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Y. M. C. A. PRAYER TO-DAY
Telegrams from Many Mayors
to Supplement World-Wide
Appeal for Success.
START TO RAISE $4,000,000
Two Weeks' Campaign for Big
Building Fund to Receive
Great Impetus This Morn
ing and To-night.
Wlt m ' ? rauta prayera foi aoeceea
ralaa il atmultaneoualy by two mllllon par*
Bona nii aroond the arorM nt I o'clocli this
mornintr the Toung Mon? and Touns
Hun aaaoclatlona vdll begtn
their tvvi. weeks" Jolnt campaign to ral?"*
a |4,6m.00t '.ulldinjt fond ln tlda eltjr.
Tn the eveninK -minute pnns." flred bv
?toctrlett** from tha prlndpal dtlea ln tho
United P.ates nnd Canada, '"111 *<?* to
tho initiH'. Impetua of the movement They
WlU take the form of teleprnms from tho
?Mayor * of Chiraco. Itoroato, Detrott,
Ifontreal, Boaton, Richmond, Philadelphia
?ind other greal oentrea and win ne road
ttt the dlnner at the Hotel Actor Each
-eaeaeega arUI ba of r lengtb whlch the
tUBBtmaatar may read in one mlntile. The
?Maa m which rharles P. Ward, dlreetor
?general of the. New York movement, hns
?opdueted hla eifrhty-four campaigns wlll
ho hfard from.
Thi." ie another of the no\?l idcaa for
BttmUlat-ag Interest ln th- New Vork
4-ampni>?n that hava been put throuch by
fleorz> W. Partdna eaecuttva committee
man of the. Jolnt campalKn crrmmlttee,
and Fred R Phipp. executive aecretar]
of the lntemational committee. It sup
T.lement.i the plan hv whlch mllllon-. all
nronnd the world will UttCT thls morninp
the eno*mlnute prayer for the Bueeaau of
the money iwletng BBOVement here.
Speoial Y. M. C. A. Servicee.
Another plan thal went into effect yea*
terdav waa the heldtag of sj.eciai Bervtcea
the | rea< ihlflg of special aermons and the
utteraace ol Bpedal meaaagea in aup?
port of the V. W. C k -Y. M. C A. C_m*
palsm in almost all the Proteataat
eharchea of New York. In the Protaatant
Eldacopal churches the rlergymea had
heen BUPpHed vv-ith a Bpadal prayer np
prmed hv th* MgM ROV. 1'avld H. I'.reer.
BIBhop of this dlooeae
Leadlng memhei-s of the association wlU
Bttend the Astor dlnner tn-nltrht. The
plan Of operation wlll he explained by
Mr. Want, internatlonal Becretary of the
T. M C A . who in the laat alght ?
haa ralaad more than ISB.BtB.eoa for the
Younjr Men's rhrlftian nssoclations of
North Am.-rica. and haa eondUOtOd more
than atghty building fund carnpaiprns ln
dtlea raaglng from tha Pac__e Oeeul te
riccadilly, from Toronto to the Routh
land. Mr. Ward is a man of dlrect metb*
eda and few worda
? dallt feature of tho eampaign.
?Mch ls to last ,-actlv two weeks. hof?in
ninc to-day, la the hmchaou ln eampaign
haadooartara, N* II Bread atreet at
wMc** 4.10 of the Hndtnir woik<rs wlll aa*
^en-i'ie to ropori pregreaa
Mr. fTard s method doea not IneJuda a
houan ln hirnai aanvaaa Twenty thou*
aand MUaaa af i?-rFons interested In on"
r- hoih ot the aaaoclatlona ?r known ns
genermis ch ers to any gnotl 1 aiise, hava
Wen . laasifleo. ln th<* last few weeks. Tha
list wlll he suhmltte.i to ttie ihoui-and
workera. each ..f whom will eelert the
names of WOCBOB Off maa whom he or ehe
fet\n heat ahle to reach.
Another feature of the rampaipn will
*he the COnllnUOUB recn-dinR of its pTO|
?.n b 10-fool alactrlrally Nghted cloch
above the regular one on the Metropoli?
tan tr.wer and a I.Vfoot clock on the slte
rf ihe ne-. Morgan Bulldlag, al Broad
end Wall strwtn.
How Money WUI Be Used.
The leader*. feel BUfU Bf thelr rewar'l.
**and thev am potnu aftfr the money they
Inaed wlth cnn'lden<-*9. They expev t te ratat
the hugc BUm Ifl two we. k-. an.l when they
ire.t lt It wlll he apportlnned in *his way:
A n<w home fur the central hran. h ofthe
Y. W. C. A , north of L\';d street, 011 tha
F.sst side, Mee,0-0; Harlam branch,
af-ftO.ooo; (fnir-,1 dub for nurses. |400,
oeo, hoarclins; home fer srirls. MI0.000;
Tiew home fof the n.Rro branch, |100,000;
eqnlpment and aljustm.nt fund' |50
mfllntenan.-c fund for two yaara, |1I0,
tVeat Slde hranch cnlajpcment 110,0*0,
?Bnd national board hu!ldln?, %itO,tAt,
For the Y. M. 1 . A. th?-re have been
jdanned: New Bowery hranch, 1*00,000;
r-w unlon hranch in The Bronx, 1310,000;
new negro branch, $i.-*o,"0<>: Bnillama
hrldjre hran'-v, 140,000; IntercoUeglate
hranch 110.000, an 1 oonttagenl and ml
Jnstment fund. |40,0B0.
The leading oOcera who have the enter
prise ln hand are Miss Cora T_ Tathani.
afneral BBtratarj for metropolitan woi k
for the Y. W. C. A : Henry Orns. city
peneral secretary of the y. M. C. A. ; Kd?
ward c Baldwln. aaeretary of the
.ommlttee, and Bf. W. Adalr, < halrman of
the puMldty committee
Mrs. vyiHlam i.ii'iwes Morgan, ona ol
the me.st active o(II ers of the Y. \V. C A .
leads the women's sedlon <vf the tlRht.
*-'he hns heen aetlve in drafUng ptaflB for
her aaaodatea
DEMAND SUNDAY OBSERVANCE
Members of Lord's Day Alliance
Meet and Renew Insistence.
The tweaty-flfth annlvaiaary of the
Locd'a Day Alllaaea of tha i'nited stat.-s
was held in the Bcotch Ptaaarytarlan
Church, Nth Btreet and Oaatral Parh
Went. last ttlght
jani*-- feraance, formerl) Moderator of
the Pn shv-ti-nan Aaaembly, araa Intro
duf.'ii as chairman af the meeting. Ha
aaid the purpoaa ?.f lha alHaaea 1- to bb*
eare the ena.tment of laws in avery si.it.
111 tha I'nlon for tl"' Babbath as a day i>r
rest and for the aufoicemaat of the laws
n.w anaffrffl rt hl also P>'rpo?ed. he
aaid. t<> prevent the rap aai ol Babbath
1:. a
Mr. Bettby, general aecretary of the
RiiiaTi.-., aiso apoka draurlag atteatloa
tt, the importanea of Bunday i>.in-,' raal
u ., ,. -1 day. Eraaet A. Bggara,
a manager of tha New for* City Poet
o*ica. toki of tha agltatlou whieh Bnally
resulted ln tba Sunday closint; Ol
offtcis ..f tlie tir.M ond aaeond deaa
[.r nrytta, tba paator, apeahbig of tha
iBBportaaea of Bunday belag tHk.n a? a
day oi raat, aaid Um lebbath Ib Qod'a
banadlrttofl on a weary world, and is like
aunshlne after storm. peace after war. 1
mta. W. FELLOWE8 MOROAH.
GAS KILLS FIVE IN ROOM
Fiancee of One on Ocean, Com
ing Here to Wed.
i iiv TaHtgrapb to Th* Trlbua* 1
Btamford, Coiul, Hov. ft Lylng in a
row t..-night ln an undertaker'a ahop nt
No 78 PadflC street gfg ihe bodles of
Btephen Ar.ndi. forty-aa-fan jreara old;
bla son. Peter, twenty-flva; his brother,
Peter. thirty-flve; his napbOW, John
Brltano. nlneteen. Bnd a frli nd, John
TlaanL The flve men died lant nignt
from the . "ectfl of inhallng illunitnnt
lng gan.
The men went to bad in ono room ft
a hmise at No. BB Pft'-tflc MreeL Th.-v
were found nt 7 o'rlnck this mornlng
l.y Frank Ar.aril. Oafl was pourlng
froni a Jet in the room. which was half
open.
iJlvtrig an additlODBl tlnge r.f .adn<s.
to tho deaths ls the tm-t thal the nine
teen-year-oid daughter of Btephen Ar
cadl ifl now on the ..*.nn, l.mind tor
Btamford. where she expected to marrv
John Tlpani.
WAR VETERAN GAS VICTIM
Louis Balco, Idolized by Chil?
dren, May Die.
i/.u.s Balco, aeventy-rlve jreara old, a
veteran of tha Civll War :>ru) known
thronirhoiit tl.e nelghborhood as the "gen
(iai," was found ui-cot-at-loua reeterda)
afternoon In his apartnienta at No. itt
W.st 4.d street. with g.is filling the room.
An open wlndow ahowed thal the wind
had aaTtlnajulshed the lleht, alhraini the
pas to eecape
i ir. r;iies bronahl a pulmotor from thfl
Pnlyclli.tr- HOBpltal ar.d WOtked over the
man for n.ore than an hour, fint.lly rrvlv
Ing hlm. ii.- araa then taken to the hos?
pital. i.wlng tr. his advanred flgfl htfl
i rinriitior. is aeriona.
The old man h.vd liv. d alone in a tWO
rooin apartmenl atnea the death of t..*
arlfa, two yeara aa~o rta waa a greal
favorite wlth lh< children of the diatrlct
lajhted them ulth his tales of the
war The poli. e are trylng to loi ate rela
ttvci sald to llvf ln Rrooklyn.
TAKES POISON BY MISTAKE
Wife of Brooklyn Man Swallows
Three Bichloride Tablets.
Mi- Hi.rr-. V. '? -ishr i Ker. Wlfe r-.f an ad
vertlslng Boll. iir.r, of No. 4M KoaeiUBka
street. Brooklyn, la dying bn thi Buah
wi.k Hoapltal aa a r.-suit of having awal*
lowed three tableta of i.irhioride of mer
r-nry bv mlstak." last riiirht nt h?r home.
The physlclans at the hospital do not be
llrv. ||_e woman will llv<- moi r tban
twentjr-four houra
Mr. tY. Isrerger Ifl n prisoner in tlie hr">.
pit al. charged arlth nttempterl sul.-lde, al
though sb<. arid her hu?hand Insist sh<4
took thfl potaon bv mlstake. Mrs YV. is
berger has heen an Invalld for two jreara,
auffeiing from a nervoua eompiaint. Dur?
lng thnt time her aret-fht has heen reduced
from "ii!1 pounda to |g
\ flteter of Mrs W'elsberRer - visited her
flJbOUl s i \ weekfl BffO and lefl rhe hot*'.
of bichloride tableta, each 4-ontaining
und a half -rralna Bha told the
si<k woman to dlaaolva tha tableta In
watei .'.'..i uaa rhe mixture as a dletn-.
fectanl ai out tha i... ?
Mrs. Welaberger aroaa from her bed
iast night for tbe tirst time in weeks. and
went to the kaathroon* cloatl she took
tiir.e of th. tableta thlnklns thej wera
tha in.ri!.ine preacrlbed bf lier phjraletan.
Bhfl ri-aliz.d her tni.-take ;i ni,.in.-nt latr r
ar.d told hi r huaband Whal she had done.
VVeieberger, ln alarm, made his arifc
drink coplooal] Of milk and then sum
n.oned an ainbulan.-e. !>r. I^ewls. the sur
geon. rashed tba woman to the hospital.
WOMAN TAKES BICHLORIDE
Groans Attract Attention of Man?
Dying in Hospital.
.\ weii draaaad young woman, ?ho ra*
faaed le t*n who she m, Bwallow4_d four
bu-iiiorlde of aaaroiiri tableta last niarhl
r.n the fronl BtOOP of the home of Harry
Terrlll. at No. 4:' Thomas street, NflW*
Brk. Bha waa tak.n ta St llainabas's
lal, where ihe doctor- said she
would die.
Tin- woman la a >oul tweaty-fhre years
old, of sto.it bolld, I feet I Inehaa taii,
Bnd has a dark tomplexion and 1.1.ii k
babr. She had on a gra. check skirt,
walst, blaek ,o.it and hat, and
carried B small handha*: that waa emptv.
Terrdl was attract. d to h.-r by her
groans.
TAILOR SWALLOWS MERCURY
Taken to Hospital Days After His
Mistake.
h oi i-aaneo. twenty-three reara
old, a tailor, of No. M Kast ll.th stre.-t,
was taken to the Harlefl* Hospital last
Blghl flOffcrtaB f.otn ott hlornle of im-rcury
potaonlng Ha said be Bwallaared tha
on Novemb. r I i.y ralatake.
just befora noon yeaterday **at**e*man
Croaby,* of tin K.ts* m'th atrdel atttkra,
was ealWd into tl" man's home. and h?
. ,n,,j in, UcGMtle, ot tha Haiiem Maa*
pitaL The ambalance avrgaoo ttaated U?
man an.l bfl r.-main.d' at, home.
Nine hour latei Patrf-lman ??ommoll
was ealled. The man wns then taken to
the hospital.
Accounts Commissioners Out
line Activities for Three and
a Half Years.
ECONOMY THE WATCHWORO
Every Detail of Vast Municipal
Machinery Under Scrutiny
of Board ? Employes'
Misconduct Punished.
Mayor Krlne made public yeaterda tr tha
report nf the Commlaatonera of Accountn,
gtrlng an outlhte of th.- actlvltlea durinvr
the last thn.e an.l .1 half your? >.f the
offlcf., whlch haa graduated .lohn Purroy
Mitchel to the Mayoralty an.i made Ray*
mond B Tosdick B possil.le cholee I I the
Mayor-elect for Polica I 'ommissioner. The
report was prepared hy t'ommis?*|oners
Jeremlah T. hfahoney and Harry lf. Rice
ln the IntTodUCtlon the report s.ivs thal
the offlce has heen rlghtly called the "eyee
of the Mayor." and then gOM on to show
what nn argU8*eyed ad.lunrt lt has heen.
with its more than four hundred reporta
dralitip sean hlnplv wlth the workiiics of
all the thlrtj-four departments of the citv
government and Involvlni ttie actlvltlea
of .Vi.fVYl rnen and wori.cn and the vearlv
expenditure of lae.OOIlOia,
ArnoriK the COncretC results accom*
pllshed by the ^tndies and r. v.-ln t'or-* of
the commission was the abandonmenl of
a plan to BTBCt Bl B COOl of $77.f?V> a
"palatial restden.-e f.-ir a gBtekeeper," pro?
poaed r>y the Aojueduel CommfaH
The work of the Board of AMermefl also
.arn.' Undl r the BCrUtlny of the commls
--ion<rs, orio inatanca of nraete of pubtlc
r loney belng found in the award of con?
tracts calttng for m,fM for flreworks
wortii only Jl.1,**-rf> As n re; ult the hills
were held up. and I'nnllv settled fnr
ntfisi n.
Again, the comn ner eatl
the projael to bulld tha Baa Vlaw Hoe*
pltal, at.d "hy dlreerJng attentlon to the
eitravagant plana nrtodlflcationa arera
muda arhlch raaulted bi a sav ini ? I
'..iist H.MH0M wlthoul ln any degree lea
aenlng the ultlmate rellef to i" glven
through auch b plant."
Thc-p inatancea are typleal ol I
tnrv Influence tt.nmleaton haa had
over the expenditure of public fui I
addition to thhi tv,.. of arorh there araa
the detaii, d s-ip< n '-!? -n malntalned over
every departmenl of Ihe cltj govei
resultlnir ln tha flndlng of al
countlng and manj tnata roll
IrregularltleB, and tl ? i ol rame*
dlea and corroctlona lo he adopted, arlth
Increaaed economy to tl and Im*
pr.?v<d efflclency ln thi work turui
Numerous invtar:?> s ;<r. alao Clted bOtll
of city employaa dlacharged from their
positions as a result of mtecondu t and
of others sent to Jall foi criminal dfXe
llcttona
"Ne mnn " the report aaya In part A'c
cupying the poaltlon ??' Chlef Bxi llvi
-?f this trre.-it ? Ity cai be i \v- cted i eraoi
ally to look into every detail of thla raal
muntdpal machlnei y, yet the I
i Ini reaponalbla nnd acclalma hlm
or a 'hnd' Mav'OT t'.st as in theli
the dty government 'c 'good' oi 'had
"Having to shoulder ihe reaponslblllty,
the Mayor must dlrect the polldea, ?r.\
to dlrect with Intelllgence he must havi
aceurata ai aroll aa dlalntereated
matlon. To a la a extent I la ob?
talned through the Inst' of thi
offlci of ihe t'ommtsdonera of Accounts,
arhlch, through loni ervlci In munlclpnl
affairs haa been developed into a forci ol
'niunleipnl expert.*.' "
MILK CURE FOR BABIES
London Physician Discovers
Cause of Infants* Illness.
Ftaltlmore. N'ov 0 I ?>? Ralph Vlncent,
dlractor of the raaearch laboratorj of the
Infanta' Hospital, London, announced here
to-nlghl thal he had dlacovered tlu bacll
lua thal cauaea itomach trouble among
Infanti Hi alll i ? ? "! ? papi i bi -I
Thuradaj before the Hta Vork Academ)
of Medlcine in whieh ha vviii tell <>f *<.
recanl dlacovetiea thal ha bellt ?
be of greal relue In combatlng Infantile
diMe;isHM.
"Tha paper thal I am to read conal la
of ahout fortv pogaa and tha prindpal
topk ls inilk." said Di Vmi.iit "That
Is the whoie Htm 1 of dlBBOBB arnoiic n
fants. Od pura miik nlni k<. p it pure
lind there wlll I.e pr .n ti. a II ? ii" ,|is.-., .?
among tha babiea Miik ahould i.. glven
infants JUBt as It cmniy fronn the . ow,
without bolllni or anv oth, i preparatlofl '
MIDNIGHT RIDE SPOILED
Two Occupants of Automobile
Hurled Into Noroton River.
I riv Taiaaraph ta Tha Tdbai ?
Btamford, Oonn., Nov. I - A arlld mld*
nii-'ht automoblle rlde over tha Boaton
post road ended dtoaatroual) f.,r william
Kohler, son of John Kobler, a Lawlaboro.
N. v., hotelhaaper; Henry WUmot, of
Weat Maln Btreet, N'orwalk. ''niiii, and
Miss Joaephlne Orant, of No U ist atreet'
Baat N'orwalk, Conn, Bpoedlng along at
tiftv mllea an hour, the maehlne akldded
at Noroton Rlver, hit the OOplUfl Ol ?'
Btone brldge ann. turnlng eompletely over,
thr.w th.- three oeeupanta o il
Kobler an.i Miss Orant landed ln tha
rlver, and were half drowneil when pull. d
OU-J Wilrnot vv?s thrown fortv faat
across the river. llis head was CUl op.n.
Tln tfcttma of tha acetdent vviii recover.
BRILLS CELEBRATE FOUNDING.
The Ne** forh dothJng houaa ol Brill
Rrothera arlll eelebrata its taranty*alxth
annlveraary to*morrow. la that tlme the
bualneaa has grown from one Bman l.'.xw
store, opanad November 12. i*...?, at No.
45 Cortlandt street, Manhattsn, to five
lar>,-c dothtng BhOpB. The husiness was
atarted bj lamuel, fcfaurica and Maa D,
BrllL
COULDN'T SLEEP, KILLS SELF.
Jamea C. wyiin, b coal hupeetor, forty.
Bra yean old, arho lived on tha aecotod
ti. ,,i Ne ?'! Baai mth m.t. eom*
riiitt.d auldda laal nlghl by cutttng ins
thraal arlth a raaor, nis mother. Mrs.
Rose W'ynn. with whom lie lived. said
that her son had heen BUtfertag froni In
somnla. and that she aupposed h 1 > mind
had become B-fOded.
[77, SHE WALKS 100 MILES
| Woman Makes Joumey to Old
Home in Four Days.
,,. T*i??rail< te Th* Trft-aa I
Philadelphla. Nor. ft-Mf? J""*
McOlynn, aeventjr-wvfm youra old, who
llved arltb her daughter. Mrs. .i'?i'"
Mmnn. ot No. 1812 Mad.sor. BtTBOt. left
her ,,???. ,?., -Vediteaday lo riail ral*
aUvea In Booth Philadelphla. and was
found yeaterday, <?'"? handrad mllea
awaj ... Pai.. .Mt... a amall town Juat
OUtBldfl of (?..?tsville. Hhe had made
the dlatance in tour days.
Mrs. McOlynn reeently had taiked a
Kre... il.al abOUl going back to .. httUi
house ln Pai-. Alto It. Which the family
in. d thlrtj yeara ago.
when itn- woman rea< hd Oat house
Bbl said thl.t she had cor.ir I" WlleCl
the i.tit due. iti'pon of tba one hun*
.lr.rl-ni.le trip of the woman BTOUeed
the int.rest <-f thfl authorities. w 1...
found ihat Un' McOlynn prnp'Tly was
?old bv lha COIinty roininissii.ners in
1884 tor notl-paMlient of t;.xes.
CROWBAR TIES UP SUBWAY
Smoke from Third Rail Blaze
Frightens Passengers.
Exeltemenl was eauaed in th- sub?
way at ihe 72d Btreel station iu l?
O'clock last night when a South Ferry
local traln was short-.iroultod nnd
amoke from the i.'irning Inaulatlon
fllled the tiii.e. Trafllc waa Btopped
for eleven mlnutea The ahort*elrcull
eauaed by a laborer. arho dropped
I n rrowbar on the thlrd rail when h?
ljumped out ..f th.- wa* of the traln
i *usl north of tl.e Bt*t|pn.
There was a l-liriding tlash of Ughl
When 'he bar fell ..ti the .harg. d rall.
nnd th.- display continued untll thfl
power was ahUl off nnd the bar re?
moved. Iloel of the smoke \<;.s made
I,. tl.e w.I-n guard of the thlrd rail.
whli i. blaaed for many f111. Tha
amoke apread up and down the aubway
aa far as 79th and 80th atr< al -.
Ifan) traina wera atalled in tho
pow4Bf s<- tion. The women paaaengera
were rather panlcky and wanted togel
ofl ih. traina, bn' the guarda would
ti,.i 04 unit anv one to lea v e the eara,
-g
DEFENDS CHURCH SLEEPER
Preacher Blames Bad Vontila
tion and Pulpit Monotony.
. . I ? Tl
Plttaburgh, Noa, !'. The Ror. Dr.
Oeoraje W. Bhelton, paator of the I
ond Preabyterian Cburch and preshtent
of tha lllnlaterlal Union. defended
. nun b ale4 ;.? n ln hia -? i mon to-da \
Ti..- paator >if- lan i thal "tbe ?
poti nl exterlor Influetn i wen tha
temperature and ventllatlon of the
rhun i if the room araa o* < rhi at. -i
ii alwaya madfl th.ngregation
drowsy. Had air. r-.n. made pe. ?
torpld Color mlghl ma attot i,
? ? all dependa on the Bpeaker, both
ln whal i.e aaya ard ln lha waj
aaya it.
"ii.s meaaagi Id ba llve nnri up
to dat< and he ahould nol apeak In the
> , long Many mlnlstera
.? ihat loud Bpeaklng nrlll keep
the an.iiet., ?? awake. m is bb bad ??
tlmi too lr>w. Tha votea ahould
\ ,.t ? . ? nntraal la the thing "
WHOLE CITY AT CHURCH
40,000 Attend Special Services
at Joliet, 111.
'I'- !>!..-. ' ' ?
I'I N,,- '? "OO*t0 I 'h'lf. b
i ? ??. ? . bratlon of Iti
Itind ? ? ? \oi. ?.. .-.. w;.
?-. ? ? .i i. aal forty
population "' Joliet, crowdtad ava*.
, hurch . thi .i"
. ih. rr^'.ii .?? .. threa
w.'k*' . impelgn bj mlnlater* |?rl< iti and
,..,-," i,. ,-i 111- n ? i
chun h Barl; tl" - m-.n.Int I Cl
prominent . it./.. ? ? ?... '.,,.i and ln auto
mobili i Btopp. d ?' > rati houae In lollel
and n mlnded the ... ? upanl that I '
.....i ? i;., ... i '.? h ? i .. and ;.i ki
io . tn ii.i di* n . en li <. .. gardli ? of i
nomination Jollei mmiatera declare that
the . \. ..i will i ? 1 It in ;i pei nuinent in
tl... hurch atti iii'i nea
. it}
RAID CRAP GAME IN AUTO
Sergeant Wood's Sleuthing Plan
Highly Succesaful.
Illdden in an autnmnbil.. ,, flquad Ol l>o
lloemen, undei Oargeanl Roberl Woo.ia,
. , - ,., gundaj crap game al r.?-? m.-in
itreel and Proeped avenue, i.<?ig island
City, yt mlt rdaj, and for the flral thna In
? ij month ? thal ru Lfhborhood enjoyed a
Bunda of p< aca and quk t Plva prlaon
..- v . i. captun d. a Ith a aal of dice aad
?-.?\ . | ,i l dnlla. I
The Baatcetera were boya from fifteen
to eightoen yeara old, all llvini bi tha
neighborhood, aad, Bceordtng lo tb? big
IU ol complainlni U ti. ra en Sle arltb
Captain Tliomafl Mauda In tba ith Btreel
|...|lee M.ition. the lutiir.- sp.-,u!at..rs everv
Bunda) turned tha radgbbcarbood into b
miniature eurb roarki L
llan) fruttleaa . ffotts a ara made to ar*
real lha b..\s. Thay had lookouta, who
' .ndd BCBBl a poll.eniar. ;i bloflh nwav
...i his wa\ far tl.e usuai Bunday chaaa
yesterday aaornlnB Bargaanl Weoda
?topped long enonj.h at the plaza of tl.e
Queenaboro BrMga to bontrw an autemo
bltfl will. a idiautT'-ur in llvery. Hlding
themaelvea In the automoblla, the pollee
in.-n arerfl d.lven to within lasv reach of
the pranie
Vfht n the maeliir.BBM tO a stop out
lumped lha pollcemen. Taken by aurprlea,
th.- crowd daahed away In all diiatrHona,
hut tive wee.. im.-sied
DIES AFTER ROW OVER GIRL.
I Bj Ttlecraph le Tbe TrtbufM l
New MruiiHwiek, N. .1.. Nov. . Krank
Balllant, the tailor- who waa shot ten
dayfl ago hy Prerl Venable In a dinputn
over B girl, died to-ilav at St Peter'a
Ho.pit.il. venable ia In jaii and will ba
fharged with murder. He says he iire.i
iii self-rlefi-nie. Tbe girl Im held aa fl
W ltl.e.-S.
TO SHOW "VICTIM OF SIN."
a threa-real moving picture, "The l/le*
tlm of Sl..." will be show ti at the West]
Side f, M. ?' A. K.lhday aft.-nioon. N'n
vembei tt, ti..- Roe. Dr. IfeweU Dartght
iiiiiis wiii apeak bb "Tha Dangara of the
Qraal Blaeh Ptagua." The picuma wiii
deptct the resiilti. bf the aoelal ?-v11. It
arai awarded aariond prize at thu Rome
Hyglene BkpOBltlon and was hnnight to
this eountry by Alfrad Pantl.
Sleuths Active and Scores of
Patrons Are Barred at
Box Office.
TWO "TRADERS" ARRESTED
Detectives Escort Purchasers
Into Lobby and Identify Them
for Management, Which
Returns Money.
The Palace Theatre. at Hroadway and
47th street, dct.rmlned to carry into af*
fed laal nlghl ? plan by arhlch Ptanh
Thompaon, the manager: WWIani Wood,
I the buainaaa manager, and WUHatn Ray*
n ond Blll, the preea repreaentative,
thOUghl they mlghl PUI the tl'ket speeil
lalor oul Of husiiie.ss. ftOT, ln splte of the
ordlnanoa forMddlna his tra-Bchlag on
tha aMawalna, tha tlchat Bpeculator atJll
plies his trada*ln this dty.
The Palace Theatra management hlred
detectlvea to arateh tbe apeculatora arho
operata in th< doorwaya and nallaraya on
either ride of the theatre, free from the
moleatatlon of tha anlformed polli???tnan.
Wh.nev.T a vvoiild-he i iislnm.r ap
proachad one ..-* theaa apeculatora tha
detectlve on the aratcb atepped up and
informed him that his tieket would not
he BOIIOred at the theatre door. If th,
pur ihaaar pardated, the detectlve aocom*
punled him to the theatre entrance and
th,-re informed the doorheepar arhera tha
tlchat had heen piili'hiis.<l. an.l the <|ooi
kaeper promptlj axeluded the purchaabr.
The latter wan permltted, however, to ??
deem his tlckd or tlckota al tha boa
ollh - ;,l thelr fare v;il'l?\
Im this vv?v aboul a hundred tlckata
arere held o\- laat nlgbt, the purcnaaara
redeemlna them al the hov ofllce for the
mo-t part an.l BfOUldlng the loss of ?
si.alator'a premlum. Of courae, not
,v.rv trade betwi. si.plator ami thaa*
tregoei araa apotted, and some got in who
ha.l pald the premlum P/lthoul dlracl
avldenca ?f tiu- purchaae tha theatra
i | fed ., had ? o i ghl to aa
clude tha pun h i ?
The apeculatora became deeperate bb
tiie evenlng wore on, rinee lha lactlt
ti,.. tl nagement had eeari d off a
. numbi r "1 aoajd-be cuatomt -
, ,,r. | upetatl ? into v.i
i .mi ofllci rcreened fr-un ti.e
,i, i. im. ... the aldearal-,
;i?,i - . i th- n ttcketa They be*
Old mn. rr"
i,\ untll two ol th- ir numbei vv. ra Br*
n att ?! an.i taken t-> th.- nlghl courl
: 1 -, ;, t'ttt . m ro whom thev ha I
, eta returned for their money nf
r?r hcins refuaad admlttanc* 't the th. i
H.irrni'i Thi BPeC la"' s' favodtB
method or ,! ?? i ? ?? 4|i
a:,. I,, . Kp dn thal they i ouW nol h
?aen trnfTi. k ng arlth them ln plain vn v
Turncd completely up lide
down!
That'a exactly what's 1 i;ip
pened to thal old notion aboul
getting overeoats made to
onea individual measure.
Kven lome of the crack
custom tailora are coming
'round.
What's the use they say?
So iu advance of the season
tlitv make up a l"t of over?
eoats and nol ;i few they im
port ready made.
Resultantly the overeoats
we show in our stores to-day*
our fine Scotch cheviots and
shetlands, are a cinch to com
pare with those of the besi
merchanl tailora in every
thing excepl price!
But we don't stop there!
fVe speciall} invite conv
parison between our clotbes
aud the average ready made
at same prices.
Winter overeoats. $18 to $70.
Rogem Pket Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St
Oak OFFICE Mahogany
PARTITIONS
flf
?
' ' -V _f*>
''tA *v
e
?____________!
i.* ?? j_
MADE BY THE MILE
K!?5 SOLD BY THE FOOT
Hi r., i: hl <>nW ij.i.n i. i?-.l . mk. K..II.1 MahOfaar.
l>r m|. tool. Ver M, foot. P?*r w, fool.
Me. Ha, *.V\
Mr, ""V. I'.V.
Ha. 73-'. 11.0.1
MOUNT A ROBERTSON.
10 IlHinn HT. TKI.KI'HOMC 1057 IIROAn.
Hrnd for l.l?t of Heterencen.
of tho detectlve-., but that lf they would
ko around tln* corner they would meet
them and refund the money. The inno
canl p'irchfl.?er would thereupon proceed
around tho corner, to walt patlently ln
the i old wlnd for flfteen minutes, and
then to return and flnd a Btrange man
arhere Ihe, Hpeculator had stood.
? onslderafcle annovnnee to a Rood many
r'ttrotiR resulted from all thln. but th**
Palaaa nianaaanMBt consoied itself with
the hope that It had crlppled speculatlon
ln Its tickets.
TO AIR THEATRE WRANGLE
Montclair Plans Hearing for
Builder and Rich Opponent.
O"rom th?- Trlbune Oorre?.pondent.*
Montclair, N. J., Nov. 9.?There will be
a puhlir hr-arlnK to-morrow afternoon ln
the Montclair Town Hall on th*> appif^..
tion of Benjatnln Moore, a mlllionrjr,
palnt nianufacturer, who llves her*, ..
reconstder the Town t'ouncll's action fe
Krar.tlnK a llcense to the Montclair To**,
tre.
The theatra, which waa erected tt .
coat of fl'AOOO, waa only recf-ntly tytya
after a majorlty of the members of tu
Councll had voted In favor of iraabWe
a llcense. Moore contends that the tb^.
tre llcense should not have been l>m_ad
until a more aevere teat of the balcon.
had been made.
The hearing lo-morrow will be rt*.
ducted by the Police and Fire comtnit
tees of the Cottncil and **lll be open t,
the public. Moore says he wlll hav* au
erifrlne..rinR experfs and lawyera pr.j.n
at the hearlnK. The theatre manag?m**it
has announced its intentlon of brinjrltif
a legal action against Moore b*>. ause y
IiIh statements about tba theatre.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEV YORK'!"* I.KADINO T
laiPIRE^S^w^TJ.siS
ETHEL BARRYMORE
ln the !SVw '"oriieiiv,
TANTF hy ' H.i'M'.n ''hambers,
1 r\ln IL lfu ,? ,j,P novel.
UA |?*DfC 42d Bt., *? ??' ?'y Bva.1 2\ i
?ariaS-ICi Mar... Tiiiim. a Bai i l:*M. ;
TO-NIt'lIT \T 8:2.*,.
IIFMPIFTTA ;" ? **f ** anm*
UtlVW-l 1 I/- . )| -ra Atnumphere
CROSMAN rhiide catpaaaar,
__ TIIK TOM't KH OF MEX.
(11 flpr Mrnadwity. -Irttl Sl Kv."i. ?.20.
v-lv/ul F.-,r?, Hatlaaa Satardajr. S:3*.
TO-MORHOW (Tl ES.i. H:20.
Vleter Herh-rtN Htm Ceaafe Opera.
THE MADCAP OUCHESS
vvllli ANV NUIMit RNK.
Flil TftN ngt.,* of B'way. Bva I I*.
? -IL I Vfll MatM w.-.| A Sat. ot 2:15.
TO.NIOHT ' Dlre. r frora th.- Crlt-rloni.
JOHN MASON yaSJg
KNICKERBOCKER K'Rt.'SKS:
OONALD BfllAN I^XTSSi
THE MARRIAGE MARKET
LVCEIM ?^fvSRES
GRACE GEORGE ?&??
' - te?,!W HALF AN HOUR
WEEK , ,,r.., ?,,,,, ,,. ,| ,. ,?.,;?.,_, ri,tn,(lji
THE YOUNGER GENERATION
ELSIE FERGUSON "?* H\*"*
ASTOR '
Jlai uf HOIUh Bv#g s ga
??- U'..|. i Pop . A Bat
feALDPAT
'Ofl LAR M IT. ? Kl)
IflHIEI giaWaa!tpS*-Sat:^
aB_? l-IHM I. \lt M \T. WM). ???
nniur Ri. hard ( ..rle?llnttie \\ illlamn.
UnAnU >thE DOLL i.IRI ." Mai Wad.
m2smsm
B, il -? ala f 1. Eva.1
:n F\vr ThrlHa.
a-iYI-K-K-l-C-A
... i ...... |> BBClnf x-.-r, irvirt nf
? ? ->.,,? er tl ro \gb Panama < 'anal.
-III IIKKT THBATBB, *4lh. tt. af H-va>.
FORBES- "HAMLET"
ROBERTSON'S 3^
"Faaaaaa of rhird
FAREWELL *..?.???:.*
.. ? i.i Itl Kt 1)1 (Forbea-Robertaoa In
I I I.IHI I ,) both). V'?o Kv*. I...
i.i.iirr THAT rAIUCD". .Wad Bv?.. 13
M v vi. MEN Prl 14
PLAYHOUSE" .,, ." ?S s:i
.... FAMILY CUPBOARD
OnflTU Iftth, Weit of~B"wi i:??????. i 16.
DUU I rfl m ;,....,, , T. . | | Bat., -.1...
SICRtATADVENM
iMii-r nnv **>?**. niu ?:**
1*11 h Hl E "f R ?., Kv- ,,i s Ju.
TODAY
fl (Jj;: LAURETTE TAYLOR
UUII I s,t . 3 20 IM. O M*. IIKAIIT.
, MANHATTAN 01
,-> riMt.s | N'ea. MowBej Tneatfajr
oma. Tu?_.'..,. aaa Wad
t '???? Surii.-Mi i:\pon-nr *D II "aT T _ BlT
,, ,i... thai tha pablle mai ???? Mile ''?'
, ..?. and dlvertleeementa thera e/lll i.e a .
. OBM **M B.
.-i:\ts -'\ BALE TO MOBBATW
< KUSVA.lt HALL-II s? * 1 Av f
TO-DAY (MONK.1* j
E
LMENDORF
WESTERN
INDIA
HOMHAt
ro i DAiri it.
POPULAR PRICES 50c to $1.50
1,000 ?utb AT 50c
B. F. KEITH'S NEW YORK THEATRES
cqlonial ijsas: -ana.-.-'-S
llii.lv Mill. .'.'><*. < o-1. P-lartf Vturle, Biheri
nuinu 6A -Vharlle. Don'l Do Thai.''
UfllUn Oy* MHrUAHIIIIeHart, Kajiyama,
ll.ulv MaLtSe Mr ? Mrs. Harry. oth-r*.
Harlem 7 vw, r. M.ih.i-s Krom Mvv.v
Oprra llm.*-. Dmllj Ma_t i? -" E.v__-???c
_^ -. _k-*a? i.H.I.IAN LORRA1NB
f-AI Al f* IM.AHK A HVMH.TOS
KMVfl\aae - n \
? ? .. ^ ,, ,i i;ni Bt * .H.\s .1 ROM A
Ev 2 ? -'.. T.-.v II *l ?"?" MABBI. KKNTON
iu.'.m.,? 'j.'..:.?'.v:.'??- a Other Bta Aete?
HORSESHOW
ii,,. Bai 0?ea at the HAMBOM sqi are
I.VKIIKN ?ul he ..p*n from 1) AM. until H
PM on MONDAY, TUBSDAV ? WBDNE8
DAV. the IOth. mh aad iith of BOVBM?
BBB, tor tba xnle el m-ats nnd t.ox?s for thp
?ntlre areah ot tba ?liow and un and afwr
NOV. II f"r 1 eaewea ?*hi? for any sliinU' |>^r
'ni iiiance.
BCI iCPfl BTaal 44th si. EvenniKB 1:1ft.
DtLBiwU Mal?. Thur?. & Sat .it*-'.l.V
WARFIELD ahs_S?l
nrniipup Weel I2d Bt! Kvenlnai at 8:.-?0.
t\trUDLIU Mattneeo Wad. * Mat.. |-_a
THE TEMPERAMENTAL JOURNEY
v,.h l.KO DITRIt'llHTEIN._
i -irnr*\r l.iill. To-Morrow Afternoon nt 8.
S PIANO RECITAL?ELEANOR M^
penceR
. M-.X..H & Hamlln PianoiVTat. Antonla gawyr
AKOI.IAN HALL, Tht* Afternoon at X
miss'ellen LEARNED
Ttcheta Baa OfBea mki BfaMBeba Bwraan,
r*CMTIIDV OPERA IICBNTBAL PARK
LtlM I Un I iiiii se 'I west a2Ni> st.
Mntlneea \\>d. # Bat. at 2. Niaht? at h.
To niKht "l.urla (tl l^unmrrmoor" in Engllah.
\\ k H*k Tom'w N|tt., "Nnmaon and Ix-lllah. '
QOLUMBIA
Z7ltl Burlasque KJK
INERS BIO KROI.tr.
AML8EMENTS.
HKATRKS AM? BPtX, BBBBB.
NEW WTOMIS^^tS1
, TO-NIGHT AT 8:10 SHARP
UflTlPC y"n TUK OPBKINO MOKT
nUIIVb , [-RTAIN WILL, R1HE AT v 10
SHARP. AKTER THATTrilT
Mi ONE WILL BK SKATBD
1'NTll. THK BND OF Kt T I
KI.AW * EKI.AN4.KR pre?4-nt
A NJEW Mt'SIC'AI. fOMKDT
THE LITTLE CAFE
Tly Tvnn raryll A C U. U hXetAmOO, au
thor and COIBBOaar "1 "THK 1'INK I.ADT"
and OH! nn: DBL.PHINB."
. \ST ANU U*ORI'N_OF 1041._
LlBERTY""? 4v^:m.n"; ^ T0-MI8IIT
BOUVENIR PHOTes
CHRISTIE rtVa^thi.
MACDOMALDi SWtETHEARTS
Fl.-at Mat, Wed Thanksglvlna S??ti N.w
UlinCAII ** St.. e! ot B'way. F.ln. %?**
rlUUoUlM Matlaeaa Wad. & Bai at ?_;-*.
TO-MliHT AT n-.-AO.
-?Ir*. New York production nf thfl MBBBBJ
?u>'r?.s of thp laat l.ondon S?.?on,
GEN. JOHN REGAN
Arnold Pa MalraO'%'?:_.
Harry H.iruood, Kr-d U B ;rr ._
A. i;. Aadiawa B rj pay,
Ollver Doud Ryron. .1. Rlc* Caaaltt
I.V4 Kl M TIIK-\TKk7?fni.AV, ai _?-_.
Spe.-ial MMtlne. Pfrferm^n, ?-, auaptOflfl of
sr.i_:. Baclefy of N. Y.-- Two . . ?
"BT-PRODUCTB." hv .lot Medlll Putfraon
'.'orNTKSS MI/.'/l " hy Aril.ur S-hnlul*.
I.aiirett? Taylor. 4'hry.tal H'r:.t. Fr._it
Mills. I.lonel Walnh. <",*o. \A r;.,,.-. mJu1
OdHI. .To?sl* Ralph M^rk I ? Ana.
McPonald. Waltar Crelghten
rUirFPIflM B'war. 4l.li St K *?. ?:1J.
vHI I LlAlUil Marin*** \\v. - Bat., bj
T4I-MORROW (Tl KH... ItU,
t? a\ ir> BBLABi . i pram ??
THEMANINSIDE
A Prarr.H nt Prlm.
b-. ro L A ND Bl BNHAM M" r. r . trr \.
fllRRIPIf ?"?*?"' Pf . nr. n T..1. r.v. ? ui
unnniua _,i,w..i iPop.iasai 211
FANNIE WARO ?? ITHS."*
MADAME PRESIDENT '""," .. .
?I " priUiU'**: R w * * i3d*8t Eva. _:__
M. MBM ? a~tfl.Wed.fpr.P. >**
rOPI I AR ritlf'K M \T. HEDm M'-.-tlJ*
POTASH & PERLMUTTER
W1NTERGARDEN . ' J
THE PLEASIRE SKEKIiRS ?
44th St. Music Hall i;;;KmillM,"
Matus. ' - " I " '? * li
S\M lll |{\ \l.l> U M I . .; 4 KRI.I.Y
1(1?I .|iHi.??i" .TI.l-lltMl lil,4<li?1<>ra?1.
Dty. Man Baat B*ata Bth B*eu ."? ?"tx.v
casino ^-ax-wr
OH.?SAY!
THE MARRIAGE GAME
MAXINS Kl 1 nn rH rilK.ArRI
and Bai
""'??? THE LUHE
HnmsEaa
39th Bi . B*y. K (. I .... MH
"Tho Hrid. "; 'The Black Maak
'Ba DwhaMlla '. -A Palret Whli i ??
:4iilh >t. The. I... >> :?? Mta '.' I .
AT BAY """?"?g
m oi , .-? 01 i.|. 11 .'.??>,_ Ith A. - -
StiS^-j.. BLINDNESS OF VIRTK
tVKKT KNH. li
J;;.-;\,' * THE BLUE BIRD
?ERA HOISE k ;V^v/
< u-.di.. idar M*'"- I KtFW, ".
... lay BUtlnaaa I l?. 19
rarr ?a am> hfr own L'NEQfAU-ap
trlafafaL co. or BBUtcTBO v:-'**^
. and '.*r c.-"'!p?it.- la a'l h*r tenmat
iHAN.i or PRnniAM \t imu rra
iTl'KS.1 TRI.'F.S IBe to UM
METROPOLITAN SSK
0|-eafcaj \>??U. NraMin 191. lon.
Maaa.. K?w. 1*. ?? - Wa? r.-. t1
M lUtMMirB, Bpai.. ?
Rothler, S.>aurola. R'lflfl ' ? -'
W.-.I.. al n MaartV Hut*. !>???
t'rhia.Hr .un.<4V)rlt^.n?1fl*.';r!aw Ai. ConA.,Btm
Thur.. .11 I 13 Boheinr. l
tlaelll ' dehul >, Beettl DMui - - ' ''*? 'lr'
t'orai. COTtd.. I'ol.i ? ?
KH.. Ht 7:4ft. l^ihenaHn. f- -.-?nd. O^r
.d*biJli. t'rlu*. Braun. \y?r. - tajBl ?**?
tu... Cead., Herta _
hat.. Bl -' B?llo In M?M-h*ri4. n*-<!**
H.i.ip.-i. Katsaaaaari Cmrtue, Aaaata '?
l< r. S.-aiiroU. ("nnd . To* .' I. |
Sale or S?H(. for all l>rfon ? ? t/'
Thirada-.. Nev. 1.1. ?. 8 A M ? * O8"*''
HARDMAN PJANO ' - ''
WALLACK'S "Ziut!**B
MR. CYRIL MAUDE
IM RBPSRTOIRB.
Monday t.ll Wfldnaada. I > l'J
THK SKI'OMI IN 4 4IMMAM>^_
LITTLEV) wtTuut^f^l
K'*a. 8 30. g^ Mara7U*rlt?f Inrka* Prca*i4
El TlUfJC Wi*l ?''-,1 81 E
CLMHUC MMi w,.i .. tei ??
WITHIN THE LAW
wlth JANE COWI. ?? MARY H
LMMAME 4?oVMt^T,^^a
HUBflOTB BIOOBB1 flTlFUjI*
mi sk ai. hit:: **? *^J"___E??
_.. - - ? ?!- ? ??? ? ? ?- 0mt
turnrirlr Hall. Tnr?. Att, ><i? * ? '
KREISLER
Tick*.? 7Sr. lo t- Beaee J'"' ,*n* _C
JNovi- on aale a. Hox Othea. C A BVM
Strlnwiiv l'ta.io , n?1
KABOUAN MAU- |1V
NEISELQUARTET
AflBBBtlaai ArtUl. Mr. R*nry l.-or. I^j,
8?ata. ?? nnd $1.50. Helea Lewe, I w. ******!*.
k-il.
AEOLIAN HALL, Thurs K'. ?? . No?- -*? '
MORGAN j 6WENT WELSH
KINGSTON T k?LE ????$
UAMMERSTEirS V'"--^
5TM AV B way. |Knun4-tl < orrlgan * ,
II Hf.oKth St |Wall4.r Ka?r*noo A >< r
Dly.Maf. 28-IK. fainaron. Jullu^-fan"!*
ACADEMY ?S -SBSSSSK*,

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