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ALL MERCHANDISE
ADVERTISED IN THE
TRIBUNE IS GUARANTEED
Vol. LXX1X No. 2(>,()50
?( iip>rml.t. 11)11).
Se? \,.iK Irllniiie in.-.|
First to Last
? the Truth: News_- Editorials Advertisements
Monday, \o\i;mj?i:i? .;, 1.01'?) * *"* ?
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Smith Averts
Milk Drivers
Strike Here
Governor Faces }5,()00An
gry Men Intent on Walk?
out; Wins Them Vi It 11
Pledge of Square Heal
Hurrah f or AUThej
\ r 1 3 I HP! A ,
? v ,L ami ? hen \ ote
Accept V-* age Compromise
Aft? r ?tiotous Meeting
That Keeps Police Busy
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? ? ? men to
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... to i himself hvai
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uppi . : ? : '.. in tin mi
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11t (?oveinor's Vppeal
? thai I know 11 - ??
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the II : ?>? ? A. a
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nci ?? ulRi'i' hi
in mai
lia' ?
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il tribu
Tamilianv Is
Fear?ii 3 for
Un ter m ver
a
Leaders Report to Murphv
H?1 Y? ill i iiiish Last in
Supreme Court Race;
Optimisiic Ahou? BoyJe
Vlajor lai (hiiwuin's
! 1,000 Lead for Moran in
Manhattan and Bronx
Might Not Elect Him
i iiman; : ? res, coi ;? ' d by
A ? ?? i.!;, di i riel leaders a nd lit? mie?!
fi r the ry? ? of Cliarb ? F
; dl i bench mer . coiice le
? i ' I : - ?i Uni erinyc r, ca " didat?
e ? 'ourt .lu ?tice, and give
Ko I, Moran, Tarimany ca? lidati
pr? dent of the Board of \tder
? ? . .; plu ralit . ol only 10,000 or It,
in '..:'?.? tan nnd The Bronx.
'?:.:. rum .- :. the enti.n i
? i ? u ': . election of M'a.ioi
i (I. La Guardii M? R? publican
. ? loncnt, i i ?? ? certainty, provided
yi ;. good th?' promise?! lie
can plui ' .. which, it i - pre
b? ?'::?' ncigl be . ' oo?j oJ
fa mil ny I are? ?;;r, e ev? ry ii -
; of ? he pos.- bilii > of m Itepub
? . : ? ? m row. Several As
disti icts in Mai I attan now
irt'scntcd Mbanj by I lenioc ra '
rdii ['ammany ; trie'
??: -. g ? Re] ubl?can. fwo -'? ' Sir.
? is, the -ith and Kth, : ho liglli e ?
- : ... socialist. Ii. t he-,. ?1?
t'iK'i i.'".,?'? d . fu i?
two ? ' nan ' pa >: ?
! itcrmyer Last, Is (?ucss
: ?? !' ???...'. figure.-? i ' only c?
? ? defeal o) ,oung M Unter
myer, who wj .? eked bj M i. Murphy
I ? ?nui i efu ;cd i eno
i ion to Supre no ' 'ourt I u ;1 ice N? v. ?
bu.? r, bul have h ? ni ru r n ''e. la -',
i ?? ol th? 1 ammany di-!n<"
how: the candidates for tho
... >uprei Courl caca m i i ; i i .r
? ?- rder:
ger, Republican, firs!
Luce, ! h mo? ra!. second.
'?'. Cook, Rep : can, third,
l'nitrm er, I lemoc ra '. fou ' '
poi also si ???? ! i ??? two l'an.
uia n y ? mdi il ut c? foi the ' ity Courl
Roil!; A'endell will lose. The
imal of the Tarn ma ny leaders
. oulil ' licatc tin re? ection ol J udg?
I hard H. Smith, who also "...
tun ? ??l .in'.1 n b\ M r. Murphj for r? ?
ntion, and the elect ion of Jo: epl
ghai ; <. rme r ! "emoi ral ic minori
Ii? \s< ombly. The race for
the third plac on the ' ickel appea: s
c osc between Henry K. 1>;>yi- and \\
i un (I. Choi. -'n. Republicans.
Itxv Ir- ligure?! to W in
i . ? : rs the pre ?idencj ol
Miinhai ten !'? i ough to Kdward V.
;?<>\ le. tile imany ud i te, by a
between 1,000 and 2,000.
il opp ? i ' Henry H. Currai R
Ihesi iguri a re now a week old.
i . Tamnian.v, leadei in conimei inc.
?. Ihem i -'. nigl I : I i y were
th? row bel \\ oei Governoi
th ai d \\ : am Rai dolph Hearst,
... .i not at i ? s peak when I i ?
? mati'? N1.'. re made, would help T. i i
i A* Repul licai leaders do no( - t*e
?iuarri'l between two I leniocrats, '
iid ?teurst, can help I he 1 temo
rat i? ! cke Xevcrthi I? --*, Tammany .
A endeavoring: to make capital out
Irving to make it appear t hat
? - .? issues of the election are not an un
o ed jud icia ry a nd a m inoi : i y repre
?????? ? the Hoard of lAt imate, bul
bi'tweei i u\ e rnoi Smit h and
??
I : ?'? : aa. c : '?? managers are n"t at all
ei ? outlook, 'i iiey ad
. ???!'. i,-, ri his draft
helped mat -
'lit ? ? candidate':; ' eadquar
? , ,;?,.,. ? ?,';?.
: a l'r Se aatu < James
..'.'. ale foi Su ' i "?.'.a ' ? . Fo
: .'' ??' ! a .?-.? " moiiej
; ? ' ? . la l'y est i umb? r of
: \ r ..? lidate in Manhattan
: I James O'.Maliey,
il
l*'i>i ef time yc I c rdaj ; he hcad
?? : ? ? * Uagisi rate ? unan, candi
te for l'r? d? ut of Manhattan, took
appearance of a masa meeting
- win . -, eran s when sin' y for?
mer ol?icei and men of the 77th Divi
? ? . ?>' " .''-.- under Curran in
?ice, ten hii
t urran Fought in \rgonnc
? *? *'? ?: - a a ii a.:aa in : he world
i ' [il ? I i .?? ! I \ a ' ; a il ion
bal oi ih? \ a .
Ar; And a ter Majoi Cur
comrade-? a u m s had
' ese two battles and ? fe\*
o1 : again the \ - it ora left,
? ... their support on Election Pay.
\ a !i tin campaign is about over,
ans are iool ?iir aa\ iously to
I ron . where I he organi/.at ion was
recently taken over b\ Richard W,
' iwreuce after the Republicans ousted
Kr.ewit 1 a *a ) ence, wh ile not
tyro pi tics, is a business man,
a . ?' a teceed i cutting
111 . ? ' . ? .:??;. ; a' -
i 15ron: h? may
. - o?' the Aa fa :toi
uria! ? ect ion. While
took hold ? : ??? : ime \*. hen
.tion' : : tancy had sunk
,, .. . ebb, il believed he will pu:
m -.A force into the machine to make
showing.
rhe situation in Brooklyn, according
to the Republican leaders, is excellent.
( 'ontinued on page- four
S? Doesn't Matter Whose Dot? If Is?Thai's One
Hace ?le Can't Slay
U. S. Squelcher
lui kr Sa Srs of
Armv Supplies
?5 S
Cap?. ?Y?riHMi Compels Mer?
chants to !\emo\<- Signs
Falsely Idveriismg Quar?
termaster Store Goods
Fake -ale ; of army mr* ipplii
are being staged in vario is - eel i
' te ???':.?.???t- d A the : ic :? . : a
; 'liding tin ,alc of bona I de arm ,*
goods ni i he ? flicial United Stati
army r? tail store at : j. \Y< a Xine
teenth Street. Captain Jaffrej I'et? r
son, in command of the store, an
nounced yesterday that he has launched
a spirited campaign against the fradu
lent dealers, many ol tvhom , : ... . a
i *oii- than 100 per cent profit.
Captain Peterson ha.- found thirtj of
these .stores and ?a each instance has
compelled tin- proprietor :" remove '. ?
sign advertising army goods, l?c a!- ?
has force.1 othei dealers to nltci news
I aper advert ?s?ment - ivhicl off? re :
army goods, A st.,if , f men trained in
the army ?til llig nc.r\ ice ai i\ 11 i-.
ing under Captain Peterson
ei usade.
rst ;!.ii: aa * c.i - ?? > ? a ? ?on
\ . - di -cu\ ered A Captaii Petei on
the pu ' :' u nierchai i'ho : . i takei
a store u? * i ? he army's, in West N i e
teenth Street This dealer had adver
accori - ? to Captain I'eterson, a
"full line of a rmy v..i? -_A ,"
Forced to Remove Sign
"We thoroughly investiga! .
nan," Captain Peterson said, ''We
found that, although In- was selling
-hin-.-, -oiks, underwear and other ap
parel, the only articles purchased 'rom
the army ,v i re a few jei ri : n .
*-\\.- forced him to take down his
; ? last Sa : rda\ mon - .. ei
; a painting COI I .a;!.;, v. :. ?.
? .. : a . a the! a'.fail
read: 'Arm: ..- : N'a\ ?, - iP a-j
i hand : ii ! Coi pti ny.' ! .at er w? fou
this sami - ?? ?' su pended ovei i
on W est Fourtc? ni h St reel. wh? i ??
hoots and -la.-a- were being offered as
surplus army supplies. Here again we
forced the dealer to remove A.- false
inducement."
The thorough investigation by mili?
tary intelligence men of the deah n? - *
to the army's store developed that ;
had purchased a bill of go ids from an
Orchard Street jobber in old clothes.
Four dozen socks, seconds, purchased
... , ,'??? - - a dozen, \\ere being sold ' r
... ct n* - a pail Cot to ; ;. ? o?l -
?ng Ml. Ai do? , wer. bi ng sold a
S : i ai Aoo a derwear, b? ight
? : $K1.4'n a doz? u, wi i being old at
$1, y a garment.
All Are Making .Money
Another man, who had been in part?
nership with the owner of the star?'
next to the army's, opened a place di
I Continued on page eight
British City Elections
I I riii m pli for Lahor
.21 ;i)? .. N'ov. n ? bulk '??'
. muni? i elections
for : ? ??? ., com i in t ? prnvin>
? ; ... council Londo
nol In ?. ? ? until M ondaj.
i : n ? ?? inounccd, 1
?nil ica ? ?? a g real Labor trim p!
Labor ucees arc e?jun y
riking in Londoi ind tin ?>ro\ ?
i arc largely a ! I he ex
pen ? ? o? the i 'rogi i .- ; ? i -.
Rockefeller dren
$10,000,000 More
..' 00 n m-' to ; he Rock . i ? -'
? itc for Medical Re - ar? I , ice lii .?
to ai in non ? me nl niadi yesterda;
?:? the of! ci of I hu Instil uto, \venuo
A and '/if' ?? fi .; Si reel L'hia is ! y
far the i rg ?? .. le gif I Mr '
fc llci has mad? ' ? the institu >n,
thouj previou ? "? - had brougl : i '
, ? low '..??? ? lo ueai lj ?20,0 ',000.
\V1 I? ; . ? ? ous gifts .;? liera : '?? y ha\ e
be? n for ? p< cific purpo? th? latest,
' was said yestei daj , ?vu ? pre leu I d
? ? ' m e e I growing need? in
of n earch, to make the
? findings .. ? ' r i
?iff ol entisl lal
medic; p r a c I
; ncoi ? announced, wili
: ?. ? - ' . ? lines of re
?a re h in biology, chemi trj an?!
. .-. II Well H tO ? ' ? '?
ii]i-i ad y in jirogri ferenc
? ? . n , animals
fin . . ? ?ff of the institute
numbers sixt*i fi\ e I n add I on
ol0 persons ar,. employed in tec! >
and general service. The local activi?
ties are centered in the great
laboral oi ies and hospital on the blui?
overlooking tho East River, between
Hast Sixty-fourth and Sixty-sixth
. ' : tS,
The institute has a large farm near
Pi nceton, N. J., where it maintaii
department of animi? path iigy, Tho
itories an?l various ace?
hu . ? . ? " . : ? ted to ri
?' ?-.- nil fective
ethod foi ' y ntion and cure,
m wo! as tu ; I ?? si udj of i bear : g
:' ., limal .1.. i ases i.;? ?n the health
ind economic inter? sts ? I mai .
Four Firemen Overcome
By Fumes From Rubber
i apt ain James Shaw and tl fee iire
mi ;. pli ngi I ?? ? ter lay nto the
-:? i ke e :;;:?? -. I he basenn t of a
bin ng garage ai I IT- t' r'th X i i ue
. . tires .ven stored V\ ; 'l
.... , heard from th 'm foi
v. era ? inutes other lir? men went
aft? r tin :n md fo ... ' ?
scious on ? he floor fron the fumes
of the burning rubb? r.
Captain Shaw. William P. McGuire
?and Charles Kail wen- sen', to Harlem
Hospital. Their condition is critical.
I James Foster, the other fireman, was
revived and went back to the engine
house. ._
vlarliitie (?tins
R o u i Rioters
lu Alexandria
Many Casualties Reported
?ler Mobs Plunder t n
hindered for an Hour
and Escape Willi Booty
? AIR! I, l?gvp!, Oct. "1 H? *] h \
i . ited Pr?s ? i i IH'la; ed ! a re iva
fu i '? lier i iot ?ng und loi \
n-day, V mob, unhindered, i
dered vari . lio? i hou
? ??.-.. ped with tin - a y.
A number of the leading citizei
Al-exandria had pr? . ? 01 * ? ? Go\
I i '- thdraw the police i.nd
pro rig there i?. ould be
neither demonstrations noi ? sordri
Xeverthele . a procession ol sti
?ng carl men, ara ? everal
thou and natives, n irchi : it nooi to
ropeai [uarter, ttei : a S'ation
11. ? ara- ;.
.rd? ? - ? luddei
'.y an army ambulance dash? : int ? the
: ? in, killing one person a. :
?uring five There.i the demonstru
broke : plundered
??' -1 ; ai hour and fled with
? booty. Ara- ual ly m dei ?.. a- ;
nred by the citizen Thi troops and
s did : ' interfere.
..... .. rders ?i i i ? rt
- the towi which were ai ? ? I
!a A!" 'A \ ? . : \ il : ltd ? ? ? ? .
? a-- Teli g rap fron Cairo says
i ? A a : ? . were di.-i
persed by tl ? use of mach no | Ulf and
he i wen n ny i i ties
R . il .; und othci a. oi ? havi
b? en freiiuent in 1 !gy pi for the last
ycai In July 800 native were killed
aal 1 ,G00 wounded ; a disturba
: here, and 3D n ath i -' ???? ere pul '.. dealI .
entenc? ; to e imprisoi nenl aaa
a ??.??? ? ...,?'. 2,000 ?mpi *oned ;''.r shorl er
. foi their pari a the ipi
Vbo IU0 ' y \ : ami other f o i
wero 1 lor
street! oi
! : M; rch ouibr * airo and
Tant y i ted il I he ! 'a ol Pi
and tin ?? ' ' ? .hen Brit
?| troops lired i n n obs
N'ati il -* aj: ?tatioi orted by
iliei influ? ne? , has beei reported
the cause i :" I h? d -.a ders. The : a
? nal -' -a la ai complete a iton n y
?'..i- ?gy pt, leaving Great Britain i n y
the r : a: t. *. of - ipervi -siori of * : ? pub ?c
debt and of si pp K ii tl ?? Sue; I anal.
i a, yi .-. ? ?.?.- ? .-. ?;. ow? d tl ?? de
..... tation to Malta by the Brit ish |
,? rnment of I c pi ncipal tl
11 Killet!, Muiij Injured
In Denmark Train \\ reek
?'? iPENHAGEX, Nov. 2. Fort; i
p< rsons wi re killed and a large n im
ber injured in a collision between an
expr? ?s tra n and another train Satur
. day night at Vigerslev. Five of the
? six coaches of the express train roiled
down an embankment after the colli?
sion.
Labor Votes
Strike in All
Pennsylvania
at
Mi-le Federation Orders
General Tie-l p i'nh>->
(Governor and Palmer
C n r b Police Officials
\\ orkt-Ts I r^rd to
l ise *Kvrr\ \\ raposf
Call for Walk-Out To \u
Preceded by Vppeals
for "Free Vssemblapre*"
B) (Theodore M. Knappen
I ! n SBl KGH, Nov. : II .
? ... ,.... | ? ?] ,?? .
m? ni il : ov ? ? : re ? . ?
i ?";.-? i ' ? ' nia
... , ? .
.'..??;''., ' ?
e <
t r i k e t o e i
.'..': I
! . ? . ...
? .. gene ra . tnki
Pre- ib ; ' Jai IL M
"Get ready for t . en.? ' ? ..?
- ?? of all, mid when . to tigi:!
? . ? ? ? .: .'.-??
I ? ' ' ? ? . .; ' ?
? and re? ?? i I mil nM tal i
h o 1 d 1 i f e m o s t d o a r, I I r o I
?rive it. til) ii truggli ? ' : ? ?? '??. ? oui
American contii toi ?
r; I " ' .? rdei en tu
out, ? ' ck. i' will be bettei or l
ate to go do : it! i ' ' ??.
han to ? nia n ua she
Plie ?uanc ? I ? i
grow ... : " a?'. ' ', ' ' ' . . '
labor's contcntioi I ? idn i >tni
tive an : pol ice iiowers of the it .. i
Vppeals Art- Planned
nge a
inici?is roi ipeii '
Sproi:! i'liit?
Palmer, and r* thai
' .
?hi - ? .:. -a. ,
I - ?
[aboi ; thai tlie ri|
nr ? bei ig (run
tee |
? p r e .-* s r i g h i
nd that
-
result cif u ! ?pu
part ?.- - , .
??
(?enernl Strike Resolutinr
.
I: . ? ' ? ; ?
late Federation of La
? ?, \ ? . a - ? I '
Id day o f .' lull?
hereby pet i lio I.,,.-..
Sprou i - . ? ! '?
i Ati !? - ? '.-?-,
dite eil Palmei In* 1
"First, That *? ;
tu restai to th? ;.
?? ? ? ?? ;.
eiiib |
a. ,a,i (I, That *'??:?? f tl
monwealth be
it -. .? autoi ru? :? i ? :
sha cea . and thai ? ? '"
? .. : perform then
fori . - . . '
? A
n e i
u
Legislatur?' the pu .
tu I?SIOI
ftnsyl- nd t'i ii
peachment. I
?
; t y o f v i o ! a t. i n
oaths f office; ihn
"Resolved i ' ? ..
pi ? . ?
xpect ? ? ' ma thai
?
oui ir i i va need ?nd ni| . ?*i(
... i w f u 1, r e a s o n a . ? . ? -, ? .
? iona i demand . and fa
part to do so
is to mea
itinued to I
ent wi 11 ! have i
e than to u .
to' compel
liberi
"Ri solved, To thai
?. ??'.'
: ylvania Federal l.aboi
. ? a cal. ? ? r a tate-wid ?
.....
com] r? ipect for ? .v and the
res to rat i i of b rty ira I
y the Constituai) of th?
States and of ' ? ? ' ? ' ? ? : !'??
vania
I lr~t Decisi.if Kim!
the first time in th?
I States that a n '
..?.?''
? '
?
portuu * represen! I.
mioi ts, only i
genera I stril r? :
* them, Frai eis F e? han s a stat?
The raiiway brotherhoods, although not
affil ited with the American Federation
Continued on nest page
Former t nion tlfjic'utl
Stttmls hx Corcrnmcttt
m
: ? ? i -
?
Plumb Plan Is
l1 or sa km for
2A ear i iontrol
iJrulhi 'l'iiiHiil-, I ? ?n-r-n-inu
llff'-at ? ? I Op?ration i*\
S':njtl?:\ <?<?-. iiaek \I ? ? \ i
h? (lonlinm* l'ederal (?riji
? I ? r ? I
? I ?? (jo*, i
a ?
cirtua
rol
\
? et? ? ? a ?
'
I
?
?
riie I
?
?
bad iboi
I ?brrt) hquui ?? al Ni v
hormaln Vi.n?*?! Im V\ i i ?>? > i
. ?
the square, whei
tjpeech.
Only l ilion
\Scu Out: VI!
Others Work
"Hark It? .'!:? !\|?nr?" ll< ?
i^ir.i I- i oukt'tl i ?>r
ii Vjjilators \vt K? pi
\\v .t\ i rom W orl\< r
"Rcasoiialil-t* Vu\"
?Pln?iictl !?' Slone
Industrial i onnni?*?ion >??
Settle \l! DiliereiHT?.
Vd*? oeuted I>\ I ngim ? r
i
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