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ASSEMBLY RULES Independents Also Take Up Speakership Question at Second Conference. TO MAKE HOUSE ITS OWN MASTER Ten New Members Added? Leaders Now Expect Majority in Next Legislature. \ Mcond conference of the independen** ??msistiiiK ?.f Republicana Democrat* and Prorgreeetvea Ib the coming AaaeroW* waa held last night at the Hotel Brevoorl There w<ie thirty ini-nth? ?*.- present an?l twelve others beard from who wer? un? avoidably kept ?way, making s gain of tea over the first conference Andrew F. Murray was chalrasaa. Oneamittees wen appointed "ii the Bpeakerahip and the re \ i?ion of the Assembly rnlSS Tho former will consider I i qualities? Uons of candidates for the Bpeakwshlp Bad th?-ir attitude (.n questions Which are ?mi up in thi seal tun .in-fly ? ( the rules, home rule, ol? rlraarU I other progn ssh i ? res. The ttees will report at i third conference to i? held on Deeeta* ber t, ?n .' ;i m., the place oi meeting yet te i ? determined Several of the Repubil* an Assembly anea foregathered .it thi Harvard Club, Including ft If. Meyer, secretary of th? conference, snd Issued s statement in re? gard t<> What took phi'?' at the C I i me, which waa held In executlvi Slot). They emphasised two things first thai in the course of a general discussion of the legislative situation, th ? majority felt that a thorough revision of the ru:? dun in the Assembly that will ?iak?' tie Aasembl) its own tn.s-t.-t was ? Important than the personality oi .-;?? iker. B" ondly, that the confer? ence was in n" -. but th.it tiose present were In ro way hound to n fiHin from participation in th?it o.vn party caucuses Several names fur the candidacy for th? Bpeakerahip were Informally diecuaaed at the ,? nference The meeting was essen Ually anti-Barnea s.'ino of the A seem Hymen m re ootapoken in their disap? proval of anv candidate who was a Harnes h? ac-hu?an, whether or not the st.it? leader would pursue ??? "hands off at the next L?gislature) as pome of .li" legislators thcrii-lit he niiR'at ?J" Among the names mentioned snd dls-| cuaand were: namiii .1. Hinman, <-f Al? bany County (Barnes mam; .lohn L. Sul? livan, of Chautauqua County; Clinton i> Horton, of Buffalo; Alexander MacDon ni'i. of Franklin County; Thaddens C. Bweet, of Oewego County; Mi Bchaap, of New fork, ami William Sui nsr, who has anritten every member of the Assembly, announcing his caadidac) fin the Any Bulaei seutlmenl gdi no is by its absage? it was the opinion that an Independent Bepabflcan should ?>. the next Speaker. The indepenpenU main? tain they really now have fifty-two mem bets on tin ir side who have been i??? ? I or expressed their Bppraval ol the. ? spec! (?? rally ? ? ? "i a majorit) ontrol of the Lsglsiatura to theli causa The m-in-i. ; for the commit? tee on the speakership were; Btdne) ?'. Crane (Hep.), of the _u Aaeembly Dis? trict New Voik. chairman; Mark Blaner of the 17th Assembly District, New York. s?ci etary ; Wllmont K. Knapp ?Kepi, of chsar-aag County; August I.. Martin iDoin.i, of th.- M Assembly i>?s ti'i.t. Westchester Cmtatj*; Henry D. Pat* t?-n (Pro?,.), of th?* .?."'th .assembly instil?*. New V.irk, and Hamilton Fish. Jr. (?'r?ti'. ..f Putnam Countjr. 'I'lit' committee <>n th?- revision ??f th* rules consist? ?I of seven m?ml?'i s. ?.-it'1 Mlcbasl Bcbaap as <-halt-man. stiit?' Isnatnr rtntismrl. of Itooeklyn? was pr?sent. ;?n?i toM th?- confarraaa that h-- was sura a majority of th?* Democrats In the next Legislature frorn Klni?*s Counts arouM Join the cause of th?- In? dependents. GOT $37,174 FOR MITCHEL City Campaign Committee Re ports Deficit of $1,029. \lhaii>. N'.iv Pi.?This was the final day for Rllrif campaign statements, and th?* "fli. ?? of the S.< retnry ?>f State was flooded with them. Th?* Mltrhel campaign eommHtsa of New York ?-ity n ported t-ontributtoiM of 1:7.17m and expenditures of bWSit*, Outatandlns claims atra M-**-*? s" ? d? Hell ?>f tt.i)2t> 7?. remains a mom* the contributor! to this fund wen Vinconl Aator, eXSQO- W. H. Bay?" plan, KtKtt; Marcus Loosr, BuIN, and Dudley Weld Malone, *-'*? Ogden 1. Milla, tresaurar of the ?'? - publlcan County Committee of New fork, reported ?contributions <?f ?fflJKM and ? -pendltures oi ITC-WM The CM* ? - Municipal Committee turnad over *.'.*?.-.*?;?" ??i this amount The ?DemocratI? Btat? C.mlttei r? poi ted - ? <?? Ipts n? ludtng ? ba anc? ? I lefl from laal ?ear, and ? \ r I l?7, with liabilities out ted al 919319 Th? lsrs?e*1 single --ontribution ws* B.* H. M< ''?'?it?-. '?' Byrs FIELDER CALLS A CONFERENCE Jersey Leaders Will Be Urged to Keep Promises Made at the Polls. [Kroi B ? irreaponSeat of Tha Tribune.] Trenton, N. J. No** -'? '.ovctnot elect James V. hteldei .-main asserted his lesdershlp ??f the l >.m?.? rati<- psrty In Near .his? y to-dsy, when ha osUed ? **oo* f,?rence of the D?mocratie BBsmbais of ?mini L? gislstur? t?? 01*1 ass a i?ro gninmc foi the coming jrosr. The con? f?rence will be held on December I ?Fielder communicated his wlal toi Peter McGlnnlss. wh?. will t>< DenMcratlc leader of the Benste, and t" emblyman AUsee Holoombe, dean of the House, and they will issu?- the call for the Joint meeting it la expected thst Mr. Welder al this conference will follow the course pre? sioiisiy adopted by Prealdeal Wiis?>n arhen ?? ?.?s Governor, lie sviii make known his wiah?s in proposed legislation and will endeavor to impress upon the Demo? cratic laarmakers the necessity for keep. Ina the promises the) made In the las; campaign, it is also probable that lb? conference will agree upon lh* selection of iMwai.i 1. Edwarde as st.*t?- Controllei to su. ceed htmaelr. Republican members of tue Legislature v ?ll hold tbelr conf? n nc? to-mi 1 ? i ?i-iiss plans for the comln_ session The Republicans are in the minority In both branch?e, but it la like]) thai the) ?will hi.' some Important meas'irew ?pads Bankrupt Brokers Testify: .lber* Aul, <?t Pittsburgl d Anthony Walburg, of Ml?*MIetown, Ohio, rho were members of the ?bankrupt iirm of H il. Hollina .. Co.. tesl terda) United States Commlseionei <;ii < htist that they had n?. definite knowi edgi of the ralue <>i th?ir prop art) Botl admitted that they bad real estate sad other propertiea ami promised t?, turn over to a Leo Everett, the racslver, the policies m- tti?' surrender value of Ufa Insurants? rried Tha sxsmlnstlOn was adjourned until Doeambar 3. twrr ! 5 E. 52nd St. Desires to Announce Their Semi-Annual Sale of Afternoon & Evening Gowns Tailor Made Suits, Furs% Wraps and Blouses Noiv$75?$85?$IW and up Formerly $150 $185 $225 and Up i.iinnrnt? -"hi (an not Be Returned, hi? hanf- I or ??-tit on Approval. Atmosph?r.'. s-ild an old writer. la one ?>f the Bites! nacoasitles to*1 tionii? confort, atid where hi tins no imjiortiuit a? at that Thanks glvInK Dinner of yours.' Amin : a BOOTS ot things. 111 iludiliK l'latt?-rs, dishes and table UUP' ?*f all sorts, that me ile liKhts t?> the eye of the epicure, in this noceaaary addition to tho equipment of th?- serving or din - 1'ig table,?the Plate Warmer It /n.Wi rtvo ?,?' i i? tth vnii?m m - ratifient' >it for betting leo, efe, fs SagUe* Vise trofilntr for ta bli use. is niado in EnRlinh Electroplate. from elt?ht to twenty-six Inch, s In length One end .--. nlaina un im ? i.m? over which you ran boil th?- tea. coffee or what not. The alcohol burner Is movable aid can he placad at any point along the tracks. Truly a thin* of beauty, it is doubly a delight m its practical ueefulnasa Ma?Je also In copper, _1 and 86 lachea, and f?ir either alcohol or eleciri lty. I L [ewis&.Cohger 45th Street & 6th Avenue, New York ALL ASPHALTS TO GET EQUAL CHANCE Olynn Says State Road Building Will Be Open to World's Markets. NEW SPECIFICATIONS TO BE VERY SIMPLE Governor Will Prevent Use of Highway Department for Politi? cal Patronage Purposes. I By T??ii'Ri-.-ipti t" Tb? Tribunal Albany, Nov. 24. Road building In New j York state ii in lie thrown open lo the asphalt markets of the world, Governor Olynn said to-night Hi said thai this w luld st?>?i the a ph.lit m sndal. An advlaor) board of three highway englneera appointed by Governor Bulser. I dren up specifications for r??a?l building,! which provided that "solid natural i phalts" mast be used on state roads TI Is . is said tu havi given a monopol) to the Bai i " r ' 'ompany, the ?ill?-?-??! Mai i trust," and hss been fought at numerous I hearlags bj representatlvea of the Warner-Qulnlan nd other "?i asphalt , companies, who said thai the) were ex Vs'-.ed what would become of the nd? vleorj bocrd'a apedflcatlona (lovernoi Olj un i ild '?? "gui aaed lh< Into th? -iver." "I knoa they were sol imlnow and t< a l"t of time to prepare." h<- added, "bul undei the n? a plan Ihs pi etfl si be vt ry simple. All that I- ne? saai to havi the apei Iftrationi a? '?;swi every aultable aaphall known can ? ms. ; tins the ?ondttlon that ? con? tractor must guarantee the road hi ' fui at ie;ist three yesi and poaalbl) Uve 'This will do away with th<- ssphall acandal Thla provision >sin glvi ? asphalt dealer In tie WOtlU Who has a:i ? it which he will guarantee for Uve \ ears an equal < han? t with ev< ;i ph.ilt man for th* IMfl Ol Sem York Btata it ???i aleo be notl ? I ??"tit!; ? t"is thai thi i muet gel an ? phall a h'ise makei s are ? llltng I i ? ,: ?' aecurlty. "The - tlona will a evei y < onti a? tor ,n ? onn iction ? 11 ? ? i preaentatlon of an) eatlmate foi payment of atate moneys t" make ? sob dsvtl Bf tn the a ai? performed, shoe that it bat !?? ' n i ' i f"t ".' d In exact ? "i dam ?? ? Ith the apeclfl? atlo ia to subject him to such Involved m ' sse he makes t I "I ha\ ?? ;i lsn ?i i ? , ted 11 one ?ii! i?. employed upon the n i ??opt fin apecial competenc) and si ami i wiii positively prevent the ua the Highway I >? partn ? ? ? patronage purpoaea Hereaft*i Inapeet in the Hi-.'!)?s) Dei ti ent ?;ii be ? i ployed for their abiiltj to Inspei ; ro n?it for th?-ir ability to deliver rotel 01 !? tain f"i thi sdnelnlsti at Ion the ft Ship Of political leader?? "M v own Idea m 1I ? itati maintain a ? uttai>!?- training hlghwa) HI--I" ' * - training * hooli and methods It the New V'?:k Citj (Ire snd police de? partments. "I kavi dSatgnated i 'omml - Ion? < far iis'.e. Attornes Gem i 'ommiaaioni r nf Effli lencj an,i I DelaiM i a oousmltt- ?? te ca? i ?? oui l i rlewi In the sp< ind contra l for road ? "n nation and maintenance James w . ? la orne ? begin hl statt wide tiafi Inveatlgation lo-morrow when he returns to Albany tr?n Buffalo, it i? expected that public hearing* wll hi-id. bul Atthui T. Warm r, Mi i borne'a ssslstaat, said that this is .? mat ter to t??- decided at a conference whl h ! will be attended t?;. the Governor, tha Attorney General and the Olynn in\-?---11 i*at?irs. Governor Glyan end Mr Osborn? that l?i trat Attornes Whitman ahould n"t go outalde of New Votk Count] acutlng alleged irregulaiitlei involv? ing bigharay ai?d eaaal eoatractoi con? tributions lor the iictnoi ratl' Igantsatioa. They, however, feel certain ; that th- matter will (ans.- te? trouble. -, GRAND OPERA AT CHICAGO Season Opens with "La Tosca" and Every Seat Taken. I Chicago, N??*' -' The Chicago Grand Opera Company opened Iteaee '?i to-night with "Lb Tosca.'1 alar) Garden, t'ai n! I I Marc?os at??; Amadeo Baaal havini in? I leadlas roles. i-:v? >rj n.n In the bousa i ?as occupied. The subscription Is la ex? cees of la.-t :>tai's. assuring s repetition of liiiani-iai BUCOSSS. The production ol eleven npaisi In In I iish win be a feature ??f the aeaaon. 'Hans'! ainl '?ietel." "i 'indereli.i " "Car? men." "Tha Tales ?>f Hoffmann," "Mar? tha." "Mignon," "Faust." "Natoma." "MadanM Butterdy." "A Lovera' Quai ; rel" and "The Beeret el Busanne" will b? i faim; in Enguata American premi?res will he those of Onecchl'a "Caaaandra" and Leoncavallo "Zlngari." Luc?an Muratore, the rVench tenori Otto MaraJt, German tenor, and Marta Dorda, dramatic soprano, ?n? smpna singers neu to America who will apajmar. Vouai Marcoux, |hs Preach barytone, will originate thi title toi<- ua ? Maaseaet'a "Don Qulchofta" of whlcta th?> initial presentation in this conntiv will bs given b) the Chicas.gamaatton Ths leading coloratura roll ? will t"- sung bj Miss rioren? e ninetieth, of St Paul. OPERA OPENS IN BOSTON "Jewels of the Madonna" First Offering of Season. Most?.n. Nov. M w.iif-i-Yuati opera "Th.- loarais of ths Madonna'1 opened the | ft,,-ton Opere '"ompanys fifth aeaaon bs-j nlj-fht. TbS rr>;e of M.illrlla. heroin?' of the piece, wan taken by Mme l.?.nis.' K.luna. Who was heard here In the pait la-t s.-a son a newcomer was Mma Marghetit? d'Alvarei. contralto, In the role of < *.*i - nel? Bdooatds Pstraft-^Foataaa, tenar, ami M,iri?i Ane.m.,, ha? vtoiie. had other principal parts. Khlra Helian?. was the Btella Reiben Moraaasal aonductod, re piacinK Andt?' lapiei, who introduced this Opera here laut year. The audience. Which Ailed the lion??., was a brilliant ene, lnoltidlnn a larRe representation of leader? of noclety. T'i? psaaoa win last .ifrht.Mii arosfca Among this seasons tfageVS will be Mme. lana (ava?erl and I.ui-len Muratore. EXILES WELCOME SUICIDE Appeal to Europeans in Behalf of Banished Russians. Berlin Nov. -< The niff<srlqn from hunger, disease snd 111 trsatinsnt of Rus sian political prisoner? sad <*x?<*s ar<* s? t forth in an appeal in their behalf puh liahed in many Boropoan newspapers to? day over the signatures ?if s.v.ral lilin dred prominent mm and wom.'ti ol ?I-t many, England, rran<f and other coun? tries An epidemic of aulelde la said to pr? - van among the banished pol?tica] offend* ?rs. who. It I- state,1 In the appeal. ?regard this as their only means of salva? tion. The sl?_natories ?>f the appeal P'ir,? ?M forming a committee i?? ooUoct and publish the facts ? BARTHOU'S POSITION FIRM Willing* to Stand or Fall on Any Point Financial Policy. Paria, Not U Premiar Bartbou an? nounced t.? da) that he was determinen to make the pointa in his fiiiiiin*tal policy quoatlona ?>f **bnfkten<*e In tin ?Cabinet and that the governmenl would stand or m an) one ?if tie m Th" parliamentar) opposition t>> in?' government's propoa?l t.. issu?- a loan, consisting principally <>f Radical Depu I lea and Senators, who ? I? ders are three former Premiers, Emile ? *? .m?????. Joseph i 'i\ ?ni ? leorgi s i 'lernt n**ea ,. do* mandi thai th.- ne? loan shall he i ?.o Instead ??f the f ? ? ?? i iked for I.?. the government, that the new 1 e subje? t t., tax?t!? n and thai the goven ? muai find othi r means "f freah tax.iti ?n I? ?el-? th?* Inheritance ? ? i . : e great Inter? in the strong stand taken by Premier Barthou, snd altl.ih moat ?? train from t- recsstlng th. is- I it ?? g? nerall) bell? v. ?i that the j Premlei '\ii! command an adequate n ? 'orlt) when th.? Bnanclsl propoasla come iij? f?>r ?Ii?. us -?-? AWAIT REPORT BY MILLS Republican Assemblymen-Elect Delay on Speaker Republican 4 elect of Brook 1) n. N- ?? Y. i v snd (?] "i?-t ! last m?.-lit ,n Republl? a i headqusrti i I .v. \pi Monti ? t ? ? i ? oklyn There j were prtaenl twent) BepubUcans..snd two I-- ?. srho declared I es In the Republlcai A third Bull Moose, who S ih I :.? I.. Jacob A. Uvli . f i.i, okl; i, op? n? o tn? m< ? ?i, u Hoi pr? rtded ? I ; l?*n l. ,.,., ,,?? m ... ? \. ? ? with Samuel S Ko? . In '? raa to . ?. ? that ii,.' Assembl)men-ele? t will ? I i sr of the A ?; I. Mills and ti ? . ? ?:?? other Asa . ? aloof ft <>ii> pi .im', ? ". i ? , r :, Mr. Mill to report ? i ?? U ? s tskei ip at a m. etlng to lie?] 1 | tie , . ., BLAUVFLT HAS NEW BILL' Proposes Direct Primary Which i Keep?* State Convention. \.' .; s. natui ? ;? -i g< I i ? ' ' ' i : bill i .? ?..!.,- ? ? : t, > i ??!,'. for thi ? .. new lia own makl "i . ill w hi' i, a i lie retain* from n ti minal ' ' 'andld ? ? al? Will he at ..fit. ni ? , andtdat? i m it? rt eith? ? tit loi ' . ? I per cent of the 11 rolled psrt) rot,? within a political subdi? vision, '.i at convention made up .,f lib)? t to party rules and al pai t ?. ? thi enrolled i nof?? lai primai I? s The tal .??... ii?i.,n ma) thus select the organisa? tion ??i in.a- ' ?ntlnue to I foi mutate the pa i i platform ? i "an > . ommltt? ? s w,:i provide party rules and r?gulations and select the or? ganlsatton ? mblem t" be used on the prl* mary ballot Ths Maasachuaetts fmrn ..f ballot will be adopt ?i ?n?i the us?- of ti_r p.irt\ ? 111 :. I < n i 00 lh. -i luiiiiy Balls' will i ? , roblbited." m DRUG GANG SOON TO BE IN TOILS Number of Bench Warrants Issued on Confessions (liven by Cocaine Victims. William Bourden, arrestad on a 'h.iii,'? oi distributing eocsJno, was held f"t trial in gpedal Beealoaa by MaglsUrate Brean in the Tombe Court yeeterday. At the Bam? (?m ?, .i?ihii Qravtne, who was ar k-i.,1 .-?iin lay at No. -."?I West Ki.ty-flrst street, wau held In R.HB bail <?n th. charge of vlolstlng the anti-cocaine law which Th? Tniaiii" caused to be placed on the statutes He was alee charged with having a revolver in ins poasesalon. it is alleged thai Qiavtne i.-, an asaoctata ??f Bourdon. Both ni'-n are believed I" he m.minis in.- ??f cocaine renden who have made th.- Han Juan Hill MC?OH Kiel Hal- ! hm ti,. n stamping grvuad. The house I in West Sixty-tirst sti??? t has asen raided ti m?- ai.,| again us a haunt lor gsllsri gad io. im of th? drug Assistant i?istii.'t Attorns) Ployd ii Wllir.cl in* already obtained navra than a doses ? onf? s.?iiuis fron ?drug rlctlma some ?f them at pus? nt It.? mi ??? ?! atad m the Tomta Most ??f Ut-sm sai<i that the! West Blsty-flrsl street house was one of the distributing points f.'i the Moalne srll-ra As the reouM of fu* roiifssainna. and evidence obtained from other Bonnes. Mr. V/llmot announced last night that a nmn ber <>f beach wan ants bava hssn Issued. I JihIki- Swatin, of Setters] Sessions, said i last 111 ?_: 111 that ft ?m liH personal observa? tions on the bench, he fsuad that most ? : Im? s ?'.?ill?! he tiac? .1 to the UM of ",<aloe. Kline Reviews Coast Artillery. The nth Coast Artillery Corps gSVa a ipectal artillery practica and ?iiiii Is honoi Of Majr?9t Kline last nlf-ht in its armory, Jefferson and Sumner avenms, Brooklyn. With Majrsr Kiim* was Brlgsdlsr Oeaeral l?avl?i K AUStIn (retired). The orps vas <?ut in fun Btren_r|h and was nomiMSjiled i-, Lieutenant Colonel Ashley M?LITIA CONTROL HIT BY DECISION ! Controller of Currency Rules War Department Cannot Prescribe Strength. (I*r?.m The Tribun* IliireRii. 1 WashitiRton, November Si CONTBOL OF MILITIA DBVKltOF .\n:\". Ths Beeretarr of War i* sn gaged in another controversy concerning the mi'itla. and las appealed to the Controller of the Treasury for recon rdderatlor of s decision which has the ? St el of nullifying the Wnr Department's control of the development of the militia. For SOBS time th?- ??pattment, under the militia law oty*ma\ has ondertaksn to make regulations for Hie strength or militia commnnda Ht* number of efBeers of each rank, stc The department ra centlj had occaalesi to require an ist* I creased number of men in a eonttnand at rifle practice and oth**r work to establish the minimum force entitled to ?haw pay. The Controller has decided that ths I Secretary ?if war has bo i?kIu to pre -' ill? this mini? rical atrength. ? Thi qneatlon vas presented as s result of Instruction* given In Atizona, wnen six I companies of sn Infantry regiment r tre represented by forty-four persons, of s hom eleven .Beers In other word*", then was an officer for every three men when there should bavs been ofllcen and one hundred nnd twenty men The Controller holds that the men ere entitled to piy, regardless of ths numboi present Ti" War IVipart? ment Inatata thai there shall be enough men of the preacrtbe-j numerical strength t.- make it s irth while '?> give the In? struction, snd thai .lus is Becesaary eufll ? lently to di v?-i?,p tm militia. Thi s.? r? i.ir *. ..f War has pointed out t?. the i ontroller thai if the lattss*"! decision atands it arlll ??? possible for s regiment t.. be represented by one officer snd one enliated man. \ huh would !"? :.,i??, ii it aould he Impossible to ??? n .? t .. "r?gira? tit" aimer such i ? lions, ' ??'. ty virtue <jf th? Controller's ? i the eotdlei preaiil ? mid be ? utitl? ?i t?. pa) It is this soi I ??f thing which th- Secretary of War de ? ? to at old, and (.?? !..? I "It tO h.f. a the ' 'ontrollei amend his i tiling. ii it Is not p.i ?sibls f"i the Controlli r ? ? change bu declalon to accord with the views expreaaed b) decretar) Garrison, i ? Bmh !.?i i ?? in explain the tdtuatlon to ? or.gr? ra ai d .i-k :..i revi l? n ?,f the laa ? >RDER*1 1881 BD Thi -? U and na > > <>. ?i? i ?? ha i ? bi i n Issued : \r..\i v ?IN V. Rl"CKMA> ?i ar n arrival- la Ui t" u aid report to i hk f ?>? I . ?i; M I'KITi'll Al'.l". .Ir . fI..:. 1 ? ;, ' I ' . HENRI ? WHITKHEAD l iron '. II .1.1 \.\l I U EMTKRt Kl.T. 2d ,i major In ? tVatartown \ : ? ' M ,? " '1 RICK, coaii enant IOH> I ROWE, ? ? "I'.'n i- ., . ? I? : , ???.-? "ii t.'omnjn ? . '?lui?"'.?. ' imitianfl mine planier ?. ? . i ? O' t temmn ? ? il artlllrrj Ml. t',,.- ? i " Hi MI'HRI I U'RE.N B ?OK1 - ? ' for i i i.,n i'I.II i*"l;|i t. ?mi; ? ? ? ? ,s ri.- n M puny, roam artillery, to Fort Gran?, <*a v.tioe, via Cristobal. First Ueateoaai WILLIAM C. F, Ni'lh BON, '.?ih cavalry, at <1 S.-<on.l Lleutem BL'RON g .icixi:.--, |?Hh cavalry, ?letal uMiitlon diilv with sli/nnl corps, to :? l)|. _<? * .**'". on i Lieutenant ALLEN R. KDWARDS, : Infantry, from Walter Reed Ornerai It? pltal to proper station. Leave of absence: Second Ueutenaat ALU It. BDWARDS, _.'?| Infantry, on?, ?nonti'. ? fourteen 'lavs. NAVY. l.emenant HltAI'IOIU? HAKNK TT. tita?!' the Tacoma; t.* i__*,al hospital, *,va?htr,_t? Pa**sed Assistant Paymaster? BRAIT MAYKK. drtarbed Naval A. alemv. and * N iuciiks. detached naval training ?t tun, Newport; t<> ?ail oseen. MOVEMENTS OF NAVY VESSELS These movements of warships have be? reported: ARR1VBD, Nov. __ -The Al?*rt at Sun PedTO; the Ma Bower Bl *.Vii.shlni*;ion, the ?Seta e at V|U franche; ;!..? gtewart at Bas Pedro; t Brutus m Charleston; the Preston, ti Thornton and th? Tlngey al sa\.?nnah; ti Annapolis at Santa Rosalia. Mexico; the K? Hampshire at Vais Crus', the Oeceola Ou intenamo, No? S3 The ?'??nth Dakota at San *****-****__sn .-?'? M The l?elveetoa and the Placeta*.***?, i < iuain. SAILBD. Nov a Tho AI'Tt, from ?an |>|e_() for f-fl I'?.lio. ttur. i:l' The Potemar snd 'he Berra, f?-oi Norfolk for Oaaauutamo; th? B&owort fro? San Diego tor Boa Pedro; the Rocket froi N.'i-f'ik for Indian Head and Washington. Nov, 23 The Plueser, from Nesrpen for Be York ruru; the Birmingham, from Rio d .tan.-lio for Monte? Ideo Nov M Thi l'r."ton. the ?nne****- and th Thornton from Beranaah for charlastoa TWO MORE ARMY | AVIATORS KILLEE Lieutenants Ellington and Kell] Fall 80 Feet with 'Plane Near San Diego. Ban Disgo, CaL, Nov. 14. -?first M-u tenant Brie L I"11 inKton. of the M Csv airy. Sttd Kirst Lieutenant Hugh M K"ll\ of the Mth Infantry, U. s A., momhsn ?if the Kirst 1 ?r. ision Arm' AvIStlOO Corps, w.-re killed toda-, in .? fall of about eight] fool In an aarocdan*. The :?? Idei t o ?? ilrred across the hay from .?-'.m l'i?-i?*'>. ??n the grounds Of the army ool on North Islatnl. n?> reason for the accident was ?iis?*ov ered, although ? careful easmlnatlon of the ?aeroplane wse (hade. The machine Waa shatter.?! ?'nptaiti A. C COWSB, ? ommandlng the post, was among those who s.?a th?- a' ctdent, "Thej? were tiring out ? now sts-cylln der machins," he asid, "an?i they were between eight] snd one hundred feet the ground arhen the) lost control Th.* ma? hlne ?as now, and Kelly was not familiar arith it Ellington went as In atructoi "Th.- machine had a dual control, which enabled either occupanl t?< tnaaage it si will. The controla were connected, en abllng the Instructor to corre?l instantly .wiv mistake made by the pupiL ? 'Tin- ma? lune appsrentl) hagan Its de? in ? proper manner gad si the usual sngle Than it ??, :?? an d out of coa* trol. The altitude was so low w? felt ti.Beers ..oui.l hav? only a roiij?h fall. \ ir? : .1 Inspection of the wrecked plane convinced us thai th?* controla were In koo?I or?l?r. The men were in- j Btantl) killed Llsutensnl Kell) was a native of Ken-! II?' had heel, l uiuiuandant at feral ty. 11?* ?;i?j a sou of I ("oto?al k If. Kelly, for msn) years editor I <?: "Th?- i.ousviiie Commercial ' Both aviatora were unmarried, l.ieu-1 i.-nat t Ell ? ::?"'? was l.orti in North ? 'aro llna m UM, snd ins nest <>f kin is a brothsr, .1 0 _*lllngtott, <?f Raleigh! hi. C. He ?.?s detailed t?> the aviation eervice la September, ISIS, and had seen aervice on I .??.lation !<? Id- at Mai 1,1. he.nl. Mass . Col lege ?Park, Md Palm Bi a? h, k:.? . -*.?_ Th.- deaths of Lieutenants Ellington l ? d K< ? .? total of fifteen fatah ties from aviation In the government aae vice, twelve in the army, one in ?he navj and two civilian army inntru<*tori*. iin^ experiment? flret began at Fort Myer |B 1908. Seven have met death this year In aviation accidents of all kinds thi world over 347 persons have been kl||?_ this year's deaths numbering 129. m __, Catholics Protest New A. p. t\t The circular distributed by (?eor-*;? p Newman, of No. 3 Kifth avenue, annoiinr. ItiK that he Is president of the revive! A. P. A.-the American Protective Aiao ?iation?and that It Is time for Amerlran patriots to rise agaltiHt ofBceeeeklBg and oAceholdlng Roman Catholica partlea? larly membera of the Knights of ''olum bus, has stirred up much excitemenL e?. pedally aaapng that order. Frank \V. Smith, chief clerk of the Court of Special Sessions and ? hairman of the committee on I'atholi?- Interests of the Knights of Columbus in Manhattan., nalrl yesterday h?- and brother niemberi were thinking of proseutin-,- the heads of th? A. P. A. and of calling a mass meeting to protest against Newman and the latter?, < am palen. EXPERT TESTIMONY. Prom The Interborough Bulletin "Safety Brat" la ? ?er) delicate patient. always requiring the most exacting ?are ami attention. Woven of the Veldt and of London, comes this story fabric revealing the destinies of two nations, the lives ol two men, and a woman like Cleopatra influencing the careers of empire builders by her beauty and cleverness. It is a new book called "The Judgment House" and Sir Gilbert Parker wrote it. Would your judgment be inlluenced by knowing that it was the best-selling novel In the I'nited States for two consecutive months? 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