman's chestnut geldir.g Teneriffe. winner of a hundred blues, and his new mate. Brown J Star, were placed ahead of Horatio N. | Bain'.*. brown mare. Frances Bain. and her mate, Quartermaster Robblns. The i class called for correct appolntments, and : wagons, harness, robes, whips, ete, j eounted 80 per cent ln the atandard. In . the champion class horaes only were con .idered. and thls may have been the rea? son that the judges reversed their de ; ciston nnd placed Mr. Baln's pair over the Hoffman chestnut*, or It may have heen that Brown fltar did not behave ao ; well ln the champion claaa aa he did ln I the prevloua one. In the champion class for slngle road j sters no one could undcrstand the de ; ctatoa. Gail Constantlne, from the stable , of Robert Ooetet; Wllllam Hoffman's Mahion Wlikts and Teneriffe; E. T. Kt-ites.'iry's Ruhy and Horatio N. Baln's Francet Iiain answered the bugle call. Oail Constantlne can beat anything ln the show-rlng on conformatlon and style. hut she has not yet learned just what to do, as she ls a novUe Teneriffe ls OOB* ceued to be about tho be*t going roadster ln the rlng, and besldes Is a very hand some animai. Mahion Wllkea is a nlce llttle geldlng, with coneiderable speed. which Jo?eph Glbbons has hnmlled on the Speed way for a couple of seaaons. The Judges arrlved at their declslon by the process of ellminatlon. Flrst they sent Oail from the riag. then Teneriffe. and flnally only Mahion Wtlkcs and Ruby were left. The coveted trlcolor was finally fastened on the brldle of Ruby, while Mahion Wllkes sported the re*erve. The champlonshlp for ronles lay between Miss Dorothy Wehb's baby mare. Sweet Frlar, and Miss Mona Dunn's Merrylega? at least that ls what every one supposed? but as lt turned out Merrylegs did not tven get a look in. Clata :04 was Judged jwst previous to the champlonshlp, and thi? enlled for chlldren's ponles, to be ridden by children not more than flfteen years old. Some of the ponies were un ruly, and two of them managed to dump their young riders on the tanbark. but fortunateiy no one was hurt. The Judges flnally seleeted Sweet Brlar. wlth Mlss Ivy Madlson up; Sir Gaye, rid? den by H-Bl Allce Beavor-Webb; Merry? legs. who waa in the hand* of Mlas D. Clemer.ta; Harvey Ladow's Cardlff. Payne Whltney's Carlton Quallty and Mra. C'liarle-; M. Fleischmann's Lady Idol. The two last r.ntned were flr.-llyellmlna.ted. and this left Sweet Brlar. Merrylegs. Blr Gayo ar.d C.rdlff. Sir 0*78 ia not partlcularly attraethr* looking in a pony r'?"s. at ?oa-'rt he is not of the type that would please th* lav mlnd, and th" award whlch placed him over llttle Meirylegs was not popu? lar wlth the spectators. Sweet Brlar won the bluei as she well deserved to. for she is an almost perfect eperlnvn of pony. "Jack ' Bowman rode her ln the cham? pion claas. whlch was next on the pro gramme. It was Mr. Bowman who said that he believed that if Sweet Brlar had t*vo more inche. ln helght she could beat anything in the world, and there are \ lenty of people who agree wlth him. The resc-rve pussed over Sir Ga> e and Merry- J legs and went to Effle, a bay mare from the Auburn Farm. Wllllam H. Moore tontlnued hls euc cesses urdnterrupted In the harnes* claa?. He started ln the afternoon by drlvlng ]>,rd and Lady Featon to vlctory ln a class whlch lncluded Nlmbtia and Rllllng ton Nimble, Lady Aukland and Marqulse and J. Campbell Thompron's Cambrldge King nnd Storm King. The horsea fln lshe.l ln the order named. Mrs. Paul Moore handled Menella and Phyllls ln Cla.s SO. whlch called for palrs to laciies' phaetons. Mrs. Belle Beach drove for J. Sumner Draper. She handled Baronrt and Satlre as only Mrs. Beacli could. Mrs. E. L. Tinker sat behind James McLean's Leader of Fashlon and Leadlng Lady; Emll k'aeltg-a chestnut marea Man dida and Sprlng Mald were ln th* handa of Miss Louise Van Wyck and Mr*. Jullus S. Walsh drove Honor Boy and Honor Brlght. Mrs. Beach's pair were chosen to wear the red over Mr*. Tinker** browns and th* white went to Mandida and Sprlng Mald. The awards follow: ria?? 39 ipatrs of horaes and b?*i appplntcl rf-ad r..?. horae*. to eount 76 P*r r?nt. gen?rai 1 appolntir.onts .?0 per cen;: flrst pr?z*, ***? LffV lond prlze. flOO, third prlze, 15.^-Flrst, * |o lam St V Hoffman'* ch. s*. Tenerltts and Browa Star: second. Horatio N Bain s *?'?"?? Francea iiain ?nd br. g. Quartormasiar Rob blas; third. Wllllam J. g***"*** hlm*. UMg C. and Molly Chlnrus: fwurth. WffHRA^"*" son's h. 8*. Medlon ard OKwrge H MtaMBj, Class 41 tehamptoruhip for_?MH8>Otrmfr ! Bm prli* e.p. value liW-nrst? H*8B*B. N. iBsin-s br. m. F-ances Haln B8_L*r_> JWB* lan.uster Robblns; reaerve, Wllllam M. ?? Si ch. g* T?i*rirto a_d!??*" ***? Claas 106 (SheUand ponles oomjg***.*" to eVJUd 46 Inehes; four years oW oi ?var. ?r.c i.rlz?- ffcO ae^oad prtae, 140. thira pr?s-. te_ft_-rsaw?T__*? gweet Brlar. MN*A Arth BTO* *g u |?^__5 106 tehamp.on.hlp tor pnal- *B|der ( A.;,urnyHackn,y Hera* *?"??& IS ITgTWLTVSpS 8*r 8SC E. Bunn's b. b. Ftrs _*d. h 8h#t_ rioas 78 (palrs of f8V_B__?? ?jy?S l laaOa. not exoe*<llr.? JThaB-B, jgyjgy JZ [ or over; flrst prl.r $100. jaBPOBd D'1^?n.;~? I third prts*. I2S) -?-___ O,*'1*? _,? w B. nu. drrls and C__rina; ?*^'pJf"'row'ell WocdeiU's blk. 8* Bl* uu?^ar*"Jdlnr 46 V_f__;r_.%th-rougnt8-*1 Br? or BBBM hunSrs; flrst prUe. ???; ^?Van". t ^" third prbu, |B0)-Klr?t. W'?--*?_'?.,1n*rh m Alsoma. eecond. F Ambros. S_?_fc_J_ e_ Safiy fcHjiDbes; tblrd. brand>wlne ?*W^" ;>> r Paaan Klna; fourth. Bleaheln. tarrn* ch. m Irish Nora. ?._r IR t Cfi3 5i if-ir* of b***tm ?ornm. *** iai hand. and not _B__ffP*|J*'fLJP"ftL 2?_; prlie. UM; secood prl_*. |fg: "O^jgJ^JSa -?Klrst. Wllllam H. Moore* b g ^J?? and b ra. Lady Beaton; nteonO. J. *u?"*r Draaer-s b. m? Nlmbu. and Kllilneton Nl~ ble; thlra. Wllllam H. H<**t* *? %*?& Aukland and Marjulse; fourth. J. ?"|?~d Tbompson's Nestlecfown's (:_mbrtd8? King ana Neatleduwn's Btorm King. - '.' ,_ c-lass 60 cpalrs of harneae norses. thown o ladles- phaetons; ladlea to drlve: horsea to count M per cent; phaetons. ?; _???*"? '*: ItvertM, IO? nrst prls*. ?UK*. aecoud prlxe, ?<**. third prlse. 835)--Flrst. Wllllam H Moore ? br roa. Menella and I'hyllU; **?_?<>? J *"'?A~ ntr nraper's br. g*. Barenei aAd Batire; IBira. .IIHI...8 McUan's br. s L*uder ot Fashlon and I_?dy of rt.hlon: fourth. Emll 8e?llr? cr> ni -iimdidH ,,i> KiKlBg Mald. Claas 46 (rhamploruhlp; for slngle __*??_ '?' prlxe cup ?'00;~.V?t. E. T. Btote.biurjr's b. as. Rnby; second. W. M. V. Hoffman'fl ch. g .?.tUilon WllkeB. Class 77 iponlee, other than Bhetland, not eaeeedlng 13 hand*. te he Minwrj ln haraeaa, tlrat priae, BO; aaraad prlze. 140; thii.l prlze, gSOj - i'lrat. Charles E. Kunn'g b. rn. Caartaa; ?econ'i. Wllllam H Moore > br. m Prlnceaa Carfllff: third. Ml** Dorothy M. Flyna'a gr. m. r?ousy; fcurth, CJalloway A Rusa's b. m. Har vleston (lem. ^ Cluas 124 ihunters; over, ln and out, turnlnr back and tskin* the slde bara out of th' jir pen; B*araaa wlll bo (udaed on thelr mannfr*. performanre and promptn.-'is; flrat prlze, IJOO: ' aaeeatl priae, lioo; tr.ir.i priz?. BM) -Tlrat, ii ?t. 1 Adam iVck'a b. f. 8lr Thomaa; aeeond, l.l.-u ' tsnunt R. M. St?wart-Ri. hardM.n's illth Bua . sarc, Kntrlan.1i b. g. Ttlakeatown: thlnl. I.l.u j tenant H. Mathan's iRoyal Bolland HuBBBIB) I Fosrarful; fonrth, Lbutenam C, 11. ijih-.u i ehara'a titoyal Holland Huaaars) Dreadoougai ! Class f.S (palr* of harnef l Boraee, over U lt ' handa; flrat priae, $180, aeetxad prtxa, IM; thtrd prtaa, BB BBbI Wlllaaaa n. BJaaaa'a B ga ; Robtn II, od an.1 Burgomaattr; aeeond, J. rarn., ' beli Thor^j.aon'H blk. gr Neetl'down's Coun? a?lbr anl Neetledown'a ChaiBeellOf: thlrd. Krnll i *>eelle> b. ga. Tlp Top and Top N<mi.; rOUrta, ! Wllllam I! Moore's br mK VI.la la>re and 1 Contna Class SO iharn's* horse*. over II t aad nn' I eiteedlnr ln.8 harirt*; Irs* psiaa, |100; aeeond , prl*.*, 130; thlrd prlxe. I2M Flrat. MtHtrim II Moore's b. in. Immf Beeti a; ae.ond. J. Caaop i b?-ll Thornpson's ch nl Nestledown's kfa n j shlne; ihlrd, Emll Reellr's b. n Ralnbow. CI?M ia" (ladies* saddle horses. to be rldden by ladies on slde saddle* Baavea to eoanal tv> per retit. appolntmenta. 25 per cent. .tnti the lad\> Rrneral deportmont and menarernent of her horse, 2T, per tent; prtta, $1!V>. .rfrr> I b] John R Tt.v-ni??iidi" Flrat. Mlw H. D, Attei bury'B er g. Nl. ke) Plate; s?voi.d. Mlaa Laura Ktanle-y's b. m. .-Veptre; tblrd. Miss Klda Flettman'e th. g. Strlkt-r; fou.th. bttaa Marle Loulse Thotnpson's rh m. My Rutterfly. CIbmb 71 (four ln hard*. fi eeulns, Ifi handa; to be shown htfore coaches. dragr. or bndv brskeg; flrat prlse. 1160 aeeond r.rl/?. $7'.; thlrd prtxe. $W -Flrat, Wllllam II. BstaaTS/a br. g ljord He.-.ton, br. m I.ady Heatot and hr. a*. Huraornaetar and Robln llood: aeoond. J. t'ampbelT Thompaon'ri Ftprm Klnar. ram brldre Klna. foungellor and f-hanfellor; thlrd. atoaefl O. Byera'a lowa, Tndlana. Wleconnln and Ilitnoia. Claaa 183 (teains of hurteri. rl'-'den hv thr?e J ofiVer- of t?i* sam' nnttf nuiltv, ln unlform. In I oompetltlon for the Arnerlra rup. pre?f uted bv ; tBe Hotel Martlnlqoe. Klrst prlze .up rahaa ! 17**). ,-anh |1?; necmtl prlta, *7t> -litrd prl/*. $U> Klrat Ueufenant A. N OaM)X'a Mk. * Rlark T'addv, Lieutenant 11 Maihon's br. r. Powerful. and Lieutenant C H. l^baaKhara'a b a; PrendnouRht. tt.lrd. Major C T Van Btraubenzer'B ch. c Preadr-ni?ht and Major Joaeph KIlBour's br. g Jap. Captaln W. T Rodden'a br. g. Outpor': foiirth. B*U*OB da lilommaerfB b. ar. CToatnore. Lieutenant pei voIb blk. r Murit. and Lieutenant K. Van Pooren'a 1, g Majesty. Cla*? 119 (hui.ter* orer the hljrh Jump; th? flr*: trial at I feet ? Inebeal?Flral pri/.e rup, value. $1^10. and raah $200. ?e<-r.nd p.lze, |HJ0; tblrd prlie. 1531?KlrBt, Mlaa Mona Lunn'a b. r Wakra; (.eoond. J. E. Aldn-d'a blk. m I-ady Jane. ihlrd. Baron de Blomma-rt B b r ?'l"n more fourth, Lieutenant Btawaal Klfhardaon'a rh. g. I>an Uno. PLAN DENOUNCED Pitt8buro;h Newspapers Bitter Against Oarnegie Proposal. [Ry Teleajraph to Th" TllBai ' Plttaburgb. Nov. B -"The Leador" sn\.? edltorlally to-day: Ar.drew Cnroaola'a Mopoaltlon t?. pen* Bion tt-Praalfllnta ol the Unlted Btatea iw the wor^t innult that could be ofT.-r?.l to tlie Amerlcan people. If the working man of Uonaatead and BraatOVai>b who suff'-rrd prtvatJon uhtle carnagla araa bb> ln*; enrUhed had reeeiTOd tht-ir Juat dues Camegle could not now be flamitiriK hla fXACn^rntfr] fortuna and bla abnonnal ldeas ln thelr facea Tho InMlttof ; lence of wetilth and tho tU-nthf of de- I Krarted servltudf can po no further than thia "t'arnoBle peiu-lon " On the aame nubject "The Chronlcle Teletrraph" sajn: Mr. Carnegie'a offer \m e\idently not m#>ant to be accepted. It goaa witbOUl eavlna; that OoIoImI Rooaevelt, nn* the only ox-Presld?nt 11\ lnar. nnd Mr Taft, who will b* on the r'tired 11-.' aft>-r M.irch 4 next. wlll not BUbtnJt to ba en rolled aK t'arnegle penaionera Prol aor Wilson may be .-therwi^e dlapoaed it may even ba takea lor granb I tl ??' Blnce ..t the outaet of Ii!h carnpalgn f<>' Pr?aldent he made appllcatton foi B negle penaton ua a Kuperannuat.-d | gogue, he will not when Iih becomea a Buperanuuated Praaldant ba axeraa lo tbe ri celpt of a much larger Btlpend from the eame BOBjroa Aa to the actual neeaealty nnd proprMNy of pensloninx ex-Pre^ldentB. ttiat ' I maltef on arbleb there wlll bl :' w'u. dlrtVrenre tif opinion. "The Preaa" bas thia to aay: If our ex-Prealdenta .ire p(,n?,i""??|1 ??' atl It abould be by tlio | eople and not OJ i anv great COrPOratlon multl-mllli"iialr I ?iuch an Mr Caraefte. The peopli ,rot rilwava cnvlncd 'hat Mr. ? aroegtea | plana f..r turninx baeb the bulk Ol My ! money to tbe people who antarned lt roj hlm are the he^t thnt ? ould bfl WfWi for ttccompllshlti*,' hli ohject. CHANCE FOR COAL EXPORTS \"B\g Demand for Bituminous, Says 0. J. Wittenberp;. C .i fnttenberf. prealifnl <>f tba PoaaJaOataa and New Maar Coal (Seaa pany, returned h?"re yeaterday from I long trlp to Huropean COBBtrlBB dnrtBS whlch he vlfcited the collleries ln Lncland and Walen. Ue aaid he wr* cmvinced that thla country had a good opportunity of building up a flourixhlnir flSOOrt trade ln aoft coal. Kngland exportB larx** qu?*n tltiee of eoft coal to porta all over the world while the Vnlted Htatea. he aaid. haa a vaatly larger area of aoft coal fielda and haa very Uttle of a aoft coal *xport trade. Mr. WlttOBbOfi found the Bhlpbulldlnr; trade boomlnx in Kngland. There waa such a demand for merchant vea.selx thal no yard would take ordera for ve.s^elB to ( be rompleted before 1S14. DON'T IKE Mi Cnutlnued from flrst p?xe. i ls for hlm to go back into prlvate life ! and support himself aa other people do. Senator John n. Worke. of Callfornla, aalal: Mr. Carnegle'a proposltlon to glve a, penaion to ex-Prealdenta might be all rlarht provided one aperlal condltlon was Htt.Hhed to the glft-tbat the reciplent would rcfrutn from partlcipatton in poli tll'5.. Senator Curtla had this to say: ! I douht lf any man who had been Preji Ident would take the penslon. but If Mr. ! Carnegie w.,uld h't* to eatabllsh a. pen ! slon ayfltem. lt ml*ht be augReated that (,. torri bla attentton to the vuteran gov ernment cU-rka who have outarrowr. their 1 naefulneea ln the aaivtoa If the suvern meni is not goiner to cara far them aa lt should. Mr. ' '.irti.fte mlght turn his at I tentlon to them. Thinka lt "Undemoeratic." Senator Culberaon. for aeveral yara Dem.ocratic lender of the Senate, declared that It would be "undemoeratic" for a former Chlef Kxe.-utlve to accept a pen? aion from a pnvate fund. Senator BatM Smith, wno was a mem bar of Prafliaaal cieveiand'a CaataaC de clarfd "It was a plece of Impudence on Mr CafBBgla*a part'to siiBgest auch a thlnx. and lt ls a reflectlon on the people of the rmted States that It even ahould be consid' red." Senator Gore, of Okluhoma, declared: I don't see anv good to come to the people of the Pniied St.itea from auch a thlng Crover Clev4?land1 to my m'.nd, put It right when he said that all there waa to oo for ex-Praaldenta was to treat them i :>t OB we would any good eititen. I do not think that ilr Carnegle'a pen ilon arlll refleCt any credlt on our ex Preatdenta. and I am not .?ure that an ex I'r.sldent who would accept auch a pen? slon would recelve or be entltled to tha continued reepect of tne paeole of the Cnlted States. The Icita of xlvtng k pen? slon to the WldOWfl of cx-Piesidents, to *** ure to tho country the benetlt of thelr gnowledge and exp-rlcnce ln publlc nfTairs. ls posalbly a Joke, but not a very (Bod one. LAIRD DEFENDS PENSION Carnegie Tells Why He Would Provide for Ex-Presidents. The smlle whlch wreaths the fare of Andnw (arnrajie. "the happlest man on .artli." waa ab>ent for a while yeater? day. when the Lalrd of Sklbo learned that tbara had been adverse crltlciam of his prapaaal lO award a pension of t-J.''?? u vear IO all futun .x- 1'resid.nts of the Unlted St.it.s who would avjll thern pelves of the opportunity. It \sas Mr. Carnaila*! idea that some thlr.K should be done for the men who hnd held the hlRheM pnaBtfOO ln the alft of laa peopic. and aa Oaafaraaa had never maii.: provialon for President* who had seen BBIlltUa. ba thcught that aome one al." IM ti-.ke ihe lrutiatlve The fi/lkiwltig atatement was Rivon out yesteniay at Mr. Carnegle'a house: tba apaetal proolalaa for ox-Prosidents' ma ??s eraatad hy deed of gift. January II, llll nearly a >ear a?;o. Bo body "f aaan win n, bo bappy as my tn - :. l rayaall lf tba foundlng of' the penaion for future ex-l'n *1d?nt* and thetr wui.iws. untll the natteo mak?s Bultabb provialon for tiu-m. bsdneaa Coav 10 do bo. That thlB tnlKht be tye, i ffn t of Ihe provlslor, wua not absent fr.-m Um r nnnds. We aie ti.e great.at of all penslon-pay Ing natlons, and yet we ? x.-ludo the bOMor of tiie lilarheat |>oaltlon 80 earth. exar clalng th?- if^atest jMiwera. and one ael <kim. If ever, oecupled by men of Inde j.endent meana We ehould do ao no lon*;er. Purth.-r than thia Mr. Carnegie would not be quot'-d. g THINKS CARNEGIE RIGHT Dr. Remsen, However, Wants the Government to Act. [Bj Teleicr.ipb to Th' Trlbune] BaJtJmora, Har, zi-Dr. ira Raaaaan. pOBBBaV iu of Johna Hopklns I'jiIv.-r*-!ty. BSpraaaad l.lmself to-day as ln sympathy with the plan of Andrew Caraaala to pro? vide a penslon fund for ex-I'te.sitlenfs of the (nlt.d ftaJafl and thelr wldow, pro rtdad Um gaaraarnaaant ii-eif Calta to make proi i ion for Ita s. r\ants. ? It w.is my bbbbj] fortun-." said Dr ITomaaa ";,) baaa laa proposed penaion Bjrataan fund for ex-publlc offlclala ox plalnetl tt> myaelf and several otherx by Mr. Carneg.e, As a result of thla ox plunatlon I r-an aeo no objectlon to the prlvate penaion fund, provided the *ov ernment do*s not take at? pa to provide pensions of thla klnd. "I am a tlrm advocate of penalonlng ex Kovcrnment offlclala or thelr wldows or fantUlBB Hut hs the xovernment has faOatl to make provisiona of thla klnd. I fail |a BBB wluic any objectlon should ba ralaed lo a goax roaa offer like tbe one made- h\ Mr. CaXIMBfte." LABOR ASKS FUNDS FOR Federation Convention Advises Delegates to Urge Union Aid in Indianapoiis Trial. CAUTION AGAINST CLAMOR "Certain OorporationB and a Private Detective Agency" Named in Resolution-Re call of Judges Favored. Rochester. Nov. 32,-The convention of the American Federation of Labor de cided to-diy to ask the untoni afflliated wlth lt to ralse monoy for the defence of the alleged dynamlters on trlal ln Indian? apoiis. The reaolutlon adopted recom mends "that delegates to the convention on their return advise their lntern?,ilon il unlons and locul bodles to provide iinan clal afaist;ince for the trade unionUt- "n trlal ln Indianapoiis to aid them ln eecur Ing a fair trlal and ln appealing the case* should fair trlal be denled them." The resolution also urges that the men on trlal "not be eonvlcted ln advance or the declslon ln their cases be Influenced' by the alleged fact that certain corpora ttons and a prlvate detective agency "are clamoring for a convlctlon." It waa declded by a vote of 15,751 to 1,222 to revoke the charter of the Interna? tional Association of Steam and Hot Water Fltter. and Hclpers, delegates from whlch were denled seats ln the convention last week. The convention refused to take any ac? tlon ln the dlspute between factloius of the International iirotherhood of Elcctri cal Workers and reaffirmed Ita declslon that only tho factlon afflliated with tha federation la legal. r.nvention Urges Recall. Resohitlons were passed favorlnfc the Inltiatlve, refcrendem and recall, lnclud Inj- th>' recall of iudge*. popular eleetlon of United Htates Henators, worklngmen s conipen>ation, with the retentlon of em ployers' llability, old age penslons, and tho repea* or amendment of the Sherman antl-tru:<t law to prevent the prosecutlon of lajKir unlon* undex lts provlslons. ,'ndre-1 .1 Gallsgher, representatlve of the <'allfornla State Fed.-ration of Labor, ralned th?- nue*tl?n of financlal aid to tho mfii on trta! In Indlan.'ipolls. He offered an amendment to the report of the com? mlttee on the prosldent'M report provld Inir that the balance In tlie McNumara defence fund be devoted to assl.iting tho Indlnnapolls defendant*.. EUa amendm.nt was BBjeetoB by the chalr on a polnt of order thnt the money In cjuetttlon Is In the custody of the M.'Namara defence cotnmlttee and therefore not at the dla posal of the federation. The report of the commlttf* on the pr..*ld?nt's report was adopted wlthout am.-ndmc-nt, and dlrectly afterward James H .'rinro.. a delegate from the inter? national Rrotherhood of Foundry Km ployes, prewented the motlon urglng ln ternatlom.l and local labor bodies to glv_ financlal aHslstance to the accused BMB_ The motlon was adopteAl wlthout a dla s?ntlng vote. The prealdent's report committee de flned the attitude of the federation In the ao-cailed dynamltlng c_*e?, lncludlng the McNamara cases, as follows: The American labor movement, as rep resented ln the American Federation of T_-bor. wlll nelther countenance nor con Bena any otie who under the cloak of trnde iinionlnm. unclertakes to carrv on a crlrnlnai w.irfare <>n sooietv. That some of these rnen are gullty of carrylna on auch a wurfarc- appenrs from the confea* slons they hav,. made relatlve to their connectlon wlth these crltnes. That every man must be conslden-d Innocnt untll he has been proved rrullty. has always been accept.-d as a fundamnntal prtncipl* of our Jurlsprudence, and ln the consld etatlon of hls cuso before the court* he ls entltled to a fair and im^artlai trlal. Rafus** to Act ln Diaput*. The ronventlon's refusal to act ln the electrl-al workers' dlspute Involved a re? fusal to return the charter of the Ala rneda County <('allfornla) Central I-ibor I'nlon. The charter was recalled when the unlon refused to unseat delegates from the elcctrlcai workers' factlon, whlch 1* not recognl-ed by the federation. The oommlttee on adjuatment reoommend ed that the dlspute between factlons of the White Rata Actora* Unlon be roftrred to the executlve councll, and thi* was dona By a special order of bualness, agreed upon to-day, the convention wlll elect of flcer* at 3 o'clock to-morrow. _Iax S. Ha>i-H. of Clev. land, a m.unber of tha ln t.rnatlonal Typographlcal I'nlon. is to oppose Preeldent Gompera for r*) aloctloa. BOOK 8AND PUBLICATI0N8. B00K8 AND PUBLICATIONS._ B00K8 AND PUBLICATI0N9. SpecialNotice: On and after Decem ber 1912 The American Magazine will be teari in a new and exactly rifht shape All lovers < magazine literature take notice and govera themselves actwdingly ? a Wllllam H. Johnston, of Provldence. presl? dent of the International Association of Machlnlsts, la to oppose Third Vlce-Pres? ldent Jamea O'Connell, former presldent of the Machinista' Unlon. It ls said that the other offlcers wtll be re-elected wlth? out opposltlon. COAL TO CANAPA STOPPED Railroad Refuses to Let Its Oars Cross Northern Border. [By T*l*rraph to The Trlbune. 1 Ottawa, Nov. 22.?A car embargo by the Delaware & Hudson Rallway Com? pany, notlce of whlch was recelved here to-day, puts Eastern Canada face to face wlth a serlous sltuatlon ln regard to eoal aupply. The Delaware _ Hudson. over whose lines most of the eoal consumed in thls part of Canada rea'hes the border, an nounces that the Canadlan rallway lines to which the eoal cars are transferred on reachlng thls country are not prompt ly returning the emptles and therefore no more cars wlll be released for trans port from I'nlted States points. This embargo. the Delaware & Hudson say*. I will continue untll ihe mfsslng cars are I sent back. The Rallway Commission has not yet i recelved notice of the embargo, but, ac? cording to one of the offlcials, as soon as formal complaint in made steps will be taken to compel the Canadlan lines to show cause why the cars should not be immedlately returned. The c:otnmlssion apparently has no power to prevent the appllcatlon.of an embargo by an Ameri? can llne, but may remove the cause lf a Canadlan road la at fault COAL RATES_UNDER FIRE Reading Attorney Tries to Mix Mr. Bellis on Figures. [By Telegraph to The Trlhune.l Philadelphia. Nov. 22-The "long and short haul" custom of frelght charges was BftBBBBBSB to-day at the hearlng on eoal rates before the State Railroad Com? mission. Harry ... Bellis, the statisttcian who figured out for the commission yes? terday the exact cost of carrylng eoal, was on the stand for cross-examinatlon by Charles H. Heebner. attorney for the rhlladelphla _ Keadlng Railroad Com? pany. Mr. Heebner asked many questions de signed to show that the Keadlng was Justlfled In ehargtng a smalier frelght r.itc OB anthr.clte eoal to other cltle* by water than lt charged to the cltlzens Of Philadelphia because the buylness at the Reading'a Port Rlchmond piers helped tO bulld up the ctty. Mr. Bellis hnally said he thought Philadelphia. because of Its proximity to the eoal fields, should take advantage of lt to |Ot all the btst ness it could. Mr. Heebner trled to make the witness sav that last year'a earnings on general merchandlse, 9 6-10 mllls, ought to be taken Into conslderatlon. Mr. Bellis said on a 2.000-pound-ton basls the revenue rate on anthraclte eoal would be reduced from 6 to 5 mllla, and, flnally, after con sldering a back haul to about i. He said, In answer to Commlssloner Tepny packer, that the rate "per ton per mlle" on general merchandlse waa greater than that cn anthraclte eoal?about 7 mllls a mlle. Mr. Bellis e.?tltnated ye*terday the proflt on a speolfied truln of eoal at Sl.bTl. He had ba?ed the cost on the rallroad's re? port* statement that operatlon cost 64 per eent of the gross revenue To-day, Mr. Heebner, revlewlng that statement, said: "Ar? we to understand that that fl.em whlch you gtve as net proflt ls what you are to allow to stand against the other IS per eent?" "*\*hat other .? per cent?" anked Mr. Bellis. "Why. the other M p*r cent of the cost 'of brlnging such a traln here." "Well," said Mr. Bellis slowly, 'lf you wnnt the people of Philadelphia to be li?ve that It cost 100 per cnt of the gross r.-venpe to brlng a train of eoal down here? ln other words, that you brlng a traln of roal here for nothlng, so long aa It meets the crpense of transportation? then I should say yes to thut " m 10 HGHT K Wltness Declares Cash Registcr Company Sought All Trade. 'KNOCKOUT MEN'EMPLOYED Called On, Manager Asserts, to Work When New Machines Came Into the Field. Hncinnatl. Nov. 22-That the trial oi President John H. Patteraon and twenty nine other offlclalB or ex-ofllciala of the Natlonal Cash Reglster Company, of Dayton. Ohio. charged with vlolatlng the crlmlnal eectlon of the Sherman antl-truat act, wlll be a long drawn out affatr waa foreahadowed to-day, when the examlna tlon of tbe flrat wltness, atarted yeBttr day, falled to end before court adjourned. Henry G. Jamea, an automobile dealer of Detroit, waa on the stand all day, and wlll contlnue his testtmony on Monday, the court decidlng to have no Paturday sesaion. "Knocker cards." whlch were I s-nt to agents of the company, aecordlng to James, to be filled out whencver a rH'al machlne was "wlped out of the agent's terrltory," were put In evldenca over an objectlon by tlie defen?e. aa were also National Cash Register magaxlnea. In one of the magazlnes the prosecutlon read an artlcle fctatlng that $5 would be taken from the sale of each Natlonal ma? chlne in order to maintain a "competition department." From the aame magazine Mr. Wilson, attorney for the defence, read a atatement that the National company paid $300,000 to protect Its patent rhjnta. Jamefe testllled that Captaln James Crane, president of Crane & Co., of thla city, general agent* for the Natlonal com? pany. had foliowed hlm abcut when he was an agent for Benalnger & Co., telllng hlm he had better go over to the Na? tional company. aa Bensinger A Co. ware lnfrlnging on patent righta. He learned later that Bensinger & Co. had been sold to the Natlonal, and he waa sent to Cleve land as sub-agent for Crane * Co. Whlle there he received numerous "knocker cards," to be fllled out whenever a rlval machlne was "wiped out," whether it was replaced with a National or not, and he said the general trend of the lettera from Crane & Co. was to "wlpe out the oppositlon entirely." A letter was read from Crane to James IBTlaaf: "Try to get the salesman of the I.anson company to come over to the Na? tlonal." James testlfivd he waa made dlBtrict manager at Detroit in 1905. He aaid "knockout men" worked only in sales where oppositlon waa found, and lt was his duty to place National machinea by any mear.s rather than allow oppositlon to enter the terrltory. Whenever he heard of a new machlne comlng into the fleld. h* aaid. all he had to do wa* to call for the "knockout men." Chicago, Nov. 21?Paul B. Mlddlekuff, president of the Acme Harveating Ma? chlne Company, of Peorla; H. B. Utley. purchnsir.g agent of the Internatlonal Harvestcr Company. and K. N. Wood. Its secretary. were reealled as witneaaes to-dav. when the ( hicago hearing of the sult of tho government to dlseolve the Internatlonal con<-ern waa resumed. Mr. Mlddlekuff was questloned regard lng the output of hla company lu the years from U08 to 1M2. ln efforts to show that the busir.eas inoreased steadtly whlle ln actlve competition wlth the alleged trust. He admltted that there had been a steady growth. Counsel for the defence announeed that they walved the cross-examination of Rodney P. Swlft, formerly confldentlal agent of the MeCormleks. who teatifled as a government wltnesa regardlng the organlzatlon of the Internatlonal 'Hat vester rompany and the alleged "flxlng" of a member of the Kansas Leglslaturo. Washlngton. Nov. 22-Testimony of the government's prlnclpal etatlstlclana in the dissolutlon sult agalnst the Cnlt*d States Pteel rorporatlon was completed to-dny before the examlner. Henry P. 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