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Read F. P. A.'s
Witticism? and Clevcrism?
Daily in The Tribune.
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Vol. LXXIV_N<>. 2-1.824.
I< ?mritlit. Hill.
II? UM lill.iiiir ?..,,. lalion |
SEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER *'.. 1914.
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PRICE ONE CENT
In ? il r ..f Va? ?,0r|,. Nr?*rk. Jr-aa?? I n? mid ??.?-_.-.
KI-4EM m HI I IM? ai \T?
WHITMAN IS FAVORITE
AS CAMPAIGN CLOSES;
BALLOT BAFFLES TIGER
Republicans Stick to Prediction oi 95,?
000 Plurality for Head of Ticket,
with 30,000 for Wadsworth.
NO "DOUGH DAY" FOR TAMMANY
Democratic Leaders. Fearing Defeat, Send
Wilson Plea to Voters?Glynn to Lose
by 150,000. Says Sul/er.
? Election Day continued .o campaign right up to inid
This morning at (? o'clock the march oi the voters to
l wiil begin. The polls will be closed at S o'clock, and the count
Unless the contest for Governor is clore, the result lor that office
idkated by the returns as early as 9 or 10 o'clock.
Repnbl ?an leaders were supremely confident last night, not only that
DiHricI Attorney Whitman would win by a big plurality, but also that
. . . - would ?o in with him.
State Chairman Tanner stood o y his prediction of Sunday thai Whit?
man would come down to the city with a plurality of 145.000, against which
i he able to muater not more than 50.000 plurality in the city.
Friends oi James W. Wadsworth, jr., candidate for the United States
ede nil vote will be much less than that of Whitman, but
(hi that he would win by a plurality of 30.000.
Kaders refused to give out any estimate. Privately, they
ed they had become convinced they were beaten.
the strong"' evidences of the way things were going was the
?e betting odds to Whitman. So much Whitman money ap
d in Wall Street yesterday that he was made the favorite at !0 to 0.
-ven at that, few takers were found.
' ?re elect m
lafaat?
?
. - who had
restarday. Tha?
,,,,? "Dough Day" Caava.
??ilough day" b1 Tara*
, when
. tai indwith hand
What ?O?
inn of che?
? boon leader.
? l
? ?--"-*??
M g . ah? it
? there
... .: one year before
... that ,
? !. an orT ?
? - annon i
m ley J ' rk<
tratia '
(00,000. F'irurinur a re?
?7 per cent for those
. do not vote, th?
? i 1,44)0,000.
..... '.--. , Dam.) K?t
?he ftp:
Hopper (Ind. I--'.
-
In 1 - - ?' ' ???8W?
llrdRHP I I ''-? Sr^",",
(SO*.),
IU17.
1.??? -reel tl <> vota tor Chief J
? ' Appeals waBi Bi
D*rr,. aad Ind. L.), 600,375, v.
? -- . -
As v
the Democratic an -..???net
T.earne r omir.ations
month -g", v on out over
straight Rapufcliean, B,ow
?n the Pro
f??9.?'v<?? bar? iie?-ii c
>.)v to the i'.r 1'ur.ini.
A Eumb.-r of >?
tria? Strebel, thi
ir, a III it'-' '
the Progra
lured tii.it the -
? ? ? ?
Tied-.:
' '
'
?: ?
the ?
?
the
rking ?? en
un o"?'
'
i,. lu.llot ??'H
-
many
he thougl
?
would
it for G
. il.i- Demo
!??? da
with the word? of t'r? Mil? n' '
?
Daaiacratie eandidata foi '
. oat circulai ?.which,
? Dg |ii< i'.?"
? ? i ? ? ..." com?
I
..1 to
'ill . I?.
11 ? ' ?
and ?r ? . ? ? ? tan i? ?
prints?
Sulsei
.
. m d ? '..?' Glj m. would
"I wui gat 40
Repul
the |'i
h? formel
?mor.
s?llivan pu!
in cell after
PRISON THREA1
Fearing Convicts . Wouk
Kill Bank Wrecker,
He's Locked Up.
ACTING WARDED OFF.
HEAD KEEPER ACTS
Clancy Ready io Testify
?A.cCormick Dodges
Subpoena.
A. Sal
?
.1. McCormick tuok
tin. ? .
m s cell.
Prom s ere h?
ted to ei out thi cooi trj aide
automobile and form
that flitted
eater Coun?
ty, with an occasional run t., Manhat?
? in-i -I-II at
opprei live, Sullivan hsa
fallet level of an
or.lina.
Following tb. ?? ? ( "
it followed
? priv
?
?r.-ak.l.iv. n. , .
i. i . '
?
:
.r' .nt\C
.
ice? te M? l 01
, ? at be had
. Harmon tal I \
print? nil.-nt
Kill y regai ? en?
? ?
Mllll
ance t. (a
?
Id ' i
from ?-" I condui
actioi tl st would I
,
Ni?i Sulli? an .lov Hide.
More ? erning D I
Sullivai ? ? the
tomobil? estei
re t be
:. ':il .llir>.
I . I
drove the ear
?rere
nick, I W Ihani J.
Curran, City Attor
i,,.y; a Yonkera nsn named ii.io.lhart
and Mayor Lennon of Yonkera.
left Y.iiik. rt iitap
? while ii Msi
i aid t.. BBOther liquid ?Ii-?
trip the
igk v..iik.-is
irtjr, In
tluding Sail
nee Inn and bad dinnei
u ? . . .' Ve Lera v?a?
?m which
rip he
. ? when Hull
( ..num.- .1 >'i> PB*! ?? ?t'lmiin *
??____
WHO N. Y. ELECTORS
WILL VOTE FOR TO-DAY
This is Klertion Hay ?
Pells open I rom |( a. m. I? .'?p.m.
' :.n?lnl;it.-s |o be voted for gen?
erally :
Fifteen .leleeatOM-at-largc to Con
stitatleaal Ceavsatlea.
Three district ?i?-??-i???i?? ?? 1.1 Cea?
s? it ut i.innl Convention,
l.o? ornor.
I Isalsasal Geveraei
Secretnrv of Slate.
? ontroller.
Stale Treasurer.
Utornev ?.ein-r.il
Slate Knpineer and Surv.-vor.
\??oriale .In.life of Hie Coiiri of
Vppeals.
United Stales Senator.
liV;;rescntat?v e in Congre**.
Slate Senator.
Member of \ssembl?.
In addition to the above iherc are
in he voted lor in New York and
Itronr, ?-oiintie*. t?vo .Insures of the
Supreme Court and i??o Justi.es of
th.- Citj Cmirl.
In (?uc.ns a District attorney.
In Kit-hmond a ( ?Mat) < lerk.
\ Justice of the Municipal Court
in 2d District. \e?v York County.
BETTING ODDS
ALL ON WHITMAN
Otytifl Money Scarce in Wall
Street Gerard Picked t?>
Win Senatorship.
k flood of Whitmao money appeared
in the flnan? isl diatri. , and
? ere mad? on the Republican cau
ron 10 ?'? '.'
to 7. The Ian e*l I?. I msde I
to $700, while
?e .-m' others were recorded at smounta
up to |. Glyaa ?sill carry
Brook. | .-? at even money.
tccord n| to Fred Sehumm, a Buffalo
politician i'?" $500 t.? $42? on Whitman
and left $2,000 to b? pieced ut the
sumo or better odds. In all, SbOUt $10,
i st Schumm'a
1 sf? on th. andidstea, uhie!.
? i by t'ne Wull
Street b< f ing ner on the
?
?,50,000.
11 . ? Produ? e Ex? hange one of 'lie
membi
thai G I '-nil v, ill carry uil five
great. le York. In
.... ? ? begging
that Ambaaaador <?? rard ??..ul.l arin the
United Stat? ienatoi bip.
POISON WHISKEY
KILLS FOURTEEN
More Deaths Expected in
Yermenl "Dry" Town
Druggist a Prisoner.
Burlington, Vt, Nov. -'- With the
death of fourteen i id? nti of thai and
? ring town . sad more apparent?
ly fatally ' ? little village oi
I about thirty mile."
from here, la plunged into great
eitement ??-?
Ail the deethi ere attributed ??
? mi.? whiskey purehaeed at the
atore of \n. D. A. Bi ihee,
placed under arrest lest night
Bristol, i irrounding
? i be "dt >,'' and
no iiqiin:- . illy,
' the : ;i.
to ley in a supply of whiskey for Bun?
:.; g -i:. SundS) -
t'rem Bifbe. ' i di i| ire '?? hlch o
work on this OCCS
The fti it i
O'Briei
Bristol, ? "? i ? ? uddenly 111
day n. ? ed s few
Du| ew 1
-: ? ??? W
? ?
poiae Ul I that '
purcl
:
?
State 1 ah Hygiene,
i ,.i n tut - - - the
ed
? the ]
' pel ' nriii .r.
reporta oi other death eeme
? ? ? ? . ? ?! ? In rame evident
? . - |
tete arei und? i way.
iftei .lii-ii' : l'i!
? !
t i pei
,
... -?mu
ncr?
VESUVIUS PERIL GROWS
Volcano Spouting Lava Con?
tinually Village in Danger.
i
- . ontinuei
. east ..
i... . . .. t Pus.
?
-
loui \esuvi
.
. ,i m, Sui
,,:. and -? ' ? ? ?so
?. repetil en
ered.
FAIR AND COOLER TO-DAY
Weather Likely To Do All it
Can to Aid Republicans.
"Republican west ? '?
; ght th?
top
. . rith the n
?nice st M? H
-,. ? i i.i-i ?a m : '
tioi Day, fa
.. or
oud), wee
But j i
. i'nr from .;
with a tang ol ?rost is Un
la ? -.. re I
- ibl .'i
.... ep So ?"'.-. ?-.ii'.-?
W. ROCKEFELLER
AND 20 OTHERS
ARE INDICTE1
Bi? Financiers Accused ol
Monopoly in New Haven
by U. S. Grand Jury.
ELECTION EVE PLAY,
ONE VICTIM ASSERTS
Three Plead Not Guilty;
Bail S-i.OOO?More Indict
menta Intimated.
rwenty-onc director? and officials oi
the x.iw Have i, paal and press?t, arar?
?adietad by ths I sited States grand
ft ?? -i-iliiv on charges af violatini
the Bhenaan law. The peaalty, if eoa*
? uted, is on?- rear in ;n?l ?r a
F-,000, o, both, at I be dl ? i-.-tion of th
eoart.
of the twanty-eao bol three Georg?
l'. Baher, Charlas M. Pratt ?ml Lewii
Ladyard appeared baiera Judg?
Foster tu plead, and each was held ir,
16,000, and three weeks' time was
granted in ?hieb te chango 'he plea
and demur to the Indictment.
George Haeeulloch Miller, a
ty-twe yean old. appeared ?a the
on "f his son. Hoffman Miller, amo
on explainii g to the co ;. tl
iathei -; quite 111, arranged foi the
elder Millet te furnish sni I
appearing a' this time.
William Rockefeller, ? ho is under?
itood to be :?? '??>'..'. Island, was not
?a eoart or represen ??il s?, eounsel.
?lohn M. I aid errangen
woii?ii Ik? made to furnish bonds. He
?a ill plead i i reo i by his
client should not be compelled to ap?
pear la per on.
To-morrow the o-.brr defendant
live in Connecticut1 :>re expected to nn
pear an i plead, as are saeb ethers who
may be within convenient dis u
\i??v Vor'... By Friday ?ii ar?' expected
? i make their appa irs
Vine Mai\e. Sa?.* Miller.
S'one of the oi their
?I. < ?cept IIoiTnian Miller, had
thing i-? saj for publication, Lewis
Ceas Ledyard overruling the lawyers
who thought If adviaabls la say some
I thing at this . n;>'. Mr. Miller, how
'?"i. was not averse to speaking bia
'nin.i.
"Tn-ninrr? ??, " said he, 'vi? elerf a
Congress*. It is damnable ??> stage
1hi?? thin-( ?it this lime tur it? paaslble
erica I upon the t?lar-?-i a>r-t to-miirram.
These Indict meals ?aere agreed apea
mure than it week a?*?\ ??hen Ihe grand
jur? Inrle %Ir. Osborne, the -pe. iai
priiteculair, gaadby. They caiiilil ha?e
beta retamed then.
"Instead. Ihe busine??? af the framl
jury -is aiiiimrneil to \\ ashinjrton.
??here Ihe indiaimenls were .li-< iilnl
upon, anal t?i-day. the e?e a?f election,
was picked as ihe lime to spring the
mine on the ?hani'e thai the headlines
Una kefella-r Inilia'teal" may make ?otes.
"The whole procaodtag i- ?mlrageons.
"The?" ifldictments go baa
than twenty .?ear?. Who wa:-.
tan fears a?*o v.'no thoaghl .'?>i
a moment that the Sherman la'
? d to ? did cover such '
In his office? In BoBtofl Ho i ird
BW Hevea,
to be exenaod from comment-.
In| on '.!" action of the grand ::.rv on
the ground that common! by bim would
. it oi 'i ?" ? ?? 'in- nme.
: ..-,?i jury, as b -,ir?-' ?oui ar?
Build
i . aing. The
i irelj ?"! mai, : i.?- indiel
having boon agn ???! ripai
:,!??? Il ? tab 'ii" repreaentat
? ,. ii.p;, ? ment of Jusi i. ? ?ame
.,, ...,
v. bicb b meai nger wa ? t to ludge
who was pi-"-:.lirii, .
: . .? boo! rand -" trial, to ask ' ??
? . re the .... ' ?. poi t. He
... diata declared . ? .
? I in.
Di i axe Haa W at. h dur?.
"Colonel Bill" Barth
? i up
ad
.
bead ? '" n ??:
John I' i Innoble,
? ?
Frank
i 1-. M. Bette, im ?*i?I ,
-. general, and As
. ? ? ? Mtori ey R W. St? ?
Betwea them
I it thi
,.f them BS ?null! lie reached
- BOUrt ..' 2 O'clock, and
.?."ter th?- court lia.i thanked an i
rraad u thi book ti .:
proceeded.
?leant i : he ?.????..-???i - mart but
? ? rorat
1
... .. ed in th?
... ! ? I ..- Led} ard .
? Pratl and the : eoun?
m?, Mr. Lind ? Fe G. Milburn
Edmund I i
rh? boob
- . ai neloaure a ere more
.portai I pi
on "court" wai announced '
rk William Loarj called: i
??i.ft ! Babor t.? the bar."
? 'How .!?> ITOU plead !? thi? :::dict
? '
"Not pruilty." said the baaher n a i
t
??[i., jrou ??..? e thi in- .
the clerk, ;
? it.
Ihree Week* ?<? < hange I'lea?.
i
;. ???-:. promptly
affirm?t i ? I then <
i called far. Kor bim '
. ? ? t guilt
". Ledyard followed sail Mr. Liad. ?
it thi pi.'?.- be noted ? ith
hi* reaervetion thai the def?radaata '
in^-hr withdraw Ihom later and lie
? o-tiuu'-d ??a l'as? J. lolumn 1 I
TURKS APOLOGIZE; ALLIES
INSIST SHIPS BE INTERNED
AND ARMY DEMOBILIZED
ENGLAND DECLARES
NORTH SEA CLOSED
Uns Action Taken as Reply to Laying of Mines
by the German* in the Waters North
of Ireland.
Londu No, -?rhe entire North Sei .1 dared 1 military
rei uiivi merchant vessels entet . will be exposed to the graves! dancer
from the mines, which It hi ind from the warships
which are searching vigilantl) I .1 b; .t.i ?01 suspicious craft.
1 :i action has 1 to the laying ol mines b) Ihc
Germans In Ihi waters north oi Ireland.
1 be ' '\i. tar) ol the Admit ilty tu . .. ? ?
.lient <?t the virtual closing ?>t the North Sea to traffic:
"During the last week the G 1 have scattered m I trim?
ttely ?:: ' le ?Ten '-ea. on the main from America to Liverpool
.1 th ? N01 .ii oi Ireland.
"Peaceful nerehaat .-hip? have .-' ? - -
ready been blown up. with losi of l?fe,|eaped din iure coo.l hick, sud
b| thii agency. .:,V(.U b ?
"The White Star llrtcr Olympic M erulacri Othei British atnl neutral
? mil innr-rl i?i pi.gr> .'. ralBBBS I
GERMANS BEATEN
BACK ALONG YSER
All Attempts to Break Through Lines of Allies Br
tween Ni?etiport and Dixmude Repulsed with
Heavy Sacrifices to Invaders.
ris, Nov. J The batt proceeds, I-;;: less ercelj le pic?
turesque windmills of that t?o Igium neai I
is .-rill occupied by the Germans. Night nfter night, da) after d
and conntei ith a hardy bravery h>
?
ririees made b Germa
?ill ih-- invi that thej are en
uals their own hardihood. When?
ever tlie Allies y at any poin in the field they have re
they maintain
their position.
The Alii? ?ha? leven miles
ei ? ..' \ pre 1 mit of which tl
?. man)
11 r-. according I.ficen arriving from the .
-Vtnsterdam, Holland. Not indent
- ., ...I!.iw -
" Ml ' ir rman attei pt hrougl
1 N ieupoi ? nd Dixi il the great
riiic? s r Germans hat not *u eded md on th
bank of the canal.
1 "Communication with Ost terrupt Per?
mit - t ? leave BrUf
and th.- Gi?rman marine band gives daily rts in tl rket ?
German loldiers, tired "i the to cross the frontier
S|uj| ?n lai ? 1. rhe) d? 1 la? that ii is no 1 tion 01
??'
A dispatch to 1
' ??? nd and Roulei ? rmans.
? ? .- at? h idds, "tha th? \"?
"
Germ
" V '
and mu
?
'HOLY WAR' LITTLE
FEARED IN LONDO?
English .?'id America!
Missionaries Believed
Safe in Turkey.
.
in m -
liooary eireles ?a Loa
little sp| ? ?
been BBti-Christiai risings ia Turfcej
?.- -ii ?'?? Amei ?? u
?
fered anything save great i
? ?
?
German?' E .
aissiei
'rom 'i'-..?ike-. ? " s i from
? her.' the
in em?
- doi ?
Ont of a
irce m Pali
? ?
n the Ho!
or 'm
?ammer fui long
.
sw mont
- ? i Egj pt. Aa eai ta Tiber
-ociety au
boi sd .b'i ageal i" proaceod from
.'airo t
liai arica a I to make ar
aageau ? jrr-..
?
?smmoi
pted. aad for s longer pi
han ? ?
.
?
can ?
thor part - Isis
rom 'rie I , ? .Mon,
mi ? ,
I
inga
nal inaronveniei
mport?d Banca? Panatela
asa Mece ?---1 Uent thai .? :?t. ?
ALLIES' BAYONETS
GAIN RAILROAD
Ranis.ape!le Taken with
Los?- -5,000 Dead and
Wounded on Field.
ured,
? '. ?
. ?
he allied CBUSS. .?.long the ?or.'
'
??ii -.. ? ira
-
?
ine from Mi? iport to I
go tl I
?iftns were
iblishi
? ? ? :o-j
he V - .. shesid s '
?
r, a?
?
ent,
? r.ir. ?
The ?
rom Ost
? ? ?
S ?..on than i
he WOUI
|
I?..
this: On th?
? ?
Li Ilie < - . :
?
m? are eorreet, there '
Germai ? pi ? :
?
'i* Tribuna to-i
1
i
.1' A ' '||
SUBLIME PORTE FAILS
TO SATISFY DEMANDS
I MADE BY THE ALLIES
Powers Will Require Dismissal of Herman
Officers and Putting Turkish Fleet
?j Out of Commission.
.TURKS FIGHT RUSSIANS ON BORDER
ligypt Placed Under Martial Law?Constantinople
Believes Terms Triple Entente Will Propose
Will Be Rejected and That
War Is Inevitable.
Vienna, via Amsterdam to London, Nov. 3.?The following
official announcement was made public here to-day:
"On the Russian-Turkish frontier near Trebizond battle? have
commenced between Russian and Turkish troop?."
London, Nov. 2.?The Grand Vizier of Turkey has apolo?
gized on behalf of his government for the warlike operations of
the Turkish fleet under German commanders in the Black Sea, but
it was stated authoritatively this evening that the Porte will have
to go very much further than this before the powers of the Triple
Entente will agree to resume friendly relations with the Ottoman
government.
It was disclosed in a statement issued by the French govern?
ment this evening that Turkey, in reply to a note presented by
Russia, France and England on Friday last, agreed to recall her
fleet from the Black Sea, but refused to dismiss the German officers
from her ships, and that, as it was believed she could not maintain
a passive attitude without doing this, the ambassadors of the En?
tente powers demanded their passports and left Turkey.
There is every reason to believe that, despite the apology of
?he Grand Vhsier?which, it is understood, comes from the pet.ee
party in the Turkish Cabinet and may not be adhered to by Enver
Pacha, the Minister of War, and his Young Turk followers?
France, Russia and Great Britain not only will demand reparation
for the warlike operations of the Turkish fleet in the Black Sea, but
will insist that Turkey's entire fleet, or at any rate the cruisers
Goeben, Breslou and Hamidieh, be put out of commission until
after the war, Turkey's security being guaranteed in the meantime.
This v/ould give Russia such superiority in ihe Black Sea that
there would be no danger of Turkish raids. It is suggested also
that demobilization of the Turkish army would be demanded,
which would mean that those troops which have crossed the
Egyptian frontier must be withdrawn.
However, as the terms of Turkey's apology, which appar?
ently was made in London, have not been published and must be
considered by the Entente powers before the apology is accepted
or refused, there seems to be a long way to go before diplomatii
relations between the Ottoman government and the Allies can be
resumed.
OWN HOWITZER
KILLS 250 GERMANS
rum Blows Up. Causing Dread?
ful Havoc and HHgfiag
\U Own (ira\o.
Thi Imp?
me of I te i- ??? :'
gun? employed on the Gorman
?? ot ici da ?
? smong t;-.
..... . snd
? ? ? ? ? .
to i
...
i for the i
gun
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I UJ
il m.
ZEPPELINS NOT
YET BOMBPROOF
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? ? ...-. ba SI b) wit ? .
pi
CARNEGIE STATUE
PELTED BY CROWD
2 \ dispatch 'r<?m ,
? and, a)
?
iccaus? "i i?
tad h ?
I.? m. m?.el When >?iu ??it?* alai not
iei{ie. i ii.?- eaaaatltatioaal ballot. n*e
oaatitatloa la ?hailed only r?, i?
????ni? ?ear??. Ihe < haraater of ihe'
nen ?ho are 1.? da it tin? timr i?. ini- '
?orUnt. I? re-Is with the ?oler?, loda?
In added d?rnc
?
?
?
ria, which h.??l I?
common
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\ rom laie
? .. ?. i lia i
. tsadors to
-?. |
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n h hi
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ratio
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G ?
'? sear the
.
? k' m G? the i rowd
I far th?
patch h?s
prevalent in |
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bs
if in ind
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he opinion
ett
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A dispatch to
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